Relive the sporting weekend through the lens of the photographer in our unmissable review of the action.
Match made in heaven
Bryony Frost and Frodon continue to thread together this National Hunt season, his heart and her smile capturing all that is good about National Hunt racing.
Saturday saw the pair cling on for a narrow, typically brave victory in the Cotswold Chase over an extended three miles - enough for trainer Paul Nicholls to set his sights on the Gold Cup.
Whether or not they can bridge the gap to Grade One company we shall see - Presenting Percy certainly looked good on his return earlier in the week - but Paisley Park certainly looks like a potential Festival winner after taking the Cleeve Hurdle.
Emma Lavelle's horse had to be nudged along at various stages but once he took it up he stormed clear of a good field to conjure memories of Big Buck's and Inglis Drever, two greats of the staying division.
On a day of fancied horses winning at Cheltenham, Fakir D'Oudairies moved to the top of the Triumph Hurdle betting when landing a few bets in the opener while Kildisart was another to impress albeit in a different way, his tenacity earning a second victory over fences.
Over at Doncaster, where a dog running around somehow garnered more attention than events on the track, Dynamite Dollar was a ready enough winner of the Lightning Novices' Chase while Go Conquer won the feature Sky Bet Chase.
The magic of... oh forget it
Yes, well. Magic might not be the best word to use given events off the field on Saturday, but on it there were two bonafide giant killings in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Also in the FA Cup, Crystal Palace got the better of Spurs to make it a nightmare week for Mauricio Pochettino's side, while in the Sky Bet EFL there were goals galore and our favourites can be watched right here.
England were, let's face it, awful in the first Test against the West Indies, who won by 381 runs. No wonder the Barbados prime minister was in town to congratulate the hosts.
Star of the show for the West Indies was spinner Roston Chase, who took eight wickets for 60 runs and looked very pleased with himself afterwards.
DeChambeau a class apart
Bryson DeChambeau was the highest-ranked player in the field for the Dubai Desert Classic and the handsome Californian delivered a handsome seven-shot victory.
The world number five has now won four times in his last 10 starts dating back to last autumn and looks every inch a major champion in the making - two of the last three winners of this event, by the way, went on to win the Masters in April.
Brent, DeChambeau... sessions.
Grand slam hero
Sunday's Australian Open final failed to live up to the billing, but only because Novak Djokovic produced one of the greatest performances in tennis history to wipe the floor with Rafael Nadal.
He's set his sights on Roger Federer's all-time grand slam record after this seventh Australian Open success left him on 15, just five behind the Swiss.
Don't do it, Novak. Nineteen is plenty.
Rose blooms again
Justin Rose's secured his spot at the top of golf's world rankings as he battled to victory in the Farmers Insurance Open.
The Englishman finished on -21 under par, to win by two shots ahead of Adam Scott.
Rose said: "This ranks really high up there - to win as world number one means something special to me."