This week's Global Podium for the best sportspeople in the world features Bryson DeChambeau, Scott Dixon and Emmet McNamara / Serpentine.
Bryson DeChambeau winning in Detroit. Photo: Twitter, Bryson DeChambeau.

Gold: Bryson DeChambeau
(United States of America, Golf)

Bryson is reinventing professional approach to golf. The covid-19 crisis has allowed him to continue bulking. He has gained 40 pounds in one year.

This helped him at the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage Classic not only by winning 23 strokes under par, but by also leading in strokes gained off-the-tee and gained putting.From his 363-yard off the first tee to his 232-yarder off the rough into the green 70th hole, Bryson’s 65 stroke Sunday crushed the field and puts him first in CBS Sports’ Golf Power Rankings.

Watch his winning round highlights here (PGA Tour)

Scott Dixon winning the GMR Grand Prix. Photo: Scott Dixon, Facebook.

Silver: Scott Dixon
(New Zealand, Auto racing)

Scott Dixon absolutely dominated the GMR Grand Prix at the Indy Road Course, second race of the IndyCar Season.Scott Dixon only managed to qualify 7th but he was able to take the lead and ended up winning by over 19 seconds ahead of Graham Rahal (USA), who was followed by defendig race winner Simon Pagenaud (FRA) and young sensations Colton Herta (USA) and 19 year-old Rinus VeeKay (NET), a rookie.Scott’s win comes after dominating the first race at Texas. Now he has amassed 48 wins and gave Chip Ganassi their 110th.

Watch the extended highlights from NBC

Emmet McNamara riding Serpentine to the win at the Epsom Derby. Photo: Jockey Club UK.

Bronze: Emmet McNamara / Serpentine
(Ireland, Horse Racing)

Emmet McNamara and Serpentine ran to a 25-1 upset win at the Epsom Derby. Trainer Aidan O’Brien -who had to watch from home and also won the Grade I Epsom Oaks- now has eight wins in the Classic.

Emmet had never competed at the Derby, had not won since October and had won a Group I race before.Serpentine had only won his first race at the Curragh (IRL) last week and this time he led from the beginning of the race without looking back, winning by five lengths and a half.

Watch the Epsom Investec Derby, by Racing TV.