Oliver Brown From the thuggish haircut of Rickie Fowler to steely words of Tom Watson, the visitors have arrived exuding menace, writes Oliver Brown from Gleneagles
Mark Ogden Louis van Gaal has cast doubt over Wayne Rooney's future as a striker at Manchester United with the manager admitting to being unimpressed by his performances in an advanced role this season.
Tony Jimenez Rickie Fowler has a new "USA" haircut and his Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson thinks it's terrific.
Daniel Johnson It was the father-son handshake on the grid in glitzy Singapore that left Anthony and Lewis Hamilton feeling like they were back at the beaten-up go-kart track in Hertfordshire.
Chris Roots Champion jockey Kerrin McEvoy has stepped down as stable rider at Godolphlin after nearly 12 years working within the Sheikh Mohammed operation.
The McLaren team has hinted that rivals Red Bull had used coded messages to assist Australian Daniel Ricciardo's drive to a podium finish in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.
Qatar will not host the World Cup in 2022, according to Theo Zwanziger, the German member on the executive committee of world football's governing body FIFA.
Toni Nadal has given a lukewarm response to the decision by the Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET) to appoint former women's Tour player Gala Leon as Spain's new Davis Cup captain.
Julian Drape Australian under-23 cyclist Campbell Flakemore has won Australia's second gold medal at the road world championships in Spain with a barnstorming finish in the individual time trial.
Andrew Webster History squares the ledger with itself eventually. It might have taken exactly four decades, but it will finally be squared for Frank Reys on Tuesday.
Craig Foster Recent FFA fan forums showed how far this great game has come in a very short space of time.
Chris Roots The Sydney autumn carnival has potential, but at the moment it's like a colt that flies in morning trackwork then flops on raceday.
Paul Hayward Sir Henry Cecil was the character Evelyn Waugh forgot to write: a blue-blooded wild child whose dissolute early life offered no hint of his brilliant talent.
Chris Barrett A young Australian's first trip to England more often than not included a couple of nights in a hostel, a loop or two of the London Eye and a few lagers. For
Singapore Fourteen people believed to be members of an organised crime ring involved in football match-fixing activities have been arrested in police raids across Singapore, authorities said Wednesday.
Michael Lynch Eight people hold legal title to the great mare, but thousands have accepted her as their own.
swimming By Fleta Page IT HAS been a few years since Petria Thomas has done post-swim media interviews.
World number one Rory McIlroy will have a metaphorical target on his back at this week's Ryder Cup in the same way Tiger Woods did in his heyday, according to Europe's triumphant 2010 captain Colin...
The 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar because of the scorching temperatures in the Middle East country, FIFA Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger said on Monday.
World No.1 Serena Williams said Monday that playing less tennis has helped extend her glittering career, as she acknowledged in the wake of Li Na's retirement that players' bodies can "betray" them.