Crikey! Just looking at his muscles is exhausting.
The BBC could be set to axe a raft of senior managers, its chairman Lord Patten has suggested.
The Italian side eased to victory over Celtic to advance to the quarter-finals
Shakes-Drayton recovers from Olympic heartache to lead young team to second in medals table
Shelley Rudman rose to the occasion once again yesterday as she was crowned world skeleton champion in St Moritz after beating her rivals by more than half a second.
"I hope that my work's universality will give it a longer shelf life"
Celtic midfielder Scott Brown admits he will face a formidable opponent when he lines up against Andrea Pirlo in the Champions League but he will not stand back and admire the Juventus midfielder.
Benitez led Valencia, a side that seemed to have no right to European silverware, to win the Uefa Cup
Substitute secures late victory over stubborn Shakhtar but Terry is unhappy after being left on the bench
The name of Pininfarina is indelibly associated with the Ferrari supercar marque. The design house, which was led by Sergio Pininfarina for 40 years, created many legendary Ferrari designs, including the 250 GT Coupé (1958), the Daytona (1968) and the Testarossa (1984). His personal favourite was the 1965 Dino Berlinetta Speciale, the last model on which he worked with his father.
Football hooliganism used to be known as the English disease, but after their sixth penalty shootout exit in 22 years, it appears an inability to score from 12 yards is the real national sickness.
A stubborn horse presages doom in this distillation of Bela Tarr's ascetic aesthetic (hint: not much happens, and little is said)
'War Horse' may take some beating but the year ahead offers some other wonderful apparitions – such as 'Frankenweenie' and Sean Penn as a Goth
After successfully selling Beaufort Chalet d'Alpage from her garden shed in Highgate, north London, Patricia opened a cheese shop, La Fromagerie, in Highbury Park in 1992. Ten years later she opened a second on Marylebone High Street and has written two award-winning books, Cheese and The Cheese Room.
Shortly after 6pm yesterday, that £400 investment paid off with an Olympic silver medal in the skeleton bobsleigh, an event requiring competitors to travel at 70mph down an ice-lined tube, head-first and face down, separated from serious injury by what is to all intents and purposes a tea tray.
The 29-year-old travelled to Turin last night and will complete a medical this morning after one source close to the deal described it as "one of the smoothest transfers in years". After years of wrangling, disputes and reconciliation with Arsenal, when Vieira finally did leave, there was little opposition from Wenger and vice-chairman David Dein.