Photograph by Kohjiro Kinno
Where the Grass Is Greenest The golf course hasn't always been a sanctuary for Tiger Woods the last few years ... but he usually looks comfortable at Torrey Pines. Thanks to a slew of clutch shots like this birdie on number 4 on Sunday, Woods cruised to a four-shot victory at the Farmers Insurance Open, his eighth career win at the course in La Jolla.
Photograph by David Callow
I'm Novak, And I'll Be Your Server Anyone else feel like Novak Djokovic's Grand Slam titles are starting to blur together? The world's top-ranked player won his third straight Australian Open on Sunday: If you're counting—and Andy Murray, whom Djokovic beat in four sets in the final, surely is—that's five wins in the last nine majors for the swingin' Serb.
Photograph by Christian Murdock/THE GAZETTE
Snow Fall At their best, the Winter X Games are an intoxicating mass adrenaline rush, but last Thursday offered a reminder that beneath all the daredevilry lies real danger. Snowmobiler Caleb Moore, from Krum, Texas, crashed during the freestyle finals in Aspen; he suffered a concussion and underwent surgery for a heart contusion the next day. On Monday he was still in intensive care in Grand Junction, Colo.