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We consider five lessons learnt by England head coach Stuart Lancaster from the Six Nations.
Brian O'Driscoll's Ireland career finished on the ultimate high at the Stade de France.
Sky Sports' Rob Palmer was granted an exclusive audience with Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
The greatest darts player of all time will be chasing an incredible 17th world title when he heads to Alexandra Palace.
Michael van Gerwen is the rising force in darts after his exploits in the big events over the last couple of years.
Touted by Phil Taylor as his natural successor, Adrian Lewis lived up to the billing with world titles in 2011 and 2012.
Simon Whitlock is certainly the most eye-catching of the PDC's biggest names.
The third of the 'Stokies' in the upper echelons, Andy Hamilton is a regular in the final stages of big tournaments.
James Wade has remained one of the PDC's best three darts players despite going through tough times.
After stunning Phil Taylor in the 2012 World Championship, Dave Chisnall is not a man to take lightly.
Wes Newton is still chasing that major title that many believe will come his way if he keeps knocking on the door.
Robert Thornton will be hoping to make a big impact at this year's World Championship after a strong couple of years.
Raymond van Barneveld is a five-time world champion and, despite the wins drying up, the Dutchman can still be a force.