They're quite a pair, aren't they? Cyclist Bartosz Huzarski is getting lots of mileage off a photo he posted on Facebook of his pumped, veiny legs after he completed the 18th stage of the Tour de France. They "looked more like a Spider Man costume than actual legs," Bleacher Report wrote.
Benedict Cumberbatch is experiencing a lot of firsts: It's his first time visiting Comic-Con. It's his first time voicing an animated character in a children's movie. And it will (maybe...) be the first time that Marvel announces Benedict is joining their roster of superheroes.
As suspected, former Céline and The Row designer Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski has been installed at the creative helm of Hermès. The French-born talent succeeds Christophe Lemaire, who departed the house after four years earlier this week. "Her talent and her creative track record will be great assets in the
Former presenter Maggie Philbin thinks the BBC should revive its popular science show, but how? The BBC cancelled its popular science show Tomorrow's World in 2003 after 38 years, but every so often, there are calls to bring it back. Rose-tinted nostalgia, or a recognition that there's a science
SUMMER is here at last, the festival season is well underway and Catwalk by TIGI's latest collaboration - a vibrant, hand-made hair accessory designed with Mara Hoffman - makes for the ideal accompaniment to both. The designer and the hair styling brand - which has previously collaborated with Christopher Kane
Real Madrid have signed James Rodriguez, 23-year-old, from French league club Monaco for a 90m euros (£71m) fee. The Colombian forward who won World Cup Golden Boot has agreed a six-year deal at the Bernabeu. Check out how the new Real Madrid could line up with Rodriguez and the other newcomer Toni Kroos.
Spanish football team Real Madrid has topped an annual Forbes list of the world's most valuable sports teams. The current holders of the Champions League is worth an estimated $3.44bn (£2bn), Forbes said. The top three slots are occupied by Football teams, Barcelona ($3.2bn) and Manchester United ($2.81bn).
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned following his country's failure to win the 2014 World Cup, reports Brazilian broadcaster Globo TV. Scolari, 65, won the tournament in 2002 but the hosts could only finish fourth at this year's event. Brazil were thrashed 7-1 by Germany in the semi-finals
Germany coach Joachim Low hailed Mario Gotze as the "miracle boy" after his extra-time strike sealed a 1-0 win over Argentina in Sunday's World Cup final. Low also revealed he told Gotze to show the world he was better than Lionel Messi minutes before the substitute came on to score the winner.
"Domination goes in cycles. Spain did it before and now Germany look like they can dominate for years to come."
That was the verdict of former England captain Rio Ferdinand after Germany won the 2014 Fifa World Cup.
Mario Gotze's golden goal, Lionel Messi's misery and Argentina's profligacy
Germany have been given a helping hand by opponents Argentina in beating them at the last two World Cups but they do not expect any more South American gifts in Sunday's final at the Maracana. Their 2006 quarter-final win came after Argentina took a second-half lead but then replaced playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme
James Anderson and Joe Root shared the highest last-wicket stand in Test history as England mounted an astonishing fightback against India. They put on 198 in the first Test at Trent Bridge, beating the 163 between Australia's Phil Hughes and Ashton Agar at the same ground last year.
Germany have called for the home support to get behind them in Sunday's World Cup final against Brazil's arch rivals Argentina. Joachim Low's men thrashed Brazil 7-1 in the semi-final but praised the reaction of the host nation's fans after their exit. "All of us are hoping for support from the Brazilians,"
Liverpool have agreed to sell striker Luis Suarez to Barcelona for a fee thought to be about £75m. The Uruguayan, 27, who is serving a four-month ban for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup, will sign a five-year deal. Barcelona will have a formidable front line including Messi and Neymar
As Germany scored goal after goal (after goal after goal) against Brazil during the World Cup semi-finals Tuesday, a photo of a weeping Brazilian fan -- clad in yellow and green and woefully clutching a replica of the World Cup trophy to his chest -- went viral. The Belfast Telegraph even dubbed him the "saddest man
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal says two of his players refused to take the first penalty in their World Cup semi-final shootout defeat by Argentina. Defender Ron Vlaar stepped up but Sergio Romero - a player who was "taught how to stop penalties" by Van Gaal at AZ Alkmaar - saved his kick.
President Dilma Rousseff urged Brazil to ‘shake off the dust’ but where Brazil go now is anyone’s guess following their World Cup semi-final humiliation against Germany The morning after the night before, Brazil will wake up, shake its head and pray it has all been a terrible nightmare.
Can you believe Prince George is almost 1 year old?!
In honor of his first birthday, Prince William and Kate Middleton's adorable royal baby boy has landed on the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair (on sale this week). In the precious cover pic, little George stares at his papa while being held by mom.