Golf: Patrick Cantlay bags Nicklaus Trophy as PGA Player of the Year

MIAMI (FIELD LEVEL MEDIA REUTERS) – FedEx Cup winner Patrick Cantlay is the PGA Tour Player of the Year. Cantlay, 29, led wire to wire at East Lake to claim the Tour Championship, capping a four-win 2021 that included US$7,638,805 (S$10.2 million) in official winnings plus US$15 million as the FedEx Cup champion. The PGA... » read more

Golf: Cantlay, Rahm among nominees for PGA Tour’s Player of the Year

MIAMI (REUTERS) – Patrick Cantlay, whose Tour Championship victory earned him his first FedExCup title, was nominated for the PGA Tour’s Player of the Year award along with Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau, Collin Morikawa and Harris English, the tour said on Tuesday (Sept 7). Cantlay’s one-shot victory over world number one Rahm at the Tour... » read more

Lvji Technology Announces 2021 Interim Results
Lvji Technology Announces 2021 Interim Results

HONG KONG, Aug 27, 2021 – (ACN Newswire via SEAPRWire.com) – China’s leading online tour guide provider Lvji Technology Holding Inc. (“Lvji Technology” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”, stock code: 1745.HK) is pleased to announce its consolidated results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 (the “Period”). Since March 2021,... » read more

Golf: Thailand’s Pajaree claims maiden LPGA title

BALLYMENA (AFP) – Thailand’s Pajaree Anannarukarn beat American Emma Talley on the second hole of a play-off to win the LPGA World Invitational title on Sunday (Aug 1). The pair had begun the day tied for the lead with Jennifer Kupcho and the same trio reached the 18th tee locked together on 16 under par,... » read more

Cycling: Peter Sagan to skip Tokyo Games over Tour injury

BRATISLAVA (AFP) – Slovakian cycling superstar Peter Sagan will skip the Tokyo Olympic Games because of an injury he picked up during the Tour de France, the Slovak Olympic Committee said on Tuesday (July 13). The 31-year-old three-time world champion from 2015-2017 and seven-time winner of the Tour de France green sprint points jersey hurt... » read more

Cycling: Kuss wins Tour de France stage 15 as Pogacar retains lead
Cycling: Kuss wins Tour de France stage 15 as Pogacar retains lead

ANDORRA (Reuters) – American Sepp Kuss claimed his maiden victory on the Tour de France with a solo ride in the 15th stage as defending champion Tadej Pogacar was barely bothered in the 191.3-km mountain trek from Ceret to Andorra on Sunday (July 11). The Jumbo-Visma rider prevailed from the day’s breakaway thanks to a... » read more

Cycling: Cavendish closes on Merckx’s Tour de France stage win record

VALENCE, FRANCE (REUTERS) – Mark Cavendish edged closer to Eddy Merckx’s all-time Tour de France stage wins record on Tuesday (July 6) when he claimed his third victory in this year’s race. The Briton won a bunch sprint to take the 10th stage, a 190.7km ride from Albertville, to rack up his 33rd career win... » read more

Golf: Brendon Todd out of Wells Fargo after positive Covid-19 test
Golf: Brendon Todd out of Wells Fargo after positive Covid-19 test

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – American golfer Brendon Todd has withdrawn from this week’s Wells Fargo Championship after testing positive for Covid-19, the PGA Tour said on Tuesday (May 4). The 35-year-old, chasing his first tournament victory since claiming two PGA Tour wins in November 2019, will be replaced by first alternate JJ Spaun. “Todd will... » read more

Lvji Technology Announced 2020 Annual Results
Lvji Technology Announced 2020 Annual Results

HONG KONG, Mar 26, 2021 – (ACN Newswire via SEAPRWire.com) – China’s leading online tour guide provider Lvji Technology Holding Inc. (“Lvji Technology” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”, stock code: 1745.HK) announced its consolidated results for the year ended December 31, 2020 (“the Year”). Financial Highlights:— The revenue in 2020 was... » read more

Tennis: Djokovic pulls out of Miami to spend time with family

MIAMI (REUTERS) – World number one Novak Djokovic will delay his comeback to the ATP Tour following a muscle injury after deciding to skip the Miami Open starting next week to spend more time with his family. Djokovic sustained a muscle tear that hindered him during his successful Australian Open title defence last month and... » read more

An cracks Carolina code in Bangkok
An cracks Carolina code in Bangkok

BANGKOK • Teenage prodigy An Se-young pushed to victory in a tough clash against Spain’s Carolina Marin yesterday at the World Tour Finals, recording her first win over the reigning Olympic champion in Bangkok. The world’s top players have been competing in the Thai capital for three consecutive tournaments in a bio-secure bubble amid the... » read more

Marin in smashing form as rivals play catch-up
Marin in smashing form as rivals play catch-up

BANGKOK • As reigning Olympic badminton champion Carolina Marin continues to go from strength to strength, her main rivals are searching for some semblance of consistency. The Spaniard, looking for a hat-trick of titles since badminton’s restart, marched towards a swift Group A victory over Canada’s 10th-ranked Michelle Li 21-16, 21-13 at the World Tour... » read more

Kim soars with late birdies
Kim soars with late birdies

LOS ANGELES • South Korean Kim Si-woo rolled in back-to-back birdies at the 16th and 17th holes to hold off hard-charging Patrick Cantlay and win the US PGA Tour event in La Quinta, California, by one stroke. But his third PGA Tour victory, after firing eight birdies in an eight-under 64 for a 23-under total... » read more

I love you daddy: Marin to late father after win
I love you daddy: Marin to late father after win

BANGKOK • Reigning Olympic champion Carolina Marin has bolstered her chances of claiming back-to-back gold medals in Tokyo after beating top seed Tai Tzu-ying yesterday to win the women’s singles at the Yonex Thailand Open. The opening event of the Badminton World Federation World Tour in Bangkok also saw Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen winning the men’s... » read more

After 11 years, LPGA chief will step down

MIAMI • LPGA commissioner Mike Whan said on Wednesday he will step down from the job later this year after an 11-year reign helming women’s golf. The American said in an open letter he would quit the position sometime this year, but did not give a firm timetable for his departure. “I know that news... » read more