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Bubba Watson's I-got-this moment came just after weather warnings were issued Sunday afternoon at TPC River Highlands. He made an 11-foot birdie putt on the 15th hole and pumped his fist, the first tangible signs that the Travelers Championship was in for a few more signature moments and a comfortable...
Southern Connecticut was coming off a national championship, and now had another piano player. “In soccer,” Ray Reid says, “we have piano players, and piano carriers.” The carriers do the unglamorous work the team needs. Juan Carlos Osorio, born in Colombia, who had transferred from the University...
Maybe it was a late attempt at self-motivation. Maybe it was blind luck. Maybe it was the intuition of someone who had won the Travelers Championship two times prior to Sunday. It could have been a number of things, but whatever it was, Bubba Watson knew. When he sank an 11-foot putt for birdie...
The 2018 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands was a special event. From the big name golfers who showed up to play, to the hundreds of thousands of fans who turned out to watch throughout the week, to the Sunday charge from Bubba Watson to win the title, there were many great — and memorable...
Two names crept into Stewart Cink’s mind on Sunday as the two-time Travelers Championship winner played his final round of the week: Kevin Streelman and Jim Furyk. Cink started the day 10 shots back of the leader, Paul Casey, at 6-under. He first thought of Streelman, who birdied seven times in...
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Fans in San Diego woke up early to cheer Mexico on to their 2-1 victory against South Korea Saturday.Fans in National City were so excited that they temporarily blocked a part of Highland Avenue during their celebrations, and an MTS bus had to be rerouted. Corporate America Increasingly Avoids Gun-Industry Business “If you ain’t here, you’re missing out!” one fan at the Machete Beer House in National City told NBC 7. He said he thought it would still be difficult for Mexico to win the World Cup, “but it’s possible.”The National City pub was packed with anxious and hardcore fans Saturday morning who feasted on chilaquiles and craft beer as they watched the match play out. Donations, Volunteering Surge at Border Asylum-Seeker Center Mexico earned its first win since their upset against Germany last weekend. The team scored their first goal just 26 minutes into the match against a struggling South Korea team who have now lost their opening two matches.“I feel glorious, just the victory, so emotional,” another fan said as his elated friend attacked him with a hug. “You just feel it all over yourself – it’s just proud. We’re just so proud at the moment.” He said if you’re confident in your team anything is possible and they could make it to the final. “Viva Mexico!” 15-Year-Old Migrant Boy Runs Away From Texas Facility “To see everyone come together, it’s really great,” a female fan who was wearing the Mexican flag around her said. Fred Sanchez, a Mariachi performer who had just come from a show at a restaurant said he was representing Mexico both in spirit and in attire. “Mexico has been doing great,” he added.Mexico next plays Sweden on Wednesday.Photo Credit: NBC 7
Bar owners in Russia are shocked that beer sales have surpassed those of other types of alcohol.
If you're headed to the Travelers Championship over the weekend, make sure to stop by the Fan Zone and the NBC Connecticut booth.You have a chance to meet Snow Monster and enter one of our raffles. World Cup: Colombia Knocks Poland Out of the World Cup, 3-0 There is a raffle where you can have Snow Monster come to your home or office.A second raffle wins you an NBC Connecticut/Telemundo Connecticut prize pack which includes: Celebration, Defiance on Display at NYC Pride Parade "Snow Balls" - Snow Monster Titleist Golf BallsSnow Monster Plush ToySnow Monster Activity BookNBC Connecticut polo shirtNBC Connecticut T-shirtNBC Connecticut insulated travel mugNBC Connecticut golf umbrellaNBC Connecticut journalNBC CT/Telemundo CT memo cubeOn Saturday, visit the booth and meet NBC Connecticut Responds' Sandra Jones and CT Live's Jimmy Marlow and Taylor Kinzler.Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m., NBC Connecticut reporters Justin Schecker and Heather BurianPhoto Credit: NBC CT
The Minnesota Vikings is the first NFL franchise to host a large-scale summit focused on the inclusion of LGBTQ athletes in sports. More than 200 people gathered at the summit in Eagan, Minnesota Thursday.