Paul Casey leads the Masters ahead of Webb Simpson, Xander Schauffele and Justin Thomas. Tiger Woods three back at Augusta National after opening-round 68. Watch live on Friday from midday on Sky Sports The Masters By Sky Sports GolfLast Updated: 12/11/20 11:31pm – Advertisement – Take a look at the best shots from the first day of The 84th Masters at Augusta National Incredible tee shots, some stunning approaches and plenty of short-game magic all feature in the top shots from a weather-disrupted opening day at The Masters. Paul Casey holds a two-shot advantage after a bogey-free 65 at Augusta National, where none of the afternoon starters were able to finish because of nearly three hours of weather delays earlier in the day.Casey made an impressive eagle at the second and fired his tee-shot at the 16th to tap-in range, one of five birdies during the opening round, with Tiger Woods and Dylan Frittelli also going close with their tee shots into the same par-three. – Advertisement – Take a look at the best shots from the first day of The 84th Masters at Augusta National – Advertisement – The Masters – Live November 13, 2020, 6:00pmLive on Get Sky Sports Golf for just £10 a month All four days of The Masters exclusively live. Get our £10 golf offer. Find out more here. Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Cantlay both took advantage of the par-four first and Louis Oosthuizen joined Xander Schauffele in producing some tidy work at the 18th, with Adam Scott, Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy all in the shots of the day shortlist. 3:41 – Advertisement – The Masters latest headlines Latest news and interviews ahead of the 84th Masters at Augusta National. Click on the video above to see the best shots from the opening day! Watch The Masters throughout the week live on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Friday with Featured Groups from midday on Sky Sports The Masters, ahead of full coverage from 6pm. Lee Westwood was inches away from holing out from the fairway at the fifth, while 2018 champion Patrick Reed made a superb recovery from the trees to sign off his opening-round 68 with a birdie.
Bronze medal game: Sweden 3, Finland 29 a.m.TSN, NHLNGold-medal game: Russia vs. Canada1 p.m.TSN, NHLNWho won the 2019 World Junior Championship?Finland won the tournament in 2019, defeating the U.S. 3-2 in the final. It was Finland’s fifth gold medal in the competition.The 2010s: Crosby named NHL Athlete of the Decade | NHL All-Decade TeamWho won the World Junior Championships this decade?YearWinnerHost country2019FinlandCanada2018CanadaUnited States2017United StatesCanada2016FinlandFinland2015CanadaCanada2014FinlandSweden2013United StatesRussia2012SwedenCanada2011RussiaUnited States2010United StatesCanadaWhich countries have won the most medals at the World Junior Championship?CountryGoldSilverBronzeTotalCanada179531Russia*13121136Finland54615United States42612Sweden211518Czech Republic+25714Slovakia0022Switzerland0011* includes medals won as the Soviet Union and CIS+ includes medals won as Czechoslovakia The Czechs will be looking to use home-ice advantage to propel themselves onto the podium for the first time since 2005, when they finished third behind champion Canada and silver medalist Russia. It’s been even longer since the Czech Republic claimed gold in this competition, with back-to-back first-place finishes in 2000 and 2001 the last (and only) times the nation has topped the podium.As usual, the likes of Canada, the United States and Russia will be considered among the favorites, although Finland will be eager to defend its title after a stunning run through the competition last year.2020 NHL Entry Draft Top 125: Alexis Lafrenière, Quinton Byfield continue to lead the packHere’s all you need to know about the tournament.Where is the 2020 World Junior Championship?The 2020 World Junior Championship will take place in the Czech Republic, with the cities of Ostrava and Trinec playing host to the games.This will be the 44th edition of the tournament, the fourth in the Czech Republic.When will the 2020 World Junior Championship take place?The tournament runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 5.With two groups of five teams, the group stage spans the first six days of competition — ending on New Year’s Eve. The eight surviving teams have New Year’s Day off before returning to action for the quarterfinals on Thursday, Jan. 2, with the winners advancing to the semifinals two days later. The bronze medal and gold medal games take place Sunday, Jan. 5.What channel is the World Junior Championship being aired on? TV channel (U.S.): NHL NetworkTV channel (Canada): TSNLivestream (Canada): TSN DirectWorld Juniors primer: A team-by-team guide to the 2020 under-20 championshipWhich teams are in the World Junior Championship?There are ten teams participating, split into two groups of five.Group AGroup BFinlandUnited StatesSwitzerlandRussiaSwedenCanadaSlovakiaCzech RepublicKazakhstanGermanyWhen is Canada vs. USA?The hockey gods have blessed us with an early meeting between the North American rivals, as Canada will take on the United States on Thursday, Dec. 26 — the first day of competition.Puck drop is scheduled for 1 p.m. Eastern Time. WJC 2020: Dustin Wolf | Dylan Cozens | Alexis LafreniereFull schedule for the 2020 World Junior ChampionshipParticipating teams are each guaranteed four group-stage games, with those who advance to the final day of competition (bronze medal and gold medal games) playing seven total contests.All times Eastern. The arrival of the holiday season means the World Junior Hockey Championship is just around the corner.Once again, the best under-20 players from around the globe will convene to determine which nation has the best crop of juniors. This time the setting is the Czech Republic — eastern cities Ostrava and Trinec serve as host venues for the latest edition of the tournament. THURSDAY, DEC. 26Switzerland 5, Kazakhstan 3 9 a.m.TSN 1/3Czech Republic 4, Russia 39 a.m.TSN 4/5, NHLNSweden 3, Finland 2 (OT)1 p.m.TSN3Canada 6, United States 41 p.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNFRIDAY, DEC. 27Slovakia 3, Kazakhstan 19 a.m.TSN, NHLNGermany 3, United States 61 p.m.TSN 1/3/4, NHLNSATURDAY, DEC. 28Finland 8, Slovakia 19 a.m.TSN 1/3, NHLNCzech Republic 3, Germany 49 a.m.TSN 4/5Switzerland 2, Sweden 51 p.m.TSN3Russia 6, Canada 01 p.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNSUNDAY, DEC. 29Kazakhstan 1, Finland 79 a.m.TSN 3/4/5, NHLNUnited States 3, Russia 11 p.m.TSN 4/5, NHLNMONDAY, DEC. 30Kazakhstan 2, Sweden 69 a.m.TSN3Germany 1, Canada 49 a.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNSlovakia 2, Switzerland 71 p.m.TSN 1/3United States 4, Czech Republic 3 (OT)1 p.m.TSN 4/5, NHLNTUESDAY, DEC. 31Sweden 6, Slovakia 29 a.m.TSN 1/3, NHLNRussia 6, Germany 19 a.m.TSN 4/5Finland 2, Switzerland 51 p.m.TSN3Canada 7, Czech Republic 21 p.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNTHURSDAY, JAN. 2QF: Switzerland 1, Russia 36:30 a.m.TSN, NHLNQF: Canada 6, Slovakia 19 a.m.TSN, NHLNQF: USA 0, Finland 111:30 a.m.TSN, NHLNQF: Sweden 5, Czech Republic 02 p.m.TSN, NHLNSATURDAY, JAN. 4SF: Sweden 4, Russia 5 (OT)9 a.m.TSN, NHLNSF: Canada 5, Finland 01 p.m.TSN 1/4/5, NHLNSUNDAY, JAN. 5Relegation game: Germany 6, Kazakhstan 05 a.m.