Tapwrit Surges Past Irish War Cry to Win 2017 Belmont Stakes

Kentucky Derby victor Always Dreaming finished eighth in the Preakness, so he is skipping the Belmont. Pletcher held the colt out of the Preakness, the second leg of racing's Triple Crown , a move that resulted in Tapwrit becoming the fourth Belmont victor in the past six years to take that path.

Stanley Cup: Sidney Crosby punches PK Subban's face into ice

The team that has won Game 5 in a 2-2 series has gone on to win the Cup 71 percent (17 of 24) of the time since 1939. It's not the way the Penguins were playing in the first four games of the series as Nashville negated their speed and controlled the neutral zone.

Kimi Raikkonen fastest in 2nd practice at Canadian GP

Senna's family sent a helmet used by the three-time champion in 1987 to give to Hamilton when he earned a 65th pole, which he did in Canada on Saturday. "At the time while doing the lap I had no comprehension that I was going for my 65th". "I knew that Montreal has been a attractive place and a handsome home for me in the many years since my first win here".

ICC Champions Trophy: England win toss, elect to bowl against Australia

England , chasing 278, were 240-4 after 40.2 overs when rain gods came in for the second time during the innings and the match was officially called off by the umpires at that stage. Towards the end, Head played a lone hand, smacking Ball and Stokes out of the park twice to milk 19 runs off the final two overs with tailender Josh Hazlewood (1 not out) a mute spectator at the other end.

Gordon Strachan proud of his fearless middleweights

On a sun-kissed Glasgow afternoon, England took the lead in the 70th minute when substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's left-foot strike beat home goalkeeper Craig Gordon's flimsy attempt at a save. "It doesn't matter who I score against, it's always good to put the ball in the back of the net and I am delighted to get off the mark for Scotland , but as I say it is one of those games where we should be taking three points".

Has an National Basketball Association team ever gone undefeated in the playoffs?

I mean, wow. You're getting all worked up insisting that LeBron will go down as only the second greatest player to ever play basketball in the history of ever. Opening the game with the highest-scoring quarter and half in NBA Finals history, the Cavaliers became the first finals team trailing 3-0 to force a fifth game since the 1996 Seattle SuperSonics.