Max Verstappen, son of Dutch former Formula One driver Jos, is not even old enough to take his driving test back home.
Broadcasting legend and the man synonymous with BBC radio football results, James Alexander Gordon has died aged 78.
The Lincoln City manager Gary Simpson used jelly babies to help arrange his team ahead of their win against Conference rivals Barnet.
Luis Suarez has pledged that he will not bite again after finally being formally unveiled by new club Barcelona.
The Uruguayan has been banned from football for four months after he bit Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup.
"I say to all the fans: don't worry because I won't do that anymore," the Associated Press quoted the striker as saying.
Asked during a press conference at the Nou Camp what he was doing to ensure no repeats of the incident, Suarez said: "I am speaking to professionals - the right professionals," he added.
The man who voiced the classified football results on BBC radio for 40 years has died aged 78, according to the BBC.
James Alexander Gordon, "was an iconic radio voice, who turned the classified football results on BBC radio into a national institution," said Richard Burgess, head of BBC Radio Sport.
Gordon, popularly known by his initials as JAG, joined the BBC in 1972 and went on to become one of the most recognisable voices on radio, reading the results first on Radio 2 and then Radio 5 Live.
He retired in 2013 following throat surgery after he was diagnosed with cancer.
England have won the Women's Rugby World Cup after beating Canada 21-9 in Paris.
It was England's fourth consecutive World Cup final, having lost all three previous finals to New Zealand, and their first triumph in the tournament for 20 years.
British athletes have won a record-breaking 12 gold medals at the European Athletics Championships after winning five golds on the final day of competition in Zurich.
Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford, the men's 400m relay quartet and both sprint relay teams all won their events on Sunday to beat the previous GB record of nine golds.
England thrashed India by an innings and 244 runs in the fifth Test at The Oval to wrap up a 3-1 series win in style.
Chris Jordan took four wickets as England dismissed the hapless tourists for 94 in their second innings, after Joe Root had hit an unbeaten 149 earlier in the day.
Great Britain's Mo Farah won his second gold medal of the European Athletics Championships as he powered to victory in the men's 5,000m.
Farah also won gold in the men's 10,000m race in Zurich on Wednesday.