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Can Dee Ford deny Kansas City a Super Bowl victory for the second year in a row? Ford plays for San Francisco now, but he was with the Chiefs last season and made a devastating mistake. He lined up in the neutral zone late in the AFC title game, wiping out what would have been a victory-clinching interception for his team. New England would go on to win that game in overtime before beating the Rams in the Super Bowl. …

Who will Joe Montana root for in this Super Bowl? Presumably the 49ers, as the legendary quarterback won four rings with them. But he also spent his final two seasons with the Chiefs. …

Kansas City coach Andy Reid spent time at San Francisco State early in his career, and comes from the Mike Holmgren branch of the Bill Walsh tree, so he sort of has 49ers roots…

This game features the two most dangerous tight ends in football in Kansas City’s Travis Kelce and San Francisco’s George Kittle… For the seventh consecutive year, the Super Bowl is between teams seeded either first or second. The 49ers are the NFC’s top seed, and the Chiefs are the AFC’s second.


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MELBOURNE, Australia — 

Naomi Osaka won the tournament’s opening match for her dad at the Australian Open. Serena Williams won hers for her daughter.

The first two matches on center court at the Australian Open were all about families for two champions.

For something new, Osaka’s father, Leonard Francois, was in the crowd watching as the defending champion reeled off the last four games after dropping serve for the only time to beat Marie Bouzkova 6-2, 6-4.

Next up, Williams started her bid for a first major title as a mom when she beat 18-year-old Anastasia Potapova 6-0, 6-3. Williams has won the title seven times in Australia, and is aiming for an all-time record-equaling 24th Grand Slam singles title. She hasn’t added to her career tally since victory at the 2017 Australian Open, and then becoming Olympia’s mom. She managed to end one drought last week when she won the title in Auckland, New Zealand — her first since the Australian title three years ago.

“I hadn’t been able to win as a mom, so it was nice to finally be able to win a tournament with a 2-year-old now,” Williams said of her Auckland win. “I’ve been pretty close, but it was special for me and for her. I hope for her.”

Williams has lost four Grand Slam finals since her last title, and is determined to end that streak.

Her sister didn’t fare as well on the first day. Coco Gauff followed up her upset of Venus Williams at Wimbledon last year with a 7-6 (5), 6-3 victory in the evening match. It was Gauff’s first appearance in the Open main draw.

Osaka thanked the crowd after her match, saying “You probably didn’t come for me, but thanks for filling up the stadium.”

There was one person in particular who was there only for Osaka.

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“My dad watched my match from my box for the first time during a Grand Slam,” Osaka, who won back-to-back majors at the 2018 U.S. Open and last year’s Australian Open, tweeted. “I feel so happy.”

She later explained: “He’s just superstitious. Because, like, he literally — because, like, before when he used to sit in my box I would just look at him and complain a lot, but I have matured over the past, like, three or four years he hasn’t sat in my box.“

Father-of-four Roger Federer had a routine 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 win over Steve Johnson in his first tournament of the year, saying he was content with his form after a vacation and some heavy off-season training. He’s 21-0 in first-round matches at the Australian Open, where he’s won six of his 20 major titles.

Two-time Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova, who lost the final here last year to Osaka, advanced 6-1, 6-0 over Katerina Siniakova on Margaret Court Arena in a mid-afternoon match that continued while play was suspended because of rain on the the outside courts.

Osaka is aiming to be only the ninth woman to successfully defend the Australian Open title. She wasn’t able to do that at the U.S. Open last year, when she lost in the fourth round, but says she learned some valuable lessons there.

“Definitely, it was really tough for me trying to control my nerves,“ she said of her first-round win. “I’m really glad I was able to finish it in two.

Other seeded players advancing on the women’s side included No. 13 Petra Martic and No. 14 Sofia Kenin. Martic had a 6-3, 6-0 win over Christina McHale and Kenin beat Italian qualifier Martina Trevisan 6-2, 6-4..

Denis Shapovalov lost an ill-tempered match 6-3, 7-6 (7), 6-1, 7-6 (3) to Marton Fucsovics, who has made a habit of taking out the No. 13 seed in Melbourne.

Shapovalov berated the umpire and received a code violation for spiking his racket after the third set.

“I didn’t break it. If I break it, 100% code me,” Shapovalov yelled at umpire Renaud Lichtenstein. “You’re not doing your job. You’re just finding reasons to code me.”

Fucsovics also beat the 13th seed last year at Melbourne Park, that time Sam Querrey in the second round.

“Usually this is not a lucky number, but for me, my favorite number,” he said. “I played some of my best tennis today. Everything was working well.”

No. 8 Matteo Berrettini and No. 22 Guido Pella also advanced along with Querrey, who beat 25th-seeded Borna Coric 6-3, 6-4, 6-4, and Dan Evans, who rallied from two sets down to beat Mackenzie McDonald 3-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3.


Hello, my name is John Cherwa, and welcome back to our horse racing newsletter as we have another day of racing this weekend.

If it’s Monday than it must be time for stewards’ rulings. So, let’s get to it.

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–Trainer Peter Miller was fined $200 because Texas Wedge was improperly shod before the eighth race on Jan. 1, the $200,000 Joe Hernandez Stakes. Texas Wedge showed up in the receiving barn wearing toe grabs on his rear hooves, which is a violation of the turf shoe policy. The toe grabs were filed down and Texas Wedge won the race.

–Jockey Ruben Fuentes was fined $100 for using his riding crop more than three times in succession without giving Fast as Cass a chance to respond in the first race on Jan. 3. Fuentes plead guilty by phone and waived his right to a hearing. Fast as Cash won the race.

–Owner Tevis McCauley was suspended for failing to appear for a hearing alleging a failure to pay their bills. Dr. Melinda Blue, a veterinarian, alleged that McCauley owed $4,203.78. During the suspension McCauley is barred from all CHRB jurisdictions.

–Trainer Leonard Powell was fined $500 for use of a nebulizer, which makes breathing easier, on Big Barrel before the fifth race on Sept. 2 at Del Mar. The usage was less than 48 hours before the race. Big Barrel was scratched. Powell said he thought the threshold was 48 hours, not 24. Powell accepted full responsibility.

–Jockey Umberto Rispoli was fined $300 for striking his horse, Y Not Sizzle, 13 times in the final 1/8 of a mile in the sixth race on Jan. 4. Rispoli, who came to Santa Anita from Singapore, said he forgot he about the rule since he had only been in Southern California about two weeks. Y Not sizzle finished second.

Another tough day

Santa Anita suffered its third death in three days as Tikkun Olam, a 4-year-old gelding, collided with an unidentified other horse while training. The second horse appeared to be uninjured. Tikkum Olam was euthanized from undisclosed injuries. It’s the fifth death this racing season for Santa Anita. You can read more about it by clicking here.

Santa Anita review

Sunday’s feature was the Grade 3 $100,000 Astra Stakes for fillies and mares going 1 ½ miles on the turf. For a change, it was a big upset as Ms Peintour won by an easy two lengths. She made her move on the far turn going three wide and entered the stretch in front.

Ms Peintour paid $28.40, $9.60 and $4.00. Tiny Tina was second followed by Siberian Isis, Blue Diva, Heathers Grey, Lostintranzlation and Trust Fund Kitty.

Here’s what the winning connections had to say.

Brian Koriner (winning trainer): “She’s always loped out strong. She doesn’t have that turn of foot, but she’s acted like she wants to go and go. We thought if [jockey] Brice [Blanc] could get the jump on them today, we wouldn’t have horses finishing like they do at the shorter distances. She ran a really big race today and I told ‘Sam’ that even though we’ve had offers on her as a broodmare, let’s try her in a few more times and it worked out.”

Brice Blanc (winning jockey): “After her last race, I told Brian [Koriner] I think she wants to run further. She stays very steady and even though she doesn’t have big turn of foot, she keeps trying. This race came up at a mile and one half and it was perfect. I’m very happy to be right and I’m glad to have this opportunity with [owners] Brian and Samantha [Siegel].”

Santa Anita preview

Monday’s special card is eight races starting at 12:30 p.m. Three of the races are on the turf including the graded stakes feature. Five of the races are for maidens. The big race is the Grade 3 $100,000 Megahertz Stakes for fillies and mares going a mile on the turf.

The favorite, at 5-2, is Super Patriot for trainer Richard Baltas and jockey Joel Rosario, This 5-year-old mare is five-for-25 lifetime and is coming off a second in the Kathryn Crosby Stake at Del Mar and a third in the Swingtime Stakes at Santa Anita. Post is around 3:35 p.m.

Brill, a 4-year-old filly originally bought for $1 million, is the 3-1 second choice. She is two-for-eight lifetime and is coming off a win in the Lady Shamrock, her first win since a maiden. Don Chatlos, Jerry Hollendorfer’s former assistant, is the trainer and Mike Smith is the jockey.

Here are the field sizes, in order: 5, 6, 9 (1 also eligible), 6, 9 (1 ae), 7, 8, 9.

Ciaran Thornton’s SA pick of the day

RACE ONE: No. 5 Reem (5-1)

Reem is the “other” Bob Baffert horse with J.C Diaz riding. The stud fee was a mere $2,500 yet they paid $400,000 at auction and that multiple to stud fee usually means something special. Dam has seven winners from nine starters we see the usual Baffert workouts including that last one with the 6/5 favorite. In a short field card 5-1 is good value.

Sunday’s result: Suezaaana popped the gate, flew to the front and looked great until the horses hit the stretch and then faded. Great on paper and last race replays but again no dice when the rubber met the road.

Ciaran Thornton is the handicapper for Californiapick4.com, which offers daily full card picks, longshots of the day, best bets of the day.

Big races review

A look at graded stakes or races worth $100,000 on Sunday.

Aqueduct (7): $100,000 Ladies Handicap, fillies and mares 4 and up, 1 1/8 miles. Winner: Bellera ($3.00)

Santa Anita (6): Grade 3 $100,000 Astra Stakes, 4 and up, 1 ½ miles on turf. Winner: Ms Peintour ($28.40)

Now, the stars of the show, Sunday’s results and Monday’s entries.

Santa Anita Charts Results for Sunday, January 19.

Copyright 2020 by Equibase Company. Reproduction prohibited. Santa Anita, Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California. 12th day of a 60-day meet. Cloudy & Firm

FIRST RACE.

5½ Furlongs Turf. Purse: $55,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up. Time 22.24 45.30 56.96 1:03.02


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ 3/8 Str Fin Jockey $1

3 Rosey Sky 124 3 2 2–½ 2–1½ 1–2½ 1–2¾ Pereira 5.10
5 Bella Chica 124 5 8 5–½ 5–½ 3–hd 2–½ Van Dyke 2.10
1 Civil Suit 124 1 7 3–hd 4–1½ 5–½ 3–1 Espinoza 21.80
8 Spanish Channel 119 8 4 8–2½ 7–2 6–hd 4–1 Velez 53.70
4 Into Rissa 124 4 9 9 8–hd 7–2½ 5–¾ Rispoli 1.50
7 Love Not War 124 7 3 4–1 3–hd 2–1 6–2¼ Gryder 8.10
2 Suezaaana 124 2 1 1–1 1–hd 4–hd 7–½ Delgadillo 9.90
6 Dannybob 117 6 5 7–hd 9 9 8–½ Flores 56.40
9 Mrs. Kimberly K 124 9 6 6–hd 6–1 8–3½ 9 Cedillo 40.60

3 ROSEY SKY 12.20 5.80 5.40
5 BELLA CHICA 3.80 3.20
1 CIVIL SUIT 12.40

$1 EXACTA (3-5)  $23.50
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (3-5-1-8)  $284.49
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (3-5-1-8-4)  $21,827.90
50-CENT TRIFECTA (3-5-1)  $122.25

Winner–Rosey Sky Ch.m.5 by Street Boss out of Rose Canyon, by Sky Mesa. Bred by Regan Wright & Don Gibb (CA). Trainer: Brian J. Koriner. Owner: E-Racing.Com, Calabria, D., Crawford, R., Graham, G., Lyons, J. and Smith, B.. Mutuel Pool $186,224 Exacta Pool $99,983 Superfecta Pool $57,813 Super High Five Pool $53,587 Trifecta Pool $74,661. Scratched–Our Romance, Remember to Smile.

ROSEY SKY had speed outside a rival then stalked off the rail, bid alongside that one on the turn, took the lead into the stretch, was shaken up with the reins to kick clear in the stretch and proved best under a steady hand ride. BELLA CHICA broke out, bumped a rival and steadied, angled in and saved ground, came out leaving the turn and three deep into the stretch and edged a rival late for the place. CIVIL SUIT close up stalking the pace inside, continued along the rail on the turn and in the stretch and was edged for second. SPANISH CHANNEL broke in a bit, tugged three deep between horses, angled in on the turn, split rivals in midstretch and deep stretch and bested the others. INTO RISSA hesitated to be away behind the field, settled inside, went outside a rival on the turn and into the stretch, came out some in the drive and finished with some interest. LOVE NOT WAR pulled her way along to stalk the pace outside a rival to the stretch, was between foes past midstretch and weakened. SUEZAAANA sped to the early lead, inched away and set the pace inside, fought back on the turn and into the stretch, was between foes in deep stretch and also weakened. DANNYBOB bumped at the start, chased between foes then a bit off the rail, was in a bit tight and shuffled back on the turn, came out into the stretch and lacked a rally. MRS. KIMBERLY K chased four wide then three deep on the turn, came four wide into the stretch and weakened.

SECOND RACE.

7 Furlongs. Purse: $28,000. Maiden Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $40,000. Time 22.57 46.17 1:11.62 1:24.87


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ ½ Str Fin Jockey $1

1 Tromador 124 1 4 2–3½ 2–2 1–hd 1–1¾ Pereira 0.50
4 Ziyanair 124 4 5 5–½ 4–½ 3–1½ 2–1¼ Figueroa 74.40
2 Me Macho 117 2 3 1–hd 1–hd 2–1 3–1¾ Flores 15.20
6 Salah 124 6 2 3–½ 3–2 4–4 4–4½ Cedillo 2.40
5 Meadway 124 5 1 6–4½ 6–7 5–3 5–nk Franco 40.20
7 Gold N Grand 124 7 6 4–2 5–hd 6–12 6–23 Espinoza 6.30
3 West Way Dreams 114 3 7 7 7 7 7 Donoe 107.80

1 TROMADOR 3.00 2.40 2.10
4 ZIYANAIR 25.80 10.80
2 ME MACHO 6.40

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (3-1)  $19.20
$1 EXACTA (1-4)  $44.50
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (1-4-2-6)  $96.95
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (1-4-2-6-5)  $2,600.80
50-CENT TRIFECTA (1-4-2)  $199.00

Winner–Tromador Ch.c.4 by Exchange Rate out of Diamondesque, by Any Given Saturday. Bred by Charles H. Deters (KY). Trainer: Brian J. Koriner. Owner: Lyons, Janet and Trommer, Evan. Mutuel Pool $172,195 Daily Double Pool $46,453 Exacta Pool $96,713 Superfecta Pool $72,031 Super High Five Pool $9,441 Trifecta Pool $85,235. Scratched–none.

TROMADOR had good early speed and dueled inside, put a head in front nearing midstretch, inched away under urging and held. ZIYANAIR saved ground chasing the pace, came out into the stretch and gained the place. ME MACHO had speed between horses then dueled outside the winner, fought back in the stretch to deep stretch and held third. SALAH chased off the rail then outside a rival leaving the turn and three deep into the stretch and lacked the needed rally. MEADWAY settled outside then three deep leaving the backstretch and into the turn, continued outside on the bend and three wide into the stretch and did not rally. GOLD N GRAND chased off the rail then between horses leaving the backstretch and into the turn, angled in a bit off the fence leaving the turn and weakened. WEST WAY DREAMS broke slowly, dropped back just off the rail, fell farther back on the turn and gave way.

THIRD RACE.

1 Mile. Purse: $20,000. Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $10,000. Time 23.31 46.98 1:12.26 1:25.30 1:39.04


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $1

6 Top of the Game 119 5 1 1–hd 1–hd 1–2½ 1–5 1–5¾ Velez 0.50
7 Play Hard to Get 117 6 6 6 6 5–½ 3–hd 2–1½ Diaz, Jr. 6.50
2 Boy Howdy 122 2 3 2–2 2–3 2–2½ 2–2½ 3–4¾ Cedillo 10.00
5 Big Bad Gary 122 4 4 3–1½ 3–hd 3–½ 4–4 4–11½ Figueroa 32.30
4 Brimstoned 122 3 5 5–5 4–3½ 4–4½ 5–5 5–8¼ Blanc 5.60
1 Best Two Minutes 122 1 2 4–hd 5–5 6 6 6 Franco 5.90

6 TOP OF THE GAME 3.00 2.20 2.10
7 PLAY HARD TO GET 5.00 3.60
2 BOY HOWDY 3.60

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (1-6)  $4.40
$1 EXACTA (6-7)  $6.70
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (6-7-2-5)  $17.10
50-CENT TRIFECTA (6-7-2)  $16.75

Winner–Top of the Game B.g.7 by Desert Party out of Indy Future, by A.P. Indy. Bred by Cantrell Family Partnership Ltd. (KY). Trainer: Ryan Hanson. Owner: Dunn, Robin D and Hanson, Ryan. Mutuel Pool $165,715 Daily Double Pool $21,597 Exacta Pool $85,366 Superfecta Pool $48,819 Trifecta Pool $66,120. Claimed–Top of the Game by Hat Trick Racing and Valle, Jose. Trainer: Reid France. Scratched–Liberty Park.

50-Cent Pick Three (3-1-6) paid $9.00. Pick Three Pool $51,756.

TOP OF THE GAME angled in and dueled outside a rival, edged clear leaving the second turn and drew off in the stretch under a couple taps with the whip turned down and a steady hand ride. PLAY HARD TO GET broke a bit slowly, angled in and settled just off the rail, went around a rival on the second turn and three wide into the stretch and gained the place. BOY HOWDY had good early speed and dueled inside, stalked leaving the second turn, came out into the stretch and bested the others. BIG BAD GARY chased outside a rival or a bit off the rail, continued inside on the second turn, came out in upper stretch and lacked a further response. BRIMSTONED angled in a bit of the rail then chased outside a rival and weakened in the drive. BEST TWO MINUTES saved ground chasing the pace, dropped back on the second turn, gave way and was eased in the drive.

FOURTH RACE.

1 Mile Turf. Purse: $33,000. Claiming. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $35,000. Time 23.28 46.92 1:11.56 1:23.60 1:35.52


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $1

7 Arctic Roll 124 7 1 3–1½ 3–1 3–1 1–3 1–3¾ Prat 3.20
5 Point Hope 124 5 6 5–1 4–hd 4–½ 3–1 2–1 Van Dyke 3.70
4 Wind Tartare 124 4 7 8–6 8–3 7–½ 4–hd 3–½ Valdivia, Jr. 22.30
3 Querelle 124 3 4 7–1½ 7–1 8–1 6–1 4–1½ Franco 4.50
9 Catoca 124 9 2 2–1 2–1½ 1–hd 2–hd 5–hd Rispoli 7.30
8 Dulverton Darling 124 8 10 10 9–2½ 9–5 8–2 6–hd Fuentes 23.70
1 Mulhima 124 1 5 6–1 6–½ 6–hd 7–hd 7–1 Cedillo 10.20
10 Clockstrikestwelve 124 10 8 9–½ 10 10 10 8–ns Smith 16.60
6 Playa Chica 124 6 9 4–hd 5–1½ 5–½ 5–½ 9–10¾ Gutierrez 6.20
2 Girona 124 2 3 1–hd 1–hd 2–hd 9–3 10 Pereira 12.60

7 ARCTIC ROLL (GB) 8.40 5.20 4.60
5 POINT HOPE (IRE) 4.20 3.80
4 WIND TARTARE (FR) 10.40

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (6-7)  $22.40
$1 EXACTA (7-5)  $20.80
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (7-5-4-3)  $139.32
50-CENT TRIFECTA (7-5-4)  $159.85
10-CENT X-5 SUPER HIGH FIVE (7-5-4-3-9)   Carryover $1,216

Winner–Arctic Roll (GB) B.m.5 by Champs Elysees (GB) out of Paquerettza (FR), by Dr Fong. Bred by Mrs Ann Greenwood (GB). Trainer: Andrew Lerner. Owner: Vindicate Racing. Mutuel Pool $298,185 Daily Double Pool $26,659 Exacta Pool $166,316 Superfecta Pool $68,710 Trifecta Pool $105,475 X-5 Super High Five Pool $1,594. Claimed–Point Hope (IRE) by Kirkwood, Al and Saundra S. Trainer: Mark Glatt. Claimed–Playa Chica by ERJ Racing LLC and Lerner Racing. Trainer: Andrew Lerner. Scratched–none.

50-Cent Pick Three (1-6-7) paid $6.90. Pick Three Pool $22,674.

ARCTIC ROLL (GB) had speed between horses then stalked a bit off the rail, bid three deep leaving the second turn, took the lead while being fanned four wide into the stretch, kicked clear under urging and drifted in through the final furlong. POINT HOPE (IRE) between horses early, stalked outside a rival or a bit off the rail, was between foes into the stretch and gained the place inside. WIND TARTARE (FR) angled in early then came out leaving the first turn, chased three deep, came four wide into the stretch and edged a rival for third. QUERELLE chased outside a rival then a bit off the rail, went between horses on the second turn and into the stretch, continued between foes in midstretch and was edged for the show. CATOCA three deep early, dueled outside a rival, put a head in front between foes leaving the second turn, drifted out into the stretch, drifted in through the final furlong and weakened. DULVERTON DARLING broke a bit slowly, angled in and settled outside a rival then just off the rail, came out on the second turn and three wide into the stretch and lacked the needed rally. MULHIMA (IRE) saved ground chasing the pace, split horses in upper stretch and could not offer the necessary late kick. CLOCKSTRIKESTWELVE angled in and settled inside, came out in upper stretch and was not a threat. PLAYA CHICA broke a bit slowly, went four wide into the first turn then stalked three deep, came four wide into the stretch and weakened. GIRONA had good early speed and dueled inside, fought back on the second turn and weakened in the drive.

FIFTH RACE.

5½ Furlongs. Purse: $18,000. Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $12,500. Time 22.13 46.03 58.73 1:05.57


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ 3/8 Str Fin Jockey $1

2 Jen Go Unchained 124 2 3 4–1 3–½ 1–1 1–½ Delgadillo 1.50
8 Temple Knights 124 8 7 7–hd 7–1½ 5–1½ 2–nk Fuentes 8.40
1 Concord Jet 124 1 6 2–2 2–1½ 3–1 3–1¼ Pereira 3.00
3 Red Valor 119 3 4 3–hd 4–3½ 4–1½ 4–hd Velez 11.20
7 Norski 119 7 2 6–1½ 6–1 6–4 5–hd Diaz, Jr. 7.60
4 Passing 124 4 5 1–hd 1–hd 2–hd 6–3¼ Cedillo 10.30
5 Irish Ballad 124 5 1 8 8 7–½ 7–10¼ Figueroa 34.20
6 Friendly Steve 124 6 8 5–hd 5–hd 8 8 Van Dyke 6.90

2 JEN GO UNCHAINED 5.00 3.20 2.40
8 TEMPLE KNIGHTS 7.00 4.60
1 CONCORD JET 2.80

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (7-2)  $26.80
$1 EXACTA (2-8)  $17.20
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (2-8-1-3)  $37.66
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (2-8-1-3-7)  $1,016.20
50-CENT TRIFECTA (2-8-1)  $27.45

Winner–Jen Go Unchained Ch.g.4 by Coil out of Jen’s New Chapter, by Orientate. Bred by Skip & Zipp Racing, LLC & GilmanRacing, LLC (CA). Trainer: Mike Puype. Owner: Gilman Racing, LLC and Skip and Zipp Racing LLC. Mutuel Pool $243,684 Daily Double Pool $24,806 Exacta Pool $158,070 Superfecta Pool $82,350 Super High Five Pool $6,396 Trifecta Pool $115,454. Claimed–Jen Go Unchained by Becerra, Jose Refugio and Martin, Craig. Trainer: Rafael Becerra. Scratched–none.

50-Cent Pick Three (6-7-2) paid $12.75. Pick Three Pool $30,903. 50-Cent Pick Four (1-3/6-7-2) 5541 tickets with 4 correct paid $21.15. Pick Four Pool $153,820. 50-Cent Pick Five (3-1-3/6-7-2) 2439 tickets with 5 correct paid $211.30. Pick Five Pool $599,540.

JEN GO UNCHAINED stalked the pace inside, came out on the turn, bid three deep into the stretch to gain the lead, inched away under urging in midstretch, edged clear and held. TEMPLE KNIGHTS settled off the rail then outside on the turn, came four wide into the stretch and finished well. CONCORD JET sent inside, dueled along the rail, fought back into the stretch and again in deep stretch and went willingly late. RED VALOR stalked outside the winner, came out four wide into the stretch and was outfinished. NORSKI four wide early, stalked outside then alongside a rival on the turn and just off the rail into the stretch, came out some in the drive and lacked the needed rally between foes late. PASSING dueled outside a rival, fought back under urging between horses into the stretch, had the rider lose the whip in midstretch and weakened some late. IRISH BALLAD chased between horses then a bit off the rail, angled to the inside on the turn, came out into the stretch and lacked a rally. FRIENDLY STEVE stalked between rivals then a bit off the rail, angled to the inside into the stretch, gave way in the drive and drifted out while being eased late.

SIXTH RACE.

1½ Mile Turf. Purse: $100,000. ‘Astra Stakes’. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up. Time 24.48 48.20 1:12.96 1:36.95 2:01.78 2:26.71


Pgm Horse Wt PP ¼ ½ 1 Mile 1¼ Mile Str Fin Jockey $1

6 Ms Peintour 120 6 2–hd 3–½ 4–1½ 3–hd 1–1 1–2 Blanc 13.20
2 Tiny Tina 120 2 3–1 4–3 3–hd 4–2 3–1 2–1 Prat 1.40
5 Siberian Iris 122 5 7 7 7 6–4 4–½ 3–1¼ Van Dyke 1.60
3 Blue Diva 122 3 5–2½ 5–2 5–4 5–1 5–hd 4–1¾ Cedillo 10.10
7 Heathers Grey 120 7 4–2 2–1½ 2–1 2–1 2–hd 5–7¼ Gryder 13.80
1 Lostintranzlation 120 1 1–1 1–1 1–½ 1–hd 6–8 6–13 Franco 5.80
4 Trust Fund Kitty 120 4 6–½ 6–hd 6–hd 7 7 7 Espinoza 55.90

6 MS PEINTOUR 28.40 9.60 4.00
2 TINY TINA 3.00 2.20
5 SIBERIAN IRIS (IRE) 2.40

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (2-6)  $68.20
$1 EXACTA (6-2)  $34.80
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (6-2-5-3)  $38.70
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (6-2-5-3-7)  $2,855.40
50-CENT TRIFECTA (6-2-5)  $47.45

Winner–Ms Peintour B.m.5 by Paynter out of Dyna’s Destiny, by Dynaformer. Bred by Bill Adair, Phyllis Adair & Connie Brown (KY). Trainer: Brian J. Koriner. Owner: Jay Em Ess Stable. Mutuel Pool $272,708 Daily Double Pool $32,010 Exacta Pool $116,365 Superfecta Pool $61,072 Super High Five Pool $7,483 Trifecta Pool $90,092. Scratched–none.

50-Cent Pick Three (7-2-6) paid $84.00. Pick Three Pool $41,427.

MS PEINTOUR stalked the pace outside a rival, came three wide into the stretch, took the lead in upper stretch, inched away in midstretch, kicked clear under urging and proved best under a hold late. TINY TINA between horses early, angled in and stalked inside, came out into the stretch again for room in midstretch and finished willingly. SIBERIAN IRIS (IRE) pulled and drifted three deep on the dirt crossing, angled in and settled outside a rival, came three wide into the stretch and gained the show. BLUE DIVA saved ground stalking the pace, came out into the stretch and lacked the needed late kick. HEATHERS GREY drifted four wide on the dirt crossing, angled in and stalked off the rail, bid outside the pacesetter leaving the backstretch and on the second turn, took the lead into the stretch, fought back off the rail in upper stretch and weakened late. LOSTINTRANZLATION tugged her way to the early lead, set the pace inside, fought back leaving the backstretch and on the second turn and into the stretch and weakened in the final furlong. TRUST FUND KITTY came out on the dirt crossing then angled in and saved ground off the pace, dropped back on the final turn and gave way. Rail on hill at zero.

SEVENTH RACE.

6½ Furlongs. Purse: $55,000. Maiden Special Weight. 3 year olds. Time 21.88 44.91 1:09.47 1:15.82


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ ½ Str Fin Jockey $1

1 Nadal 122 1 6 1–hd 1–½ 1–2 1–3¾ Diaz, Jr. 1.20
5 Exaulted 122 5 7 7 5–½ 3–hd 2–½ Smith 4.70
7 Lane Way 122 7 4 5–1 3–1 2–2½ 3–2¼ Prat 2.00
4 Jeffnjohn’sthundr 122 4 2 3–hd 4–1 4–½ 4–5¼ Fuentes 9.60
2 Vasariano 122 2 5 6–½ 7 6–½ 5–1¾ Van Dyke 11.70
3 Threearchbaymafia 122 3 3 2–1½ 2–2 5–5 6–5¼ Cedillo 36.20
6 Western Smoke 122 6 1 4–1½ 6–3 7 7 Espinoza 34.50

1 NADAL 4.40 3.20 2.20
5 EXAULTED 4.40 3.00
7 LANE WAY 2.20

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (6-1)  $99.20
$1 EXACTA (1-5)  $8.80
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (1-5-7-4)  $5.68
$1 SUPER HIGH FIVE (1-5-7-4-2)  $75.20
50-CENT TRIFECTA (1-5-7)  $10.10

Winner–Nadal B.c.3 by Blame out of Ascending Angel, by Pulpit. Bred by Sierra Farm (KY). Trainer: Bob Baffert. Owner: Bolton, George, Hoyeau, Arthur, Lipman, Barry and Mathiesen, Mark. Mutuel Pool $277,767 Daily Double Pool $34,904 Exacta Pool $121,195 Superfecta Pool $62,166 Super High Five Pool $7,217 Trifecta Pool $83,650. Scratched–none.

50-Cent Pick Three (2-6-1) paid $86.55. Pick Three Pool $40,511.

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NADAL a half step slow to begin, went up inside to duel for the lead, inched away briefly into the turn, edged away again leaving the turn, came off the rail into the stretch, was shaken up with the reins and the whip turned down to kick clear, drifted in and proved best under a tap of the stick and steady handling. EXAULTED broke a bit slowly, settled off the rail, angled in on the turn and went up the rail in the stretch for the place. LANE WAY chased off the rail then moved up inside on the turn, came out in upper stretch and was edged late outside a rival for second. JEFFNJOHN’STHUNDR between horses early, stalked off the inside hen outside a rival on the turn, came three wide into the stretch and lacked the needed rally. VASARIANO saved ground chasing the pace throughout and did not rally. THREEARCHBAYMAFIA dueled outside the winner, bid again alongside that one midway on the turn and weakened in the drive. WESTERN SMOKE chased outside a rival then off the rail, continued alongside a foe leaving the turn and also weakened.

EIGHTH RACE.

1 Mile Turf. Purse: $33,000. Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $25,000. Time 23.37 47.18 1:11.13 1:23.24 1:35.52


Pgm Horse Wt PP St ¼ ½ ¾ Str Fin Jockey $1

9 Swamp Souffle 124 9 7 9–2½ 9–3½ 9–3½ 6–1 1–¾ Franco 7.40
4 The Creep 122 4 2 2–hd 2–1 2–2½ 1–½ 2–nk Fuentes 24.50
3 Tequila Joe 122 3 3 5–½ 5–hd 5–hd 4–hd 3–½ Cedillo 2.30
10 Kylemore 122 10 4 4–1 4–1 4–1 5–½ 4–¾ Pereira 12.50
1 Cabin John 122 1 6 3–½ 3–hd 3–½ 3–½ 5–hd Rispoli 7.10
6 Tough It Out 122 6 10 10 10 10 10 6–¾ Maldonado 7.00
8 Start a Runnin 122 8 1 1–1½ 1–1 1–hd 2–2 7–nk Flores 18.80
2 Real Master 122 2 8 8–2 7–hd 7–hd 8–1½ 8–1 Prat 4.00
5 King Eddie 122 5 5 6–1 6–1½ 6–1½ 7–1 9–1 Espinoza 19.80
7 Rigoletto 117 7 9 7–½ 8–1½ 8–½ 9–1 10 Velez 8.10

9 SWAMP SOUFFLE 16.80 8.40 4.40
4 THE CREEP 18.60 9.60
3 TEQUILA JOE 3.00

$2 DAILY DOUBLE (1-9)  $31.60
$1 EXACTA (9-4)  $162.90
10-CENT SUPERFECTA (9-4-3-10)  $463.91
10-CENT SUPER HIGH FIVE (9-4-3-10-1)   Carryover $8,994
50-CENT TRIFECTA (9-4-3)  $265.50

Winner–Swamp Souffle B.g.4 by Bodemeister out of Yes She Is, by Seeking the Gold. Bred by Craig L. Wheeler & Barry Berkelhammer (FL). Trainer: William Spawr. Owner: Acker, Tom, Becker, Barry, Becker, Judith and Wafer, Thomas J.. Mutuel Pool $305,334 Daily Double Pool $130,376 Exacta Pool $197,867 Superfecta Pool $102,870 Super High Five Pool $11,785 Trifecta Pool $153,074. Scratched–Buster Douglas (BRZ), French Getaway, Implicitly.

50-Cent Pick Three (6-1-9) paid $231.10. Pick Three Pool $113,891. 50-Cent Pick Four (2-6-1-9) 525 tickets with 4 correct paid $726.25. Pick Four Pool $499,621. 50-Cent Pick Five (7-2-6-1-9) 112 tickets with 5 correct paid $2,183.30. Pick Five Pool $320,403. 20-Cent Pick Six Jackpot (3/6-7-2-6-1-9) 44 tickets with 6 correct paid $2,117.32. Pick Six Jackpot Pool $173,493. Pick Six Jackpot Carryover $557,744.

SWAMP SOUFFLE angled in and saved ground off the pace, came out in upper stretch, rallied between horses under vigorous handling and a left handed crack of the whip to get up outside foes late. THE CREEP between horses early, stalked outside a rival then just off the rail, bid alongside the pacesetter on the second turn, took short lead in midstretch, drifted out a bit from the whip in deep stretch and held second between foes. TEQUILA JOE saved ground stalking the pace, cut the corner into the stretch, split rivals in deep stretch and finished well. KYLEMORE hopped some at the break, stalked three deep then outside a rival, continued outside on the second turn and three wide into the stretch and continued willingly to be edged for the show. CABIN JOHN saved ground stalking the pace, came out in upper stretch, was between horses in midstretch then steadied between foes in tight in deep stretch. TOUGH IT OUT broke a bit slowly, angled in and saved ground off the pace, came out some in deep stretch and split rivals late. START A RUNNIN sped to the early lead, angled in on the first turn and set the pace inside, dueled on the second turn, fought back in the stretch and weakened some late. REAL MASTER (FR) saved ground stalking the pace, came out leaving the second turn and into the stretch and was outfinished. KING EDDIE chased between foes then outside a rival, came out leaving the second turn and four wide into the stretch and could not quite summon the needed late kick. RIGOLETTO (SWI) pulled and came out off heels into the first turn, chased outside a rival, angled four wide into the stretch and lacked the needed rally.


Attendance Handle
On-Track 5,910 $948,046
Inter-Track N/A $1,496,375
Out of State N/A $5,498,556
TOTAL 5,910 $7,942,977

Santa Anita Entries for Monday, January 20.

Santa Anita, Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California. 13th day of a 60-day meet.

FIRST RACE.

6½ Furlongs. Purse: $55,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies. 3 year olds.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Merneith Drayden Van Dyke 122 Bob Baffert 6-5
2 Drama for Mama Jorge Velez 117 Richard E. Mandella 5-1
3 Princess Mo Geovanni Franco 122 Ruben Gomez 6-1
4 Gidgetta Joel Rosario 122 Richard Baltas 9-5
5 Reem J.C. Diaz, Jr. 117 Bob Baffert 5-1

SECOND RACE.

1 Mile. Purse: $22,000. Claiming. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $16,000.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Discreet Diva Joel Rosario 124 Vann Belvoir 2-1 16,000
2 Tiz Wonderfully Rafael Bejarano 124 James M. Cassidy 4-1 16,000
3 Whoa Nessie Abel Cedillo 124 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 3-1 16,000
4 Ruby Bradley Assael Espinoza 124 Steven Miyadi 5-2 16,000
5 Cee Sam’s Girl David Mussad 114 George Papaprodromou 15-1 16,000
6 All Tea All Shade Jorge Velez 119 Jorge Periban 5-1 16,000

THIRD RACE.

1 Mile Turf. Purse: $55,000. Maiden Special Weight. Fillies. 3 year olds.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Broadbeach Joel Rosario 122 Simon Callaghan 9-5
2 Beguiled Drayden Van Dyke 122 Philip D’Amato 6-1
3 Claudia Jean Jorge Velez 117 Anna Meah 8-1
4 Undisturbed Abel Cedillo 122 Jack Carava 8-1
5 Honor Hop Jose Valdivia, Jr. 122 Patrick Gallagher 30-1
6 M Is for Magic Flavien Prat 122 Neil D. Drysdale 6-1
7 Lookintogeteven Rafael Bejarano 122 James M. Cassidy 6-1
8 Predictable Tully Umberto Rispoli 122 Jeff Mullins 5-1
9 Mangotango Geovanni Franco 122 Richard Baltas 8-1
Also Eligible
10 Egyptian Goddess Edwin Maldonado 122 Jonathan Wong 10-1

FOURTH RACE.

6 Furlongs. Purse: $32,000. Maiden Claiming. Fillies. 3 year olds. Claiming Price $50,000. State bred.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Polar Route Jose Valdivia, Jr. 122 Matthew Chew 3-1 50,000
2 Oui Say No Drayden Van Dyke 122 Steven Miyadi 2-1 50,000
3 Awesome Alessandra Evin Roman 122 Marcia Stortz 3-1 50,000
4 Slewbury Park J.C. Diaz, Jr. 117 Edward R. Freeman 5-2 50,000
5 Excess Coil Assael Espinoza 122 Robert A. Bean 15-1 50,000
6 On the Verge Edwin Maldonado 122 Kristin Mulhall 8-1 50,000

FIFTH RACE.

1 Mile Turf. Purse: $59,000. Allowance Optional Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $62,500.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Never Easy Rafael Bejarano 122 Richard E. Mandella 8-1
2 Gregorian Chant Joel Rosario 122 Philip D’Amato 6-1
3 Acker Ruben Fuentes 122 Neil French 12-1
4 Originaire Umberto Rispoli 124 Jeff Mullins 5-2
5 Barristan The Bold Flavien Prat 122 Mark Glatt 7-2
6 Midnight Swap Drayden Van Dyke 122 J. Keith Desormeaux 20-1
7 Platinum Equity Tiago Pereira 122 Steve Knapp 15-1
8 Foray Jorge Velez 117 John W. Sadler 4-1
9 Sellwood Mike Smith 122 Jeff Mullins 5-1
Also Eligible
10 Dubby Dubbie Abel Cedillo 124 Robert B. Hess, Jr. 6-1 62,500

SIXTH RACE.

1 Mile. Purse: $32,000. Maiden Claiming. 3 year olds. Claiming Price $50,000.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Mr. Nasty Agapito Delgadillo 122 Richard Baltas 7-2 50,000
2 Big Hoof Dynamite Flavien Prat 122 Jay Nehf 8-5 50,000
3 Master Recovery Eswan Flores 122 Hector O. Palma 4-1 50,000
4 Landaa Drayden Van Dyke 122 George Papaprodromou 15-1 50,000
5 Kadesh Geovanni Franco 122 Ryan Hanson 5-1 50,000
6 Linfield Abel Cedillo 122 Eoin G. Harty 4-1 50,000
7 Wicked Blue Brice Blanc 122 Vernon E. Aguayo 15-1 50,000

SEVENTH RACE.

1 Mile Turf. Purse: $100,000. ‘Megahertz Stakes’. Fillies and Mares. 4 year olds and up.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Carressa Victor Espinoza 120 John A. Shirreffs 5-1
2 Take These Chains Umberto Rispoli 120 Ben Colebrook 8-1
3 Keeper Ofthe Stars Abel Cedillo 124 Jonathan Wong 7-2
4 Tonahutu Andrea Atzeni 120 Dan Blacker 15-1
5 Streak of Luck Jose Valdivia, Jr. 120 Matthew Chew 15-1
6 Brill Mike Smith 122 Don Chatlos 3-1
7 La Sardane Flavien Prat 120 Neil D. Drysdale 6-1
8 Super Patriot Joel Rosario 120 Richard Baltas 5-2

EIGHTH RACE.

1 Mile. Purse: $20,000. Maiden Claiming. 4 year olds and up. Claiming Price $20,000.

PP Horse Jockey Wt Trainer M-L Claim $
1 Starship Chewy Donnie Meche 124 Howard L. Zucker 15-1 20,000
2 Speakerofthehouse Ruben Fuentes 124 Ian Kruljac 2-1 20,000
3 Muskoka Rafael Bejarano 124 J. Keith Desormeaux 5-2 20,000
4 Derby Storm Geovanni Franco 124 Ruben Gomez 12-1 20,000
5 Cross Town Abel Cedillo 124 Vann Belvoir 3-1 20,000
6 Son of a Queen Efrain Hernandez 124 Ricardo Zamora 30-1 20,000
7 Shared Edwin Maldonado 124 Richard Rosales 8-1 20,000
8 Fort Dodge Assael Espinoza 124 Martin Valenzuela, III 10-1 20,000
9 Nil Phet Eswan Flores 124 Gary Stute 15-1 20,000


The Sports Report: The Super Bowl is set

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Howdy, I’m your host, Houston Mitchell. Let’s get right to the news.

Behind a little-known and often-doubted running back named Raheem Mostert, the San Francisco 49ers overwhelmed the Green Bay Packers in the manner that a steamroller would overwhelm a stuffed animal.

Mostert became the first player in NFL history to rush for at least 200 yards and four touchdowns in a postseason game in a 37-20 San Francisco victory at rocking Levi’s Stadium.

His 29-carry, 220-yard effort helped the 49ers win with a markedly lopsided offensive attack. Of their 51 plays, 42 were runs. Jimmy Garoppolo threw only eight passes, completing six for 77 yards.

The last time a starting quarterback threw fewer passes in a postseason win was Miami’s Bob Griese in Super VIII. Griese finished six for seven in a victory over Minnesota in January 1974.

“We got in there and we were going eight, nine yards a pop,” Lynch said. “So, why not, you know? Make ’em stop you.

“That has nothing to do, I promise you, with our belief in Jimmy Garoppolo and our passing attack. It’s just, if you can run it, why throw it?”

San Francisco will make its seventh Super Bowl appearance Feb. 2 in Miami against Kansas City. The 49ers most recently played for the NFL title in 2013, losing to Baltimore.

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Led by the phenomenal play of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and a defense that hardened like ice, the Kansas City Chiefs secured their spot in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday with a 35-24 victory over the upstart Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game at a frigid-but-rollicking Arrowhead Stadium.

The temperature at kickoff was 17 degrees, with a wind chill of 5, and the day didn’t get warmer. Still, players and their bundled-up families shrugged off the cold so they could bask in the moment, hugging, dancing amid the confetti, and cheering the end of a drought two years older than the stadium itself.

“I mean, it’s amazing. It really is,” Mahomes said. “To be here, to be a part of Chiefs Kingdom and to be able to do it here at Arrowhead, these people deserve it. And, we’re not done yet.”

The Chiefs, who lost to Green Bay in the first Super Bowl, last made an appearance on the NFL’s biggest stage with a Super Bowl IV victory over Minnesota in January 1970.

The magnitude of the moment was not lost on the 73,656 people at the game.

“This town has been hungry, thirsty, whatever you want to call it for a long time,” said punter Dustin Colquitt, who has been with the Chiefs since 2005 and is the team’s longest-tenured active player. “So it feels nice just to deliver that to them. Looking up, you could tell how excited – nobody moved, they were that excited.

“Nobody was in the aisleways. Never seen a football game like that, where nobody’s trying to get closer or do anything like that. They’re just in their seats taking in the moment. That was special.”

NFL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

All times Pacific

Conference Championship results

at Kansas City 35, Tennessee 24

at San Francisco 37, Green Bay 20

Super Bowl

Sunday Feb. 2

Kansas City vs. San Francisco, 3:30 p.m., FOX

UCLA BASKETBALL

As the second half dragged toward its merciful finish Sunday, the question became not whether UCLA would win but whether California would score again.

The Golden Bears missed jump shots, layups and putbacks during an epic dry spell. Their one-point lead became a double-digit deficit. They went 11 minutes without a point.

By the time Cal’s Matt Bradley made a one-handed floater to end the scoreless stretch with a little under six minutes to play in Pauley Pavilion, the Bruins were well on their way to a 50-40 victory that won’t make it into any greatest-games anthology.

It was the kind of defensive slugfest that pleased coach Mick Cronin after the Bruins ended a skid at three games, even if they failed to set a record for fewest points given up on their home court.

“We had them at 37, and I was upset we gave up a three at the end,” Cronin said dryly after the Bruins gave up their fewest points in a game since holding USC to 40 in March 2012 during the Pac-12 Conference tournament. It was the fewest combined points in a UCLA victory since the Bruins defeated Washington State 50-30 in February 2006.

TENNIS

Naomi Osaka won the tournament’s opening match for her dad at the Australian Open. Serena Williams won hers for her daughter.

Osaka’s father, Leonard Francois, was in the crowd watching as the defending champion reeled off the last four games after dropping serve for the only time to beat Marie Bouzkova 6-2, 6-4.

Next up, Williams started her bid for a first major title as a mom when she beat 18-year-old Anastasia Potapova 6-0, 6-3. Williams has won the title seven times in Australia, and is aiming for an all-time record-equaling 24th Grand Slam singles title. She hasn’t added to her career tally since victory at the 2017 Australian Open, and then becoming Olympia’s mom. She managed to end one drought last week when she won the title in Auckland, New Zealand — her first since the Australian title three years ago.

“I hadn’t been able to win as a mom, so it was nice to finally be able to win a tournament with a 2-year-old now,” Williams said of her Auckland win. “I’ve been pretty close, but it was special for me and for her. I hope for her.”

Father-of-four Roger Federer had a routine 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 win over Steve Johnson in his first tournament of the year, saying he was content with his form after a vacation and some heavy off-season training. He’s 21-0 in first-round matches at the Australian Open, where he’s won six of his 20 major titles.

Two-time Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova, who lost the final here last year to Osaka, advanced 6-1, 6-0 over Katerina Siniakova on Margaret Court Arena in a mid-afternoon match that continued while play was suspended because of rain on the the outside courts.

HORSE RACING

Santa Anita suffered its third horse death in three days when a freak accident occurred during morning training on Sunday.

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Tikkun Olam, a 4-year-old gelding, collided with an unidentified other horse while training. The second horse appeared to be uninjured. Tikkum Olam was euthanized from undisclosed injuries.

So far, Santa Anita has had five deaths since Dec. 26, the scheduled start of the season. Because of rain, the actual start was Dec. 28. Six horses died at Santa Anita through this date last year and 30 horses died overall during the winter-spring meeting.

GOLF

Just when it appeared that Andrew Landry was destined for epic failure, he somehow latched on to epic success.

With birdies on the 17th and 18th holes after throwing away a six-shot lead with six holes to play, Landry shot a stomach-churning five-under-par 67 on Sunday to win the American Express at the PGA West Stadium Course at 26 under.

Abraham Ancer came from back in the pack to shoot a course record-tying, bogey-free 63 to finish in second, at 24 under, and was within earshot of his first PGA Tour victory before Landry’s steely finish.

TODAY’S LOCAL MAJOR SPORTS SCHEDULE

All times Pacific.

Lakers at Boston, 4:30 p.m., TNT, Spectrum Sportsnet, 710 ESPN

BORN ON THIS DATE

1928: Golfer Lionel Hebert (d. 2000)

1929: Race car driver Fireball Roberts (d. 1964)

1940: Figure skater Carol Heiss

1956: Swimmer John Naber

1964: Baseball player/manager Ozzie Guillen

1964: Former Laker Ron Harper

1966: NFL player Rich Gannon

1969: Sprinter Andre Cason

1974: Football player Rae Carruth

1989: Football player Nick Foles

DIED ON THIS DATE

1984: Swimmer Johnny Weissmuller, 79

AND FINALLY

Duke Kahanamoku vs. Johnny Weissmuller at the 1924 Olympics. Watch it here.


A woman was fatally stabbed in Arlington Heights early Sunday, and another woman was taken into custody in connection with her death, Los Angeles police said.

The victim, described only as a woman in her early 20s, was stabbed in the 4000 block of West Pico Boulevard at about 12:30 a.m., said Officer Rosario Cervantes, an LAPD spokeswoman. The stabbing victim was taken to a local hospital, where she died.

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Paramedics also transported another person to the hospital for an unspecified medical emergency, said Nicholas Prange, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department. That person was listed in fair condition.

Another woman in her early 20s was taken into custody on suspicion of stabbing the woman who died, Cervantes said. Neither the suspect nor the victim was identified.

Multiple television stations reported that the stabbing took place inside the Catch One nightclub at 4067 W. Pico Blvd., but police could not confirm the reports. Video footage of the scene showed a large crowd standing behind police tape outside the club as a stretcher was loaded into an ambulance.


An inmate at the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange died Saturday from injuries he suffered during a fight with another inmate last month, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department announced.

Kirk Vernell Price, 57, had been hospitalized since Dec. 27, 2019, and died about 4 p.m. Saturday, the Sheriff’s Department said.

Price had been jailed since March 2016, when he was accused of shooting and killing Fahness Lutalo, a boxing and mixed martial arts trainer, inside the gym Lutalo owned in Tustin.

He had pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder and was in the midst of a jury trial, court records state.

Additional information about the fight that resulted in Price’s death wasn’t immediately available. Authorities did not name the other inmate who was allegedly involved.

The death is being investigated by the Orange County district attorney’s office and also will be reviewed by the Sheriff’s Department.


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San Diego — 

San Diego State freshman Dylan Hernandez was determined to do well on a midterm exam in early November, telling one of his sisters he planned to stay sober at a fraternity party the night before the test.

It did not turn out that way.

In the kind of tragedy that has been plaguing American universities, Hernandez ended up drinking to the point where his blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit, according to a newly obtained university police report.

The document says the 19-year-old Hernandez, who was pledging, left the party with a Phi Gamma Delta fraternity brother who guided him to his dorm. The teen later fell at least six feet from his top bunk, fractured his skull and died.

The incident unfolded on Nov. 6 and 7 and has raised serious questions at the college about underage drinking, hazing, the possible destruction of evidence, and what additional safeguards the school could have taken.

Family members also have concerns about the integrity of the department’s investigation.

The bulk of the investigation was completed less than three weeks after Dylan’s death, according to a copy of the report provided to the San Diego Union-Tribune by George Kindley, the attorney representing the Hernandez family.

Kindley says the family was puzzled by the report because the investigation did not appear to be complete. Under the report’s recommendations, police said “case suspended pending additional evidence or information.”

The report also suggests that campus police did not interview anybody from the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, including about a dozen specific members who likely attended and had videos or images from the party.

One video shared with the Union-Tribune shows a young man getting spanked with a paddle. Another shows a man who had been slapped on the back so hard or so often that he had hand-shaped welts on his back. Yet another shows a man who appears to be passed out on the floor, facedown in vomit.

The department also chose not to pursue search warrants to review cellphone records and social media records of students, despite possessing chat messages between suspected fraternity members instructing one another to delete possibly incriminating material and to stay quiet. “Remember silence is golden,” one member wrote.

“The university and the police department made a promise that they were going to investigate the drinking and the hazing that they knew happened that night,” said 22-year-old Julia Hernandez, one of Dylan’s two sisters.

“When my dad spoke to them recently they said they have not interviewed anyone [who was] at the party, they have not gone to the [fraternity] house, they have not retained any information from the fraternity or its members, so, in our eyes, the investigation isn’t complete.”

The report’s initial conclusion on Nov. 27 was that there was not enough evidence to pursue criminal charges, including felony hazing. Neither the university police department nor the District Attorney’s Office would answer specific questions about the case since the investigation is ongoing.

On Friday, police issued a public statement that says, in part, “As this is an ongoing investigation, detectives will continue to examine all aspects and details of the case. … Further updates about the case will be provided as the investigation progresses.” They also asked anyone with information about the incident to contact campus police.

By the time Hernandez headed home from the fraternity party at about midnight, his blood alcohol level was about 0.23%, nearly triple the legal driving limit of 0.08, according to a blood test and the college’s police report. This estimate assumed Hernandez had stopped drinking about 11:30 p.m. and was based in part on the rate alcohol generally dissipates from the body.

He was guided back to his dorm at Tenochca Residence Hall by his newly appointed fraternity mentor who then handed Hernandez off to a young woman he knew, according to the report. With her help, the teen made his way to his room and into bed.

According to his roommate, Hernandez fell out of his top bunk about 4:30 a.m. on Nov. 7. The roommate told police he and Hernandez laughed about it, but that Hernandez complained at the time of a headache. The roommate heard Hernandez mentioning his headache again around 7 a.m.

Around 8 a.m., the roommate sent a Snapchat message to the young woman who helped Hernandez to his room the night before saying that Hernandez was making a “weird snoring sound.” When she went to check on him about 8:45 a.m. she found him foaming at the mouth.

Hernandez was rushed to the hospital. According to his autopsy, the teen fractured his skull when he fell from his bed, suffering a brain bleed that ultimately led to his death.

He was pronounced brain dead on Nov. 8 at about 3:30 p.m.

In addition to their concerns about what may have happened at the fraternity party, family members feel strongly that Hernandez’s bed was not outfitted with the proper safety features.

“Dylan died from blunt force trauma,” Julia Hernandez said. “These bunk beds are dangerously high. If he was on a normal bed or a bunk bed that had higher railings … he would probably still be with us today.”

According to the campus police report, one investigator noted that the teen’s safety railing “only extended about 3 to 4 inches” above the mattress. The investigator said if Hernandez had been lying on top of his blankets instead of under them, it would have been “relatively easy to roll over the rail.”

Members of Hernandez’s fraternity soon learned he had been hospitalized, according to messages from the teen’s phone. In a Snapchat group titled “Phi Gam or Die Fam,” fraternity members encouraged one another to delete messages and videos that may contain incriminating evidence. Investigators wrote in the report that they used contact information from Hernandez’s phone and a list of fraternity members from Phi Gamma to identify a dozen people in the chat.

Investigators used information gleaned from the videos, messages and interviews with family members and Hernandez’s dorm mates to identify more than a dozen students who likely attended or had knowledge of what happened at the party, including any possible hazing, underage drinking or drug use.

The department didn’t seek search warrants for Snapchat and phone records they knew existed, although they did prepare to do so. The department sent several letters to cellphone carriers and social media companies asking that they preserve certain records, but they stopped short of requesting them, according to the report.

“After consultation with the district attorney’s office, we determined we did not have sufficient evidence, at least at this time, to establish probable cause to obtain a warrant,” the police report read.

A spokesman for the District Attorney’s Office declined comment because of the open investigation. University officials also declined further comment.

The university issued a statement Friday saying, “To support the integrity of the University Police investigation, the report has not been released to the president, other members of the campus administration or to members of our team within Strategic Communications and Public Affairs.”

In the wake of Hernandez’s death, San Diego State President Adela de la Torre created two task forces, one which will explore the use and misuse of alcohol by students, and the other looking at student health and safety. Both committees are scheduled to issue reports and recommendations this year.

Robbins and Winkley write for the San Diego Union-Tribune


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Tijuana authorities found two more bodies beneath a dirt floor in a home where a missing Garden Grove couple was recently found buried, authorities said.

Police were investigating the deaths of Jesus Lopez Guillen, 70, and his wife, Maria Teresa Guillen, 65, whose bodies were found last week in the Obrera neighborhood home when they discovered the bodies of another man and woman, according to the attorney general’s office of Baja California.

In the latest grisly discovery, the two additional bodies were found beneath a dirt floor in a room in the home, authorities said. There was sand and mud on the male corpse and a white powder, believed to be lime, on the female corpse. Fire department personnel, assisted by a police canine, were instrumental in finding the bodies, which are believed to have been buried longer than the bodies of the Guillens, authorities said.

On Thursday, the Guillens’ son-in-law, identified only as Santiago N., was arrested in connection with their deaths, authorities said. He told investigators he had dropped them off at the border after they had collected about $6,500 in rent on properties they owned in Tijuana, but police say his account has been inconsistent.

The Guillens were last seen Jan. 10. They were reported missing by their daughter.

The attorney general’s office said in a statement it was continuing to investigate the deaths of the Guillens and to identify the other bodies and determine the cause of death.

Fry writes for the San Diego Union-Tribune.


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SERIES

America’s Got Talent Ten acts perform for judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Alesha Dixon and Howie Mandel in this new episode. 8 p.m. NBC

All American Aware that Dillon (Jalyn Hall) is upset that he hasn’t been around more, Spencer (Daniel Ezra) tries to make amends by helping him sell tickets for Coop’s (Bre-Z) show, only to wind up facing the police in a new episode. Taye Diggs and Michael Evans Behling also star with guest stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Kareem J. Grimes. 8 p.m. CW

The Bachelor Peter tries to put the drama behind him by focusing on a country line-dancing date in this new episode. 8 p.m. ABC

9-1-1: Lone Star The crew faces a mercury poisoning outbreak and a disaster at a wave pool in this new episode of the spinoff drama. Rob Lowe and Liv Tyler star. 8 p.m. Fox

Brain Games Kristen Bell (“The Good Place”) and Dax Shepard (“Bless This Mess”) face off in games designed to illustrate the differences between female and male brains in the season premiere of this Hollywood reboot of the quiz show. Keegan-Michael Key hosts. Ted Danson appears in a second new episode. 8 and 9 p.m. National Geographic

Bob Hearts Abishola Bob (Billy Gardell) annoys Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku) with unwelcome advice about how to parent her son. Christine Ebersole, Matt Jones, Maribeth Monroe and Vernee Watson also star with guest stars Tony Tambi, Kimberly Scott and Bayo Akinfemi. 8:30 p.m. CBS

Black Lightning Jefferson (Cress Williams) copes with the aftermath of the Red Wave. Christine Adams, China Anne McClain and Jahking Guillory also star in this new episode. 9 p.m. CW

Prodigal Son Malcolm’s (Tom Payne) police comrades work with the FBI to rescue him from the Junkyard Killer (Michael Raymond-James), who reveals harrowing details about those childhood camping trips that have been haunting Malcolm, as this thriller returns with new episodes. Lou Diamond Phillips, Michael Sheen, Bellamy Young and Halston Sage also star. 9 p.m. Fox

No Passport Required This new episode explores the Armenian community of Los Angeles, focusing on its history and traditional cuisine. 9 p.m. KOCE

The New Pope Cardinals Voiello, Gutierrez and Assente (Silvio Orlando, Javier Cámara and Maurizio Lombardi) travel to the U.K. with Aguirre and Sofia (Ramón García, Cécile de France) to persuade Brannox (John Malkovich) to return to the Vatican in this new episode. Jude Law also stars. 9 p.m. HBO

The Good Doctor The doctors treat a 25-year-old runner. Also, two 16-year-old cancer patients are dating. Freddie Highmore, Jasika Nicole and Richard Schiff also star. 10 p.m. ABC

Independent Lens Filmmaker Eunice Lau’s documentary “Accept the Call” chronicles the story of Yusuf Abdurahman, who fled Somalia as a refugee 25 years ago to make a new start in Minnesota, and is now seeing his worst fears realized as his son is arrested in an FBI counter-terrorism sting. 10 p.m. KOCE

Spy Games Mia Kang hosts this offbeat unscripted competition series that’s inspired by an actual World War II espionage program. Here, contestants share quarters on a compound where former intelligence professionals train them in spycraft, which they then use to gather intel on their rivals and other targets. 10 p.m. Bravo

SPECIALS

David Blaine: Beyond Magic The magician astonishes celebrities with his signature brand of street magic. Among those featured are David Beckham, Johnny Depp, Drake, Steph Curry, Dave Chappelle, John Travolta, Patrick Stewart, Emma Stone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. 7 p.m. National Geographic

MOVIES

Amazing Winter Romance A writer (Jessy Schram) returns to her hometown to find inspiration and learns that a childhood friend (Marshall Williams) has built a giant snow maze in this new TV movie. 9 p.m. Hallmark

Emanuel Basketball star Stephen Curry is an executive producer on Brian Ivie’s documentary that revisits the horrifying 2015 mass shooting at a black church in Charleston, S.C., where 21-year-old white supremacist Dylann Roof interrupted a Bible study in progress and opened fire, murdering nine, in a bid to ignite an American race war. 9 p.m. Starz

TALK SHOWS

CBS This Morning Martin Luther King Jr.’s family members read one of his speeches; Michael McDonald. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS

Today (N) 7 a.m. KNBC

KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA

Good Morning America India.Arie performs. (N) 7 a.m. KABC

Good Day L.A. (N) Tisha Campbell (“Outmatched”); Michelle Hurd (“Star Trek: Picard”). 7 a.m. KTTV

Live With Kelly and Ryan Daniel Radcliffe (“Miracle Workers”); David Alan Grier (“A Soldier’s Play”); New Hope Club. (N) 9 a.m. KABC

The View Tyler Perry; Maya Rockeymoore Cummings; Billy Porter performs with school choirs. (N) 10 a.m. KABC

Rachael Ray Miniature animals; a fashionable 6-year-old and a 10-year-old chef; Philly steak quesadillas. (N) 10 a.m. KTTV

The Wendy Williams Show (N) 11 a.m. KTTV

Bill Hemmer Reports The Fox News journalist anchors this daily news program in the time slot once occupied by Shepard Smith. (N) Noon FNC

The Talk George Wallace; Pam Grier; Brigitte Nielsen guest co-hosts. (N) 1 p.m. KCBS

Tamron Hall (N) 1 p.m. KABC

The Dr. Oz Show Savannah Guthrie (“Today”) discusses her eye injury; women on the System 20 plan. (N) 1 p.m. KTTV

The Kelly Clarkson Show Michael Ealy; Manny Jacinto; Theodore Leaf. (N) 2 p.m. KNBC

Dr. Phil (N) 3 p.m. KCBS

The Ellen DeGeneres Show Mark Wahlberg (“Spenser Confidential”); Black Pumas perform. (N) 3 p.m. KNBC

The Real Crystal Fox and Bresha Webb (“Tyler Perry’s A Fall From Grace”). (N) 3 p.m. KTTV

The Doctors (N) 3 p.m. KCOP

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé Briana Scurry. (N) 6 p.m. KVCR

Amanpour and Company (N) 11 p.m. KCET; midnight KVCR; 1 a.m. KLCS

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (N) 11 p.m. Comedy Central

Conan Josh Gad. (N) 11 p.m. TBS

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Ken Jeong; Kate Upton; Old Dominion performs. (N) 11:34 p.m. KNBC

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert 11:35 p.m. KCBS

Jimmy Kimmel Live! 11:35 p.m. KABC

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The Late Late Show With James Corden 12:37 a.m. KCBS

Late Night With Seth Meyers Michael Moore; June Diane Raphael; Adam Marcello. (N) 12:37 a.m. KNBC

Nightline (N) 12:37 a.m. KABC

A Little Late With Lilly Singh Awkwafina. (N) 1:38 a.m. KNBC

SPORTS

NBA Basketball The New Orleans Pelicans visit the Memphis Grizzlies, 2 p.m. TNT; the Lakers visit the Boston Celtics, 4:30 p.m. TNT; the Golden State Warriors visit the Portland Trail Blazers, 7 p.m. TNT

College Basketball NC State visits Virginia, 4 p.m. ESPN; Oklahoma visits Baylor, 6 p.m. ESPN

Tennis: 2020 Australian Open First Round: 11 a.m. , 6 and midnight, ESPN2

For more sports on TV, see the Sports section.


Robert De Niro, presented with a SAG lifetime achievement award, speaks up for candidates who support unions and speaks out against ‘abuse of power.’

Upon being presented with a lifetime achievement award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, the surprising thing wasn’t that Robert De Niro got political, but that he did it so calmly.

“Political leaders who support unions are more likely to support the Affordable Care Act, equitable taxes, humane immigration regulations, a safe environment, a diverse citizenry, reproductive rights, sensible gun control and fair wages and benefits,” the frequent critic of President Trump began.

“There’s right and there’s wrong and there’s common sense and there’s abuse of power,” he added. “And as a citizen I have as much right as anybody to voice my opinion. And if I have a bigger voice … I’m going to use it whenever I see a blatant abuse of power.”

De Niro, who has been a member of the union for over 50 years and a working actor since 1965, was presented the award by “Marvin’s Room” and “This Boy’s Life” costar Leonardo DiCaprio.

“The role of an actor is to make us feel,” said DiCaprio in his introduction. “They take us to new places using their skills to guide us towards a deeper understanding of humanity. And for almost 50 years, Robert De Niro’s performances have done exactly that.”

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De Niro, a two-time Academy Award winning actor, is the 56th recipient of the performers union’s highest accolade and follows Alan Alda, who was presented with the award last year.

In addition to winning Oscars for “The Godfather: Part II” (1974) and “Raging Bull” (1980), De Niro was nominated as an actor in a leading role for “Taxi Driver” (1976), “The Deer Hunter” (1978), “Awakenings” (1990) and “Cape Fear” (1991), as well as earning a supporting nomination for “Silver Linings Playbook” (2012).

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Park So-Dam, Lee Sun-Kyun, Choi Woo-Shik, Lee Jeong-eun and Song Kang-ho lift their Actors onstage during the show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Brad Pitt kisses the Actor statuette as he accepts the award for supporting actor for “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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The show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall. 

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Reese Witherspoon, left, and Kathryn Newton during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Quentin Tarantino is captured at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Allison Janney, left, Adam Scott and Naomi Scott during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Julia Butters chat during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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The cast of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” comes onstage after winning the comedy series ensemble at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Quentin Tarantino, right, interacts with another attendee during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Julia Butters during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Tony Shalhoub of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” with the award for actor in a comedy series at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge with the award for actress in a comedy series at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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James Tupper during the show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall. 

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Jennifer Aniston gets a hug during the show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Laura Dern embraces her father, Bruce Dern, at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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“Strangers Things” actor Joe Keery during the show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Attendees chat with Al Pacino during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Laura Dern with the Actor for her role in “Marriage Story” during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Glenn Close presents the Actor to Joaquin Phoenix during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Tim Conway ‘s image is shown during the memorial section of the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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The cast of “Parasite” introduces its film during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall. 

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Courtney B. Vance speaks onstage during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Director Bong Joon Ho, center, Lee Sun Kyun, right, and Choi Woo Shik, left, of “Parasite,” winner of film ensemble, make their way through the crowd during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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A shot of Renée Zellweger in the crowd during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Henry Winkler, left, and Darrell Britt-Gibson hug during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Helena Bonham Carter reacts to the announcement that “The Crown” has won the Actor for ensemble in a drama series at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Renée Zellweger accepts her Actor award for “Judy” at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Peter Mayhew of “Star Wars” is memorialized during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Comedian John Witherspoon is honored during the memorial section of the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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An image of Luke Perry is displayed during the memorial setion of the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Eugene Levy, left, and his son, Daniel Levy, of “Schitt’s Creek” take the stage during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Sam Rockwell accepts his Actor for “Fosse/Verdon” at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall. 

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“The Crown’s” Helena Bonham Carter, left, Josh O’Connor, Erin Doherty and Sam Phillips accept the Actor for best ensemble in a drama series during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Joaquin Phoenix speaks onstage after receiving the Actor for “Joker” at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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“Game of Thrones” star Peter Dinklage makes his way to the stage during the show at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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Robert De Niro is presented a lifetime achievement award during the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards. 

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This year, however, the veteran actor was overlooked for his lead performance in Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” not only by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences but the Golden Globes and SAG Awards. As one of the film’s producers, he was recognized with a nomination for the best picture Oscar.

De Niro won a SAG award in 2014 as part of the cast of “American Hustle” and received SAG cast nominations for his work in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Marvin’s Room.”

“Thank you, Leo, thank you, for those generous, generous words,” De Niro said upon taking the stage. “As actors, we don’t take victory laps, we’re too worried about what our next job will be, so it makes me very happy to know that my next job is working with you and Marty [referring to the upcoming project ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’]. At least I know I’ve got another year of health insurance.”