Tiger Woods' Is a Winner, Tim Tebow's Spiritual Healing: BR5 3/26

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Welcome to BR5—your daily source for sports and pop-culture news.

Today's episode of BR5 gets you up to date on everything from a victory for Tiger to Joba's injury.

Tiger Woods won a Tournament for the first time in about 30 months of PGA tour play. The former No. 1 golfer beat Graeme McDowell by five strokes as he wrapped up the Arnold Palmer Invitational. 

Tim Tebow believes he has the power to heal his teammates. In a recent interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio, former teammate Brian Dawkins recalled a team bible study session in which Tim Tebow laid his hands on the Bronco safety in attempt to heal his injured neck.

Gyms and health clubs are good at keeping up with the newest health trends and gimmicks to keep gym-goers entertained and motivated. The film, The Hunger Games, has inspired a new workout class. The New York Sports club is teaching its workout warriors how to "Train Like a Tribute."

Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain was released from hospital after injuring himself on a trampoline while playing with his son. The one-time great prospect suffered an open dislocation of his right ankle and, according to GM Brian Cashman, will be in a cast for six weeks. 

Taking time off from his acting thing, Philly native Will Smith introduced 76ers coach Doug Collins at the post-game press conference after the coach’s 400th career win.

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