Performance Sports Articles by Date

May 2014

  • Hideki Matsuyama Wins The Memorial After One-Hole Playoff

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    Posted 2 months ago by John Ohail

    In an all out battle at Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Tournament in Ohio, which saw Oakley’s Bubba Watson leading most of the event, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama emerged victorious after a one-hole playoff with American Kevin Na.

  • World Champion Nino Schurter Wins Nove Mesto World Cup

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    Posted 2 months ago by John Ohail

    It’s been all Julien Absalon in the Men’s Elite UCI Mountain Bike World Cup scene so far this season. While the two-time Olympic Champion had already secured World Cup victories in both Pietermaritzburg, South Africa and Cairns, Australia, the current World Champion, Schurter looked to regain control of the World Cup podium. The Swiss native did just that, topping the field by an eight second margin in front of 20,000 screaming fans in the Czech Republic. Absalon finished in the fifth position, twenty-nine seconds back.

  • Team Sky’s Wiggins Triumphs at AMGEN Tour of California; Cavendish Wins Two Stages

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    Posted 2 months ago by John Ohail

    Sir Bradley Wiggins’ 2014 AMGEN Tour of California campaign was extremely reminiscent of his 2012 Tour de France victory. Back in winning form, the Tour de France and Olympic Champion took to the California landscape with one thing on his mind: adding to his already impressive resume with an AMGEN Tour of California title, one of the few cycling feats he had not yet achieved. From his domination of the individual time trial during stage two, to the first climbing stage on the third day of racing, Wiggins and his Team Sky teammates put him into position to bring home California’s version of the yellow jersey. He took the top prize by an overall margin of 30 seconds over Garmin-Sharp’s Rohan Dennis.