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Tour Championship 2018 Live@ Start time, Golf, Tv Channel

The Top 30 in the FedExCup Playoffs 2018 standings comprise the field for the Tour Championship.Bryson DeChambeau, who won the first two of the four playoff events, is No. 1 in the standings. He is followed in the top five by Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas.

Tiger Woods and Tommy Fleetwood comprise one of the notable pairings for Round 1 of Tour Championship 2018 on Thursday, Sept. 20, in Georgia. Phil Mickelson is paired with Francesco Molinari.

Keegan Bradley is No. 6. Bradley defeated Rose in a playoff on Monday to win the BMW — the third postseason event. Sunday’s final round had been postponed because of weather. Bradley opened the BMW at No. 52.

Mickelson, 48, is No. 14 and Woods, 42, is No. 20. Rory McIlroy is 17th.

Patton Kizzire claimed the 30th spot. Jordan Spieth is on the outside looking in at No. 31.


Site: Atlanta

Course: East Lake GC. Yardage: 7,385. Par: 70.

Purse: $9 million. Winner’s share: $1,620,000.

Television: Thursday-Friday, 1-6 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 12:30-2:30 p.m. (Golf Channel), 2:30-6:30 (NBC); Sunday, Noon-1:30 p.m. Golf Channel), 1:30-6 p.m. (NBC).

Defending champion: Xander Schauffele.

FedEx Cup leader: Bryson DeChambeau.

Last tournament: Keegan Bradley won the BMW Championship.

Notes: This is the fourth and final playoff event for the FedEx Cup and the $10 million bonus. The top five seeds — Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson, Tony Finau and Justin Thomas — only have to win the tournament to capture the FedEx Cup. … Thomas will try to become the first player to win the FedEx Cup in consecutive years. …

Tiger Woods is the only player to win the FedEx Cup twice. Woods is in the Tour Championship for the first time since 2013. This is his first appearance in the Tour Championship without having won during the season. … Nine of the 30 players have not won this season. … Seventeen players from the 30-man field were in the Tour Championship last year. … Bill Haas (No. 25) in 2011 is the lowest seed to win the FedEx Cup. … Jordan Spieth missed qualifying for the Tour Championship for the first time. Spieth is the only American on the Ryder Cup team not at East Lake. … Europe has six Ryder Cup players at the Tour Championship. … This will be the last year of four FedEx Cup playoff events. There will be three events next year.

Tour Championship

The PGA Tour season comes to a close this week at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga., site of the Tour Championship, the end of the season-long race for the FedEx Cup. This year’s winner at East Lake will take home $1.62 million, while the FedEx Cup winner will win the $10 million prize.

While all 30 remaining players in the playoffs technically have a chance to win the FedEx Cup, those in the top five have the best opportunity, needing only to win the Tour Championship to also clinch the FedEx Cup. That means a win for Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson or Justin Thomas will also give them the cup.

These five also have varying mathematical chances of still winning the FedEx Cup without winning the Tour Championship. For Thomas, he can win it back-to-back with a win at East Lake, which would make him only the second player to win the cup twice, Tiger Woods being the only other player to do so. A win for any other of the top four would be their first FedEx Cup title.

At 20th in the standings, Woods’ chances of claiming his third FedEx Cup are slim, but there is a convoluted way he can get it done. For Woods to even give himself a chance would mean he’d be in contention once again as he continues to get closer to an 80th career victory, which is an exciting proposition for the season’s final event.

TV Schedule

The Golf Channel will carry live coverage on Thursday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET, as well as Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. NBC will take over on the weekend following Golf Channel’s coverage.

Leader board

Follow all the action from Atlanta on the Golf Digest PGA Tour leader board.
Thursday Tee Times (all times ET)

11:40 a.m. — Marc Leishman, Patton Kizzire

11:50 a.m. — Hideki Matsuyama, Gary Woodland

12 p.m. — Kyle Stanley, Paul Casey

12:10 p.m. — Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm

12:20 p.m. — Aaron Wise, Kevin Na

12:30 p.m. — Tommy Fleetwood, Tiger Woods

12:40 p.m. — Rory McIlory, Xander Schauffele

12:50 p.m. — Patrick Reed, Patrick Cantlay

1 p.m. — Francesco Molinari, Phil Mickelson

1:10 p.m. — Webb Simpson, Jason Day

1:20 p.m. — Billy Horschel, Cameron Smith

1:30 p.m. — Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson

1:40 p.m. — Justin Thomas, Keegan Bradley

1:50 p.m. — Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson

2 p.m. — Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose

2018 UCI Road World Championships

The 2018 UCI Road World Championships will take place in Innsbruck, Austria, and are set to be one of the hardest in recent years. As ever, there will be 12 gold medals and 10 rainbow jerseys on offer over the nine days of competition between September 23 and 30.

Kicking off the competition will be the women’s and men’s team time trials, which are set to be the last ridden by trade teams – at least for the foreseeable future. Team Sunweb dominated the competition last year, winning both the women’s and men’s events, and have again named strong teams for both events this year, with Ellen van Dijk and Tom Dumoulin set to headline their line-ups. Both of the courses for this competition will be considerably longer than what we saw in Norway.

After first taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1921 – where there was just one amateur race – the first professional world championship took place six years later at the Nürburgring, Germany, where Alfredo Binda led an Italian one-two-three to win the first of his three world titles. Jean Aerts of Belgium, meanwhile, took the honours in the amateur race which continued until 1995 after which it was replaced by an under-23 race.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) were slow to introduce any women’s events to the programme, but in 1958 Luxembourg rider Elsy Jacobs was popping the Champagne after becoming the first women’s world champion when she beat Tamara Novikova and Mariya Lukshina of the Soviet Union on the roads of Reims, France.

Over the years further races were added to the programme which now spans an eight-day period in mid-Sept, starting just seven days after the final grand tour of the season, the Vuelta a España.

The winner in each discipline – or disciplines – gets to wear the distinctive rainbow band jersey awarded to each world champion for the next 12 months while competing in that particular discipline, though not in the following year’s UCI Road World Championships.

When are the UCI Road World Championships?
This year’s championships which will take place in Innsbruck, Austria, start on Sunday Sept 23, 2018, and conclude seven days later on Sept 30.

What’s the schedule, what do the course look like and how can I watch the action on television?
Sunday Sept 23
Women’s team time trial: 54.5 kilometres
Elevation gain: 152 metres
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.30pm

Men’s team time trial: 62.8km
Elevation gain: 27m
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.30pm

Monday Sept 24
Junior women’s time trial:20km
Elevation gain: 192m
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.20pm

Men’s under-23 time trial: 27.8km
Elevation gain: 262m
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.20pm​

Tuesday Sept 25
Junior men’s time trial: 27.8km
Elevation gain: 262m
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.30pm

Women’s time trial: 27.8km
Elevation gain: 262m
TV: Eurosport 1 2.45-5.30pm

Wednesday Sept 26
Men’s time trial: 52.5m
Elevation gain: 654m
TV: Eurosport 1 2-5.30pm

Thursday Sept 27
Junior women’s road race: 71.7km
Elevation gain: 975m
TV: Eurosport 1 3-6.30pm

Junior men’s road race: 132.4km
Elevation gain: 1,916m
TV: Eurosport 1 3-6.30pm

Friday Sept 28
Men’s under-23 road race: 179.9km
Elevation gain: 2,910m
TV: Eurosport TBC

Saturday Sept 29
Women’s road race: 150.6km
Elevation gain: 2,413m
TV: Eurosport TBC

Sunday Sept 30
Men’s road race: 252.9km
Elevation gain: 4,670m
TV: Eurosport TBC

Who will be representing Great Britain in Austria?
British Cycling named its squad for the UCI Road World Championships with Vuelta a España winner Simon Yates expected to lead the eight-man men’s team on the tough course in Austria in the absence of Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome.

Bury-born Yates and his twin brother Adam will tackle one of the toughest courses in over 20 years – the 252.9-kilometre course around Innsbruck features 4,670m in elevation gain, the most since the race was held in Colombia in 1995 – alongside Hugh Carthy, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Pete Kennaugh, James Knox, Ian Stannard and Connor Swift.

UCI Road World Championships

The 2018 UCI Road World Championships will be held in Innsbruck-Tirol, Austria, beginning on September 23.The Championships will see a host of new rainbow jersey wearers don the honour of the strips for a year and events consist of Junior, Under 23 and Elite men’s races as well as Junior and Elite women’s races.

What are the UCI Road World Championships?

UCI Road World Championship titles are contested for road race, individual time trial and team time trial events.

In the road race and individual TT, there are categories for elite men, elite women, junior men, under-23 men and junior women. The TTT is run using trade rather than national teams.

Winners of the senior individual time trial and road race earn the right to wear the coveted rainbow jersey of world champion for the following 12 months in that discipline.

In 2018, the World Championships will move to Innsbruck (Austria) and the 2019 edition will take place in Yorkshire (Great Britain).

The men’s and women’s team time rials (TTT) will mark the opening of the events. The two courses – 53.8km for women and 62.1km for men – will share the same opening 40km, taking riders via Haiming, Telfs and Zirl to the village of Kematen.

Individual time trials (ITT) for Junior Men (20.2km), Junior Women (20.2km), Under 23 Men (28.5km) and Elite Women (28.5km) will start 20km east of Innsbruck. The Elite Men’s ITT event (54km) will begin in Rattenberg – and will feature a demanding climb.The Junior Women’s road race (74km) will feature loops of the ‘Olympic Circuit’, a 24km lap which includes 460 metres of climbing and passes through the villages of Aldrans, Lans and Igls before crossing the Innsbruck finish line.

The Junior, Under 23 and Women’s Elite races will also loop the Olympic circuit, with the number of laps varying per event.The Elite Men’s road race will cover 265km, with just under 5,000 metres of climbing, with a final climb which boasts ramps of 25 per cent. UCI Road World Championships 2018 route. The 2018 Road World Championships route looks set to be one of the toughest in history, with organisers of the race in the Austrian city of Innsbruck including ramps of up to 25 per cent in the elite men’s road race.The official routes for all of the 2018 events, which take place from September 23-30, were revealed at the 2017 Worlds in Bergen with the elite men’s road race set to cover over 5,000m of climbing over a distance of 265km.

2018 UCI World Championships Schedule

Sunday September 23 – Ötztal to Innsbruck, 53.8km – Elite Women’s Team Time Trial
Sunday September 23 – Ötztal to Innsbruck, 62.1km – Elite Men’s Team Time Trial
Monday September 24 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 20.2km – Women’s Junior Individual Time Trial
Monday September 24 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Men’s Under 23 Individual Time Trial
Tuesday September 25 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Men’s Junior Individual Time Trial
Tuesday September 25 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Women’s Elite Individual Time Trial
Wednesday September 26 – Alpbachtal Seenland – Innsbruck, 54.2km – Men’s Elite Individual Time Trial
Thursday September 27 – Alpbachtal Seenland – Innsbruck, 72.4km – Women’s Junior Road Race
Thursday September 27 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 138.4km – Men’s Junior Road Race
Friday September 28 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 186.2km – Men’s Under 23 Road Race
Saturday September 29 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 162.3km – Women’s Elite Road Race
Sunday September 30 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 265km – Men’s Elite Road Race

The men’s race will start in the town of Kufstein and begin with seven circuits of 24km of the ‘Olympic Circuit’ before heading northwards towards the Hungerburg settlement in the north where they’ll hit a climb featuring 25 per cent sections. The men’s peloton will then head back towards the centre of Innsbruck where the race will conclude.The elite women’s race, which begins in the same place, will begin with a 90km run towards the Olympic Circuit in Innsbruck which they will cover three times for a race distance of 162.5km.Only the junior women’s race begins elsewhere, with the junior men and U23 men also beginning in Kufstein to the east of Innsbruck. Each race will take on 72.4km, 138.4km and 186.2km respectively.The men’s individual time trial will also feature some demanding climbing, with the 54.2km course covering a 4.4km climb that hits a maximum pitch of 14 per cent. They begin in Rattenberg and head west towards Innsbruck where the race finishes.

Colts vs Ravens Preseason Week 2: Game Time, TV Schedule, Info

The Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts are two of the most fun teams to watch in the NFL, and it is always a pleasure when the two match up. Dynamic action on the field, some of the greatest players to ever play the game, and an energetic crowd: these are just a few things that make it so great when the Ravens and Colts go toe to toe. It’s always a great time at the stadium during Ravens vs. Colts games.

Ravens vs Colts

Game Time

8:00 PM ET on Monday August 20th, 2018


Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, Indiana

TV Channel



WFNI (107.5FM/1070 The Fan) and WLHK (Country 97.1 Hank FM) — Bob Lamey, Jim Sorgi, Matt Taylor (sideline)

Ravens vs. Colts
Fans interested in catching a Ravens vs. Colts game will be comfortable no matter where the game is taking place, as both teams play at a best-in-class venue. The Ravens play home games at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, while the Colts call Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis home.

Ravens vs. Colts Ticket Information
If the Ravens and Colts have any games scheduled, they can be seen at the top of this page. Tickets to a Ravens home game typically cost $131, but this can change from game to game and may be different when the Colts are visiting. Tickets to see the Colts at home typically resell for $93, and again this may change depending on factors such as the matchup, day of week, and the weather.

For all Baltimore Ravens tickets, fans can browse the Ravens tickets page. For a complete list of Indianapolis Colts tickets, visit our Colts tickets page. If you decide a game is not for you but are looking for plans this weekend, SeatGeek has your ticket to a host of events in Baltimore this weekend. If you are just looking for something to do in the Indianapolis area, you can view all events in Indianapolis this weekend.

MLL Championship Game in Charleston Will Feature the First-Place Dallas Rattlers Versus the Third-Place Denver Outlaws

MLL Championship Game

The Dallas Rattlers will face the Denver Outlaws in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Championship Game in Charleston, S.C. on Saturday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at MUSC Health Stadium. The game will feature two sparkling examples of MLL success. The new Rattlers’ franchise that now calls Frisco, Texas home, led the league in regular season wins, while the league’s enduring example of postseason participation and annual attendance leader, Denver, will make its eighth championship game appearance in 13 years since joining the league in 2006.

“These two teams met twice this season, played nearly 129 minutes and were separated by a single goal in each game,” said MLL Commissioner Alexander (Sandy) Brown. “The fans who will attend this game will witness something very special. No matter the final result, the Steinfeld Trophy will reside in very deserving hands.”

The Rattlers 15-12 wire-to-wire victory over the talented New York Lizards, in front of more than 6,000 fans at the Ford Center at The Star on Saturday, gives first-year coach Bill Warder and his team a chance to win a championship in their first season in Texas. The Outlaws also secured their spot in the championship game, for the third consecutive season, with a 13-12 victory over the Chesapeake Bayhawks in Annapolis. It was Denver’s third straight road game and second straight win in an elimination game for veteran head coach BJ O’Hara, who is seeking his third Steinfeld Trophy in five seasons.

The Dallas roster features attackman and Warrior Offensive Player of the Year candidate, Jordan Wolf, defenseman and Warrior Defensive Player of the Year candidate, Matt Dunn, and Brine Goalie of the Year candidate John Galloway.

Denver is led offensively by Colorado native, Eric Law, the 2017 Warrior Offensive Player of the Year and the 2016 Coca-Cola Championship Game Most Valuable Player, who has 25 goals and 13 assists in eight career playoff games. Mike Simon, who has won four Steinfeld Trophies during his career, leads a defense that hasn’t allowed more than 14 goals in its last six games. Dillon Ward, who took over for the injured starter Jack Kelly, has won two of three starts.

For more information about the game and to purchase tickets visit

About Major League Lacrosse

Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, was founded by Jake Steinfeld and is headquartered in Boston. MLL has led the sport of lacrosse into the mainstream of competitive team sports since 2001. The league is made up of nine teams: the Atlanta Blaze, Boston Cannons, Charlotte Hounds, Chesapeake Bayhawks, Dallas Rattlers, Denver Outlaws, Florida Launch, New York Lizards and Ohio Machine.