#1 43.860 seconds. France, like last weekend, were second.Emily Kay, winner of th von corse178 07.10.2019 08:19

MADISON, Miss. -- Woody Austin won the Sanderson Farms Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory since 2007, beating Cameron Beckman and Daniel Summerhays with an 8-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff. The 49-year-old Austin is the eighth oldest winner in PGA Tour history and the oldest since Fred Funk won at 50 in 2007. Austin came into the final round two shots behind Summerhays and Nicholas Thompson, but made up ground with a 5-under 67 to finish at 20-under 268. Beckman and Summerhays both birdied No. 18 to match Austin, and Beckman missed a 5-foot putt that would have forced a second playoff hole. Beckman shot 67, and Summerhays had a 69. Austin was making his fourth PGA Tour start of the year. He has four career victories. Summerhays and Thompson started the day tied for the lead, two shots ahead the pack. But Thompson fell out of contention quickly with a double bogey on No. 5 and a bogey on No. 8. He finished fourth at 18 under, two shots back after a 71. Summerhays moved into the lead with a birdie on No. 9, but made bogey on 14 and fell behind until making birdies on both Nos. 17 and 18. It was the second straight week Summerhays failed to close a tournament after having at least a share of the lead on the final day. His drive on the playoff hole -- the 5,532-yard, par-5 18th -- found the bunker on the right side of the fairway and he hit into the water on his second shot. He tied for fourth the week before at the John Deere, a stroke out of a playoff after bogeying the final hole. Austin wasnt the only veteran making a move on the final day. Beckman, a 43-year-old, recovered from a 72 in the opening round to post a 64, 65 and 67 in the final three rounds. He was tied for the lead at various times Sunday. He drilled an impressive 15-foot birdie putt to force the playoff, but his 5-foot putt on the playoff hole missed to the right. Billy Andrade charged up the leaderboard with a 65 to tie for fifth at 17 under. The 49-year-old started the day seven shots off the lead but climbed quickly by shooting 7 under through his first 11 holes. He finished with seven straight pars. It was the first day of the tournament that didnt involve a weather delay. But there was plenty of heat and humidity -- as well as some wind for the first time all week -- as players dealt with a soft course that received more than an inch of rain overnight. Fake Nike Air Max 97 . What general manager Dave Nonis called "short and productive" negotiations ended with Kessel signing a US$64-million, eight-year contract on Tuesday. Wholesale Nike Air Max 97 . Kiriasis and brakeman Franziska Fritz finished two runs in one minute 55.41 seconds -- a mere 0.01 seconds ahead of Meyers and Lolo Jones, who likely bolstered her Olympic hopes by helping give USA-1 a huge push in the second heat. https://www.fakeairmax97wholesale.com/ . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. Nike Air Max 97 Sale . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others. Nike Air Max 97 Outlet . The third-ranked Ivanovic, who won the event in 2008 and 10, served five aces and broke Wickmayer, also a former winner in 2009, five times. "The result looked easier than it really was," Ivanovic said. Jack Carlin, Ryan Owens and Joe Truman combined to win mens team sprint gold as Great Britain made a strong start to the second Track World Cup of the season in Apeldoorn, Holland on Friday.The trio won for a second successive weekend after triumphing in Glasgow in round one, finishing the three-rider, three-lap event in 43.860 seconds. France, like last weekend, were second.Emily Kay, winner of the new-look omnium in Glasgow, was second in the multi-discipline event.The 21-year-old was fifth in the opening scratch race, second in the tempo race and fourth in the elimination race to sit second, 10 points behind leader Kirsten Wild entering the final discipline, the points race.Kay could not overturn the deficit, scoring in two of the eight sprintss as Wild enhanced her advantage to win by 122 points.dddddddddddd The Briton finished with 107, one more than Rachele Barbieri of Italy, who was third.Chris Latham was second in the scratch race won by Belarus Raman Ramanau, with Irelands Felix English fourth and Wales Sam Harrison seventh.Rachel James and Olympic individual bronze medallist Katy Marchant, returning after a spell Keirin racing in Japan, were fifth in the womens two-rider, two-lap team sprint won by Spain.Britain did not qualify for the medal rides in the mens four-rider, four-kilometres team pursuit in a line-up showing wholesale changes from Glasgow. ' ' '

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