Had anyone seen the new American football league yet (AAF)? I've seen a few games on t.v. and it's not too bad. I don't know how this league will compete as the new XFL will be arriving next year as well. The games like the AAF will be played right after the Super Bowl. I know Houston and Dallas will have an XFL teams but no nick names yet.
The roar was back at Augusta on Sunday after Woods put on a performance reminiscent of his glory days from the early 2000s to outlast several contenders who made pushes up the leaderboard over the final nine holes of the tournament.
A teary-eyed Woods celebrated with his family and friends immediately after his final putt, hugging his 10-year-old son, Charlie, who was born after his last major win during the
. He then walked to the clubhouse amid cheers and chants of Tiger, Tiger, Tiger!
“It's overwhelming, just because of what has transpired,” Woods said. “Last year I was lucky to be playing again. At the previous year's dinner, I was really struggling. I missed a couple of years not playing this great tournament. To now be the champion 22 years between wins is a long time. It's unreal to experience this.”
Woods finished the tournament at 13 under after posting a two-under-par 70 in the final round. He finished ahead of
Lewis Hamilton won his SIXTH Chinese Grand Prix yesterday in Shanghai. The Englishman took first place to his Mercedes teammate, Bottas, in the initial meters. And he clung to that position until the end of the race. Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes will have to operate with maximum effort to maintain a competitive edge in their fight with Ferrari this season – but he expects greater performance advances from his team.
Lewis Hamilton took a comfortable victory in the Chinese Grand Prix to hold the championship lead for the first time in 2019.
The Mercedes driver passed team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who started from pole position, off the line and controlled Formula 1's 1,000th race from there.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel took third, after the team ordered team-mate Charles Leclerc to let him by in the opening laps.
The decision led to Leclerc losing fourth place to Max Verstappen's Red Bull.
It was Hamilton's 75th career victory, and it came on a weekend on which he had struggled throughout practice but pulled a lap out of the bag to grab a front-row spot, which proved the foundation for his win.