• Strong start, rough finish for Adam Hadwin at US Open
Strong start, rough finish for Adam Hadwin at US Open

Open history, showed its teeth. Koepka moved away from the field with successive birdies at the 14, 15 and 16 holes, and it meant that he could play the 17 and 18 safe in the knowledge that nobody was going to catch him. Justin Thomas had set a new record on the Saturday to put himself into contention. Scheffler finished ahead of Texas A&M's Cam...

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  • Lions team unveiled to face Hurricanes
Lions team unveiled to face Hurricanes

Boss Warren Gatland wanted the Lions to "suffocate" New Zealand , but in the end the tourists were comprehensively bested in the physicality stakes. "He's been unlucky with injuries and knocks", said Gatland of the England lock. "What he's implying is we are deliberately going out to injure somebody, and that's not the case".

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  • Chile survive Australia scare to make semis
Chile survive Australia scare to make semis

The drama came on a landmark day for Joachim Loew , who was able to celebrate his 100th win as Germany's head coach in his 150th game in charge. Federation Internationale de Football Association officials will have been alarmed when Colombian referee Wilmar Roldan initially sent the wrong player off, Sebastien Siani , on the advice of the ...

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  • Hamilton secures pole in Canada
Hamilton secures pole in Canada

Williams' Lance Stroll earned his first points in F1 career ahead of his home crowd after finishing 9th, ahead of Romain Grosjean's Haas. "I think Mercedes was very strong, but then they had a completely different race", Vettel said. Max Verstappen surged from fifth to second, clipping Vettel's front wing on his way past before Felipe Massa ...

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  • ICC wants to send World XI to Pakistan
ICC wants to send World XI to Pakistan

Chappell in his recent remarks said that no worldwide cricket at all in Pakistan is preventing progress of the country's cricket. All the matches would take place in Lahore and be accorded full Twenty20 worldwide status, the ICC said, adding "further details will be announced in due course".

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  • Magic buys into Ball hype as Lakers look to rebuild
Magic buys into Ball hype as Lakers look to rebuild

They needed an all around playmaker in the backcourt and that's what they got. Thibodeau coached Butler from 2011 to 2015. Zach LaVine has impressed early in his career, but is recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Since 2003, the 76ers have won only one playoff series, and they have only one winning season since 2005. He wanted to...

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  • Cameroon's hopes dented by Australia draw
Cameroon's hopes dented by Australia draw

Australia has fought back to draw 1-1 with Cameroon in the Confederations Cup . Loew revealed in Saturday's press conference there is a question mark over Liverpool midfielder Emre Can , who rolled an ankle in training, although centre-back Antonio Ruediger will start.

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  • Chile into Confederations Cup semis after draw with profligate Australia
Chile into Confederations Cup semis after draw with profligate Australia

But the damage was really done 14 minutes earlier when Ernest Mabouka was sent off. Germany brought a very young and inexperienced squad to the tournament as their coach chose to leave out nearly all the team which won the World Cup in 2014.

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  • Lance Stroll:
Lance Stroll: "I'm Lost For Words Right Now"

Ferrari's Vettel, who seemed infuriated with Hamilton after the British driver slowed on the exit of Turn 15 under safety vehicle conditions after a red-flag stoppage, collided with the triple world champion's Mercedes and was hit was a 10-second stop-go penalty, which saw him drop from second to ninth.

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  • Ricciardo wins wild Formula One Azerbaijan GP
Ricciardo wins wild Formula One Azerbaijan GP

It's what you expect in go karts. "It was just a insane race, with all the safety cars and the chaos", Ricciardo said. "He brake-tested me!" an angry Vettel said over auto radio, while Hamilton argued differently. I said yesterday after crashing in qualifying that anything could still happen. It was an extraordinary performance from Stroll,...

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  • Gatland says All Blacks targeting Murray with 'dangerous' dives
Gatland says All Blacks targeting Murray with 'dangerous' dives

Victory put New Zealand , who have not lost a Test at Eden Park since 1994, 1-0 up in the three-match series ahead of next Saturday's clash in Wellington. The All Blacks were very good in the set piece in Auckland. Alun Wyn Jones was replaced by Maro Itoje after less than 50 minutes of a frustrating showing against the All Blacks.

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  • British & Irish Lions 2017: Warren Gatland criticism of All Blacks 'desperate'
British & Irish Lions 2017: Warren Gatland criticism of All Blacks 'desperate'

The Lions made 165 tackles to the All Blacks' 97, while Smith made nearly double the passes of counterpart Conor Murray. However, it was the Kiwi forwards who strangled the Lions at the scrum and line-out as Steve Hansen's side outmuscled their opponents.

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  • Confederations Cup: Portugal beat New Zealand to enter semi-finals
Confederations Cup: Portugal beat New Zealand to enter semi-finals

An inevitable third goal came in the 80th when Andre Silva dribbled deep into the New Zealand penalty area to score with a rising shot. Portugal defender Pepe will miss the semi-final after being booked for a reckless challenge in the middle of the field in the second half, his second yellow card of the tournament .

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  • Stephen Curry says he
Stephen Curry says he "wouldn't" visit White House, if invited

Tyrone Lee Jones didn't take any chances, he set up his encampment on the grass at Lake Merritt 18 hours before the start of the celebration. Surely Kevin Durant , the newly-minted NBA Finals MVP who joined the Warriors after their record 73-win season, has a different take on his own championship squad.

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  • Jordan Spieth Holes Bunker Shot To Win Travelers Playoff
Jordan Spieth Holes Bunker Shot To Win Travelers Playoff

Spieth hit his first six fairways and got his first birdie of the day on the sixth hole, when he chipped in from 30 feet behind the green. But then he blasted out and the ball bounced twice on the green and rolled three feet into the cup.

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  • Spieth birdies 18 to keep Travelers lead
Spieth birdies 18 to keep Travelers lead

Daniel Berger , who had a three stroke lead after three rounds here at the Travelers a year ago, is third and two strokes off the pace. After predicting earlier that it would take a score of 16 under to win, the two-time major champion took a 12-under 198 total into the final round.

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  • Azerbaijan GP: Raikkonen hits out at Bottas after another lap one clash
Azerbaijan GP: Raikkonen hits out at Bottas after another lap one clash

But Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari was given a penalty for risky driving and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes had to stop due to his headrest coming loose and presenting a safety issue. He was forced to pit by race control to change his headrest which had come loose and was a safety issue. Ricciardo admitted on the podium it was a race he never sa...

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  • Toni Nadal lauds `brilliant` Rafa post record 10th French Open triumph
Toni Nadal lauds `brilliant` Rafa post record 10th French Open triumph

Rafael Nadal defeated Stan Wawrinka in straight sets Sunday in the final match of the tennis French Open , winning the grand slam for the 10th time in his career. The integrity of Queen's remains intact however, with world No. 1 Andy Murray committed to defending his title. With the win, Nadal also extended his head-to-head lead over W...

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  • Lance Stroll thrilled by maiden F1 podium at Baku
Lance Stroll thrilled by maiden F1 podium at Baku

Pushed for an answer, Vettel continued: "Well, I think it was very deliberate for him to brake check me, I don't think he is that kind of guy". Hamilton, who was leading after making a clean start from the 66th pole position of his career, had initially slowed to avoid the slow-moving safety vehicle ahead of him, an action that may have caused Ve...

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  • Team NZ fighting back in America's Cup
Team NZ fighting back in America's Cup

After the Americans won their first race in the first-to-seven format match yesterday, the Kiwis could have been excused for a few nerves, with memories of their San Francisco capitulation four years ago still haunting them. "We didn't sail particularly well today but it was great to walk away with another win". Spithill's fightback in San Fran...

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