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Glorious Goodwood kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday, July 29) and Racing Post betting editor Paul Kealy has been scrutinising the field.
Nobody can say that West Ham haven't gone the extra mile in their preparations for this season's Premier League.
The east London club have clocked up the second largest mileage total in their pre-season tour.
Find out how far they have gone and how they compare with other clubs in our graphic, below.
For The Ahoy Centre, sessions spent sailing the waters of the Thames aboard waterman cutters are just part of its story spanning the past decade.
The Deptford charity's jam-packed schedule of corporate events - from team days out to its 8.5-mile Meridian Pull and Channel Rowing Challenge between Dover and France - have rapidly become its "lifeblood", according to Rachel Hedley, events and marketing manager.
British Formula One driver Max Chilton did a few laps of the Singapore Grand Prix in a Canary Wharf mall this week.
Ricardo Fuller has signed a one-year deal with Millwall.
The former Charlton and Stoke City striker joined the Lions after his contract run out at Blackpool this summer.
If you missed the chance to take part in the Corporate Challenge at the volleyball this month, how about trying a spot of rugby in August?
England rugby legend Mike Tindall appeared at Canary Wharf on Tuesday - the same day he announced his retirement from the game.
He told The Wharf his top five matches and why they meant so much to him.
Henri Lloyd pipped the GREAT Britain team to first place as the Round the World Clipper Race returned to St Katharine Docks at the weekend.
Vince Macaulay, owner of the London Lions basketball team, has big plans for next season.
Former Chelsea defender Tal Ben Haim and Icelandic winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson joined Charlton in a double deal on Friday.
The Addicks snapped up both players on a free, making it six signings in a busy summer period for the south-east Londoners.
Chelsea and Man Utd are top, West Ham are mid-table and Burnley are bottom. Not our predictions for next season's Premier League placement but the ranking of cost to buy a replica kit.
Check out our graphic to find out more.
Race fans are starting to gather at fan parks and key London locations as Le Tour de France comes to east London.
The caravan - a promotional convoy of vehicles - leaves Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as 1.20pm this afternoon with the race itself passing through at 2.45pm.
If you're sick of explaining the rules of the road to car drivers and you can't understand why people are shocked at the cost of your bike. Then you'll probably agree with these.
Grab your binoculars and peer out from your office window or just get pitch up early for a roadside spot.
The Tour de France is coming to east London and with it a host of top international cycling talent.