Revisit the sporting weekend through the lens of the photographer as we pick out images from the best of the action.
All hail Altior
It was more a case of through the mud for Altior on Saturday as he kept his unbeaten record over fences alive with an impressive victory in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase.
Un De Sceaux and his rider Ruby Walsh made sure this was a proper championship test, and once again Altior had all the answers on his return to the track.
Also at Sandown, Lalor's Arkle prospects suffered a blow as Dynamite Dollars won the Grade One novices' race while there might just be a Grade One winner of the future in the shape of opening winner I Can't Explain.
More racing headlines:
- Sylvestre shines in Hong Kong
- Mill grinds out Becher Chase win
- Definitly Red wins at Aintree
- Charbel wins Peterborough Chase
- Min makes no mistake in Ireland
City come unstuck
Manchester City's bid to emulate Arsenal's Invincibles came to a premature end on Saturday evening as they lost 2-0 at Chelsea.
For much of the first half, Pep Guardiola's side toyed with their opponents but N'Golo Kante's goal changed the course of the game and Chelsea doubled their advantage late on through David Luiz.
Earlier, Liverpool had thrashed Bournemouth thanks to a Mo Salah hat-trick, while West Ham won a thrilling London derby against Crystal Palace, Manchester United eased past Fulham and Arsenal struck late to beat Huddersfield.
It's all covered in our in-depth Premier League review.
Onto Sunday and while there may have been only one game, there was no shortage of drama as Wolves struck with just seconds remaining to beat 10-man Newcastle 2-1.
More football content:
- Championship review: Norwich strike late
- League One review: Portsmouth extend lead
- League Two review: Sol's tenure starts slowly
King Louis a class apart
Louis Oosthuizen romped to a six-shot victory in the SA Open, where Oliver Wilson, Charl Schwartzel and Thomas Aiken earned Open Championship places.
Oosthuizen was brilliant after a shaky start on Sunday and, after winning on his first start in his national open since 2010, it was clear just how much it meant.
Also in golf, Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman won the QBE Shootout - to the delight of those patient enough to follow Ben Coley's golf tips.
Put up at 16/1 prior to the tournament, the duo finished with a flourish to deny Graeme McDowell and Emiliano Grillo by a single stroke. There are no pictures because, basically, nobody cares about it.
Points win for Kell Brook
Kell Brook made his return to the ring on Saturday night but while it was a winning one, there were few obvious positives to draw from a points verdict over Michael Zerafa.
Brook had been around the 1/4 mark to stop his Australian opponent but never looked like doing so in an underwhelming effort, although his team made all the right noises afterwards.
Drake proves a big hit
The Miami Dolphins produced a brilliant last-gasp touchdown to beat the New England 34-33 and prevent the Patriots clinching a 10th successive AFC East title.
Miami, the last team to stop the Patriots winning the division, went 69 yards with the last action of the game for a touchdown that included two lateral passes.
Kenyan Drake was the last recipient and secured a dramatic victory as time expired.
Ronnie O'Sullivan produced a stellar display to claim a record seventh UK Championship title in York, beating Mark Allen 10-6 in the final.