Month: September 2020

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney reiterated comments in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and his own players’ push toward social justice reforms Tuesday, but he noted that he was uncomfortable with messages displayed on uniforms and with the politicization of the efforts. Swinney again said Tuesday that “Black lives more than matter,” but said
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Siya Kolisi with the trophy during the Rugby World Cup 2019 Champions Tour Grant Pitcher/Gallo Images/Getty Images Rugby World Cup-winning Springboks captain Siya Kolisi will resume his leadership duties in the national team colours on Saturday for the first time since lifting the Webb Ellis Cup last year. Kolisi has been named alongside Springboks teammate Lukhanyo
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR promised radical changes to the 2021 schedule and delivered Wednesday with six road courses; the first dirt race for the Cup Series since 1970; and new stops in Nashville, Tennessee, and Austin, Texas. Dropped from the lineup were Kentucky Speedway and Chicagoland Speedway, two “cookie-cutter” intermediate tracks that were part of
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The first day of Pakistan’s National T20 Cup saw defending champions Northern get off to a blazing start against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Central Punjab, in the late game, trump Southern Punjab by seven wickets, veteran Kamran Akmal and 20-year-old Abdullah Shafique their heroes on the day. Central Punjab beat Southern Punjab by 7 wickets Shafique
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Kentucky Derby winner Authentic is the favorite to win Saturday’s Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. 1 Related Typically the second race run in the Triple Crown, the Preakness will be the final leg after the schedule was altered because of the coronavirus pandemic. Tiz the Law, who is not running in the
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Bengal fast bowler Mukesh Kumar and left-arm spinner Shreyan Chakraborty have tested positive for Covid-19, it emerged on Wednesday, after the state association conducted RT-PCR tests on 63 people, including 37 cricketers – male and female. “The Cricket Association of Bengal [CAB] today held a Covid-19 Test Camp where 63 persons, including 21 senior Bengal
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Ashley Giles says that England’s players are “not blind to the reality” of English cricket’s financial situation amid the Covid-19 outbreak, as their representatives continue talks with the ECB over the prospect of pay cuts to their newly announced central contracts for 2020-21. Despite praising the efforts made by England’s players to “keep the lights
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