Kevin Garside

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Barack Obama may not recognise it but let's not forget Tiger Woods redefined golf

COMMENT: The 14-time Major winner deserves to be venerated just as much as Jack Nicklaus for his career achievements, yet he is not loved

Samir Nasri set up City’s second goal at Stoke then scored their fourth

Samir Nasri: Chelsea are 'not special at all', says midfielder of Manchester City's title rivals

The Frenchman scored a fine goal in City's impressive 4-1 win against Stoke

Tiger Woods has slipped out of the world top 50 for only the second time in his career

Tiger Woods: Should he come back from 'indefinite' break?

COMMENT: The 14-time Major winner has announced he is taking a break from the game amid injury and dip in form

Sergio Aguero celebrates his second goal

Stoke City 1 Manchester City 4: Sergio Aguero double is 'a turning point', hopes Manuel Pellegrini

Striker scored his first goals in five games after returning from injury

Stoke vs Manchester City preview: Ryan Shawcross backing the Potters to do the double

Stoke won 1-0 at the Etihad in August

Tony McCoy riding Carlingford Lough return after winning The Hennessey Gold Cup at Leopardstown racecourse

AP McCoy is certainly great, but we don't need a hierarchy of greatness

COMMENT: It’s insulting to want to list one above another. Bonkers and unnecessary

Lee Westwood shares the lead in the Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur after a 66 and a 67

Westwood out in front while back problems stalk Tiger Woods

Tiger failed to make the cut for the second week

Jonathan Joseph is an old-style centre with stealth and quick feet rather than pure muscle

Six Nations 2015: Jonathan Joseph is ready to step up and swivel against Wales' formidable pair

Stuart Lancaster has opted for artistry of Bath centre to take on wealth of experience offered by Roberts and Davies

Tiger Woods has slipped out of the world top 50 for only the second time in his career

Farmers Insurance Open 2015: Tiger Woods faces race against time to find form and preserve elite status

He is entitled to the benefit of the doubt for now, but he can’t hang about. McIlroy and Co wait for no man

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Mary Beard, Caroline Criado-Perez, Louise Mensch, Bunny La Roche and Courtney Barrasford reveal how to trounce the trolls
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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
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Follow the money as never before

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