Stand-out results from the female athletes head a strong showing from the Red Bull team this week.
The UK's Rachel Atherton continued her dominant downhill mountain biking season at the UCI World Cup in Vallnord, Andorra. Rachel kept up her 100% record so far by taking first place again to add to her victories in Fort William and Val di Sole. Her brother, Gee Atherton, placed second in the Men's downhill; the first time he has finished off the top of the podium in the World Cup so far this year.
Across the other side of the world, in Auckland, New Zealand, Colombia's Mariana Pajón took the honours in the women's time trials at the UCI BMX World Championships. French rider Joris Daudet claimed the silver medal in the men's version of the event.
The boys and their bikes were not going to be beaten though, with Martin Söderström taking first place in the MTB Slopestyle event at the Colorado Freeride Festival over in the USA.
Also taking home the prizes and plaudits was Daniel Sandoval, who won the Vans 2013 US Open BMX Invitational at Huntington Beach in California.
Off the bikes and on to the beach now, where the FIVB Long Beach Grand Slam was taking place; the first pro beach volleyball event to be held in the USA for over a decade. There was plenty to cheer about for local fans too, as the USA's Phil Dalhausser and Sean Rosenthal took gold in the men's competition.
The women's final was an all-Brazilian affair, with sisters Maria Clara Salgado and Carolina Salgado losing out to compatriots Taiana Lima and Talita Antunes.
To MotoX now, where the GP action moved to Germany. The weekend's action saw Tony Cairoli wrap up his ninth win of the season in the MX1. In MX2, the Red Bull KTM team's domination is even greater, where Jeffrey Herlings claimed a 13th successive victory and team-mate Jordi Tixier took second spot behind him.
Over at the US Pro MX Championship at Spring Creek, Minnesota the weekend's race action saw James Stewart end the recent domination of Ryan Dungey as he claimed his first outdoor victory of the year. Dungey eventually had to settle for third place.
At the Hungarian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel claimed the third place on the podium, but there was also plenty for the Red Bull Junior Team to cheer in the GP3. Young Russian driver Daniil Kvyat placed third in the first race, while his team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr went one better in the second of the two races.
Finally, we're over in Australia where Red Bull Racing Australia's Jamie Whincup took the first of the three races at the Queensland Raceway, to extend his overall lead in the V8 Supercars Championship. Team-mate Craig Lowndes also put in a strong performance to keep himself in the race for the championship.