Hamilton equals hero Senna with pole in Canada

Vettel's lead over Hamilton was cut to 12 points as a result of the Canadian race - 141-129. Hamilton's best lap in a blazing, course-record one minute 11.459 seconds on Saturday earned the 65th pole position of his 11-year career, tying him with Senna for second place all-time, three behind Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher .

Golden State Warriors reign king in NBA championship parade

After the Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals , the future of LeBron James became even more unclear. I probably wouldn't have been so sour about the win if the Warriors had won in seven, but the domination frustrated me.

Karen Khachanov has inside information on Andy Murray for French Open clash

Crestfallen, the 2009 US Open champion rested his hands and head on the net for nearly the entire duration of the changeover before handing Murray the break in the opening game of the second set. Losing that set on a disputed line call cut the 28-year-old del Potro deep. With some exquisite returning and acutely angled groundstrokes, Murray raced through the final set and into the fourth round.

Pittsburgh Penguins goalie quandary: Murray vs Fleury - Game 5

Pucks bouncing past him on the NHL's biggest stage infuriate him. The goal came after he was held without a shot for only the fifth time in his career in the playoffs. Still, Rinne is 0-5 in his career in Pittsburgh. "If I make the save there, it could be a different game", Murray said. There's no shortage of confidence for Penguins goalies Matt Murray and Marc-Andre Fleury, but they've split the duties nearly evenly so far in the playoffs.

March of the Penguins! 650000 Pittsburgh fans celebrate Stanley Cup win

March of the Penguins! 650000 Pittsburgh fans celebrate Stanley Cup win

The Pittsburgh Penguins' Stanley Cup victory parade and rally drew an estimated 650,000 people downtown. You know Penguins fans will want an up close glimpse of Conn Smythe Trophy victor Sidney Crosby and the rest of the champs! -The Penguins would accept an invitation to the White House to celebrate their Stanley Cup championship with President Donald Trump, the team announced.

Wounded Pakistan look to overcome India for final glory

Wounded Pakistan look to overcome India for final glory

Meanwhile Azhar said there was no hiding from the scale of a fixture which, mainly because of political pressure, rarely takes place outside of a major worldwide tournament. "Tactically we'd always spoken about our guys wanting to express themselves with the ball and wanting to attack", Arthur said. Pakistan does not have many established stars, but there are exciting young talents.