The County Cricket Ground is normally the home to Sussex Sharks, but there won't be a cricketer in sight this Saturday and Sunday as the Brighton Yoga Festival takes place.
It is the fourth anniversary of what has become the UK's largest free entry yoga festival. The event will feature more than 100 yoga classes, meditation and talks about wellbeing.
This year it has been stretched over two days for the first time, after 3,000 people attended last year.
Striker Jermain Defoe broke down in tears when he was asked about 'best mate' Bradley Lowery as he was officially unveiled as a Bournemouth player.
Defoe has joined the South Coast club from Sunderland, where he struck up a close relationship with six-year-old Bradley, who is terminally ill with childhood cancer.
Far fewer women and girls are taking up tennis compared to a decade ago. One of the sport's most famous coaches, Judy Murray, has designed a course specifically to encourage more women to pick up a racket and play. And, of course, Andy won his opening match at Wimbledon today. Matt Teale reports.
It's the best known regatta in the world and whether you're an Olympian or an amateur - spectator or crew member - then Henley is the place to be. Cary Johnston spoke to those gathered there on day one, including Sarah Winckless, an Olympic Rowing Medallist.
The Henley Royal Regatta for 2017 lasts from Wednesday 28th June to Sunday 2nd July.
Swindon Town have made their sixth signing of the summer - Portsmouth midfielder Amine Linganzi.
The 27-year-old joins the Robins on a free transfer, subject to EFL and FA approval.
Beginning his career with Saint-Etienne in France, he's played for Blackburn Rovers, Preston North End, Accrington Stanley and Gillingham, before joining Portsmouth last season.
The central midfielder has also represented Congo at international level.
"I’m very happy to be here and it is a great opportunity to play for the best club in League Two," Linganzi told the club website.
Hickory Golf is a vintage form of the sport - and it's currently enjoying a great revival - particularly at places like Goodwood in Sussex. So Andrew Pate went to visit a former bank manager, who's playing his part - from the bottom of his garden!
AFC Bournemouth chairman, Jeff Mostyn, says he is looking forward to returning to the Vitality Stadium for the 2017/18 season.
The 71-year-old has undergone a minor heart procedure and is recovering at home.
He'd been admitted to hospital earlier this month after falling ill while at a Premier League meeting in Harrogate.
A statement from the Club said: "Jeff would like to thank the Premier League and everyone at AFC Bournemouth for their support, assistance and best wishes over the last couple of weeks" and also extended Mostyn's thanks to the medical teams involved in his care.
Dave Savage competed at the Commonwealth Games and enjoyed all the attention and fun that came with it.
But when he stopped competing - he fell apart. Drink, depression and an attempt to take his life followed.
But today, he spoke to our Sports Reporter Andrew Pate to show others things can get better.
Hundreds of the world's best amateur golfers are battling it out in Kent this week.
Whoever comes top will be given a place in the starting line-up at The Open next month. And some of the best amateurs from Kent and Sussex are hoping that will be them. Abigail Bracken reports from Sandwich.
The year 1990 was memorable for George Ridgley. It was the day he started work at Royal Ascot. And he's still there at the age of 83, as Simon reports.