This week's Global Podium for the best sportspeople in the world features Lewis Hamilton, Jon Rahm and Simon Pagenaud.
Lewis Hamilton wins the Hungarian Grand Prix. Photo: Mercedes F1.
Gold: Lewis Hamilton 
(England, Auto Racing)

Lewis Hamilton did not only totally dominate for the second week in a row, but he also broke records. By winning the Hungarian Grand Prix for eight time, he has tied Michael Schumacher on the record for most wins on a single circuit. 

Hamilton smashed the Hungaroring track record en route to his record 90th pole position -and tied record of seventh at the track-, led more laps than anyone and the last laps of the race were also the race lap records. Only five drivers finished on the lead lap. Total domination by the now Championship leader.

Watch his 90th pole position lap (F1)
John Ram is the new number one in Golf. Photo: PGA.
Silver: Jon Rahm
(Spain, Golf)

The 26 year-old Basque has become the second Spaniard to top the Official World Golf Rankings, after winning the PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. On a field that featured the World’s best and featured Woods’ comeback, several of the top players missed the cut and rounds over par were the norm. Rahm had a key Saturday that gave win a four-stroke difference entering Round 4. Rahm went three over par (75) but it was still enough to win by three (-9), testament of the difficult conditions that justify his number 1 place.

Watch the highlights of his Round 4
Simon Pagenaud comes from last to win. Photo: Simon Pagenaud Facebook.
Bronze: Simon Pagenaud
(France, Auto Racing)

Simon Pagenaud overcame a bad qualifying effort that put him 23rd and last only to win an exciting IndyCar Iowa 250 Race 1 by defeating Scott Dixon. He did everything right and executed Team Penske’s strategy perfectly by pitting early and holding the gas consumption optimally. Then Pagenaud had another good race on the second round and went on to finish 4th in a race won by his teammate and defending series Champion, Josef Newgarden (USA). Few times a driver has won from last. The previous was Pagenaud’s compatriot Sébastien Bourdais, in 2017.

Watch the Race 1 Highlights