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Lars Boom of the Netherlands secured his second Tour of Britain title as Edvald Boasson Hagen won the final stage in Cardiff Adidas RAdidas eilly Smith Authentic Jersey on Sunday. The Team Lotto NL-Jumbo rider finished in the peloton to ensure victory by eight seconds from the Norwegian, who had moved ahead of the Swiss rider Stefan Kung two further seconds behind. “I didn’t expect today to be that hard,” said Boom, who last won it six years ago, “especially with the intermediate sprints and then some really tough climbs. I like racing in Britain because since 2011 and the Olympics I always have a good feeling here. The weather suits me.” Boasson Hagen, of Team Dimension Data, finished the 180-km eighth stage from Worcester in 4hr 19min after breaking away with three kilometres to go. The highest-placed Briton was Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas, seventh, while his team-mate Mark Cavendish abandoned on the final day of his first race since his withdrawal from the Tour de France. The Belgian rider Victor Campenaerts of Team Lotto and Poland’s Michail Kwiatkowksi, also of Team Sky, completed the top five of the general classification. “It feels good to finally get this victory. We had a plan from the beginning of the day for me to try to attack with two or three kilometres to go,” said Boasson Hagen, whose mood was in direct contrast to that of the Norwegian sprinter Alexander Kristoff after he finished third on Sunday, the third time he has done so in this year’s event. “For sure this week has been a bit frustrating as I haven’t won,” he told Cycling Weekly. “Today I think I had the best sprint. OK, [Maximiliano] Richeze beat me but he got a gap at the corner and I still beat [Elia] Viviani and [Fernando] Gaviria, but still only got third place. “Day by day I have made some mistakes. I know it is difficult to win, but I was hoping to. All the time I have been top-five, except for the time trial. I have good shape, I only just wish that I could change a few of the finishes with a victory. “It was http://www.authenticfloridapanthers.com … rra-jersey the same in the Classics. I was fifth in Flanders and fourth in San Remo. I have been up there but not won.” The final stage, which took place in rain and windy conditions en route to the Welsh capital, started fast, with the main bunch almost split in two. There was no immediate breakaway, with the overall favourites present in the front group. A breakaway did eventually form on Belmont Hill as the battle for mountain points heated up, with Gorka Izagirre (Movistar) and Mark Stewart (An Post?Chain Reaction) getting away with 35km to go. The group was eventually caught and a sprint finish looked the most likely outcome. Things began to break up as Boom, Boasson Hagen, Kwiatkowski and Küng went for the final intermediate bonus seconds with one lap to go, with Kwiatkowski taking it ahead of Boom and Küng. Boasson Hagen attacked towards the end and as planned as he aimed to secure a third career overall classification at this event, and while the Norwegian was able to take the stage victory he could not prevent Boom from securing the overall titleEngland will look to hire a short-term fast bowling consultant with specialist knowledge of Australian pitches for this winter’s defence of the Ashes. Ottis Gibson’s departure to become head coach of South Africa has left a vacancy in the set-up seven weeks out from the team’s departure and, with the deadline for applications not until 30 September, a temporary appointment avoids a rush decision on the full-time position. Victorious Amos Youth Jersey Joe Root backs England to do ‘something special’ in Ashes Read more Trevor Bayliss, the England head coach, has previously used the former Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene as a batting mentor in Asian conditions and stated after the Test series win against West Indies that something similar is being considered for the bowlers in Australia. Shane Bond, the former New Zealand quick, is one name known to be of interest. England have not hired an English bowling coach for the senior side since Kevin Shine’s brief tenure back in 2006. But while Bayliss is leaning towards an international (and likely overseas name) for the Ashes role, an open mind is being kept for the longer-term spot. Meanwhile it is Shine, the England and Wales Cricket Board’s lead fast bowling coach at Loughborough, who will act as cover in the limited-overs series with West Indies that takes this elongated summer up to 29 September and begins with a one-off Twenty20 at Chester-le-Street on Saturday. But during this time a number of county coaches will be present at training days also, with Nottinghamshire’s Andy Pick, Chris Silverwood of Essex and Jon Lewis of Sussex among them. Glen Chapple, in his first year as head coach of Lancashire, is hoping to be involved on the match day of England’s first one-dayer at Old Trafford on 19 September but is unavailable for pre?match practice. Such guest sessions are not out of the ordinary in the current England regime – Bayliss believes his philosophy is best shared with the counties at the coal face, rather than through PowerPoint presentations in meeting rooms – and in this instance are not seen as trial runs or job interviews for the bowling coach vacancy per se. Stuart Broad’s drops underscore need for England to improve in the field Read more They are, however, a chance for both parties to get to know each other and Bayliss confirmed these are coaches who are possibly interested in the position. There are sensitivities around current employers to consider and a significant lifestyle change involved, too. The current advertisement estimates the position will involve up to 36 weeks a year away from home, which is one of the main hurdles in sourcing the best talent in an era of short-term and well-paid roles in the various domestic Twenty20 leagues around the world. 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are still three full rounds to go and anything can happen, but the law of probability strongly suggests the Wallabies T-Shirts Jersey have already done their dash in this year’s Rugby Championship. Saturday’s frustrating 23-all draw with South Africa in Perth means the All Blacks and Springboks are likely to compete for the title, leaving Australia and Argentina to battle it out for third and fourth. Wallabies draw with Springboks in Western Force protest Test Read more In a home and away format, a draw at home is as good as a loss. To give themselves a chance of maintaining their second-place ranking in the championship behind the All Blacks, the Wallabies will need to beat the Springboks in their return game in Bloemfontein on September 30 and defeat Argentina. The Wallabies have lost their last four Tests in South Africa under coach Michael Cheika and his predecessor Ewen McKenzie. You have to go back to the Robbie Deans coached Wallabies to find an Australian win in the Republic, which was in Durban in 2011. You would have to question whether this Wallabies team was capable of winning in South Africa and thus avoid a battle of the also-rans with the Pumas. Since the World Cup final in 2015 the Wallabies have won only eight of 21 Tests, struggling to beat teams ranked in the top four. At times they do not seem that far away and yet at other times they are nowhere near where they need to be. The Wallabies are a team that appear to be progressing and regressing simultaneously. As soon as their coaching staff fixes one problem another arises. In the opening Test against the All Blacks in Sydney it was the Wallabies’ defence; in the second Test in Dunedin it was their set-pieces, particularly the restarts; then in Perth on Saturday night it was cleaning out at the breakdown. For all of the http://www.officialwinnipegjets.com/Women Wallabies’ inconsistencies, there is one fundamental flaw in their game, which is becoming an alarming constant – the inability to defend a lead. The Wallabies were never in the game against the All Blacks in Sydney, but they led 17-0 in Dunedin and 23-10 in Perth only to be run down on both occasions. Advertisement Even though the Wallabies managed to hang on for a draw against South Africa, the Springboks finished the game stronger and put themselves in a position to win with an attempted field goal by five-eighth Elton Jantjies, which was charged down by who else, but Australia captain Michael Hooper. Unlike the 2015 World Cup campaign where the Wallabies had world class players on their bench, they just do not have the same finishing capacity now. The crucial period in the game was between the 52nd and 67th minutes when the Springboks scored 13 unanswered points to lead 23-20. So much of the Wallabies’ wounds were self-inflicted. Silly little things like a poor kick-off, getting the numbers wrong in a lineout or a crooked throw. The turning point was a massive hit by Springboks flanker Siya Kolisi on Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman in the 50th minute, which led to a big midfield break by centre Jan http://www.atlantafalconsauthorizedstor … rsey-elite Serfontein, who was only stopped from scoring by magnificent cover defence by Hooper. The Springboks were on the front-foot for most of the rest of the game, driving through the Wallabies, collapsing their scrum and beating defenders. While it was 3-all for the last 11 minutes there was no doubt which was the dominant team. Guardian Australia sport newsletter: subscribe by email Read more The Wallabies’ Test against Argentina in Canberra on Saturday night now looms as their most important of the year. If they lose, they will probably have to beat the Pumas in Mendoza on 7 October to avoid the humiliation of finishing last in the championship. Two weeks ago the Wallabies were only minutes away from causing a major boil over against the All Blacks and now once again they are fighting for their reputations. The All Blacks scored six tries to one in their 39-22 win against Argentina in New Plymouth, but the Pumas pushed them and they will be targeting the Wallabies game as the one they can win in this championship. It is a Steve Bartkowski Womens Jersey game the Wallabies simply cannot afford to lose or they run the risk of licking the bitter taste of the wooden spoon

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back where it all began: 5500 34th Street West, Bradenton, Florida. This is where six-year-old Masha Sharapova Riley Reiff Jersey and her father Yuri turned up 24 years ago, begging to be given a chance at the tennis club for rich kids run by the legendary coach Nick Bollettieri. inRead invented by Teads You can still smell the privilege. A security man at the imposing gates looks at my two carrier bags and assumes I’m homeless: “Excuse me, what are you doing here?” I tell him I’m here to interview Sharapova. He looks me up and down with thinly disguised contempt, and asks if I can move away from the entrance. “Or at least hide your bags. The first thing our guests can see as they drive in is your bags.” I begin to see how alien this must have felt for the Sharapovas, who arrived in America armed with only $700 and a dream. The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian's sport coverage Read more How times change. After winning a career grand slam (all four major titles: Wimbledon, and the US, Australian and French Opens, the latter twice), 11 consecutive years as the highest paid female athlete on the planet with total earnings estimated by Forbes at $285m, Sharapova is back at the IMG Academy, training for the US Open, her first major tournament since she was banned in March 2016 for taking the controlled drug meldonium. Appropriately enough, we meet in the boardroom; Sharapova is as famous for her business sense as for her tennis. She bounds into the room in her training gear: fresh-faced, no makeup, alert, looking and sounding like an all-American girl. The most surprising thing is her size. Sharapova is 6ft 2in, arms and legs like tentacles, broad shoulders, massive hands. On screen (and despite the ferocity of those famous on-court grunts), she can appear slight and underpowered against her great rival Serena Williams; but in her own way, she is every bit as imposing. “I love this place,” she says of the academy. “It’s my home base. This is where I came on my second day in America.” She http://www.minnesotavikingsauthorizedst … rsey-elite smiles. “I can only do two weeks, though, then I start losing my mind. It’s really quiet and there is not much going on – which is great for training.” As you might expect of somebody who likes a lot going on, Sharapova has not wasted her time away from the court. She took a class at Harvard Business School in global strategic management, spent 10 days in London studying leadership, interned at an advertising agency and spent a week shadowing the commissioner of the National Basketball Association, Adam Silver. She has also written her autobiography, Unstoppable, a fascinating and well-written (with the help of Vanity Fair journalist Rich Cohen) insight into her struggles, triumphs, obsession with Williams, Russian pessimism and the roots of that famous haughtiness. I had every opportunity to change professions, or to live the rest of my life on a holiday, but it never crossed my mind What makes the book so unusual, and true to Sharapova, is that she makes little attempt to endear herself to the reader. I tell her I like the fact that she admits she never wants to befriend fellow players; she regards it as fake when they are rivals. “Right,” she says. “Is that a question?” The book starts and ends with the 2016 drugs ban: her horror at discovering that she had been taking meldonium for a month after it had become prohibited (in January 2016); and what she regards as her vindication when the court of arbitration for sport ruled last October that she did not use it as a “performance-enhancing product, but for medical reasons”. Her Sam Bradford Jersey ban was reduced from two years to 15 months after the court ruled there was no intent to violate the new regulations: “Under no circumstances, therefore, can the player be considered to be an ‘intentional doper’.” Much of Sharapova’s memoir is about growth – physically, from the six-year-old who hung from beams to make herself grow, to the gawky teenager, to the powerhouse who became world No 1. (At one point, Sharapova wonders if her height is down to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster: her mother was pregnant with her soon after, and “continued to drink the water and eat the vegetables”; years later, on visits to her grandmother’s house nearby, she was “amazed by the huge forest mushrooms. Everyone said it was caused by radiation, which makes you wonder.”) But she is even more interested in other forms of growth, which is what she wants to talk about now. “When you don’t feel you’re on top of the world, how are you going to make yourself grow? Who are you going to surround yourself with who will make you feel better and stronger? When you’re at the top, you feel pretty good.” So who has she surrounded herself with since the ban? “The same Jered Weaver Womens Jersey people I’ve had throughout my whole career. I’ve been really fortunate. There are not many who have come and gone in my life

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There’s only one Frankie,” Anthony Oppenheimer said after the Prix Niel here on Sunday. “And there’s only one Arc,” a reporter pointed out, an exchange which neatly summarised the uncertainty surrounding Oppenheimer’s colt Cracksman, and whether he will be in Newmarket or France on the first Sunday in October. ADVERTISEMENT Decorated http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … hie_Jersey Knight springs biggest shock in Irish Champion Stakes history Read more Cracksman was a convincing winner of the Niel, one of the main trials for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, and would probably start second-favourite at around 5-1 were he to line up in three weeks’ time. His position in the market was also strengthened later in the day when Satono Diamond, Japan’s big hope for this year’s race and the 10-1 third-favourite, ran a dismal trial in the Prix Foy, finishing fourth of the six runners. Oppenheimer, though, feels that the rider on top is as important as the horse underneath. With Frankie Dettori, Cracksman’s regular jockey, all but certain to ride Enable, the even-money favourite, Oppenheimer feels that a run in the Arc might be better postponed until 2018. Many racing fans will struggle to understand the question here, never mind the answer. Cracksman is an improving, top-class three-year-old colt with form in the book that makes him a serious contender for the Arc. Next year he will give weight to the three-year-olds, and anyway, who knows what might happen in the next 12 months? Oppenheimer, though, insists that he is taking a long-term view. “Whether we run him in the Arc or the Champion Stakes [at Ascot in October], we’d prefer to put him away without giving him a hard race this year,” he said. “We think if we give him a hard race this year, it might take the sting off him next year. “That’s the gamble, do you keep this horse as a four-year-old, knowing everyone says he will be much better next year, or do you take a run in the Arc and get second or third and have a hard race without his [usual] jockey, because he will almost certainly be on Enable.” Oppenheimer also suggested John Gosden, who trains both Enable and Cracksman, will make the final decision, though few owners would not want a significant say in the outcome. “I think he might [wait until a few days before the race],” he said. “If Enable were not able to run for some reason, then it might change his plans.” Advertisement Cracksman’s price for the Arc ranges from 5-1 to 10-1 as a Authentic Tom Wilson Womens Jersey result of the uncertainty over his place in the field, while Dshingis Secret, who was a ready winner of the Prix Foy, can be backed at around 16-1 to follow up in three weeks’ time. With Cracksman clearly a doubtful runner in the big race, though, one of the more significant potential trials for the Arc came in Ireland, where Order Of St George, third home behind Found last season, was an easy winner of the Group One Irish St Leger. Order Of St George finished fast but too late in the same race 12 months ago, and Ryan Moore took no chances this time as he sent Order Of St George to the front at the top of the long home straight. The five-year-old was cut to around 12-1 for this year’s Arc, though he is also the 6-4 favourite with Hills for the Long Distance Cup on Champions Day. Order of St George was Aidan O’Brien’s third Group One winner on Champions Weekend in Ireland, following Happily’s success in the Moyglare Stud Stakes earlier on the Amos Youth Jersey card. He missed out in the National Stakes, however, where Gustav Klimt, the likely favourite, was a late scratch and his three remaining contenders finished well beaten behind Jim Bolger’s Verbal Dexterity.O’Brien now has 17 Group One winners this year, but Hills eased him slightly, from 7-4 to 2-1, to beat Bobby Frankel’s long-standing record of 25 wins at the highest level in a season. John Gosden hopes Irish Derby does not turn into tough test for Cracksman Read more Bolger has won the Dewhurst Stakes, Britain’s most prestigious two-year-old contest, five times in the past and feels that Verbal Dexterity is a worthy contender to make it six. “I can see him being champion European two-year-old, he’s the real deal, as good as any of the two-year-olds I’ve had,” Bolger said. “He needs the seven [furlongs], even though he has plenty of toe. Seven or a mile is his real cut. He handles any ground. He has a marvellous temperament, great looks. He has everything and is the complete package. “He’s as good as any of the ones that have won the Dewhurst for us, any of those five. I would think he’ll go for the Dewhurst next.” Ribchester was the other big winner on the Chantilly card as he made up for a shock defeat on soft ground in the Sussex Stakes last time out with success in the Prix du Moulin. Richard Fahey’s colt could now run in the Queen Elizabeth http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html II Stakes on Champions Day but is also be lined up for a crack at the Breeders’ Cup Mile in California just two weeks later

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Very little unfolded as expected for Aidan O’Brien on Saturday, yet he still registered his Alex Ovechkin Womens Jersey 15th Group One winner of the season as Hydrangea, the 20-1 outsider of his four runners in the Matron Stakes, edged out Winter, the hot favourite, by a head. The feature event, however, was a bitter disappointment for his Ballydoyle stable as Churchill, the 2,000 Guineas winner, finished out of the frame behind Roger Charlton’s Decorated Knight, who took the Irish Champion Stakes at 25-1. Churchill was caught in a pocket at the top of the straight and took a bump as Ryan Moore looked for running room, but there was no sign of his Classic-winning acceleration from earlier in the season as he struggled home in seventh place. Instead, it was Decorated Knight and Andrea Atzeni who flew past most of the field in the final quarter-mile to beat Poet’s Word by half a length, with Eminent completing a 1-2-3 for British stables in third. Decorated Knight was the longest-priced winner in the race’s history, despite having registered two Group One wins this season, in Dubai in March and then in Ireland’s Tattersalls Gold Cup in May. 广告 inRead invented by Teads 广告 inRead invented by Teads “Running into the race, I thought there might be six or seven runners and nothing from England,” Charlton said. “I thought Churchill would be favourite, and we’d have a good chance of being placed even if I didn’t think we’d be able to beat Churchill. “I thought realistically he was more of a 12-1 shot, but he’s tough and consistent and he produced an amazing turn of foot. Three furlongs out, it looked like he was too far back and the others were quickening, but Andrea said it was never in any doubt as far as he was concerned. He knew he’d got them covered, and what a great jockey and what a great ride he gave him.” Decorated Knight’s form this year also includes a close second http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html behind Highland Reel in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot with Ulysses, a dual Group One winner since, back in third. Advertisement “At the two, as soon as I had a bit of daylight, he was picking up well and I could see I had them covered,” Atzeni said. “It shows how good a race it was [that he was such a big price], but last time on soft ground [at York] he didn’t handle it and [the Eclipse] was a messy race, and before that, he beat Ulysses.” Decorated Knight is a 25-1 chance to register a fourth Group One win of the season in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot in October, while Churchill is now a double-figure price at 10-1 for the same race and 8-1 for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes back at the Guineas trip of a mile. Hydrangea went into the Matron Stakes as the only filly to have beaten Winter, the hot favourite, in 2017, and she emerged with that record intact thanks to her unexpected 20-1 defeat of her regular galloping companion, the winner of four Group Ones already this year. O’Brien had warned before the race that Winter had missed a few days’ work after her success in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood in early August, but Roly Poly and Rhododendron, both fillies with previous wins at the highest level, were the Ballydoyle runners seen as most likely to cause an upset. Neither could land a blow, however, and while Winter ran well, her usual strength in the finish was missing as Wayne Lordan drove Authentic Curtis Martin Womens Jersey Hydrangea to victory by a head. “She was the only one of the four fillies that hadn’t won a Group One,” O’Brien said, “and we felt that Winter was going to improve a little from the run. The [Prix de l’]Opera [at Chantilly on Arc weekend] could be the race for her. We’ll have to decide what we want to do [with Winter] but she’s in the Arc. She wasn’t ready to go that distance today, but that will leave her right. I wouldn’t mind if they wanted to float around a mile and a half and see what happens. You can’t be sure what’s going to happen, but you’ll find out.” The Opera is an alternative target for Winter, but she can be backed at 16-1 to successfully step up to 12 furlongs for the first time in the Arc, Europe’s most valuable and prestigious race. At Haydock, Clive Cox felt the need to walk the course before the Group One Sprint Cup after persistent rain turned the going to heavy, but his concern proved unfounded as Harry Angel followed up his July Cup victory with a brilliant four-length success. The three-year-old was always prominent and travelling strongly, and shot clear of his field with more than a furlong to run as soon as Adam Kirby asked for an effort. With his form now proven on all types of ground, Harry http://www.authenticchicagoblackhawks.c … nder=Youth Angel is now top-priced at 6-4 for the next race on his schedule, the Champions Sprint at Ascot in mid-October

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Where would Ireland’s Champions Weekend be without Aidan O’Brien? There are five Group One races at Leopardstown and The Curragh over Saturday and Sunday, and O’Brien will saddle the favourite in every one. There are three Group Two events, and two Group Threes. O’Brien is likely to field the favourite in all five of those as well. Even by Ballydoyle standards, the stable’s pre-eminence appears complete and absolute. It might be argued that such dominance is unhealthy in a sport that needs to maximise its competitiveness to sell tickets, attract viewers and fuel betting turnover. Yet it is only the willingness of O’Brien and “the lads” in the Coolmore Stud syndicate to field multiple runners in a Group One event like Saturday’s Matron Stakes that keeps the price of the favourite, Winter, within sight of even money. Without Rhododendron Amos Youth Jersey and Roly Poly, both Group One winners in their own right, in the field, Winter would be closer to 1-3 than her current price of 10-11. Angry gateman tries to bar Jim Best from entry at Brighton races Read more It is also the case that only three of O’Brien’s 10 Group-race favourites this weekend are currently odds-on. Most, including Churchill, the English and Irish 2,000 Guineas winner in Saturday’s feature event, the Champion Stakes, are odds-against, which implies that defeat is more likely that victory. But in a season that is on course to be the most successful even in his long career, the odds also suggest that O’Brien is a single-figure price to win all five of the Group Ones on his home turf this weekend. Boring, some might say, and no more than a reflection of the fact that, thanks to his reliance on Coolmore’s bloodlines, O’Brien has most of the best horses to start with. But there were those who muttered similar complaints when Tony McCoy was racking up 20 straight jockeys’ titles over jumps, with seasonal totals of winners that previously would have been unthinkable. O’Brien, as he himself never tires of pointing out, is part of a team, and is in the happy position of being exceptionally good at what he does, in a racing and bloodstock operation that is also the best in the business. Over decades, Coolmore has created one of the most virtuous circles in commercial history. O’Brien takes colts and fillies sired by Coolmore’s stallions, turns the best of them into champions who then graduate to the covering sheds themselves and then somehow http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html manages to repeat the trick from one season to the next. Advertisement Like McCoy, he is setting targets that are unlikely to be approached, never mind surpassed, for decades to come. O’Brien is already the most successful trainer the sport has seen in terms of Group One wins, and the only trainer likely to pass his record haul of £8.1m in British prize money last year is O’Brien himself (he has £5.6m so far this season). Bobby Frankel’s all-time record of 25 Group One wins in a year, however, has thus far remained out of reach. Sioux Nation’s win in the Phoenix Stakes was O’Brien’s 14th Group One of the season, but only his second in August after notching four, five and three in May, June and July. For all his success this season, O’Brien is still odds-against at around 7-4 to add the dozen Group Ones that he needs to break Frankel’s 2003 record. He was a similar price to set a new mark after Churchill’s Dewhurst success took him to 20 Group One wins last season, and added just two more. A strong return from Irish Champions Weekend on his home turf is probably essential if O’Brien is to remain on course to reach 26. O’Brien, without doubt, has the finest raw material in the game to work with, and an employer with the global reach and http://www.authenticchicagoblackhawks.c … nder=Youth ambition to target Group One and Grade One targets on every continent. But he is as vulnerable as any trainer to mishaps and injuries, and while the numbers at his disposal are an advantage, O’Brien’s headcount is probably behind the numbers in several of the biggest British stables. Minding, who won five times at the highest level in 2016, was retired due to injury after her comeback run in the spring, while Seventh Heaven, a dual Group One winner last season, will be making her first start since May when she lines up for Sunday’s Blandford Stakes. So while there may be an air of inevitability about who will be the biggest winner on Champions Weekend – and one bookie offers 250-1 that O’Brien will draw a blank in Ireland’s Group Ones – the man himself will take nothing for granted, or leave anything to chance. Quietly, relentlessly, one of the great racehorse trainers is working towards one of the finest achievements in his career

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Anseanachai Cliste, who was banned from running at the Cheltenham Festival in March after a blood-covered syringe was discovered in his box before the Foxhunters’ Chase, tested positive for the banned substance Authentic Teuvo Teravainen Youth Jersey cobalt, the British Horseracing Authority disclosed on Wednesday as it issued serious charges against the gelding’s trainer and owner. Stephen McConville, who trains Anseanachai Cliste near Portadown in Northern Ireland, and his son Michael, who is the nine-year-old’s owner and regular jockey, will face a disciplinary panel on 19 September to answer a series of charges relating to the alleged possession and administration of cobalt, which can boost a horse’s red blood cell count, and Adrenal Cortex, which is described by one online supplier of equine veterinary products as “a potent anti-inflammatory agent providing some analgesia along with a sense of euphoria to the horse”. The listing adds that Adrenal Cortex “works best when used close to the start of the event, because the duration of action is very short”. Irish Turf Club must learn its lesson over Russell ‘punching horse’ case Greg Wood Greg Wood Read more Anseanachai Cliste, a prolific winner in point-to-points, was a 33-1 outsider for the Foxhunters’, the race after the Cheltenham Gold Cup on 17 March. His sudden scratching on the day was explained at the time only by a report that “the stewards could not be satisfied he had been administered only normal food and water on race day”. Nine days after his withdrawal at Cheltenham, Anseanachai Cliste beat 11 opponents in the Ulster National at Downpatrick, winning a first prize of €15,375 (about £13,500). The gelding passed a subsequent dope test but reports emerged in early July that suggested Anseanachai Cliste had failed a test ordered Kevin Hayes Authentic Jersey by the stewards on 17 March and that a blood-covered syringe had been recovered from his box at the track. Both the substances involved and the circumstances and location in which they were allegedly discovered will ensure that it will be one of the most high-profile cases to come before the BHA’s disciplinary panel in recent years. Advertisement It is the first in Britain to involve a positive test for cobalt, which is believed to increase endurance in racehorses. It was the subject of a series of positive dope tests in Australia in 2015, however, which led to high-profile disciplinary cases against trainers including Peter Moody, famous for his handling of the outstanding champion Black Caviar, and Danny O’Brien, whose Star Witness was placed in two Group One sprints at Royal Ascot in 2011. O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh, another of Australia’s leading trainers, were banned for four and three years respectively in January 2016 but won a court case to have their bans overturned having argued they were unaware their vet, Dr Tom Brennan, had administered the drug. Moody, who received a six-month ban in March 2016, has not http://www.officialcelticsproshop.com/R … ach_Jersey renewed his trainer’s licence following his suspension. The maximum penalty for both the presence of a banned substance in a horse’s sample and the administration, or attempted administration, of a prohibited drug is a 10-year ban from the sport, though the “entry point” penalty is a two-year ban. Both Stephen and Michael McConville also face charges they misled, or endeavoured to mislead, stewards or officials investigating the incident, which carries a maximum penalty of a three-year ban. Saturday’s feature race in Britain, the Group One Sprint Cup at Haydock Park, has been moved to an earlier slot on the card to ensure it is run on the best possible ground. The six-furlong contest was scheduled to start at 4.10pm but will now be run as the third race on the card at 2.25pm. The dual Group One winner Limato is still unlikely to make the lineup, however, with the ground at Haydock expected to be too soft for the five-year-old. “I think the ground will be too soft and there’s more rain forecast,” Henry Candy, Limato’s trainer, said on Wednesday. “Unfortunately, I think the same applies to York on Grant Hill Womens Jersey Sunday [where Limato is entered in the Garrowby Stakes] which is a shame, as that would have been a nice race for him

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damaging and extended controversy which began when Davy Russell punched a horse before a race at Tramore on 18 August drew towards a close on Tuesday, when the Irish Turf Club’s appeals panel increased the rider’s punishment to a four-day suspension. Russell received only a caution at an earlier hearing, an outcome that prompted criticism by leading animal-welfare organisations in the UK and Ireland. Russell’s punch to the head of his mount, Kings Dolly, provoked widespread anger and astonishment when video of the incident circulated widely on social media. The Irish Turf Club will now feel that it has drawn a line under the episode before Irish Champions Weekend, the country’s showpiece Flat meeting which opens on Saturday with stars including Churchill, Winter, Order Of St George and Big Orange due to be in action at Leopardstown and The Curragh. RSPCA calls Davy Russell punching of horse ‘totally unacceptable’ Read more But it has been a bruising experience for the Turf Club, thanks http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.com in part to Russell’s initial offence but mostly because of its own clear and embarrassing failure to deal with it appropriately. After the first hearing on 26 August, Denis Egan, the Turf Club’s chief executive, sounded more like Russell’s agent or solicitor than a senior figure in the ruling body, as he described the rider’s caution as a “sufficient deterrent” and insisted that the jockey had “learned his lesson” and would never “do anything similar again”. 广告 inRead invented by Teads 广告 inRead invented by Teads It was only after the main animal-welfare charities in Ireland and Britain joined the criticism of the failure to impose a fine or suspension on Russell that the case was referred to its appeals body, to consider whether the penalty was “unduly lenient”. As David Muir, the equine consultant for the RSPCA, pointed out on Tuesday, a credible penalty at the initial hearing would have put the whole episode to bed. Instead, even the new sanction – which does not start until after the valuable Listowel Festival next week – is inevitably something of a fudge since a ban of a week or more would have cast an even more unforgiving light on the original panel’s failure to act. Advertisement But the painful progress of Turf Club discipline has also highlighted the differences between the systems operating in Ireland and in Britain, where the British Horseracing Authority brings charges but cases are heard by Authentic Adam Wainwright Womens Jersey an independent panel. How the BHA or the disciplinary panel might have viewed the Russell case is, of course, impossible to know for sure. Were it to judge a similar offence worthy of a “disrepute” charge, however, there is little scope in its rules for anything but a four-figure fine or a significant ban, and if the panel somehow came up with a caution instead, the chief executive would be more likely to express surprise and disappointment at the outcome than offer mitigation. It is true that the only recent British cases which offer a precedent – involving Kieren Fallon and Sean Levey, in 2012 and 2014 respectively – led to five-day bans. But even in the space of three years, things have moved on and social media, in particular, grows more powerful and pervasive by the month. A defence that something is not as bad as it looks is increasingly irrelevant, as it is how something looks that does the damage to the “good reputation of horse racing”. The BHA is increasingly aware of this, and having managed to turn a straightforward “disrepute” case, in Thomas Davis Jersey which the jockey admitted his mistake, into a farce in multiple acts, the Irish regulator must now wake up to it too. Some may complain about mob rule via Twitter, but there is a signal amid the noise. In future, if a jockey on a British track loses their temper and lashes out at a horse as Russell did, they can and should expect swift and stern justice. It is to be hoped that http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com … -c-35.html the same will now also be true in Ireland

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Stalls handlers are being put at risk because some recruits to the job lack sufficient experience of working with horses, the Guardian has been told. According to two men who have done the job and remain in touch with others who still do it, handlers employed by Arena Racing Company often lack the skills to ensure the job can be done safely, a charge which ARC denies. The accusation comes at a particularly sensitive time for those who load racehorses into the starting stalls, two months after the death of Stephen Yarborough, who suffered fatal injuries when run over by the stalls as they were manoeuvred into position at Haydock. That accident, which remains the subject of an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive, involved a team of handlers employed by Racetech, not ARC, which employs its own teams at only five tracks: Doncaster, Windsor, Lingfield, Southwell and Wolverhampton. Godolphin line up Masar for next year’s Classics after Sandown success Read more “My concerns are not particularly about Racetech,” one of the men said. “I’m worried more about the standard of staff that ARC are employing. They just seem to employ anybody. They’ve had guys with little or no experience of horses, never mind racehorses. “Having people like that around affects the performance of the team. It’s a pretty dangerous environment to be working in. Ninety-five per cent of the time it’s all very routine but, when something does kick off, you need guys who know exactly what they’re doing and who are capable of reacting in the right way. In other words, you need people who are used to handling thoroughbred racehorses and who act almost instinctively. ARC pay reasonably well but often I think it’s just a case of making up the numbers. I remember one guy, he was asked by a top jockey to adjust the bit in the horse’s mouth and he just didn’t know how to. He was that clueless.” The other man said of ARC: “They seem to be letting all the good, experienced guys go and bringing in new guys who have no idea http://www.officialcalgaryflames.com/Women about the job.” Advertisement However, neither man pointed to any particular incident of danger involving ARC handlers, a point that was underlined in ARC’s response to the accusations. “ARC takes very seriously the wellbeing and welfare of anyone visiting and working on our racecourses,” the company said in a statement. “Stalls handlers can come from a range of backgrounds but the majority would be familiar with handling horses, either through working in other areas of racing or other equestrian disciplines. All team leaders make sure they have a team of 11 people with the skills needed for all aspects of a raceday.” The statement outlined a detailed recruitment process used by ARC, including a six-day training programme designed in consultation with the racing industry. “This includes an induction day followed by controlled contact with horses on the following days, as and when deemed appropriate by the team leader.” Each applicant’s CV is reviewed for suitability by the British Horseracing Authority, ARC said, and it is a BHA starter who makes the final decision about what should happen to the applicant at the end of their training; they can be accepted, rejected or sent for more training. ARC’s statement said “the vast majority” of applicants are accepted as stalls handlers after the six days’ training. Once hired, each handler has his performance monitored by the team leader and BHA starters. One Youth Jersey of those who spoke to the Guardian said working practices at Racetech and ARC have been tightened since Yarborough’s fatal accident. “I gather people are now positioned on either side of the stalls and at the back of them when they are being manoeuvred on to the track,” he said. “In the past, we would all watch out for each other, of course, but I’m told it’s become much more regimented now.” ARC’s statement said: “It has been repeatedly emphasised to stalls handlers that they should not travel on the stalls when they are moving.” On days when strong winds or other weather conditions present an additional risk ARC handlers are told not to climb into the stalls as they normally would to change advertising panels between racesHe also knows it will not be easy against Pulev, who seems to be that rare beast: an opponent who is actually looking forward to facing Joshua in the ring. “Boxing-wise he’s more a technical fighter who will try to break you down,” he said, astutely. “Personality-wise I think he’s a macho man. 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He had those weaknesses and he still has those weaknesses.” When it was put to him that Joshua’s stamina might be a particular issue, given he looked out on his feet halfway through the Klitschko bout, Pulev smiled and said one word in English: “Maybe.” He added: “I think the mistake Klitchsko made was he wasn’t prepared to take a risk to win the fight. I won’t make that mistake.” Pulev also insisted his experience in the ring and on the streets http://www.officialdallasstars.com/T-Shirts meant he would have no fear stepping into the lion’s den next month. “Joshua has had a good career. However, he hasn’t got my experience. I started boxing when I was 12 years old. And it is not just the ring where I am experienced, but the streets as well, which is another advantage.” Were they frightening ones, he was asked? “Maybe for my opponents, yes, it was very scary, but for me it was OK,” he said, smiling. “Personally as a man I love challenges. That’s what makes me very happy. 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Mark Sampson’s attempts to clear his name amid allegations he made racial remarks to two of England’s women footballers ended with more embarrassment for the Football Association when he contradicted his own evidence from the independent inquiry and had to face questions that he had been caught saying something patently untrue. The inconsistencies in Sampson’s account left his employer with a damage-limitation exercise at the end of a press conference when the England manager – absolved of any wrongdoing in the two controversial inquiries Amos Youth Jersey that have prompted calls from Kick It Out and the Professional Footballers’ Association for a new investigation – said on three separate occasions he could not recall any conversation with Eni Aluko in which they had discussed the Ebola virus. Eni Aluko 'hush-money' case: FA bows to pressure and reveals findings Read more Sampson had been asked whether Aluko, who alleges her former manager told her to make sure her Nigerian relatives did not bring the virus to Wembley, might have “mixed up” another conversation when they had talked about Ebola in a different context. His initial response was that he could not recall any previous conversations involving Ebola and, to further questions, he then repeated that twice. Yet a previously unseen passage from the independent inquiry, seen by the Guardian, shows that Sampson gave an entirely different version of events when it was put to him by the barrister Katharine Newton that he had been accused of making a “racist joke” to a player who has won 102 caps over an 11-year England career. Sampson’s response on that occasion was to remember an incident when, he says, they had talked about Ebola in the build-up to England’s game against Mexico in the 2015 World Cup. “We did a press conference and Eni was the nominated player so we attended the stadium to speak to the journalists,” Sampson told the inquiry. “At the start of the conference the lady introducing them got both our names wrong. She introduced Eni as ‘Eddie Aluko’. We were laughing about the situation in the car on the way back. We were chatting about the conference and I said to her ‘fair play’ for correcting her. She told me a story that she had once been called by a cold caller, who called her ‘Ebola’ instead of ‘Eniola’. The people in the car laughed about this.” Eni Aluko: ‘The minute you are brave enough to talk about race you are in a difficult situation’ Read more Newton then asked Sampson to clarify that somebody else had called the player “Ebola”, but that it wasn’t him. “Absolutely not,” Sampson replies. Remarkably, this appears to be http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … tby_Jersey the sum total of the investigation into that specific part of Aluko’s complaint. As Sampson fielded questions at St George’s Park, reiterating the allegations against him were false and describing Newton’s inquiry as an “incredibly thorough process”, he was unaware the Guardian had seen this passage and started by saying he could not remember any occasion when he and Aluko had discussed Ebola in any way. He then repeated the same – “I can’t remember any particular conversation” – before being asked to explain why he had given different evidence to the inquiry. “I can’t remember a specific conversation,” he stated again. After further questions about the inconsistencies of his account, Sampson later acknowledged he had told the inquiry about a different conversation involving Ebola – a version of events disputed by Aluko – and said it would not be right for him to discuss “the details of a confidential investigation”. When it was put to him that what he had initially said about not recalling any previous conversations was patently untrue, he replied: “You asked me the question: ‘Have I had a conversation?’ I then explained the exactness of the situation.” Advertisement His media http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html aides insisted afterwards that Sampson had not been lying but the manager’s contradictory statements hardly help his cause at a time when he is maintaining his version of events is the truth and insisting he should be believed ahead of the two players – Aluko and Drew Spence – in a controversy that will see senior FA executives summoned to the culture, media and sport select committee next month. Officials from football’s governing body will be asked to explain the processes involved in the internal review that has been described by the PFA as “not a genuine search of the truth” and “a sham which was not designed to establish the truth but intended to protect Mark Sampson”. Newton might also be asked to defend her three-month inquiry – branded a “farce”by Aluko – and the select committee is likely to ask how both investigations could take place without speaking to Spence about the allegation, relating to her first England call-up at the China Cup in 2015, that Sampson upset her by asking: “Haven’t you been arrested before? Four times, isn’t it?” Spence has subsequently backed Aluko’s version of events in writing but was never asked to give evidence. 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handbrake on Ashes speculation has been released with the conclusion of the Test series against West Indies. This may not be Dale Hunter Authentic Jersey a good thing but it is inevitable. Even Trevor Bayliss, usually so wary about looking too far ahead, seems eager to enter the fray with observations about who he would prefer to bat at three and the likely provenance of the tour party. After the Lord’s Test he said the squad was likely to comprise only players chosen in the past 18 months, which is bad news for any blind-side runners around the counties. For local readers it is possible to start on an optimistic note. England can set off for Australia with the No1 bowler in the world in their ranks. After nine more Test wickets at Lord’s, including his 500th, James Anderson now sits above the Indian spinners, the two Ravis, Jadeja and Ashwin. At 35 years of age Anderson remains a huge asset to a captain, wherever the Test is played. England eyeing Ashes win over ‘far from stable’ Australia, says Trevor Bayliss Read more Of course wickets will be harder to come by under the clear blue skies and hard tracks of Australia. The necessity to treat that Kookaburra ball like a precious diamond in those opening overs contrasts with the pattern of play in England where the mischievous Duke ball can keep swinging all day. Yet there remains great virtue in having a bowler with the skill, control and nous of Anderson whatever the conditions. He will find the swing if it is available and he knows better than any modern fast bowler where the ball will land. ADVERTISEMENT However England may lack variety in their pack of fast bowlers for http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html Australia, which is bound to include Chris Woakes and Toby Roland-Jones alongside the old firm. There is a shortage of pace and left?handedness, which may not be solvable. Mark Wood has a few games to show that he can touch 90mph again, which is not the style of another contender, Jake Ball. Any “wildcard” may be housed among the Lions squad, which will also be in Australia when the Ashes series gets under way. There will, however, be more debate about the batsmen. The selectors are delaying the announcement of their squad so they have the option of journeying around the counties to watch some of the likely lads – or at least one of them, James Whitaker, does; presumably Mick Newell and Angus Fraser will be more concerned that their sides, Nottinghamshire and Middlesex respectively, regain or retain first?division status. Advertisement Bayliss can accept some responsibility this time for the final decisions. His hint that the party will be chosen from those who have already caught the selectors’ eye means that he will now have significant input to the final decision. No longer can he sit back and accept the selectors’ judgment. He has now seen the candidates play in Test cricket and – less importantly, but often more frequently – in the nets. At last he can make up his own mind. His insistence that he would like Joe Root to bat at No3 is interesting because it is so public and obviously at variance with the view of his captain with whom he has a very healthy relationship. It is also very Australian, though there have been plenty of relatively modern examples of the best Aussie batsmen in the side not batting at three: Allan Border, Steve Waugh, Michael Clarke and, sometimes – though not in their David Harris Authentic Jersey last Test in Bangladesh – Steve Smith. Currently Mark Stoneman and Dawid Malan, of the newcomers, look secure, though a few more runs for Surrey and Middlesex in the coming weeks would confirm their appetite for the fray. If Root is not intending to bat at No3 it might be useful from an England perspective if Surrey were to experiment a little by batting Stoneman there. It is one of the strengths of the Championship – it seems to matter so much – and a possible source of frustration for the England and Wales Cricket Board that Surrey would probably be reluctant to juggle their side accordingly at the sharp end of the season. Following the Bayliss indicator the form of Tom Westley, Haseeb Hameed, Gary Ballance, Alex Hales and Keaton Jennings in their remaining Championship matches should be of significance. The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian's sport coverage Read more The delicious uncertainties – at least for those looking on from afar – continue in the keeping and spinning departments. Who will be Jonny Bairstow’s understudy after a Test summer when the Yorkshire keeper has made very few mistakes? Recently that man has been Jos Buttler but given that he is such an integral part of England’s white-ball teams is it counterproductive to have him traipsing around Australia for a couple of months before he takes centre stage again? In this conversation Ben Foakes of Surrey is always mentioned. Moeen Ali’s understudy – and just conceivably his partner by the time the circus gets to Sydney – is another puzzle. The wrist-spinners seem to be the flavour of the month but Adil Rashid has been ditched; Mason Crane has been picked instead but never played. Logically one should have someone in the party who could replace Moeen if he turns an ankle on the morning of the match. He should probably be a finger spinner capable of giving solid support to the pacemen rather than a quixotic wrist spinner. No such men have been identified but a few candidates will have to be in Australia, either in the senior party or with the Lions come November. In the meantime enjoy the speculation over the best list of names for the tour, a rather more relaxing pastime http://www.authenticchicagoblackhawks.c … nder=Youth for us armchair critics than it will be for the selectors over the next two or three weeks

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The British & Irish Lions captain, Sam Warburton, has been denied the opportunity of a rematch with New Zealand in Dwight Freeney Youth Jersey November after it was revealed he will be sidelined for four months because of neck surgery and will miss Wales’s autumn internationals. Warburton, who led the Lions to a series draw against the All Blacks in July, suffered a recurrence of the longstanding neck injury in training for Cardiff Blues this week and scans have revealed the 28-year-old flanker requires surgery. Sam Warburton Read more It is a blow for Warburton, who overcame six weeks out with a knee injury to captain the Lions in the second and third Tests against the All Blacks. He now faces another lengthy lay-off and will be in a race against time to be fit for next year’s Six Nations. Unlike a number of Premiership Lions, Warburton had sat out his side’s opening matches of the season and the Blues had hoped an extended break after the series against New Zealand would benefit the 79-cap flanker. The persistent neck injury that ruled Warburton out of Wales’s heavy defeat by Australia last autumn has proven difficult to resolve. “It’s a major blow for all concerned; it’s a blow for Cardiff Blues and Wales. We all hoped he would be back playing soon,” the Blues head coach, Danny Wilson, said. “It is a longstanding issue that he has had. He gets pain and discomfort on and off. The feeling was that two months off would help it settle completely and do him a world of good. He came back feeling confident about it. He went through the protocols when he came back to training and during the contact element, just on pads, it began to flare up again. We looked into it in more detail and it has led to where we are. “He is obviously extremely frustrated. He thought that after two months he would come back really fresh and that is http://www.footballpanthershop.com/Jame … rsey_Cheap not the case, but this is the right thing for him to do. He’s a very good professional and I’m sure he will apply himself to his usual standards.” This autumn Wales, who in January appointed Alun Wyn Jones as captain in Warburton’s place, will host Australia, Georgia and South Africa as well as the All Blacks, who are due at the Principality Stadium on 25 November. In a cruel twist, the Welsh Rugby Union announced that the fixture – in which Warren Gatland will renew rivalries with the world champions – had sold out hours before Warburton’s injury was revealed. Gatland now has a headache over his back row for the autumn, with Ross Moriarty still sidelined with the back injury picked up during the Lions tour and uncertain of when he will return to fitness. James Davies and Ellis Jenkins have already been ruled out for the autumn campaign through injury while Thomas Young is yet to appear for Wasps this season. Justin Tipuric is likely to continue at openside, having played there throughout the Six Nations, and the No8 Taulupe Faletau has made an impressive start to the season with Bath, but it is unclear who will wear the No6 jersey. Travel can broaden game but club trips to US and South Africa make little sense Read more Warburton has been beset by injuries in recent years and this is his sixth operation. He has been plagued by shoulder trouble, sustained a broken cheekbone last September and suffered a hamstring injury during the 2013 Lions tour of Australia. In total he has managed only 15 Celtic League appearances for the Blues in the past two seasons but has repeatedly spoken of his desire to play at his third World Cup, in Japan during 2019. While Wales’s options in the back row are now limited, for the John Phillips Youth Jersey Blues, who have lost their opening two Pro14 matches, the situation is worse, with Jenkins and James Botham sidelined. “We’re only two games into the season but it has been well documented we have nine first-team players unavailable,” Wilson added. “There’s one or two on their way back but you have to get on with it. It gives opportunities to develop young Welsh players, which will help us in the future, but for now we need to get some of our high-end pros back on the pitchThe home nations will have an advantage over their southern hemisphere rivals this autumn because of their familiarity with the six law amendments recently introduced by World Rugby, according to England’s top referee, Wayne Barnes. The changes – three at the scrum and three at the breakdown – are designed to encourage quicker ball for the attacking team and came into effect in the northern hemisphere on 1 August. They do not begin in the southern hemisphere until January but will be used this autumn when England host Argentina, Australia and Samoa, and Wales host New Zealand. Barnes said: “Unfortunately for the southern hemisphere, but fortunately for us, come November they’ll be playing under our laws so they’ve got to get used to them. If we get a small advantage up here, I’m sure the coaches will try to use it.” Barnes, meanwhile, does not believe there is a growing problem of dissent among players despite a number of incidents in the opening weeks of the Premiership. Barnes was in charge of Bath’s victory over Saracens on Saturday during which Schalk Brits was furious that Kahn Fotuali’i had milked a penalty by deliberately throwing the ball against him. “I don’t there’s an abuse issue in the game at all,” said Barnes. “There’s a lot of respect. Of course players get excited during the game but that relationship is so special within our game. “ [Brits] was just really frustrated with what had happened. I think we all understand his frustration and it shows his emotion and how passionatehe is. He knocked on our door and said ‘that was out of order’ at half-time.” Karl Dickson, the former Harlequins scrum-half turned referee, believes officials are fitter than modern players. “That was my biggest surprise: I was ‘wow’ at how much fitter than players they are. It took time to get up to http://www.jetsofficialsonline.com/Erin … rsey_Cheap speed,” said the 35-year-old, who was appointed to the RFU’s panel of elite referees during the summer

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Pep Guardiola admits he does not know if Manchester City can win the Champions League as his side are still in the “process of growing”. They face Feyenoord in their Bob Gibson Youth Jersey Group F opener at Rotterdam’s De Kuip on Wednesday night. The manager’s view may cause some surprise as he has just overseen £226m being spent in the transfer window and City’s squad cost £775m to assemble in total, the most expensive ever. Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Ederson, Danilo and Kyle Walker arrived during the summer. Guardiola can also call on Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Agüero, David Silva, Fernandinho, Nicolás Otamendi and Yaya Touré (though he has been left at home), who all played for City against Real Madrid in the 2016 semi-final. ADVERTISEMENT Liverpool return to Champions League with hope and intent for fresh glory Read more Yet Guardiola said: “I don’t know if we are able to compete. We are still in the process of growing. I’m so happy with the players we have. We can do better than last season – but I don’t know. We’ll see. Last season we did good things, it wasn’t enough [City lost to Monaco in the round-of 16 on away goals]. But of course I am satisfied. “I don’t know now if we’re able to compete for the titles because we’re in the process of growing. We are not dreaming – when you’re in that position [of having a chance] it’s better to be calm. When you arrive in the last stages you say the dream is close but now it’s still far away.” Feyenoord are http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.co … ersey.html the Dutch champions after their head coach, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, guided the club to a first league title since 1999. While they are without the injured Nicolai Jorgensen, who was the league’s top scorer with 21 last season, Guardiola struck a cautious note. “Why is this an easy start? Feyenoord have more titles [they won the European Cup in 1970] than Manchester City. History counts. We cannot deny English teams have more money, spend more money. I grew up loving the Holland culture, how they play. I was a lucky guy. I was a football player working with my idol Johan Cruyff [at Barcelona] and after that Louis van Gaal, a lot of Holland players in my team. I know how they play. Advertisement “We play our first game in the group stage. It’s a dream to be here again for a club like Manchester City. We fought a lot to be there to qualify. The gap was so close between us and Arsenal and Liverpool and Manchester United, so we fought a lot to be here. We start our road. It depends on our level. I know how complicated it is. Last season we did not win one game away. I know from my experience even in Barcelona and Bayern Munich how it is to qualify for the next stage. We made the semi-finals [at Bayern] but it was so tough. “It doesn’t matter who we are playing, the famous teams or the lower teams. Hopefully, the players can enjoy being here. We are starting in a country that appreciates and loves football and we will try to do our best.” Guardiola left Touré behind in Manchester and the Ivorian is Tre Boston Jersey yet to feature for City in their four games this season. The manager said the midfielder has been excluded for reasons of form. “I spoke with him and he knows the reason why, but it’s between him and me. It’s a sportive decision,” Guardiola said. “He was so important last season. Six players finished their contract and he was the only one who stayed because he’s a special player. But the decision is he didn’t play the last game and today he is not in the squad, and he knows the reason why. He will play soon. It depends on the player. I’m always happy [with him] but I demand as much as possible. I want more, not just from Yaya – I want more from everyone.” The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian's sport coverage Read more Guardiola will also be without Vincent Kompany, who has suffered his latest calf problem. The captain has been plagued with injuries in recent years yet the head coach has no doubts over his future. “We are taking care of him,” Guardiola said. “We’ll see about Vincent in the next weeks, but he’ll soon be fighting with his team-mates to play.” In the 5-0 win against Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday, Ederson sustained a serious face injury, but the goalkeeper’s recovery has been so quick that he is in the match-day squad. John Stones, who may line up alongside Otamendi and Danilo in a three-man defence, said: “Ederson has got on with it straightaway. After the game in the changing room he was speaking to the boys as if nothing had happened, which shows what character he has got. “He just wants to be around the team, in that environment. I’ve personally not tried to ask him too much about it because I know everyone else will be. Everyone has http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com … -c-48.html seen his face, the stitches, the swelling, but he’s got on with it, put a scrum cap on, and he’s been training today

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Anthony Joshua’s words were cordial. The respect for his opponent obvious. But Britain’s WBC and IBF heavyweight champion http://www.authenticfloridapanthers.com … ton-jersey also wanted to make something clear: if he does not knock out the Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev when they meet in Cardiff next month he will consider his night a failure. ADVERTISEMENT “It is heavyweight boxing,” he said, during a disarmingly matter-of-fact soliloquy about the realities of his trade. “You have to knock someone out. It shows your timing is great, that you are a puncher, that you are a force to be reckoned with and that your aura is intact. Nobody comes to a boxing match to watch a 12-round fight, it gets boring. Unless it’s a brawl.” Anthony Joshua to fight Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in Cardiff in October Read more No one would ever accuse Joshua of being boring: he has stopped all 19 of his opponents inside the distance, brutally and effectively, and the expected 80,000 crowd at the Principality Stadium will demand more of the same against Pulev, a rugged 36-year-old Bulgarian who has won 25 of his 26 fights. And Joshua intends to deliver. “People will always say ‘this guy is tough’ and then you go and knock him out, it adds value,” he said. “That is why I like knocking people out. That is what the fans are there for. With the lighter guys it may not happen because there is not so much weight behind the punch. But these big guys, bang, you have to knock them out.” Yet Joshua admitted he would have to improve his boxing having been tagged too many times in his epic fight against Wladmir Klitschko in April. “I want to fight with finesse – throw the jab, left hook, bang! It’s better than throwing a 10-punch combination and getting caught by a couple coming back the other way. “You can Adidas Vincent Trocheck Jersey take a man out by going to war or go down the technically perfect route, which just looks better on the super slo?mo, punch-perfect.” He also knows it will not be easy against Pulev, who seems to be that rare beast: an opponent who is actually looking forward to facing Joshua in the ring. “Boxing-wise he’s more a technical fighter who will try to break you down,” he said, astutely. “Personality-wise I think he’s a macho man. Advertisement “But I can’t take him lightly,” he said, dismissing suggestions the mandatory IBF contender would be an easy payday. “He is a good fighter. Tyson, Foreman, Holyfield are all saying ‘great fight, he is good for the division’. They are the opinions that matter. The wider audience were telling me one thing but the greats another, you have to pick who you listen to. I will take advice from the great athletes who have walked the path.” Joshua even played down the implications of Pulev’s one defeat – a fifth?round knockout by Klitschko in 2014, saying: “He has probably corrected those mistakes now. A man that loses will always come back stronger because he has a lot more to prove. He has sat patiently and waited for his opportunity.” Pulev, having taken relish in giving bone-crunching handshakes to journalists on his first visit to Cardiff, said Brian Elliott Womens Jersey he had seen weaknesses in Joshua’s fight with Klitschko. “No one is invincible. He had those weaknesses and he still has those weaknesses.” When it was put to him that Joshua’s stamina might be a particular issue, given he looked out on his feet halfway through the Klitschko bout, Pulev smiled and said one word in English: “Maybe.” He added: “I think the mistake Klitchsko made was he wasn’t prepared to take a risk to win the fight. I won’t make that mistake.” Pulev also insisted his experience in the ring and on the streets meant he would have no fear stepping into the lion’s den next month. “Joshua has had a good career. However, he hasn’t got my experience. I started boxing when I was 12 years old. And it is not just the ring where I am experienced, but the streets as well, which is another advantage.” Were they frightening ones, he was asked? “Maybe for my opponents, yes, it was very scary, but for me it was OK,” he said, smiling. “Personally as a man I love challenges. That’s what makes me very happy. It makes me alive.” He certainly sounded like he meant it. Although he may feel rather http://www.officialcalgaryflames.com/Ad … son-Jersey differently when he sees Joshua storming at him from across the ring

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George Baker, who sustained a serious head injury in a fall at St Moritz’s White Turf meeting on a snow-covered lake in February, said on Monday that he feels he is now being “released into the wild” as he continues Hoodie Authentic Jersey his rehabilitation in the hope he could eventually return to race-riding. Baker suffered bleeding in his brain after falling from Jamie Osborne’s Boomerang Bob in the closing stages of a race on 26 February. He spent eight days in a trauma unit in Switzerland before returning to Britain for further treatment and was discharged from hospital to continue his recovery at home in late April. Racing news and tips: Big call for Oppenheimer on Arc run for Cracksman Read more Speaking at an event in London to promote Saturday’s William Hill St Leger at Doncaster, a race he won last year aboard the 22-1 outsider Harbour Law, Baker said he had been on “a character-building journey” in the months after his fall. “I’m just glad to be out and about and doing normal things again,” he said. “It’s like being released into the wild, almost. Coming up here on the train today, I could see it was hard for my wife to drop me off at the station and leave me to my own accord. But I’m getting there and doing more and more things: loads of therapy and pushing myself as far as I can really.” Baker, who remembers nothing about his fall or his time in hospital in Switzerland, said the memory of his win in the world’s oldest Classic, which was the third Group One success of his career, spurs him on in his struggle to regain full fitness. “Luckily I remember everything about it,” Baker said. “We went there http://www.greenbaypackersauthorizedstore.com/men hoping rather than confident and when Idaho [the favourite] fell that helped our cause but Harbour Law winning the Leger, it took a long time to sink in. It was an amazing thing to do and I’m very pleased I remember it so well. “One of the first things I did when I got back from hospital, just through the door, I flicked on Sky+ and watched it back to remind me of the good times. It’s a good thing to aim for, getting back to that sort of levelThirteen horses are still in the running for the St Leger after the five-day declarations on Monday, including two previous Group One winners in Aidan O’Brien’s Capri, who landed the Irish Derby at The Curragh in early July, and Stradivarius, who took the first renewal of the Goodwood Cup as a Group One event in August. Advertisement The narrow favourite at this stage, however, is Sir Michael Stoute’s Crystal Ocean, the impressive winner of the Gordon Stakes on the final day of Glorious Goodwood, at a top price of 7-2. Capri, one of six O’Brien-trained runners still engaged, is a 4-1 chance with Roger Varian’s Defoe, who took the Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury in August, next in the list on 5-1. John Gosden’s two contenders, Stradivarius and Coronet, are 13-2 and 9-1 respectively and it is 12-1 bar. At Perth, three riders received 10-day bans for failing to pull up after a three-mile handicap chase was declared void to allow an injured horse to receive treatment near the winning post. Johnny Go, a faller on the first circuit, ran loose and then collapsed on the run?in. Harriet Graham, Perth’s clerk of the course, took the decision to void the race. The http://www.sandiegochargersauthorizedstore.com/men field was flagged to stop on the final circuit but the race concluded with Red Giant first past the post ahead of Miss Joeking before the outcome was declared void. Johnny Go was put down as a result of his injury and Sean Quinlan, Stephen Mulqueen and Derek Fox were all banned for continuing to race after the signal had been given to stop. “The rules are clear that once the stop?race flag is deployed, the jockeys must stop riding and the race is void,” Robin Mounsey, the British Horseracing Authority’s head of media, said on Monday. “The stop-race flag is used for safety reasons and jockeys are aware that they must stop riding immediately once they have seen the T-Shirts Womens Jersey flag being waved, and that the stewards have no choice but to declare the race void

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this week the most absurd away fixture in European club rugby history was probably Connacht’s 12,000-mile round Authentic Sam Bradford Womens Jersey trip to Siberia in November 2015. The Irish province did manage to beat their Challenge Cup opponents Enisei-STM in temperatures as low as -18C but a technical fault with a charter plane caused such travel chaos some players were stranded for days. “Energy levels at all time low … BO levels at an all-time high,” read the memorable tweet from the Connacht back-rower John Muldoon. Once upon a time crossing the Severn Bridge was the most exotic cross-border club rugby experience available. Not any more. This week, Newcastle will abandon Kingston Park to face Saracens at the Talen Energy Stadium, a football stadium in Chester, Pennsylvania. On Sunday, in the unofficial Sir David Attenborough derby, the Cheetahs entertain Zebre of Italy in Bloemfontein. On Saturday, Leinster will meet the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth. Saracens to face Newcastle in Philadelphia under four-year US deal Read more Where on earth is the logic of a struggling Italian side travelling all the way to southern Africa to play a team ousted from Super Rugby? Think of the extra costs, think of the carbon bootprint? There are not many Newcastle supporters in Pennsylvania either; cheering the Falcons in the United States tends to be confined to Atlanta. At first glance it is akin to Derbyshire or Somerset trying to sell tickets for a game of cricket in Osaka. ADVERTISEMENT Edward Griffiths, formerly the chief executive of Saracens and the South African Rugby Union, is among those who believe the additional air miles can be counter-productive. “In isolation these matches are just the circus that arrives in town, puts up the big tent and then leaves,” Griffiths says. “The financial position all depends on the deal you’ve done with the circus. Some http://www.minnesotavikingsauthorizedst … rsey-elite are good, some are less good. In the absence of a short-term financial windfall or a long-term strategy, these sort of ventures are going to be pretty inconsequential really.” Much also depends on where you erect the big top. Griffiths has doubts whether America is the ideal place to host Premiership games and reckons Japan might ultimately be a better choice: “Rugby in America to me looks like a collection of individuals and companies looking to make a quick buck out of what they perceive as a growing game. No one is actually prepared to do the hard yards and build the structure of the game. It’s all very fragmented and short term. Until that changes, I can’t see it being much of a developing market. Advertisement “Premiership Rugby would have to answer whether these fixtures are having any impact on rugby in America. Personally I would doubt it. With these games you’re planting a seed. If you plant a seed in the desert it’s not going to do very much. If you plant it in a fertile area you never know what might become of it.” The Pro14 venture into Africa makes slightly more short-term sense for both parties although Griffiths is not a million miles off when he describes it as “a marriage of the desperate and the desperate.” The Cheetahs and Kings are simply trying to stay in existence; the Pro14 badly needs to boost its profile and television Authentic Bryan Little Youth Jersey revenues. “Strategically I’ve long thought there’s a future for north v south rugby in South Africa,” Griffiths says. “But when you do something for the first time you need to put your best foot forward. It’s just a pity the Cheetahs and the Kings, with all due respect, are not the best. There might be some novelty interest but beyond that it is going to be limited.” This week in the Free State, Leinster will also have to contend with temperatures of 32C with the southern summer fast approaching. “Playing rugby in Bloemfontein in December is bonkers,” Griffiths says. “There’s a reason they don’t play rugby there at that time.” Mike Brown adds to condemnations of extending Premiership season Read more And never mind the poor old away fans, not that Zebre supporters travel anywhere in mass herds. Those who insist TV eyeballs are now infinitely more important than paying customers backing the opposition are overlooking this year’s Lions tour to New Zealand; without the red Lions’ hordes, would the concept have felt as special or even continue to exist? Travel can broaden the mind but, equally, it helps to have a viable destinationThe Premiership is barely a fortnight old but there is one early concern. 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and Saracens are in Philadelphia, preparing to play at the Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday. The game may be more of a must-win for the Aviva Premiership than for either team, but whatever the crowd size or the American TV audience, early-season points are at stake. “We had a day to rest and recover but some of the boys were off recreating Rocky, running up the steps,” said Dave Walder, the Falcons’ new head coach. Some Saracens also ran to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, up the stone slope made famous by Sylvester Stallone. As they did, Walder was plotting to bring them down. Travel can broaden Dennis Maruk Authentic Jersey game but club trips to US and South Africa make little sense Read more “We’ve hit the ground running and that gives everyone a bit of confidence,” Walder, 39, said of wins over Worcester and Sale. Sarries are double European champions but in US sports speak they are one and one for the year. “I say we stand a chance to win. They’ve probably had a disrupted pre-season, with so many of their players involved with the Lions and other internationals. You know it will be be very tough against Saracens every time, but we really look forward to this.” Not so long ago, no Newcastle coach could have said that with confidence. There have been a few of them since Walder, who won four England caps, wore the Falcons fly-half shirt. While he was playing for Wasps and in Japan, then learning to coach with RGS Newcastle, Percy Park and more, the Falcons changed ownership, were relegated, appointed Dean Richards director of rugby and began at last to rebuild. Walder came in to look after the kicking, then took over the backs. The team finished eighth last season and the back rower Mark Wilson went to tour Argentina. That was a plus for the region after a spell in which, another paper pointed out, more England players came from Germany than the north-east of England. Walder says one key to such improvement is “consistency in the coaches. John Wells has been a constant” – the ex-England forwards coach switched from head coach to defence on Walder’s promotion last month – “and we’ve got Micky Ward who I played with, as forwards coach. He’s a local legend and a good friend.” Advertisement In the age of globalism, everything is local. That may be just as well. Newcastle are playing a home game in Philly and chances to see Independence Hall and sample a famous cheese steak aside, the switch has not been popular with all their fans. This summer, a remark by the Saracens chief executive, Heath Harvey, gave flesh to suggestions that clubs with more political and financial muscle are more able to resist such a move. Sarries were the away team against London Irish in New Jersey in 2016. Should Premier Rugby ever make his club the home team, Harvey said, they would “take it on the chin”. Newcastle’s balance sheet is not Walder’s chief concern. In the city of Rocky, he’s working out how to land blows http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … lov_Jersey on Saracens’ jaw. His squad have local heroes in every sense of the word. In the second row there is Nick Civetta from New York state, not far from Philly and thus of interest to NBC. In the back row there is Wilson – actually from Cumbria but in Walder’s joking words, “my fourth-favourite Geordie after Gazza, Peter Beardsley and Will Welch”. Welch, a flanker born in Newcastle, has been club captain since he was 22. “Both of them have been absolutely outstanding,” Walder said. “If Will had got the nod too for Argentina, anyone who was surprised wouldn’t have been to Newcastle in my three years here. He’s been a brilliant leader. I think it’s great that we’re finally going to get better recognition.” As, it seems, will Walder. Newcastle-born, educated at Durham University, he has wandered the rugby world. Now he’s home. “There were deep-rooted issues at the club when I left,” he said, “financially and in terms of whether the players were happy. It took Dean maybe two or three years to turn things round and last year for the first time we were able to recruit well, from being in mid-table at Christmas. “Players want to go to a club either to win or to earn money. I think the game’s gone a bit mad with the money, to be honest. Some of the figures out there are amazing. We’re more after the right type of player to fit in.” Rugby union: Premiership talking points from the weekend’s action Read more They think http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html they have found them. A standout in the backs is the full-back Simon Hammersley, who also went to Durham. On Saturday afternoons in the late 1990s Walder learned his game there. The hard way. “I remember the first time I played Horden away,” Walder says, of a proud club from a pit village long minus its pit. “My opposite number had a fend but it was just a left hook. I was stunned. And then afterwards, he bought me a beer in the bar.” In a region with a healthy club rugby scene, Newcastle are forging strong links. There are community coaching programmes and the hooker Scott Lawson and the flanker Ally Hogg are in charge at Tynedale and Blaydon. Such commitment pays: Falcons’ crowds are up. It’s a long way from pitched battles at Horden, Westoe and Billingham to the pitch at St James’ Park, home to Walder’s beloved Newcastle United and, tantalisingly, the final of next season’s European Rugby Champions Cup. It’s a longer way still to Philadelphia, where the European champions await. “I want to be successful for Newcastle,” Walder says. “There’s Shabazz Napier Womens Jersey a real bond to the place if you’re from there. I’m proud to represent it in America

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Eddie Jones has challenged England to complete a clean sweep against New Zealand, Australia and South Africa next November after a Evgeny Kuznetsov Jersey date was finally set for a first match against the All Blacks in four years. Having failed in March to shoehorn a match with the All Blacks into this autumn’s schedule, the Rugby Football Union onWednesday announced England’s 2018 fixture list, which includes the visit of New Zealand on 10 November, with Australia, South Africa and Japan also due at Twickenham. England have not played New Zealand since a defeat in November 2014 capped a run of five losses to the All Blacks within 12 months. They last beat the world champions when Manu Tuilagi inspired a 38-21 victory in 2012. But after a run of 19 wins from 20 matches under Jones, and with 15 England players taking part in the British & Irish Lions’ series draw in New Zealand over the summer, next November’s match is an eagerly-anticipated showdown. Guardian Australia sport newsletter: subscribe by email Read more “We want to win that series 4-0 and we will need to play extremely well to beat four very good teams,” said Jones. “Over the next year we need to continue to develop a bulletproof side, that can find ways to win in matches, and we will have to work hard and be smart in what we do to bridge the gap between us and the All Blacks.” England’s 2016 autumn campaign, against Argentina, Samoa and Australia, begins on 11 November and this year it was revealed the RFU had attempted to hijack the Barbarians’ match against New Zealand at Twickenham on 4 November. The All Blacks decided to honour their fixture with the invitational side despite what is believed to be a lucrative offer from the RFU, meaning next year’s meeting will be the last between the world’s top-ranked two teams before the 2019 World Cup. “Our ambition is to be the No1 team in the world going into the 2019 World Cup in Japan,” added Jones. “The series will give us a really good indicator of where we are as a squad, a year out.” Meanwhile, England’s Anthony Watson has recovered from the left arm injury he suffered against Saracens last Saturday and http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html is set to feature for Bath against Northampton on Friday. Jones will be a keen observer with the openside flanker Sam Underhill, who won his first England cap in June, making his first start for Bath. “[Since the Lions] Anthony’s taken his game to a whole new level, on the field and off the field,” said the Bath director of rugby, Todd Blackadder. “The gas he has- he’s got a great kicking game and with a little bit of space he’s unstoppable.” Northampton have confirmed that the South African back-row Heinrich Brussow will join the club in January. Brussow, 31, won his last Springboks cap in 2015, has been signed as a replacement for Louis Picamoles, who left Northampton for Montpellier in the summer for a record transfer fee, understood to be £1.3mMining magnate Andrew Forrest has launched the new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship to kick off next year. Forrest is in negotiations with the Australian Rugby Union to ensure players who compete in his competition will also be eligible to play Super Rugby and represent the Wallabies. The billionaire’s actions come after his beloved Western Force were cut from Super Rugby. He hopes to have six teams in the competition, which is expected to start early next August. Western Force may be headed to Asia as Hong Kong backs rebel competition Read more Forrest said it would be in the ARU’s best interests to allow Wallabies players to feature in the new competition as well as Super Rugby. Late last month, Forrest called on Cameron Clyne to resign Devin Smith Authentic Jersey over the ARU chairman’s decision to axe the Force. But the pair had since made up, and Forrest said his discussions with the ARU about the new Indo Pacific competition had been positive. “There’s been a fair bit of water under the bridge with Cameron and I,” Forrest said. “We had a frank and friendly discussion when he was here recently. “We were cast as adversaries. We did not agree with the cancelling of this magnificent team [Western Force]. “In that adversarial form, we did have to go a little toe to toe. But now with the Western Force becoming an international team ... there should be nothing but collaboration on behalf of Australian rugby.” The ARU confirmed it was in discussions with Forrest. “ARU is involved in collaborative discussions with Andrew Forrest and his Minderoo team and we look forward to continuing these discussions over the coming weeks,” Clyne said in a statement. “We do not wish to comment on the specifics of any proposed new competitions while these discussions are at a preliminary stage. ARU remains committed to maintaining http://www.authenticchicagoblackhawks.c … nder=Youth a strong rugby presence in Western Australia and will explore all options in this regard

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The British & Irish Lions captain, Sam Warburton, has been denied the opportunity of a rematch with New Zealand in November Lance Kendricks Womens Jersey after it was revealed he will be sidelined for four months because of neck surgery and will miss Wales’s autumn internationals. Warburton, who led the Lions to a series draw against the All Blacks in July, suffered a recurrence of the longstanding neck injury in training for Cardiff Blues this week and scans have revealed the 28-year-old flanker requires surgery. Sam Warburton Read more It is a blow for Warburton, who overcame six weeks out with a knee injury to captain the Lions in the second and third Tests against the All Blacks. He now faces another lengthy lay-off and will be in a race against time to be fit for next year’s Six Nations. Unlike a number of Premiership Lions, Warburton had sat out his side’s opening matches of the season and the Blues had hoped an extended break after the series against New Zealand would benefit the 79-cap flanker. The persistent neck injury that ruled Warburton out of Wales’s heavy defeat by Australia last autumn has proven difficult to resolve. “It’s a major blow for all concerned; it’s a blow for Cardiff Blues and Wales. We all hoped he would be back playing soon,” the Blues head coach, Danny Wilson, said. “It is a longstanding issue that he has had. He gets pain and discomfort on and off. The feeling was that two months off would help it settle completely and do him a world of good. He came back feeling confident about it. He went through the protocols when he came back to training and during the contact element, just on pads, it began to flare up again. We looked into it in more detail and it has led to where we are. “He is obviously extremely frustrated. He thought that after two months he would come back really fresh and that is not the case, but this is the right thing for him to do. He’s a very good professional and I’m sure he will apply himself to his usual standards.” This autumn Wales, who http://www.authenticflyerstore.com/auth … ersey.html in January appointed Alun Wyn Jones as captain in Warburton’s place, will host Australia, Georgia and South Africa as well as the All Blacks, who are due at the Principality Stadium on 25 November. In a cruel twist, the Welsh Rugby Union announced that the fixture – in which Warren Gatland will renew rivalries with the world champions – had sold out hours before Warburton’s injury was revealed. Gatland now has a headache over his back row for the autumn, with Ross Moriarty still sidelined with the back injury picked up during the Lions tour and uncertain of when he will return to fitness. James Davies and Ellis Jenkins have already been ruled out for the autumn campaign through injury while Thomas Young is yet to appear for Wasps this season. Justin Tipuric is likely to continue at openside, having played there throughout the Six Nations, and the No8 Taulupe Faletau has made an impressive start to the season with Bath, but it is unclear who will wear the No6 jersey. Travel can broaden game but club trips to US and South Africa make little sense Read more Warburton has been beset by injuries in recent years and this is his sixth operation. He has been plagued by shoulder trouble, sustained a broken cheekbone last September and suffered a hamstring injury during the 2013 Lions tour of Australia. In total he has managed only 15 Celtic League appearances for the Blues in the past two seasons but has repeatedly spoken of his desire to play at his third World Cup, in Japan during 2019. While Adam Jones Youth Jersey Wales’s options in the back row are now limited, for the Blues, who have lost their opening two Pro14 matches, the situation is worse, with Jenkins and James Botham sidelined. “We’re only two games into the season but it has been well documented we have nine first-team players unavailable,” Wilson added. “There’s one or two on their way back but you have to get on with it. It gives opportunities to develop young Welsh players, which will help us in the future, but for now we need to get some http://www.officialpadrestore.com/Brandon_Morrow_Jersey of our high-end pros back on the pitch

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Mike Brown is the latest England international to condemn publicly Brandon Moss Jersey the Premiership’s proposal to expand the season as “ridiculous”, suggesting rugby union’s current rate of attrition will cause youngsters such as Harlequins’ 18-year-old fly?half Marcus Smith to burn out before they reach the age of 30. Premiership Rugby is steadfastly sticking to its proposal for the domestic campaign to run from September to June as of the 2019-20 season. With international summer tours moving to July, it would mean 11-month seasons for England players such as Brown, and such a relentless schedule has been met with widespread criticism. The Rugby Players’ Association chairman, Christian Day, is among those leading the opposition, last week telling the Guardian the move “does nothing to safeguard the people who have to go out on the pitch and play the game”. Christian Day: 'We're http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.co … ersey.html not doing this for a laugh and a few beers afterwards' Read more Brown became Harlequins’ record appearance holder in the professional era during the 28-17 victory against Gloucester on Saturday, when Smith made his home debut off the bench. Smith has already caught Eddie Jones’s eye and been included in England training camps but Brown fears for his long-term future. “I think how hard it must be for them,” the 32-year-old said. “He’s 18 and rugby is a lot harder than when I was 18. He has got a long few years ahead of him. It does worry me a bit seeing these 18-year-olds because I am not sure if they will make it as long as I have. Especially when people are talking about extending the season. “Look at the Premiership, it is the best league in the world but then you have Europe on [top of] that and cup competitions. Training has to be at such a high level that you are ready for game intensity. To be able to continue to 30 is going to be tough. It was a lot easier when I started.” Day has questioned why the Premiership announced its proposal without canvassing opinion among the players and Brown cannot understand why England internationals such as he and Chris Robshaw were not asked for their views. “[The 11-month season] is ridiculous,” Brown said. “It is good Christian http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com … -c-44.html is speaking out on behalf of players. Maybe [Premiership Rugby] should come speak to a few guys who are playing week in, week out and to guys like Chris Robshaw and ask them how hard it is now. “It would be nice to be spoken to and not have guys who haven’t been through it making those decisions. Eleven months is madness.” Premiership Rugby believes that maintaining the mandatory 32-game a season limit allays fears over player welfare and Brenton Bersin Jersey says individual player management remains a key priority

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are still three full rounds to go and anything can happen, but the law of probability strongly suggests the Wallabies have already Adidas Alex Petrovic Womens Jersey done their dash in this year’s Rugby Championship. Saturday’s frustrating 23-all draw with South Africa in Perth means the All Blacks and Springboks are likely to compete for the title, leaving Australia and Argentina to battle it out for third and fourth. Wallabies draw with Springboks in Western Force protest Test Read more In a home and away format, a draw at home is as good as a loss. To give themselves a chance of maintaining their second-place ranking in the championship behind the All Blacks, the Wallabies will need to beat the Springboks in their return game in Bloemfontein on September 30 and defeat Argentina. The Wallabies have lost their last four Tests in South Africa under coach Michael Cheika and his predecessor Ewen McKenzie. You have to go back to the Robbie Deans coached Wallabies to find an Australian win in the Republic, which was in Durban in 2011. You would have to question whether this Wallabies team was capable of winning in South Africa and thus avoid a battle of the also-rans with the Pumas. Since the World Cup final in 2015 the Wallabies have won only eight of 21 Tests, struggling to beat teams ranked in the top four. At times they do not seem that far away and yet at other times http://www.authenticfloridapanthers.com … rom-jersey they are nowhere near where they need to be. The Wallabies are a team that appear to be progressing and regressing simultaneously. As soon as their coaching staff fixes one problem another arises. In the opening Test against the All Blacks in Sydney it was the Wallabies’ defence; in the second Test in Dunedin it was their set-pieces, particularly the restarts; then in Perth on Saturday night it was cleaning out at the breakdown. For all of the Wallabies’ inconsistencies, there is one fundamental flaw in their game, which is becoming an alarming constant – the inability to defend a lead. The Wallabies were never in the game against the All Blacks in Sydney, but they led 17-0 in Dunedin and 20-10 in Perth only to be run down on both occasions. Advertisement Even though the Wallabies managed to hang on for a draw against South Africa, the Springboks finished the game stronger and put themselves in a position to win with an attempted field goal by five-eighth Elton Jantjies, which was charged down by who else, but Australia captain Michael Hooper. Unlike the 2015 World Cup campaign where the Wallabies had world class players http://www.officialcalgaryflames.com/Ad … roy-Jersey on their bench, they just do not have the same finishing capacity now. The crucial period in the game was between the 52nd and 67th minutes when the Springboks scored 13 unanswered points to lead 23-20. So much of the Wallabies’ wounds were self-inflicted. Silly little things like a poor kick-off, getting the numbers wrong in a lineout or a crooked throw. Guardian Australia sport newsletter: subscribe by email Read more The turning point was a massive hit by Springboks flanker Siya Kolisi on Wallabies enforcer Adam Coleman in the 50th minute, which led to a big midfield break by centre Jan Serfontein, who was only stopped from scoring by magnificent cover defence by Hooper. The Springboks were on the front-foot for most of the rest of the game, driving through the Wallabies, collapsing their scrum and beating defenders. While it was 3-all for the last 11 minutes there was no doubt which was the dominant team. The Wallabies’ Test against Argentina in Canberra on Saturday night now looms as their most important of the year. If they lose, they will probably have to beat the Pumas in Mendoza on 7 October to avoid the humiliation of finishing last in the championship. Two weeks ago the Wallabies were only minutes away from causing a major boil over against the All Blacks and now once again they are fighting for their reputations. The All Blacks scored six tries to one in their 39-22 win against Argentina in New Plymouth, but the Pumas pushed them and they will be targeting the Wallabies game as the one they can win in this championship. It is a game Dennis Wideman Authentic Jersey the Wallabies simply cannot afford to lose or they run the risk of licking the bitter taste of the wooden spoon

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New Zealand rugby must change its outdated attitudes towards women and sexual orientation, and get over its culture of entitlement, an T-Shirts Authentic Jersey independent review into the culture of the country’s beloved national sport has found. The Respect and Responsibility Review was commissioned by New Zealand Rugby after a string of serious incidents last year, where players from the Chiefs rugby team were accused of groping, licking and throwing gravel at an erotic dancer they had hired for their end-of-season party, as well as making homophobic comments to a gay couple. It found that NZ Rugby had investigated 36 incidents of misconduct in the last four years, including cases of violence, inappropriate sexual comments, homophobia, and drug and alcohol breaches. The nine-member review panel was made up of professionals from outside NZ Rugby and featured six women, including Olympic kayaker Lisa Carrington, Jackie Barron from Sport New Zealand and the Law Society president, Kathryn Beck. The report found “there is a mood for change” in New Zealand and the country’s beloved national sport needed to evolve its outdated attitudes towards women and sexual orientation, and get over its culture of entitlement. “New Zealanders have long http://www.greenbaypackersauthorizedstore.com/throwback held rugby in high esteem,” the report reads. “Events prior to and in 2016 began to undermine rugby’s place and contribution.” Of the 36 investigations into misconduct, alcohol was a “key factor” in more than half of the incidents, with drugs and drug-alcohol combinations also having an impact. 'Unacceptable': New Zealand's Labour leader asked about baby plans seven hours into job Read more The review panel settled on six major goals for NZ Rugby to work towards, including gender equity, inclusive leadership and nuturing the wellbeing of players. Beck, who chaired the panel, said she was instructed to leave “no stone unturned” and has had access to all areas of NZ Rugby during the nine-month review. “The impact and use of alcohol, the behaviour towards women, the stardom and sense of entitlement that you see in young players – they were all themes that we saw come through quite http://www.sandiegochargersauthorizedst … /throwback strongly,” Beck told Radio NZ. “Rugby is having to take a deep breath, but it gets it ... Rugby is such a massive part of New Zealand culture and society, and if we can address some of the culture and systemic issues in rugby, hopefully that will ripple out into the community.” The NZ Rugby chief executive, Steve Tew, said the review was “ground-breaking” and “transformational”, and acknowledged that rugby players in New Zealand were looked up to by younger generations as role models – whether they liked it or not. “We’re seeing our young boys, in particular, playing first XV rugby [and] effectively being told that they’re elite, high-performance athletes at a ridiculously young age, frankly; and therefore developing, under that pressure of expectation, a sense of entitlement on some of the issues, without being emotionally ready for it,” Tew told Radio NZ. “We are committing to real change and to be leaders for that change ... The integrity, reputation and ultimate success of the game in New Zealand depends on this.” The erotic dancer who went public last September with claims of inappropriate behaviour by the Chiefs told Fairfax Media alcohol was to blame for a lot of bad behaviour by Women Jersey rugby players and the Chiefs still owed her NZ$50 (£27) for her work

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Wasps finished top of last season’s Aviva Premiership table and they lead the way again after the opening fortnight of the Shamar Stephen Authentic Jersey new campaign. It would be pushing it to describe this latest victory as flawless but in Marcus Watson, elder brother of England’s Anthony, they have another top?quality finisher capable of transforming games in a flash. Watson, an Olympic silver medallist in Rio last year, is looking to show that a stint on the world sevens circuit can be a springboard to subsequent XVs success and says he would love to end playing Test rugby alongside his brother. A hamstring injury to Christian Wade provided the 26-year-old with his first start and, if his spectacular 22nd-minute try is any guide, Wasps will continue to take some catching out wide whether or not Wade is around. Watson’s electric chip and chase was comfortably the game’s most compelling moment and earned an approving post?match text from his brother. How Worcester could have done with finishing of the same class, the home side ultimately unable to maintain their momentum having entered the final quarter with the scores tied at 10-10. They even had a penalty to take the lead with 15 minutes left, only for the replacement fly-half Sam Olver’s kick to hit a post and allow Wasps to capitalise on some defensive doziness to escape down the other end and score through Willie le Roux. A third try late on from Josh Bassett, courtesy of Danny Cipriani’s lovely http://www.minnesotavikingsauthorizedst … rsey-elite cross?kick, merely compounded the Warriors’ frustration. It also leaves Worcester at the bottom of the fledgling table without a point after their opening two games, not an ideal scenario with Exeter, Gloucester and Saracens looming as their next three opponents. To make things worse their highly rated tighthead Nick Schonert, who missed England’s summer tour with a hand injury, sustained a suspected broken ankle in the opening seconds while the fly-half Tom Heathcote failed a head injury assessment and will be unavailable for the home game against the Chiefs on Friday night. Heathcote’s latest setback leaves the Warriors worryingly thin at No10 with only the 20-year-old Jamie Shillcock and the newly arrived, inexperienced Olver fit and available. With Ben Te’o, a Lion in New Zealand and in forceful early season form, also departing early for the second successive week with an arm injury, Worcester’s director of rugby, Gary Gold, had every reason to look slightly downcast afterwards. Advertisement Although this was a better performance than his team’s 35-8 drubbing at Newcastle on the opening weekend, Gold remains realistic. “I don’t think our character is under question but we need to continue to work on our accuracy. 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Billy Vunipola has defended his decision to withdraw from the summer’s British & Irish Lions tour because of a shoulder Ilya Samsonov Jersey injury, saying that “otherwise I’d be letting people down” and insisting “there are more important things in life”. Writing in his new book, Wrecking Ball, Vunipola explains it was a long-standing shoulder injury that forced him to pull out of the touring squad, just hours before he was due to join a Lions training camp. Vunipola withdrew from the Lions squad the day after Saracens’ last game of the season against Exeter in May because of his shoulder injury. He was due to report for a training camp in Dublin but opted against travelling to Ireland, despite Warren Gatland asking him to do so. ADVERTISEMENT Billy Vunipola boost for England but Saracens have to wait for No8’s return Read more Instead, Vunipola underwent surgery and is expected to make his comeback ahead of schedule for Saracens against Newcastle in Philadelphia on Saturday. At the time it was considered a huge blow to the Lions’ chances in New Zealand but the squad, that featured Billy’s brother Mako, proceeded to claim an unlikely drawn series against the All Blacks. The 24?year?old No8, who would have been a likely starter on the tour, says he has no doubts over the decision and that it was not influenced by anybody else. “My conscience told me that I shouldn’t go on the tour because otherwise I’d be letting people down,” Vunipola writes in the book. “I’m not saying that from a selfish point of view, as if I wanted to go to New Zealand and be the star. But I didn’t think I’d be able to help the team in a positive way on the pitch. What was the point in touring if I was going to be a hindrance? “Having learned from so many experiences, I’m now at a stage where I’m confident in what I stand for and what I believe in, so I have no doubts that I made the right decision. “And it was my decision. It was important for me to show that I was mature enough to make the call myself and not wait for somebody else to do it for me. Sometimes my body just can’t keep up with all the demands I place http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … gle_Jersey on it, and that’s just the nature of the beast. The injury was something that happened a long time before the tour. I tried to tough it out but the timing wasn’t right for me on that occasion.” Advertisement While Vunipola is yet to feature for Saracens this season, he did take part in England’s pre-season training camp in Teddington last month. Asked about the No8 during the camp, England’s head coach, Eddie Jones, described Vunipola as having “the potential to be the best player in the world”. Next Wednesday marks exactly two years until the 2019 World Cup and Vunipola has said that the prospect of taking part in the tournament http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html in Japan has softened his Lions blow. “What helped me out massively was the realisation, which I’d had a couple of years before, that I should never define myself by rugby – there really are more important things in life,” he writes. “When I die, I don’t want to be remembered for whether I went on a Lions tour or not. I’d much rather be known for whether I was a kind or honest person. To me, that’s way more important. “There’s an absolute stack of rugby still on the horizon in any case, with a World Cup around the corner and loads more Six Nations and Saracens action to come. So Amos Youth Jersey I can’t look at it in any other way than I’m in a privileged position

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When Gareth Ellis’s illustrious playing career comes to an end at the conclusion of this Super League campaign, it is perhaps fitting John Carlson Jersey that his biggest challenge in his new role as the club’s head of rugby will be finding someone to replace himself. It was inevitable that if anyone were to drag Hull’s title challenge back on track here, it would be their talismanic captain. So often the man to pull them out of a hole when they need it most, Ellis’s late try – which put Hull ahead for the first and only time in a pulsating encounter – helped keep FC’s hopes of the double alive: but only just. For Hull, one of the two remaining play?off spots available now looks destined to be theirs; for Wakefield, this was another heartbreaking illustration of how cut-throat life at the top of Super League can be. Trinity, almost relegated in the Million Pound Game two seasons ago, should be rightly proud of how far they have come. That they are in title contention with a fortnight of the season remaining is a fine and fair indication of their progression – but they will feel that the past week represents a major opportunity missed in their efforts to take the next step. A late defeat against St Helens meant this game was going to be a must-win for Trinity. And while they again dominated for large Authentic Brandon Roy Youth Jersey periods of the match, they were left to rue a late collapse and an oh-so-close comeback, as Liam Finn’s last-gasp drop goal sailed inches wide and, in one moment, illustrated the fine margins between success and failure at this late stage of the season. “I couldn’t be any more proud of them,” their coach, Chris Chester, said. “We’re learning, just not quickly enough.” Trinity now need Castleford to beat Wigan on Sunday to set up a likely winner-takes-all collision for fourth between Wakefield and the reigning champions next weekend at Belle Vue. Trinity led 12-6 at half-time here and, on the balance of play, they may have felt aggrieved they were not further ahead. Tries from former Hull players Joe Arundel and Jacob Miller gave them a deserved advantage, improved further on half-time when Liam Finn kicked a penalty after Jamie Shaul had been sent to the sin-bin. Advertisement But Hull would make Trinity pay. They levelled when Marc Sneyd touched down to make it 12-12 before, with the pressure building late on, Ellis grabbed the headlines with what was http://www.officialnikejetshop.com/dion … -c-35.html the match-wining try – cruelly against the club that gave him his big break almost 20 years ago. The drama, though, was far from finished. Sneyd added a drop goal to open up a seven-point lead but, perhaps typically of Wakefield’s season, they would not buckle. Mason Caton-Brown finished a scintillating move, Finn converted from the touchline before narrowly missing a late drop goal attempt to let Hull off the hook and leave Trinity crestfallen. Hull Shaul; Fonua, Griffin, Tuimavave, Michaels; Kelly, Sneyd; Taylor, Houghton, Watts, Minichiello, Manu, Ellis. Interchange Connor, Thompson, Bowden, Fash. Tries Fonua, Sneyd, Ellis. Goals Sneyd 3. Drop goal Sneyd (74). Wakefield Grix; Jones-Bishop, Arundel, Tupou, Caton-Brown http://www.authenticchicagoblackhawks.c … nder=Youth Miller, Finn; England, Randell, Huby, Ashurst, Kirmond, Arona. Interchange Wood, Fifita, Annakin, Hasson

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