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2024 Nike Football Kickoff Classic features Massillon Tigers in their opener vs NFL Academy

Canton Repository 13 Jun 2024
The NFL Academy team is based in London and features elite athletes from not only the UK, but also Europe and Africa.How to watch, stream Massillon Tigers football in the Nike Kickoff Classic ... NFL Network will air the Classic on Saturday, Aug.
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Ghanaian Afro-dancehall star Stonebwoy records at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studios, inspired to ...

Business Ghana 11 Jun 2024
In 2023, Stonebwoy was part of a “Buffalo Soldier” remake on Marley’s posthumous album “Africa Unite.” The album reinterpreted Marley’s classics with Afrobeats ...
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MY LIFE IN FOOD: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on the perfect shepherd

The Daily Mail 08 Jun 2024
My mum and dad had escaped the London rat race to live in the country, and it was the start of a completely new life ... My classics teacher, Jimmy Bell, was a gastronome ... Classic 70s stuff ... to get me back to Africa where I’d worked in conservation ... .
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Ballet Bloch Canada bringing Cinderella to life in West Vancouver

North Shore News 06 Jun 2024
“This young man is destined to dance as a classical ballet dancer,” said Bloch ... Later, she performed classical ballet with one of South Africa’s top ballet companies for eight years.
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Ernie Els shoots 65, wins Principal Charity Classic by two strokes

Gwinnett Daily Post 03 Jun 2024
Tied for the lead entering the final round, Ernie Els of South Africa shot a 7-under 65 on Sunday to win by two strokes at the Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa ... .
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Ernie Els wins 2024 Principal Charity Classic, his first PGA Tour Champions win of the year

Des Moines Register 03 Jun 2024
It took four appearances at the Principal Charity Classic for Ernie Els to get his first win in Des Moines, with the South Africa native simultaneously earning his first PGA Tour Champions win this season.
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Ernie Els wins, Bernhard Langer ties for third at 2024 Principal Charity Classic on PGA ...

Golf Week 03 Jun 2024
It took four appearances at the Principal Charity Classic for Ernie Els to get his first win there, with the South Africa native simultaneously earning his first PGA Tour Champions win this season.
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Ernie Els wins Principal Charity Classic on Champions Tour

Independent online (SA) 03 Jun 2024
South Africa’s Ernie Els claimed a two-stroke victory in the Principal Charity Classic on the PGA Champions Tour on Sunday. It was the fourth Champions Tour victory for Els, who closed with a seven-under 65 to finish on 21-under for the week ... .
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Yuka Saso wins another US Women's Open. This one was for Japan

Newsday 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pa. — Yuka Saso became a U.S ... She also has two titles on the Japan LPGA ... But the Stanford alum, a former No ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen ... ....
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GOLF/ Yuka Saso wins another U.S. Women's Open, this one for Japan

Asahi News 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pa.--Yuka Saso became a U.S ... Saso's only other LPGA Tour victory was the Women's Open at Olympic Club in 2021 ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen. .
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Yuka Saso wins another US Women’s Open

Wilmington News Journal 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — Yuka Saso became a U.S ... She also has two titles on the Japan LPGA ... But the Stanford alum, a former No ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen.
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Yuka Saso wins another U.S. Women's Open, this time for Japan

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER — Yuka Saso became a U.S ... She also has two titles on the Japan LPGA ... But the Stanford alum, a former No ... She shot 77 ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa and the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen.
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Saso wins another U.S. Women's Open, but this one is for Japan

Moosejaw Today 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — Yuka Saso became a U.S ... But the Stanford alum, a former No ... I'm very happy that I was able to do it ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen ... .
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Yuka Saso wins another US Women's Open

Sun Star 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania — The first Filipina to win the U.S. Women's Open, and now the first from Japan ... She shot 77 ... 13 ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen.
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Yuka Saso captures second US Women's Open title

Manila Bulletin 03 Jun 2024
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — The first Filipina to win the U.S. Women's Open, and now the first from Japan ... (AP) ... She shot 77 ... 13 ... Sally Little won the 1980 LPGA Championship for South Africa, and then won the du Maurier Classic in 1988 as an American citizen ... .

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