Sir Chris Hoy said he has no regrets about his retirement as athletes finalise their preparations for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
RYAN MOORE'S position as British racing's leading Flat jockey was emphasised again by a treble in the first three races at Newmarket yesterday, including the Group One triumph of Integral in the Qipco Falmouth Stakes.
Justin Rose went from "absolutely horrendous" on Wednesday to clubhouse leader on Friday in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
SIR Chris Hoy's wife Sarra has spoken for the first time how she secretly wept with fear for her husband's health as he pushed himself to the limit to win gold at the London Olympics.
There is a wearyingly familiar outrage doing the rounds at Rangers after the UTT ruling which upheld the club's appeal against HMRC over its controversial use of EBTs.