1. Frankie Beatty of Watermelon Swim gives swimming lessons to Kynsley Muller in a photo provided by the company.
  2. Brittany Lincicome shoots 4-under 67 in the final round of the LPGA Classic on Sunday in Galloway, N.J., and finishes at 9-under 204.
  3. Phil Mickelson of the United States watches the flight of his ball after playing off the 4th tee during the first round of the inaugural LIV Golf Invitational at the Centurion Club in St. Albans, England, on Thursday.
  4. Wyatt Deaton, 11 of Wesley Chapel, will swim for the second time in Swim Across America's annual event out of St. Petersburg. Deaton has raised more than $5,000 this year, which will benefit Johns Hopkins All-Children's Hospital.
  5. Longtime Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic executive director Susan Harmeling and son Jeff share a powerful bond that grew even stronger when Jeff suffered a near-fatal accident last May. Courtesy of Susan Harmeling
  6. The Biden administration has determined that Brittney Griner is being wrongfully detained in Russia, meaning the United States will more aggressively work to secure her release even as the legal case against her plays out, two U.S. officials said Tuesday.
  7. Intensive care unit nurses (from left) Tina Geiger, Jaime Lillo and Jayce Elliott ran the St. Anthony's Olympic distance relay as the "Resuscitators." The trio works for St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa and signed up to compete in 2020 to get their minds off the COVID-19 pandemic.
  8. Many competitors took a moment at sunrise Sunday in the water to mentally prepare before competing in the 39th St. Anthony's Triathlon in St. Petersburg.
  9. William Pearce, center, poses with mother Linda and father Bill after finishing first in the male category of the 2021 Crystal River Triathlon. Pearce, an emergency medicine physician, is competing in this weekend's St. Anthony's Triathlon for the first time.
  10. As golfers enter one of two 18-hole putting courses at the new PopStroke entertainment complex in Sarasota, a quote by co-owner Tiger Woods tells of his happiest memories "spending time with my pops on the golf course having putting contests." It opens to the public at noon Thursday.
  11. Various agencies were deployed to the 11,000-acre Estero Bay Preserve State Park on the Gulf Coast south of Fort Myers after a woman got lost while hiking.
  12. Capt. Dylan Hubbard holds a big red snapper he caught in 2019 while filming a fishing educational course. The state has extended the 2022 red snapper season by a few days.
  13. If you like hiking with a challenge, the obstacle courses at Bradenton's TreeUmph!, complete with bridges among the trees, might be for you.
  14. Tiger Woods tips his cap on the 18th green during the final round of the Masters on Sunday at Augusta National. He shoots a second straight 78, his worst score at the major.
  15. Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the 11th tee during the second round at the Masters on Friday.
  16. Tiger Woods drops golf balls on the driving range during a practice round for the Masters on Tuesday in Augusta, Ga.
  17. Davis Riley lines up his shot on No.3 during the final round of the Valspar Championship on Sunday at Innisbrook.
  18. Sam Burns celebrates his birdie on the 16th hole in a playoff, Sunday, March 20, 2022, in Palm Harbor, Fla. Burns became a back-to-back Valspar Champion.
  19. Sam Burns tees off the fifth hole during the third round of the Valspar Championship on Saturday at Innisbrook.
  20. Davis Riley watches his tee shot on the second hole during the third round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook on Saturday.
  21. Matthew NeSmith watches his tee shot on the eighth hole during the second round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook on Friday. He set a tournament record for 36 holes.
  22. Collin Morikawa, seen here at Wednesday's pro-am, has found his putting to be off the mark in the first two rounds of the Valspar Championship.
  23. Defending champion Sam Burns lines up a putt on Day 1 of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook. Burns and three others finished tied for the lead at 7-under 64.
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