Ian Botham and Mike Atherton on Ben Stokes, Shane Watson and Alastair Cook's captaincy.
Relive ten memorable incidents from the season just gone and vote for your favourite in our poll.
Ahead of the ceremony, we profile the contenders and focus on athlete Christine Ohuruogu.
Martin Brundle explains the dilemmas organisers face in putting together the F1 calendar.
Follow the latest from the written press with the best gossip and speculation from the papers.
Last Updated: July 29, 2012 2:11pm
Elusive Kate: Confirmed her superiority over Golden Lilac
Elusive Kate made every post a winning one in the Group One Prix Rothschild at Deauville on Sunday.
The mile event for fillies, formerly known as the Prix d'Astarte, was for once taking place without the presence of the brilliant Goldikova, who was retired last year having completed four consecutive victories.
John Gosden's filly had been campaigned in France for much of her juvenile season, including two victories at this course before winning the Group One Prix Marcel Boussac on her final start on the continent before taking in the Breeders' Cup.
A series of niggling problems had kept her off the track until Newmarket's July meeting where she was overlooked by William Buick but ran a blinder under Frankie Dettori to finish a close second to Giofra in the Falmouth Stakes.
Golden Lilac, a disappointing hot favourite that day, was backed to take revenge on home turf but failed to claw back the deficit that Buick had gradually opened up from the moment the stalls opened.
It was, at least, a step back in the right direction for Andre Fabre's filly who finished comfortably clear of Mashoora and Sagawara with Immortal Verse back in fifth on her first start since running in Japan in November.
The victory was yet another top level success for the Buick and Gosden combination who have already combined for Group One victories in 2012 with Great Heavens (Irish Oaks), Izzi Top (Pretty Polly Stakes), Fallen For You (Coronation Stakes) and Nathaniel (Eclipse).