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Matt Kuchar apologizes, to pay caddie $50,000

More Sports / Golf Feb 16, 2019

Matt Kuchar apologizes, to pay caddie $50,000

Matt Kuchar apologized Friday for what he said were insensitive comments about the caddie he used at the Mayakoba Classic in Mexico last fall and said he would pay the $50,000 the caddie requested. He also said he would make a donation to the tournament ...

Australia tops Japan in Sydney SailGP final

More Sports Feb 16, 2019

Australia tops Japan in Sydney SailGP final

Tom Slingsby and his Australia high-speed catamaran won the opening Sydney SailGP event, finishing first in four of the five races and then winning the championship match race over Japan on Saturday. After the first of five events, Australia leads the standings with 48 points. ...

Kristoffersen topples sick Hirscher, wins giant slalom

More Sports / Winter Sports Feb 16, 2019

Kristoffersen topples sick Hirscher, wins giant slalom

Norwegian skiing is in safe hands, even with its beloved king now in retirement. Henrik Kristoffersen gave Norway its second individual gold medal of the world championships by toppling an under-the-weather Marcel Hirscher to win the giant slalom on Friday. With Kjetil Jansrud also victorious in ...

More Sports / Tennis Feb 15, 2019

Japan drawn against France, Serbia in Davis Cup finals

Japan was drawn Thursday against top-seeded France and Serbia in Pool A for November's Davis Cup finals. The International Tennis Federation's new format for the competition divides 18 teams into six pools. The six winners and the two best second-place teams will advance to the ...

Japan, Australia dominate first day of SailGP in Sydney

More Sports Feb 15, 2019

Japan, Australia dominate first day of SailGP in Sydney

Olympic gold medalists Tom Slingsby and Nathan Outteridge dominated the opening day of the inaugural SailGP races for their respective teams in light winds on Sydney Harbour. Japan, skippered by Outteridge, won the opening race and also recorded two second placings. Skippered by 2012 Olympic ...

Kei Nishikori rolls into quarterfinals in Rotterdam

More Sports / Tennis Feb 15, 2019

Kei Nishikori rolls into quarterfinals in Rotterdam

World No. 7 Kei Nishikori breezed past Latvian lucky loser Ernests Gulbis 6-1, 6-4 on Thursday to reach the quarterfinals of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, an ATP 500 indoor hardcourt stop in Rotterdam. The top-seeded Japanese raced out to a 5-0 lead in ...

Stern says Kaepernick would have job in NBA

More Sports / Football Feb 15, 2019

Stern says Kaepernick would have job in NBA

Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback whose NFL career was cut short after he knelt in protest during the national anthem, would still have a job if he were a basketball player, according to former NBA commissioner David Stern. Speaking on the "Bloomberg Business of Sports" podcast, ...

Blues blank Coyotes to earn eighth straight win

More Sports / Ice Hockey Feb 15, 2019

Blues blank Coyotes to earn eighth straight win

The goal is looking awfully big when Vladimir Tarasenko is shooting. Jordan Binnington is making it look awfully small when he's in it. The combination has led the St. Louis Blues to their longest winning streak in 18 years. Binnington matched a franchise rookie record with ...

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