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Blimp goes down at US Open

The blimp was reportedly capturing aerial images of the tournament. The last tweet the firm shared was a retweet from a US Open viewer who wrote " this is an ominously low blimp wouldn't you say? ". Open. Video released on Twitter shows a blimp at the U.S open crashing to the ground. Law enforcement is investigating the crash and its cause.


Steelers sign Watt to finish draft class

Steelers sign Watt to finish draft class

They haven't beaten New England since 2011. All Steelers selected in the 2017 NFL Draft have now signed with the team. "They've been a great team, they have a great leader, and they just find a way to win. The Steelers will be able to get their revenge against the Patriots when the two teams meet in Pittsburgh on December 17. That will prove to be a tall order, as New England has won at least 12 games in every season since 2010, and previous year, the Patriots won 14 games.


De Villiers to lead South Africa in T20 series v England

De Villiers to lead South Africa in T20 series v England

Though South Africa have been using T20 matches to experiment and blood new players - as was the case against Sri Lanka when Farhaan Behardien led the side - they have combined youth and experience in this group. Unfortunately, Lungi Ngidi could not be considered because of injury", Zondi said. Linda Zondi also mentioned that the South Africa tour of England would be a great opportunity for the inexperienced players to gel better with the experienced players of the team.



Blimp operator: Pilot 'OK' after US Open crash

According to the USGA, the blimp was not affiliated with the event. The man was the only person aboard when the craft went down shortly before midday at the Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wisconsin . With a great Masters Tournament already taken place in Augusta in April, let's take a look at the 10 things you'll probably need to know about the 117th US Open heading into this weekend at Erin Hills.


Mooy on verge of record-smashing deal

Mooy on verge of record-smashing deal

Mooy starred while on loan for the Terriers in the English second division last season, playing in 51 matches across the league and Cups and earning a place in the EFL Championship team of the year. The news regarding Mooy's permanent arrival will further add to the feelgood factor at Town, fresh from head coach David Wagner agreeing a new contract in principle ahead of heading off for a summer break.