• Justin Thomas makes history with record score but lags behind Brian Harman
Justin Thomas makes history with record score but lags behind Brian Harman

Open golf tournament Sunday, June 18, 2017 , at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis. China's Li Haotong, who on Friday became the first player from mainland China to make the cut at a major, bombed out of contention with a 10-over-par 82. Unable to get up and down Harman bogeyed to leave Koepka clear on 13 under. At this year's Masters, he entered the final...

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  • Eoin Morgan: England did not lose to Pakistan because of over confidence
Eoin Morgan: England did not lose to Pakistan because of over confidence

Speaking about what led to the turnaround after the India game, he said, "After India, every game was a knockout game, I said to the players to just play your game". We knew that we were going to play on a used wicket at some stage in this tournament, and certainly we found out the other day that today was going to be on a used wicket.

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  • Real Madrid show support for Cristiano Ronaldo over tax fraud accusations
Real Madrid show support for Cristiano Ronaldo over tax fraud accusations

They presented a report and he was accused of four different counts for tax fraud, including 14.768.897 €. Despite the accusations, Ronaldo's agents, GestiFute , maintain that he is up to date on his taxes . Real Madrid have declared that they are "absolutely convinced" that Cristiano Ronaldo will demonstrate his innocence over allegatio...

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  • Warriors Draymond Green takes shot at Cavaliers during championship parade
Warriors Draymond Green takes shot at Cavaliers during championship parade

LeBron James will take the attention, just not when it comes to Draymond Green's suddenly favorite "superteam" argument. The Golden State forward wore a T-shirt with the word "Quickie" and the Larry O'Brien Trophy. James said he had talked to his teammates about cutting his hair for months. "It's like, this is the greatest day you could h...

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  • Jordan Spieth finishes US Open on a high note
Jordan Spieth finishes US Open on a high note

The 24-year-old's round is the lowest in relation to par in the 117-year history of the US Open , while he is only the 28th player to shoot a 63 in a major. He made the eagle to get his name in the record book. Provided the rain stays away, Brandt Snedeker believes the course will get dry and fast enough to create a little more separation.

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  • LSU names Scalise honorary CWS coach, will send game ball
LSU names Scalise honorary CWS coach, will send game ball

It's not often you see something like Duplantis going from first to home without a ball being hit. "I felt like I was right on top of that". That caused Martin in 1994 during a news conference to try and make a peace offering by saying: "This is for all the Nebraska people: Unless we meet on New Year's Night, go Big Red!" In the third, Duplantis ...

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  • Favorites Portugal, Mexico meet early in Confederations Cup
Favorites Portugal, Mexico meet early in Confederations Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo has made his first public remarks since news broke of his desire to leave Real Madrid , though he made sure only to focus on Portugal's latest match against Mexico . Overall a point each was a fair result. As is often the case, Ronaldo thundered his set-piece straight at the wall after lining up for it, but showed excelle...

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  • Toyota settle in as Le Mans leaders
Toyota settle in as Le Mans leaders

The No.26 G-Drive LMP2 auto started on pole after a mighty effort from F2 racer Alex Lynn, but the team's race quickly unravelled when Roman Rusinov slipped to 14th on the first lap, before a spin and trip to the pits for a nose change. "Last year we almost won it with a good fight during the race". Lapierre again tried to limp around a full la...

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  • Justin Thomas makes US Open history
Justin Thomas makes US Open history

Erin Hills, with wide fairways that are unprecedented for a U.S. Open, has allowed players to mash drivers like Mike Trout. And at the end of the day add them up and see how you do. "Wasn't exactly seeing that, but I'm looking forward to hearing about that when I get back to the house since J.T. and I are staying together". "Every time I've been ...

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  • IFAB proposes radical changes
IFAB proposes radical changes

In the potential new format, the clock would be stop as there was any break in play - with Ifab claiming a regular 90-minute match only sees around 60 minutes of playing time. The proposals already being tested include the idea of only allowing captains to speak to referees to prevent match officials being mobbed. "It is a radical document", Ifab...

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  • Twins select Royce Lewis first overall
Twins select Royce Lewis first overall

The Yankees grabbed SC right-hander Clarke Schmidt at No. 16 after he had Tommy John surgery this spring. The 17-year-old has been a star on the mound and at shortstop for his California high school . "I'm just going to go out there and compete and challenge and pound the zone and go after guys like I know I can and like everybody else knows I can...

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  • Warren Gatland facing Lions selection conundrum in midfield
Warren Gatland facing Lions selection conundrum in midfield

Should the Crusaders inflict defeat on such a strong side, it could leave the Lions in disarray and send Gatland scurrying back the drawing board to sketch out a Plan B with only three matches to iron out the details before facing the All Blacks.

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  • Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor: From improbable to official
Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor: From improbable to official

Mayweather is the strong favourite but Holm, who will face Brazil's Bethe Correia in Singapore , said fights can be unpredictable. The unorthodox nature of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's super-fight will make it the richest boxing match in history, according to industry insiders.

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  • Lackey, Rizzo lead Cubs to win over Pirates
Lackey, Rizzo lead Cubs to win over Pirates

Madden still liked what he saw from the clubhouse. Classic." Maddon said. "It's not a mechanical issue. "We had good at-bats up and down the lineup". I saw it tonight during this game". "It's very weird - you can pitch very similar and get lots of different results sometimes". It's just about execution.

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  • Brian Harman looks for major breakthrough at US Open
Brian Harman looks for major breakthrough at US Open

Thomas capped off his record day on the 667-yard 18th hole with the prettiest 3-wood he ever hit, stopping 8 feet away on a green where some players struggled to land a wedge. That he could begin a Saturday stashed in 24th place alongside eight other golfers and bolt to the fore in his pink trousers on a rain-softened, light-winded course , did no...

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  • NBA Draft 2017: How many picks do Warriors have?
NBA Draft 2017: How many picks do Warriors have?

Sure, the Warriors missed becoming the first undefeated champion, but 16-1 still gave Golden State the best winning percentage of any title team at.941. Instead, he focused on the other end of the floor. "There's a respect for the institution, for the office; there's a respect for our government that I think you have to take into account, regar...

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  • Bellinger, Puig power Dodgers over Tribe
Bellinger, Puig power Dodgers over Tribe

The three-game set between the two teams ended on Wednesday night. Los Angeles has won a season-high six consecutive games and the accomplished the feat on the 91st birthday of legendary Dodger pitcher Don Newcombe. "People were talking to me before the home run, and they talked to me after the home run", he claimed . With the score tied at ...

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  • Ronaldo kept away from media spotlight after Portugal draw with Mexico
Ronaldo kept away from media spotlight after Portugal draw with Mexico

Ricardo Quaresma opened the scoring for Portugal in the 34th minute on a magical assist from Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo . Substitute Cedric Soares looked like being the European champions' hero with his 86th-minute deflected shot , but Moreno's header from a corner spoiled the Southampton defender's celebration of his first global...

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  • Arnold Palmer's 1960 US Open win honored at Erin
Arnold Palmer's 1960 US Open win honored at Erin

He had 310 yards to the hole when he hit 3-wood that could have led to big trouble if he went too far long or left. Justin wasn't the only one who tore Erin Hills a new one; pretty much everyone did. After three days of benign conditions which have led to a feast of low-scoring, Mother Nature struck back with a vengeance on Sunday, lashing the ch...

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  • Abysmal India come crashing down against Pakistan in ICC Champions Trophy final
Abysmal India come crashing down against Pakistan in ICC Champions Trophy final

Amir, who missed Pakistan's semi-final win over England with a back spasm, had taken two wickets for four runs in eight balls and India were six for two. His departure proved to be a bad omen for the Indians as the only other time he had been dismissed in this year's Champions Trophy - against Sri Lanka in the group stage - the holders also...

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  • Super save (for bogey) keeps Fleetwood smiling at US Open
Super save (for bogey) keeps Fleetwood smiling at US Open

Justin Thomas is tied for second after becoming the first man to shoot a nine-under-par round at the US Open and the fifth 63 in its 117-year history. Open. I'd love to have another one of those. That shot hit halfway up and trickled back down the hill. "I just get a little shaky and jittery on putts and that's what happened on 15".

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  • Infantino: Not time to think about future of Confed Cup
Infantino: Not time to think about future of Confed Cup

Stanislav Cherchesov says Vladimir Putin's rousing speech at the FIFA Confederations Cup opening ceremony gave Russian Federation extra motivation to defeat New Zealand. Cherchesov felt president Putin's pre-match speech, which ended with the proclamation, "Dear friends, let us watch football". Who will come out on top in the battle of the man...

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  • India bowl against Pakistan in Champions Trophy final
India bowl against Pakistan in Champions Trophy final

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur is confident his side's group-stage "aberration" against title-holders India will have no bearing when they face their arch-rivals again in Sunday's Champions Trophy final at the Oval. Pakistan bowler Hasan Ali took three wickets, including the final wicket of Jasprit Bumrah caught by Pakistan Captain ...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo keen on Man Utd return
Cristiano Ronaldo keen on Man Utd return

Real Madrid said on Thursday that they were confident the Portuguese forward had acted legally. The same paper claims that Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino could now turn his attention to United's Chris Smalling after losing out to Leicester City for £17m defender Harry Maguire.

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  • India vs Pakistan: Sports has no boundaries Dhoni holds Sarfraz Ahmed's son
India vs Pakistan: Sports has no boundaries Dhoni holds Sarfraz Ahmed's son

June 14, Cardiff: Beat England by 8 wkts - Hasan, in the absence of the injured Amir (back spasm) produces a superb skilled display in taking three wickets as previously unbeaten tournament hosts England are dismissed for 211. The Green Shirts had entered as the lowest-ranked team in the tournament, with nobody predicting they would go on to lif...

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  • Fleetwood pictures changed life with Open win
Fleetwood pictures changed life with Open win

Australian Marc Leishman had raced up the leaderboard through his opening 10 holes before a double bogey at the par-4 12th saw him let slip a chance to catch the leaders. "But I just felt like I could get it up in the air enough to hold the green as soft as they were". If Harman can keep his tremendous pace going, he might not have to worry about...

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  • Wales hold narrow lead over Tonga at break
Wales hold narrow lead over Tonga at break

McBryde also commented on rumours that the Lions will be calling up players from his squad, with Gatland understood to be keen to ensure that none of his test squad have to play twice in a week. Tonga: David Halaifonua; Nafi Tu'itavake (Kiti Taimani, 71), Siale Piutau, Vili Tahitu'a (Kali Hala, 61), Cooper Vuna; Latiume Fosita, Sonatane Takulua; L...

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  • Fowler back in the thick of it at US Open
Fowler back in the thick of it at US Open

He still built a six-shot lead through 36 holes, despite hitting his tee shot into the ocean on the 18th hole and salvaging bogey. Up ahead, fans were cheering on Koepka . In Hawaii in January in the first round at the Sony Open , he scalded to the sport's seventh-ever competitive 59, finishing that, too, with an eagle.

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  • India wins the toss and chooses to bowl
India wins the toss and chooses to bowl

Mohammad Amir (3-16), who sat out the semi-final win over England with a back spasm, then dismissed Virat Kohli for five as India's top order folded to 54-5. Leg-spinner Shadab took a wicket with his sixth ball when Yuvraj Singh (22) was lbw, although it needed a Pakistan review of an original not out decision.

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  • Paul Casey fights back after nightmare start to second round
Paul Casey fights back after nightmare start to second round

The 21-year-old Kim is charging up the leaderboard in the second round of the U.S. Open. "It doesn't need to be too much of a change for this golf course to play pretty hard", said Casey. "It's still Saturday - 36 holes is a very long time in a U.S. Open". Hideki Matsuyama had quite a day at Erin Hills. There have been no reports yet of anyone ...

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  • Pakistan sink India by 180 runs to lift maiden Champions Trophy
Pakistan sink India by 180 runs to lift maiden Champions Trophy

Sania Mirza congratulated Indian Hockey team on win over Pakistan . "I'm really happy for all of Pakistan because they've been waiting for this for a very long time". But while trying to slog the medium pacer Hardik Pandy's delivery, Zaman was caught by Ravindra Jadeja , who ran from the point to take a brilliant catch at the square on the ...

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  • Eric Decker, former Jets receiver, agrees to terms with Tennessee Titans
Eric Decker, former Jets receiver, agrees to terms with Tennessee Titans

He has 33 touchdowns in the red zone since 2012, second in the National Football League only to Brandon Marshall (35) in that span. Minnesota made an investment Laquon Treadwell after drafting him in the first round previous year and his development would have like slowed if the Vikings were able to land Decker.

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  • Morgan unbowed as befuddled England fluff their lines
Morgan unbowed as befuddled England fluff their lines

Morgan denied that England had been complacent after dominant victories over Bangladesh, New Zealand and world champions Australia in the group stage and a run of 11 wins in their last 12 one-day internationals. Facing a barrage of short deliveries, left-hander Fakhar was hit on the head by Wood, but also caused chaos with pulls to the boundary ...

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  • Pres. Trump acknowledges he's being investigated
Pres. Trump acknowledges he's being investigated

The tweet on Friday was the first official confirmation by Trump that he himself is under investigation. CNN is suing the Justice Department for copies of fired FBI Director James Comey's personal memos on his interactions with President Donald Trump .

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  • Kite looks back on windy final round at Pebble
Kite looks back on windy final round at Pebble

Not even the wind could stop the onslaught of low scores at Erin Hills. Everyone near the top had it going. What's also fascinating about that, of course , is that to do this, Thomas had to eagle the 18th hole, a 670-yard par 5 the likes of which Miller never encountered.

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