What a truly amazing weekend of sport, perhaps the likes of which we will never see again. Sunday 14th July was not only back to back with sport, but simultaneous with sport!. At one stage the F1 Grand Prix in Silverstone, England Cricket World Cup Final, and Wimbledon Tennis Finals were all live on TV. I didn’t know where to turn. Lewis Hamilton roared to his 6th British Grand Prix win. An amazing achievement from 2nd on the grid and considering he spent 30 laps nursing hard tyres to reach the final, gaining a further point for the fastest lap, on the last lap, was seen by many as some of the best F1 driving ever. Federer and Nadal waged war during the longest Wimbledon final ever, 4 hours and 57 minutes, ended only by a thrilling 13-12 tiebreaker, handing victory to Djokovic. But of course, the most amazing spectacle of all was watching England chase down 241 runs to force the Super Over, also tied, but handed the World Cup on superior boundary performance. Ben Stokes showed some of the toughest mental agility I’ve seen in sport. World Class. I’m a massive cricket fan but I’ve never once screamed at the television or jumped up of the sofa during a match. An amazing weekend of sport and a cricket final we’ll never witness again.