LEADING OFF

July 31, 2011
PHOTOPhotograph by Stefano Rellandini/ReutersGRIEVE LA FRANCE The Tour de France, more than a quarter century starved for a homegrown champion, watched one of its own, Thomas Voeckler, wear the yellow jersey for 10 stages. But it all went downhill in the final stages, where Australia's Cadel Evans (right) attacked and launched a comeback that would make him the first Aussie-born Tour winner (page 28). PHOTOPhotograph by Heinz KluetmeierFOUR ARM SHIMMER Upon further reflection, China's Ji Liping (center) needed only two arms to carry her to the final of the women's 100-meter breaststroke at this week's World Swimming Championships in Shanghai (page 31). Ji took third in the semis, behind runner-up Leisel Jones of Australia (left) and the U.S.'s Rebecca Soni. PHOTOPhotograph by Fred VuichA FIRST FOR EVERYTHING Second baseman Neil Walker couldn't get to this ground ball in Sunday's Pirates-Cardinals game in Pittsburgh, but the Bucs would come back for a 4--3 walk-off victory to reclaim first place in the NL Central. It was the latest the Pirates had sat on top of a division since 1992, coincidentally the last year the franchise finished with a winning record (page 64).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)