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With the English Premier League season set to begin, here’s a look at current shirt sponsorship deals. Click through for an interactive version of the graphic and click here for the Post’s predictions for the EPL season.

With the English Premier League season set to begin, here’s a look at current shirt sponsorship deals. Click through for an interactive version of the graphic and click here for the Post’s predictions for the EPL season.

Kevin Ward Jr. was remembered as a “small-town boy” who loved his sport during Thursday’s funeral for the 20-year-old dirt-track racer whose car was hit by one driven by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart.

More than 700 mourners jammed the South Lewis Senior High School auditorium for the 90-minute service, a mix of tears and cheerful recollections of someone who began racing at a young age.

“Even if he had rough day, he always had a smile,” a tearful Dylan Swiernick said of his best friend and car-obsessed buddy. “We were just two small-town boys trying to make it in the big world. He was always working on something. It was unbelievable how smart he was.”

After the service, as Ward’s casket was taken to the hearse for the short trip to the cemetery, mourners let loose helium balloons in orange, white and black, his racing colours. (Photos: Mike Groll/The Associated Press, Rich Barnes/Getty Images)

One of these things is not like the others: Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates after scoring his side’s second goal  during the German soccer Super Cup match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich in Dortmund, Germany, Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Sascha Schuermann)

One of these things is not like the others: Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates after scoring his side’s second goal  during the German soccer Super Cup match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich in Dortmund, Germany, Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Sascha Schuermann)

Get a leg up: Athletes jump during their 3000m steeplechase heat during the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014. (Photo: Petr David JosekThe Associated Press)

Get a leg up: Athletes jump during their 3000m steeplechase heat during the European Athletics Championships in Zurich, Switzerland, Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014. (Photo: Petr David JosekThe Associated Press)

A small memorial of flowers is seen at Canandaigua Motorsports Park Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in Canandaigua, N.Y. after Tony Stewart struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. (Photo: Mel Evans/The Associated Press)Once the first fan video of the incident hit YouTube around 2:30 a.m. ET on Sunday morning, the Internet was quick to form its Warren Commission to review the two laps depicted in the video and to apportion blame as quickly as possible.Anyone who watches the video will see the actions of the people of involved — Ward more so than Stewart — but none of us will ever know what was going through Ward’s mind when he decided to get out of the car. It’s a pretty good bet that we will never know what was going through Stewart’s mind when he came upon Ward. Only Stewart knows what he was thinking the moment he first caught sight of Ward waving and pointing at him. Was he was swerving to avoid a sudden danger or stepping on the gas to spray a little dirt as some have suggested as a way to answer an argument on a dirt track? Either answer is a hell only Tony Stewart has to live with.There is one little bit of this tragedy that Stewart does bear responsibility for: the ever-increasing, fan-approved race-track road rage that is a popular staple of highlight shows and top-10 lists.Read the full story here.

A small memorial of flowers is seen at Canandaigua Motorsports Park Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in Canandaigua, N.Y. after Tony Stewart struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. (Photo: Mel Evans/The Associated Press)

Once the first fan video of the incident hit YouTube around 2:30 a.m. ET on Sunday morning, the Internet was quick to form its Warren Commission to review the two laps depicted in the video and to apportion blame as quickly as possible.

Anyone who watches the video will see the actions of the people of involved — Ward more so than Stewart — but none of us will ever know what was going through Ward’s mind when he decided to get out of the car. It’s a pretty good bet that we will never know what was going through Stewart’s mind when he came upon Ward. Only Stewart knows what he was thinking the moment he first caught sight of Ward waving and pointing at him. Was he was swerving to avoid a sudden danger or stepping on the gas to spray a little dirt as some have suggested as a way to answer an argument on a dirt track? Either answer is a hell only Tony Stewart has to live with.

There is one little bit of this tragedy that Stewart does bear responsibility for: the ever-increasing, fan-approved race-track road rage that is a popular staple of highlight shows and top-10 lists.

Read the full story here.

Members of the grounds crew push water off the first fairway during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Valhalla Golf Club on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014, in Louisville, Ky. Rory McIlroy surged into the lead on Friday morning. (Photo: John Locher/The Associated Press)

Members of the grounds crew push water off the first fairway during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Valhalla Golf Club on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014, in Louisville, Ky. Rory McIlroy surged into the lead on Friday morning. (Photo: John Locher/The Associated Press)

Rory McIlroy is the favourite, and rightly so, coming off impressive wins at the Open Championship and Bridgestone Invitational. Click through for 10 stories to follow in the 96th PGA Championship, starting Thursday at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, KY. (Photo: Warren Little/Getty Images)

Rory McIlroy is the favourite, and rightly so, coming off impressive wins at the Open Championship and Bridgestone Invitational. Click through for 10 stories to follow in the 96th PGA Championship, starting Thursday at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, KY. (Photo: Warren Little/Getty Images)

How Milos Raonic perfected the booming serve that made him a star: The man who helped create one of the hardest tennis serves on the planet says it all begins with the grip.Form your hand into a V, he says, with the index finger and thumb aligned across the beveled edge of the handle. That creates a slightly opened face with the racquet head and in turn creates more spin on the ball. Now get your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and point your toes in a 45-degree angle to the baseline.From there, it’s about falling into a rhythm.Start with your arms and racquet high. Let them fall down. Then swing them back up again, while tossing the ball in front of you and lifting the racquet behind you.“One, two, three,” Casey Curtis says in a singsong cadence that could be set to a metronome.This is the basics of the serve Curtis taught world No. 6 Milos Raonic 15 years ago. The one that Raonic repeated over and over and over again until he could do it in his sleep or, as Curtis suggests, with his eyes closed. Read the full story.

How Milos Raonic perfected the booming serve that made him a star: The man who helped create one of the hardest tennis serves on the planet says it all begins with the grip.

Form your hand into a V, he says, with the index finger and thumb aligned across the beveled edge of the handle. That creates a slightly opened face with the racquet head and in turn creates more spin on the ball. Now get your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and point your toes in a 45-degree angle to the baseline.

From there, it’s about falling into a rhythm.

Start with your arms and racquet high. Let them fall down. Then swing them back up again, while tossing the ball in front of you and lifting the racquet behind you.

“One, two, three,” Casey Curtis says in a singsong cadence that could be set to a metronome.

This is the basics of the serve Curtis taught world No. 6 Milos Raonic 15 years ago. The one that Raonic repeated over and over and over again until he could do it in his sleep or, as Curtis suggests, with his eyes closed.

Read the full story.

McIlroy. Rory McIlroy: Golfer Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland poses for photo in the Omega Exhibition during a practice round prior to the start of the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club on August 5, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo: Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

McIlroy. Rory McIlroy: Golfer Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland poses for photo in the Omega Exhibition during a practice round prior to the start of the 96th PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club on August 5, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo: Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Elsabeth Black of Canada performs in the Women’s Beam final of the Artistic Gymnastics event during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, on August 1, 2014. (Photo: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images)

Elsabeth Black of Canada performs in the Women’s Beam final of the Artistic Gymnastics event during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, on August 1, 2014. (Photo: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images)