Wednesday Aug 20
Women vault over the men
Jonathan Horton returned from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games with a silver medal in the horizontal bar event and hardly heard a peep from the world at large about his accomplishment.
MacKinnon: Paraguay's performance can inspire future players
As a schoolgirl, Paraguayan forward Silvana Romero idolized Marta, the brilliant Brazilian player, which is understandable on a couple of levels.
Lisa Carrington on track for Rio
Lisa Carrington's defence of her K1 200 gold medal at Rio de Janeiro in 2016 remained on track at the course where Ian Ferguson launched his stellar Olympic Games paddling career as she comfortably retained her world title in Moscow.
Olympic champion Nadia Comaneci: why BBC1's Tumble is pioneering
She was fted, then virtually held prisoner in her own country, defected to America where she was criticised for an apparently louche lifestyle with a married man decades older.
SPORTS brand Puma yesterday launched its largest global campaign utilising stars, including Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, the company indicated in its financials.
MacKinnon: Little margin for error in Group of Death as Women's World Cup kicks off
A public-health inspector working the Heritage Festival has many questions: How hot is that fried banana? How cold is that mango lassi? Where did you get that camel meat? The festival brings 60 national pavilions to Hawrelak Park for a three-day event where the focus is food.