Four things we learnt from England and Wales fans after their sunny Six Nations clash.
A terminally ill football fan inspired his team to victory by delivering a rousing speech to them before kick-off.
Gary Lineker has told ITV News how he enlisted the help of Gary Barlow and a host of old England teammates for this year's World Cup song.
A Ukrainian athlete was greeted by rapturous applause as he took part in the opening ceremony to the Paralympic Games in Sochi.
Mykailo Tkachenko was the only athlete from Ukraine's team of 31 to participate in the ceremony.
Ukraine agreed to compete in the Games despite the country's tense stand-off with Russia in the Crimea region over the past week.
At the age of 19 former British tennis number one Elena Baltacha was diagnosed with primary sclerosing cholangitis, a chronic liver condition which affects the immune system.
Elena managed the condition throughout her career with medication and regular blood tests. She went on to win 11 singles titles.
She has been a patron of the Children's Liver Disease Foundation since 2010.
Judy Murray, captain of the Aegon GB Fed Cup Team has said former tennis British number one Elena Baltacha remains 'determined and upbeat'.
Judy said: "Obviously this is a tough time for Bally, Nino and her family but she is a such a determined, upbeat person and everyone around her is staying positive as well. I know she'll be really grateful for all the support that she's getting."
Former British tennis number one Elena Baltacha has revealed on Twitter that she has been diagnosed with cancer of the liver.
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"I have recently been diagnosed with cancer of the liver. I'm currently undergoing treatment and fighting this illness with everything I have," said Elena.
She and her husband Nino said they would like to thank everyone for their continued support.
Three football fans who were facing prosecution for using the word "Yid" have seen the charges against them dropped.
Gary Whybrow, 31, Sam Parsons, 24, and Peter Ditchman, 52, all appeared in a magistrates court after allegedly using the word at Tottenham Hotspur matches last year.
The words could not legally be counted as "threatening, abusive or insulting" in the circumstances, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Baljit Ubhey from the CPS said: "There is insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction, and that the cases against Peter Ditchman, Gary Whybrow and Sam Parsons should be discontinued."
Russia's President Vladimir Putin told the Ukrainian Paralympic chief that sports events must not be affected by politics, Interfax reports citing the Kremlin.
Ukraine's Paralympic chief said the country would pull out of the Games if Russian troops invade.
"I am very afraid that despite the world's wishes and my call that the irreversible will happen during the Paralympics. I declare: we will pull out of the 11th Paralympic Games in Russia that very second if the thing we fear and which we are against...happens," Valeriy Sushkevich said.
Ukraine's Paralympic chief has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to ensure peace during the Winter Games.
"I repeated my one request, the one and most important request, that before and during (the Games) there will be peace," Valeriy Sushkevich said.
Channel 4 News presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy has tweeted:
BREAKING : Ukraine to stay in the Paralympics and raise their flag "for peace" - there will be amazing atmosphere when they walk in tonight
A Plaid Cymru MP has attempted to play down a row over Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton after he criticised him for suggesting that he felt British, rather than Welsh.
The Lions captain's comments was responding to claims by an England wing that Wales players "hate England".
Jonathan Edwards yesterday tweeted:
I really find it difficult to understand how someone who does not consider themselves to be Welsh can be captain of the national rugby side
He has now clarified his point:
One thing we can all agree on is that Sam is a great player and we’re all hoping for a Welsh win on Sunday
He also issued a statement saying: "Let's be clear I am not attacking any individual over their identity.
"I would hope that the captain of Wales would feel Welsh. Of course lots of people feel both Welsh and British."