It seemed everyone wanted a piece of him at Crooked Stick. After jumping 49 spots to 10th in the FedExCup standings with last week's finish, he bumps another five to a coveted fifth-place ranking. "He has got the best attitude in golf". Day said he felt the pain after hitting his tee shot on the last hole of the front nine. They are telling statistics and the reason he will go to East Lake a firm favourite to not only win the tournament but also claim the $US10 million bonus on offer to ...
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony will kick off 300 hours of live streaming coverage on the Olympic Channel on September 7, at 6:00 p.m. BRT. While events such as swimming and athletics will be competitive, due to the lack of para-athletes in other disciplines many events will be demonstrations.
Czech tennis player Karolina Pliskova did something only a select few have done and that is beating both Venus and Serena Williams in the same tournament on her march in reaching the final of the US Open on Thursday. Though the German lost, she was confident that she would get another chance to prove she is the world number one. The keys will be a sharp serve and an aggressive attack, unlike in Cincinnati where she was "just pushing the balls".
But they could not find a leveller, while the excellent De Bruyne - whom Guardiola said "played an incredible, awesome game" - hit a post again with around 15 minutes to go. The 18-year-old forward was not introduced until half-time, by which time United were already 2-1 down. 'It was a penalty and a red card for (Claudio) Bravo.
Perez left the game with right triceps impingement. A massive flag was held across the outfield while the team played a video commemorating the attacks and the Braves-Mets game on September 21, 2001, at Shea Stadium - the first major sporting event held in NY after 9/11.
Pederson connected in the fifth and seventh innings, and Corey Seager and Justin Turner hit consecutive homers in the sixth, with Seager connecting for a two-run drive. Pierzynski's single. This week the Marlins travel to Atlanta and Philadelphia in must-win games. Miami won six of seven in the season series. Hitting stars for the Marlins were two of the usual suspects - Martin Prado and Christian Yelich , who each went 2 for 4.