Five things to know from what happened in the world of sport last week. June 23-29, 2020.

Will Simpson be Golf’s number one? Webb Simpson (USA) beat Abraham Ancer (MEX) by one stroke to win the RBC Heritage (PGA) with a record-breaking round. He now moves to #1 in the FedEx Cup, #2 in the US Ryder Standings and #5 in the World Golf Rankings. PGA describes his keys to success

Now father, like father. Eli Tomac (USA) celebrated Father’s Day by becoming the first father to win the Supercross World Championship. Tomac’s dad, John (USA), was a Mountain Bike World Champion. KSL reviews from Utah

Coronavirus proves it is still a danger. Novak Djokovic’s (SER) tour has been cancelled after Grigor Dimitrov (BUL), Borna Coric (CRO) and two trainers tested positive for Coronavirus. Meanwhile, it was announced the US Open will be held behind closed doors, in late August. Andy Murray shares his concerns with The Guardian.

Motorsport and racism. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) attended a “Black Lives Matter” Protest, and announced the “We Race As One” initiative, to drive long-term positive changes in motorsport. Across the ocean and a week after the Confederate Flag was banned from NASCAR races, NASCAR reported a noose -a tactic of white supremacist intimidation- was found in his Team Garage. NASCAR is furious and investigating, according to Yahoo!

Lewangoalski. Robert Lewandowksi (POL, Bayern München) is the most effective striker in European Football and scored his 33rd against Freiburg, the highest for a foreigner at the Bundesliga. Ronaldo’s (POR) Juventus lost the Coppa Italia to Napoli. FIFA has the numbers of the weekend.