Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week.
As West Ham secure the support of the Olympic Park legacy company in their bid to take over the London 2012 stadium, we speak to the sports minister Hugh Robertson, the former Olympics minister Tessa Jowell, and the IOC's Sir Craig Reedie.
Nic Coward, the chief executive of the British Horseracing Authority and horse trainer Andy Turnell reflect on the tragedy that marred Newbury this week, while former Manchester City striker Francis Lee shares his opinion on City's loss to Manchester United and Wayne Rooney's wonder strike.
Elsewhere, the ex FA chief executive Graham Kelly discusses investigations into the reform of the FA, England rugby manager Martin Johnson reflects on their Six Nations victory over Italy and Chris Ashton's latest "swallow dive" tries.
Rugby league boss Richard Lewis looks ahead to the coming season.
And Essex Cricket Club President Doug Insole remembers England great Trevor Bailey, who died this week.
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