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Chris Froome wins historic 100th Tour de France

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Golf is struggling to find leaders who can excite the heart

Phil Mickelson celebrates with the Claret Jug

Magnificent Phil Mickelson locks sights on US Open following victory at The Open 2013

Superb win at Muirfield means he has just one hill left to climb to join pantheon

Phil Mickelson celebrates his birdie on the 18th

The Open 2013: Phil Mickelson 'showed a lot of guts' says Jack Nicklaus

The American won in style at Muirfield

Lee Westwood plays out of the rough on his way to a four-over-par final round as he slipped from first to a tie for third

The Open 2013: Lee Westwood says 'I know what to work on' after missing out again

The Englishman was in the mix on the final day

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Va va Froome: Chris Froome wins Tour de France and England’s Ashes cricketers bask in success, but Lee Westwood washes out

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Bold Mickelson takes Open after Westwood woe

Matthew Fitzpatrick talks to caddie Lorne Duncan on the 18th hole

The Open 2013: Matthew Fitzpatrick 'the bellboy' collects silver medal and earns Fred Couples' respect

When Matthew Fitzpatrick walked up the 18th fairway at lunchtime on Sunday, the famous Open grandstands were not full to capacity. Not as they were much later in the afternoon. Not quite as he had wanted.

Injured Foster was unable to caddie

Open 2013 Diary: Junior plays in fame game

Junior plays  in fame game

Lee Westwood said he needed his A game yesterday to win

The Open 2013: Major 'positives' for Lee Westwood but Tiger Woods speeds to the excuses

Westwood let a two-shot lead slip away as Phil Mickelson pulls-off the 'best round of my career'

Ian Poulter holes for par on the 14th

The Open 2013: Ian Poulter gets that wild look but can’t quite match the Miracle of Medinah

Last day charge from Englishman see's him with clubhouse lead but Phil Mickelson dashes any hopes of Open victory

18-year-old Matthew Fitzpatrick consults his caddie Lorne Duncan on his way to the Silver Medal

The Open 2013: First British win at Muirfield as teenager Matthew Fitzpatrick wins Silver Medal

Can Lee Westwood or Ian Poulter continue the home success after 18-year-old finishes top amateur

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Today

Crouching tiger: Lee Westwood ended the third round two shots ahead of world No 1 Tiger Woods

The Open 2013: Lee Westwood within sight of elusive Major but Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan remain in contention

Popular Englishman tames unpredictable course but American pair remain in contention two shots further back ahead of the final day

Second shot: Paul Lawrie lines up a putt in the third round at Muirfield

Paul Lawrie’s excess mileage after mistaking the cut

He was eight over, so the Scot went home – but then had to return

Out of the blue: Lee Westwood on the 13th tee at Muirfield on his way to a two-stroke lead

James Lawton: The putt that made Lee Westwood believe

As he rolled it fully 60 feet into the hole for an eagle to take the outright lead, you could sense Briton felt the moment that could define his career may be close

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