Here's a headline you won't see often - since it's about squash and not football: "England Dominate World Rankings."
Oh, and look here - more World Number One status for Britain - oh, hang on, still not football. No, this time it's Taekwondo, sorry ...
Have I mentioned that we beat the Aussies in cricket? Again.
Archery: Silver and Bronze for Nicky Hunt and Simon Terry at the World Cup in Croatia.
Athletics: Team GB second in the European Team Championships - beating Germany into third place. Well, fancy that! There were victories over their closest rivals in the European Championships for Dwain Chambers, David Greene, Martyn Rooney, Andy Turner and Mo Farah.
Rowing: Six Golds in Bled; another five Golds in Munich, plus sundry others - only missing a medal in two events!
Sailing: Sarah Ayton and Saskia Clark win World Cup Gold.
Cycling: Emma Pooley is the first British cyclist to win the prestigious Tour de l’Aude in France.
Golf: Graeme McDowell wins the US Open! The US Open ... I know, who? He's from Northern Ireland.
Equestrian: Sharon Hunt wins the Classics event in Germany.
And it might not be a world victory but it means as much to handball as world glory to us in football (Ok, more than that!) Well done! Onwards and upwards!Canoeing: Rachel Cawthorn won two gold and a bronze at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany; Liam Heath and Jonathan Schofield took World Cup Gold in the Kayak double in Hungary, with Ed McKeever taking Gold in the Kayak singles at the same event; Liam and Jonathan followed with a repeat result in Germany, although a bronze this time for Ed. Fiona Pennie has taken silver and bronze in recent Slalom World Cup events.
We're just so terrible at sport, aren't we ;-)