Cape Town - Sport24 produces - get this - over 100 articles a day. Yes, we're that awesome!
So naturally there'll be a few articles that even our most ardent readers will miss.
On the off chance you are one of those, here are our top FIVE stories that might have slipped your browser feed today!
1. ERNIE SEES ANDERSON WIN AT WIMBLEDON
Spectators at the All England Club were treated to the sighting of South African golf icon Ernie Els!
Els was among the crowd during South African Kevin Anderson's comfortable second round Wimbledon victory over Italy’s Andreas Seppi on Wednesday.
CLICK to read Anderson's remarks on Els' visit
2. CAVENDISH HITS OUT AT SOCIAL MEDIA BACKLASH
Mark Cavendish pleaded with social media users to stop abusing him over the disqualification of Peter Sagan from the Tour de France.
Sagan was kicked out after his elbow sent Cavendish crashing into metal safety barriers and down to the tarmac in Tuesday's sprint finish to the Tour's fourth stage.
Cavendish pulled out of the Tour, but he revealed in a video that he has since been on the receiving end of some horrible backlash...
CLICK here to watch Cavendish's plea
3. RADIO 2000 SNUBS PROTEAS TEST SERIES
Cricket fans who were hoping to listen to radio coverage of this
month's four-match Test series between England and the Proteas will be once
again faced with disappointment.
Public broadcaster Radio 2000, a SABC-owned station, will not be doing live commentary on the series.
CLICK to read SABC'S reason for not broadcasting the series
4. WIMBLEDON FINE BAD BOYS
There's one thing about Wimbledon - always a controversy on or off the court!
This time, they've have decided to fine bad boys Bernard Tomic and Daniil Medvedev for their "unsportsmanlike conduct" following their controversial behaviour at the All England Club.
CLICK to read the hefty fines
5. ALL BLACKS BACK ROOKIE TO EDGE LIONS
Jordie Barrett, younger brother of Beauden, has played just 17 minutes of rugby for the All
The 20-year-old will start at fullback in Saturday's massive third and deciding Test against the British and Irish Lions in Auckland.
CLICK to read Steve Hansen's reasoning for selecting Jordie
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