Who Won

Who Won

Who Won

He Knows Who Won the Ballon D’or. No, He Won’t Tell.

Encrypted email servers, secret meetings, strict confidentiality: How the identity of the winner of the Ballon d’Or, soccer’s biggest individual prize, is guarded like a state secret

Ahead of the Winter Break, We've Compiled All the 2021 Title Winners Into One Place

As we get set for a well-deserved winter break, we thought it would be a good idea to recap who won what across MotoGP™, Moto2™, Moto3™, and MotoE™ this season, and squeeze it all into one place. So, let’s have a gander.

: Nobody Won!

No winners, honestly. This was such an endlessly bleak episode that even the actual undeniable wins—Tom not going to jail imminently, Greg securing a date with Dasha from Red Scare™, Roman securing the bag with Alexander Skarsgaard—were met with such intense lows that the positives were essentially canceled out. I don’t know what was more miserable. Was it Kendall trying to find the birthday present from his children in a drunken rage? Or him misappropriating his misery at Connor’s damn cost. Was it Shiv realizing that even her own ever changing moral compass is becoming increasingly compromised by the behavior of the family company she so desperately wants to be a part of? Or maybe it was seeing Roman so drunk off the very idea of scoring a win for his father that he’s…kind of starting to lose it? How many mom and dad fucking jokes is he gonna spew before getting some therapy?

Who Won the Dechambeau Vs. Koepka Match? Here's What You Missed

After many weeks of fanfare (and many more months of trash-talking), Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka have finally completed their battle at The Match. The final product — a 12-hole, winner-take-all match at the Wynn Golf Club in Vegas — lasted a little over two hours, featuring live microphones, interviews and blow-by-blow coverage. Below, find out everything you missed from the action this afternoon, including the winner and a few highlights

golf.com)Who Won The Match of the Year turned out to be very much not the match of the year. Koepka was 4 up with 4 to play and DeChambeau conceded on the 9th green after he missed his long birdie putt. (Source:the Match?



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