The possibility of Jonny Wilkinson joining next month's British and Irish Lions tour of Australia is still alive after the fly-half indicated he would "happily" fly out as a replacement if required.
The 14-year-old Chinese golfer Guan Tianlang will play in the Memorial Tournament next week, it was announced on Monday.
Darren Barker will get the world title shot he desperately craves after Matchroom Boxing announced he will fight Australian Darren Geale for the IBF Middleweight Belt on August 17th.
It always seemed likely this was going to be one of those Stuart Broad days from the moment, five overs into New Zealand's invertebrate second innings, that Hamish Rutherford's off stump was uprooted and sent spinning back in the direction of the pavilion like a dying catherine wheel.
If Roger Federer's collapse against Rafael Nadal in the Rome Masters on Sunday was to be the last time they meet in a final, it should not sour the memory of the 19 that went before.
It has become a familiar refrain but Gary Player's favourite one-liner sprang to mind as Jonny Wilkinson hoisted the most personally-satisfying trophy of his life on Saturday, the 2003 Rugby World Cup included.
As Joe Root bats out a solid 71 on a difficult Lords track Amit Acharya looks at his potential to become an all-time great.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has retired from the Giro d’Italia after completing 12 stages of the 21.
Sir Ian Botham is confident that Jimmy Anderson will surpass him as England's leading Test wicket-taker after the Lancastrian became the fourth member of an exclusive 300 club here.
Mo Farah was bloodied by a rogue spike, but this time he left Scotland unbowed.
There is a lightheartedness about Carl Frampton, an easy predilection for the craic, that disguises the ruthless streak common to most driven boxers, and he knows Scott Quigg will be similarly cold-hearted when they fight in Manchester on Saturday night.
Mo Farah has told the authorities they must get tough on Kenya if the country continues to drag its feet in the fight against doping – even if it means its athletes miss out on the Olympics.