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Masters quiz: What did former champions serve at their champions dinner?

BBC News

It's a tradition dating back to 1952, started by two-time Masters winner Ben Hogan. Each year the defending Masters champion selects the menu for the Champions Dinner, an exclusive event only attended by previous Green Jacket winners, on the Tuesday before the tournament, which begins this year on Thursday, 6 April. England's Danny Willett, who won last year's opening major of the year, promised to include Yorkshire pudding and the Sheffield golfer will also be treating his fellow champions to cottage pie, roast beef and local favourite, Henderson's Relish. But what have other champions chosen over the years?


British woman boxing world champion who paved the way for others

BBC News

Jane Couch took British boxing authorities to court when they wouldn't let her fight, and went on to win world titles.


Brazilians make push at U.S. Open of Surfing

Los Angeles Times

Brett Simpson, who won the U.S. Open in 2009 and 2010, will compete in Heat 19. Kanoa Igarashi, the defending event champion, is in Heat 21.


How to play the Quake Champions open beta this weekend

PCWorld

If you've had your eye on Quake Champions from Bethseda and id Software, then Friday is your day. Beginning on May 12, Quake Champions is available as a public, open beta until Sunday, May 21 at 4 p.m. Eastern time. The developers aren't calling it an open beta, opting for the term "Large Scale Tech Test" instead, but the end result is the same. Head over to the Quake Champions website to get a trial key--no one is being denied. Sign-in or create a Bethseda.net


Manchester City crowned English Premier League champions

Al Jazeera

Manchester City have won the English Premier League title without even playing on Sunday after nearest challenger Manchester United were shocked 1-0 loss at home to bottom-placed West Bromwich Albion. After all their efforts to stop City from clinching the league in their 3-2 derby win last week, United offered a clear reminder of why they have not been close contenders for the title this year, with an abject display lacking in creativity. Their fans, who had celebrated the comeback victory at the Etihad last week, booed Jose Mourinho's side off the field after they lost to a team who had not won since January. It was City's third title in seven seasons and easily its most convincing, with Pep Guardiola's team 16 points clear and still having five games to play this season. City's other two Premier League triumphs, in 2012 and 2014, were sealed on the final day.