Observations on pacing yourself
We Caribbean folk play cricket with joy, not with the imperial hauteur of the English
If you support an unsuccessful team, at least the parking's easier
Blunkett wins Pankhurst prize, dog fed better than MPs, and why Millwall fans hate Ali
How the West Indies cricket disaster toppled an old and oppressive dynasty
Which of us is off his trolley? Is it David Mellor or is it me? Asks Hunter Davies
Cheaper, healthier and safer than motoring, cycling should come out of the gutter
If you really had to, who would you go out with - Arsene or Fergie? Asks Hunter Davies
Miles has a contract and a transfer value of £2,000. He's aged eight
Why do footballers need a mid-season break? They have an easy life
If fans can be breathalysed at matches, what about those of us at home? Asks Hunter Davies
I went to Gazza's flat, expecting it to be a dirty lads' den. It was pristine
Treat triumph and disaster just the same? Spurs fans can't follow Kipling
When players make a mistake, Africans don't boo. They just laugh
My predictions: a rebel tour to Zimbabwe, and two finals for England
The thrill has gone from the FA Cup. Now it's an unwelcome distraction
Don't believe it - "Alastair Campbell to help out Fergie"
Should we care if our athletes have been pumped full of nandrolone? Asks Jason Cowley
Americans love their little surfer girl, but what about the shark? Asks Jason Cowley
Observations on football and drugs
Waugh is over: in praise of the man who transformed Test cricket
We've seen full-frontal nudity in Scotland, but Wilfred has disappeared
I have fond memories of my brief rugby days - but was it league or union?
You could get deep-vein thrombosis from watching too much football
I'd be gutted to die in July, just after I've paid my Sky subscription
Flash gits in hospitality suites show you how well a country is doing
Conrad Black, worth at least £136m, is one of Britain's 250 richest people. He owns news-papers in North America, Israel and Britain, including the Daily Telegraph and its Sunday sister. Two years ago, he was elevated to the House of Lords.
Suddenly, empty seats are appearing at Premiership grounds
The crowd was singing: "Missed my drug test and I wanna go home"
On Saturday, at precisely 12.30, I spotted the first gloves of the winter, writes <strong>Hunter Dav