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Kim nabs first title

GREENSBORO, N.C.—Si Woo Kim had a productive week at the Wyndham Championship.

He claimed one tournament record, a share of another, and, most importantly, his first PGA Tour trophy.

The 21-year-old South Korean closed with a three-under 67 yesterday for a five-stroke victory.

2 American swimmers leave Rio, but robbery scandal not over

RIO DE JANEIRO — Twenty-four hours after being pulled off a plane by law enforcement, two American Olympic swimmers were on their way home Friday after testifying about an alleged robbery that shocked and then deeply angered Brazilians when police said the story was made up.

Lochte teammates in robbery probe pulled off plane

RIO DE JANEIRO — Two Olympic swimmers were taken off their flight from Brazil to the U.S. on Wednesday by local authorities amid an investigation into a reported robbery targeting Ryan Lochte and his teammates.

U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman Patrick Sandusky confirmed Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz were detained but had no other details.

Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium deal is for nearly $250 million

MIAMI — Three Miami Dolphins and nearly two dozen other VIPs simultaneously smashed guitars in the end zone Wednesday to christen Hard Rock Stadium as the new name for the team’s home.

“I’ve never broken a guitar before,” receiver Jarvis Landry said with a grin. “There’s a first time for everything.”

Yankees eke win over Jays

NEW YORK—This youth movement has brought a new feeling to the N.Y. Yankees.

It’s put them in a new position in the pennant race, too.

Chad Green struck out 11 in six dominant innings, fellow rookie Aaron Judge delivered again with an RBI double, and Dellin Betances escaped a big ninth-inning jam in leading the Yankees to a 1-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays last night.

Moore earns title

SILVIS, Ill.—For all the late pars and the closing run of 46 holes without a bogey, Ryan Moore thought the key to his victory yesterday in the John Deere Classic was a 24-foot birdie putt on the fourth hole.

It moved him to 20-under and kept him two strokes ahead of Morgan Hoffmann, who was about to birdie the fifth hole.