HITC Sport writer Rana Malook caught up with West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle at the launch of his academy in London.
South Sydney Rabittohs, one of only two foundation clubs still playing in the National Rugby League have always been a club with a story attached to them.
The Lions against the Barbarians game should have displayed all that is good about international invitational rugby, but it only served to see the disparities that have appeared between these two iconic sides.
Any ideas that England might be favourites to win the Champions Trophy on their own territory have been placed firmly in perspective by the performances against New Zealand over the weekend.
Novak Djokovic is carrying the sort of emotional baggage into the second week of the French Open that might defeat a lesser individual and which could yet lift him to his first title in Paris.
In many ways England are back where it all started. Looming on Saturday week is a huge game against Wales at Twickenham, a fixture laden with faint apprehension and rich possibility.
The Olympic champion Ian Thorpe has said he would have come out earlier if he’d had more time to become comfortable with his sexuality.
Andy Murray smiles coyly when he declares he would love to win all the remaining 2016 slams, defend his Olympic gold medal and, with his Great Britain team-mates, retain the Davis Cup they won on such on a wave of emotion in Ghent last year.