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Blimp goes down at US Open

The CEO of the blimp's operator AirSign , a Florida-based company, Patrick Walsh credited crew chief Matt Schmidt with saving pilot Trevor Thompson's life. A blimp crashes during the first round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Thursday, June 15, 2017, near Erin Hills in Erin, Wis. AirSign, an advertising company, operates the blimp. Read More »

LeBron James Debuts New Look, Shows Off Shaved Head In Workout Video

In 2010, LeBron James made a decision to take his talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat . Either LeBron James has a very short memory, or he does not consider the Miami Heat's two NBA Championship teams on which he played "super-teams", despite the fact his teammates included six-time All-Star Dwyane Wade , five-time All-Star Chris Bosh, and 10-time All-Star Ray Allen. Read More »

Blimp flying over US Open crashes

Maynard said he had no more information on the pilot's status or what caused the accident. The blimp went down about 11:20 a.m. near Highway 83 and Highway 167. No one else was hurt as the craft went down in a field about a half-mile from the Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wisconsin. "I've never seen a plane crash, blimp crash, anything like that". Read More »

Champions Trophy Semifinal: Sunny Day Awaits Both India and Bangladesh

Bangladesh had earlier scored 264 for seven against some tight and restrictive bowling by the Indian pacers and spinners. Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza said his team would learn from the experience. We don't know what is going to be the result, but once you can play at your best, you know that you are going to play at your best and things can change. Read More »

Ryan Shazier: League has "Patriots problem"

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This is something that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier boldly put out there as a public service announcement. "They have a good strategy in what they want to do". He was selected at 30th overall by the Steelers as their number one pick and is seemingly set to only get better the more time he spends with the Steelers defensive unit led by Keith Butler . Read More »

Birthday girl Ostapenko claims first French Open final spot

During the first set of three tennis players have exchanged breaks, and at the tiebreak constantly attacked Ostapenko has played a more reliable and took the lead. Jelena Ostapenko celebrates a point during Thursday's semifinal match against Timea Bacsinszky . Did he give up in the last set? Ostapenko won despite having 43 unforcd errors to Bacsinszky's 19. Read More »

Blimp crashes at US Open, pilot taken to hospital

Open in Wisconsin, injuring the pilot. Mickelson had kept fans and officials guessing nearly down to the wire, hanging on to the long shot hope that storms might delay the start of the year's second major and allow him to attend the graduation and then fly from San Diego to Wisconsin to make his tee time. Read More »

Joe Root bids to learn from Champions Trophy agony

England's Champions League dream fell apart as Pakistan thrashed Eoin Morgan's side by eight wickets in the semi-final at Cardiff . England are determined to channel the frustrations of Cardiff and resume their upward curve in one-day global cricket en route to the 2019 World Cup. Read More »

TV blimp catches fire and crashes at US Open

The USGA said on its official Twitter account that the blimp was not affiliated with the tournament or with Fox, which is televising it. A handful of fans at the U.S. near Highway 83 and Highway 167. The company that operates the blimp says the only person aboard, the pilot, was "OK", but being taken to a hospital. Read More »

Canadiens acquire Drouin from Lightning

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One of the NHL's other 30 teams made a decision to get a head start on player swapping Thursday, however, as the Tampa Bay Lightning dealt left winger Jonathan Drouin and a conditional sixth-round draft pick to the Montreal Canadiens for defenseman Mikhail Sergachev and a conditional second-rounder. Read More »

Unseeded Ostapenko stuns Halep to claim maiden grand slam title

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Now that Ostapenko has one Slam under her belt, she is hungry for more. "Sometimes I felt like a spectator", the defeated third seed told a news conference. Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko kisses the cup after defeating Romania's Simona Halep in their final match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Saturday, June 10, 2017 in Paris . Read More »

Blimp crashes near US Open course

It was a disgusting sight. Golfer Brandt Snedeker said he spotted something while on the course at Erin Hills, about 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee. They posted: "A blimp unaffiliated with the #USOpen or @ FOXSports has crashed near Erin Hills". "It just gives you a whole new perspective on things", he said. Read More »

Pakistan elect to bowl against England

In the first semi-final of ICC Champions Trophy 2017, Pakistan's bowling unit surprised the host nation England , with some brilliant bowling. The final is at The Oval on Sunday. Fakhar Zaman could be the only bright spark for Pakistan at the top of the order while skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has the ability to thrive under pressure situations. Read More »

Donnarumma must explain AC Milan contract snub - Galli

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The player appreciated it and made its findings which were related not only to the economic component, but also under the influence of personal and team perspectives. Juventus goalkeeper Neto could land with Serie A rivals AC Milan as the Rossoneri prepare for life after Gianluigi Donnarumma . "Naturally, the decision leaves a bitter taste in the mouth, but now we have to go forward and Milan go forward". Read More »

Aberdeen boss McInnes declines Sunderland switch

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An agreement had been reached between the two clubs over a compensation package should McInnes have made a decision to move to the North-East, but the Scot has decided that he still has unfinished business at Pittodrie . Sunderland chief executive Martin Bain had wooed McInnes and appeared to be on course to land his target. Aberdeen have announced that they have "reluctantly" granted permission to Sunderland to speak to their manager Derek McInnes . Read More »

Lewis Hamilton wins his sixth Canadian Grand Prix title

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It was bad that we didn't spot it. "I think Ferrari had the edge this weekend", he added. Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton produced a moment of Montreal magic on Saturday to put his Mercedes on pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix and equal Ayrton Senna's career haul of 65. Read More »

Konta through to Nottingham quarter-finals

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Konta, surprisingly beaten in the French Open first round by world No 109 Hsieh Su-Wei, coped better with Nottingham's windy conditions as she forged 4-0 ahead in the opening set. The British No.1 made a blistering start to the first set, breaking the Wickmayer serve twice to establish early dominance. Finding her consistency again, Konta powered on to another 4-0 lead. Read More »

Pilot 'okay' after blimp crashes at US Open

Fowler, who was 25 over par for his previous four rounds in the US Open , started from the 10th and birdied the 11th, 12th, 14th and 18th to reach the turn in 32, before picking up further shots on the first, second and seventh. No left-hander has ever won the U.S. Open but Harman, victor of the Wells Fargo last month, put himself in the hunt with a bogey-free round. "I've been swinging really well". Read More »

McGregor V Mayweather - It's On!

Bennett did not confirm as yet that McGregor will a get a boxing license from the state administrators, though that now seems a formality. The two fighters have gone back and forth for almost a year regarding a potential showdown with both men previously stating they each wanted $US100 million ($A132 million) for the fight. Read More »

Everton 'closing in on M'Baye Niang deal'

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Forza Italian Football aims to provide you with as much up-to-date and insightful Serie A and Calcio content as we can whether it be videos on FIFtv, our weekly podcast, and written articles. The Frenchman, however, decided to make return to AC Milan at the end of his loan spell in the Premier League but Vincenzo Montella has no long term plans for him at the San Siro. Read More »

Nadal wins record 10th French Open title

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Nadal lost a grand total of 35 games throughout the tournament, the second fewest by any man at any major in the best-of-five-set Open Era (six 1968). At 32, Wawrinka is the oldest men's finalist in Paris since 1973. He becomes the third player to ever win a Slam in his teens, 20s and 30s. Wawrinka , who may have been feeling the effects of an epic semi-final against Andy Murray , started slowly and could not get into the match. Read More »

Courtois' Chelsea contract talks stall over £200k wage demands

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Courtois spoke recently of wanting a " good deal " as a reward for his good form this season and success overall since returning to the club in 2014 from a three-year loan at Atletico Madrid. The negotiations over Thibaut Courtois' new contract at Chelsea have stalled over the goalkeeper's wage demands and, without further talks scheduled, he could start the season without a deal being reached. Read More »