Mo Farah broke the indoor two-mile world record at the Sainsbury's Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham today.
The 31-year-old athlete finished the race in 8.03.4 minutes, beating the previous world record of 8.04.34, held by Ethiopian runner Kenenisa Bekele.
It is Farah's first world record, finishing the second mile in an impressive 3.59.5 minutes.
The double Olympic gold medallist told the BBC: "This means a lot to me.
"I love representing my country, giving something back to all the people. Unbelievable."
A photographer has been taken to hospital following a crash during the practice run at the Rally Sweden race, the only winter event on the World Rally Championship calendar.
The accident happened on Thursday morning near the town of Raada when Polish driver Michal Solowow lost control of his car in a bend and flew off the road, striking the photographer.
"The situation with the injured party is stable," race director Christina Lundkvist-Wiklund told state broadcaster SVT, adding that the injured man had been taken to the hospital in nearby Karlstad.
Attending the event as a spectator, Montreal Canadiens hockey player Magnus Nygren witnessed the accident.
"The crowd stood on the driver's left side, but the photographer was on his right. So when Solowow spun, he hit the photographer with the back of the car, and he flew a fair distance out into the forest," Nygren told newspaper Expressen.
A new series of Sports Life Stories returns to ITV4 on Tuesday 17th February, and first up it's legendary goalkeeper, Peter Shilton.
The 65 year-old won an astonishing 125 caps for England, but he's not the only sporting great we're showcasing this year.
Watch our promo above for an exclusive look at which Sports Life Stories documentaries to look out for in the coming weeks and months.
Sports Life Stories: Peter Shilton will be broadcast on ITV4 at 10pm on Tuesday 17th February.
The Australian cricket team's doctor has confirmed Phil Hughes is still in intensive care and made a request for privacy on behalf of the sportsman's family.
Dr Peter Brukner made his comments in what will be his last statement on the cricketer today, reported local newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald.
Dr Brukner said: "Unless there is a change in condition there will be no further updates on his condition tonight.
"Phillip is in the best possible medical hands. The Cricket Australia community and his team mates have thoughts of thinking of his family and his friends at this moment.
"His family have asked me to request privacy in this difficult time."
Play was temporarily suspended during tonight's Euro 2016 qualifier between Italy and Croatia after visiting fans threw flares and firecrackers onto the pitch.
Riot police were seen entering the Croatian fan's section of the stands before the match resumed.
Amir Khan's plans to travel to America this weekend have been halted after his visa application was declined.
The 27-year-old was due to fly to Las Vegas to attend Floyd Mayweather's fight with Marcos Maidana on Saturday, and had used his Twitter account to advertise promotional duties he would be carrying out while there.
His bid to do so was thwarted, though, with the welterweight saying his visa application had been declined.
It was reported that Khan had asked Prime Minister David Cameron for assistance.
Khan has had difficulties travelling to America before. In 2010 he had to train in Canada after visa delays, while in 2011 he claimed he was held in Los Angeles customs for over two hours because he is a Muslim.
The Bolton fighter is eager to be present at Mayweather's rematch with Maidana, as he attempts to persuade the world's number-one pound-for-pounder boxer to give him a 2015 fight.
Barry Rogerson was involved in the incident with a police horse after the team he supports, Newcastle United, lost heavily in the local derby against Sunderland in April.
Shortly after the incident above, Mr Rogerson said he "lashed out" because he was trying to protect himself after becoming separated from his friends.
"I'm not proud," he told ITV Tyne Tees at the time. "I really let my family down."
A man has been jailed for 12 months for punching a police horse in the face after a match between Newcastle United and Sunderland.
Forty-five-year-old Barry Rogerson, of Bedlington, Northumberland, last month pleaded guilty to a charge of violent disorder.
At Newcastle Crown Court today (Thursday) Rogerson was also given a six year football banning order.
His Honour Judge Paul Sloan QC said: "You attended the football match and by the time the match ended you were worse for wear from drinking while taking your medication.
"You were clapping your hands at the police horse, remaining there despite repeated requests to move.
"You had plenty opportunity to move away but punched the horse in the head."
Rogerson was one of seven men being dealt with by Newcastle Crown Court having pleaded guilty to violent disorder. All were jailed.