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How the Masters was won: Breaking down Tiger Woods' remarkable triumph

How the Masters was won: Breaking down Tiger Woods' remarkable triumph
  • Chinese GP driver ratings FWC: Chinese GP driver ratings

    You can never count Lewis Hamilton out. The world champion was off the pace all weekend – two tenths off the best time in Practice One, seven tenths off in P2, and eighth tenths off in P3. But for qualifying, the ever-intuitive Hamilton changed his driving style and pulled a final lap out of the bag to finish just 0.023s…

  • Morning briefing: Yasiel Puig still inspiring classic moments, quotes and bobbleheads FWC: Morning briefing: Yasiel Puig still inspiring classic moments, quotes and bobbleheads

    Picture the mood at Dodger Stadium if Yasiel Puig were ineligible to play for the Cincinnati Reds against the Dodgers on Monday night in his anticipated return. Puig was slapped with a two-game suspension for his part in an April 7 tussle between the Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park…

  • The ESPN Daily: Tiger Tiger, burning bright FWC: The ESPN Daily: Tiger Tiger, burning bright

    A daily rundown of the top stories in sports.

  • Serena 'inspired' by Woods' win FWC: Serena ‘inspired’ by Woods’ win

    From one sporting great to another, Serena Williams said she was so “inspired” by Tiger Woods winning his 15th major title, and a first in 11 years, at the Masters on Sunday.

  • The Lightning Look Like Toast FWC: The Lightning Look Like Toast

    “We’re still playing Tuesday. We’re still alive.” That’s Lightning head coach Jon Cooper giving an exhaustive list of everything positive about this opening-round series for Tampa, which could indeed end on Tuesday, just not in a way he or anyone else could have ever predicted.Read more…

  • Blake Griffin injury update: Pistons star (knee) to miss all of Bucks series, report says FWC: Blake Griffin injury update: Pistons star (knee) to miss all of Bucks series, report says

    Griffin had a career season, leading the Pistons to the playoffs, but without him they were blown out by the Bucks in Game 1.

  • How mathematicians are trying to make NFL schedules fairer FWC: How mathematicians are trying to make NFL schedules fairer

    In an effort to reduce schedule disadvantages among its 32 teams, the NFL turned to University at Buffalo researchers.

  • The Lightning Look Like Toast FWC: The Lightning Look Like Toast

    “We’re still playing Tuesday. We’re still alive.” That’s Lightning head coach Jon Cooper giving an exhaustive list of everything positive about this opening-round series for Tampa, which could indeed end on Tuesday, just not in a way he or anyone else could have ever predicted.Read more…