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2015

Lydia Ko becomes the youngest number one

Lydia Ko became the number one ranked woman professional golfer at only 17 years, which makes her the youngest golfer to be ranked number one in professional golf. She also became the youngest golfer to win a major championship, the youngest golfer to win a professional golf tour event and the youngest person to win an LPGA Tour event.

2013

David Beckham signs his final playing contract

Ahead of the transfer deadline, it was announced that Beckham would be undergoing a medical with Paris Saint-Germain ahead of a potential move to the Ligue 1 side. Beckham signed a 5 month deal with the club later that afternoon and confirmed that his entire salary during his time in Paris would be donated to a local children's charity.

2013

Caleb Moore dies as a result of injuries during the X Games

Caleb Moore was taken to Aspen Valley Hospital where was diagnosed with a heart contusion. He was airlifted to St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado. The fact that a brain complication had occurred was announced in the days after the accident. Caleb was pronounced dead 7 days after the accident. His brother Colten was also injured on the same day.

2011

Football’s most costly mistakes

Liverpool and Chelsea produced an extraordinary finale to the January window when both broke the British transfer record to sign Andy Carroll and Fernando Torres respectively in a combined spending spree totaling £134.3m. Torres became the most expensive signing made by a British club when Chelsea finally met Liverpool's £50m.

Eva Longoria divorces basketball star Tony Parker

Parker filed for divorce from Longoria in Bexar County, Texas, on the grounds of "discord or conflict of personalities", thus establishing a legal battle over where the divorce case would be heard. The divorce was finalized in Texas, the same day Longoria's lawyer filed papers to dismiss her Los Angeles petition.

First ever all-sports daily "National" begins publishing in the USA

The National was a sports-centered newspaper published in the United States. The newspaper was based in New York City, was printed in a tabloid format, and was published Monday through Friday. The National was an American attempt to emulate the model of several international all-sports publications.

Anniversaries of the (in)famous

born 1992

Kealia Ohai

born 1984

Vernon Davis