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Saturday, November 21, 2015
Dad's nerve and son's high expectations
There were times when Davis Love III and Davis Love IV made it seem like any other round of golf they have played at Sea Island.
Dan Halldorson, the Canadian who won the 1980 Pensacola Open for his lone PGA Tour title and played on two World Cup championship teams, has died. He was 63.
Erik Karlsson wasn't going to take responsibility for his team's victory on Thursday night, even if he did supply all the offense.
Karlsson offense earns win for Senators
The risk of a terrorist attack is the main security fear at the Rio Olympics, a top official said Thursday, with the Paris attacks highlighting the potential for Brazil to be sucked into conflict for the first time with Islamic extremists.
Outspoken Australian Eddie Jones has already masterminded the biggest shock in Rugby World Cup history and now he has taken on a monumental task in trying to revive England.
Mahiro: child karate protege in Sia music video
She has a soft spot for Duffy the Disney Bear and her favorite food is chocolate. She does her homework before dinner, but what she really loves are skateboarding, playing video games and bouncing on her trampoline.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Rockets win first game since coach was sacked
Houston guard James Harden scored 45 points, including all nine for his team in overtime as the Rockets followed the abrupt sacking of coach Kevin McHale with a 108-103 NBA victory over Portland on Wednesday.
Nadal too hot at Tour Finals as Scotland's Murray melts
Rafael Nadal showed he was getting back to his best as he crushed Andy Murray at the World Tour Finals on Wednesday with an impressive 6-4, 6-1 victory.
Neymar breaks out of Messi's shadow ahead of El Clasico
During Brazilian star Neymar's two-and-a-half year spell at Barcelona, there has been one continuous soundbite from the softly spoken 23-year-old: "I'm here to learn from the best."
New Zealand teen star Lydia Ko and South Korea's seven-time major winner Park In-bee will fight for the LPGA's top prizes this week at the season-ending Tour Championship.
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