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Ferarris Sebastian Vettel wins Monaco Grand Prix

MONACO (AP) - Sebastian Vettel stood out last season for his furious rants more than his slick driving. While Vettel spoke enthusiastically in the post-race news conference, Raikkonen seemed in a daze. "We must make sure we keep the momentum up in the next couple of races". Of course the biggest issue for Ferrari is themselves. Red Bull Racing's Ricciardo, who started the race fifth on the grid, finished third gaining from an overcoat that elevated him ahead of Max ...



England rest trio ahead of Champions Trophy opener against Bangladesh

But sixth-wicket pair David Miller (71no) and Chris Morris fell two runs short after opener Quinton de Kock (98) and De Villiers himself had worked hard in response to 330 for six - a total in which England all-rounder Ben Stokes equalled his one-day worldwide career-best of 101.



Cavaliers set franchise playoff record for points in a half

The Warriors are the greatest collection of National Basketball Association talent in the modern era, and that's no small statement, considering Tim Duncan and David Robinson played together in San Antonio and LeBron James , Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh became Miami's Big Three.



Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel wins 2017 Monaco Grand Prix

Vettel's third win this season was the 45th of his career and Ferrari's first here since Michael Schumacher in 2001. Vettel now leads the Drivers' Championship by 25 points from Hamilton in P2 on 104 points. Ferrari raced well, but Mercedes did not race all that poorly. "The gap to Sebastian is big, but not impossible to close ". "Not only a victory, but a one-two finish at a Grand Prix with a tradition as glorious as Monaco , where Ferrari last won with another one-two, ...



Hahn goes down swinging for first top-10 of year

Billy Horschel's playoff victory on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson helped him secure a spot in the U.S. Open by moving into the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking at Monday's cutoff point. World number one Dustin Johnson never made a serious run and finished tied for 13th at 274. 1 - This was an unlikely win for Horschel. Spieth also missed the cut last week in The Players Championship.


Judge hits 1st slam, Pineda and Yankees beat sloppy A's 9-5

Judge hits 1st slam, Pineda and Yankees beat sloppy A's 9-5

The drive landed in the right-field seats, not far in front of The Judge's Chambers cheering area installed by the Yankees for the 6-foot-7 rookie at the start of this 4-2 homestand. Michael Pineda (6-2) tossed six innings of three-hit ball to win his third straight start. With nobody out in the second, Ryon Healy was cut down by Gardner trying to stretch a two-run single to left field.