By Tiger Woods (above), the Deutsche Bank Championship, his fifth consecutive
victory--a streak that includes the last two majors. In a head-to-head duel
with Vijay Singh, Woods shot a 63 on Monday to win by two strokes. Woods said
his ultimate goal is to break Byron Nelson's record of 11 straight wins, set in
1945. His next PGA Tour event is the World Golf Championships, outside London,
on Sept. 28; before that he'll play in the World Match Play Championship. Until
then, his plan is to get sleep and work on his game. "You can always get
better," Woods said on Monday. "I can hit the ball better, putt better,
chip better, think better--other than that...."
At age 44 after a stingray barb pierced his chest, Steve Irwin, the TV
personality and conservationist known as the Crocodile Hunter. Irwin was
filming a segment for a series called The Ocean's Deadliest when he was stung
off the Great Barrier Reef.