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Ryder cup glory for the americans at hazeltine
After an exhilarating 3 days of golf, the Americans were victorious at Hazeltine. After the whitewash dealt by the Americans in the first foursomes on Friday, the Europeans had it all to fight for. On Saturday Europe fought hard to get the score to 9½ – 6½ with another miracle on the cards.
As the Sunday singles started there was plenty of blue on the board with Europe leading in seven of the 12 singles matches. It was not meant to be, however, and Ryan Moore beat Lee Westwood on the 18th green to seal an American victory with the final score being 17 – 11.
Ricciardo takes malaysian gp after hamilton suffers engine failure
Despite dominating the race, Lewis Hamilton was dealt a heavy blow when his engine failed on lap 43 – taking him completely out of the race.
Both Red Bull cars were then brought in for fresh tyres and told to race until the finish. Ricciardo successfully held Verstappen off for the last 13 laps of the race to seal the victory. Though Rosberg finished in third place, he’s extended his lead to 23 points ahead of Hamilton.
Aidan O’Brien secures a one-two-three in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
Jockey, Ryan Moore rode Found to victory at the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. This weekend’s win has given trainer, Aidan O’Brien, a clean sweep for the year. Highland Reel, jockeyed by Seamie Heffernan, came second and Frankie Dettori rode Order of St George to claim third place.
Aidan O’Brien has managed one-two-three’s in classic races before, but this achievement at the “Arc” is one of his best. With these incredible performances, there’s a lot to look forward to at the Investec Derby Festival at Epsom in 2017.
Blake Bortles stars in nfl victory at wembley
Blake Bortles brought home 3 touch downs to help the Jaguars to a triumphant 30–27 victory against the Colts. The Colts fought back in the third quarter, but it wasn’t enough to defeat the Jaguars.
With more than 83,000 fans attending the game at Wembley, the rise of popularity in NFL matches is clear. The next game in the UK between the New York Jets and the Los Angeles Rams on the 23 October at Twickenham stadium promises to be just as, if not more, electric!