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Usain Bolt says he was as surprised as anyone when Justin Gatlin failed to advance to Thursdays 200-meter final. Devan Dubnyk Jersey .Everybodys in shock, Bolt told BBC Radio 5 Live of Gatlin after the Jamaican advanced with the top time in Wednesdays semifinals. You can tell from the 100 meters hes getting old. Its a fact the older you get, the rougher it gets to double.In the evenings biggest stunner, Gatlin, who has given Bolt more run for his money than anyone else over the past four years, finished third in his heat.?The American said he rolled an ankle in the run-up to the Olympics and was happy just to make it here.Probably, I should have rested it instead of running on it, said Gatlin, who finished second to Bolt in the 100.In Bolts semifinal heat, the Jamaican star smiled and wagged his finger at a brash up-and-comer. Bolts main goal during the opening rounds is to conserve energy, which is exactly what he was doing when he looked to his right, saw Canadas Andre De Grasse a few steps behind him and put it on cruise control.The only problem was that De Grasse, the bronze medalist in the 100, didnt back down. He sped up, and suddenly the two were nose-to-nose, peering and smiling at each other down the stretch. Bolt finished in 19.78 to win by a scant 0.02 of a second. He wagged his finger at De Grasse as they crossed the line.That was really unnecessary, Bolt said. I dont know what he was trying to do. Hes a young kid. Hes great. He has a lot of talent. Im looking forward to the competition in the final.Bolt will go for his eighth Olympic gold Thursday.Bolt, who has his eyes on not only the win but maybe also another world record, is hoping his time will come Thursday night.I definitely think I can try for the world record, said the sprinter, whose current record in the 200 stands at 19.19 seconds. But now, its executing right, running the corner efficiently and coming in the straight and running the perfect race.But the 29-year-old Bolt also acknowledged that age is catching up with him, telling the BBC he has no plans to run the 200 meters in the 2017 world championships.Next year, if I go to the world championships [in London] Im not going to double, Bolt said. Im going to do the 100 meters, and that is it.The Associated Press contributed to this report. Wholesale NHL Wild Jerseys Womens Wild Jerseys http://www.wildjerseyscheap.com/?tag=gustav-olofsson-jersey . Bryzgalov stopped 25 shots on Saturday in the Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat. The Oilers signed Bryzgalov to a one-year $2 million contract last Friday after shedding payroll by dealing defenceman Ladislav Smid to the Flames. BOSTON -- Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle felt his decision was simple: Call the timeout.It worked out very well for his team Thursday night.Josh Manson and Rickard Rakell scored second-period goals to lead the Ducks to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins.Trailing 2-0 after the Bruins scored both goals in a 13-second span, Carlyle called time out and his team came charging back.Youre always looking for ways to motivate and stall the opposition when the momentum is all in their favor, he said. You hope it does. Sometimes you do it and it doesnt have any affect and you look like a dummy. `Whyd you do it?Andrew Cogliano and Kevin Bieksa also scored for the Ducks, who won for the seventh time in nine games. Jonathan Bernier stopped 31 shots.When you call a timeout, theres not much that needs to be said, Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf said. Everyone knows whats going on. Its just a matter of being relaxed.Zdeno Chara, Austin Czarnik and David Krejci had Bostons goals. It was the Bruins fifth loss in six games (1-3-2).Bostons backup goaltender Anton Khudobin made 23 saves. The Bruins have won just one game that regular netminder Tuukka Rask hasnt started.The Bruins lost 4-3 in overtime at Pittsburgh on Wednesday.Back-to-backs are tough, but weve got to be better, Chara said.After overcoming a two-goal deficit in the first period, Anaheim moved ahead 3-2 just 55 seconds into the second when Manson scored off his own rebound.The Bruins retied it at 3 on Krejcis power-play goal before the Dunks regained the lead on Rakells goal. Alone at the edge of the crease, he banged home the rebound of Sami Vatanens shot from the point for his eighth goal in 11 games.It could have been more, but Anaheim hit the post twice after taking the lead.Bernier was a bit lucky midway into the third when he deflected a shot and the puuck caromed off the post behind him, but he dived and covered it in the crease before a Boston player could push it into the net. Youth Wild Jerseys. They came at us. It shows a lot of character of this team to bounce back from 2-0, Bernier said. We get that timeout and to go out and score a goal is big.Bernier stopped Torey Krugs shot from the left circle with 17 seconds to play.Boston had jumped ahead 2-0 on goals by Chara and Czarnik midway into the opening period.Chara fired a slap shot from the point that went past Berniers glove. On the ensuing shift, Czarnik one-timed Ryan Spooners pass from the bottom of the left faceoff circle and the puck slipped inside the left post.Carlyle then called the timeout and his team responded a few minutes later.Cogliano sliced it to 2-1 at 12:44 after the rebound of his wrist shot caromed into the net off Krejci.After the timeout, they came hard and it was a tough break, Krejci said. It was me that put it in.The Ducks tied it when Bieksa stepped out of the penalty box, collected a pass from Getzlaf and skated in on a clean breakaway before slipping a wrister by Khudobin.Game notes The Bruins recalled LW Anton Blidh from AHLs Providence and sent down F Danton Heinan. ... Ducks LW Cogliano played in his 735th consecutive game, the sixth-longest streak in league history. Hes two behind Jay Bouwmeester. ... The Bruins lead the league with eight players who made their NHL debuts this season, and Arizona is second with six. No other team entered Thursday with more than four.UP NEXTDucks: Play their third of a six-game trip Saturday at Detroit.Bruins: Host the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday afternoon in their second of three straight at TD Garden. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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Usain Bolt says he was as surprised as anyone when Justin Gatlin failed to advance to Thursdays 200-meter final. Devan Dubnyk Jersey .Everybodys in shock, Bolt told BBC Radio 5 Live of Gatlin after the Jamaican advanced with the top time in Wednesdays semifinals. You can tell from the 100 meters hes getting old. Its a fact the older you get, the rougher it gets to double.In the evenings biggest stunner, Gatlin, who has given Bolt more run for his money than anyone else over the past four years, finished third in his heat.?The American said he rolled an ankle in the run-up to the Olympics and was happy just to make it here.Probably, I should have rested it instead of running on it, said Gatlin, who finished second to Bolt in the 100.In Bolts semifinal heat, the Jamaican star smiled and wagged his finger at a brash up-and-comer. Bolts main goal during the opening rounds is to conserve energy, which is exactly what he was doing when he looked to his right, saw Canadas Andre De Grasse a few steps behind him and put it on cruise control.The only problem was that De Grasse, the bronze medalist in the 100, didnt back down. He sped up, and suddenly the two were nose-to-nose, peering and smiling at each other down the stretch. Bolt finished in 19.78 to win by a scant 0.02 of a second. He wagged his finger at De Grasse as they crossed the line.That was really unnecessary, Bolt said. I dont know what he was trying to do. Hes a young kid. Hes great. He has a lot of talent. Im looking forward to the competition in the final.Bolt will go for his eighth Olympic gold Thursday.Bolt, who has his eyes on not only the win but maybe also another world record, is hoping his time will come Thursday night.I definitely think I can try for the world record, said the sprinter, whose current record in the 200 stands at 19.19 seconds. But now, its executing right, running the corner efficiently and coming in the straight and running the perfect race.But the 29-year-old Bolt also acknowledged that age is catching up with him, telling the BBC he has no plans to run the 200 meters in the 2017 world championships.Next year, if I go to the world championships [in London] Im not going to double, Bolt said. Im going to do the 100 meters, and that is it.The Associated Press contributed to this report. Wholesale NHL Wild Jerseys Womens Wild Jerseys http://www.wildjerseyscheap.com/?tag=gustav-olofsson-jersey . Bryzgalov stopped 25 shots on Saturday in the Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat. The Oilers signed Bryzgalov to a one-year $2 million contract last Friday after shedding payroll by dealing defenceman Ladislav Smid to the Flames. BOSTON -- Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle felt his decision was simple: Call the timeout.It worked out very well for his team Thursday night.Josh Manson and Rickard Rakell scored second-period goals to lead the Ducks to a 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins.Trailing 2-0 after the Bruins scored both goals in a 13-second span, Carlyle called time out and his team came charging back.Youre always looking for ways to motivate and stall the opposition when the momentum is all in their favor, he said. You hope it does. Sometimes you do it and it doesnt have any affect and you look like a dummy. `Whyd you do it?Andrew Cogliano and Kevin Bieksa also scored for the Ducks, who won for the seventh time in nine games. Jonathan Bernier stopped 31 shots.When you call a timeout, theres not much that needs to be said, Ducks forward Ryan Getzlaf said. Everyone knows whats going on. Its just a matter of being relaxed.Zdeno Chara, Austin Czarnik and David Krejci had Bostons goals. It was the Bruins fifth loss in six games (1-3-2).Bostons backup goaltender Anton Khudobin made 23 saves. The Bruins have won just one game that regular netminder Tuukka Rask hasnt started.The Bruins lost 4-3 in overtime at Pittsburgh on Wednesday.Back-to-backs are tough, but weve got to be better, Chara said.After overcoming a two-goal deficit in the first period, Anaheim moved ahead 3-2 just 55 seconds into the second when Manson scored off his own rebound.The Bruins retied it at 3 on Krejcis power-play goal before the Dunks regained the lead on Rakells goal. Alone at the edge of the crease, he banged home the rebound of Sami Vatanens shot from the point for his eighth goal in 11 games.It could have been more, but Anaheim hit the post twice after taking the lead.Bernier was a bit lucky midway into the third when he deflected a shot and the puuck caromed off the post behind him, but he dived and covered it in the crease before a Boston player could push it into the net. Youth Wild Jerseys. They came at us. It shows a lot of character of this team to bounce back from 2-0, Bernier said. We get that timeout and to go out and score a goal is big.Bernier stopped Torey Krugs shot from the left circle with 17 seconds to play.Boston had jumped ahead 2-0 on goals by Chara and Czarnik midway into the opening period.Chara fired a slap shot from the point that went past Berniers glove. On the ensuing shift, Czarnik one-timed Ryan Spooners pass from the bottom of the left faceoff circle and the puck slipped inside the left post.Carlyle then called the timeout and his team responded a few minutes later.Cogliano sliced it to 2-1 at 12:44 after the rebound of his wrist shot caromed into the net off Krejci.After the timeout, they came hard and it was a tough break, Krejci said. It was me that put it in.The Ducks tied it when Bieksa stepped out of the penalty box, collected a pass from Getzlaf and skated in on a clean breakaway before slipping a wrister by Khudobin.Game notes The Bruins recalled LW Anton Blidh from AHLs Providence and sent down F Danton Heinan. ... Ducks LW Cogliano played in his 735th consecutive game, the sixth-longest streak in league history. Hes two behind Jay Bouwmeester. ... The Bruins lead the league with eight players who made their NHL debuts this season, and Arizona is second with six. No other team entered Thursday with more than four.UP NEXTDucks: Play their third of a six-game trip Saturday at Detroit.Bruins: Host the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday afternoon in their second of three straight at TD Garden. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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There were times on Sunday at the Atlanta Open when John Isner probably wished he had gone to Rio for the Olympics. Khem Birch Jersey .While the temperature in Rio during Serena Williams 6-4, 6-2 over?Daria Gavrilova?was a pleasant 77 degrees, the?thermometer in Atlantas Atlantic Station seemed on the verge of exploding as the mercury ticked above 90, with the humidity making it feel even hotter.Not as hot as Isners opponent, Nick Kyrgios, though. Isner, the three-time defending champion, staggered and stumbled in the first-set tiebreaker on wobbly legs, looking conspicuously woozy. Although he went through the motions, Isner folded in two tiebreakers. Kyrgios went on to win the title match 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4) .The conditions were tough, Kyrgios said afterward. But its always tough against John.Not as tough as it has sometimes been in the past. Isner seems to have misplaced his talent for winning tiebreakers this year; hes 24-23 in them on the season, a disappointing mark for a player with a humongous serve.But the terms for anyone playing Isner in the U.S. summer are still daunting. It was one of the reasons Isner chose not to travel to Rio. But there were others. While?Roger Federer takes enormous pride in being a citizen of the world, Isner is comparably gratified being a former Georgia Bulldog and citizen of the great state of North Carolina. He enjoys one big sea-to-shining sea advantage among those amber waves of grain.Theres more. For these Olympics, neither the ATP nor the WTA is awarding rankings points. With 250 points from Isners win in Atlanta last year dropping off, and the Olympics being both unpredictable and loaded, his decision might not be noble. But it is understandable.Kyrgios is a different case altogether. Unlike Isner, whos on excellent terms with tennis powers in the U.S., Kyrgios has been engaged in a running battle with the Australian establishment. He pulled out of the Olympic Games (following in the footsteps of fellow malcontent Bernard Tomic) in June, claiming he had been subject to unwarranted attacks and unfair and unjust treatment at the hands of the Australian Olympic Committee.The 21-year-old from Canberra, now ranked No. 18, claimed on his website that he had the backing of Tennis Australia. But Kyrgios charged that the federation had engaged in a month-long campaign of public and private disparagement and pre-empted further controversy by pulling his name from consideration. (Although Kyrgios would have been eligible by ranking, Olympians still must be nominated by their federations, which work closely with the Olympic committee.)All that is backstory. The front story is that both men who bailed on Rio, along with the likes of Sam Querrey, Tomas Berdych, Milos Raonic and others (including some women, led by No. 3 Simona Halep) are either in a position to enhance their rankings or at a potential advantage for the climax of the summer, the US Open.For a nine-day event, the tennis in Rio will exact a heavy toll physically and emotionally. Some of the players will be competing in three events. Olympic tennis players will be welcomed back by the blazing heat of the Cincinnati Masters, a combined mandatory event. A week after Cincy ends, the US Open gets underway.The pros who declined to take part in the Olympics were rewarded with chances to boost their rankings. Theyre also on a more sensible schedule with less emotional stress. And they have a little more wiggle room in their schedules in the weeks ahead. Kyrgios has already felt the benefit of turning down his country. He won just the second title of his career Sunday, added 250 rankings points to his total and pocketed almost $110,000. (The Olympics offers no prize money.)The points will be enough for Kyrgios to change places with the player ranked one rung above him. That happens to be Isner.Maybe the big American should have gone to Rio, after all. Shaquille ONeal Jersey .35 million, one-year contract that avoided salary arbitration. Plouffe batted .254 with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs in 477 at-bats last season, his second as a regular in the lineup. D.J. Augustin Jersey . Its the second straight game Bell has scored in extra time for Kelowna, which beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-5 on Friday, and he now has four game-winning goals on the season. http://www.cheapmagicjerseys.com/?tag=cheap-grant-hill-jersey . Argentina winger Ezequiel Lavezzi and France midfielder Blaise Matuidi scored, with star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic setting up both despite having a poor game by his high standards. Forward Eduardo gave Ajaccio the lead in the sixth minute after being set up by right winger Benjamin Andre, and the Corsican side looked comfortable in the first half, with the lively Johan Cavalli causing problems with his probing runs from midfield. In leading his team to an NBA-best 10-2 start, Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been arguably the leagues best player. Behind career-high 45.8 percent 3-point shooting, Paul leads the NBA in player efficiency rating (PER) and Basketball-Reference.coms win shares.Earlier this week, Paul offered an unlikely explanation for why hes off to such a hot start: corrected vision. Paul shared with reporters that after years of faking his way through eye tests and squinting to see play calls from the sideline, he underwentt Lasik eye surgery over the summer. Cheap Swingman Magic Jerseys. My brother sent me a text the other day saying my percentage is up because of my Lasik eye surgery, Paul said. I was laughing, but my doctor did the surgery -- who was amazing by the way -- his other clients, he said their percentages actually went up the next season.Could Lasik really explain why Paul is shooting so well? Lets take a look. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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There were times on Sunday at the Atlanta Open when John Isner probably wished he had gone to Rio for the Olympics. Khem Birch Jersey .While the temperature in Rio during Serena Williams 6-4, 6-2 over?Daria Gavrilova?was a pleasant 77 degrees, the?thermometer in Atlantas Atlantic Station seemed on the verge of exploding as the mercury ticked above 90, with the humidity making it feel even hotter.Not as hot as Isners opponent, Nick Kyrgios, though. Isner, the three-time defending champion, staggered and stumbled in the first-set tiebreaker on wobbly legs, looking conspicuously woozy. Although he went through the motions, Isner folded in two tiebreakers. Kyrgios went on to win the title match 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4) .The conditions were tough, Kyrgios said afterward. But its always tough against John.Not as tough as it has sometimes been in the past. Isner seems to have misplaced his talent for winning tiebreakers this year; hes 24-23 in them on the season, a disappointing mark for a player with a humongous serve.But the terms for anyone playing Isner in the U.S. summer are still daunting. It was one of the reasons Isner chose not to travel to Rio. But there were others. While?Roger Federer takes enormous pride in being a citizen of the world, Isner is comparably gratified being a former Georgia Bulldog and citizen of the great state of North Carolina. He enjoys one big sea-to-shining sea advantage among those amber waves of grain.Theres more. For these Olympics, neither the ATP nor the WTA is awarding rankings points. With 250 points from Isners win in Atlanta last year dropping off, and the Olympics being both unpredictable and loaded, his decision might not be noble. But it is understandable.Kyrgios is a different case altogether. Unlike Isner, whos on excellent terms with tennis powers in the U.S., Kyrgios has been engaged in a running battle with the Australian establishment. He pulled out of the Olympic Games (following in the footsteps of fellow malcontent Bernard Tomic) in June, claiming he had been subject to unwarranted attacks and unfair and unjust treatment at the hands of the Australian Olympic Committee.The 21-year-old from Canberra, now ranked No. 18, claimed on his website that he had the backing of Tennis Australia. But Kyrgios charged that the federation had engaged in a month-long campaign of public and private disparagement and pre-empted further controversy by pulling his name from consideration. (Although Kyrgios would have been eligible by ranking, Olympians still must be nominated by their federations, which work closely with the Olympic committee.)All that is backstory. The front story is that both men who bailed on Rio, along with the likes of Sam Querrey, Tomas Berdych, Milos Raonic and others (including some women, led by No. 3 Simona Halep) are either in a position to enhance their rankings or at a potential advantage for the climax of the summer, the US Open.For a nine-day event, the tennis in Rio will exact a heavy toll physically and emotionally. Some of the players will be competing in three events. Olympic tennis players will be welcomed back by the blazing heat of the Cincinnati Masters, a combined mandatory event. A week after Cincy ends, the US Open gets underway.The pros who declined to take part in the Olympics were rewarded with chances to boost their rankings. Theyre also on a more sensible schedule with less emotional stress. And they have a little more wiggle room in their schedules in the weeks ahead. Kyrgios has already felt the benefit of turning down his country. He won just the second title of his career Sunday, added 250 rankings points to his total and pocketed almost $110,000. (The Olympics offers no prize money.)The points will be enough for Kyrgios to change places with the player ranked one rung above him. That happens to be Isner.Maybe the big American should have gone to Rio, after all. Shaquille ONeal Jersey .35 million, one-year contract that avoided salary arbitration. Plouffe batted .254 with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs in 477 at-bats last season, his second as a regular in the lineup. D.J. Augustin Jersey . Its the second straight game Bell has scored in extra time for Kelowna, which beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-5 on Friday, and he now has four game-winning goals on the season. http://www.cheapmagicjerseys.com/?tag=cheap-grant-hill-jersey . Argentina winger Ezequiel Lavezzi and France midfielder Blaise Matuidi scored, with star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic setting up both despite having a poor game by his high standards. Forward Eduardo gave Ajaccio the lead in the sixth minute after being set up by right winger Benjamin Andre, and the Corsican side looked comfortable in the first half, with the lively Johan Cavalli causing problems with his probing runs from midfield. In leading his team to an NBA-best 10-2 start, Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been arguably the leagues best player. Behind career-high 45.8 percent 3-point shooting, Paul leads the NBA in player efficiency rating (PER) and Basketball-Reference.coms win shares.Earlier this week, Paul offered an unlikely explanation for why hes off to such a hot start: corrected vision. Paul shared with reporters that after years of faking his way through eye tests and squinting to see play calls from the sideline, he underwentt Lasik eye surgery over the summer. Cheap Swingman Magic Jerseys. My brother sent me a text the other day saying my percentage is up because of my Lasik eye surgery, Paul said. I was laughing, but my doctor did the surgery -- who was amazing by the way -- his other clients, he said their percentages actually went up the next season.Could Lasik really explain why Paul is shooting so well? Lets take a look. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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WASHINGTON -- Catcher Jose Lobaton and the Washington Nationals on Thursday agreed to a one-year contract for 2017, avoiding arbitration. Louisville Cardinals Luke Hancock Jersey .Lobaton hit .232 in 99 at-bats during the regular season as a backup to Wilson Ramos.But Ramos was injured in September, allowing Lobaton to get a chance at a more prominent role in the playoffs. He wound up getting two hits in nine at-bats in Washingtons five-game loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers in their NL Division Series, including a three-run homer in a Game 2 victory for the Nationals.The 32-year-old Lobaton has played seven seasons in the majors, the last three with Washington. Womens Louisville Cardinals Jerseys . PAUL, Minn. Louisville Cardinals Russ Smith Jersey . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. http://www.louisvillecardinalsjerseys.us/ . A forerunning sled crashed into the worker Thursday at the Sanki Sliding Center. The unidentified worker broke both legs and was airlifted to a nearby hospital. Striker Brendon Santalab insists the Wanderers arent buying into Graham Arnolds pre-Sydney derby banter.The Sydney FC coach this week declared his team were the real owners of ANZ Stadium, the venue of Saturday nights cross-city A-League showdown, despite it being one of the Wanderers homee grounds. Louisville Cardinals Jerseys College. Theres a red and black net here so its clear to see were at home. I dont know where Arnie pulled that one from, Santalab said on Thursday. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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PITTSBURGH -- Ramon Foster knows the drill, even if its one the Pittsburgh Steelers have been largely able to avoid most of the last four-plus decades. Custom Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys .When a team that began September with realistic Super Bowl expectations finds itself listing as Thanksgiving nears like the Steelers (4-5) are following a late defensive meltdown cost them against Dallas on Sunday, drama -- either real or imagined -- is sure to follow.Its why Foster found himself at his locker on Monday answering questions about everything from the teams confidence in coach Mike Tomlin to quarterback Ben Roethlisbergers grousing about accountability.When you have that type of hype and you dont live up to it in the middle of the season, you kind of lose a lot people, Foster said. Im OK with that. Well be fine.Eventually perhaps, but not at the moment. While Foster remains resolute that theres time for Pittsburgh to get it together -- starting with a trip on Sunday to winless Cleveland (0-10) -- he understands the angst. The Steelers were supposed to challenge Denver and New England for AFC supremacy. Instead theyre under .500 and behind underwhelming Baltimore in the blah AFC North.The thing we cant do is bury ourselves, Foster said. At this point it seems everybody is against us.Yet Foster stressed the Steelers are not against themselves. Asked if hes aware of a sense of growing dissatisfaction from the outside about Tomlin, Foster just shrugged his shoulders.Its easy to do that, Foster said. You go for the head. If (anything) goes wrong, it rolls from the top down.Foster thinks the blame is better resting elsewhere, namely on the 53 men who are in the middle of a four-game slide thats removed all of the good vibes surrounding a 4-1 start. He has little issue with Tomlins decision to attempt four 2-point conversions, even if all of them failed.Id do it again though, Foster said. We practice it. Whos to say, maybe itll work for us in the Super Bowl?Foster punctuated the response with a smile. Considering the state of the division, the Steelers are hardly out of it. Yet they hardly look like a team capable of making any sort of postseason noise should they even manage to make it.They did at times against the Cowboys, taking an early nine-point lead and twice scoring touchdowns to go in front in the fourth quarter. If either of those touchdowns hold up -- LeVeon Bells lunging 1-yard dive or Roethlisbergers fake spike that turned into a 15-yard lob to Antonio Brown -- Pittsburgh is back above .500 after knocking off the hottest team in the NFL.Its a razor thin margin between narratives and it doesnt take someone whos been around like Foster to figure it out. Its why rookie safety Sean Davis couldnt stop replaying the 15-yard facemask penalty on Cowboys tight end Jason Witten that set the stage for Ezekiel Elliotts clinching 32-yard sprint with 9 seconds to go.Yeah, it ate me up a little bit last night, Davis said. But its over. Cant do anything about it right now. You shouldnt see any more facemask penalties for me for a very long time.Thats Davis trying to hold himself accountable, an issue Roethlisberger hinted at in frustration in the middle of a quiet Pittsburgh locker room Sunday afternoon. Roethlisberger called his team undisciplined and not accountable but declined to get into specifics, simply calling it a feeling.Foster described Roethlisbergers message as simply take on your own battles first, meaning handle your business before worrying about someone elses. Of course the tenor changes completely if Dallas doesnt score last.Thats the NFL, linebacker Arthur Moats said. Theres no moral victories. Its pass/fail. We understand that coming in ... we know the type of team that we have. We know the potential we have.Theyre running out of time to show it. Four of Pittsburghs next five games are on the road and even the luckless Browns hardly seem like a pushover for a team that hasnt won away from Heinz Field since Week 1.At this point wed be very idiotic to think Cleveland is not going to play us as hard as they can, Foster said. Theyre 0-8 or 0-9 and were freaking 0-4 in our last four games. Theyre going to be chomping at the bit.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Denis Savard Jersey . McCarthy, a player who played some games in the second tier for Wigan at the start of this season, would go on to shine inside Evertons midfield, outplaying the man he was brought in to replace, on one of the grandest stages in English football. On Saturday, it was fitting that Manchester Uniteds most recent dagger into the chest was delivered by Frenchman Yohan Cabaye, a wonderfully gifted central midfielder who put on an outstanding effort for Newcastle at Old Trafford. Clark Griswold Jersey .R. Smith realized how easily basketball can be taken from him, and he wasnt going to take his place in the NBA for granted anymore. http://www.blackhawksauthority.com/ .C. - The Carolina Hurricanes have placed backup goalie Anton Khudobin on injured reserve with an unspecified lower-body injury.BRESCIA, Italy -- Vincenzo Nibali coasted to the Giro dItalia title in the final stage of the three-week classic Sunday, while Mark Cavendish won the 21st leg in a sprint finish for his fifth victory in this years race. For Nibali, an Italian with the Astana team, the title cemented his status in an elite group of current riders considered capable of winning Grand Tours, along with Alberto Contador, Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins. Nibali took the overall leaders pink jersey after the seventh stage, never gave it up, and padded his lead by winning the final two mountain stages in dominating fashion. Wearing entirely pink, Nibali was celebrated by fans throughout the mostly ceremonial final stage. "It was a really unique emotion hearing all the fans cheering for me," Nibali said. "I really enjoyed this stage. It was unbelievable seeing all those people along the road. This victory crowns a lifes dream." Rigoberto Uran of Colombia finished second overall and Cadel Evans of Australia, the 2011 Tour de France winner, was third, 4:43 and 5:52 behind Nibali, respectively. Evans said from the start that he was using the Giro to prepare for the Tour. "Like I said from the first day, I came here to recover the days of racing I lost last year to illness and to get back to my best," Evans said. "Not looking at results, but in terms of objectives to work for, it was really successful. To be on the podium for what was, in some ways, just a training ride, is something." It was Cavendishs 15th win in his Giro career and 41st in cyclings three Grand Tours -- the Giro, Tour de France and Spanish Vuelta. He has a career total of 102 victories. "Ive always just wanted to win," Cavendish said. "Ive been addicted to it since I was a child. Just wanting to win brings the best out of everyone. Especially when you have a team built around you, you have to deliver 100 per cent. Thats what I try to do. If someone comes along who is faster, Ill go home, work harder, and come back faster the next year. Its as simple as this." The British rider with the Omega Pharma-Quick Step team clocked 5 hours, 30 minutes, 8 seconds over the 206-kilometre (128-mile) leg from Riese Pio X to Brescia. The stage route was altered slightly due to avoidd passing through a few towns where local elections were being held. Cheap Blackhawks Jerseys. Italians Sacha Modolo and Elia Viviani finished second and third in the stage, respectively, with the same time as Cavendish. The end of the stage was held entirely in Brescia, over a 4.2-kilometre (2.6-mile) circuit that was completed seven times. Part of the circuit took riders over cobblestones. While much of the three-week race was characterized by wet and cold weather, including hard rain and even a snow blizzard in the penultimate stage Saturday, the final leg was held under clear skies. Cavendish also secured the red points jersey by winning an intermediate sprint with 16 kilometres (10 miles) to go. Its the first time he has won the points jersey at the Giro, adding it to his jerseys from the 2010 Vuelta and the 2011 Tour. "Im lucky, the peloton is full of gentlemen that were content to let me fight for the punch (red jersey)," Cavendish said. "Nibali could have fought for it, but he was content to go for the maglia rosa (pink jersey)." After Cavendishs sprint, Nibali rode across the finish with his arms raised. While Nibali is not planning to ride the Tour this year, he could attempt to win the Vuelta in August and September, and perhaps go for the world title in Florence, also in September. It was his second Grand Tour victory, having also won the 2010 Vuelta. He finished third in last years Tour behind the Team Sky duo of Wiggins and Froome. Wiggins began the Giro as one of the pre-race favourites but the British rider withdrew before the 13th stage due to a chest infection. Defending champion Ryder Hesjedal also pulled out at the same stage, citing a "deteriorating physical condition." A 28-year-old from Messina, Sicily, Nibali (prounounced NEE-ba-lee) is nicknamed the "Shark of the Strait," after the Straight of Messina. Giuseppe Martinelli, Nibalis team director at Astana, has now guided six different riders to a total of seven Grand Tour wins. His other wins came with Marco Pantani (who had two), Stefano Garzelli, Gilberto Simoni, Damiano Cunego and Alberto Contador. Nibali has twice finished on the Giro podium previously, placing third in 2010 and second in 2011 after Contador was stripped of victory for doping. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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CHASKA, Minn. Nike Air Max 97 CR7 Rosse . -- Whats next for the European Team? The funniest line I heard was from former Ryder Cup captain Mark James who joked, Well have two task forces next time, with 12 guys on each one. Thatll show them. Sometimes you get beat by a better team, but you will be graded.(Find Team USAs Day 3 grades here.)Rafael Cabrera-BelloGrade: A+ 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-0-1; Four-Ball 1-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-0-1 Career record, prior to 2016: Foursomes 0-0-1; Four-Ball 1-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-0-1 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)One man went undefeated for the European team. Rafa was a rookie sensation, especially with his dominating performance against Jimmy Walker on Sunday. Remember his name.Matt FitzpatrickGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Career record, prior to 2016: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)Four bogeys will never win a match in perfect weather. As the anchor match, a win wouldnt have mattered to the outcome, but could have mattered for the grade. Going 0-2 gets a fail.Sergio GarciaGrade: C 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-1; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 0-0-1; Overall: 1-2-2 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 9-3-3; Four-Ball 7-4-3; Singles: 3-4-1; Overall: 19-11-7 Ryder Cup appearances: 8 (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016)The epic battle Garcia and Mickelson put on completely saved the Spaniards overall grade. A losing record in 2016 is disappointing, but I was out there and saw the heckling he had to deal with. It was shameful.Martin KaymerGrade: D+ 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 1-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-1-2; Four-Ball 2-4-1; Singles: 3-1-0; Overall: 5-6-3 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) Note: Captains pickHe had a great win over Matt Kuchar in singles on Sunday, but it didnt matter by then as the cup was long gone.Rory McIlroyGrade: B 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 3-2-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 4-3-1; Four-Ball 3-2-2; Singles: 2-1-1; Overall: 9-6-4 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)Even with a loss, he and Patrick Reed put on a show for eight holes that will have people talking for decades. An overall winning record, Rory might have also found a long term partner for the two-man formats in Thomas Pieters.Thomas PietersGrade: A 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 4-1-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 4-1-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016) Note: Captains pickAmericans need to be afraid when they see this man on a golf course if hes playing against in the Ryder Cup. Even Tiger asked me on Sunday what I knew about the big guy from Belgium. We know all about him now.Justin RoseGrade: C- 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 2-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 5-2-1; Four-Ball 4-3-0; Singles: 2-1-1; Overall: 11-6-2 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2008, 2012, 2014, 2016)Sloppy play cost him holes against Rickie Fowler after having the lead, which turned into a loss. Being part of the three epic, emotional battles between Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed made a losing record somewhat acceptable.Henrik StensonGrade: B 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-2-0; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 2-3-1; Four-Ball 3-2-1; Singles: 2-2-0; Overall: 7-7-2 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2006, 2008, 2014, 2016)An amazing performance against Jordan Spieth on Sunday, two of Stensons losses were in the great battles with Justin Rose against Spieth and Patrick Reed.Andy SullivanGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)He got the short end of the stick Sunday going against Brandt Snedeker, but the Englishman did himself no favors making bogeys on three of the last six holes in the match.Lee WestwoodGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-1-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 9-5-4; Four-Ball 8-5-3; Singles: 3-7-0; Overall: 20-18-6 Ryder Cup appearances: 10 (1997, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) Note: Captains pickA captains pick who goes oh-fer is no good to his captain or his team. A sports psychologist might be needed to work out a relationship with the putter.Danny WillettGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-0-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-0-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)His grade was earned as much by his brother Peter as by Danny. While its not fair to mercilessly heckle a guy, twice he had teammates, and theres a Best Buy close to the course that sells noise-canceling headphones ... or you could ask Rory for his.Chris WoodGrade: C 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-0-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 1-1-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 1-0-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 1-1-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)Not surprised Wood couldnt hang with Dustin Johnson. I was more shocked that Sunday was only his second match of the week. Nike Epic React Flyknit Rosa . -- Ken Appleby made 32 saves for his first shutout of the season to lead the Oshawa Generals to a 2-0 win over the Belleville Bulls on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League action. Nike Air VaporMax 97 Nere Reflect AO4542-001 Nere/Bianche . During the athletes parade, the 23-strong Ukrainian team was represented by a lone flagbearer in an apparent protest at the presence of Russian troops in Ukraines Crimean peninsula. http://www.airmaxshopitalia.it/donne-nike-vapormax-moc-flyknit-multicolore-nere-hot-punch-aa4155-003-vendita-online.html . 4 Villanova with a 96-68 drubbing on Monday. Wragge hit 9-of-14 from behind the arc, matching Kyle Korvers school record for 3-pointers in a game set in 2003, as Creighton (16-3, 6-1 Big East broke a conference record with 21 treys in the rout. BAD GRIESBACH, Germany -- French golfer Alexander Levy wasted a four-shot lead but beat Ross Fisher of England in a playoff to win the shortened European Open on Sunday.Levy had bogeys on the 16th and the 18th and narrowly missed a birdie putt on the 17th to finish the day at 2-under 69 and 19-under overall.Fisher shot 7-under 64 on the final day but also missed a birdie putt on the 17th and tied with Levy on 19 under. Levy then made a birdie on the second playoff hole to claim the title.The tournament was reduced to 54 holes because of fog delays over the first three days.Levy entered the third and final round with a four-shot lead at 17 under after 36 bogey-free holes.He hadd three bogeys in his first five holes as playing partner Fisher kept closing the gap to be one shot behind on the final tee. Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 97. The Frenchman put his second shot into the spectators area to send it into a playoff.Levy missed his first three cuts of the season and then had two spells on the sidelines in the summer due to injury. But he has been in fine form since his return at the start of the month, finishing in a tie for seventh at last weeks Italian Open.Two Swedes, Robert Karlsson (65) and Michael Jonzon (68), tied for third at 16 under. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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CHASKA, Minn. Nike Air Max 97 CR7 Rosse . -- Whats next for the European Team? The funniest line I heard was from former Ryder Cup captain Mark James who joked, Well have two task forces next time, with 12 guys on each one. Thatll show them. Sometimes you get beat by a better team, but you will be graded.(Find Team USAs Day 3 grades here.)Rafael Cabrera-BelloGrade: A+ 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-0-1; Four-Ball 1-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-0-1 Career record, prior to 2016: Foursomes 0-0-1; Four-Ball 1-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-0-1 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)One man went undefeated for the European team. Rafa was a rookie sensation, especially with his dominating performance against Jimmy Walker on Sunday. Remember his name.Matt FitzpatrickGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Career record, prior to 2016: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)Four bogeys will never win a match in perfect weather. As the anchor match, a win wouldnt have mattered to the outcome, but could have mattered for the grade. Going 0-2 gets a fail.Sergio GarciaGrade: C 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-1; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 0-0-1; Overall: 1-2-2 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 9-3-3; Four-Ball 7-4-3; Singles: 3-4-1; Overall: 19-11-7 Ryder Cup appearances: 8 (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016)The epic battle Garcia and Mickelson put on completely saved the Spaniards overall grade. A losing record in 2016 is disappointing, but I was out there and saw the heckling he had to deal with. It was shameful.Martin KaymerGrade: D+ 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 1-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-1-2; Four-Ball 2-4-1; Singles: 3-1-0; Overall: 5-6-3 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) Note: Captains pickHe had a great win over Matt Kuchar in singles on Sunday, but it didnt matter by then as the cup was long gone.Rory McIlroyGrade: B 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 3-2-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 4-3-1; Four-Ball 3-2-2; Singles: 2-1-1; Overall: 9-6-4 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)Even with a loss, he and Patrick Reed put on a show for eight holes that will have people talking for decades. An overall winning record, Rory might have also found a long term partner for the two-man formats in Thomas Pieters.Thomas PietersGrade: A 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 4-1-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 2-0-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 4-1-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016) Note: Captains pickAmericans need to be afraid when they see this man on a golf course if hes playing against in the Ryder Cup. Even Tiger asked me on Sunday what I knew about the big guy from Belgium. We know all about him now.Justin RoseGrade: C- 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-1-0; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 2-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 5-2-1; Four-Ball 4-3-0; Singles: 2-1-1; Overall: 11-6-2 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2008, 2012, 2014, 2016)Sloppy play cost him holes against Rickie Fowler after having the lead, which turned into a loss. Being part of the three epic, emotional battles between Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed made a losing record somewhat acceptable.Henrik StensonGrade: B 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-2-0; Four-Ball 1-1-0; Singles: 1-0-0; Overall: 2-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 2-3-1; Four-Ball 3-2-1; Singles: 2-2-0; Overall: 7-7-2 Ryder Cup appearances: 4 (2006, 2008, 2014, 2016)An amazing performance against Jordan Spieth on Sunday, two of Stensons losses were in the great battles with Justin Rose against Spieth and Patrick Reed.Andy SullivanGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-2-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)He got the short end of the stick Sunday going against Brandt Snedeker, but the Englishman did himself no favors making bogeys on three of the last six holes in the match.Lee WestwoodGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-1-0; Four-Ball 0-1-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 9-5-4; Four-Ball 8-5-3; Singles: 3-7-0; Overall: 20-18-6 Ryder Cup appearances: 10 (1997, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) Note: Captains pickA captains pick who goes oh-fer is no good to his captain or his team. A sports psychologist might be needed to work out a relationship with the putter.Danny WillettGrade: F 2016 Record: Foursomes 0-0-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 0-0-0; Four-Ball 0-2-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 0-3-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)His grade was earned as much by his brother Peter as by Danny. While its not fair to mercilessly heckle a guy, twice he had teammates, and theres a Best Buy close to the course that sells noise-canceling headphones ... or you could ask Rory for his.Chris WoodGrade: C 2016 Record: Foursomes 1-0-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 1-1-0 Career record, including 2016: Foursomes 1-0-0; Four-Ball 0-0-0; Singles: 0-1-0; Overall: 1-1-0 Ryder Cup appearances: 1 (2016)Not surprised Wood couldnt hang with Dustin Johnson. I was more shocked that Sunday was only his second match of the week. Nike Epic React Flyknit Rosa . -- Ken Appleby made 32 saves for his first shutout of the season to lead the Oshawa Generals to a 2-0 win over the Belleville Bulls on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey League action. Nike Air VaporMax 97 Nere Reflect AO4542-001 Nere/Bianche . During the athletes parade, the 23-strong Ukrainian team was represented by a lone flagbearer in an apparent protest at the presence of Russian troops in Ukraines Crimean peninsula. http://www.airmaxshopitalia.it/donne-nike-vapormax-moc-flyknit-multicolore-nere-hot-punch-aa4155-003-vendita-online.html . 4 Villanova with a 96-68 drubbing on Monday. Wragge hit 9-of-14 from behind the arc, matching Kyle Korvers school record for 3-pointers in a game set in 2003, as Creighton (16-3, 6-1 Big East broke a conference record with 21 treys in the rout. BAD GRIESBACH, Germany -- French golfer Alexander Levy wasted a four-shot lead but beat Ross Fisher of England in a playoff to win the shortened European Open on Sunday.Levy had bogeys on the 16th and the 18th and narrowly missed a birdie putt on the 17th to finish the day at 2-under 69 and 19-under overall.Fisher shot 7-under 64 on the final day but also missed a birdie putt on the 17th and tied with Levy on 19 under. Levy then made a birdie on the second playoff hole to claim the title.The tournament was reduced to 54 holes because of fog delays over the first three days.Levy entered the third and final round with a four-shot lead at 17 under after 36 bogey-free holes.He hadd three bogeys in his first five holes as playing partner Fisher kept closing the gap to be one shot behind on the final tee. Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 97. The Frenchman put his second shot into the spectators area to send it into a playoff.Levy missed his first three cuts of the season and then had two spells on the sidelines in the summer due to injury. But he has been in fine form since his return at the start of the month, finishing in a tie for seventh at last weeks Italian Open.Two Swedes, Robert Karlsson (65) and Michael Jonzon (68), tied for third at 16 under. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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Mo Farah, BritainSilver: Dejen Gebremeskel, EthiopiaBronze: Muktar Edris, Ethiopia10,000Gold: Mo Farah, BritainSilver: Yigrem Demelash, EthiopiaBronze: William Malel Sitonik, KenyaMarathonGold: Eliud Kipchoge, KenyaSilver: Ghirmay Ghebreslassie, EritreaBronze: Stanley Biwott, Kenya110 HurdlesGold: Omar McLeod, JamaicaSilver: Hansle Parchment, JamaicaBronze: Devon Allen, United States400 HurdlesGold: Kerron Clement, United StatesSilver: Michael Tinsley, United StatesBronze: Yasmani Copello, Turkey3,000 SteeplechaseGold: Conseslus Kipruto, KenyaSilver: Ezekiel Kemboi, KenyaBronze: Brimin Kipruto, Kenya20K WalkGold: Eiki Takahashi, JapanSilver: Wang Zhen, ChinaBronze: Miguel Angel Lopez, Spain50K WalkGold: Jared Tallent, AustraliaSilver: Yohann Diniz, FranceBronze: Takayuki Tanii, JapanDecathlonGold: Ashton Eaton, United StatesSilver: Damian Warner, CanadaBronze: Arthur Abele, GermanyLong JumpGold: Greg Rutherford, BritainSilver: Jarrion Lawson, United StatesBronze: Fabrice Lapierre, AustraliaTriple JumpGold: Christian Taylor, United StatesSilver: Will Claye, United StatesBronze: Dong Bin, ChinaHigh JumpGold: Mutaz Essa Barshim, QatarSilver: Derek Drouin, CanadaBronze: Erik Kynard, United StatesPole VaultGold: Renaud Lavillenie, FranceSilver: Shawn Barber, CanadaBronze: Sam Kendricks, United StatesJavelinGold: Thomas Rohler, GermanySilver: Zigismunds Sirmais, LatviaBronze: Julius Yego, KenyaDiscusGold: Piotr Malachowski, PolandSilver: Philip Milanov, BelgiumBronze: Christoph Harting, GermanyShot PutGold: Joe Kovacs, United StatesSilver: David Storl, GermanyBronze: Ryan Crouser, United StatesHammerGold: Pawel Fajdek, PolandSilver: Ivan Tsikhan, BelarusBronze: Dilshod Nazarov, Tajikistan4x100 RelayGold: JamaicaSilver: United StatesBronze: Canada4x400 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: BritainBronze: Trinidad and TobagoWomen100 metersGold: Tori Bowie, United StatesSilver: Dafne Schippers, NetherlandsBronze: English Gardner, United States200Gold: Dafne Schippers, 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Kenya20K WalkGold: Liu Hong, ChinaSilver: Lu Xiuzhi, ChinaBronze: Maria Guadalupe Gonzalez, MexicoHeptathlonGold: Brianne Theisen-Eaton, CanadaSilver: Jessica Ennis-Hill, BritainBronze: Laura Ikauniece-Admidina, LatviaLong JumpGold: Brittney Reese, United StatesSilver: Tianna Bartoletta, United StatesBronze: Brooke Stratton, AustraliaTriple JumpGold: Caterine Ibarguen, ColombiaSilver: Yulimar Rojas, VenezuelaBronze: Paraskevi Papachristou, GreeceHigh JumpGold: Chaunte Lowe, United StatesSilver: Ruth Beitia, SpainBronze: Vashti Cunningham, United StatesPole VaultGold: Jenn Suhr, United StatesSilver: Fabiana Murer, BrazilBronze: Ekaterini Stefanidi, GreeceJavelinGold: Barbora Spotakova, Czech RepublicSilver: Christin Hussong, GermanyBronze: Tatsiana Khaladovich, BelarusDiscusGold: Sandra Perkovic, CroatiaSilver: Yaime Perez, CubaBronze: Julia Fischer, GermanyShot PutGold: Valerie Adams, New ZealandSilver: Michelle Carter, United StatesBronze: Gong Lijiao, ChinaHammerGold: Anita Wlodarczyk, PolandSilver: Betty Heidler, GermanyBronze: Gwen Berry, United States4x100 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: JamaicaBronze: Netherlands4x400 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: JamaicaBronze: BritainBADMINTONMens SinglesGold: Chen Long, ChinaSilver: Lee Chong Wei, MalaysiaBronze: Lin Dan, China; Viktor Axelsen, DenmarkWomens SinglesGold: Carolina Marin, SpainSilver: Wang Yihan, ChinaBronze: Li Xuerui, China; Ratchanok Intanon, ThailandMens DoublesGold: Lee Yong-dae and Yoo Yeon-seong, South KoreaSilver: Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan, IndonesiaBronze: Kim Gi-jung and Kim Sa-rang, South Korea; Fu Haifeng and Zhang Nan, ChinaWomens DoublesGold: Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi, JapanSilver: Tang Yuanting and Yu Yang, ChinaBronze: Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari, Indonesia; Jung Kyung-eun and Shin Seung-chan, South KoreaMixed DoublesGold: Ko Sung-hyun and Kim Ha-na, South KoreaSilver: Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei, ChinaBronze: Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Christinna Pedersen, Denmark; Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir, IndonesiaBASKETBALLMenGold: United StatesSilver: FranceBronze: SpainWomenGold: United StatesSilver: AustraliaBronze: FranceBEACH VOLLEYBALLMenGold: Alison/Bruno, BrazilSilver: Alexander Brouwer/Robert Meeuwsen, NetherlandsBronze: Aleksandrs Samoilovs/Janis Smedins, LatviaWomenGold: Kerri Walsh Jennings/April Ross, United StatesSilver: Larissa/Talita, BrazilBronze: Agatha/Barbara, BrazilBOXINGMenLight flyweight (49 kg)Gold: Vasily Egorov, RussiaSilver: Paddy Barnes, IrelandBronze: Joahnys Argilagos, Cuba; Birzhan Zhakypov, KazakhstanFlyweight (52 kg)Gold: Yosvany Veitia, CubaSilver: Elvin Mamishzada, AzerbaijanBronze: Jeyvier Cintron, Puerto Rico; Muhammad Ali, BritainBantamweight (56 kg)Gold: Robeisy Ramirez, CubaSilver: Shakur Stevenson, United StatesBronze: Michael Conlan, Ireland; Vladimir Nikitin, RussiaLightweight (60 kg)Gold: Lazaro Alvarez, CubaSilver: Albert Selimov, AzerbaijanBronze: Robson Conceicao, Brazil; Amnat Ruenroeng, ThailandLight welterweight (64 kg)Gold: Yasniel Toledo, CubaSilver: Lorenzo Sotomayor, AzerbaijanBronze: Vitaly Dunaytsev, Russia; Pat McCormack, BritainWelterweight (69 kg)Gold: Daniyar Yeleussinov, KazakhstanSilver: Mohammed Rabii, MoroccoBronze: Parviz Baghirov, Azerbaijan; Vincenzo Mangiacapre, ItalyMiddleweight (75 kg)Gold: Bektemir Melikuziev, UzbekistanSilver: Arlen Lopez, CubaBronze: Anthony Fowler, Britain; Hosam Abdin, EgyptLight heavyweight (81 kg)Gold: Julio Cesar La Cruz, CubaSilver: Teymur Mammadov, AzerbaijanBronze: Hassan NDam, Cameroon; Joe Ward, IrelandHeavyweight (91 kg)Gold: Evgeny Tishchenko, RussiaSilver: Erislandy Savon, CubaBronze: Clemente Russo, Italy; Vasiliy Levit, KazakhstanSuper heavyweight (91+ kg)Gold: Tony Yoka, FranceSilver: Ivan Dychko, KazakhstanBronze: Joe Joyce, Britain; Erik Pfeifer, GermanyWomenFlyweight (51 kg)Gold: Nicola Adams, BritainSilver: Mandy Bujold, CanadaBronze: Sarah Ourahmoune, France; Zhaina Shekerbekova, KazakhstanLightweight (60 kg)Gold: Katie Taylor, IrelandSilver: Yana Alekseevna, AzerbaijanBronze: Anastasia Belyakova, Russia; Estelle Mossely, FranceMiddleweight (75 kg)Gold: Claressa Shields, United StatesSilver: Chen Nien-Chin, Chinese TaipeiBronze: Nouchka Fontijn, Netherlands; Savannah Marshall, BritainCANOEINGSPRINTMenC1 200mGold: Isaquias Queiroz, BrazilSilver: Li Qiang, ChinaBronze: Helder Silva, PortugalC1 1,000mGold: Sebastian Brendel, GermanySilver: Serghei Tarnovschi, MoldovaBronze: Martin Fuksa, Czech RepublicC2 1,000mGold: Isaquias Queiroz and Erlon de Souza, BrazilSilver: Robert Mike and Henrik Vasbanyai, HungaryBronze: Mateusz Kaminski and Michal Kudla, PolandK1 200mGold: Mark de Jonge, CanadaSilver: Petter Menning, SwedenBronze: Maxime Beaumont, FranceK1 1,000mGold: Josef Dostal, Czech RepublicSilver: Fernando Pimenta, PortugalBronze: Rene Holten Poulsen, DenmarkK2 200mGold: Milenko Zoric and Nebojsa Grujic, SerbiaSilver: Tom Liebscher and Ronny Rauhe, GermanyBronze: Bence Horvath and Mate Szomolanyi, HungaryK2 1,000mGold: Marcus Gross and Max Rendschmidt, GermanySilver: Lachlan Tame and Ken Wallace, AustraliaBronze: Marko Tomicevic and Milenko Zoric, SerbiaK4 1,000mGold: SlovakiaSilver: Czech RepublicBronze: AustraliaWomenK1 200mGold: Lisa Carrington, New ZealandSilver: Marta Walczykiewicz, PolandBronze: Inna Osipenko-Rodomska, AzerbaijanK1 500mGold: Lisa Carrington, New ZealandSilver: Danuta Kozak, HungaryBronze: Zhou Yu, ChinaK2 500mGold: Danuta Kozak and Gabriella Szabo, HungarySilver: Tina Dietze and Franziska Weber, GermanyBronze: Nikolina Moldovan and Milica Starovic, SerbiaK4 500mGold: HungarySilver: PolandBronze: UkraineCANOE SLALOM (Whitewater)MenCanoe singleGold: Benjamin Savsek, SloveniaSilver: David Florence, Great BritainBronze: Matej Benus, SlovakiaCanoe doubleGold: Franz Anton and Jan Benzien, GermanySilver: Jonas Kaspar and Mark Sindler, Czech RepublicBronze: Casey Eichfield and Devan McEwan, United StatesKayakGold: Jiri Prskavec, Czech RepublicSilver: Jakub Girgar, SlovakiaBronze: Michal Smolen, United StatesWomenKayakGold: Jessica Fox, AustraliaSilver: Maialen Chourrant, SpainBronze: Melanie Pfiefer, GermanyCYCLINGRoadMens road raceGold: Alejandro Valverde, SpainSilver: Rui Costa, PortugalBronze: Romain Bardet, FranceWomens road raceGold: Megan Guarnier, United StatesSilver: Anna Van Der Breggen, NetherlandsBronze: Marianne Vos, NetherlandsMens Individual Time TrialGold: Chris Froome, BritainSilver: Tom Dumoulin, NetherlandsBronze: Vasil Kiryienka, BelarusWomens Individual Time TrialGold: Anna Van Der Breggen, NetherlandsSilver: Linda Villumsen, New ZealandBronze: Lisa Brennauer, GermanyMountain BikeMens cross countryGold: Nino Schurter, SwitzerlandSilver: Julien Absalon, FranceBronze: Jaroslav Kulhavy, Czech RepublicWomens cross countryGold: Annika Langvad, DenmarkSilver: Maja Wloszczowska, PolandBronze: Jolanda Neff, SwitzerlandBMXMens individualGold: Sam Willoughby, AustraliaSilver: Joris Daudet, FranceBronze: Connor Fields, United StatesWomens individualGold: Caroline Buchanan, AustraliaSilver: Mariana Pajon, ColombiaBronze: Alise Post, United StatesTrackMens sprintGold: Jason Kenny, BritainSilver: Matt Glaetzer, AustraliaBronze: Jeffrey Hoogland, NetherlandsWomens sprintGold: Zhong Tianshi, ChinaSilver: Kristina Vogel, GermanyBronze: Elis Ligtlee, NetherlandsMens keirinGold: Joachim Eilers, GermanySilver: Eddie Dawkins, New ZealandBronze: Jason Kenny, BritainWomens keirinGold: Becky James, BritainSilver: Kristina Vogel, GermanyBronze: Anna Meares, AustraliaMens OmniumGold: Fernando Gaviria, ColombiaSilver: Mark Cavendish, BritainBronze: Elia Viviani, ItalyWomens OmniumGold: Laura Trott, BritainSilver: Sarah Hammer, United StatesBronze: Laurie Berthon, FranceMens team pursuitGold: BritainSilver: AustraliaBronze: SwitzerlandWomens team pursuitGold: United StatesSilver: BritainBronze: CanadaMens team sprintGold: New ZealandSilver: NetherlandsBronze: GermanyWomens team sprintGold: ChinaSilver: GermanyBronze: AustraliaDIVINGMEN3-meter synchroGold: ChinaSilver: GermanyBronze: Russia10-meter synchroGold: ChinaSilver: BritainBronze: United States3-meter individualGold: He Chao, ChinaSilver: Ilya Zakharov, RussiaBronze: Cao Yuan, China10-meter individualGold: Qiu Bo, ChinaSilver: David Boudia, United StatesBronze: Tom Daley, BritainWomen3-meter synchroGold: ChinaSilver: CanadaBronze: Italy10-meter synchroGold: ChinaSilver: North KoreaBronze: Canada3-meter individualGold: Shi Tingmao, ChinaSilver: He Zi, ChinaBronze: Tania Cagnotto, Italy10-meter individualGold: Pandelela Rinong, MalaysiaSilver: Kim Kuk-hyang, North KoreaBronze: Ren Qian, ChinaEQUESTRIANTeam DressageGold: BritainSilver: GermanyBronze: NetherlandsIndividual DressageGold: Charlotte Dujardin, Britain, on ValegroSilver: Isabell Werth, Germany, on Weihegold OLDBronze: Steffen Peters, United States, on LegolasTeam JumpingGold: United StatesSilver: FranceBronze: GermanyIndividual JumpingGold: Steve Guerdat, Switzerland, on Nino des BuissonnetsSilver: Christian Ahlmann, Germany, on Taloubet ZBronze: Marcus Ehning, Germany, on Cornado NRWTeam EventingGold: GermanySilver: BritainBronze: New ZealandIndividual EventingGold: Michael Chung, Germany, on La Biosthetique-Sam FBWSilver: Sandra Auffarth, Germany, on Opgun LouvoBronze: William Fox-Pitt, Britain, on Chilli MorningFENCINGMenEpeeGold: Gauthier Grumier, EstoniaSilver: Enrico Garozzo, ItalyBronze: Bogdan Nikishin, UkraineFoilGold: Alexander Massialas, United StatesSilver: Yuki Ota, JapanBronze: James-Andrew Davis, BritainSaberGold: Alexey Yakimenko, RussiaSilver: Aron Szilagyi, HungaryBronze: Vincent Anstett, FranceEpee TeamGold: FranceSilver: ItalyBronze: KoreaFoil TeamGold: United StatesSilver: ItalyBronze: FranceWomenEpeeGold: Anqi Xu, ChinaSilver: Rossella Fiamingo, ItalyBronze: Emese Szasz, HungaryFoilGold: Arianna Errigo, ItalySilver: Inna Deriglazova, RussiaBronze: Elisa Di Francisca, ItalySaberGold: Sofya Velikaya, RussiaSilver: Olga Kharlan, UkraineBronze: Anna Marto, HungaryEpee TeamGold: ChinaSilver: RussiaBronze: FranceSabre TeamGold: RussiaSilver: United StatesBronze: FranceFIELD HOCKEYMenGold: AustraliaSilver: NetherlandsBronze: GermanyWomenGold: NetherlandsSilver: ArgentinaBronze: United StatesGOLFMenGold: Sergio Garcia, SpainSilver: Henrik Stenson, SwedenBronze: Matt Kuchar, United StatesWomenGold: Stacy Lewis, United StatesSilver: Lydia Ko, New ZealandBronze: Ariya Jutanugarn, ThailandGYMNASTICSMenTeamGold: JapanSilver: ChinaBronze: RussiaAll-AroundGold: Kohei Uchimura, JapanSilver: Oleg Verniaiev, UkraineBronze: Deng Shudi, ChinaParallel BarsGold: You Hao, ChinaSilver: Oleg Verniaiev, UkraineBronze: Oleg Stepko, AzerbaijanHorizontal BarGold: Kohei Uchimura, JapanSilver: Manrique Larduet, CubaBronze: Nile Wilson, BritainVaultGold: Se Gwang Ri, North KoreaSilver: Marian Dragulescu, RomaniaBronze: Kristian Thomas, BritainPommel HorseGold: Max Whitlock, BritainSilver: Louis Smith, BritainBronze: Harutyun Merdinyan, ArmeniaFloor exerciseGold: Kenzo Shirai, JapanSilver: Nikita Nargonny, RussiaBronze: Manrique Larduet, CubaStill ringsGold: Elftherios Petrounias, GreeceSilver: You Hao, ChinaBronze: Denis Abliazin, RussiaWomenTeamGold: United StatesSilver: ChinaBronze: RussiaAll-AroundGold: Simone Biles, United StatesSilver: Laurie Hernandez, United StatesBronze: Shang Chunsong, ChinaFloor ExerciseGold: Simone Biles, United StatesSilver: Aly Raisman, United StatesBronze: Giulia Steingruber, SwitzerlandUneven BarsGold: Fan Yilin, ChinaSilver: Madison Kocian, United StatesBronze: Rebecca Downie, BritainBalance BeamGold: Laurie Hernandez, United StatesSilver: Aliya Mustafina, RussiaBronze: Simone Biles, United StatesVaultGold: Simone Biles, United StatesSilver: Jong Un Hong, North KoreaBronze: Giulia Steingruber, SwitzerlandRHYTHMIC GYMNASTICSTeamGold: RussiaSilver: BelarusBronze: UkraineAll-AroundGold: Yana Kudryavtseva, RussiaSilver: Margarita Mamun, RussiaBronze: Ganaa Rizatdinova, UkraineTRAMPOLINEMenGold: Gao Lei, ChinaSilver: Dong Dong, ChinaBronze: Andrey Yudin, RussiaWomenGold: Li Dan, ChinaSilver: Liu Lingling, ChinaBronze: Rosie MacLennan, CanadaHANDBALLMenGold: FranceSilver: GermanyBronze: QatarWomenGold: NorwaySilver: BrazilBronze: NetherlandsJUDOMen60 kgGold: Boldbaatar Ganbat, MongoliaSilver: Won Jin Kim, South KoreaBronze: Amartuvshin Dashdavaa, Mongolia and Yeldos Smetov, Kazakhstan66 kgGold: Tumurkhuleg Davaadorj, MongoliaSilver: Masashi Ebinuma, JapanBronze: Baul An, South Korea and Altansukh Dovdon, Mongolia73 kgGold: Rustam Orujov, AzerbaijanSilver: Changrim An, South KoreaBronze: Shohei Ono, Japan and Sagi Muki, Israel81 kgGold: Takanori Nagase, JapanSilver: Avtandili Tchrikishvili, GeorgiaBronze: Antoine Valois-Fortier, Canada and Travis Stevens, United States90 kgGold: Donghan Gwak, South KoreaSilver: Krisztian Toth, HungaryBronze: Marcus Nyman, Sweden and Varlam Liparteliani, Georgia100 kgGold: Cyrille Maret, FranceSilver: Martin Pacek, SwedenBronze: Ryunosuke Haga, Japan and Lukas Krpalek, Czech RepublicOver 100 kgGold: Teddy Riner, FranceSilver: Hisayoshi Harasawa, JapanBronze: Rafael Silva, Brazil and Ryu Shichinohe, JapanWomen48 kgGold: Sarah Menezes, BrazilSilver: Ami Kondo, JapanBronze: Urantsetseg, Munkhbat, Mongolia and Julia Figueroa, Spain52 kgGold: Majlinda Kelmendi, KosovoSilver: Erika Miranda, BrazilBronze: Misato Nakamura, Japan and Yingnan Ma, China57 kgGold: Sumiya Dorjsuren, MongoliaSilver: Rafaela Silva, BrazilBronze: Marti Malloy, United States and Pavia Automne, France63 kgGold: Miku Tashiro, JapanSilver: Tina Trstenjak, SloveniaBronze: Anicka Van Emden, Netherlands and Munkhzaya Tsedevsuren, Mongolia70 kgGold: Gevrise Emane, FranceSilver: Kim Polling, NetherlandsBronze: Maria Portela, Brazil and Seongyeon Kim, South Korea78 kgGold: Mayra Aguiar, BrazilSilver: Kayla Harrison, United StatesBronze: Audrey Tcheumeo, France and Guusje Steenhuis, NetherlandsOver 78 kgGold: Idalys Ortiz, CubaSilver: Sisi Ma, ChinaBronze: Song Yu, China and Megumi Tachimoto, JapanMODERN PENTATHLONMenGold: Jamie Cooke, BritainSilver: Aleksander Lesun, RussiaBronze: Valentin Belaud, FranceWomenGold: Laura Asadauskaite, LithuaniaSilver: Lena Schoneborn, GermanyBronze: Yane Marques, BrazilROWINGMenSingle scullsGold: Mahe Drysdale, New ZealandSilver: Ondrej Synek, Czech RepublicBronze: Alan Campbell, BritainPairGold: Hamish Bond and Eric Murray, New ZealandSilver: Alan Sinclair and Stewart Innes, BritainBronze: Roel Braas and Mitchel Steeenman, NetherlandsDouble scullsGold: Valent Sinkovic and Martin Sinkovic, CroatiaSilver: Christopher Harris and Robert Manson, New ZealandBronze: Mindaugas Griskonis and Saulius Ritter, Lithuania. Cheap Kevin Huerter Jersey .Lightweight double scullsGold: Jeremie Azou and Pierre Houin, FranceSilver: Kristoffer Brun and Are Strandli, NorwayBronze: James Thompson and John Smith, South AfricaFourGold: BritainSilver: ItalyBronze: AustraliaLightweight fourGold: SwitzerlandSilver: DenmarkBronze: New ZealandQuadruple scullsGold: AustraliaSilver: GermanyBronze: BritainEightGold: GermanySilver: BritainBronze: NetherlandsWomenSingle scullsGold: Kimberley Brennan, AustraliaSilver: Genevra Stone, United StatesBronze: Emma Twigg, New ZealandPairGold: Heather Stanning and Helen Glover, BritainSilver: Felice Mueller and Grace Luczak, United StatesBronze: Rebecca Scown and Genevieve Behrent, New ZealandDouble scullsGold: Eve MacFarlane and Zoe Stevenson, New ZealandSilver: Magdalena Fularczyk and Natalia Madaj, PolandBronze: Donata Vistartaite and Milda Valciukaite, LithuaniaLightweight double scullsGold: Julia Edward and Sophie MacKenzie, New ZealandSilver: Maaike Head and Ilse Paulis, NetherlandsBronze: Anne Lolk Thomsen and Juliane Rasmussen, DenmarkQuadruple scullsGold: GermanySilver: PolandBronze: United StatesEightGold: United StatesSilver: BritainBronze: New ZealandRUGBYMenGold: FijiSilver: New ZealandBronze: South AfricaWomenGold: New ZealandSilver: AustraliaBronze: CanadaSAILINGMenWindsurfingGold: Dorian Van Rijsselberge, NetherlandsSilver: Nick Dempsey, BritainBronze: Aichen Wang, ChinaLaserGold: Nick Thompson, BritainSilver: Tom Burton, AustraliaBronze: Robert Scheidt, Brazil470Gold: Mathew Belcher-William Ryan, AustraliaSilver: Sime Fantela-Igor Marenic, CroatiaBronze: Stu McNay-Dave Hughes, United StatesFinnGold: Giles Scott, BritainSilver: Jonathan Lobert, FranceBronze: Josh Junior, New Zealand49erGold: Peter Burling-Blair Tuke, New ZealandSilver: Nathan Outteridge-Iain Jensen, AustraliaBronze: Nico Delle-Karth-Nikolaus Resch, Austria470Gold: Mathew Belcher-William Ryan, AustraliaSilver: Sime Fantela-Igor Marenic, CroatiaBronze: Stu McNay-Dave Hughes, United StatesWomenWindsurfingGold: Bryony Shaw, BritainSilver: Malgorzata Bialecka, PolandBronze: Marina Alabau NeiraLaser RadialGold: Marit Bouwmeester, NetherlandsSilver: Evi Van Acker, BelgiumBronze: Paige Railey, United States49er FXGold: Martine Soffiatti Grael-Kahena Kunze, BrazilSilver: Jena Mai Hansen-Katja Salskov-Iversen, DenmarkBronze: Alexandra Maloney-Molly Meech, New Zealand470Gold: Jo Aleh-Polly Powrie, New ZealandSilver: Camille Lecointre-Helene Defrance, FranceBronze: Hannah Mills-Saskia Clark, BritainMixedNacra 17Gold: Billy Besson-Marie Riou, FranceSilver: Jason Waterhouse-Lisa Darmanin, AustraliaBronze: Vittorio Bissaro-Silvia Sicouri, ItalySHOOTINGMen50m prone rifleGold: Torben Grimmel, DenmarkSilver: Henri Junghaenel, GermanyBronze: Warren Potent, Australia50m 3-positions rifleGold: Matt Emmons, United StatesSilver: Zichen Hui, ChinaBronze: Petar Gorsa, Croatia10m air rifleGold: Yifei Cao, ChinaSilver: Filip Nepejchal, Czech RepublicBronze: Haoran Yang, China50m pistolGold: Jin Jong-oh, South KoreaSilver: Jitu Rai, IndiaBronze: Oleh Omelchuk, Ukraine25m rapid fire pistolGold: Fusheng Zhang, ChinaSilver: Keith Sanderson, United StatesBronze: Christian Reitz, Germany10m air pistolGold: Felipe Almeida Wu, BrazilSilver: Pablo Carrera, SpainBronze: Oleh Omelchuk, UkraineTrapGold: Alberto Fernandez, SpainSilver: Erik Varga, SlovakiaBronze: Alexey Alipov, RussiaDouble trapGold: James Willett, AustraliaSilver: Alessandro Chianese, ItalyBronze: Joshua Richmond, United StatesSkeetGold: Vincent Hancock, United StatesSilver: Gabriele Rossetti, ItalyBronze: Azmy Mehelba EgyptWomen50m 3-positions rifleGold: Snjezana Pejcic, CroatiaSilver: Petra Zublasing, ItalyBronze: Ginny Thrasher, United States10m air rifleGold: Siling Yi, ChinaSilver: Li Du, ChinaBronze: Andrea Arsovic, Serbia25m pistolGold: Jingjing Zhang, ChinaSilver: Antoaneta Boneva, BulgariaBronze: Anna Korakaki, Greece10m air pistolGold: Olena Kostevych, UkraineSilver: Wenjun Guo, ChinaBronze: Bobana Velickovic, SerbiaTrapGold: Ray Bassil, LebanonSilver: Corey Cogdell-Unrein, United StatesBronze: Fatima Galvez, SpainSkeetGold: Morgan Craft, United StatesSilver: Sutiya Jiewchaloemmit, ThailandBronze: Kimberly Rhode, United StatesSOCCERMenGold: BrazilSilver: ColombiaBronze: MexicoWomenGold: United StatesSilver: FranceBronze: BrazilSWIMMINGMen50 freestyleGold: Florent Manaudou, FranceSilver: Cameron McEvoy, AustraliaBronze: Anthony Ervin, United States100 freestyleGold: Nathan Adrian, United StatesSilver: Cameron McEvoy, AustraliaBronze: Ning Zetao, China200 freestyleGold: James Guy, BritainSiver: Paul Biedermann, GermanyBronze: Kosuke Hagino, Japan400 freestyleGold: Sun Yang, ChinaSilver: Mack Horton, AustraliaBronze: Connor Jaeger, United States1,500 freestyleGold: Gregorio Paltrinieri, ItalySilver: Sun Yang, ChinaBronze: Connor Jaeger, United State100 backstrokeGold: Ryan Murphy, United StatesSilver: Mitch Larkin, AustraliaBronze: David Plummer, United State200 backstrokeGold: Mitch Larkin, AustraliaSilver: Ryan Murphy, United StatesBronze: Ryosuke Irie, Japan100 breaststrokeGold: Adam Peaty, BritainSilver: Kevin Cordes, United StatesBronze: Joao Gomes, Brazil200 breaststrokeGold: Marco Koch, GermanySilver: Kevin Cordes, United StatesBronze: Josh Prenot, United State100 butterflyGold: Michael Phelps, United StatesSilver: Laszlo Cseh, HungaryBronze: Tom Shields, United State200 butterflyGold: Michael Phelps, United StatesSilver: Chad Le Clos, South AfricaBronze: Laszlo Cseh, Hungary200 individual medleyGold: Michael Phelps, United StatesSilver: Kosuke Hagino, JapanBronze: Thiago Pereira, Brazil400 individual medleyGold: Kosuke Hagino, JapanSilver: Chase Kalisz, United StatesBronze: Daiya Seto, Japan4x100 freestyle relayGold: FranceSilver: United StatesBronze: Brazil4x200 freestyle relayGold: United StatesSilver: BritainBronze: Australia4x100 medley relayGold: United StatesSilver: AustraliaBronze: BritainWomen50 freestyleGold: Ranomi Kromowidjojo, NetherlandsSilver: Cate Campbell, AustraliaBronze: Sarah Sjostrom, Sweden100 freestyleGold: Cate Campbell, AustraliaSilver: Bronte Campbell, AustraliaBronze: Sarah Sjostrom, Sweden200 freestyleGold: Katie Ledecky, United StatesSilver: Federica Pellegrini, ItalyBronze: Emma McKeon, Australia400 freestyleGold: Katie Ledecky, United StatesSilver: Leah Smith, United StatesBronze: Coralie Balmy, France800 freestyleGold: Katie Ledecky, United StatesSilver: Jessica Ashwood, AustraliaBronze: Leah Smith, United States100 backstrokeGold: Emily Seebohm, AustraliaSilver: Mie Nielsen, DenmarkBronze: Katinka Hosszu, Hungary200 backstrokeGold: Emily Seebohm, AustraliaSilver: Katinka Hosszu, HungaryBronze: Belinda Hocking, Australia100 breaststrokeGold: Ruta Meilutyte, LithuaniaSilver: Lilly King, United StatesBronze: Georgia Bohl, Australia200 breaststrokeGold: Rie Kaneto, JapanSilver: Rikke Pedersen, DenmarkBronze: Taylor McKeown, Australia100 butterflyGold: Sarah Sjostrom, SwedenSilver: Jeanette Ottesen, DenmarkBronze: Kelsi Worrell, United States200 butterflyGold: Natsumi Noshi, JapanSilver: Madeline Groves, AustraliaBronze: Franziska Hentke, Germany200 individual medleyGold: Katinka Hosszu, HungarySilver: Siobhan-Marie OConnor, BritainBronze: Maya DiRado, United States400 individual medleyGold: Katinka Hosszu, HungarySilver: Hannah Miley, BritainBronze: Maya DiRado, United States4x100 freestyle relayGold: AustraliaSilver: United StatesBronze: Netherland4x200 freestyle relayGold: United StatesSilver: ItalyBronze: China4x100 medley relayGold: AustraliaSilver: United StatesBronze: ChinaOpen WaterMen10KGold: Spyridon Gianniotis, GreeceSilver: Jordan Wilimovsky, United StatesBronze: Christian Reichert, GermanyWomen10KGold: Ana Marcela Cunha, BrazilSilver: Aurelie Muller, FranceBronze: Haley Anderson, United StatesSYNCHRONIZED SWIMMINGDuetGold: RussiaSilver: ChinaBronze: JapanTeamGold: RussiaSilver: ChinaBronze: JapanTABLE TENNISMens SinglesGold: Ma Long, ChinaSilver: Dimitrij Ovtcharov, GermanyBronze: Jun Mizutani; Zhang Jike, ChinaWomens SinglesGold: Ding Ning, ChinaSilver: Feng Tianwei, SingpaoreBronze: Li Xiaoxia, China; Kasumi Ishikawa, JapanMens TeamGold: ChinaSilver: GermanyBronze: South Korea; JapanWomens TeamGold: ChinaSilver: JapanBronze: South Korea, Hong KongTAEKWONDOMen58 kgGold: Farzan Ashourzadeh Fallah, IranSilver: Levent Tuncat, GermanyBronze: Tae-Hun Kim, South Korea and Rui Braganca, Portugal68 kgGold: Servet Tazegul, TurkeySilver: Dae-Hoon Lee, South KoreaBronze: Jaouad Achab, Belgium and Alexey Denisenko, Russia80 kgGold: Mahdi Khodabakshi, IranSilver: Aaron Cook, MoldovaBronze: Steven Lopez, United States and Tahir Guelec, GermanyOver 80 kgGold: Sajjad Mardani, IranSilver: Anthony Obame, GabonBronze: Dmitriy Shokin, Uzbekistan and Radik Isaev, AzerbaijanWomen49 kgGold: Jingyu Wu, ChinaSilver: Lucija Zaninovic, CroatiaBronze: Yasmina Aziez, France and Panipak Wongpattanakit, Thailand57 kgGold: Jade Jones, BritainSilver: Eva Calvo Gomez, SpainBronze: Hedaya Malak, Egypt and Mayu Hamada, Japan67 kgGold: Elin Johansson, SwedenSilver: Haby Niare, FranceBronze: Chia Chia Chuang, Chinese Taipei and Nur Tatar, TurkeyOver 67 kgGold: Bianca Walkden, BritainSilver: Shuyin Zheng, ChinaBronze: Maria Espinoza, Mexico and Milica Mandic, SerbiaTENNISMenSinglesGold: Novak Djokovic, SerbiaSilver: Andy Murray, BritainBronze: Gael Monfils, FranceDoublesGold: Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares, BrazilSilver: Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, FranceBronze: Andy Murray and Jamie Murray, BritainWomenSinglesGold: Serena Williams, United StatesSilver: Samantha Stosur, AustraliaBronze: Angelique Kerber, GermanyDoublesGold: Serena Williams and Venus Williams, United StatesSilver: Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci, ItalyBronze: Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic, FranceMixed DoublesGold: Rafael Nadal and Garbine Muguruza, SpainSilver: Joanna Konta and Jamie Murray, BritainBronze: Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna, IndiaTRIATHLONMenGold: Mario Mola, SpainSilver: Jonathan Brownlee, BritainBronze: Fernando Alarza, SpainWomenGold: Gwen Jorgensen, United StateSilver: Flora Duffy, BermudaBronze: Katie Zaferes, United StatesVOLLEYBALLMenGold: BrazilSilver: PolandBronze: RussiaWomenGold: United StatesSilver: BrazilBronze: ChinaWATER POLOMenGold: SerbiaSilver: MontenegroBronze: CroatiaWomenGold: United StatesSilver: AustraliaBronze: SpainWEIGHTLIFTINGMen56 kgGold: Om Yun-Chol, North KoreaSilver: Long Qingquan, ChinaBronze: Le Quoc Toan Tran, Vietnam62 kgGold: Lijun Chen, ChinaSilver: Oscar Albeiro Figueroa Mosquera, ColombiaBronze: Yosuke Nakayama, Japan69 kgGold: Chien-Hung Pan, TaiwanSilver: Doston Yokubov, UzbekistanBronze: Myong Hyok Kim, North Korea77 kgGold: Lu Xiaojun, ChinaSilver: Jon Wi Choe, North KoreaBronze: Nico Mueller, Germany85 kgGold: Tao Tian, ChinaSilver: Gabriel Sincraian, RomaniaBronze: Arakel Mirzoyan, Armenia94 kgGold: Dmytro Chumak, UkraineSilver: Adrian Zielinski, PolandBronze: Kevin Bouly, France105 kgGold: Ruslan Nurudinov, UzbekistanSilver: Zhe Yang, ChinaBronze: Ivan Efremov, Uzbekistan105+ kgGold: Peter Nagy, HungarySilver: Almir Velagic, GermanyBronze: Rustam Djangabaev, UzbekistanWomen48 kgGold: Hiromi Miyake, JapanSilver: Zhihui Hou, ChinaBronze: Morghan King, United States53 kgGold: Hsu Shu-ching, TaiwanSilver: Kanae Yagi, JapanBronze: Sofia Rito, Uruguay58 kgGold: Mikiko Andoh, JapanSilver: Sukanya Srisurat, ThailandBronze: Angelica Roos, Sweden63 kgGold: Karina Goricheva, KazakhstanSilver: Wei Deng, ChinaBronze: Hyo Sim Choe, North Korea69 kgGold: Yanmei Xiang, ChinaSilver: Apolonia Vaivai, FijiBronze: Sara Ahmed, Egypt75 kgGold: Darya Naumava, BelarusSilver: Jenny Arthur, United StatesBronze: Iryna Dekha, Ukraine75 + kgGold: Kuk Hyang Kim, North KoreaSilver: Sarah Robles, United StatesBronze: Andreea Aanei, RomaniaWRESTLINGMens Greco-Roman59 kgGold: Rovshan Bayramov, AzerbaijanSilver: Ismael Borrero Molina, CubaBronze: Almat Kebispayev, Kazakhstan; Soslan Daurov, Belarus66 kgGold: Frank Staebler, GermanySilver: Islambek Albiev, RussiaBronze: Hansu Ryu, South Korea; Tamas Lorincz, Hungary75 kgGold: Roman Vlasov, RussiaSilver: Doszhan Kartikov, KazakhstanBronze: Andy Bisek, United States; Selcuk Cebi, Turkey85 kgGold: Zhan Beleniuk, UkraineSilver: Rustam Assakalov, UzbekistanBronze: Saman Tahmasebi, Azerbaijan; Habibollah Akhlaghi, Iran98 kgGold: Artur Aleksanyan, ArmeniaSilver: Ghasem Rezaei, IranBronze: Di Xiao, China; Aleksander Hrabovik, Belarus130 kgGold: Mijain Lopez, CubaSilver: Riza Kayaalp, TurkeyBronze: Aleksander Chernetski, Ukraine; Nurmakhan Tinaliev, KazakhstanMens Freestyle57 kgGold: Hassan Rahimi, IranSilver: Vladimer Khinchegahsvili, Georgia.Bronze: Haji Aliev, Azerbaijan; Yowlys Bonne Rodriguez, Cuba65 kgGold: Frank Chamizo, ItalySilver: Franklin Gomez, Puerto RicoBronze: Soslan Ramonov, Russia; Adam Batirov, Bahrain74 kgGold: Jordan Burroughs, United StatesSilver: Aniuar Geduev, RussiaBronze: Livan Lopez Azcuy, Cuba; Hassan Yazdani, Iran86 kgGold: Abdulrashid Sadulaev, RussiaSilver: Reineris Salas Perez, CubaBronze: Selim Yasar, Turkey; JDen Cox, United States97 kgGold: Kyle Snyder, United StatesSilver: Anzor Boltukaev, RussiaBronze: Elizbar Odikadze, Georgia; Reza Yazdani, Iran125 kgGold: Bilyal Makhov, RussiaSilver: Geno Petriashvili, GeorgiaBronze: Taha Akgul, Turkey; Komeil Ghasemi, Iran---This story has been corrected to show that William Malel Sitonik is from Kenya not Ethiopia. Wholesale Hawks Jerseys .ca. Kerry,  Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count?  All of the video replays we were shown on TV were inconclusive about whether the puck had entirely crossed the line or not. Cheap NBA Jerseys . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.cheaphawksjerseys.com/ . The defending champion beat Gael Monfils of France 7-6 (6), 6-3, while second-seeded Andy Murray of Britain dispatched Edouard Roger-Vasselin, also of France, 6-3, 6-3. Making his first appearance since injuring his wrist a month ago, Del Potro had difficulty with his service games in the first set. The last time we looked at Marcus Mariotas Total QBR?after Week 3, it was following the second-worst game of his career, a 3.0 against the Raiders. Since then, Mariota has turned things around. From Weeks 4 through 10, Mariota has a Total QBR of 78.3, fifth best in the league. He also has three games with a 90-plus Total QBR, tied for most in the league with Tom Brady during that span. Mariota even led all QBs in Week 10 with a 95.8 against Green Bay.Lets look at a couple of areas where Mariota has excelled:Cool under pressureDuring the opening three weeks of the season, Mariota was pressured on 21 percent of his called pass plays and blitzed under 30 percent of the time. Those rates are fairly similar to what Mariota faced in Weeks 4 through 10 (25 percent pressure rate, 29 percent blitz rate), but his results have not been similar.During Weeks 1 through 3, Mariota had a 3.9 raw QBR while being pressured, mostly due to an above-average sack rate in addition to a pair of costly turnovers and no touchdowns. The first miscue came in Week 1 against Minnesota. With a defender in his face, Mariotas short pass was picked off by Eric Kendricks and returned 77 yards for a touchdown. Pass direction and distance are factors on interceptions when QBR divides credit;?shorter passes are more likely to have longer returns than deeper passes. This interception was thrown only two yards downfield, meaning Mariotas portion of the teams expected points added?(or lost in this case) is greater than if the ball was thrown 20 yards downfield. His other turnover was a lost fumble in Week 3 against the Raiders.Since then, Mariota has just two additional turnovers, and he has more thaan balanced them out with five touchdowns while pressured. Cheap Omari Spellman Jersey. Only Russell Wilson has more during that span (6), and Mariota has also nearly cut his sack rate in half (from 24 percent down to 14 percent).Red zone dominanceFrom Weeks 1 through 3, just over 20 percent of the Titans drives made it to the red zone. Since then, over 32 percent have reached the red zone. And Mariota has excelled in the red zone. In Weeks 4 through 10, only Cody Kessler (99.4, albeit on less than half as many plays) has a higher raw QBR inside the red zone than Mariotas 99.3. Mariota wasnt necessarily bad inside the 20 from Weeks 1 through 3, but his 69.5 QBR ranked 16th.Mariota is responsible for 14 red zone touchdowns (12 passing, two rushing) since Week 4, which leads the league. He also has avoided taking a red zone sack and avoided turning the ball over in that area, helping the Titans lead the league by scoring a TD on 81.5 percent of their red zone drives since Week 4. They were 16th in that realm during the first three weeks of the season at 57.1 percent.If Mariota can continue his performance, the Titans should continue their rise in the Football Power Index. FPI currently has Tennessee with a one-in-five chance of making the playoffs and a 17 percent chance to win the division. This mostly comes down to already losing once to the division-leading Texans, as well as trailing in other tiebreakers (such as record in division games).A look at Mariotas QBR progression this season:For more from ESPN Analytics, visit the ESPN Analytics Index.? Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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But before then, he enters an important pay-per-view card on Sunday with TNA Impact Wrestling, when he headlines Bound For Glory against Ethan Carter III in Orlando.At least that seems to be the plan at the moment.With TNA undergoing financial issues amidst an impending sale, theres some speculation the card may not come off at all -- an issue president Billy Corgan addressed Thursday on The Dan Le Batard Show.Lashley is ready to go regardless, and caught up with ESPN.com to talk about TNA and his own future in the squared circle.ESPN: Whats the hardest part about juggling a pro wrestling and MMA career simultaneously?Bobby Lashley: Obviously, the hardest part is having two promoters that are willing to work with me and work with each other. And I have that. So its not as hard as someone would think, because my schedule with TNA is very light because we usually film five or six shows in one week and then we are off for a month and a half. With everyone else, they are having to go work a full-time job, so its a little harder for them than it is for me. I have all day to work [on MMA training]. So I have a really good schedule for me.ESPN: As you prepare for Sundays PPV, how difficult has it been as a performer knowing the uncertainty regarding TNAs future?BL: For me, I just kind of shut things down. Im not one to read all of the dirt sheets so I have no idea. I went to check online to make sure my plane ticket was still good, and it was, so thats all I know at this point. As far as I know, Im supposed to be doing a match Sunday and if anything changes up until then, its no big deal. If anything changes, Im still training for my fight [at Bellator 162]. I have training people lined up for me in Orlando for when I go. I have my boxing coach who is coming with me and I have a few people I am looking into sparring down there so I already put the heads up to those guys that if things dont work out, Ill just switch gears and drive down to Coconut Creek and Ill go to [American Top Team] and do some work down there. So its not really a big deal to me. I want to be wrestling and I want TNA to stay alive because it has been a great program for me up to this point.ESPN: How would you describe what new president Billy Corgan has brought to TNA?BL: He brings a fresh outlook. Hes just another person to talk to. Billy is a cool guy. He is an open ear, thats one thing. When different people come into your organization, especially what weve been going through, you get kind of worried that somebody is going to push their way in and change everything. He hasnt really done that. He has been really open and has been a huge person to talk to. One thing he always says is, My door is open and here is my personal number so just give me a call. Thats one thing that has been really cool. Because at the end of the day, no one is going to tell us how to do our jobs better than we already know.ESPN: In what ways are you different now as TNA champion than you were one decade ago with WWE?BL: Im a beast now. I have fun with it and I get it. They always say in wrestling that most people dont get it and thats the biggest problem that they have had in wrestling. And when I was in WWE, I didnt get it. I had no idea what I was doing. I was just a pawn in the game. I was put in different positions and just tried to be the best I could be in each of those positions. I had no idea what was going on. I didnt know that then. I know it now because of everything that has changed. Now, I go out there and its real to me. Thats how I bring my character and I think the fans understand that a lot more. They know whats going on.ESPN: How has the portrayal of your pro wrestling character changed since you transitioned into MMA?BL: I think it helps because we are in that transition of reality and right now everything is so up front. So just having an opportunity to fight [in MMA] and then going back [to wrestling] and saying, Look, Im not just a character anymore. So the things that I am saying have a lot of truth and thats what I try to bring in. Im not out there just lying the entire time saying Im tough or this and that. And thats a hard thing to do because we are not actors. We do a bit of acting on TV but we are not actors so we cant go out there and lie and have other people believe it also. So the things that Im saying and the things that Im doing are kind of a shoot most of the time. And thats what Im trying to bring to TNA because Im trying to make it a little different.ESPN: What was your reaction to CM Punks recent UFC debut?BL: I understand what he was trying to do, I just dont know exactly if he was prepared for it. Discount Blue Jackets Jerseys Online. I take my hat off to him for going out there but CM Punk really didnt come from an athletic and competitive background like myself. It was kind of a different situation.ESPN: TNA has made plenty of noise in 2016 with the Matt Hardy-inspired Final Deletion segments. Do you ever envision yourself joining that universe for the right storyline?BL: Oh yeah, oh yeah. I cant wait. That was something that was put together all by Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff and they were allowed to do it. Thats something we have never been allowed to do like that. Thats why I think my character has come so far because I feel comfortable going out there. Thats what everybody has been doing. We go out there with a different kind of swag because we are comfortable. We say what we want and we can do whatever we want. Of course, they pull back on the reins if they have to. One of the best things Ive ever been told is that its better for someone to tell you to slow down than to speed up. Right now, Im not slowing down.ESPN: How many years do you believe you have left in both careers?BL: Fighting, I would say two, maybe three. And its not because my body is not holding up because my body is feeling great. I would say its more because my kids are young. Im a full-time single father so I would like to spend a little bit more time with my kids. When I train for fights my kids understand and they have my back. They are there with me. I want to get to a time when I can focus on them a little bit more. As far as wrestling, it just depends on who I am wrestling for and when Im wrestling. If Im wrestling for TNA and we have kind of the same schedule, s---, I can do that for 10 more years.ESPN: How much does your desire to be a devoted family man cancel the possibility of you one day returning to WWE, considering their demanding schedule?BL: It does to a certain extent. It would have to be the right deal if it was. I dont know if there is even an opportunity. There are certain people in the business who may not want you there and thats why I left the first time. I dont know if there is even a possibility of going back but their schedule is challenging. A lot of their guys are dealing with that. If I were to go back full-time, it would have to be something we sit down and really piece together and make it make sense. I would hate to say yes Im doing it and get back and then its, Oh no. Boo-hoo. What about my kids? I dont want to have a bad attitude. So I would have to really sit down and say this is what we can do.ESPN: Former WWE star Ryback was reportedly in talks with Bellator MMA, although nothing has been agreed to. Considering most fans would look to you as a natural opponent, whats your reaction?BL: Fighting is about money, as we see with Conor [McGregor] getting a [UFC] title shot at 155, bypassing everybody else. There is a fight business aspect of all of this also. I think right now, I dont even know that a commission would allow a guy with 15 fights against somebody with no fights. I dont know if it could happen. But, if its something that they wanted to do, it would be something that we could talk about. But I wouldnt by any means try to call the guy out and I dont know if hes just doing it right now because he just left WWE and is trying to keep his name out. Something like that might be the case. I dont know what his motivation is and I dont know Ryback so close like that so I really dont know. So if he wants to do it I would say by all means get in here and do it. But if hes not serious about it, dont go out there and do it half-assed.ESPN: Do you believe that Bound For Glory will happen on Sunday and that TNA will continue as a brand?BL: Yes, because one thing people dont understand is that [current owner] Dixie [Carter] is not broke. She was never close to being broke. Her parents are billionaires so its not like they dont have the money. They are just trying to make the right deal and thats what we have known all along. I think its just one of those deals where this is business and its going to happen every year. For at least the past five or six years that I have known, around that end of the year point theres always this, Oh no, is TNA going to be sold? Is TNA going here? Is TNA going there? And then next thing you know, bam, everything is fine and then we run again. And then the next year its the same question. I dont know why its the same deal every year and it gets to that point. I think right now they are just trying to make the right deals with the right people. I know a lot of people have their hands in the pot and a lot of people are trying to pitch different things. Whenever the deal is done, its done. Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '  
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