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Christie Kerr is the top American golfer in the world rankings and she is aiming higher after taking a share of the lead after the first round of the the LPGA Championship in Pittsford, New York.

Christie Kerr (LPGA)

Relying on her clutch putting, and not troubled by a heavy downpour that briefly stopped play Thursday afternoon, Kerr shot a 4-under-par 68 to match Stacy Lewis and Seon Hwa Lee on the Locust Country Club course near Rochester.


Justin Rose birdied five of his final six holes for a 6-under 64 and a share of the first-round lead in the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut.

Rose, the Memorial Tournament winner three weeks ago who failed to qualify for last week’s U.S. Open, missed a 12-foot birdie putt on number 18, leaving him tied with Padraig Harrington, Charlie Wi and Matthew Googin.

Justin Rose after Memorial win (Joel Torres and Columbus Wired photo)

Harrington birdied his first three holes and was four under at the turn.

Goggin made his run on the back nine, birdieing numbers 13, 15 and 17. Wi had four back-nine birdies.

Columbus Wired broadcasting live webcast of 2010 NHL Draft Analysis Tonight !

Info courtesy of Columbus Wired

Our friends at Columbus Wired are pleased to announce that they have teamed up with The Hockey Writers and will be hosting a webcast covering the entire First Round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, being held in Los Angeles, tonight, June 25th. Columbus Wired will be webcasting live from the R bar, in the shadow of Nationwide Arena, from the beautiful Arena District in downtown Columbus, Ohio, where our own NHL Blue Jackets play.

Join Columbus Wired’s own expert, Dave Seaman along with host Rick Gethin from THW, Eric Smith with Fox Sports Ohio and on the set will be a panel of other analysts, with Reporter Jeff Little joining Columbus Wired from Europe and THW’s Prospect Guru Christopher Ralph joining us from Calgary, AB, Canada. Columbus Wired will be providing reasoned analysis of all 30 selections in the first round. You might hear from a GM and possibly a few of the draft picks themselves. You never who might drop by the set, so tune in Tonight, Friday June 25th at 7 pm EST.

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In addition to the live audio/video feed, there will be a live chat where we can field any questions you might have regarding the teams and their selections. or

When you get to the page, you will see that we are ‘live’. Click on the image that says ‘click to join’ and another window will pop up (so check you pop-up blocker) to begin the broadcast. Also, you can type your question or comment in the box below the video feed.

Columbus Wired is Central Ohio’s Premier Online Magazine, providing over 1,200 pages of uniquely packaged quality news and feature journalism with a gateway to everything you want quick access to. Columbus Wired offers exclusive coverage of Ohio State Buckeye Football, NHL Blue Jackets hockey, MLS Columbus Crew and more. In addition, we have ColumbusWired.TV to showcase our reports in video! and ColumbusWired.TV 614-901-2073-Westerville, Ohio


compiled from NHL News

Henrik Sedin pulled a surprise and was voted the NHL MVP. Sedin’s victory stopped Alex Ovechkin’s bid for a third straight MVP trophy.

The star of the Vancouver Canucks, Sedin garnered a league-best 83 assists, won the Hart Trophy Wednesday night during the NHL awards ceremony in Las Vegas.

Henrik Sedin Vancouver (nhl)

Sedin received 46 of 133 first-place votes. Ovechkin, the Washington Capitals captain, was second with 40, and Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh finished third with 20.

Here are the rest of the award winners:

*Hart Trophy, MVP: Henrik Sedin, Vancouver

*Vezina Trophy, goaltender: Ryan Miller, Buffalo

*Norris Trophy, defenseman: Duncan Keith, Chicago

*Calder Trophy, rookie: Tyler Myers, Buffalo

*SelkeTrophy, defensive forward: Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit

*Lady Byng Trophy, most gentlemanly player: Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay

*Adams Award, coach: Dave Tippett, Phoenix

*Clancy Trophy, humanitarian contribution: Shane Doan, Phoenix

*Masterton Trophy, perserverance, sportsmanship and dedication: Jose Theodore, Washington

*Ross Trophy, points scoring leader: Henrik Sedin, Vancouver

*Richard Trophy, goal-scoring leader: Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh; Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay

*Jennings Trophy, goalie with fewest goals against(minimum 25 games): Martin Brodeur, New Jersey

*Lindsay Trophy, outstanding player: Alexander Ovechkin, Washington


compiled from staff, wire and NASCAR news

Former NASCAR champion Bobby Labonte terminated his contract TRG Motorsports and landed two part-time rides.

Bobby Labonte (NASCAR)

Robby Gordon said Labonte will drive number 7 Toyota this weekend in New Hampshire, and Phoenix Racing said Labonte will pilot the James Finch-owned car at Daytona and Chicago next month.

NASCAR PREVIEW: RACE #18 New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Sunday June 27


This coming Sunday, the NASCAR Sprint Cup series will be moving to the “Magic Mile” the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire.

Loudon was incorporated in 1773 by John Campbell, a 4th Earl of Loudon. The town has a population of 4,481.

The racetrack is a 1.058 mile oval which has 301 laps or 318.46 miles and seating capacity is 93,521.

New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Speedway Motorsports Inc.)

Sunday’s race is the LENOX INDUSTRIAL TOOLS 301.

This is the Sprint Cup’s northern-most destiny on the circuit. New Hampshire has long straightaways and tight corners. In 2002, the lower apron was widened, providing an additional racing groove.

Clint Bowyer, Robby Gordon, Joe Nemechek and Ryan Newman each got their first Cup Series win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Four of Jeff Burton’s 19 cup wins have come in New Hampshire from 1997 to 2000.

The 2009 Lenox Industrial Tools 301 went to Joey Logano who led the final 10 laps to earn his first Cup Series victory, in a race shortened by rain. Jeff Gordon, Kurt Busch, David Reutimann and pole-sitter Tony Stewart rounded out the top five.

By winning in 2009, Joey Logano became the youngest winner in Sprint Cup history at 19 years, 1 month and 4 days.

The next race is the Coke Zero 400, July 3, in Daytona, Florida at the Daytona International Speedway.


Kevin Harvick       2,334

Jimmie Johnson  2,194

Kyle Busch              2,193

Denny Hamlin       2,183

Jeff Gordon            2,142

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