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first_imgBrentford will face a tough test at Elland Road on Saturday. Here are five potential battles we think could be crucial to their chances against Uwe Rosler’s Leeds.Maxime Colin v Stuart DallasEx-Brentford star Dallas faces his former club for the first time since leaving. He will come up against an impressive defender in Colin, who has settled in well following his recent move from Anderlecht.Toumani Diagouraga v Tom AdeyemiAdeyemi is another familiar face, having been on loan at Brentford. His style would make for an interesting battle with Diagouraga – if the Bees midfielder retains his starting place after being substituted in the first half against Reading last time out.AdChoices广告Jake Bidwell v Sam Byram or Jordan BotakaThe versatile Byram, who can also play as a full-back, has struggled as a winger this season and recent signing Botaka could take his place. Coincidentally, Leeds’ new arrival played under Brentford boss Marinus Dijkhuizen at Excelsior last season.James Tarkowski v Chris WoodNew Zealander Wood will lead the line for Leeds, having scored in each of the last three league games – including the winner at Derby last time out. It should be an interesting battle between the 6ft 3in target man and Tarkowski.Marinus Dijkhuizen v Uwe RoslerThis will be ex-Brentford manager Rosler’s second game against his former club. The first, while in charge of Wigan last October, ended goalless. The German picked up nine points from his first four league games in charge at Griffin Park. Dijkhuizen has just four. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

first_imgNigeria’s senior women, Super Falcons continue the pursuit of a ticket to the women’s football tournament of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics when they fly to Abidjan, capital city of Cote d’Ivoire on Tuesday, ahead of a second round, first leg clash with their Ivorian counterparts on Thursday.The nine-time African champions and 3-0 winners on aggregate over Algeria in the first round will travel aboard Air Cote d’Ivoire, and arrive in Abidjan in the evening early enough to have a walk-out. They will have the official training session at the match venue on Wednesday.Acting Head Coach Chris Danjuma has selected seven overseas-based and 11 home-based professionals for the clash, with new captain and FC Barcelona ace Asisat Oshoala leading the 18–woman playing body. There are also defenders Chidinma Okeke and Osinachi Ohale, midfielders Ngozi Okobi and Chinaza Uchendu and forwards Francisca Ordega and Rasheedat Ajibade from overseas.Goalkeepers Tochukwu Oluehi and Chiamaka Nnadozie, defenders Ugochi Emenayo, Glory Ogbonna and Maryam Ibrahim, midfielders Amarachi Okoronkwo, Cecilia Nku, Ihuoma Onyebuchi and Regina Otu, and forwards Gift Monday and Rafiat Sule complete the roster.The Nigeria Football Federation has already scheduled the return leg of the fixture for the Agege Stadium, Lagos on Monday, 7th October 2019.18 FALCONS FOR ABIDJANGoalkeepers: Chiamaka Nnadozie; Tochukwu OluehiDefenders: Ugochi Emenayo; Glory Ogbonna; Osinachi Ohale; Chidinma Okeke; Maryam Ibrahim; Ihuoma OnyebuchiMidfielders: Amarachi Okoronkwo; Ngozi Okobi-Okeoghene; Regina Otu; Cecilia Nku; Chinaza UchenduForwards: Asisat Oshoala; Francisca Ordega; Gift Monday; Rafiat Sule; Rasheedat AjibadeRelatedlast_img read more

first_img Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Amazing movies best funny animals EMILIA and Valtteri Bottas shocked the racing world when they announced they would be divorcing.The F1 driver made the announcement just days before the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – the final race of the 2019 season.Emilia was married to driver Valtteri Bottas, and is an Olympic athlete herselfCredit: Getty ImagesBut what else do we know about the blonde swimmer who represented Finland in the Olympics?Who is Emilia Bottas?Bombshell Emilia, who was born on October 11, 1992, is a Finnish swimmer who has smashed records in the pool.As well as swimming, she is also a horse-riding enthusiast, and has taken part in a number of showjumping competitions.It is no surprise that the blonde beauty has a number of endorsements under her belt, having starred in coconut water ads and for skincare brands.When was Emilia in the Olympics?The talented star has been in the Olympics three times, in 2008, 2012 and 2016.In her first competition she was just 15 years old and competed in the 100m butterfly ranking 46th.In the 2012 Olympics, she did the 100m and 200m butterfly and the 200m individual medley, and in 2016 she was part of the 4 x 100m medley relay.The talented star has been in the Olympics three times, in 2008, 2012 and 2016Credit: Rex FeaturesWhen did Emilia marry F1 driver Valterri Bottas?Emilia and racing driver Valtteri Bottas started dating back in 2010.The pair tied the knot in September 2016 at St. John’s Church, Helsinki.Last year told MTV Finland that she was “not afraid” of Valtteri’s racing career, but was “aware of the risks” that came with the job. Emilia married Valterri in September 2016 in Helsinki after starting to date back in 2010Credit: Rex FeaturesWhen did the Finnish couple split up?Valtteri Bottas announced on social media on November 28, 2019 that the couple would be calling an end to their three-year marriage.He posted a message on Twitter and Instagram, saying “our ways have split because of the challenges my career and life situation bring.”Bottas will be away for 22 race weekends in 2020, while the Mercedes F1 team are based in Brackley, Northamptonshire.The Finn’s Silver Arrows teammate Lewis Hamilton has sympathised with his struggles to keep his relationship going, after revealing that he has trouble trying to keep his dogs alive.The Brit said: “Children aren’t on my agenda at the moment. Congratulations to Seb, he’s obviously a great father.“But I am struggling to keep my dogs alive and, managing being an uncle at the moment, that’s hard as it is, so I’ve got my hands tied.“It’s similar to most sportsmen and women.“It may be slightly different in that we are travelling as much as we are, and you are just away for crazy amounts of time.“So that’s probably an additional weight that makes it really, really tough to hold down a good relationship, and if things aren’t quite perfect.”Hamilton has not been in a relationship since splitting with Nicole Scherzinger in February 2015.Valtteri Bottas announced he will be splitting with his wife on Instagram and Twitter 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Most awesome bullfighting festival Source: Motorsport – thesun.co.ukcenter_img What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017last_img read more

first_imgThe Baltimore Orioles got bad news regarding Manny Machado’s suspension as it was upheld.  Machado appealed the suspension hoping it would get reduced.  The five-game suspension was not reduced and Machado will begin serving it tonight.  The Orioles will likely have Ryan Flaherty playing third base during this time.  Jonathan Schoop can play third but he showed that he is very inexperienced there.  Machado has been hitting for power lately but his average is still only .239.  Machado’s defense has still shined this season despite the offensive struggles. The Orioles are short in the bullpen after getting blown out last night so a roster move could happen.  The Orioles hands may be tied and the may not be able to bring up an extra infielder. Please follow and like us:last_img read more

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(Photo by Donita Clausen)by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington girls survived the opening game of the sub-state tournament Thursday, beating Coffeyville 50-41. Wellington will play host Ark City Saturday to try to win a third consecutive trip to the state tournament.Wellington appeared poised to pull away from the Coffeyville team that came into the game with a 1-19 record, but the Golden Tornados would not go quietly.Wellington coach Eric Adams said his team had the “jitters” with playing in sub-state.“We have players who have been to the state tournament for two straight years.  The tournaments are different. You have to remember these are still kids,” he said.Wellington does have a couple of players with playoff experience, but this year’s edition also has a good group of newcomers. Several times Wellington would get a turnover by playing good defense, only to make a bad pass or take a bad shot and turn the ball back over. Several times Wellington managed to get a 10-point lead, only to see Coffeyville storm back to make the game close again.Shayland French gets double teamed, early in the game. (Clausen photo)Wellington had shooting troubles all night. The Crusaders were 14-of-34 in 2-point field goal shooting, and was 3-of-16 beyond the 3-point line. Even their free throw shooting was not up to par, going 13-of-24. It was that kind of night.As for turnovers, Wellington had a lot of them with 21. That’s the largest total since committing 26 against Cheney in the Haven Tournament.“You have to credit Coffeyville too. They played hard and fast — faster than we were,” Adams said. “We are happy to survive. Win and advance. It’s March Madness for us.”Avery Rusk took over in the fourth quarter for Wellington and finished with 23 points. She hit six of nine foul shots in the last two minutes of the game to help seal the win. Eight of those points came in the fourth quarter.Adams credited Rusk, as well as Shayand French with coming up with big plays.“We need our seniors to step up like that. I thought Avery Rusk took the team on her shoulders in the fourth quarter,” he said.The fourth quarter started with Wellington up by six, and French scored two quick layups and put the lead back to 10 at 42-32. Coffeyville responded with one more run, reeling off seven unanswered points to get within three, at 42-39, with five minutes left.Rusk got a field goal, and moments later hit two foul shots to put the lead back at seven. Coffeyville got to within five with two foul shots, but did not score again.  Jordan Rooks led the fourth-quarter surge for Coffeyville, converging a three-pointer and hitting three of four foul shots.Avery Rusk’s leadership helped Crusaders stave off a Coffeyville upset bid. (Clausen photo)Wellington milked a minute off the clock and held on from there to take the win.Very early in the game it looked like Wellington was going to have an easy time. French and Avery Rusk scored four points each and Wellington stormed out to a 10-1 lead a few minutes into the game.  Jacelyn Buck hit a three, and Riley Rusk scored and Wellington led 15-5 at the end of the first quarter. That lead swelled to 19-5. Then Wellington went cold. The Crusaders did not score for almost six minutes of game time, and Coffeyville scored 11 straight points to cut the deficit to three with a couple minutes left in the half.French and Riley Rusk scored late and Wellington managed a 25-17 lead at the half.Wellington got the lead back to 10 early in the third, but Coffeyville managed another run, scoring eight straight points to cut the lead to four.French finished with 13 for Wellington and Riley Rusk also had 13. Buck had 3.Nine players scored for Coffeyville. 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first_imgNext up for Ian are the Special Olympic Regional trials in Richmond on March 10th.In other Skating News:Last weekend four West Kootenay Speed skaters made the trip to Vernon for the final meet of the year.All of the skaters skated extremely well pushing themselves to get personal best times.Unfortunately it was not their day as Mercedes Phillips earned a PB in her 1500 m race, but in her second race of the day, she crashed in the 400 m and ended up with a slight concussion and could no longer race for the day. Brother Tirstan Phillips also had a rough time of it falling in three of his four races still earning PB’s in two of the races. Oliver Ludwar had two PB’s and his younger brother Charlie earned four PB’s one for each race event he was entered in.Next up for the club is the 5 km (50 laps of a 100 m track) Skate – a – thon on Thursday, February 15, 2018 and preparation for the BC Winter Games in Kamloops.Berend Platje and Mercedes Phillips will represent the Kootenay zone on February 24th and 25th. Ian Walgren of Nelson improved on his season during a recent Special Olympics Speed Skating meet on the Lower Mainland.Walgren tore up the track with blistering times posting personal best in all four of his events. He opened in the 222 meter race with a second place finish in a time of 33:64 seconds. Walgren followed that up with a gold in the 333 meter race in a time of 47.95 seconds before skating another personal best in the 777 m race finishing first.The time of 1:53.11 was three quarters of a lap ahead of the his closest competitor.In the 500 m, his final race of the day Walgren took fourth in the photo finish.Walgren finished fourth only eight tenths of a second out of first with a time of 1:10:73. last_img read more

first_imgMoycullen’s Diarmuid Mulkerrins has won the All-Ireland U21 40×20 Handball title in Kingscourt Co. Cavan. Diarmuid Mulkerrins All Ireland Under 21 Handball Champion. In a 2 hour epic battle with Kildare’s Kevin Diggins Mulkerrins made an incredible come back to win the tie breaker by the slimmest of margins, 21-20. Diggins had narrowly pipped the first 21-19 only for Mulkerrins to take the second 21-15 forcing the match to a tiebreaker. center_img The Moycullen man trailed 5-14 but dug deep to narrow the gap 12-15. A surge from Diggins had him within 3 points of the title at 18-13 ahead and it looked all but over for Mulkerrins, he showed tremendous character to defend match point at 18-20. He regained serve, made a single ace, lost serve and successfully defended match point again before reeling off two points to clinch the title 21-20.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

first_img“We’ve had some up and down performances, especially at home,” Alan Murphy told www.galwayunitedfc.ie“We probably started off with a shock performance, everyone externally would’ve expected Shelbourne to wipe the floor with us in terms of their budget and their off-season additions. It’s been a bit up and down since then, but I think we’ve been unlucky at times not to get results. It’s important this weekend that we try and turn that performance into a result. We had some good performers in Waterford on Monday, that’s what the squad needs. We’re in search of a home win and we need that competition and freshness.This First Division campaign is going to be extremely tight. There are going to be upsets every week. We’d like to add ourselves into the mix and we’ve been in and competing in every game, but some haven’t gone our way. We’re growing from the bottom up as a club, we’re trying to give players experience and also coupling on that we’re trying to get results also.” Alan Murphy has fresh injury headaches to contend with ahead of the Limerick game. Conor Layng (cruciate), Iarfhlaith Davoren (calf), Kevin Horgan (abdominal), Ronan Asgari (calf) and Ivan Gamarra (ankle) are all sidelined. Andrew Peters has returned to light training, but is not yet available for selection. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Galway United return to Eamonn Deacy Park tonight (Friday) for an important league meeting with Limerick. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.Tommy Barrett’s side have made an impressive start to the season. The Shannonsiders currently sit in third position in the league table, just a point off the top. United meanwhile will be gunning to get a first league win of the season on the board at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.last_img read more

first_imgWiseman shows he’s wise young man by dumping college Lava gushes out of Taal Volcano as villagers flee No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next An announcer in a dress suit bellows introductions and provides play-by-play during the events. Fans yell, whistle and cheer. The arena lights come on for the races. Otherwise, it’s swirling spotlights in the dark with only the starting blocks illuminated. Unlike other meets, there are no yawn-inducing preliminary heats. Every race is a final.“This have been some of the most fun meets of my career and I’ve been to the big ones,” American Olivia Smoliga of Cali Condors said. “We’re talking trash to all the other teams and to come home with a team championship, that’s unlike anything we’ve ever been able to experience before in swimming. That’s really cool.”Most of the world’s top swimmers who are professionals have sponsors that pay their training and travel expenses while providing an income. Many also earn bonuses tied to winning Olympic medals. But the league represents a chance for lower-tier swimmers to bolster their bottom line.“It’s giving a lot of post-grads an actual opportunity to make money and support themselves rather than kind of living off their parents, which is what a lot of people, unfortunately, have to do,” said King, in her first season as a pro.The most valuable swimmer in Las Vegas earns $10,000. The season MVP, based on points earned during the six-match season, earns $50,000.ADVERTISEMENT Leonardo DiCaprio, Taika Waititi, other stars react to Oscar nominations After Friday’s first day, Turkey-based Energy Standard led with 219 points. Cali Condors was second at 205.5, followed by London Roar with 202 and LA Current at 185.5. Swede Sarah Sjostrom of Energy Standard leads the season MVP standings with 188.5 points. U.S. star Caeleb Dressel of Cali Condors is second at 171.Two short-course world records were set. Energy Standard’s Daiya Seto of Japan won the men’s 400 individual medley in 3 minutes, 54.81 seconds in his ISL debut. That bettered the old mark of 3:55.50 set by American Ryan Lochte at the 2010 short-course meters world championships in Dubai.Seto experienced jet lag and a headache since arriving two days ago.“Even when you’re struggling or feel like you’re not doing well, you can hear the encouragement by the other team members and that helps you push forward,” Seto said through a translator.The day’s other world record belonged to Dressel. He won the 50 freestyle in 20.24 seconds, erasing the record of 20.26 set by Frenchman Florent Manaudou of Energy Standard. Manaudou finished second in 20.69.The league comprised of U.S. and Europe-based teams began in October, with stops in Indianapolis, Naples, Italy, Lewisville, Texas, Budapest, College Park, Maryland, and London. The ISL says attendance ranged from 1,000 for the U.S. matches to nearly 5,000 at the European stops.“The crowds at these meets have been really cool,” King said. “That’s a big component for me to swim fast.”The first of two days in Las Vegas saw plenty of empty seats and a mix of adults and kids. Except for a couple of photos, there was little advertising in the hotel or on the Strip for the league. Nearby in the Mandalay Bay complex, the NBA’s G League was holding its much better promoted winter showcase.However, Campbell calls the ISL a “disruptive force” in an inaugural season where the focus has been on spreading the word about a new way to watch the sport.“The most noticeable thing about this league is how much chatter it’s creating. I’ve had people who don’t follow swimming come up and talk to me,” she said. “I hope that it can continue to build on this year. It’s already made a name for itself, which in itself says that there is an appetite for it and that there is an audience for it.” MOST READ LATEST STORIES Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:06SEA Games 2019: Comaling gives PH another gold in modern pentathlon00:50Trending Articles01:05Poor visibility, nakaapekto sa maraming lugar sa Batangas03:028,000 pulis sa Region 4-A, tuloy ang trabaho03:57Phivolcs, nahihirapan sa komunikasyon sa Taal01:04Sold-out: Stores run out of face masks after Taal spews ash01:45Iran police shoot at those protesting plane shootdown01:54MMDA deploys rescue team to Batangas following Taal eruption Daiya Seto celebrates after his swim in the the men’s 400-meter individual medley during an International Swimming League event Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS — In a darkened arena on the Las Vegas Strip, swimming is being reinvented. Some of the sport’s biggest names are competing in the grand finale of the International Swimming League, with flashing lights, pulsating music spun by an on-deck DJ and action-packed racing in a concept the sport has never seen.The league’s inaugural season culminates this weekend with the top four of its eight teams racing in a 25-meter temporary pool at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The 14 men and 14 women on the winning team will split $100,000.ADVERTISEMENT Thailand reports case of coronavirus from China Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Microsoft ends free Windows 7 security updates on Tuesday It’s the Olympics and world championships 2.0, a roll of the dice for a sport that struggles to stay relevant outside the Olympics.Rivals at those major events turn into teammates in the league, featuring athletes from various countries. Swimmers are grouped by teams in on-deck box seats where they cheer on their teammates, who are racing for points, not fastest times. The only moment of quiet during 19 events jammed into two hours is when the referee says, “Take your mark.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4“I love all the smoke and mirrors,” American Lilly King of Cali Condors said. She won the 50 breaststroke on Friday, making her 10-for-10 in her individual ISL races so far.Aussie Cate Campbell of London Roar added, “Vegas is the place to show off and that’s exactly what we’re hoping to do for the sport.” ‘People evacuated on their own’ NFA assures ample rice supply in ashfall, eruption-affected areas When Pops met Martin’s son Santino View commentslast_img read more

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