On This Day - Aug 15 1983: Liam Hinphey, Derry hurling and football star, is born
Anne, Princess Royal (equestrian) - first member of the Royal family to compete in the Olympics, in 1976, and former European champion, born 1950.
John Childs (cricket) - former Gloucestershire, Essex and England spinner, born 1951.
Jack Russell (cricket) - former Gloucestershire and England wicketkeeper, born 1963.
Boudewijn Zenden (soccer) - former Sunderland, Chelsea, Middlesbrough, Liverpool and Holland midfielder, born 1976.
Siobhan Chamberlain (soccer) - England and Manchester United Women goalkeeper, born 1983.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (soccer) - Liverpool and England midfielder, born 1993.
Clinton Njie (soccer) - Former Tottenham forward, now at Marseille, born 1993.
ON THIS DAY
1972: Off-spinner Pat Pocock had one of the most prolific spells in first-class cricket while playing for Surrey against Sussex at Eastbourne. He took five wickets in six balls, six in nine
and seven in 11.
1979: Sebastian Coe broke his third world record in six weeks at Zurich when he set a new best for the 1,500 metres. The other records broken during that span were the 800m and the mile.
2005: England drew the third Ashes Test against Australia at Old Trafford en route to a series victory.
2006: West Ham striker Dean Ashton broke his ankle in training with England following his first call-up to the national squad. The injury eventually forced him to retire from the game.
2008: Men's cycling team sprint final trio Chris Hoy, Jamie Staff and Jason Kenny won Olympic gold for Great Britain in Beijing.
2012: England batsman Kevin Pietersen issued an apology for sending "provocative" text messages to South Africa players.
2013: Marion Bartoli announced her retirement from tennis at the age of 28, just over a month after winning Wimbledon.
2016: Charlotte Dujardin successfully defended the Olympic individual dressage title on Valegro in Rio, while Mark Cavendish claimed his first Olympic medal with silver in the omnium.
2016: Former Aston Villa striker Dalian Atkinson died at the age of 48 after he was Tasered by police.
1 US PGA champion Brooks Koepka is from which country?
2 How many times have Chelsea won the FA Cup?
3 What is Usain Bolt's world record for the 200m?
4 Jim McGuinness was linked with which county earlier this week?
5. Who scored Tyrone's famous disallowed point in their 1995 All-Ireland final loss to Dublin?
(See quiz answers at bottom)
SPORT ON TV
Today (Wednesday, August 15)
SOCCER: UEFA Super Cup, Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid - BT Sport 2 1930.
CRICKET: Kia Super League Cricket, Loughborough Lightning v Western Storm - Sky Sports Cricket 1455, Sky Sports Main Event 1500; Vitality Blast, Birmingham Bears v Lancashire Lightning - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 1830; Caribbean Premier League, Jamaica Tallawahs v St Kitts and Nevis Patriots - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 2330.
TENNIS: Western & Southern Open - BT Sport 1 1600.
CYCLING: BinckBank Tour - Eurosport 1 1400;
BASEBALL: MLB, Chicago Cubs v Milwaukee Brewers - BT Sport//ESPN 1915, Boston Red Sox v Philadelphia Phillies - BT Sport//ESPN 0000 (Thur).
Tomorrow (Thursday, August 16)
SOCCER: Women's Under-20s World Cup quarter-final, Spain v Nigeria - Eurosport 2 1445, France v North Korea - Eurosport 2 1815; Carabao Cup, Sunderland v Sheffield Wednesday - Sky Sports Main Event 1930.
CRICKET: Vitality Blast, Kent Spitfires v Somerset - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 1800; Caribbean Premier League, St Lucia Stars v Trinbago Knight Riders - Sky Sports Cricket 0030 (Fri), Sky Sports Main Event 0200 (Fri).
RUGBY LEAGUE: Betfred Super League, Wakefield Trinity v St Helens - Sky Sports Action 1930.
GOLF: Nordea Masters - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf 1000; Wyndham Championship - Sky Sports Golf 1700.
CYCLING: BinckBank Tour - Eurosport 1 1400; Arctic Race of Norway - Eurosport 1 1600; Colorado Classic - Eurosport 1 2030.
TENNIS: Western & Southern Open - BT Sport 1 1600, Sky Sports Main Event 2300.
BASEBALL: MLB, New York Yankees v Tampa Bay Rays - BT Sport 2 1800.
QUICK QUIZ answers: 1. United States; 2. Eight; 3. 19.19 seconds; 4. Mayo; 5.Seán McLaughlin .