South Korea's 11-year-old figure skating prodigy You Young has Olympic gold in her sights and
Despite her tender years, You has been hailed as the heir apparent to Korean ice queen Kim Yu-Na after she became the country's youngest ever ladies singles champion last month.
You, who is only 4ft 7ins (143 cm) tall, stunned her competitors at the national championships and was quickly dubbed a "figure skating genius" by a prominent newspaper.
It was an overnight success which has been years in the making, starting with You's first attempts at skating aged five at a rink in tropical Singapore, where she grew up.
"Young mastered the single axel in just two lessons. The coach said such a kid was unheard of," You's mother, Lee Sook-Hee, told AFP.
In the final match of the series, England batted first and only managed to score 184. In reply, the Aussies batted with purpose and took a lead of 80 runs.
However, England showed great resovle in their second innings with their top nine batsmen getting into double digits as they set a tricky target of 223.
Australia stumbled in their chase as spinners Derek Underwood and Ray Illingworth took five wickets between them to seal 62-run win and with it take the series 2-0.
It was a tough start to Ian Chappell stint as Australia captain.
1968: Jean-Claude Killy of France, one of the greatest skiers of all time, won his third gold medal at the
Winter Olympics in Grenoble.
1993: David Platt (below) scores four goals in England’s World Cup qualifying defeat of San Marino and misses a
penalty that would have given him a share in the England record of five.
1996: Netherlands’ Nolan Clarke became the oldest player to make his ODI debut – aged 47 years and 240 days – when he played in the World Cup game against New Zealand in Vadodara.
Jose Roberto Gama de Oliveira, known as ‘Bebeto’, is a former Brazilian football player who played as a striker.
With 39 goals in 75 appearances for Brazil, Bebeto, who turns 52 today, is the sixth highest goalscorer for his national team.
He was the top scorer for Brazil at the 1989 Copa America, was subsequently named South American Footballer of the Year.
But at the 1994 FIFA World Cup he enjoyed his greatest moment as he formed a formidable strike partnership with Romario to lead Brazil to a record fourth World Cup title.
In club football he played for Flamengo, Vasco da Gama, Cruzeiro and Botafogo in Brazil, Deportivo La Coruña and Sevilla in Spain, Toros Neza in Mexico, Kashima Antlers in Japan, and Al Ittihad in Saudi Arabia, finally
1954: Michael Holding, the cricketer, a former West Indies pace bowler (62)
1959: John McEnroe, the tennis player and commentator, outspoken three-time Wimbledon singles champion (57)
1970: Angelo Peruzzi, the footballer,a former Juventus and Italy goalkeeper (46)
1979: Valentino Rossi, the motorcyclist, a seven-time MotoGP champion from Italy (37)