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Tiger Woods Claims First Victory In 2 Years

After two years plagued by scandal, injury and swing changes, Tiger Woods finally got the victory that has been eluding him. Woods came into the final round of the Chevron World Challenge trailing former Masters Champion Zach Johnson by one stroke. The final pairing went back and forth for most of Sunday, until Johnson holed […]

Tigers Stymie Yanks Bats, Advance to ALCS

The Yankees stranded 11 runners Thursday night as they fell to the Tigers 3-2 in Game 5 of the ALDS. The Tigers pitched their way out of jams all game as they advance to the American League Championship Series. Don Kelley and Delmon Young hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning against Yankees starter Ivan […]

Another Tough Start for A.J. Burnett, but Not According to Him

Almost every athlete goes through slumps. Its just part of the game. What is just as important as getting out of the slump is how you handle yourself during it. We know A.J. Burnett can’t pitch, but he has exposed another weakness: a dearth of gravitas. After another sub-par performance on Monday afternoon (4.0 IP, […]

Djokovic Claims First U.S. Open Title

When Novak Djokovic thrashed an inside out forehand to win his first U.S Open title, he solidified himself as the true World Number 1. Djokovic ended the Grand Slam season the same way he started it: in a zone. Djokovic produced blistering returns all night and hit 55 winners en route to his third Grand […]

2011 U.S. Open Men’s Day 11: Nadal, Federer, Americans Advance

After two days of unremitting rain, matches finally resumed on Thursday at the U.S. Open. The inclement weather over the past 72 hours has forced tournament officials to move both the Men’s and Women’s finals back a day. Here are some of the results for day 11. The Big Four Rafael Nadal defeated Luxembourger Gilles […]

2011 U.S. Open: Day 1 and 2 Recap

Thanks to Christopher Camacho for additional content Despite Hurricane Irene ripping through the Northeast over the weekend, the US Open started under a clear August sky Monday Morning in Flushing Meadows. Here are some of the notable results from both the Men’s and Women’s draws. Men’s Draw Top ranked American Mardy Fish notched an easy straight […]

2011 U.S. Open Tennis Championships: Men’s Preview

The Big Four This year in tennis has been a coming out party for Novak Djokovic. The 24-year-old Serbian arrives in New York with a gaudy 57-2 record. The world number 1 also claimed two major titles this year, winning his second Australian Open and his first Wimbledon. Djokovic is not only having his best […]

Keegan Bradley Shines at 93rd PGA Championship

When Keegan Bradley triple bogeyed the par three 15th at The Atlanta Athletic club on Sunday, you couldn’t help but think we were on our way toward another colorless major championship finish. After Bradley’s blow up, Jason Dufner held a five-stroke lead, and it looked like another cipher of the golf world was cruising to […]

Tiger Woods’ Future in Golf: Can He Break Jack Nicklaus’s Majors Record?

The question that looms in the golf world is who is the next face of golf. Since Tiger Woods abdicated his throne as world No. 1, we’ve heard names like Rory McIlroy, Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, and Luke Donald. The problem is No. 1 can’t easily be filled.  Westwood lasted 22 weeks, Kaymer 8, and […]

Justin Ayoub

Justin Ayoub has written 9 posts for Sports of New York

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