Zinedine Zidane hailed Real Madrid as the "club of my life" after a dramatic Champions League penalty shootout victory over Atletico Madrid on Saturday that left Atletico coach Diego Simeone pondering his future. Former France and Real Madrid star Zidane scored the winning goal when Real beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 to lift the title in Glasgow in 2002. Real Madrid players pose with the trophy after winning a shootout in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final against Atletico Madrid in Milan, Italy. Having been the assistant to Carlo Ancelotti when the Italian coaching great steered Real to the 10th - 'La Decima' - title in Lisbon two years ago, Zidane now gets a taste of the trophy for a third time after joining an elite few who have lifted it as both a player and a coach. Once a favorite at Juventus, the 43-year-old Zidane said there is now no other club in his heart. Two years ago, Real captain Sergio Ramos tied the game in the dying seconds to keep Real in the final, before it ran riot in extra time to prevail 4-1. Atletico came to Milan determined to make amends, but Simeone's squad was dominated from the opening whistle at San Siro stadium. Ramos tallied in the 15th minute to take the wind out of Atletico's sails and French striker Antoine Griezmann nearly widend the gap when he slammed a penalty off the underside of the crossbar seconds into the second half.
Despite Yannick Carrasco knotting the score in the 79th minute, Atletico was undone in the shootout after club favorite Juanfran blasted his attempt off the upright. Carrasco's miss handed Cristiano Ronaldo the chance to secure Real's 11th crown with his subsequent spot kick.
The result left Simeone devastated, and the Argentinian gave an indication of his feelings when he admitted he could be pushed to think about his future with the two-time Europa League winner. Atletico has still never lifted the European Cup, also losing the 1974 final to Bayern Munich in a replay.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos paid tribute to coach Zinedine Zidane's inspirational qualities after the Spanish giant was crowned kings of Europe for the 11th time on Saturday. Ramos has been one of the stars of Real's latest two triumphs, having scored a late equalizer that pushed the 2014 final into extra-ime before hitting the opener on Saturday after just 15 minutes, only for Yannick Carrasco to pull Atletico even with 11 minutes remaining in regulation time. But for the man-of-the-match, Zidane's cool-headedness and leadership skills have helped tighten relations in a Real dressing room that, earlier this season, was not quite as cohesive.
Zidane was handed the head coach's position when Rafael Benitez was fired by Real in January.
The former France and Real Madrid forward's superb match-winning volley secured the title for Real in 2002 when the Spaniards beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in Glasgow, Scotland. Having been the assistant to Carlo Ancelotti when the Italian coaching great steered Real to the 10th - 'La Decima' - title in Lisbon two years ago, Zidane now gets a taste of the trophy for a third time after joining an elite few who have lifted the trophy as a player and a coach.
Serena Williams said on Saturday the health dangers posed by the Zika virus in Rio ahead of the Olympics are a serious concern, while Novak Djokovic pleaded for the impact on Brazilians not to be underestimated. An open letter addressed to the World Health Organization (WHO) signed by 150 international doctors, scientists and researchers on Friday called for the August Games to be moved or delayed to help prevent the spread of Zika.
Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns a shot against Aljaz Bedene of Britain at the French Open on Saturday.
Holding the Games in Rio, the second worst affected city in Brazil, would be "irresponsible" and "unethical" and could risk spreading the virus to "poor, as-yet unaffected places" like Africa and South Asia. The tennis event in Rio has already been hit by no-shows - although not necessarily health-related. So far, 17th-ranked John Isner of the United States, Austrian 15th seed Dominic Thiem, Bernard Tomic, the world number 22 from Australia and Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez, 23 in the rankings, have all announced they are giving the Olympics a miss. They were joined on Saturday by former Roland Garros semifinalist Ernests Gulbis, who panned the sport's appearance at the Olympics as "tennis tourism". That group of no-shows could still be joined by 2008 champion Rafael Nadal if the Spaniard fails to recover from the wrist tendon injury which caused him to withdraw from the French Open on Friday. Men's world No 1 Djokovic said any talk of canceling or moving the Olympics was unrealistic. He also believes the international coverage afforded to the Zika virus ignores the concerns of local people.
The controversial Gulbis, who also made the fourth round in Paris on Saturday, said he had no desire at all to represent Latvia at the Olympics. The World Health Organization has ruled out any change in timing or the location of the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, shunning a call by doctors and scientists to shift the event over the Zika virus. An open letter addressed to the global health body signed by 150 international doctors, scientists and researchers on Friday called for the August Games to be moved or delayed to help prevent the spread of Zika virus. Holding the Games in Rio, the second worst affected city in Brazil, would be "irresponsible" and "unethical" and could risk spreading the virus to "poor, as-yet unaffected places" like Africa and South Asia, said the letter.
Zika, which can cause birth defects including a devastating syndrome known as microcephaly in which babies are born with unusually small heads and brains, can be introduced to a new region when a local mosquito picks it up from an infected human. If it lives long enough, the mosquito then infects people it subsequently bites, starting a vicious cycle. Brazilian authorities on Saturday also said the Games would proceed as planned, with the health ministry saying it would continue to follow the guidance of WHO, which has deemed the risk of Zika infection in August - the middle of winter in Brazil - to be "minimal". Nearly 1,300 babies have been born in Brazil with irreversible brain damage since the mosquito-borne Zika began to spread there last year. The virus can also cause adult-onset neurological problems such as Guillain-Barre Syndrome, which can cause paralysis and death. And when Curry came on late, the Golden State Warriors were assured at least one more game in their record-setting season. Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant tries to shoot over Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green during Game 6 of their Western Conference final on Saturday. Thompson made a playoff-record 11 3-pointers and scored 41 points as the defending champions forced a seventh game in the Western Conference final with a 108-101 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night. Curry bounced back from a slow start to finish with 29 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists.
The Warriors, who set a regular-season record with 73 wins, will host Game 7 on Monday, trying to become the 10th team to overcome a 3-1 series deficit to reach the NBA Finals, against Cleveland. Thompson scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors overcome an eight-point deficit. Oklahoma City dominated Games 3 and 4 at home, but the Warriors made 21 of 44 3-pointers on Saturday, while OKC was just 3 of 23. Kevin Durant scored 29 points and Russell Westbrook added 28 for the Thunder, but Durant made just 10 of 31 shots and Westbrook was 10 of 27.
OKC, which blew a number of fourth-quarter leads during the regular season but had been better in the playoffs, fell apart in the final minutes after Golden State had finally gone ahead for good.
Thompson's barrage was similar to Curry's performance in Oklahoma City during the regular season. Thompson kept Golden State in it with four 3-pointers in just over seven minutes to start the fourth quarter. Westbrook lost control of the ball, and after Thompson missed a 3, Westbrook turned the ball over again, leading to a layup by Curry. Steven Adams' powerful one-handed dunk on Warriors All-Star Draymond Green drew a roar from the crowd and gave Oklahoma City a 37-28 lead. Thompson opened the second half with back-to-back 3-pointers to give the Warriors a 54-53 edge, but the Thunder closed the quarter strong and led 83-75 heading into the fourth. New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones was fatally shot after breaking down the door to a Dallas apartment, authorities said on Saturday. A man living at the apartment was sleeping when he heard his front door kicked open, Dallas Police spokesman DeMarquis Black said in a statement. When Dejean-Jones began kicking at the bedroom door, the man retrieved a handgun and fired. Officers who responded found Dejean-Jones collapsed in an outdoor passageway, and he died at a hospital.
Dejean-Jones was visiting his girlfriend for his daughter's first birthday, which was on Saturday, according to his agent, Scott W. He said the girlfriend returned to the apartment first while Dejean-Jones went for a walk after they had gone out. She lives on the fourth floor, and Dejean-Jones, who was visiting the complex for the first time, went to the third. It is legal in Texas for someone to use deadly force in order to protect themselves from intruders. Julie Keel, a spokesperson for Camden Property Trust, the real estate company that owns the apartment complex confirmed the complex's manager had sent out an e-mail to residents saying that the person who had been shot had been trying to break into "the apartment of an estranged acquaintance" and that the person had "inadvertently" broken into the wrong apartment. The police could not confirm Dejean-Jones was trying to access an acquaintance's apartment. I've been a Manchester United fan ever since I was a kid, enthralled by stars such as Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, George Best, and countless others. The 1958 Munich air crash, in which eight of the club's star players were killed, part of a generation of homegrown players known as the Busby Babes after their iconic manager, Matt Busby, still sticks in my mind. I was 11 at the time, and the image of the mangled wreck of the British European Airways' turboprop plane, which crashed as it was taking off in a snowstorm, will stick in my mind forever. The biggest loss was England forward Duncan Edwards, who'd risen through the ranks under Busby's tutelage, only to die days after the crash from horrendous injuries. The club has a massive following in China, as a 2012 poll by research specialists Kantar showed. Before Malcolm Glazer bought the club in 2005 for 790 million pounds, it was the most profitable in the world. Alex Ferguson, a Scot who amassed 38 honors including 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cup trophies and two Champions League titles in his 27 years in charge at Old Trafford, is widely regarded as one of the most successful managers and tacticians of all time. Ferguson personally handpicked his successor, the excellent David Moyes, who had worked wonders at Everton with little money to spend on players. But the Moyes magic failed to work at Old Trafford, and after his ugly dismissal, along came the taciturn Dutchman Louis van Gaal, who ultimately failed to get either the players, the fans or the media on his side, despite winning the FA Cup on May 21. He was sacked hours after his FA Cup glory for the ultimate crime of failing to secure the club a place in next season's Champions League, the elite and lucrative European competition.
So another messy sacking; and, at the time of writing, all eyes are on the mercurial Portuguese manager Jose Morinho to take over. Jose Mourinho was expected to become Manchester United's new manager on Friday after reportedly agreeing a deal to take charge at Old Trafford.
British media reports on Thursday claimed an agreement is now in place for the former Chelsea manager to fulfil his long-held ambition to manage the Premier League club.
United was set to officially confirm the 53-year-old's appointment after the deal was delayed due to discussions over Mourinho's image rights. Mourinho is said to have been offered a three-year contract that will pay him between 5 and 10 million pounds ($14 million) per season. It was also reported Mourinho, back in management five months after being fired by Chelsea in December, is set to be given bonuses that will pay 5 million and 2.5 million pounds respectively if he leads United to the Champions League or Premier League title.
Talks between Mourinho's agent Jorge Mendes and United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward have resolved problems with Chelsea's control of his image rights, paving the way for the controversial and charismatic boss to fulfil his long-held dream of managing the Manchester giant. Mourinho was seen strolling back to his town house in the upmarket London district of Belgravia on Thursday, and soon after those images emerged it was reported he had agreed to the deal. Mourinho, always conscious of his public persona, was said to have spent part of Thursday crafting his message to United fans in a statement which will accompany the club's announcement.
The former Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Porto boss will take charge of United for the first time when the club face Borussia Dortmund in Shanghai on July 22 on the first leg of a two-game tour of China. However, Mourinho should appear on the home bench at Old Trafford before then because he is due to take charge of an England XI in a charity game for Unicef against a Rest of the World XI on June 5.
One of the main obstacles to Mourinho's pursuits of silverware with United will be found on the other side of Manchester where his old rival Pep Guardiola is due to start work as City manager next week after moving to Eastlands from Bayern Munich. Mourinho and Guardiola exchanged barbs throughout their time at Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively and the renewal of their bitter feud with both men in the same city promises to be one of the most fascinating aspects of the Premier League next season.
Although United legend Eric Cantona this week claimed Mourinho, renowned for his negative tactics, was not a good fit, the club's former defender Rio Ferdinand was quick to welcome his impending arrival. United icon Cristiano Ronaldo, now at Real Madrid where he played under Mourinho, added: "I hope United get back to being what they were because it's an impressive club but in the last years they lacked an identity a bit. Mourinho is reported to already be lining up new signings as he seeks to bolster an unbalanced squad that limped to a fifth place finish in the Premier League before ending the unlamented Van Gaal era by beating Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final on Saturday. Even without the lure of Champions League action next season, Mourinho is hopeful of making several high-profile additions.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who worked with Mourinho at Inter Milan, is one target and on Thursday he hinted a move to Old Trafford could be in the cards.
The Sweden striker has left Paris Saint Germain and, asked if there had been an offer from United, Ibrahimovic said with a smile: "I think it's a great move (by United) - you want action, you bring in Mourinho.
Photographers scramble to get a shot of former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho outside his house in London on Thursday. Ronaldo, a three-time world player of the year, has never scored a goal at San Siro stadium but has the chance to match and surpass his own record of 17 Champions League goals in a season.
Two years after Real defender Sergio Ramos scored the tying goal in the dying seconds to inspire a stunning extra-time comeback and secure a 10th triumph in Lisbon, the Portuguese superstar said winning an 11th crown is far more important than who hits the net.
Victory would see Real Madrid embellish its reputation as the most successful club in Europe after winning the inaugural edition, the European Champions Clubs' Cup, in 1956 when Argentinian Hector Rial struck the winner in a 4-3 victory over French giant Stade Reims in Paris. Atletico's achievements may pale in comparison, but the threat from Diego Simeone's men, who have restricted Real to only one win in their past 10 meetings since the 2014 final, is legitimate. Before winning two Europa League titles in 2010 and 2012, the Rojiblancos' last continental trophy was the defunct European Cup Winners' Cup in 1962. Yet only two years after Lisbon, Simeone's men are back, having stunned Barcelona in the quarterfinals, and ended the hopes of the Catalan giant's former coach Pep Guardiola when they ousted his Bayern Munich side on away goals in the semifinals. Real fans may have history on their side, but Zinedine Zindane's men have beaten Atletico only once in 10 meetings since their 4-1 victory in Lisbon two years ago. Unsurprisingly, Simeone is bullish ahead of a clash that Ronaldo said will settle which side rules the roost in the Spanish capital. He believes the key to beating Real will be breaking down a solid defence and making sure his players remain vigilant at set pieces. Two years ago, Atletico was a whisker away from aven-ging its European Cup final loss to Bayern Munich in 1974 (4-0) after Diego Godin gave Simeone's men a 36th minute opener.
Ramos' 93rd minute equalizer, however, pushed the match into extra time and, with the fresh momentum, Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Ronaldo, from the spot, struck to compound Atletico's misery. Now, it is Ronaldo, Bale and French striker Karim Benzema who could have their work cut out, while Ramos and Pepe, Zidane's preferred centerback partnership, will be wary of a repeat of recent history. Atletico has recorded 35 shutouts in 56 games this season, including at home to Barcelona and Bayern Munich when the German giant was dumped out of the competition.
Atletico also managed a 1-0 triumph at Real's Santiago Bernabeu stadium to inflict Zidane's squad with his only La Liga loss in four months when the sides last met in February. Ronaldo, who has battled back from an injury scare in recent days, admitted: "Atletico always plays the same way. After becoming the first Chinese and youngest ever rider to compete in three-day eventing at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Hua Tian said the intervening years have increased his commitment to success in representing his country on the international stage. Son of a Chinese father and British mother, Hua Tian failed to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics but two years later he became the first Chinese equestrian to win an individual medal at the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, when he took silver in eventing. Hua Tian will embark on his second Olympic odyssey when he represents China at the Rio Olympics in August. He has proved to be an outstanding ambassador for his nation and his sport, carrying China's colors at iconic European events in Fontainebleau, Badminton, Burghley, Saumur, Blenheim and Chatsworth. In 2014, he qualified for three major championships and was the only Asian rider at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy. Hua Tian had a highly successful Olympic qualification campaign in 2015, winning one qualifier and placing second in another.
Equine sports rank as one of the fastest growing activities among China's affluent classes and will continue to expand. No, his Golden State Warriors are going back to Oklahoma City, after keeping their title reign and the winningest season in NBA history alive for at least one more game. Curry scored 31 points, raising his arms in the early moments to awaken Golden State's raucous crowd, and the defending champions staved off elimination with a 120-111 victory over the Thunder on Thursday night in Game 5 of the Western Conference final.
For all the speculation about the current state of Curry's beat-up body - that troublesome ankle, sore knee or tender elbow - he did it all. The MVP made a snazzy layup late and dished out six assists, while Klay Thompson added 27 points as Golden State sent the best-of-seven series back to Oklahoma City for Game 6 on Saturday night.
The Warriors trail 3-2 and are trying to become just the 10th team to rally from a 3-1 series deficit. Kevin Durant scored 40 points and Russell Westbrook added 31 points, eight assists, seven rebounds and five steals for the Thunder, trying for the fifth NBA Finals appearance in franchise history and chasing just the second championship after the 1978-79 Seattle SuperSonics won it all. The record-setting, 73-win Warriors, coming off their first back-to-back losses all season, were blown out at Oklahoma City by a combined 52 points.
Durant's 3-pointer with 4:34 left got the Thunder within 103-98, then Curry answered with a three-point play.
Curry scored seven points in a 58-second stretch of the second quarter, but the Thunder didn't go away easily. Curry shot 9 for 20 and also had five steals, while Thompson had his 11th 20-point game for the second straight postseason despite shooting 2 for 9 from 3-point range.
Kerr figured his Warriors might have an edge against the percentages of teams having trailed 3-1 because they're the defending champs and were playing at home, where they have been nearly unbeatable. Kerr called for center Andrew Bogut to do more and the 7-footer delivered with a playoff career-high 15 points and 14 rebounds for his second double-double this postseason and seventh of his career.
Marreese Speights had a pair of three-point plays on follow shots and a 3 in the second quarter to give Golden State a nice lift off the bench.
He had nine points in four minutes during that stretch and 14 points overall for his fifth double-digit scoring game this postseason. With his 1,248th career postseason point in the third, Curry passed Wilt Chamberlain (1,246) for second place on the franchise's playoff scoring list.


Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry drives to the basket against Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder during the second half of Thursday's Game 5 of the Western Conference final in Oakland, California. The 24-year-old from Pontiac, Michigan, who began training camp hoping just to make the team scored both of Pittsburgh's goals in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final. Pittsburgh will host the Western Conference champion San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday night. In a building littered with stars, it was the relentlessness of Rust and the steadiness of 22-year-old Canadian goaltender Matt Murray that provided the difference as the Penguins reached the final for the first time since 2009. In disarray in December when Sullivan took over for Mike Johnston, the Penguins sprinted through April and May and will head into June with a chance to win the franchise's fourth Cup, one that would serve as a bookend to its last triumph seven years ago, when stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin were still in their early 20s. Yet here they are after dispatching the New York Rangers in five games, the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals in six and the defending Eastern Conference champion Lightning in seven. Jonathan Drouin scored his fifth goal of the playoffs for the Lightning and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 37 saves, but it wasn't enough to send Tampa Bay back to the final for a second straight year. Captain Steven Stamkos had two shots in 11:55 in his return from a two-month layoff while dealing with blood clots. That group includes Rust, who forced his way onto the roster thanks to feverish skating and a self-confidence that belies his 5-foot-11 frame. That effort - or "desperation level" as Crosby calls it - provided the Penguins with the boost they needed to overcome history. Pittsburgh had dropped five straight Game 7s at home, including a 1-0 loss to Tampa Bay in a 2011 series in which both Crosby and Evgeni Malkin missed due to injury.
That loss had become symbolic of the Penguins' postseason shortcomings following their gritty run to the Cup in 2009. When injury forced the 2008 Beijing gold medalist to withdraw from the 2012 London Games, he described it as "one of the saddest moments of my career". No wonder he finds it baffling the likes of American John Isner, Australian Bernard Tomic, rising Austrian Dominic Thiem and fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez have chosen to skip Rio in August. Isner blamed his decision on a crammed tennis calendar, with the US Open taking place shortly after the Rio Games and the Davis Cup quarterfinals just after Wimbledon. But the lack of ranking points at this year's Olympics was also a major factor for the American. World 1 Novak Djokovic had some sympathy for players such as Isner and thought ranking points should have been awarded in Rio like they had been in London, where up to 750 points were on offer. But points or no points, Nadal thought those who choose to skip the Games will end up regretting their decisions. It is the kind of punishment her younger sister, world No 1 Serena, metes out on a regular basis. Since reaching the last 16 here in 2010, Venus has made it to at least the quarterfinals at the three other Grand Slams. But after being diagnosed with the debilitating Sjogren's syndrome in 2011, playing on the slow red clay has proved to be a particularly difficult challenge for the 35-year-old.
LeBron James scored 23 points then sat for the fourth quarter and Kevin Love scored 25 as Cleveland unleashed tenacious defense against Toronto to regain control of the Eastern Conference final with a 116-78 rout in Game 5 on Wednesday night. On their home court in front of 20,000-plus screaming fans following two straight losses in Canada, the Cavs opened a 34-point lead in the first half and never slowed en route to taking a 3-2 series lead. They can clinch their second straight conference title and a trip to the NBA Finals with a win in Game 6 on Friday night in Toronto.
The Raptors, who came in with momentum and confidence after winning Games 3 and 4, left Quicken Loans Arena shaken and one loss from having their deepest playoff run stopped. James had eight assists and six rebounds in 31 minutes before checking out late in the third quarter with the Cavs up by 37. Kyrie Irving added 23 points and he, James and Love outscored the Raptors 43-34 in the first half. DeMar DeRozan scored 14 points and Kyle Lowry had 13 for the Raptors, who were overwhelmed from the start. The only positive for Toronto was center Jonas Valanciunas, who returned after missing eight straight games with a sprained right ankle. Playing defense as if every possession was the game's last, Cleveland held Toronto to 34 points in the opening half while building a 31-point halftime lead - the largest in conference finals history. Since their expansion arrival in 1993, the Raptors had never been down by 30 at halftime in any game - regular season or playoffs - but they have rarely seen a defense like this either.
Love found his shooting touch after it went missing during the lost weekend in Toronto, where he went just 5 of 23 and was benched for the fourth quarter of Game 4. He finished 8 of 10 from the field - a confidence-boosting performance that should temporarily quiet his critics. The Cavs made a point of getting Love the ball right away and he responded by making all four field goal attempts, dropping a 3 late in the first quarter that pushed the Cavs to a 37-19 lead. Cleveland's onslaught continued in the second quarter, and when James got free for an easy two-handed dunk, Cavs fans could relax and begin making TV viewing plans for Friday.
These looked more like the Cavaliers who opened the postseason with 10 straight wins, obliterated the Raptors by a combined 50 points in Games 1 and 2 and given a chance to beat whomever survived in the West. Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James talks with teammate Kevin Love during the second quarter of Wednesday's Game 5 of the NBA's Eastern Conference final against the Toronto Raptors at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
Olympic qualifying for golf ends in seven weeks, at which time players will have to determine if medals outweigh mosquitoes. For now, there is only concern - and Rory McIlroy is the latest player to say Zika is on his mind. In an interview with the BBC after his Irish Open victory, McIlroy said he has been reading up on the mosquito-borne virus, which has been linked to serious birth defects.
McIlroy is engaged, and indicated he and his fiancee might be starting a family in the next few years. Willett's wife, Nicole, had their first child just 11 days before he slipped on the green jacket. The International Golf Federation posted a two-page update on its website last month, and is passing along Zika-related material from the International Olympic Committee and the World Health Organization to tours and player liaisons.
Andy Levinson, executive director of USA Golf, said on Tuesday updates from WHO and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are posted in the weekly bulletins left in lockers and on the Players Links website, where PGA Tour players get other pertinent information they don't want to miss - like tee times, and FedEx Cup points, and where to leave their courtesy cars. Two weeks ago at The Players Championship, the PGA Tour's doctor took part in one-on-ones with players about Zika.
Vijay Singh made a passing reference to Zika last month when the 53-year-old Fijian decided not to play. The other players to pull out - Adam Scott, Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel - cited a busy schedule or family priorities. Ask a player a question, and there's bound to be an answer, even if it's not entirely informed. IGF executive director Antony Scanlon said he was in Rio de Janeiro a few weeks ago for meetings and saw workers spraying "an unbelievable amount of anti-mosquito" repellant around the various venues. He also repeated the timing - August is the tail end of winter in Brazil, and mosquitoes are not expected to be as prevalent. It could be another example that the Olympics mean more to the women, who rarely get a stage as large as this and have a stronger tradition of competing for country in what was the first truly global tour. Various headlines made it sound as though McIlroy and Willett might skip the Olympics because of Zika, and while their answers allowed some wiggle room, the context of their statements suggested nothing has changed. This much is clear - golfers currently eligible for the Olympics are having to study more than hole locations and wind direction. Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy tracks a tee shot under the watchful eye of England's Danny Willett during the final round of the Irish Open at The K Club, County Kildare, Ireland last Sunday.
Just over six months ago, Knox got in as an alternate for his first World Golf Championship, scrambled to secure a Chinese visa and wound up winning the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. Knox had a one-shot lead with three holes to play in the Irish Open until Rory McIlroy hit two shots with a fairway metal that will be talked about in Ireland for years - onto the 16th green for a two-putt birdie (and a two-shot swing for the lead) and to three feet on No 18 for an eagle.
It was his third runner-up finish since Shanghai - he went straight from China to Mexico and lost in a playoff to Graeme McDowell - and moved Knox to a career-best No 23 in the world. Since missing the cut in his Masters debut, Knox has a pair of runner-up finishes and a performance at The Players Championship that brought him just as much attention for how he handled misfortune with humor and honesty.
He was contending at the TPC Sawgrass when his tee shot on the island-green 17th came up a yard short.
He called it an "epic fail." He said he would be "terrified" hitting that shot the next day (he hit the green and three-putted for his only bogey in a final round of 66). Knox, who has lived in Florida since playing college golf at Jacksonville University, took up European Tour membership after winning the HSBC.
But he faces a big stretch now - Wentworth, the Memorial, US Open, Bridgestone Invitational, Scottish Open, British Open over the next eight weeks, all of them with plenty of Ryder Cup world points available. The Symetra Tour is not even a third into its season, but Madelene Sagstrom already is in the record book. The Swede's runner-up finish last week in the Gosling's Dark & Stormy Classic was worth $9,467 and pushed her season earnings to $103,181, breaking the money record that Cindy LaCrosse set in 15 tournaments in 2010.
Some of the purses have increased to help Sagstrom become the first to break the $100,000 mark on the LPGA Tour's development circuit. Then again, she did in just under half the tournaments as LaCrosse, and the Swede even missed a cut. She has won twice, was runner-up twice and, except for that missed cut, hasn't finished out of the top five.
She has earned more money than the next three players behind her on the money list combined. As Bryson DeChambeau resumes his pursuit of a PGA Tour card, this much is clear: There are perks for winning the US Amateur. Colonial will be his fifth PGA Tour event since turning pro, but he has used only three of the seven sponsor exemptions he is allowed as a non-tour member. DeChambeau was one of the two players chosen by former Colonial champions (the other was Kramer Hickok). The Texas Open didn't count against his seven sponsor exemptions because he got in as a top 10 from the previous week (he tied for fourth at Hilton Head). Depending on how the rest of the year goes, it's possible DeChambeau could reach the limit of 12 before he uses all seven sponsor exemptions. Meanwhile, he has the equivalent of 123 points in the FedEx Cup, and would need 361 points (150th place last year) to get unlimited exemptions the rest of the season. The Canadian team would have been Mike Weir and Stephen Ames, while Geoff Ogilvy and Robert Allenby would have represented Australia. Last week: Ariya Jutanugarn won the Kingsmill Championship for her second straight LPGA victory. Last week: Rory McIlroy won the Irish Open by three shots over Russell Knox and Bradley Dredge. Notes: Four of the top 10 players in the world are members of the European Tour, but three of them are not playing the tour's flagship event - Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose, who withdrew last week with a mild back injury. So far, 17th-ranked John Isner of the United States, Austrian 15th seed Dominic Thiem, world No 22 Bernard Tomic of Australia and Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez, No 23 in the rankings, have all announced they are giving the Olympics in Rio in August a pass. Isner said that as well as a packed summer schedule, the absence of ranking points was a major factor. The Olympics is often referred to as a fifth Grand Slam, but the four majors all offer 2,000 world ranking points to their champions. Djokovic, an 11-time Grand Slam winner, will be looking to improve on a dismal Olympic record when the Games open in Rio in August.
He won a bronze in Beijing in 2008 and lost to Andy Murray in the semifinals in London in 2012 before dropping the bronze-medal playoff against Juan Martin del Potro. Isner is one of four top 25 players in the world taking a pass on the Games, which fall in the middle of the North American hardcourt season and in the build-up to the US Open. Meanwhile, Djokovic said he hopes his "great passion for tennis" will finally earn him the one trophy he craves more than any other - the French Open. Twelve months after surprise champion Stan Wawrinka used his wondrous backhand to knife Djokovic's Roland Garros dreams, the Serbian was hoping he would be able to mend his broken heart by becoming the first man in almost 50 years to hold all four Grand Slam titles at the same time. Looking to achieve a feat that was last accomplished by Australian legend Rod Laver in 1969, Djokovic began his pursuit of the only major title missing from his collection with a no-nonsense 6-4 6-1 6-1 win over Taiwan's Lu Yen-hsun in the first round on Tuesday. In 2012, the world No 1 also had a chance to emulate Laver but was thwarted by a rampaging Rafael Nadal in the final.
Last year it appeared as if the stars had finally aligned for Djokovic when he safely navigated past Nadal and Murray to reach the final to face an opponent barely anyone thought would win. But it was not to be and Djokovic was left in tears after Wawrinka dominated him at every turn.
He certainly did that on Tuesday when he appeared to be a in a hurry to escape the cold and dank confines of Philippe Chatrier Court. In fact, facing an opponent who had not played a top-tier match since last October, Djokovic's only blip was when he dropped serve in the eighth game of the opening set. But after battling back to square the set at 4-4, the wheels came off for Lu and the 32-year-old only won two more games before Djokovic safely secured a second-round clash with Belgian Steve Darcis. Four of the hottest prospects in the men's game clashed at the French Open on Tuesday, with Croatian trailblazer Borna Coric and French teenager Quentin Halys reaching the second round. Nineteen-year-old Coric, already a seasoned Tour professional ranked No 47 in the world, had the unusual experience of playing someone younger than himself in 18-year-old Taylor Fritz of the US. While Fritz has the more powerful game and has risen from 821 to 67 in the rankings in less than a year, he is a novice on the European clay and was no match for Coric, losing 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. Coric will take on 23-year-old Australian star Bernard Tomic, seeded 20th at Roland Garros, for a place in the last 32. Halys, 19, was one of five Frenchmen to progress on Tuesday, beating South Korea's 20-year-old Chung Hyeon 6-1, 6-4, 6-4.
Already tipped as a future French No 1, Halys preferred just to concentrate on his second round against tough Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas.
As if surviving a five-set thriller against wily Czech Radek Stepanek in the first round of the French Open was not exhausting enough, the British second seed was then quizzed on why he ended his two-year partnership with Mauresmo. A sequence of interviews by the two Grand Slam champions seemed to suggest things had turned frosty between the duo before they parted ways. Murray won seven trophies under Mauresmo's guidance, including his first two titles on clay.
However, the Frenchwoman has not been regularly on the circuit with Murray since giving birth to her son Aaron last August. Mauresmo had indicated that the union ended because she felt she could not "take things further anymore" with Murray before adding: "Andy is complex. Responding to Mauresmo's observation that he was a complex character, Murray admitted there are still things he needs to work on to curb his tendency to shout at his entourage when things are not going his way. Andy Murray reacts during a break in his 3-6, 3-6, 6-0, 6-3, 7-5 first-round victory against Radek Stepanek at Roland Garros stadium in Paris on Tuesday. Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Warriors 118-94 on Tuesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference final. Golden State, which won a league record 73 games in the regular season, lost consecutive games for the first time this season and must win Game 5 on Thursday in Oakland to stay alive. Klay Thompson led Golden State with 26 points, but two-time league MVP Stephen Curry was limited to 19 points on 6-for-20 shooting.
The Warriors lost consecutive playoff games by at least 20 points for the first time since Games 2 and 3 of the 1972 Western Conference semifinals against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Golden State's Draymond Green, who was fined for kicking Steven Adams in the groin in Game 3, finished with six points, 11 rebounds and six turnovers.
Kevin Durant added 26 points and 11 rebounds and Serge Ibaka added 17 points and seven rebounds. As for Westbrook, it was his first triple-double of the playoffs after posting 18 in the regular season. In the most unlikely of connections, Adams threw a bullet pass to Roberson near the basket for a dunk that gave the Thunder a 56-43 lead with just over four minutes left in the first half. Westbrook had 21 points, nine assists and five rebounds in the first half, and Durant had 18 points and six boards. Thompson tried to keep the Warriors in it, scoring 19 points in just over seven minutes to start the third quarter. One thing that could actually be a boon to the Laguna Seca event is the potential street race in San Jose.
Bruce Canepa, who owns Canepa Designs in Santa Cruz, is a frequent competitor in vintage events at Laguna and is on the track Improvement Project committee, has had several meetings with Gentilozzi over the past several months.
Canepa went on to point out that Champ Car is in a rebuilding process (again, a transition year). The street race in San Jose in the spring would bring in a whole new group of fans that would, undoubtedly, enjoy the experience. Gore said engineering data from today's test would be analysed by PKV Racing in coming days before a decision on the next move was finalised.
Josh Hunt, who this year has competed in the Toyota Atlantics Championships in the US with the support of Gore's Wright Patton Shakespeare Financial Group and Kalkhoven, was at the Firebird circuit today to cheer on his 'teammate'.A A  Hunt, who drives his final race of the 2004 Toyota Atlantics series this weekend, will back up for another season in 2005, again with the support of Gore and Kalkhoven with a view to graduating into Champ Cars in 2006. In his role as third driver, Panis will substitute if either Toyota race driver is unable to take part in the Grand Prix weekend.
Olivier Panis, who scored his sole Grand Prix triumph in Monaco with Ligier in 1996 admits that his decision has taken a great deal of thought, but is delighted to continue with the team that he joined in 2003. Jarno Trulli is expected to join the squad alongside Ralf Schumacher in 2005, but the team were keen to point out that the final decision has yet to be taken.
Olivier Panis has notched up six points this year with the German- based team and heading to Monza as Formula One racer for the final time this weekend, will be keen to help Toyota move up in the Championship standings.
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3)A  (regarding the merger) "CART didn't want it to happen," he said, "We had meetings and CART just doesn't want to get together."A  I believe everyone who follows the open wheel saga would agree that the facts that have been leaked aboutA  the meeting did not indicate a merger but rather a hostile takeover (by the IRL) in every sense of the word. On the heels of Mondaya€™s announcement that the Miami 250 weekend was postponed due to the state of emergency in Florida, Grand American Road Racing Association officials today announced that the Rolex Series Miami 250 will now start at 11 a.m.
But the next time the high-tech cars are in this region, they may be tearing through the streets of San Jose.A  The city and the Champ Car World Series are negotiating to bring the race cars, which can reach speeds of 230 mph, to downtown for a street-course event in 2005.
But if the event were to happen, Munro envisions 100,000-plus spectators over a three-day weekend, bringing with them a minimum economic impact of $20 million.A  ''I think it would be a great match for the city,'' Munro said.
A decision likely will come soon because Champ Car is expected to announce its 2005 schedule by the end of this month. Most lotto players don’t know how to pick lottery numbers that win because they believe its sheer luck picking random numbers, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays or quick pick. The average lotto player picks numbers and combinations that never come up, so when you learn to avoid this way of playing you’ll increase your chances of winning.
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I have a phenomenal team and great players who are also talented, and it was together we achieved what we did tonight," he said. His arrival was really important for us because he has a great relationship with the players. I mean, many athletes and people already planned in advance," said the Serb after his 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 win over Britain's Aljaz Bedene on Saturday. The Thunder committed six turnovers in the final 2:55, and Westbrook had three in the last 55 seconds. Curry scored 46 points and tied the NBA record with 12 3-pointers to help the Warriors beat the Thunder in overtime. Green, who had hit Adams in the groin area twice during the series, was a constant target for the vocal Thunder fans.
Many football writers dismissed as "fantasy" their claim that 108 million people in China are fans of the club, but I think they forgot two things about Chinese supporters.
The extraordinary takeover in 2005 by the US-based Glazer family continues to leave a bitter taste in the mouths of most fans. However, by using the club's assets to back his bid, by the time the deal was complete Man United was 525 million pounds in debt. It was Moyes who identified and nurtured the raw talent of Wayne Rooney at Everton before the Liverpool-born youngster moved to Man United.
Westbrook's 3-pointer with 6:06 left in the third put the Thunder ahead 68-67 for their first lead of the night. His best chance came on a breakaway in the second period that deflected off Murray and trickled wide.
It's part of what Sullivan calls "playing the right way," a way abetted by the influx of speed brought in by GM Jim Rutherford.
The Olympics is the most important event in the world of sport," the nine-time French Open champion said on Thursday. At this stage in my life, in my career, it's like you don't want to lose early," the seven-time Grand Slam champion said after walloping fellow American Louisa Chirico 6-2, 6-1 on Thursday. But after matching Serena's winning second-round scoreline, Venus was eager to cherish her moment in the sun. I think with every year that passes and every moment that I play, I'm grateful for this experience and blessed. Asked about it on Tuesday at the BMW PGA Championship, the 28-year-old from England said he was keeping on top of it.
There's going to be millions of people watching the Olympics, and you have 11,000 athletes right in the heart of where it's at," Willett said. He said five or six players have asked him about Zika, though none has said it would keep her from Rio. Both men are closely monitoring the Zika situation in Brazil as the Olympic Games draw closer.
Knox is No 3 in the Olympic ranking for the UK, though he most likely would have to get into the top 15 to earn a trip to Rio. He gets in the Memorial and Quicken Loans as the US Amateur champion, which has a provision that it doesn't matter if he turns pro. Based on the world ranking that week, the American team would have been Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker and Kenny Perry. Rahm, a Spaniard who is No 1 in the world amateur ranking, won the award as the outstanding college player over two over highly ranked players, Maverick McNealy of Stanford and Beau Hossler of Texas.
We have the best players in the world participating in arguably the fifth Grand Slam," said Djokovic.
That's the main source of drive and motivation," Djokovic said after beginning his 46th consecutive appearance at a Grand Slam event.
And the last two days I was supposedly hitting back at Amelie's comments and disagreeing with everything that she said and that we had a really tough breakup," said Murray. Andre Roberson, a player the Warriors have ignored at times during the series, scored a career-high 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.
The Thunder matched the most points they have scored in a first half in playoff history, a mark they set the previous game against the Warriors. The Bushkill Township man accuses his wife, Leslie Andretti, of causing their marriage to become "irretrievably broken," according to the filing. 26 car driven by Dan Wheldon for the next two years in the Indy Racing League IndyCarA® Series. Cuoio said he has communicated with the prospective owner of the property at Interstate 5 and Marvin Road, but he declined to identify the bidder.A A  Options allow developers time to decide whether it's worth buying a specific property, said Shelley Foltz, an associate broker for the Rants Group in Olympia. The Laguna Seca track and Monterey Peninsula area provide some of the most beautiful surroundings anywhere we travel. Allmendinger will be in studio for Tony Karis' radio show "As the Wheels Turn" on KNRY (1240) from 7-8 p.m. Factors have included a dive in the economy and resultant drop in tourism, a Champ Car product that was less than stellar and a June date that was a bust -- the event had been held in the fall for 19 years.A  The world-renowned track also suffered under a lousy agreement with World Superbike that left Dan Murphy and Co. Although an article written by the San Jose Mercury News suggested that a road race in San Jose could replace Laguna Seca on the Champ Car calendar, Mauk said that wasn't necessarily the case.
He said those conversations with Gentilozzi have been nothing but positive about holding events in both places.A  "Our first concern (his and Gentilozzi's) was how Laguna Seca would feel if there was a San Jose race," Canepa said.
They are going to create legends in terms of drivers and create a fan base.A  "What better way than to have the two types of races (street and road in the area)," Canepa said. That experience would translate into a vast increase in the Champ Car fan base in the area and I believe (as does Canepa) those new fans would flock to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for a fall event.A  It's a win-win for everybody. But after two laps I realised it was just another race car, albeit different to what I normally drive.A A  I did some good times and was very happy at the end of the day.
Panis has however signed a new two-year deal with Toyota, which will see the 38-year-old Frenchman become the team's third driver next season.
However, the 11-year veteran of 155 F1 races is not eligible to run the third car during Friday practice sessions, according to current FIA regulations, which stipulate that the driver of the third car must not have participated in more than six Grand Prix in the last two years. However, Panis, a renowned test driver and Toyota have come to a mutual agreement, whereby Panis will conduct valuable testing duties in 2005 and 2006, as well as corporate promotional activities for the team. San Patrignano (based near Rimini, Italy) is a therapeutic community for drug addicts and is Europe's largest drug rehabilitation facility.
In the twenty six years since its inception, the community's mission has been to welcome drug addicts in need of a recovery program regardless of social standing, and political or religious orientation. The decision made by Jordan and Prince Salman of Bahrain will help us further spread a strong message against drug abuse throughout the world. Island Pacific looks forward to being a partner to ISC and supporting its business as it expands and its merchandising needs become more complex.
According to POSabilities CEO Bill Grant, "This project is a significant step in the evolution of our business. Weekend packages include front-stretch seats for the UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 and Sama€™s Town 300 as well as a free ticket to Pole Day.A  Las Vegas Motor Speedway also is offering weekend pit passes. 8 that it will retain driver Darren Manning for the 2005 IndyCar Series season.A  "We are very excited to continue our relationship with Darren, who has shown this season what a talented driver he is and how eager he is to learn and grow with our team," team owner Chip Ganassi said.
He declined to identify a race date or course -- although it's believed the route would be anchored by HP Pavilion.
Jimmie Johnson took over the points lead from teammate Jeff Gordon and Elliott Sadler solidified his place in the top 10 following his win in the Pop Secret 500 at California Speedway. The odds are so high using these methods that it’s rare anyone would hit the jackpot this way.
There are people who have spent a fortune on quick pick tickets just to get some free tickets which will never be winners. Those are the good ones to play and the cold numbers which haven’t come up are bad numbers, but they are due to come up. Then she found the Silver Lottery System and three weeks after using the system, she won three 5 number tickets in the Hoosier Lotto. So I don't doubt the club's following in China, especially since China Central Television resumed showing English Premier League matches this past season.
More recently, the club, which at one stage was where everyone wanted to play, has attracted headline-grabbers such as Cristiano Ronaldo and the wonderfully mercurial Eric Cantona, who was given to bursts of extraordinary brilliance on the field and gnomic utterances off it.
But Golden State led 81-77 going into the fourth and began the final period with an 8-0 burst. And undaunted by a series of postseason failures that made it seem the window on their primes was closing. His wife nearly died last year of toxic shock syndrome and her immune system remains weakened. It also matched the most points Golden State has allowed in a half this season for the second straight game.
The document says Michael Andretti could ask a judge to require his wife to enter marriage counseling with him. Everyone benefited from numerous food and drink donations, as well as a puppet show by a local ministry.A  "It just goes to show you that people really are inherently good,a€? said Atlanta Motor Speedway President and General Manager Ed Clark. Typically, such developers go public only after they decide to purchase property, she said.A  Word that NASCAR probably is out of the picture in Lacey came as a relief to Hawks Prairie resident Carolyn Pendle. Wea€™ve tried to spur interest in the race weekend by offering the Grand Prix coupon book at area Bridgestone retailers that includes vouchers for free and discounted track admissions. In addition, Northern California native Jon Fogarty, the 2002 Toyota Atlantic Championship Presented by Yokohama champion, will be calling in to the show to discuss his title showdown with Ryan Dalziel.
That means, I wouldn't be surprised if attendance at this year's event was the same as last year.
Additionally, Panis will adopt an advisory role for Toyota's young drivers programme, the Toyota Drivers' Academy.A "We are very pleased that Olivier has accepted our offer to stay with Panasonic Toyota Racing for an additional two years," stated Tsutomu Tomita, Team Principal of Panasonic Toyota Racing. In addition to our permanent locations, we have a large number of mobile stores that travel from event to event. We are the local presence for Island Pacific and are working closely with them to make sure this project is a success.
Pete., did he already forget about the Indy 500 Tony took from him?A A  I have lost a lot of respect for a lot of people who I thought were good racers and good business people. These passes, which must be accompanied by a ticket and are not to be confused with garage passes, allow fans access to the infield and pit-road areas during practice, qualifying and pre-race. Klein Tools became a co-major sponsor at the start of the 2003 IndyCar Series season, which coincided with Andretti Green's formation and entry into the Indy Racing League.A A  "Klein Tools has been an important piece of the foundation of Andretti Green Racing and is sure to be a big part of our success for a long time," said Michael Andretti, who owns Andretti Green Racing along with Kim Green and Kevin Savoree. He has finished in the top-five on four occasions including an IndyCar Series career-best fourth place in Japan, Nashville and Pikes Peak.A  "I'm thrilled to be returning with the Target team for the 2005 season," Manning said.
But the big news remained the changes at or near the all-important 10th spot in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series point standings. Make a chart in a spread sheet or on paper and make an X for each number that was drawn over the past several weeks.
She has organized a group of residents known as United Against a Hawks Prairie NASCAR Track. Bridgestone is also sponsoring the Champ Car Night street festival, set for Friday evening on Alvarado Street in Monterey. All positives.A  Champ Car's product is on the rise and the race at Laguna is back in the fall. That creates a set of uncommon retail system challenges that require we have a close partnership with the developer.
A second-place finish by Kasey Kahne and third-place run by Mark Martin propelled the drivers into the ninth and 10th-place spots, respectively.
I have received a good response from [series organiser] Hans Werner Aufrecht, so Ia€™m hopeful.a€?A A  Mercedes motorsport chief Norbert Haug acknowledged that spectator attendance is crucial to the selection of venues for the DTM, and that poorly-attended rounds such as Adria and Estoril may face the boot. Using triples is a disadvantage because they seldom hit, but a combination with doubles is good as they come up quite often. Get It Published.Daily Fantasy Sports Companies Push for Missouri Governor Not to Sign Bill Legalizing SitesNJ Rep. It's just life choices," said the 35-year-old American, who owns four Olympic golds across singles and doubles. Jackie Chulya of Thailand, a junior at Columbia University, has been awarded the Dinah Shore Trophy that honors excellence in school and on the course. On the track, we decided to bring the popular alternate tire for use this weekend to enhance the competition and add variable race strategies into the mix. Both are needed for the Bridgestone Grand Prix of Monterey to again be successful and bring the Champ Car race back to its status as one of the cornerstone events at Laguna Seca.
For example, at our flagship event, the Daytona 500, we have over 250 distinct retail locations, some of which will be separated by nearly two miles.
We share those same ideals at Andretti Green Racing, and that makes Klein Tools a great partner for us. The day concludes with Round 7 of the 10-race 2004 Grand-Am Cup Series, A?El Combate de Velocidad!
Meanwhile, Bobby Labonte and Kevin Harvick tumbled out of the top 10, all of which sets up the Richmond race as the final chance to crack the top 10.
It says Michael Andretti lives in Bushkill Township and his wife lives in Williams Township.
It is not only critical we have the right application and technology, but also that we have a true partner to support us.
So you have to slow down, otherwise you're going to spin, and I almost spun like three, four, five times. Lurking in the 11th position and hoping to make a bold move at Richmond is Jamie McMurray, only 25 points back of Martin.
Sergio Garcia became the second player this year to win a PGA Tour event despite hitting two shots in the water in the final round. With over 150 GPs of experience as a race driver, he will also act as our reserve driver in case either of our race drivers cannot participate in a GP weekend.
We were impressed by the recent merger of Island Pacific and Retail Technologies International (RTI) due to the breadth of complementary retail applications now available from one vendor.
Labonte is 12th (36 points back of Martin), followed by Dale Jarrett (43 points out of 10th) and Jeremy Mayfield (55 points behind Martin). The course also hosted the US Open in 1941, the US Women's Open in 1991 and the second edition of The Players Championship in 1975. Andretti appreciates the community's respect for his privacy." Andretti, 41, has the third-most victories in Indy car-racing history.
He is retired from racing but is owner of Andretti Green Racing, which fields a team in the Indy Racing League series. His drivers took first, second and third last week at the IRL Firestone Indy 225, the final event run at Nazareth Speedway.



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