Who said what in sport this weekend
Germany coach Stefan Kuntz after his team walked off the pitch in a pre-Olympic friendly against Honduras after Hertha Berlin player
Who's saying what at the British Open
The British Open returned on Thursday for the first time in two years, with 32,000 fans at Royal St. George's enjoying the action.
Olopade counts cost of COVID-19
These are not the best of times for sportsmen. Since governments the world over the banned mass gathering of people due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, all major sports events have been postponed
Georgia Oboh misses final qualifiers cut of British Open
Nigeria's Georgia Oboh’s quest for a place in the main event of the Women’s British Open suffered a setback at the final qualifying tournament for the prestigious Women’s British Open yesterday.
Lowry weathers storm to win British Open and first major
Ireland's Shane Lowry withstood howling wind and rain to win his first major at the British Open by six shots from Tommy Fleetwood on Sunday.
Four key moments from final round of the British Open
Ireland's Shane Lowry romped to victory in treacherous conditions to claim his maiden major title at the 148th British Open on Sunday, beating England's Tommy Fleetwood by six shots.
Rory McIlroy off to nightmare start in British Open
They say you can’t win a major on the first day, but you can lose it, writes New York Times. Among those who may have lost the British Open at the Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland quickly this year was a pretournament favourite, Rory McIlroy, who fired a quadruple-bogey on the first hole yesterday and finished the round at eight-over par.
Molinari won't look back as he takes on Tiger for Masters crown
Francesco Molinari won't be dwelling on his British Open triumph at Carnoustie last year when he tees off alongside Tiger Woods in search of a Masters title on Sunday. "I think, to be honest, every tournament is different and every time is different," Molinari said. "I think how I hit the ball tomorrow will help…
McIlroy restores pride with triumph in final round
Rory McIlroy signed off a sometimes frustrating week at Troon with a flourish yesterday by shooting 67 in the final round of the British Open. The Northern ...