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Spieth, Koepka & Kuchar share Open lead – report & video

Spieth, Koepka & Kuchar share Open lead – report & video

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Media playback is not supported on this device 2017 Open Championship on the BBCVenue: Royal Birkdale Dates: 20-23 JulyLive: Listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary and follow text updates - including in-play video clips - on BBC Sport website and mobile app. TV highlights on BBC Two. Click for full times.Open leaderboard, round one-5 J Spieth (US), B Koepka (US), M Kuchar (US); -4 P Casey (Eng), C Schwartzel (SA); -3 I Poulter (Eng), J Thomas (US), R Bland (Eng), A Connelly (Can), C Hoffman (US), R Cabrera-Bello (Spa)Selected: -2 H Matsuyama (Jpn), M Laird (Sco), R Ramsey (Sco), E Els (SA), B Watson (US), S Manley (Wal); -1 M Fitzpatrick (Eng), H Stenson (Swe), A Johnston (Eng), J Day (Aus), A Scott (Aus), J Rahm (Spa); Level P Lawrie (Sc...
SmackDown Live results 18/7 – Orton sends Battleground warning to WWE Champ

SmackDown Live results 18/7 – Orton sends Battleground warning to WWE Champ

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Orton will step into the Punjabi Prison this Sunday Wednesday, July 19, 2017Fans who have yet to experience the sheer presence of a Punjabi Prison got a sneak peek on last night’s SmackDown Live as Randy Orton sent a direct message to his Battleground opponent.WWE Champion Jinder Mahal opened the show to re-introduce the WWE Universe to the frightening structure and proclaim he would destroy the Viper inside the reinforced steel bamboo on Sunday. Not one to take a verbal bashing lightly, Orton joined in proceedings and stated his own intentions. Scaling the top of the cage, he vowed to end Mahal’s title reign and reminded the champion that he has the weight of 1.3 billion on his shoulders, while Orton has nothing to lose.[embedded content]See me twist Orton up with steel and bamboo in Phil
Chelsea FC news: Antonio Conte signs new two-year contract, and this is what fans think

Chelsea FC news: Antonio Conte signs new two-year contract, and this is what fans think

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Antonio Conte has signed a new two-year deal with ChelseaTuesday, July 18, 2017Antonio Conte has agreed a new two-year deal with Chelsea having guided the west London club to the Premier League title last season.The Italian has put pen to paper on improved terms, though it is believed the deal is NOT an extension; he signed a three-year contact last summer, and this new two-year deal is still set to expire in the summer of 2019.It is hard to deny Conte deserves an improved deal, given Chelsea's excellence in 2016/17, and fans are hoping the Blues emulate their impressive form this coming campaign.The overall reaction to Conte signing his new contract has been positive, though there are some doubts as to why he has not been offered an extension to his exisiting terms.talkSPORT have collecte...