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McIlroy loses match then loses temper at Ryder Cup after clash involving Cantlay’s caddie
Rory McIlroy was caught on camera in the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club parking lot screaming at Justin Thomas' caddie, Jim "Bones" Mackay. Presumably, his anger was over an incident that occurred about 30 minutes earlier on the 18th green. The Europeans were leading 10.5-5 going into the Sunday singles session.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 24 sources
Europe · United States
Andretti's bid to enter Formula 1 with Cadillac approved by FIA
The US-based Andretti team's bid to enter Formula 1 with General Motors' Cadillac brand has been approved by motorsport's governing body, the FIA. See the Story
45% Center coverage: 20 sources
Brooks Koepka · O'Neill
'Act like a child' – Koepka takes aim at Rahm
Jon Rahm eagled two of the final three holes at Marco Simone as he and Nicolai Hojgaard came from behind to halve their fourballs match against Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler. Rahm celebrated exuberantly as Europe took firm command of the contest, leading 6.5-1.5.See the Story
46% Right coverage: 11 sources
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Rival ‘closing in’ on SECOND free agent; fringe Sun requests move as Dee’s future ‘up in the air’: Trade Whispers
The Swans are set to pounce on a second free agent. Joel Hamling is now unlikely to re-sign at Fremantle. Plus a fringe Suns forward asks for a trade home. A premiership Demon's future remains uncertain.Get the latest player movement news and updates in AFL Trade Whispers.See the Story
‘What number is that?’: The frustration and confusion that forged the legendary Lap of the Gods
Greg Murphy was the first Supercars driver to navigate Mount Panorama within 127 seconds in 2003. The Kiwi's lap was a full 1.097 seconds quicker than John Bowe's provisional pole, and it made him the first driver to do it in under two minutes. Murphy's sublime performance was capped by triumph with teammate Rick Kelly 24 hours later.See the Story
Andretti has approval to enter F1. Now comes the really hard part
Michael Andretti has his letter of approval from the FIA to form Formula 1's 11th team. The process to enter F1 involves two stages. The first is to satisfy the governing body, the FIA, of a prospective team's capacity to compete in the sport. Now the real hard work begins, with Formula 1 appearing unconvinced of the need for another constructor.See the Story
Andrew McQualter quits Richmond after missing coaching job
Andrew McQualter has quit his role as caretaker coach at Richmond. The 37-year-old was thrust into the role when Damien Hardwick stepped down. He won seven games in 11 games as coach. He put his hand up for the full-time job and was in the final two. The Tigers instead went with a fresh voice in Adem Yze.See the Story
Travis Boak has signed on for an 18th season with Port Adelaide
Boak, 35, will play on for an 18th season after agreeing to the deal which could take the club's games record holder past 350 matches. Boak captained the club for five seasons. He was weighing up his future after Port's straight-sets finals exit.See the Story
Motorsport · Bathurst
Parity battle threatens to blow on Bathurst eve as Ford pushes for fresh changes
Ford teams petition the sport for last-minute aerodynamic changes they say are crucial to a competitive race this weekend. A meeting of team bosses has reportedly been set down for Wednesday morning, barely 24 hours before the start of the first practice session on Thursday. The push for new aero changes comes after Chevrolet Camaro drivers locked out the top five places at the Sandown 500.See the Story
The Australian Open will start on Sunday and last 15 days; The hope is to reduce late nights.
The Australian Open will begin on a Sunday next year, expanding the Grand Slam tennis tournament to a 15-day event for the first time. Tennis Australia says it hopes to make things better for the athletes and spectators by avoiding matches that stretch well past midnight. The new dates for 2024 will be Jan. 14-28, as the Australian Open now joins the French Open as the only tennis majors to be held over 15 days.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
AFL · Port
‘Not worth a fifth-round pick’: Dons’ huge asking price for defender grilled as Port forced to get creative
Essendon's reported asking price of a first-round pick for Brandon Zerk-Thatcher has come under fire from the footy world. The 25-year-old defender handed in his trade request to return to his native South Australian. The Power have the worst draft hand of any club, with their first selection No. 38 set to get moved back multiple spots.See the Story