Month: June 2019

ROGERS, Ark. — Sung Hyun Park two-putted for birdie on the par-5 18th to win the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship on Sunday for her second LPGA Tour victory of the season and seventh overall. The 25-year-old Park is projected to move from second to first in the world ranking on Monday. She will take the
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CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks are hoping a familiar face can help them get back to the playoffs. The Blackhawks reacquired Andrew Shaw in a trade with Montreal on Sunday, bringing back the pesky forward just three years after they shipped him to the Canadiens. The 27-year-old Shaw had 19 goals and a career-high 28
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South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout clinched his first European Tour title in style with a six-shot victory at the Andalucia Masters in Spain on Sunday. Bezuidenhout shot a closing even-par 71 at Valderrama to finish well clear of a group of five, and earn a spot in next month’s British Open in the process. “I’m really
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Wimbledon is likely bracing for a volatile women’s singles tournament, given the state of the WTA Tour. The men might provide some unanticipated fireworks too. That’s because some unusual suspects have been playing excellent tennis. “Even six, seven years ago, it was, if you were seeded in the Slams, you were feeling protected,” 34-year-old Gilles
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In its 17-year history, Cage Warriors has paved the way to the UFC for nearly 100 fighters. On June 29, for the first time since the inaugural Cage Warriors championships were unveiled in 2005, six of the coveted titles — considered “golden tickets” to the UFC — were put on the line in London, England
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England coach Phil Neville explains why he admires USWNT star Megan Rapinoe and laughs about when she broke his Apple Watch during a game in 2018. Megan Rapinoe chats with ESPN about the United States’ World Cup quarterfinal win vs. France and how she’s handled the attention on her this week. Kate Markgraf and Sebastian
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3:15 AM ET Marc RaimondiESPN Junior dos Santos was the polished boxer, the former UFC heavyweight champion. He had the pedigree. But Francis Ngannou had the raw punching power. In the end, that’s all that mattered. Ngannou crushed dos Santos with a combination of looping, crushing punches early on — a right hook followed by
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