The United States Golf Association’s belated attempt at damage limitation arrived on Monday evening, with those responsible for the chaos which engulfed the second major of the year expressing “regret” over events at Oakmont.
“You tried your best and failed miserably. The lesson is: never try” – Homer.
Heather Knight must be wondering what the guff about the rigours of high office is all about. For her first day in the captaincy job that Charlotte Edwards held for a decade she led England to a clinical seven-wicket win to go one-up over Pakistan in their series opener. In the process she became the first captain to combine a five-wicket haul and a half-century in almost 1,000 women’s one-day internationals.
John McEnroe understands Andy Murray, whom he recognises as a kindred spirit.
Eoin Morgan had told England to reconnect with their best of their one-day performances over the past 12 months and, despite a top-order implosion from the bad old days, they delivered on the order with a thrilling tie in their series opener with Sri Lanka.
Could Kevin Durant link back up with James Harden in Houston?
LeBron James has ended his self-imposed social media blackout with a rebuke to his critics.
Let us briefly visit a land where common sense prevails.
If anyone dared imagine what a Cleveland sports championship would look like before the dream became reality Sunday night, perhaps they foresaw the streets filled with revelers – thousands screaming in joy, some atop a fire truck.
Having first announced he was retiring from boxing on Monday, Tyson Fury then claimed he was “here to stay” just hours later after an apparent change of heart.
Even when broken, don’t fix it.
The topic which dominated post-Ryder Cup media duties for the European team had nothing to do with the concession of the trophy for the first time since 2008. Rather, the level of hostility those visitors to Hazeltine encountered from a frenzied home crowd created a narrative which will flow into 2018 and Paris. The reserved French may tone matters down.