The Open welcomed its first ever Italian Major Champion last week with Francesco Molinari lifting the Claret Jug on a sun-drenched Carnoustie. With a record breaking number of fans attending the event, spectators were treated to some spectacular golf across the tournament. Fans were delighted to see Tiger Woods back to his best. For the most part of Sunday he led with confidence, and even though he ended up 6th, the idea that he could have won it was welcomed by many.
— The Open (@TheOpen) July 23, 2018
Anthony Joshua has signed a new deal with Matchroom that will see him continue to fight on Sky Sports Box Office for at least another three years. Joshua has expressed his support both for Matchroom and Sky for their dedication to him throughout his career. His next fight will take place on September 22nd against Alexander Povetkin, where Joshua will be defending his IBF, WBA ‘super’ and WBO titles.
????️ "Both Matchroom and Sky have backed me and have given me opportunity after opportunity and I will always deliver. Choosing to renew our deal was always a matter of when not if – @anthonyfjoshua ✍️ pic.twitter.com/OlynYUM4OS
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) July 27, 2018
Lewis Hamilton reclaimed first place in the F1 standings after coming back in stunning fashion to win the German Grand Prix. The Brit, who started in 14th place after a mechanical failure in qualifying, comfortably made his way to 5th place early on, under tough rainy conditions. After Sebastian Vettel crashed out in lap 52 and both Raikkonen and Bottas pitted slowly, Hamilton was able to take the lead behind the safety car. Silverstone was won by a German, Hockenheim by a Brit!
I wish I could describe this feeling right now… What a day, true proof that you should never give up!! The team did such a great job as they always do, I can’t thank them enough! I kept the belief and it came true. A big, big thanks to God ???????? #Godisthegreatest @MercedesAMGF1 pic.twitter.com/5j3VBNFpJA
— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) July 22, 2018