Sunday, July 25, 2010

German GP

Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland
Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany
Pole Position : Sebastian Vettel

1. Fernando Alonso - Ferrari

2. Felipe Massa - Ferrari

3. Sebastian Vettel - RBR Renault

4. Lewis Hamilton - McLaren Mercedes

5. Jenson Button - McLaren Mercedes

6. Mark Webber - RBR Renault

7. Robert Kubica - Renault

8. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes GP

9. Michael Schumacher - Mercedes GP

10. Vitaly Petrov - Renault

U.S. Grand Prix

Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

1. Jorge Lorenzo - Fiat Yamaha

2. Casey Stoner - Ducati Team

3. Valentino Rossi - Fiat Yamaha

Monday, July 19, 2010

The Open 2010

Old Course, St. Andrew, Scotland

Day 4

272 - Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 65 67 69 71

279 Lee Westwood (GBR) 67 71 71 70

280 - Rory McIlroy (GBR) 63 80 69 68
Henrik Stenson (SWE) 68 74 67 71
Paul Casey (GBR) 69 69 67 75

Day 3

201 - Luois Oosthuizen (RSA) 65 67 69

205 - Paul Casey (GBR) 69 69 67

208 - Martin Kaymer (GER) 69 71 68

Day 2

132 - Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 65 67

137 - Mark Calcavecchia (USA) 70 67

138 - Paul Casey (GBR) 69 69
Lee Westwood (GBR) 67 71

Day 1

63 - Rory McIIroy (GBR)

65 - Louis Oosthuizen (RSA)

66 - John Daly (USA)
Andrew Coltart (GBR)
Steven Tiley (GBR)
Bradley Dredge (GBR)
Peter Hanson (SWE)

Sunday, July 18, 2010

GrandPrix Germany

eni Motorrad Grand rix Deutschland
Sachsenring, Germany

1. Danny Pedrosa - Honda HRC

2. Jorge Lorenzo - Yamaha Factory

3. Casey Stoner - Ducati MotoGP

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

2010 FIFA All Star

Iker Casillas

Philip Lahm
Carles Puyol
Sergio Ramos

Wesley Sneijder
Bastian Schweinsteiger
Andreas Iniesta

David Villa
Diego Forlan

Monday, July 12, 2010

World Cup 2010 BEST XI

(as voted by

Best XI (4-2-3-1):


GK: Iker Casillas (Spain)


RB: Khalid Boulahrouz (Netherlands)

CB: Gerard Pique (Spain)

CB: Carles Puyol (Spain)

LB: Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Netherlands)


MF: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)

MF: Xavi (Spain)

MF: Arjen Robben (Netherlands)

MF: Andres Iniesta (Spain)

MF: Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)


FW: Diego Forlan (Uruguay)

FIFA World Cup Award


ADIDAS Golden Ball : Diego Forlan (URU)

ADIDAS Silver Ball: Wesley Sneijder (NED)

ADIDAS Bronze Ball: David Villa (ESP)

Golden Boot: Thomas Muller (GER)

Silver Boot : David Villa (ESP)

Bronze Boot: Wesley Sneijder (NED)

ADIDAS Golden Glove

Iker Casillas (ESP)

HYUNDAI Best Young Player

Thomas Mueller (GER)

FIFA Fair Play Award

World Cup 2010




Espana - The Netherlands 1 - 0
Iniesta 116'

British GP

Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix

Pole Position : Sebastian Vettel

1. Mark Webber - RBR Renault

2. Lewis Hamilton McLaren Mercedes

3. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes GP

4. Jenson Button - McLaren Mercedes

5. Ruben Barrichello - William-Cosworth

6. Kamui Kobayashi - BMW Sauber Ferrari

7. Sebastian Vettel - RBR Renault

8. Adrian Sutil - Force India Mercedes

9. Michael Schumacher - Mercedes GP

10. Nico Hulkenberg - William Cosworth

Sunday, July 11, 2010

World Cup 2010

3rd Place

Germany - Uruguay 3
- 2
Ger: Mueller 19', Jensen 56', Khedira 82' Uru: Cavani 28', Forlan 51'

Friday, July 9, 2010

Hyundai Best Young Player nomiees

Nominees for the Hyundai Best Young Player Award at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa:

Thomas Mueller (GER): Thomas Mueller’s rapid rise through the senior football ranks has been nothing short of remarkable. A fringe player with his club, Bayern Munich, just two seasons ago, and with a first international cap coming only in March of this year (presciently, a friendly against Argentina), the 20-year-old striker has captured the imagination of fans everywhere with his pulsating approach play and vital goals (4) and assists (3).

Giovani Dos Santos (MEX): Still only 21, Giovani Dos Santos is one of the most famous faces in the Mexico squad. “Gio”, who played much of the most recent club season on loan to Turkish side Galatasaray, burst on to the scene aged 16 when he showed prodigious technique and vision in helping Mexico to victory in the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru in 2005. The super-nimble young forward has become a key cog in the attractive Tricolor team and looks sure to be around for years to come.

Andre Ayew (GHA): The son of Black Stars legend Abedi Pele, ”Dede” Ayew is used to living his young life in the footballing spotlight and he has handled the attention with great poise. He already became a world champion with the U-20s in Ghana last year. As an attacking midfielder, Ayew has become an important part of Ghana’s playing system with a successful pass rate of 85 per cent.

ADIDAS Golden Ball Nominees

Diego Forlan (Uruguay)
Architect of the team’s attack, very influential, great impact for his team, provider of quality final passes, goal scorer, set pieces/shots from long range

Asamoah Gyan (Ghana)
Huge work rate, efficient, good dribbler, creates problems to each defence, good goal scorer

Andres Iniesta (Spain)
Very fine ball-playing attacking midfielder, a star for the team, impressive dribbling ability

Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Outstanding in his pace and creativity for his team, dribbling, shooting, passing – spectacular and efficient

Mesut Oezil (Germany)
A real talent for the present and the future, quick feet and great vision, good final and decisive passes

Arjen Robben (Netherlands)
Very good pace and dribbling skills, wonderful ability to cut inside from the right, effective to his team

Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
Impressive by his first pass (forward and accurate), very good passer, has moments of individual brilliance, ball-winner

Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands)
A maestro in midfield, exceptional work rate, the engine of Netherland’s attacks, excellent passer and scorer

David Villa (Spain)
Top scorer; quick, two footed, very good on one-on-one situations, provides good final passes, excellent finisher

Xavi (Spain)
The metronome and the engine of the Spanish team, very influential in the passing style of the game, one of the finest midfielders in the tournament

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

World Cup 2010

Semi Final

Spain - Germany 1 - 0
Puyol 73'

Netherlands - Uruguay 3 - 2
Ned: van Bronckhorst 18', Sneijder 70', Robben 73' Uru: Forlan 41', M. Pererira 90' +2