Simply competing was his favourite part of the experience, which saw him win all three of his individual events -- the men's 100m butterfly and the 50m and 100m freestyle -- plus two relay golds. The 24-year-old sprint specialist now has seven Olympic golds to his name but he said it was the memories he made along the way that meant the most to him. "Anybody would kill to be in my situation - an Olympic final, competing for your country, going for a gold medal," he said.
Schauffele secured a one-stroke victory at the Olympics on Sunday and may be dealing with jetlag after arriving in Memphis at 10 a.m. CT (1500 GMT) on Monday but is raring to go for this week's WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind. "Playing really well and obviously having a gold medal is just feeding my energy," Schauffele told reporters. The 27-year-old American arrived at his pre-tournament media availability with his PGA Tour credential hanging around his neck but eventually swapped it for the gold medal that was stuffed into his pocket.
The Dominican Republic guaranteed themselves a shot at no less than playing for baseball's Olympic bronze medal after eliminating Israel with a 7-6 win on Tuesday that featured a balk, a rare bunt double, three huge blasts and a highlight reel behind-the-back basket catch. In a sign of both the hard-fought nature of the game and the spirit of the Olympics, both teams lined for hugs a few minutes after one grieved while the other rejoiced, a scene not common in baseball. "They displayed and showed a lot of grit and courage," Dominican Republic's hero of the game Jose Bautista said of the Israel squad.
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Cameroon's Hayatou, 74, served as Confederation of African Football (CAF) president for 29 years until he was voted out in 2017. He was acting president of FIFA from 2015-16 when Sepp Blatter, now 85, was suspended amid a widespread corruption scandal.
While no financial details were revealed, British media reported that the fee for the former England international was in the region of 1 million pounds ($1.4 million). Hart, 34, had one year remaining on his contract but fell down the pecking order at the Premier League club last month after they signed Atalanta's Pierluigi Gollini to compete with Hugo Lloris. "I know just how big this club is and of the incredible support that it enjoys, and I can't wait to play in front of the fans at Celtic Park," Hart told the club website.