Reality star Kim Kardashian has finally found a worthy competitor for the spotlight – the FIFA World Cup, as the two are going head-to-head for the love of the Google world.
Uruguay striker Luis Suárez has once again caused an uproar by biting an Italian player during World Cup, and is set to face a FIFA disciplinary hearing within the week.
Brazilian star Neymar is aware that the weight of the country’s World Cup hopes lies heavily on his ability to dazzle, but remains isn’t phased by the pressure and will stick to his natural flair-filled game.
“Bad girl” of British Tennis Naomi Broady claims Wimbledon win with no LTA help, marking her first big paycheck after years and years of fighting back,
Andy Murray’s glossy girlfriend, Kim Sears, donned an eye-catching white dress as she watched her man get his Wimbledon title defence underway.
We will begrudgingly admit that Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best players around at the moment, and were we Portugal fans we would most likely just sing his praises in spite of his dirty dives and blatant arrogance. But…
A pitch-invader during the international rugby Test between the All Blacks and England is smashed by security, who almost break his neck in the process.
Doing the sideways-tango is apparently a bit of a debatable topic for the World Cup football players and coaches, but certain teams have different rules that allow for a bit of off-field scoring.
If you can’t be seated in front of your TV for the whole World Cup, don’t despair. There are a few ways to get your footie-fix on the go.
German news publication, Bild, has revealed the ‘Secret Service’ like operation undertaken to transfer Formula 1 legend, Michael Schumacher from France’s Grenoble hospital to a VIP clinic in Lausanne. False names, cellphones handed in – it’s all there. What’s more, Schumacher is communicating.
An Italian man killed his wife and two children over the weekend, celebrating afterwards at a local pub where he went to watch the World Cup.
Everyone copes with loss in a different way… For the Croatian football players they seem to be laughing this one off with a little skinny dipping and team bonding. These are some VERY sneaky paparazzi and the players are really unimpressed….
Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev could only hang his head in shame following his blunder against South Korea in the 67th minute.
Essex-based company Grassform has created an insightful infographic that charts the final stadiums in each World Cup since 1930.
The greatest show on Earth kicks off, with Jennifer Lopez bringing the noise, the fans shaking the ground, and some pretty spectacular moments from the performers in the ceremony.
French coach Didier Deschamps is worried one of France’s opponents in the World Cup deployed the quadcoptor to spy on the team training.
The Brits might get luckier than they imagined in Brazil with the Fifa world Cup 2014. Seems like everyone is catching the fever, even the ladies of the night. Just make sure you catch the right fever, mate…
How better to get into the massive sporting weekend upon us, than to tackle some betting head-on? Place your bets for the FIFA World Cup, rugby internationals, and US Open action this weekend.
Here, in summarised form for your busy schedule is the Forbes top 10 list of the highest paid athletes for this year. You will either be thrilled or devastated by who claimed a landslide victory…
The construction and renovation of 12 soccer stadiums for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, while plagued by cost overruns and legacy concerns, are beautiful to look at.
Besides Dove ads featuring Victor Matfield, it’s not every day we see the softer side of Springbok rugby players. That is why you will plutz for this Instagram video..
As alluring as going to the World Cup is, it’s no cheap trip. Between the tickets, airfares, travel money and gees-expenditure, you’re looking in the tens-of-thousands of Rands, and there’s some other ways to get into the World Cup vibe.
Andy Murray says his appointment of a new coach did not “feel like a strange thing to do”, and is clearly unconcerned with the media questioning he has received.
Kevin Pietersen discusses his choice to play cricket in England, being dropped from the national side, and his future, in a new column on the Daily Telegraph.
“The Game Before the Game” Beats advertisement delivers all you’d expect from a big-budget sports commercial, highlighting that Beats really have entered the big league.