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09.08.2018 03:38
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LENZERHEIDE, Switzerland -- Anna Fenninger of Austria was faster than Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany in a downhill training session Monday which began their duel for major World Cup honours this week. Evgeni Malkin Penguins Jersey . Fenninger was third-fastest on the Silvano Beltrametti course, 0.31 seconds behind Slovenian Tina Mazes pace-setting 1 minute, 34.05 seconds. Fabienne Suter of Switzerland was second, 0.10 back. Hoefl-Riesch was seventh, trailing Fenninger by 0.85 and 1.16 behind Maze. Hoefl-Riesch leads from Fenninger in the overall and downhill standings entering World Cup finals week, with races scheduled in each of the four disciplines. In Wednesdays downhill, Hoefl-Riesch starts 80 points ahead with 100 awarded for victory. Hoefl-Riesch, the 2011 champion, is just 29 ahead overall from her Austrian rival. On Tuesday, the women have another downhill practice and the men run their first. Phil Kessel Penguins Jersey . The 36-year-old said a few months ago he would hang up his boots at the end of the season, but has since changed his mind. "Its a pity the season is ending now, as I am in good physical shape and enjoying myself," Di Natale said. Mario Lemieux Penguins Jersey . - The first sign that Kansas Speedway was going to be a heartbreaker for Hendrick Motorsports should have come during qualifying when Jimmie Johnson inexplicably spun and earned one of his worst starting spots since 2005. . - Justin Turner is at his best with runners in scoring position, and he delivered again in a big spot for the Los Angeles Dodgers.LONDON, Ont. -- It took until the 70th hole of the week for So Yeon Ryu to finally feel some nerves. Ryu set the course record in her first round, held a four-stroke advantage going into Sunday and led by six going into the back nine. A bogey on No. 15 and Na Yeon Chois birdie shrunk the lead to one. "I thought, Everybodys nervous and Na Yeons nervous, definitely, so I just accepted my nervousness so I just tried to enjoy it," Ryu said. "And I hit a great shot." Ryus birdie on the 16th hole Sunday restored her lead to two as she wrapped up her first victory in more than two years by capturing the US$2.25-million Canadian Pacific Womens Open with a 23-under 265. The 24-year-old South Korean shattered the tournament record of 18 under but couldnt break Annika Sorenstams LPGA Tour record of 27 under. "Im a bit disappointed I couldnt reach Annikas record, but it still feels good," Ryu said minutes after getting soaked in champagne by friends Inbee Park and I.K. Kim. "Ive been waiting so much (for) the champagne. I was ready to get champagne. I smell like champagne right now, but Im still so happy." Ryus last win came at the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic in 2012. Since then, she put up 27 top-10 finishes and conceded blowing more than a few chances. "One of my friends asked me, So Yeon, do you want to finish top 10 every tournament or you just want to win one tournament and miss the cut every tournament?" Ryu said. "I said its a really hard question, but at this stage I really need to win." In earning the winners share -- $337,500 -- of the purse at London Hunt and Country Club, Ryu became the tournaments first wire-to-wire champion since Michelle Wie in 2010. Ryu set a course record with a 9-under 63 Thursday and never fell from the top of the leaderboard. Along the way, Ryu was remarkably consistent, finishing with 26 birdies and just three bogeys. Two of them, though, almost ruined her week. With a six-stroke lead after nine holes, Ryu felt confident she could win, but a bogey on No. 10 and a birdie by Choi on 11 got her thinking. Another two-stroke swing on No. 15 gave Choi hope

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