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  • Jim Furyk Steals the Limelight at Travelers with PGA's First-Ever 58

    Jim Furyk Steals the Limelight at Travelers with PGA's First-Ever 58

    Jim Furyk set a PGA Tour record Sunday, shooting a 58 during the final round of the Travelers Championship. They always have, but that's probably the best I've also played for them. Seong took the lead with a birdie on the par-5 25th hole and won the par-4 29th with a birdie for a 2-up advantage. He gave one shot back at the par-3 16th, almost hitting his tee shot into the water.

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  • Vail Resorts to buy Canada's Whistler Blackcomb

    Vail Resorts' chairman and CEO, Rob Katz, seemed excited about the opportunity to add the world famous resort to the company's collection while simultaneously seeing the need to preserve the resort's unique identity. Vail operates nine mountain resorts and two ski areas in the USA and Australia, making Whistler Blackcomb its first foray into Canada. Whistler shareholders who are Canadian residents may choose, for tax purposes, to receive for each Whistler share an equivalent exchange ratio ...

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  • Durant, US clobber China to open up Rio run

    Durant, US clobber China to open up Rio run

    DeMarcus Cousins scored 17 points for the U.S. team while Paul George had 15 and Kyrie Irving had 12. Team USA got off to a rousing start in the Olympics with an easy 119-62 victory, which is pretty much exactly the opposite of how it shot the ball immediately after tipoff against China on Saturday.

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  • Rio 2016: Boomers Smash France 87-66, Raising Hope Of Medal Prospects

    Gold medal favourites Australia made a flying start in the rugby sevens, brushing aside Fiji 36-0 and Colombia 53-0 as the sport made its Olympic debut. Irving is Victorian by birth, as his American father Drederick was playing semi-professional basketball in Melbourne at the time before the family moved back to the United States a few years later.

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  • Cards Fall to Braves 13-5 at Busch Stadium

    Garcia pitched eight shutout innings, allowing just three hits while striking out 11 Braves. The 35-year-old Hernandez, who is 70-98 in 268 major-league appearances (217 starts), went 3-5 in 20 games (11 starts) with Houston last season.The 24-year-old Martinez has shown last season's performance (14-7, 3.01 ERA) was not a fluke, entering the weekend ranked eighth in the National League in WAR (3.6) while lowering his hits per nine innings from 8.4 to 7.4.

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  • USA add to Venezuela's misery with a Rio rout

    Team USA Rowing's Kate Bertko competed in the lightweight women's double sculls at 9:40 a.m. Midway through the second quarter, Team USA turned the ball over 8 times . For the second game in a row, the United States looked sluggish off of the first tip, but for the second game in a row, the United States would recover to rout the opposition.

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  • Brewers fall to Braves in extra, 4-3

    Right-hander Zach Davies turned in yet another quality start for the Brewers , going seven innings and allowing three runs. "The 0-2 (pitch) to Markakis wasn't high enough or in enough for 0-2", Davies said. "Frustrated a little bit with my outing but at the same time, I can take some positives from it". TWINS 3, ASTROS 1: At Minneapolis, Tyler Duffey pitched six effective innings and Minnesota took advantage of two misplays by center fielder Carlos Gomez in a three-run fifth.

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  • Murray has no medical concerns ahead of Games

    Murray was nominated by British Tennis for the role, with cyclist Bradley Wiggins reportedly ruled himself out of the opportunity. Murray follows on from fellow Scot, six-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy, who led the team out at London four years ago.

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  • Boxer Michael O'Reilly admits taking supplement

    Boxer Michael O'Reilly admits taking supplement

    O'Reilly said he was given the supplement "by someone unrelated to his team or association". . Sources close to O'Reilly indicated that he is set to fly home from Brazil in order to fight his case through an appeal process, rather than request to have his "B" sample tested, as was originally suggested.

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  • Lucroy, Jeffress dealt from Brewers to Rangers

    Brinson, 22, is the 2nd-best prospect in the Rangers' system according to MLB.com , as well as the 21st-best prospect in all of baseball. In return, the Rangers sent the Brewers their number two and three overall prospects, outfielder Lewis Brinson , pitcher Luis Ortiz , and a player to be named later.

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  • Sonny Bill Williams injured, ruled out of Olympic tournament

    Sonny Bill Williams' dream of Olympic gold is over after the All Black star suffered an achilles rupture during his side's shock defeat by Japan in the opening round of the sevens event in Rio. "It's still pretty unbelievable and I am just shocked to be honest". Lemeki felt their dejected opponents took his side lightly, while the result meant the world No.15-ranked side were now serious medal contenders.

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  • Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten tweets hospital photo after horrific crash

    At least that's what this guy thought judging by him mansplaining how to do so... Warning: graphic content. Cyclist Annemiek Van Vleuten crashes during the women's road race. Her teammate Evelyn Stevens, however, is a likely candidate to take out van der Breggen. British rider Lizzie Amitstead finished fifth after her contentious entry in the race.

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  • Miller's blast lifts Rays over Royals

    Miller's blast lifts Rays over Royals

    Perez has 20 RBIs in his past 20 games and a 14-game hitting streak against Tampa Bay. The moves come a day after the Cardinals got regulars Brandon Moss and Jhonny Peralta back from injury and put shortstop Aledmys Diaz on the DL with a broken right thumb.

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  • West Ham breaks club's transfer record to sign Ayew

    West Ham breaks club's transfer record to sign Ayew

    An agreement over personal terms appear to be close as West Ham hope to finalise a deal, with the club apparently in talks over doubling his current wages. Further to this, a £120,000-per-week contract offer to lure Carlos Bacca to the London Stadium has been mooted, but reports claim that Ghezzal is a player they also want.

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  • Women's rugby star regrets costly yellow card in Rio final

    We're making history here, and it's a credit to World Rugby for jumping on board the International Olympic Committee and I can't wait to see where it goes, it's going leaps and bounds, so it's going to be awesome". After falling behind to fellow rugby powerhouse New Zealand, the Aussies stormed back for the historic 24×17 victory, outscoring the Kiwis four tries to three with two tries coming while New Zealand was a player down.

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  • Britain's Thomas added to individual time trial

    A number of competitors withdrew from the event having crashed out in a dramatic men's road race on Saturday, leaving space open for Thomas to be included. The 30-year-old, who still finished the best-placed British rider in 11th, had been left in limbo to see whether he could compete in Wednesday's time trial as he waited to see whether Team GB were handed an extra spot.

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  • Sonny Bill Williams out of Olympics sevens

    Fast, powerful and with quick footwork, Woodman had proved deadly when receiving the ball in one-on-one situations and crossed for two hat-tricks and nine tries prior to the final. "I wasn't entirely sure rugby was for me". Caslick said the chemistry the team had developed over the past year had given them the belief that the gold would be theirs.

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  • Minnesota's New Preschool Program to Launch Soon

    Minnesota's New Preschool Program to Launch Soon

    Here's a map of the districts that applied and received state funding (in orange), districts that applied but didn't get funding (in cream) and the districts in white didn't apply. "Minnesota schools and families want voluntary pre-kindergarten, and our children need it to succeed", Dayton said Monday. Minnesota lawmakers passed a statewide kindergarten program in 2013.

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  • Person of interest: Swimming Canada's best-kept secret, Penny Oleksiak

    Person of interest: Swimming Canada's best-kept secret, Penny Oleksiak

    Bronze medalist Sandrine Mainville, Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck and Penny Oleksiak of Canada pose during the medal ceremony for Final of the Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay. Like I said, we're so proud of you her. I thought, use them for experience. Her coach, Ben Titley, knew he had a special talent on his hands, but Swimming Canada underplayed Oleksiak's potential ahead of Rio, not wanting her to feel too much pressure.

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  • Rio Olympics get ratings bump, still down from 2012 games

    And in total, 43 Olympic medals -12 gold, 16 silver, and 15 bronze- have been awarded to former members of the Women of Troy's Swim team. Hungary's Katinka Hosszu, known in swimming circles as the "Iron Lady" for her ability to crank out grueling programs successfully, took her first Olympic medal after three prior appearances in the Games.

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  • Canada downs Britain, wins rugby sevens bronze

    Joanne Fa'avesi extended the lead by scoring a try just moments after being substituted into the match. "Sevens is a brutal game, and Canada executed better than we did". "They're a unsafe team", Tait said of the Australians. Karen Paquin , Bianca Farella and Kelly Russell had the other tries for Canada, which took a commanding 26-5 half-time advantage.

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  • Tim Tebow To Workout For MLB Teams, Per Report

    Tebow , who is working for ESPN's SEC Network , hit.494 with four home runs as a junior at Florida's Nease High, according to NFL.com . Tebow, 28, has not played professional football in several years and is an ESPN college football analyst.

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  • Bogut leads Australia to 86-66 victory over France in opener

    U.S. plays Australia next so I doubt Barnes gets more burn there. Cuban's beef with global play, however, didn't stop him from allowing his newest star, center Andrew Bogut , to represent Australia in Rio. The game featured three Jazzmen, with Ingles being the only one to earn a win. "We just wanted to send a statement to the rest of the world". "But Bogut's defensive ability is pretty special".

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  • Zidane not taking any risks with Benzema

    Zidane not taking any risks with Benzema

    Zinedine Zidane starts his first full season with Real Madrid and will be looking to lift his second trophy already after the Champions League triumph in May, but he will have to do it without many of his star players. "I am happy that we are getting started". It may seem arguable, but Real Madrid has a complete team at the moment. It has also been a productive time for Sevilla , albeit one of pretty major upheaval - something they've become used to dealing with almost every year ...

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  • Russia banned from Paralympics over state-backed doping

    The President of the Russian Paralympic Committee Vladimir Lukin speaks during a news conference in Moscow, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) stopped short of banning all Russian sportspeople from Rio and said on Sunday 278 of the original 387-strong Russian team would be able to compete after being cleared by their individual sports federations.

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  • Where The Locals Go: Visiting The Olympic Park Made For Brazilians

    Where The Locals Go: Visiting The Olympic Park Made For Brazilians

    Ghulam Mustafa Bashir of Pakistan led his contingent during the opening ceremony of RIO Olympics. In addition to Atlantic Avenue, the street that runs along Copacabana Beach, and other areas in Rio's most emblematic district, the soldiers will also reinforce security at the Santos Dumont airport, the newly reconfigured facility that is one of the main legacies of the city's hosting of the Olympic Games.

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  • Neil Walker's home run gives Mets win over Tigers

    He gave up a two-out double to J.D. Martinez and then intentionally walked Justin Upton. Since July 1, he is 5-0 in seven starts with a 1.85 ERA. Dillon Overton (1-2) starts for the Athletics, who snapped a five-game skid Thursday night and are last in the AL West.

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  • Donald Trump: I wouldn't put money into stocks right now

    The letter read: "The undersigned individuals have all served in senior national security and/or foreign policy positions in Republican Administrations, from Richard Nixon to George W. It also gives pause to all those in the middle, including moderate Republicans, who are really unsure about Trump right now. Philips Zelikow, the top advisor to the former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice organized the statement.

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  • Michel Temer skips Opening Ceremony introduction

    Michel Temer skips Opening Ceremony introduction

    After one of the roughest-ever rides from vote to games by an Olympic host, the city of beaches, carnival, grinding poverty and sun-kissed wealth opened the two-week games of the 31st Olympiad with a high-energy gala celebration of Brazil's can-do spirit, biodiversity and melting pot history.

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  • Rio is ready to rock with the Summer Olympics

    Rio is ready to rock with the Summer Olympics

    Apple is reportedly gearing up to announce and launch the iPhone 7 next month, something that shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone who has been following the iPhone 7 or, indeed, Apple . The sensors will take picture as well as capture colour differently. Other reports suggest that the next-generation A10 processor will be used on the new iPhone .

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