Daily Noontime – July 18, 2011

It just wasn't meant to be!

It’s Monday, which means the week is ready to begin, right? Well, we believe so, which is why we present the Daily Noontime for Monday July 18, 2011, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* Team Japan seemed to have something more than USA, as they defeated the Americans in the FIFA World Cup 2011 Finals. Yet, was this particular match an upset?

* Sunday’s World Cup Final was well watched, but really, what does this particular outcome mean to the United States of America?

Abby Wambach finished the World Cup tournament with four goals for Team USA, but didn’t finish the job, right?

* Darren Clarke finished Sunday as the winner of the British Open, which is somewhat exciting, right, golf fans?

* Apparently, sources have confirmed some interesting news in regards to one of Tiger Woods‘s women.

* It seemed that Woods was an inspiration for Clarke at the British Open.

Games to Watch: 

* Cleveland at Minnesota (MLB) – 1:10pm eastern 

* New York Yankees at Tampa Bay (MLB) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Boston at Baltimore (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

One thought on “Daily Noontime – July 18, 2011

  1. Chris Ross July 18, 2011 / 2:24 PM

    The Tiger story is really interesting. Did you see the video during the British Open of McIlroy on TV at around 9 or 10 years old hitting the golf ball into a dryer and saying that his favourite golfer was Darren Clarke? Absolutely priceless.

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