Chelsea won its second trophy under "serial winner" Antonio Conte as an Eden Hazard penalty was enough to secure the FA Cup against Manchester United at Wembley Saturday.
Nico Rosberg took to the track again before another home hero Daniel Abt dominated the Berlin ePrix Saturday with third-placed Jean-Eric Vergne tightening his grip on the Formula E world championship title.
Millions will be watching around the world and fans dressed in red, white and blue will travel for miles to witness the special occasion. Without doubt, they will raucously cheer their heroes.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
He's been nicknamed the "Egyptian King" by Liverpool fans, but match-winner Mo Salah's crowning glory could be seeing his treasured boots on display in one of the world's most prestigious museums.
Formula E is coming to the Middle East for the first time ever, with the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh set to host the opening race of the 2018/19 season.