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  • 18 Sep 2016
      A superb drive saw Nico Rosberg win Sunday’s 2016 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix after holding off a late charge from Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo by just 0.4s. With Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton finishing third, Rosberg now heads his team mate in the standings by eight points. Kimi Raikkonen narrowly missed out on a podium for Ferrari, while team mate Sebastian Vettel - voted Driver of the Day by fans - followed him home a strong fifth after starting from the back of the grid. Max Verstappen was sixth for Red Bull, ahead of McLaren's Fernando Alonso, with Force India’s Sergio Perez, Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat and Renault’s Kevin Magnussen completing the top ten. It was a race book-ended by drama. As Rosberg headed Ricciardo, Hamilton and Raikkonen into the first corner, Max Verstappen made a very slow start. And as Carlos Sainz took his Toro Rosso to the right of the Red Bull, he came into contact with Nico Hulkenberg’s Force India which was spun across the Dutchman’s bows and hard into the pit wall. The safety car was immediately deployed and caught some on their back foot when it went in after the second lap. Rosberg easily maintained an advantage over Ricciardo, to whom Hamilton could offer no challenge as he struggled throughout with brake temperatures. The leader had a similar problem, but was able to manage it more easily in his cleaner air. Stalemate briefly set in until Raikkonen snuck past Hamilton on the 33rd lap; the Finn was running Pirelli’s supersoft tyres, the Englishman softs, but the latter admitted he had made mistake over the bumps. Hamilton led only briefly on the 34th lap, as the three drivers ahead of him pitted, but then made his own stop. He was told he could use full power as he took another set of soft Pirelli tyres and began to move in on Raikkonen, who had taken the same rubber, but then Mercedes switched their second car to Plan B, which entailed a final stop for supersofts on the 45th lap. Ferrari covered that by bringing Raikkonen in for ultrasofts a lap later, but Hamilton crucially got the undercut to snatch back the final podium slot. Red Bull emulated their strategies and ignited the race as Ricciardo came in for supersofts on the 47th lap.
    1274 Posted by Moi Mojabi
  • 23 Jan 2017
      LA QUINTA, Calif. -- Welcome to the Monday Finish, where Hudson Swafford overcame the newest Mr. 59 and rain in the desert to claim his first PGA TOUR victory.   1. Hudson Swafford resides in Sea Island, Georgia, but his win in the Coachella Valley was born in the Coachella Valley.Swafford spends the early part of his new year in the California desert, getting his game geared up for the season ahead. This time around his time spent at the Hideaway Golf Club has paid off big time. He spoke of finding his game at the Hideaway during the Sony Open in Hawaii and proved it was more than rhetoric with his breakthrough display once he returned to the mainland. Another player who has a similar early year set-up in Jason Day… who coincidently returns to action at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open.
    1197 Posted by Moi Mojabi
  • 24 Apr 2017
    Defending champion Rafael Nadal easily beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1, 6-3 in an all-Spanish final on Sunday to win the Monte Carlo Masters for the 10th time and clinch the 70th title of his career. It was Nadal's first title of the season, having lost his previous three finals - two of those to Roger Federer. Nadal faced little opposition on his way to becoming the first player to win 10 tournaments at the same venue in the Open era, and the first to reach 50 on clay. He was previously level on clay titles with Argentine Guillermo Vilas  
    1156 Posted by Moi Mojabi
  • 16 Jan 2017
    Justin Thomas set a PGA TOUR scoring record at Waialae Country Club this week, cruising to a seven-shot victory over Justin Rose in the 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii. After winning the SBS Tournament of Champions last Sunday on Maui, Thomas, 23, fired a first-round 59 Thursday. He was the seventh TOUR player — and youngest by nearly four years — to break 60. Thomas closed with a 66 Sunday to finish at 27-under-par 253, breaking the TOUR’s 72-hole scoring record by a shot. Our 2017 Sony Open in Hawaii champion takes home $1,080,000. Thomas also became the first to open the year with back-to-back wins in Hawaii since Ernie Els in 2003. Thomas, 49-under par in 2017, was ranked 12th in the world heading into the Sony Open. He now has four PGA TOUR victories, three in his last five starts. He also set TOUR and tournament records for lowest 36-hole total (123) and tied Steve Stricker for lowest 54-hole PGA TOUR score (188). That was five shots better than the 54-hole Sony Open record. Thomas took a seven-stroke lead into the final round, the largest third-round advantage on the TOUR in 12 years. It was the biggest lead at Waialae Country Club since Jack Nicklaus was six up going into the final day in 1974.
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