Predicting who will win the next major when San Francisco's Olympic Club hosts the US Open is no easy task.
This Saturday the most popular horse racing event in the world will take place, and it is expected to be bigger than ever before.
England may be in danger of losing their spin coach Mushtaq Ahmed, who is thought to be considering returning to Pakistan.
Christine Ohuruogu was once the face of London 2012, but these days the 400m runner is happier keeping out of the limelight.
The US claimed the Masters but for Europe there was decent consolation in defeat.
Saturday's Grand National is expected to be run in the most testing conditions for more than a decade after a band of wet weather hit the Liverpool area on Monday, with further rain still forecast to come this week.
Lee Westwood's major record will be the envy of many. Westwood himself would trade every one of his 10 top-five finishes in golf's four key events for just one moment of glory.
Mo Farah’s blood and medical data will be examined to ensure there is no evidence of doping following the recent allegations against his coach Alberto Salazar, the chairman of UK Athletics, Ed Warner, has confirmed.
Sir Bradley Wiggins said breaking the world hour distance record, one of the toughest and oldest challenges in cycling, might be the closest a man could come to childbirth.
Frankie Dettori, who returned at the Derby meeting two years ago after a six-month ban for using cocaine, scaled the summit of Flat racing for the second time in his career on Saturday when he steered Golden Horn, the favourite, to victory in the Investec Derby.