LeBron James, Antonin Panenka and the New Zealand rugby team all feature as we look back at previous sporting events on this day.
Tiger Woods claimed his first U.S. Open title on June 18 in 2000, while Eoin Morgan and Jonah Lomu both shone on this day as well.
Shane Warne, the All Blacks and Ricky Hatton each came up with the goods on this day in years past.
A suggested 'Coronavirus Cup of World Rugby' will not be pursued by governing body World Rugby as it makes its own plans.
Lionel Messi, Jonah Lomu and Arsene Wenger have all marked May 27 with success in years gone by.
The inaugural Rugby World Cup began on this day in 1987, while a decade ago, Jose Mourinho completed a treble with Inter.
France showed their promise during the Six Nations, but Vincent Clerc warned to expect "ups and downs" from a young team.
Twelve years ago Brendon McCullum lit up the inaugural Indian Premier League with an unbeaten 158. We look at classic tournament openers.
The Rugby World Cup was a spark to encourage Wayde van Niekerk to achieve "great things" on behalf of South Africa.
Having signed a new contract as England coach, Eddie Jones is seeking perfection heading into the 2023 Rugby World Cup.