This week's round-up also features a brilliant Kanu goal, parkour down Mammoth Mountain and reindeer racing in Lapland

1) Ryan Giggs could play in his 1,000th competitive game this weekend. So here are a few selected highlights, starting with Giggs's 11 best goals for Manchester United, including his thriker in the 1999 FA Cup semi-final. His wonderfully rampaging assists from the 1999-2000 season are particularly worth a look, and those from 2001-2006 and 2006-2012 are not bad either. Meanwhile here he is, as Ryan Wilson, playing for Salford in the 1988 Granada Schools Cup. And if you want to learn to play like him, this Ryan Giggs Secrets and Skills video from 1994, featuring Sir Bobby Charlton, is perhaps as good a place as any to start.

2) A pre-millennium classic ahead of Sunday's North London derby: Kanu flicks it over Luke Young's head ... and smashes it home.

3) Following that Mo Farah interview, here are a few more awkward sporting interviews. And while we're at it, a hat tip to Larry Merchant for getting tough with Lennox Lewis before threatening to kick Floyd Mayweather's ass.

4) How did he miss that?

5) Ronaldinho gets absolutely crunched by a brutal two-footed tackle, and gets up to wallop the resulting penalty against the bar.

6) Given the Cheltenham Festival starts in a couple of weeks time, here's something to get your juices flowing: a classic Gold Cup from 1964, with Arkle – the greatest steeplechaser in history – taking on the 1963 Gold Cup winner Mill House, who was no slouch himself.

Our favourites from last week's blog

1) Ho! Ho! Ho! Reindeer racing in Lapland with a special appearance from you know who at the end.

2) Classic rugby league action from 2000 as the Australian legend Alfie Langer inspires Warrington to a remarkable comeback against Bradford – and the commentator to lose his voice.

3) Coventry fan Dan calls BBC Radio Coventry to complain about the lacklustre "0-0 draw" against Crewe. Cue mass confusion.

4) Want to see the top 20 goals scored on BBC TV from 1953-1986 counted down by DJ Andy Peebles? Sure you do.

5) Luke Mitrani ditches his snowboard and gets down Mammoth Mountain parkour style.

6) Bored by the huff and puff of the Six Nations? Watch this.

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