This week's Global Podium for the best sportspeople in the world features the Porsche Esports Team, the Rebellion Williams Esport and Daniel Berger.
Porsche 911 RSR, Porsche Esports Team (#93), Nick Tandy (GB), Ayhancan Güven (TR), Joshua Rogers (AUS), Tommy Östgaard (N). Photo by Porsche Motorsport

Gold: Porsche Esports Team (Nick Tandy, Ayhancan Güven, Joshua Rogers, Tommy Østgaard

(England, Turkey, Australia, Norway, Sim racing)

The Virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans were the biggest simracing event ever, with the best simrace/racecar grid that has been seen and global coverage.Porsche claimed a solid victory in the GTE category. Nick Tandy is the fist driver to win the real race and the virtual edition.

Full race highlights

Winning Rebellion Williams Esport. Photo by

Silver: Rebellion Williams Esport (Louis Deletraz, Raffaele Marciello, Nikodem Wisniewski, Kuba Brzezinski
(Switzerland, Italy, Poland, Poland, Sim racing)

The overall win at the Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours was solved until the end, and the Rebellion-Williams alliance proved to be fruitful.These drivers have won the first edition of what could become the greatest simracing event in the years to come.

Daniel Berger winning in Texas. Photo: Twitter @DanielBerger59

Bronze: Daniel Berger
(United States of America, Golf)

Daniel Berger was playing some of the best golf when Covid-19 interrupted the PGA season.The PGA came back this week with the Charles Schwab Challenge at Texas, and Berger took an emotional playoff win by defeating fellow US American, Morikawa.Notwithstanding, Some players consider PGA’s resumption of World Ranking points to be unfair.

Highlights, by PGA