Revisit the sporting weekend through the lens of the photographer as we pick out the best images from the last few days.
Bristol brilliant in Betfair Chase
Bristol De Mai recorded back-to-back victories in the Betfair Chase with a relentless display at Haydock Park.
Daryl Jacob's partner duelled for the lead with Native River for much of the contest before taking over three out and galloping clear to record a resounding success.
Over at Ascot, Classy chaser Politologue got the better of Charbel to win the Christy 1965 Chase.
Paul Nicholls' charge looked set to record a comfortable success when mastering the freewheeling Gold Present turning for home but found Charbel a persistent challenger in the closing stages and had to dig really deep to land the spoils.
If The Cap Fits stayed on strongly to win the Coral Ascot Hurdle having looked in big trouble turning for home.
However, Noel Fehily conjured a sustained challenge from If The Cap Fits who finished strongly to hit the front half a furlong out and win by a length-and-a-half.
Son shines for Spurs
Son Heung-min scored a superb goal for Tottenham as they put down a real Premier League marker by handing out a 3-1 drubbing to Chelsea at Wembley.
Manchester City haven’t been forced out of second gear for some time in the Premier Leagu and they cruised to yet another victory at West Ham.
Meanwhile, the red half of Manchester continued their stuttering season with 0-0 draw at home against Crystal Palace.
You don’t have to be a body language expert to see Jose Mourinho wasn’t happy with his side's display.
Hamilton ends season with Abu Dhabi success
Lewis Hamilton ended his remarkable F1 season in winning fashion by charging to victory in Abu Dhabi.
Let's get the party started...
Phil in the money
Phil Mickelson needed four extra holes and floodlights to get the better of Tiger Woods and pocket a cool $9 million.
Perhaps pocket is not the right word as he’ll need a decent sized van to drive home all that cash...
World Cup win for Belgium
Belgium's Thomas Pieters and Thomas Detry held off a late run from the Australian team on home turf to win the World Cup of Golf.
Gurney wins over the crowd
Daryl Gurney's gutsy victory over Michael van Gerwen in the Players Championship Finals, sealed by a bullseye finish, not only saw him clinch his second televised title but also helped win over the darts public.
Click on the image below to watch those celebrations!
Happy Thanksgiving for the Saints
The New Orleans Saints made it ten wins in a row as they enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast of touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Saints are the joint-favourites to win the Super Bowl after another big outing and there’s only one way to celebrate on Thanksgiving...
England in control after Rashid five-wicket haul
England were on the brink of a memorable overseas whitewash in Sri Lanka when ending day three of the third and final Test in complete control in Colombo.
Five wickets for Adil Rashid on day two - ably supported by Ben Stokes - turned the game in England's favour and the tourists continued to dominate thereafter.
England beat Australia again
England swept aside Australia 37-18 to claim a sixth successive victory over the Wallabies and complete a successful autumn series at Twickenham.
The old enemies were deadlocked at 13-13 entering half-time but blistering tries from Elliot Daly and Joe Cokanasiga opened up daylight before the win became a rout when Owen Farrell touched down in the closing stages.
Nine in a row for Wales
Wales completed a first clean sweep of autumn Tests and extended their unbeaten run to nine after toppling South Africa 20-11 at the Principality Stadium.