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  • Golf's Peter Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's

    Former British golfer and CBS analyst Peter Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's disease. The 67-year-old Oosterhuis went public with the news in Golf World's digital magazine Monday with hopes it can bring attention and raise money toward finding a cure. Oosterhuis is a six-time Ryder Cup player from England who became part of the golf broadcast team for CBS Sports.

  • Peter Oosterhuis goes public with early-onset Alzheimer's diagnosis

    The longtime broadcaster and former Ryder Cup player announced he has early-onset Alzheimer's.

  • Soccer-QPR great Bowles diagnosed with Alzheimer's

    Former England and Queens Park Rangers forward Stan Bowles has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. "We are writing this on behalf of our father Stanley Bowles. "We would be grateful for anyone who comes in contact with our father to show some understanding of his condition." Bowles, 66, began his career with Manchester City but it was at QPR where he became regarded as one of English ...

  • ‘The Man’ is here! Stan Musial tours Busch Stadium before Game 4 (Video)

    ST. LOUIS — He has Alzheimer's disease and turns 92 years old in a month, so he doesn't always appear at his best, but Hall of Fame slugger Stan Musial looked pretty darned good Thursday night at Busch Stadium. Spry, … Continue reading →

  • John Elway cries talking about Broncos owner Pat Bowlen

    On Wednesday, the Broncos announced that Pat Bowlen, their owner for 30 years, is suffering from Alzheimers disease. He has stepped down completely from any responsibility running the team. The sadness at the Broncos' facility, as players reported for training camp, was palpable. Nobody in the organization was hit harder by the news than John Elway.

  • A California judge rules in Shelly Sterling's favor, clearing the way for the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers

    Donald Sterling's attempt to sue himself, shockingly, did not go well.

  • Wednesday's Sports In Brief

    Carey Price came away from the NHL Awards show with a hat trick. The Montreal Canadiens' record-setting goalie claimed the Hart Trophy, the Vezina Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award at the NHL's annual postseason bash Wednesday night. Price also shared the already-announced Jennings Trophy with Chicago goalie Corey Crawford, and his hefty haul of hardware capped one of the greatest regular seasons ...

  • P.K. Subban drinks beer from Stanley Cup with Seth Rogen (Video)

    Not only did Rogen have Youppi, the beloved Montreal Expos mascot, come on stage with a wheelbarrow of Timbits, but he had the Stanley Cup on stage (right-side-up, Def Leppard) and vowed to fulfill a bucket list moment by drinking beer out of it.Enter P.K. Subban with two pitchers of brew.

  • Zito, a 2-time World Cup winner with Brazil, dies at 82

    Zito, the leader of Brazil's World Cup-winning teams in 1958 and 1962, has died, Brazilian club Santos says. The cause of the former Santos midfielder's death was not officially announced Monday, but Zito had been battling Alzheimer's disease and last year suffered a stroke that left him hospitalized for more than a month. Zito scored one of the goals when Brazil defeated Czechoslovakia 3-1 in ...

  • John Elway: It will never be the same for Denver Broncos without Pat Bowlen

    Broncos General Manager John Elway worked for Pat Bowlen for his entire playing career and he returned to the Broncos fold as an executive several years ago, which made Bowlen’s decision to step down as owner on Wednesday because he has Alzheimers Disease an emotional one for the team’s General Manager.