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May, 6, 2016

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Jordan Spieth made three birdies in his last nine holes to get himself within four strokes of the lead after the weather-delayed second round of the Singapore Open on Saturday.
 
Michelle Wie was stung by a bee Thursday in the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, and second-ranked Inbee Park withdrew because of back pain after the second-worst round of her LPGA Tour career.
 
The worst putt of the day for Zac Blair cost him the lead at the Sony Open on Saturday. It probably won't cost him that much sleep.
 
Vijay Singh had his best opening round in more than three years, good enough for a five-way share of the lead Thursday in the Sony Open.
 
Spieth opens new year in style with Kapalua win
The view from the top looks as spectacular as ever for Jordan Spieth.
 
Sharp as ever to start the new year, Jordan Spieth capped off another strong performance with a 10-foot eagle on Saturday for an 8-under 65, giving him a five-shot lead over Brooks Koepka going into the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
 
World No. 1 Jordan Spieth chipped in for an eagle and grabbed seven birdies in a nine-under par 64 on Friday to surge four strokes clear of the field after two rounds of the US PGA Tournament of Champions.
 
Jockey Tony McCoy, former Manchester United striker Denis Law, two-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome, and five-time world snooker champion Ronnie O'Sullivan are among United Kingdom sporting figures honored by Queen Elizabeth in her New Year list.
 
Tiger Woods reaches 40 with Nicklaus mark a distant dream
Tiger Woods reaches his 40th birthday on Wednesday, still recovering from a third back operation with no timetable for another golf comeback and reflective comments about ending his epic career.
 
Air guitar and air rock bands were trendy topics in the past, but now it's "air sports" that might just take off. People from grade schoolers to grandpas are crazy about air boxing these days, as well as air jump rope, which eschews a real rope, and air catch, which is played without a baseball. So what exactly makes these air exercises so fun?
 
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