Trevor Immelman held his nerve to shoot a final-round 75 and win the 2008 Masters by three shots over Tiger Woods, who also finished second in 2007. "Here I am, after missing the cut last week, the Masters champion," Immelman said. "It's the craziest thing I've ever heard of."
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Maria Sharapova defeated Dominika Cibulkova on Sunday to run her record to 22-1 this year and become the first player on the WTA tour to win three times in 2008.
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A crowd of 60,000 turned out for Florida's annual spring game, in which Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns and Chris Rainey (pictured) scored twice.
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Tens of thousands of fans lined the downtown streets of Lawrence, Kan., on Sunday to honor the national basketball champion Jayhawks. Kansas beat Memphis 75-68 to win its first title since 1988.
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Andy Roddick won two singles matches in three days to help the U.S. advance past France in Davis Cup and into a semifinal matchup against Spain. The U.S. is the defending Davis Cup champion.
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In what may have been the SuperSonics last game in Seattle, a near sellout crowd saw rookie Kevin Durant score twice in the last 45 seconds of a 99-95 victory over Dallas. The Sonics may be relocated to Oklahoma City next season.
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Kobe Bryant and the Lakers took sole possession of the Western Conference lead Sunday with a victory over the Spurs and put themselves a win away from nabbing the No. 1 playoff seed outright.
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The AL East rivals Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees squared off for the first time this season, with Boston winning two of three in Fenway Park.
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The Dallas Stars, eliminated in the first round of the last three postseasons, dominated the defending champion Anaheim Ducks 4-0 and 5-2 in the first two games of their series, both in Anaheim.
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Nathan Gerbe scored twice and had two assists as Boston College won the NCAA hockey championship with a 4-1 victory over Notre Dame in Denver.
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Two-time reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson led a race-high 120 laps, the last 80 without stopping for gas, en route to winning at Phoenix on Saturday. It was Hendricks Motorsports first victory of the season.
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Miguel Cotto ran his record to 32-0 by battering Alfonso Gomez for five rounds Saturday night in Atlantic City to retain his WBA welterweight title.
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With the Kentucky Derby three weeks away, Monba beat stablemate Cowboy Cal by a neck in the Blue Grass Stakes on Saturday. "Both horses showed they belong at the highest level and both horses' pedigree suggests that they'll run a mile and quarter," said trainer Todd Pletcher.
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