Month: July 2021

Let’s keep these Olympic Games going. On Saturday, Kevin Durant surpassed Carmelo Anthony as the highest-scoring player in U.S. Olympic men’s basketball history as Team USA crushed the Czech Republic. We’ve also got a new fastest woman in the world. After beginning her career 4-for-4 in Olympic individual competition, Katie Ledecky earned her first-ever silver
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Report Allrounder anchors innings before contributing to tigerish defence of low total Northern Superchargers 109 for 8 (Davidson-Richards 42) beat Oval Invincibles 105 for 4 by four runs Alice Davidson-Richards helped the Northern Superchargers maintain their winning start to the women’s Hundred with a tigerish defence of 109 in a thriller against Oval Invincibles at
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News The Pakistan board has expressed displeasure at reports that its Indian counterpart is trying to prevent players from joining the tournament The PCB has expressed its displeasure over reports that the BCCI called ICC Full Members in a bid to prevent retired players from those countries from appearing in the Kashmir Premier League (KPL),
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Typically, NHL free agency begins on July 1 each offseason: a cherished tradition on Canada Day up north, and a pre-Independence Day festival of commerce for those of us in the United States. On July 1, 2021, the Stanley Cup had yet to be awarded. But 27 days later, we are ready for the frenzy
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Now that the dust has settled on a frenzied stretch of free-agent signings and steady flurry of offseason trades, let’s take a preliminary view of some new faces in new places through the fantasy-focussed lens. With the goalie carousel operating full-tilt in overdrive this week, that’s a good place to start. For a more comprehensive
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