10 results for "JOHN LEICESTER"
"Rory's going to get you!" hollered the Ryder Cup crowd as Rickie Fowler stepped up to drive off the first tee.
Had he looked around him during his long and lonesome walk toward the 14th hole, Bubba Watson could have immersed himself in one of the finest vistas in Scotland. Shimmering in the distance behind him, come-hither valleys cut by long-gone glacie...
At the back of the first tee, hemmed in on three sides by a crowd incandescent with eagerness despite the ungodly hour and early morning Scottish chill, a young and frightened deer bounded over a fence and scurried past the tunnel through which ...
There is a white persons' get-together in a beautiful valley in Scotland this week, also known as the Ryder Cup.
Throw together some Englishmen with a Frenchman, a German and a Spaniard and you've got what sounds like the start of a joke.
Half the height of Mount Everest, climbed on a bike, in a single day. Even by Tour de France standards, Stage 19 was difficult.
After nearly five grueling hours of riding, as he strained and sweated to victory in an eye-popping Tour de France stage with crowds that turned cycling's most famous climb into a huge and raucous high-mountain party, Christophe Riblon didn&...
At his first real opportunity, Chris Froome blew away his main Tour de France rivals with a supersonic burst Saturday, a fierce uphill climb that felt a little like the bad old days of Lance Armstrong.
A funny thing about the Tour de France is it can give competitors the most fabulous terrain on which to ride, but it cannot force them to race.
Lance Armstrong made himself the uninvited guest at the Tour de France on Friday, coming back to haunt the 100th edition of the race and infuriating riders past and present by talking in a newspaper interview about doping in the sport.