So Tsz-ling She may not yet enjoy the world fame of cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze - but the 11-year-old does have more medals than her. So was the star of the 20-strong Hong Kong team at the World Transplant Games in Durban, South Africa. Multi-talented So, who was born with a liver defect, claimed golds for sprinting, long jump and bowling as well as a swimming silver and a bronze in badminton. Eddie Smith Jnr When his father took delivery of his Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S NART Spider at his North Carolina home in 1967, the young Smith could barely have imagined it would one day sell for US$27.5 million. But that's the price the ultra-rare car, one of just 10 of the model ever built, fetched when it went up for auction in California. But Smith shared the luck around - already a wealthy man, he donated every cent from the sale to charity. Don Shula The coach behind the most successful season in American football history finally got the reward lesser coaches have long been accustomed to - a trip to the White House. Shula led his 1972 Miami Dolphins - the only team to win every game in an NFL season - to the Oval Office at the invitation of US President Barack Obama, with a gift of a signed team jersey.