A punch of the air, a flying dismount and a blown kiss to the owners.
Champions League football has returned to our screens, with TV station executives across the globe licking their lips at the prospect of high viewing figures and even higher advertisement revenue. But did you know that the Twenty20 Cricket Champions League finals in South Africa have been on our screens since the 9th October?
Former Rugby League player Martin Offiah says football can learn from his former sport in how to deal with racism. Does he have a point?
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.
Tommy Hanson, who pitched five seasons in the major leagues for the Braves and the Angels, has died aged 29.
Michael Phelps, the American swimmer whose 22 Olympic medals make him the most decorated Olympian of all time, has revealed that he was “in a really dark place” after he was arrested last year for drunk-driving – and admitted to feelings of “not wanting to be alive anymore.”
While the World Anti-Doping Agency has said it found widespread doping and corruption by Russian athletes, Russian officials have said their country is being held to a double standard and called the watchdog’s report a “political hit job”.