Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso extended his lead in the drivers championship with victory at the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim.
Sebastjan Vettal finished second but race officials gave the Red Bull driver a 20-second penalty which promoted McLaren’s Jenson Button from third to second and meant a podium place for Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen with Vettal relegated to fifth.
Tour De France
Bradley Wiggins became the first British rider to win the Tour De France in it’s 109-year history.
Wiggins took over the leaders yellow jersey on stage seven of the 2,173 mile race and never looked threatened throughout.
He will have to put celebrations on hold for a while as he now prepares for the London Olympics which start this weekend.
South Africa’s Ernie Els claimed his second Open title in dramatic fashion after Australian Adam Scott let slide a four shot lead in the last four holes.
A record breaking 311 from Hashim Amla helped South Africa to a massive 637-2 in the first Test against England at the Oval.
At the Malta Football Association’s Annual General Meeting, President Norman Darmanin Demajo called for a fundamental shift in the way clubs operated.
He also told members at the Excelsior Hotel that a third player is to be charged by UEFA over allegations of match-fixing in the game between Norway and Malta.