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Emotional Hamilton lost for words with Senna helmet

To receive this is a great honour. "In the five years I've been with this team I've never seen such great teamwork and communication, we're all just talking more than ever and it's great today to be able to see the fruits of that hard work and it's not just chat for nothing", Hamilton said. Read More »

PK Subban says Predators will right ship at home, win Game 3


Seven Predators fired shots on goal in that span, and none of them got one past Penguins goalie Matt Murray. "So we're going back home , we're going to win the next game, and then we'll see what happens from there". The 22-year-old former stick boy for Kessel has stunned the league and forcefully inserted himself into this year's Conn Smythe conversation. "He leads through his play ", said Sullivan. Read More »

Hamilton takes Montreal pole with scintillating, sexy lap

Asked whether surpassing Senna's marks meant more than Schumacher's, Hamilton said: "I haven't got to the 68 of Michael so I can't really say". The British driver finished more than three tenths of a second clear of Vettel , whom he trails by 25 points in the championship race, with Valtteri Bottas to line up in third. Read More »

Belmont win was plenty compelling for Tapwrit's team

Most of his rivals were in trouble as they turned for home but Tapwrit, with jockey Jose Ortiz at the helm, emerged from just off the pace with a strong challenge. George Patton after 6 furlongs, and still in control at a mile, timed in 1:38.95, which was more than four seconds slower than the late, great Secretariat ran in 1973. Read More »

France knocked out of America's Cup sailing by dominant New Zealand


Oracle skipper Jimmy Spihill twisted the knife in Team New Zealand, and has even claimed he has a leak in the Kiwi camp. Later Saturday, Oracle faced Land Rover BAR in the final race of round robin two. Wins earn one point, and the four Challengers with the most points advance to the next round. "We clearly had some issues controlling that daggerboard and we knew we had a big race coming up against France and made a decision to give our guys a chance to fix the issue, which they did ... Read More »

Chris Woakes ruled out of ICC Champions Trophy with side strain

The 28-year-old posted bowling figures of 0-35, having contributed three runs in the seven-wicket defeat to the Proteas. England go into the game knowing victory would see them progress from Group A into the semi-finals of the tournament, with Finn keen to play his part in helping achieve that. Read More »

Golden State takes 3-0 lead with 118-113 win


The Golden State Warriors bounced back with a dagger win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Wednesday night's Game 3 of the NBA Finals , winning 118-113. And they will have the chance to do so because of Durant, the man who has turned an already great team into arguably the greatest in National Basketball Association history - one that feels like the living embodiment of a video game cheat code. Read More »

Land Rover Bar Move Closer To America's Cup Final

The delay will come as a relief for Team NZ, handing them an extra day to get their boat back in shape and psychologically recover from the shock of yesterday's dramatic capsize. "Once they got in front it was always going to be hard to claw it back", said Barker, who said he hoped the SoftBank Team would return to challenge in the next America's Cup. Read More »

IndyCar race at Texas red-flagged after big crash

The IndyCar race at Texas resumed after being red-flagged almost 31 minutes Saturday night to clean up after an accident involving nine cars in the third and fourth turns. "I guess I'm getting blamed for everything". "When you're the guy in the middle, it's tough". "I thought it was good racing". We should be coming to Texas. Read More »

Where to Watch Stanley Cup online


Since the Predators are headed back to Bridgestone Arena for Game 6, Rinne will nearly certainly be back in the net. The Penguins scored on the ensuing power play as Crosby set up Justin Schultz , and Pittsburgh comfortably rolled from there with three goals in the first period that chased goaltender Pekka Rinne from the game. Read More »

Mattek-Sands, Safarova claim fifth major title in Paris


The duo also claimed the doubles title at Roland Garros in 2015. Mattek-Sands and Safarova were also champions at this year's Australian Open . Mattek-Sands is the No. With this win, the Spaniard took the sole second place on the all-time list for most Grand Slam titles won with his 15th trophy of career, reports Xinhua news agency. Read More »

'King of Clay' Rafael Nadal wins record 10th title

Nadal was simply unstoppable as he roared past Stan Wawrinka and he became the outright second-most successful player of all-time as he moved onto a total of 15 Slams. From there, it was all downhill. Realizing that Wawrinka was on the ascendency, Nadal upped the ante and went another break up in the very next game that saw the Swiss miss four game points to go a second break down. Read More »

Jake Guentzel, Matt Murray lead Penguins to more thievery


The Predators have a 7-1 record at home this postseason. The Penguins were looking to come to Nashville with a two-game win streak. Returning home should provide a boost for both Rinne and the Predators. Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has issued a statement saying the charges against 36-year-old Nolensville resident Jacob Waddell might have been a little too harsh. Read More »

French Open king Nadal hails Uncle Toni after 10th French Open title

The French Open legend was simply at his best and Wawrinka seemed helpless against an unstoppable Rafael Nadal. From then on Wawrinka painted the picture of a defeated man as he could only manage 2 points in the next two games as Nadal became the first male player in history to achieve La Decima (10th title) at the same Slam. Read More »

Pittsburgh Penguins: Getting Back to Playing Our Style of Hockey

That pattern has continued into the Final, especially in net. But Pittsburgh's 6-0 win in Game 5 was the second true blowout of the series and the fourth decided by three or more goals. That honor goes to the MVP of the Stanley Cup playoffs. "It's disappointing, for sure", Rinne said. "Just living my dream right now". In game three, they held Sidney Crosby and Yevgeni Malkin shot-less, something that's only happened a few times in their entire career playing together. Read More »

Arsenal star Laurent Koscielny hints at Marseille transfer move


Koscielny's latest comments, though, are not likely to go down too well, because he claimed to enjoy the fact that Marseille are tracking him. Koscielny was a relative unknown when he moved to Arsenal from Lorient in 2010 but the Frenchman has built a reputation as one of the top centre-backs in the league. Read More »

Cavs end Warriors' ideal post-season run in Game 4

Golden State is an 8.5-point betting favorite in Game 5, via OddsShark , and the over/under is 231.5. Golden State brought a 3-1 lead back west but then took the floor without Green , who was suspended for accumulation of flagrant foul points, and couldn't stop LeBron James or Irving. Read More »

Liverpool End Interest In Van Dijk And Apologise To Southampton In Statement


Liverpool have today released a statement apologising to Southampton following widespread reports in the media that Virgil van Dijk had chosen Anfield and signalled that they have ended any interest in the player. But after selling key players such as Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana , Nathaniel Clyne and Sadio Mane to the Reds in recent seasons Saints were in no mood to do further business. Read More »

Pogba answers critics who've questioned his Man Utd displays


Pogba had plenty of critics to contend with during his first season back at United, but he played a key role in the club's capture of the League Cup and Europa League . "It's true that the results weren't as positive as we'd wished, but we reached our goals". He trusted and defended me. "[Jose] was very clear on the players he wanted and it was good to see that we went out and got them quickly. Read More »

Power wins wild IndyCar race at Texas under caution

Some even were going three-wide, whether they meant to or not. Race victor Will Power said he'd told the series in advance that a pack race was possible based on the new conditions for this Texas race. The series leader was in the hunt for the win at the latest round of the series at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday (NZ Time), but was involved in a crash with five laps to go. Read More »

Oxlade-Chamberlain opens up on how Victor Moses' dive happened


We think we can do it for the whole season but we need to improve and we know that. You can have traumatic injuries and it doesn't depend on the work. Rather than blame Moses, Conte has said that the player is not a "cheat" but was most probably "tired". Diego Costa levelled for the below-par Blues after Victor Moses had picked up a second yellow card for diving in the Arsenal box, only to see Aaron Ramsey head home the decisive goal three minutes later. Read More »

'Wenger to extend stay at Arsenal by two years'


Gunners fans will be desperate for a league title challenge next year as they have not won the top flight since the 2003/04 season. A formal announcement from Arsenal confirming that Wenger has made a decision to stay is expected on Wednesday, the BBC reported. Read More »

Preds Still Believe Going Into Game 6


Pittsburgh, the defending champions, could become the first back-to-back Stanley Cup winners since the Detroit Red Wings won in 1997 and 1998. Crosby went without a shot on net in Game 3, something that the Predators hope to replicate again. Read More »

Wahab Riaz to be sent home due to injury


I finished well. India-Pakistan is always a big game, and I think it has set us up really well. The Mumbai Indian's star all rounder had no idea that he would be sent in to bat ahead of Dhoni. "We were in control for 40 overs but we lost the plot in the last eight overs", the wicket-keeper added after what was the opening Group B match for both the Asian giants in a tournament featuring the world s top eight one-day worldwide teams. Read More »