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The big boys brought their little girls to see NASCAR's shining star.
Poulter again proved to be one tough customer Saturday when he beat Steve Stricker with one big putt after another, advancing to the semifinals and improving his record in match play around the world to 19-3-2 over the last four years. Next up is Mahan, who outlasted U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson in 18 holes.
It's been years since Dale Earnhardt Jr. was a non-factor during Speedweeks.
David Beckham could make his debut Sunday with Paris Saint-Germain when the team faces rival Marseille.
At least 33 fans were injured Saturday during a NASCAR race when a car flew into the fence at Daytona International Speedway, hurling a tire and large pieces of debris into the stands.
As emergency workers tended to injured fans and ambulance sirens wailed in the background, a somber Stewart skipped the traditional post-race victory celebration. The crash began as the field closed in on the finish line and sent rookie Kyle Larson's car sailing into the fence that separates the track from the seats.
Bryce Salvador questioned himself. His entire career, coaches told the defenseman to stand in front of the net. Then Peter DeBoer came to the New Jersey Devils last season, armed with a new system that transformed the team's philosophy.
Ian Poulter obviously did a lot more than just fuss over his wardrobe and trendy apparel line during a long break before the Match Play Championship.
Stacey Lewis shot a 3-under 69 Friday to keep her three-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Thailand.