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Golfers from beyond US borders are on the verge of owning all four major titles for only the second time in golf history by capturing their third Masters green jacket in four years.
PETALING JAYA: One is a legend. The other is on track to becoming one.
CARACAS: Venezuelan golfers hailed compatriot Jhonattan Vegas' PGA Tour win as a big advance for their sport in the baseball-obsessed nation and proof socialist leader Hugo Chavez's disparagement of golf was misplaced.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) - North Korean gymnasts will miss the 2012 London Olympics under a two-year international suspension for age falsification.
TOKYO: Diminutive teen Eri Yoshida says her tricky knuckleball will make up for any lack of size when she becomes the first Japanese woman to play pro baseball against the imposing US male sluggers.
BEIJING: Only one of the some 20 golf courses in Beijing has been developed legally, a member of the law committee in China's parliament said.
BAKURIANI (Georgia): Mourners gathered in the Georgian ski resort of Bakuriani yesterday for the funeral of luger Nodar Kumaritash-vili, with unanswered questions about his death hanging heavy over the ceremony.