Rafael Nadal. He's now 11-0 in finals at the French Open, and simply put no individual athlete has dominated one venue ever more than Nadal has at the French. He also became the third player to surpass $100 million in career earnings. That's a good weekend.
Justify. We went almost 40 years between triple crown winners and now becomes the second in four races to pull it off. Justify joined Seattle Slew as the only horse to win the triple and be undefeated. If Justify ever runs again somebody has some splainin' to do.
Golden State. Mercifully the Warriors put the Finals series out of its misery. Still, the Warriors, with three titles in four seasons, are chasing a spot among some of the all-time best teams.
Alex Ovechkin. This is how we want all our athletic heroes to celebrate, right? Saturday, Ovechkin threw out the first pitch at the Nats game. Took the cup to an after party and did a keg stand with the beer in the cup. Then led some of his Capitals teammates for a group swim in a city fountain before passing out with the Cup. Great times.
Dustin Johnson. Wow, DJ was awesome this weekend at Memphis. Awesome. How dominant? The new world No. 1 was six shots clear of the runner-up and at least 10 shots clear of everyone else in the field. He also cemented his spot as the favorite this week at Shinnecock Hills and reminded us that Johnson on his A-game is as good as or better than any other player in the world on his A-game.