The South African Charl Schwartzel won his third Alfred Dunhill Championship, the second row by winning Sunday with four strokes ahead of the runner, the Englishman Richard Finch, in the event of the European Tour FAPE to Malenane (South Africa).
Regular, no bogeys in the last three rounds, Schwartzel joined Friday the Danish Morten Orum Madsen tops the charts for the single store Saturday with failure co-leader, who had delivered a 7 above normal. Finch then pointed already to second place, 2 shots of the defending champion.
Schwartzel, who had won there for the first time in 2004, finished 68 shots Sunday, 4 under par, the same score as the first and second rounds, more than once during his -5 Saturday . In total, 271 to 17 under par. …continue reading
Michel Therrien argued Monday night that the strategic and emotional components have equal shares in the success of a team. As 50% Strategic is thriving in the Canadian coach sees that the aspect of “emotion-passion” remains at its highest level.
Thus, after the sixth win in seven games of the team, Therrien gave his players a second day off in three days. Only eight of them jumped on the ice in Brossard before the group’s departure to Newark, New Jersey. The Czech Tomas Plekanec was the number. Brandon Prust, George Parros, Francis Bouillon, Douglas Murray and Peter Budaj and young Ryan White and Michael Bournival were also loose muscles under the supervision of assistant coach Clément Jodoin.
The veteran forward Daniel Briere was absent, although it was the second player the least used the previous day (7:45), after Bournival (6:50). Prust (8:26) is the only other player on the team that took less than 10 minutes of playing time. …continue reading
Thanks to a brace from Arjen Robben, Bayern Munich easily mastered (2-0) on his lawn red lantern Brunswick to continue alone in the championship at the 14th day. With 38 points, the defending champion always has 4 points ahead of Leverkusen, winner of Nuremberg (3-0) and 7 always Dortmund who brought victory (3-1) in Mainz.
When Franck Ribery (coast) is not there, it’s Arjen Robben flaming! Faced with a limited opponent and very far from the level of the European champions Bayern outrageously dominated the first act and despite a few scares in the second half brought his record to 39 games without defeat in the Bundesliga!
Served by Mario Götze and Toni Kroos, Robben made the difference by opening the scoring after only 111 seconds of play to double the lead before the half-hour mark, scorer for the third time in a week after contributing to success Dortmund (3-0) and CSKA Moscow (3-1) on the European scene. …continue reading
Adam Scott had five birdies in his first six holes and he set a course record at Royal Sydney with a score of 62-under-par 10 on Thursday, which allowed him to take a three-stroke lead in the After the first round of the Australian Open.
Scott tries to become only the second golfer, after Robert Allenby in 2005 to win three tournaments in Australia importance during the same year.
Scott has reissued the old mark at Royal Sydney, who was 65 and had been established by five golfers at the Australian Open in 2008. After initial sequence birdies, Scott has managed his normal next eight holes before aligning birdies in his last four holes. …continue reading
By mutual agreement, the Lions of British Columbia and offensive coordinator Jacques Chapdelaine officially announced Wednesday that they had ended their partnership. The attack by Chapdelaine has experienced long sequences lethargic during the second half of the 2013 season after starting quarterback Travis Lulay was injured a shoulder.
The Lions, who lost to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the final of the West have been criticized for their lack of creativity under the guidance of Chapdelaine. Their ground game has also been virtually invisible for several games.
The head coach of the Lions, Mike Benevides has praised the work of Chapdelaine over the past few seasons, but has admitted that the time had come for the two parties to separate. The Quebecers aged 52 began his career with the Lions in 2003 as an instructor of wide receivers, and he was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2005 by former coach Wally Buono. …continue reading
In her first full season in the professional ranks, Eugenie Bouchard made a strong impression, rising from 114th to 32nd in the world. Athlete of Westmount has logically been proclaimed MVP in the country in 2013.
Bouchard, aged 19, was noted at Charleston tournament in April, when she played the quarterfinals after eliminating the passage rising star Laura Robson and Samantha Stosur, while the 9th World.
At her first appearance at a major Grand Slam at Roland Garros table, she lost in the second round against Maria Sharapova. Then at Wimbledon, she scored a victory at the expense of Ana Ivanovic (12) and went to the third round. …continue reading
The goalkeeper James Reimer conceded six goals on 21 shots and the Columbus Blue Jackets blanked the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-0 on Monday night after two successful a career-high 49 saves.
Cam Atkinson and RJ Umberger scored a goal each for the Blue Jackets (9-12-3) in an interval of 20 seconds in the first period. Jack Skille and Ryan Murray were then vibrating the ropes in an interval of 3:15 am the second third.
Ryan Johansen scored twice in the third period, and the Blue Jackets have enjoyed a third straight victory to cap a five-game trip outside (3-2-0). …continue reading
Even if they got a little help from the New York Giants, Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys have won an important game to further reduce the chances slim Giants make the playoffs.
Romo threw two touchdown passes and led a late sequence that set the table for an investment of 35 yards by Dan Bailey on the last play of the game to allow the Cowboys to sign a 24-21 victory Sunday to ending sequence of four victories Giants.
This win gave the Cowboys (6-5) to take possession of first place in the East Division of the National Association tied with the Philadelphia Eagles. …continue reading
Arsenal strengthened its leadership of the Premier League Saturday by beating Southampton (2-0) at home and keeps four points ahead of Liverpool, held in check at Everton (3-3) and Chelsea winner West Ham (3-0).
The 12th day of the Premier League has so far kept its promises. Packed with shocks, both during matches Saturday as those of Sunday, she did not disappoint.
Between the Mersey derby worthy of Hitchcock suspense by a doubled Olivier Giroud who wore alone Arsenal and a demonstration of attacking football from Chelsea, not to mention the second victory of the season only Crystal Palace, Hull (1-0), or a new object of Loic Remy in the success of Newcastle Norwich (2-1), there was reason to be satisfied. …continue reading
Raphael Diaz has not received an offer from the direction of the Canadian, but the defender of 27 years, he has already made his choice: Montreal is he wants to continue his career.
Diaz, without a contract for 2014-2015, is a part of the important issues that the director-general Marc Bergevin will have to manage in the course of the next few days, the next few weeks. But unlike the rumor that he has not received a formal offer from the Montreal direction.
“There have been preliminary discussions, Diaz explained yesterday in Washington, before meeting with the Capitals. But the real discussions have not yet been initiated. If the direction of Canadian wants me an offer during the season, I will listen and hear what is proposed certainly”. …continue reading