CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) - The Latest on the British Open (all times local): 3 p.m. Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele, the last pairing in the final round of the British Open, have teed off at Carnoustie where quite a stiff wind is blowing. Tiger Woods has parred his first two holes and remains four shots back from Spieth, Schauffele and Kevin Kisner, who shared the third-round lead at 9-under.
GSTAAD, Switzerland (AP) - Too-seeded Alize Cornet of France won her sixth career title by beating Mandy Minella of Luxembourg 6-4, 7-6 (6) in the Ladies' Championship Gstaad final on Sunday. Minella, playing in her first final on tour at age 32, was seeking to become the third mother to win a WTA singles title in the past year.
MILLAU, France (AP) - Spectators continue to taunt Chris Froome along the roads of the Tour de France after the four-time champion was cleared of doping. Prior to the start of Stage 15 on Sunday in the southern town of Millau, one spectator leaned over the barriers toward Froome and made a gesture like he was injecting his arm. Throughout the race, spectators have voiced their disapproval of the Team Sky rider.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - On a day when they made a trade to strengthen the back of their bullpen, the Oakland Athletics overcame their All-Star closer's fourth blown save and kept their late-inning magic going. In front of the largest crowd to watch a baseball game at the Coliseum, no less. Jonathan Lucroy singled home Matt Chapman in the 11th inning to give the A's a 4-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night.
CHICAGO (AP) - Matt Carpenter has a garden in his backyard that was planted by teammate Adam Wainwright. The infielder is using the fresh ingredients to make his own salsa, and he brought some on St. Louis' road trip for the first time. Apparently, it's one potent mixture.
Alex Bregman will never forget his first MLB All-Star game. The Houston Astros third baseman and Albuquerque Academy grad picked up MVP honors in an 8-6 American League victory over the National League in ten innings Tuesday night.
Teton Saltes has only played football for a few years. The former Valley Vikings star continues to impress at the University of New Mexico. Saltes originally started his Lobo career on the defensive line. When injuries made the offensive line thin, Saltes was plugged in on the other side of the football to add depth.
Emma Mesta Garcia struggled early in her final round at the New Mexico West Texas Amateur. The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley senior to-be, with the help of her boyfriend and caddy, was able to pull her game together and escape with a one stroke victory. It is her second consecutive win at the NMWT. Mesta-Garcia finished with a 16 over par score while flirting with losing it all.