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. SA SCHOOL REWRITES RUGBY RECORD BOOKS
South African interschools rugby record books were rewritten over the weekend when Bloemfontein's Grey College annihilated renowned KwaZulu-Natal school, Glenwood.
With the exception of the Under-15A side, all of Grey's teams won in convincing fashion - and one in particular stood out...
P.S: Yes, we know the picture below is a Super Rugby ball but we couldn't find the correct one okay? Sue us (just a expression, please don't sue us)
Click here to see the record scoreboards
2. OOSTY'S AMAZING LIP-SYNCING PERFORMANCE
South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen celebrated his career 'grand slam' in an unusual way.
Oosthuizen finished tied for second at the PGA Championship on Sunday and joined an elite group of golfers, who have finished as a runner-up in all four majors.
Despite falling short again, Oosthuizen decided to see the lighter side and serenade his followers by posting a hilarious video miming to the song 'Rise Up'.
Click here to watch Louis' amazing lip-syncing performance
3. MORKEL TARGETED AS POTENTIAL KOLPAK SIGNING
The Proteas might be losing another star bowler...
Morne Morkel's name was unexpectedly thrown into the mix as being the next South African to potentially sign a Kolpak deal.
Sport24's Lloyd Burnard looks at the repercussions of this deal and if Morkel should leave SA shores, why it would be worrying times for the Proteas...
Click here to read Burnard's reasoning
4. MOSIMANE WANTS BILLIAT TO STAY
It seems like things aren't going too well with Mamelodi Sundowns...
After their exit from the MTN 8 quarter-finals, 'Downs coach Pitso Mosimane has confirmed that the star forward Khama Billiat is refusing to sign a new deal and wants to leave the club.
Click here to read Pitso's disappointment in Billiat
5. CASTER REVEALS HER GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT
We have dubbed Caster Semenya South Africa's queen of the middle-distance.
Semenya left the world in awe (well some weren't all that impressed - see how Twitter reacted) at the IAAF World Championship in London by claiming two medals and acknowledged that it was no easy feat doubling in the 1 500m and the 800m.
Click here to read Caster's response after claiming gold