Andrew Strauss has said that Kevin Pietersen's reconciliation with England during next month's Test series in India will be "difficult" and "tough".
Racing's hope that Frankel fever might introduce a large number of new fans to the sport will be undermined by the news of disappointing viewing figures for his final appearance, in the Champion Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Lance Armstrong, John Terry & Danny Rose have had as many column inches as the ongoing presidential debates, and the vast majority of the stories have made unpleasant reading which highlights sport is losing what made it enjoyable in the first place.
Frankel has won the Champion Stakes at Ascot and will be retired with his unbeaten record intact. This final victory was not, however, achieved without a degree of drama as the colt made an uncharacteristically slow start to the race and had to work harder than usual to overcome Cirrus Des Aigles.
It was on a late September afternoon in 2010 that Frankel first did something extraordinary.
The San Francisco Giants had a surprise for the St Louis Cardinals in NLCS Game Five: Barry Zito.
Marilyn Okoro, a talented middle-distance runner once hailed as the next Kelly Holmes, has spent the past few days writing letters to private sponsors in an attempt to secure her financial future.
“A hit is a Hit!!” exclaimed Herman ‘Hesh’ Rabkin in the direction of Christopher Moltisanti, during a Sopranos episode of the same name, and though we may reference fictional characters, which are referencing the quality, or lack thereof, of music, the title remains thematically poignant, as the NFL has embraced this notion with ruthless abandon…
As the NBA prepares to take more stringent action against 'flopping' in their upcoming season should football use the same principles from stateside to tackle 'diving'; described by FIFA vice-president as the 'cancer' of our game?
The former England international discusses potential Stuart Lancaster successors and selection policy with HITC Sport.
The doubters were out in full force coming into Sunday night’s game: Peyton Manning just didn’t have it any more. The oddsmakers had even made the 6-0 Broncos home underdogs against the similarly undefeated Packers.