Sam Warburton says there is every chance that Wales will defeat New Zealand, even though they have lost their last five Tests, including Argentina and Samoa at home this month, while the All Blacks have gone 17 months and 19 matches without defeat.
It was Nico Rosberg who did the outing. We had been talking about his father, Keke, who lifted the 1982 Formula One word championship in 1982, despite winning only one race. Rosberg junior, recalling the Flying Finn's win in Dallas in 1984, said: "It was 40 degrees and while the other drivers wore refrigerated suits, Dad was bare-chested in the sun, smoking a cigarette."
Against an opponent who would have looked more at home in an octopus tank, Carl Froch kept his IBF world super-middleweight title in front of friends and family in Nottingham with a knockout of the unconvincing American challenger Yusaf Mack.
It is reasonable to assume that one of the few people among the 20,000 packed into the MEN Arena next Saturday night who will wish Ricky Hatton even the most temporary harm will be the one who can spell Vyacheslav Senchenko without looking it up.
Laura Robson pulls her jacket up over her head, scrunches up into a ball and giggles uncontrollably, as an 18-year-old girl is prone to do when answering awkward questions. She has been sharing a few locker-room secrets and we have somehow got around to the speculation of a relationship between Serena Williams, with whom she is friendly on the Tour, and Laura's former coach, Patrick Mouratoglou.
All day the kite hawks wheeled and circled in the dusty thermals over Mutera, perhaps sensing some English carrion.
Lewis Hamilton, who never seems far from yet another epic, life-changing decision, would like to live in America.
The NFL's most prolific pass-rusher is not Von Miller or J.J. Watt. No, it is a one-time mortgage broker who spent time in the Canadian Football League.
Rana Malook reviews another gripping day in Ahmedabad.
Carl Froch was branded a 'fake Joe Calzaghe' by his next opponent Yusaf Mack; so there is no doubt he is looking forward to winning their upcoming boxing bout.
Lewis Hamilton would be less of a party animal if he was still a McLaren driver, according to his mentor, Ron Dennis.
The holiday season hasn’t even begun, and already people are already starting to wonder if this year’s Golden State Warriors team is not just great, but historically great. In many ways, this is absolutely ridiculous, but that’s a byproduct of the Warriors being absolutely ridiculous.
The biggest loser from Paul Casey’s decision to preclude himself from Ryder Cup inclusion is not the biennial event.