How F1 history would have been different had double points always been awarded at the final GP.
Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
What has happened to Michu? We analyse Swansea's draw with Hull on Monday Night Football.
The passing of the Korean GP hasn't been widely mourned, but was Yeongam really all that bad?
Five Champions League matches only a fool would fail to tune in for over the next couple of days.
Glenn Hoddle insists the Football Association must make major changes after England's humiliating European Under-21 Championship exit - but denied Stuart Pearce should take the blame.
Tipsters from Sky Bet & Betting Zone reveal what's on their coupon this weekend.
Arsenal fans may be happy with talk of bigger transfer budgets, but what of Arsene Wenger?
Who are the most coveted strikers in Europe? Matt Le Tissier runs through the names on everyone's lips.
Matt Stanger looks back at the worst transfers from 2012/13, with Liverpool and QPR both figuring.
We start our look back at Ashes series gone by with a review of the five thrilling Tests of 2005.
Australian batsman David Warner needs to knuckle down and show his country he is a leader, Ian Harvey told Sky Sports News.
Jose Mourinho is back at Chelsea but Adam Bate argues that he never truly left Stamford Bridge.
Five pulsating days of racing are on the cards at Royal Ascot next week as the cream of flat racing talent strut their stuff.
The World Cup is just 12 months away and Brazil desperately wants to welcome the thousands of football fans that will not only add to the colour of a Brazilian World Cup, but also to the economies of the 12 cities hosting matches.
Our man in Israel, Jon Holmes, looks at the inefficiencies of the Premier League's youth quota rule.
Club-by-club transfer guides for every Premier League club.
Colin Montgomerie does not think Tiger Woods' US Open chances will be affected by his nightmare third round at the Memorial Tournament.
Conventional wisdom suggests straight drivers win the US Open, but the evidence states otherwise.