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Life will never be the same says PGA champion An WENTWORTH: South Korea's Byeong-hun An said his life will never be the same again after he turned the European PGA Championship into a procession winning the prestigious event by six shots at Wentworth on Sunday.Twenty-three-year old An carded a final round 65 to finish on a tournament record mark of 267, 21-under par, beating the 19-under winning scores recorded by Scott Drummond in 2004 and Anders Hansen in 2002.An pocketed a winning prize of 833,333 euros for the best performance of his career in his 31st event on the European Tour.An gets a three-year exemption on the European Tour as well as the massive prize money pot and will shoot up the world rankings from 132nd place."I never thought I would win this event," An told reporters. "It's going to be life changing. It's the biggest event on The European Tour and you get a lot of benefits."This has got ...

Angry Federer blasts French Open after security scare PARIS: Roger Federer blasted French Open organisers Sunday after a fan breached tight security and raced on to court to grab a 'selfie' with the Swiss great.The 17-time Grand Slam winner had just completed a routine 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 win over Colombia's Alejandro Falla when he was shocked to see a young fan sprinting towards him on the showpiece Philippe Chatrier Court.It was particularly embarrassing as security at this year's French Open has been tightened ...
Drogba chaired off in last Chelsea game LONDON: Didier Drogba's final Chelsea game ended in curious fashion as he was carried off by his team-mates after injuring himself during their Premier League home victory over Sunderland on Sunday.The 37-year-old striker had announced prior to kick-off that Chelsea's last competitive match of the season would be the final appearance of his second spell at the club.But after only 30 minutes at Stamford Bridge, and with Chelsea trailing 1-0, he succumbed to injury and ...
Contador repels Astana on Giro's 'Pantani' stage MILAN: Spaniard Alberto Contador failed to commemorate the memory of stricken Marco Pantani but held off the threat of rival team Astana to stretch his lead over Fabio Aru on the 15th stage of the Giro d'Italia Sunday.Contador came over the finish line of the 165km ride from Marostica to Madonna Di Campiglio in third place at five seconds behind stage winner Mikel Landa with Aru finishing a further second behind to remain second overall ...
Vardy stars as partying Leicester trounce QPR LEICESTER: Leicester City celebrated their stunning escape from Premier League relegation with a breezy 5-1 demolition of relegated Queens Park Rangers on the season's final day.Jamie Vardy marked his first England call-up with the opener and further strikes from Marc Albrighton, Leonardo Ulloa, Esteban Cambiasso and Andrej Kramaric left the home fans inside the King Power Stadium in heady mood.Charlie Austin, another new face in England coach Roy Hodgson's latest squad, replied for the visitors, ...
Heerenveen and Vitesse set up Europa League playoff final AMSTERDAM: Mark Uth scored twice in extra time as Heerenveen ousted Feyenoord from the Europa League playoffs in the Netherlands following a 2-2 draw on Sunday.The scoreline gave Heerenveen a 3-2 aggregate triumph and set up a playoff final with Vitesse Arnhem, who defeated PEC Zwolle 3-2 on aggregate earlier in the day.Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, Feyenoord took the tie to extra time when Anass Achahbar netted four minutes before halftime.The Rotterdam club ...
West Ham part company with boss Allardyce LONDON: West Ham United parted company with manager Sam Allardyce after the club's final Premier League match of the season, a 2-0 defeat against Newcastle United on Sunday, the club said in a statement.Allardyce had been in charge of the Hammers for four seasons but just minutes after the defeat at St James' Park, West Ham released a statement saying: "The club have begun the search for a new manager after deciding not to renew ...


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