• Mcilroy just saying what we all think: Marko
Mcilroy just saying what we all think: Marko

Day, the No. 1 ranked player in the world who, like Johnson, also hits tee shots that look like missiles, also acknowledged Johnson's prowess on the eve of the British Open, which Johnson happened to lead through 36 holes past year at St. You've got to use a lot of your imagination. But knowing my way around here and hitting the ball well off the t...

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  • US Women's Open - Se Ri Pak's Victory Lap
US Women's Open - Se Ri Pak's Victory Lap

The last time the LPGA Tour had the stage to itself was in 2005 at Cherry Hills (Colorado) for the U.S. Women's Open, and the tour promised a great show and a big future. If there is to be a resurgence in the US fortunes, one must look elsewhere and there are plenty of places to look. Her best recent finish was 11th in this tournament previous ...

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  • Rio's shuttered Olympic anti-doping lab awaits WADA approval
Rio's shuttered Olympic anti-doping lab awaits WADA approval

Spieth, Day and Johnson have combined to win four of the last six majors, and McIlroy is now at No. 4 in the world. The mosquito-borne Zika virus has been linked to severe birth defects and possible neurological disorders in adults. I wouldn't be here if I didn't think I could win'. And when it was over, as he pushed back from the table, he said qu...

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  • Spurs great Tim Duncan retires from basketball
Spurs great Tim Duncan retires from basketball

Probably a top 5 all time player and undoubtedly a top 5 all time teammate", tweeted Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who played with Duncan in San Antonio . "Even tho I knew it was coming, I'm still moved by the news". He announced early in the season that it would be his last, allowing him a long and lengthy goodbye.

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  • Theresa May Becomes British Prime Minister
Theresa May Becomes British Prime Minister

The stage was Parliament and the weekly ritual of political theatrics known as Prime Minister's Questions was his final act on Wednesday. During a meeting with the Queen at Buckingham Palace, Cameron was to offer his resignation and recommend that Theresa May, his successor as leader of the Conservative Party, be entrusted with forming the next...

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  • Swing State Polls Deliver More Bad News for Hillary Rodham Clinton
Swing State Polls Deliver More Bad News for Hillary Rodham Clinton

The Real Clear Politics poll averages are: Clinton 46 to Trump's 44 percent in Pennsylvania , a 44 percent tie in Florida , and Clinton 45 to Trump's 43 percent in Ohio . First, on July 5, Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey condemned Clinton handling of classified information while secretary of state, calling it "extremely careless".

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  • Reid secures Wimbledon wheelchair singles title
Reid secures Wimbledon wheelchair singles title

While there is a bumper day of tennis in store the showpiece will be Murray, who by reaching his 11th grand slam final - his first against anyone other than Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic - eclipsed the British record previously held by Fred Perry.

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  • US Open champion Johnson likes his chances at Troon
US Open champion Johnson likes his chances at Troon

But at the same time, that's not the reason I got into golf . "I'm going to win more times than not". Johnson can't say , you know, "I've wanted to win an Olympic gold medal ever since I saw Tiger Woods win that gold medal in Sydney in 2000".

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  • West Ham star is worth £100m says David Sullivan
West Ham star is worth £100m says David Sullivan

The 79-year-old businessman, who has a net worth of £350 million and is also the owner and chairman of Gold Group International, owns a little over than 35 percent of West Ham's stake. "You make him as happy as you can", he replied when asked how he would keep hold of the 29-year-old, "He has a great relationship with the manager, which is very, ve...

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  • R&A disputes McIlroy on golf's anti-doping testing
R&A disputes McIlroy on golf's anti-doping testing

Olympic golf chief Peter Dawson, president of the International Golf Federation, called all the Zika-related talk "something of an overreaction" Tuesday during his news conference at Royal Troon. And there was talk about drug testing. "That's the way I'd like to frame it this particular time around". "You can't really pick up HGH (human growth horm...

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  • Federal court denies Brady's suspension appeal
Federal court denies Brady's suspension appeal

There is no right to a hearing en banc , and the petitions are rarely granted since they're reserved for cases of significant constitutional outcome. "The Supreme Court is a definite possibility and we are all very, very much committed to seeing that Tom Brady gets the justice which he is owed in this case, whatever it takes".

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  • Maroons believe NSW Blues will field best team for Game III
Maroons believe NSW Blues will field best team for Game III

CAMERON Smith has delivered an ice cold rebuke to NSW over a "disrespectful snub" that did not go unnoticed in the Queensland camp . "I don't want to get into a slanging match here but it was pretty disrespectful". But that incident was nothing compared to Andrew Fifita's brain snap, charging at a Queensland huddle after Gavin Cooper's touchdo...

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  • NSW win State of Origin III Michael Jennings try
NSW win State of Origin III Michael Jennings try

But NSW denied Queensland the clean sweep when Jennings danced over to score with less than two minutes left. But the Maroons were intent on putting the icing on one of the all-time great rugby league boilovers, with Brett Dallas scooting out of dummy-half and sprinting 90 metres for an unforgettable try .

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  • Outgoing UK PM Cameron urges successor May to stay close to EU
Outgoing UK PM Cameron urges successor May to stay close to EU

Newly appointed British Prime Minister Theresa May has begun assembling her new government, appointing Philip Hammond as Treasury chief. "Following the referendum, we face a time of great national change", May said. May will later visit the palace, where the queen will ask her to form a new government. May, 59, has been Britain's Home Secretar...

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  • Pokémon Go update fixes Google security issues
Pokémon Go update fixes Google security issues

Earlier this week we reported that Pokemon Go was slated for a worldwide release soon. It is even surpassing Twitter in active daily users. Reason being, the game is finally available in Germany, aside from Australia, New Zealand, and the USA which got it last week.

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  • Dallas Cowboys Headline List of Forbes' Most Valuable Sports Franchises
Dallas Cowboys Headline List of Forbes' Most Valuable Sports Franchises

The NFL franchise's rise to the top is based on a 25 per cent increase in value to $4billion, with Madrid - who had finished first in each of the last three years - second on $3.65bn after an upturn of 12%. Real Madrid (No. 2) and Barcelona (No. 3) round out the top three teams on the list. The most lucrative franchises tend to be the soccer powerh...

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  • Korean Park surges at US Women s Open golf
Korean Park surges at US Women s Open golf

Former UK women's golfer Mallory Blackwelder (2007-09) competed in the 2015 U.S. Women's Open. Ko, the Kiwi and world No 1, struggled off the tee for the majority of the final round at the CordeValle Golf Club in San Martin, California, and more often than not found herself hitting her second out of the rough.

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  • Wales progress to their first Euro SF
Wales progress to their first Euro SF

Manchester United great Giggs, a former Wales captain, was in no doubt of the signficance of his country's 3-1 win over Belgium, which set up a semi-final against Portugal. "It's a great example by everybody - my staff and my players - that if you believe, work hard enough and have talent, of course, you can find yourself in an incredible positio...

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  • Murray to face Raonic in final
Murray to face Raonic in final

Murray insists being the favourite will have no impact on his preparation against an opponent he has beaten in their last five encounters, including on grass just a few weeks ago in the final at Queen's Club. There was a moment of high drama in the fifth set with Federer serving at 1-2, as an exciting rally ended with Raonic hitting a forehand cro...

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  • Mats Hummels: Germany defender accepts penalties criticism
Mats Hummels: Germany defender accepts penalties criticism

It did - but only just. After a 1-1 draw, Goalkeeper Buffon took centre stage as a number of shots were missed by both sides, only for Jonas Hector to eventually convert the winning penalty to secure a 6-5 victory in Bordeaux . "They produced a very good performance, but this is football". They finally conceded a goal at the tournament when Bonu...

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