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Augusta: A tournament like no other

April 17, 2013

Augusta, Georgia

By Phil Noble

It was the author Mark Twain who wrote "Golf is a good walk spoiled" and although the persistent rain that dogged the final round play at this years Masters certainly made it tough for both players and photographers alike, the amazing photographs at the final hole of regular play and the subsequent thrilling playoff certainly ensured our "good walk" wasn't ruined.

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Broken and showing

By Jeff Haynes
April 2, 2013

Indianapolis, Indiana

By Jeff Haynes

I was on the court when Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware went to block the three-point shot of Duke’s Tyler Thornton and landed wrong on his right leg suffering a compound fracture with the shin bone protruding through the skin, with about 3 inches showing.

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How ’bout them Yankees?

By Steve Nesius
March 21, 2013

Bradenton, Florida

By Steve Nesius

As a photographer you often don’t know what to expect when covering MLB spring training baseball games - especially covering the Yankees.

Cristiano Ronaldo graceful in controversial Real Madrid triumph over Manchester United

March 6, 2013

Manchester United fans, players and manager Alex Ferguson will no doubt be fuming for a few more days about the controversial nature of their Champions League defeat by Real Madrid before the club’s attention turns to Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea at Old Trafford.

Domination in ODIs a thing of the past

February 7, 2013

Recent results in one-day cricket have not only made a mockery of the rankings but it has also injected some much-needed excitement in the format.

Warne and Samuels show TV cricket is no longer just a gentleman’s game

January 10, 2013

When Shane Warne and Marlon Samuels came close to trading blows at the jam-packed MCG, it made for great TV viewing.

Greg Rusedski blog: London tennis was best in Olympic history

December 21, 2012

This year’s Olympic tennis was, in my opinion, the most prestigious in history due to the fact that it was being held at the home of tennis, Wimbledon.

Greg Rusedski blog: Murray still my tip for Sports Personality glory

December 11, 2012

With Britain’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year approaching fast, it is going to be one of the most difficult years to win because of the brilliant performances of so many British athletes.

After Luiz Adriano affair, do fair play and winning always go hand in hand?

November 22, 2012

Shakhtar Donetsk romped into the Champions League last 16 with a match to spare following their 5-2 win at Danish rivals Nordsjaelland, but only after their Brazilian striker Luiz Adriano scored a goal which outraged much of the football world as he broke what UEFA called “principles of conduct”.

Is Chicharito the new Solskjaer?

November 11, 2012

Former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said recently it was his dream to take over as manager at Old Trafford one day and if he fulfills it in the foreseeable future, the 39-year old Norwegian could coach a lethal finisher that is almost a carbon copy of himself from his playing days.