Goal TV, a Chris Woakes wonder and Trevor Booker's NBA insanity
2) What’s happening? Are England hitting form just before the World Cup? Certainly Chris Woakes was in and Ian Bell cheerfully in their warm-up against an Australia’s Prime Minister’s XI.
3) NHL stars – the hugely-popular Paralympic sport, as by the 2006 gold medal-winners Canada, set to the Foo Fighters, and in the general mayhem on show at .
4) Chelsea fans rating their potential . Back in reality, it’s the big one as Lego Star Wars and Spongebob – plus another game from a galaxy far, far away, this time .
5) Serena Williams metes out to her racket during a poor Hopman Cup performance last week. She has form, too, as in Singapore last year and . That said, it’s all rather restrained and spread out compared to Marcos Baghdatis – .
6) Jimmy Kimmel’s “” series has racked up the YouTube views. Now it’s sport’s turn. are among those sent to ESPN presenters.
1) Back in 1994, as a build-up to the World Cup in the US, the BBC set aside an entire evening to football on BBC2 under the umbrella of . And what a night it was, all collected here (take a bow and Classic YouTube spotter kisbie) with only one or two omissions due to rights. So enjoy: fans writing a letter to someone (or something) in the game in ; Hugh McIlvanney’s profile of one of the greats: ; David Coleman introduces ; Nick Hornby (and others) ponder why football is the best thing ever in ; comedy sketches in ; ads featuring footballers in ; the phone-in for the all-time favourite in ; , a short feature on the “differentness” of goalkeepers; a nostalgic look at England v West Germany at Italia 90 – ; presents a clip show about football fiction on screen in ; and finally, .
2) Jake Ryan at the, er, Big Bash and the former Australia prime minister John Howard demonstrates a need to .
3) Sublime to ridiculous corner: when Jack Nicklaus proved he still had it with this ; and combining dizzying speed and stomach churning en masse at .
4) Unfazed by club rivalries, Diego Simeone’s son during training at Atlético Madrid.
5) Steffen Iversen’s father Odd Iversen died at the end of last year. He scored 158 goals in Norwegian football including a record 30 in one season from just 18 games. Here’s one of and .
6) Trevor Booker pulls off for Utah Jazz, and, stick with this one, as Seattle Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch suddenly discovers .
Spotters’ badges: kisbie, CocoTheMonkey, frosty8uk, OVENBOTTOM, kjesso, chestnut52, BlackCaesar
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