County cricket in Leeds in April. Snow stopped play.
The feel-good story of the week. A runner in the London marathon helping out a fellow competitor metres out from the finish line. Nice touch that there was a Viking on hand to help too.
The spectators were helpful too.
Much was made of Lionel Messi’s 500th goal in a league where there’s a huge gap between his lot and various collections of journeymen, but what about his ability to levitate the right shoulder of his shirt? Now there’s a skill you don’t see a lot of.
Thomas Broich’s emotional goodbye to Brisbane Roar supporters. They’re still in the A-League, but it will be away from home from now on. And, sure enough, there’s that sign.
Toronto Blue Jays Chris Coghlan works out that flying is actually a decent tactic.
Argentina’s Davis Cup captain Daniel Orsanic kept his word and tattooed the trophy on his back.
Training in Townsville looks nice.
Be warned. It’s all downhill from here (although no Warnie). A competitor poses during the Arnold Classic South America bodybuilding event.
Canadian NHL analyst Don Cherry is known for his flamboyant jackets. Dressing up like a mass murderer is something else though.