The 29-year old vet had lost his left arm in Afghanistan, so he had nothing to brace himself with when he used his baseball cap as a glove and reached over the railing to snag a ball off of the bat of Curtis Granderson.
University of South Florida football player Danous Estenor sprung right into action when he saw that tow truck driver Pedro Arzola had become trapped underthe Cadillac Seville he had been trying to load onto his truck.
Two men and Arzola’s hysterically screaming wife hadn’t been able to move the 3,500 pound car at all. But the six-foot-three-inch, 295-pound offensive lineman, who was on his way to get a bite to eat, took a crack at lifting it all by himself.
Well, if you’re Tom Hanks, and you’re appearing on Univision in support of your upcoming film ‘Larry Crowne,’ you simply get past all of the awkward attempts at translation and start speaking the international language of dance.
Rory McIlroy shredded the course, lapped the competition and wrote his name in the record book 12 times Sunday during a dazzling 16-under par, 8-stroke US Open victory at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD.
Among the US Open records the 22-year-old from Northern Ireland set included the lowest score after 36 rounds, the lowest score after 54 and the lowest total score – a mark he shattered by four strokes.
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