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Sporting Highlights for 2018 and timeline of some significant results

Sporting Highlights for 2018

Here is a more comprehensive timeline of notable sporting events from the year 2018:


  1. January 8-21: Tennis - Australian Open
    • Men's Singles: Roger Federer
    • Women's Singles: Caroline Wozniacki


  1. February 4: American Football - Super Bowl LII
    • Philadelphia Eagles defeated New England Patriots 41-33.


  1. February 9-25: Winter Olympics
    • Pyeongchang, South Korea
    • Various sports and medal events took place.


  1. March 8-18: Winter Paralympics
    • Pyeongchang, South Korea


  1. April 5-8: Golf - The Masters
    • Patrick Reed won the tournament.


  1. May 26 - June 10: Tennis - French Open
    • Men's Singles: Rafael Nadal
    • Women's Singles: Simona Halep


  1. June 14 - July 15: Football (Soccer) - FIFA World Cup
    • Hosted by Russia, won by France. They defeated Croatia 4-2 in the final.


  1. July 2-15: Tennis - Wimbledon
    • Men's Singles: Novak Djokovic
    • Women's Singles: Angelique Kerber


  1. August 18 - September 2: Multi-sport - Asian Games
    • Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia
    • Various sports and medal events took place.


  1. October 1-13: Youth Olympics
    • Buenos Aires, Argentina


  1. October 23-28: Gymnastics - Artistic Gymnastics World Championships
    • Doha, Qatar


  1. November 3: Horse Racing - Breeders' Cup
    • Various Locations in the USA


  1. December 1-9: Multi-sport - Winter Olympics
    • Pyeongchang, South Korea (Continuation of the 2018 Winter Olympics)

 Below is a timeline of some momentous results in the world of sport for the year 2021.

Jan 8-21TennisAustralian Open Men's/Women's SinglesMelbourne, AustraliaMen's: Roger Federer (Winner), Women's: Caroline Wozniacki (Winner)
Feb 4American FootballSuper Bowl LIIMinneapolis, USAPhiladelphia Eagles 41, New England Patriots 33
Feb 9-25Multi-sportWinter OlympicsPyeongchang, South KoreaVarious medalists in different winter sports
Mar 8-18Multi-sportWinter ParalympicsPyeongchang, South KoreaVarious medalists in different winter Paralympic sports
Apr 5-8GolfThe MastersAugusta, USAWinner: Patrick Reed
May 26 - Jun 10TennisFrench Open Men's/Women's SinglesParis, FranceMen's: Rafael Nadal (Winner), Women's: Simona Halep (Winner)
Jun 14 - Jul 15Football (Soccer)FIFA World CupVarious cities in RussiaWinner: France (defeated Croatia 4-2 in the final)
Jul 2-15TennisWimbledon Men's/Women's SinglesLondon, EnglandMen's: Novak Djokovic (Winner), Women's: Angelique Kerber (Winner)
Aug 18 - Sep 2Multi-sportAsian GamesJakarta and Palembang, IndonesiaVarious medalists in different Asian sports
Oct 1-13Multi-sportYouth OlympicsBuenos Aires, ArgentinaVarious medalists in different youth sports
Oct 23-28GymnasticsArtistic Gymnastics World ChampionshipsDoha, QatarVarious medalists in different gymnastics events
Nov 3Horse RacingBreeders' CupVarious Locations in the USAVarious winners in different horse racing categories
Dec 1-9Multi-sportWinter Olympics (Continuation)Pyeongchang, South KoreaVarious medalists in different winter sports (continuation from February)

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