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Cantlay teed off tied for the lead alongside Tony Finau on Friday and the American managed to stay top, albeit with more company. "Last year was kind of a hot day. "I wasn't very happy", Woods said simply. "I've got to clean up my card — too many bogeys out there". Woods played with Justin Thomas , who had a 69, and Rory McIlroy , who had a 71.
  • India choose to bowl against South Africa

    India choose to bowl against South Africa

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    That top ranking was taken by India , which already sealed the series victory, its ninth straight, before the emphatic performance at SuperSport Park. To boost Iyer's confidence, he can be promoted at No.3 in the last ODI to give him some time to build his innings while giving Kohli some much-needed rest.
  • Watch men's individual free skate figure skating online

    Watch men's individual free skate figure skating online

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    Competitors race down an ice course at high speeds head-first. "It's relief", Rippon said. And I am really happy today. Mainly I think it's because I've always kept a box of tissues decorated with a stuffed Pooh at rinkside, and when I was really little I had a cap with Pooh on it.
  • Wozniacki fury over opponent's 'unfair' grunting in Qatar win

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    Wozniacki hit 46 winners in a match free of controversy after the previous night on court when the Dane complained about her opponent Monica Niculescu's grunting. The woman Wozniacki beat in Melbourne, Simona Halep, is also through beating Anastasija Sevastova 6-4, 6-3, keeping alive the possibility of a replay of the Australian Open final.
  • Mark Dantonio contract extended through January 2024

    Mark Dantonio contract extended through January 2024

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    At this juncture, it appears that his job remains safe. A Michigan State basketball player is facing an accusation of sexual assault - a new complaint on top of all the past incidents that were recently reported that rocked the school's athletic department.
  • Jamaican women's bobsled coach quits, threatens to take team's sled

    Jamaican women's bobsled coach quits, threatens to take team's sled

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    Fast-forward to this year's Winter Olympics and check out the current female Jamaican bobsleigh team and you'll find that they've still got a flair for drama. Kiriasis' departure will not impact JBSF or its athletes' performance". "We are deeply disappointed in her decision to leave the program". When Jamaica announced in January that it would be sending a women's bobsled team to the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, it marked not only a historic moment for the Winter Games but a nostalgic one.
  • International Olympic Committee member involved in altercation with security

    International Olympic Committee member involved in altercation with security

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    The Telegraph reports that British IOC member Adam Pengilly is leaving South Korea "in disgrace" after the incident. Prior to Thursday, Pengilly was best known for his strong stance that Russian Federation should have been completely banned from the 2016 Rio Olympics, and more generally that the International Olympic Committee should have been tougher on Russian Federation in the wake of widespread state-sponsored doping.
  • Firmino declares Liverpool handling life without Coutinho

    Firmino declares Liverpool handling life without Coutinho

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    We are in Porto and that is the only thing. I don't like talking about the round after the round you are playing, in fact I hate it. PSG is a little bit different but I don't look at them, I only know it already that if we meet them we could beat them.
  • Roy Keane offers Paul Pogba some blunt Man United advice

    Roy Keane offers Paul Pogba some blunt Man United advice

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    What I would say is, at United, you're all main men. Paul accepts that he has not been playing well in the last few matches but that's all. "We dealt with the aggression last time we played them so I don't see why we can't deal with it this time out", added Lingard.
  • Jason Vargas, Mets agree to two-year deal

    Jason Vargas, Mets agree to two-year deal

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    The Royals did not extend a qualifying offer to Vargas after the 2017 season so they will not receive any compensation for Vargas signing with the Mets. This will be Vargas' second stint with the Mets. Vargas, who also missed the 2008 season with a torn labrum in his hip, is 85-81 with a 4.17 ERA in parts of 11 seasons spent with the Marlins , Mets, Mariners, Angels and Royals.
  • ESPN, FOX After Peyton Manning As Primetime Game Analyst

    ESPN, FOX After Peyton Manning As Primetime Game Analyst

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    According to the New York Post , both ESPN and Fox are going in hard to try and bring in Manning as the color analyst for their National Football League broadcasts. Manning has said he eventually wants to have partial ownership in a team with control of football operations, but the Post said he hasn't ruled out television while waiting for that opportunity to open up.
  • Bucks lose to Nuggets entering All-Star Break 134-123

    Bucks lose to Nuggets entering All-Star Break 134-123

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    When even Westbrook couldn't get close - he had previously recorded one in 21 minutes in 2014 - I certainly thought that Tucker's 17-minute triple-double might not be breakable. But the towering Greek power forward's efforts proved in vain against a fired-up Denver side. It also marked the most points allowed by the Bucks in a half this season.
  • Canada defeats South Korea 7-6 in men's Olympic curling

    Canada defeats South Korea 7-6 in men's Olympic curling

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    Sweden's Charlotte Kalla won silver for her second medal of the Pyeongchang Games. "They're the favourites and were 0-2". The Ottawa skip fell to 0-3 with an extra-end 9-8 loss to Denmark's Madeleine Dupont on Friday. "There's no other choice". A key point in the game came in the fifth end. A Danish player touched a stone in motion with her broom. That's what's called a burned rock - at that point the non-offending team, Canada, could decide whether to remove the rock or not.
  • Under Armour spikes after big revenue beat (UAA)

    Under Armour spikes after big revenue beat (UAA)

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    Shares of UAA moved downward with change of -1.05% to its 50-day Moving average. Shares of Under Armour were up during trading on Tuesday by nearly 16%. LLC bought a new stake in Under Armour during the 3rd quarter worth approximately $139,000. Excluding some items, earnings per share were flat. Investors have been unconvinced, pushing the shares down by a third in the past year and making the company the S&P 500's most shorted stock as of January 31.
  • Arizona cheerleader gets ejected for heckling an opponent during free throws

    Arizona cheerleader gets ejected for heckling an opponent during free throws

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    According to the rule book, cheerleaders can be ejected for making noise while the game is in progress . We're used to seeing players, coaches, and perhaps even fans get ejected from intense rivalry games when the juices get flowing. The ref wasn't having it. Arizona State guard Remy Martin was at the free throw line in the second half when the cheerleader's antics caught the attention of longtime Pac-12 official Randy McCall.
  • Team LeBron vs. Team Stephen

    Team LeBron vs. Team Stephen

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    Russell Westbrook is obviously the best bench player between either side, and lies on Team LeBron's side. Team LeBron and Team Stephen meet Sunday in the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center . "I wouldn't say their players are as strong as LeBron's players". Another reason one can expect Team Curry to triumph over Team LeBron is because of the reserves .
  • Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis falls short again at Winter Olympics, finishes fourth

    Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis falls short again at Winter Olympics, finishes fourth

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    Jacobellis crossed the line in fourth, just three hundredths of a second behind bronze medalist Eva Samkova , who crossed the line while falling over. She played to raise money for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on the show, and made it to the finals . Twelve years ago Jacobellis, as you may recall, was responsible for one of the most infamous gaffes in Olympic history.
  • Swiss Athletes Hit By Norovirus Outbreak

    Swiss Athletes Hit By Norovirus Outbreak

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    The freestyle skiers were taken away from the rest of the team after being diagnosed, the Swiss team said. Boesch's Instagram video showing him hanging from the railing of an escalator by one hand, allowing it to pull him up, went viral this week.
  • Cubs star offers support at vigil in Florida in wake of shooting

    Cubs star offers support at vigil in Florida in wake of shooting

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    After the vigil concluded, Rizzo declined to speak with reporters. He is expected back by then. Rizzo just donated $150,000 and hosted a fundraising event through his foundation to provide adequate lighting for the baseball and softball fields at Stoneman Douglas, where he starred in high school.
  • Real Madrid Ready To Pounce For Liverpool Goalkeeping Target

    Real Madrid Ready To Pounce For Liverpool Goalkeeping Target

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    A lot rests on how far the club go in the Champions League, as the prize money from getting to the quarter finals could help the club balance the books for next season. Jurgen Klopp now has Loris Karius between the sticks after he deposed previous No.1 Simon Mignolet . Jurgen Klopp is ready to stick by Loris Karius this summer despite speculation that Liverpool will seek a new goalkeeper.
  • Florida High School Shooter Belonged to White Nationalist Group

    Florida High School Shooter Belonged to White Nationalist Group

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    Ex-student, identified as Nikolas Cruz , walked into the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, near Miami, on Wednesday and opened fire on students. It advocates creating a "white ethnostate" in Florida. In December, William Atchison (who was later reported as a white supremacist ) allegedly killed two students before shooting himself in New Mexico.