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Molinari plots course through the mayhem to win Open

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland Francesco Molinari kept the coolest head in Carnoustie as he steered a steady course through a wild afternoon of nailbiting tension at the British Open on Sunday to become the first Italian major champion.

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Motor racing - Vettel says he will not lose sleep over 'small mistake'

HOCKENHEIM, Germany Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel said he would still sleep soundly despite a mistake that cost him a home German Grand Prix win at Hockenheim and the Formula One championship lead on Sunday.

Formula One 22 Jul 2018

Golf - Schauffele fast emerging as player for big occasion

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland Xander Schauffele is rapidly emerging as a player for the big occasion and he was the final threat to Francesco Molinari on a wild British Open Sunday.

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Golf - Spieth says game is back, despite Open blowout

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland Jordan Spieth pronounced himself "back in business" on Sunday despite falling short in his quest to join an elite list of players to win consecutive British Opens.

22 Jul 2018

Tennis - Johnson beats Ramkumar to win Newport title

American third seed Steve Johnson beat first-time ATP finalist Indian Ramkumar Ramanathan 7-5 3-6 6-2 at the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, Rhode Island on Sunday for his fourth career title and second of 2018.

Tennis 22 Jul 2018

Cycling - Sky woes continue as Moscon kicked out of Tour

CARCASSONNE, France, Team Sky's rough ride on the Tour de France continued when their Italian rider Gianni Moscon was thrown out of the race for hitting another rider during the 15th stage on Sunday.

22 Jul 2018

Place your bets - on sports 20 Jun 2018

Legal sports betting could soon come to a state near you after last month’s Supreme Court ruling opened the doors to states that want to regulate and tax the activity. But there are a lot of unanswered questions about where and how legal sports wagering will roll out, and how much money the states – and bookmakers like William Hill – stand to receive from it. Digital editor Amy Tennery talks with reporter Hilary Russ, who was in New Jersey’s Monmouth Park Racetrack to cover the excitement over t Full Article

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