Suarez, who is working hard to regain full fitness ahead of football’s possible return, finds himself in a tough spot. His wife, Sofia Balbi, is concerned about a recent change in her husband’s ‘image’.Advertisement Loading… Unable to visit a hairdresser, Suarez’s hair is much longer than people are used to seeing it. read also:Luis Suarez’s return hands Barcelona title advantage Sofia has asked her Instagram followers if it’s time for her to take matters into her own hands and tackle the Uruguayan’s ever-growing trim. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Wife of Barcelona striker, Luis Suarez, is worried about his ‘image’ during Spain’s coronavirus lockdown. Promoted Content7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket
SALINA, Kan. – The $1,500 to win feature for IMCA Modifieds gets top billing on the Friday, July 21 race program at Salina Speedway.The 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier will be complemented by $500 to win features for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods while IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks vie for $300 to win on Feldkamp Furniture Night.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Allstar Performance State and track points will be awarded. All divisions will be draw/redraw and there is no entry fee.Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and free for retired and active military and students under the age of 16. Pit passes are $25.Pit gates open at 5 p.m. and the front gate opens at 5:30 p.m. Hot laps are at 7:15 p.m. and racing is at 8 p.m.More information is on Facebook and the www.racesalinaspeedway.com website.
MAYETTA, Kan. – A top prize of $1,700 and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth are at stake Saturday for IMCA Modifieds Thunder Hill Speedway.The 17th annual Oren Covert Memorial Race headlines the July 21 program with the BSB Manufacturing Modified winner also receiving the traditional toolbox trophy.All registered drivers taking a green flag in the heat or feature will receive an additional $8 at payout. This extra money makes the driver’s pit pass for the event $17. Other contingencies will also be available.IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks complete the card. All IMCA points, including local track, will be given in each division.General admission gates open at 5 p.m., with adults $10 and kids 12 and under free. Coolers are allowed for a $10 fee, with canned beer only.Pit gates open at 5 p.m. and the draw closes at 6:30 p.m., with the drivers’ meeting and racing to follow. Pit passes are $25, with kids 12 and under $10.Covert was a long-time area racer and passed away in 2002 at the age of 61. He raced in many classes, always running the familiar no. 17.A favorite of fans and his fellow competitors, Covert started racing in Jalopies, moving to Supermodifieds, Sprint Cars, Stock Cars, Late Models, and finally ending in Modifieds.
A South Florida bar owner shot a woman this weekend, after she attacked him with a knife.According to Fort Lauderdale Police Detective Tracy Figone, the incident occurred around 10 p.m. Friday at the Glitch Bar, located at 905 Northeast Fifth Street in Flagler Village.The woman was taken to a hospital, where she was treated for a gunshot wound.It was not immediately known what charges were pending as the investigation is ongoing, says Figone.The Glitch Bar is an adult arcade that features free pinball machines and video games, along with themed alcoholic beverages.The bar’s owners are identified as Dwight Slamp and Chris Guevara, although police did not reveal the names of anyone involved.
Reigns was supposed to wrestle Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman in a triple-threat match at WWE Crown Jewel PPV in Saudi Arabia. However, following Reigns’ decision, WWE has announced that Strowman and Lesnar’s showdown will determine a new champion. However, Reigns ended the speech by asserting that this was not his retirement speech and that he would make a comeback to the ring once he defeats Leukemia. Also Read | World Wrestling Championship: Bajrang Punia settles for silver in BudapestFollowing the announcement, there was an outpouring of emotion from all WWE superstars and fans alike. John Cena, who is the 16-time world champion and many current and past WWE superstars led the tribute to Reigns. Rich Wrestling Family For all the Latest Sports News News, WWE Wrestling News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Reigns, whose real name is Leati Joseph Anoaʻi, belongs to a very famous wrestling family, many of whom have made their impact in the WWE. He is the cousin of Dwayne Johnson, more famously known as ‘The Rock’. He is also related to former professional wrestlers Yokozuna, Rikishi, Umaga and The Tonga Kid.Read | Delhi Air Quality shows slight improvement but the worse is not over yetThe 33-year-old made his WWE television debut on November 18, 2012 at The Survivor Series Pay Per View alongside Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. Reigns has won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship three times as well as the Universal Championship. He is also a one-time United States Champion, Intercontinental Champion, Tag Team Champion and also the 2015 Royal Rumble Winner. He is also only the second wrestler to defeat The Undertaker at Wrestlemania in 2017. New Delhi: Roman Reigns, the current WWE Universal champion, stunned the wrestling world and fans with the announcement on Monday Night Raw that he was forced to relinquish the title due to a recurrence of Leukemia.In an emotional announcement at Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island, Reigns said, “I’ve been living with Leukemia for 11 years. Unfortunately, it’s back. Because the Leukemia is back, I cannot fulfill my role, I cannot be that fighting champion. I am going to have to relinquish the Universal championship”.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Mookie Jones is likely done playing basketball at Syracuse.Jones, who left SU last January, told The Post-Standard eligibility issues will prevent him from returning to the team. Jones was suspended by the university for one year after a Syracuse student accused him of cyberbullying last fall, according to the article.Jones’ eligibility could be affected by the yearlong suspension. The NCAA — under rule 14.2.1 – requires athletes to finish their careers in five calendar years, starting when the athlete begins school. Jones arrived at Syracuse in 2008, which would make this season his last under the rule.In January, Jones’ suspension ends and he can apply for reinstatement at the university, according to the article. But his eligibility to return to the team would be affected by the year of classes he missed. Athletes must maintain progress toward a degree to be eligible in sports.Jones still has athletic eligibility right now, Pete Moore, SU director of athletic communications, said Wednesday. Moore said Jones is not currently enrolled at SU. He does still have his scholarship, but he must be enrolled in school to use it.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMoore said if Jones doesn’t play this season, the team could use his scholarship for another player.Jones said he wants to return to SU to complete his degree requirements, according to the article. He also said he is trying to play professional basketball overseas. Jones played 38 minutes in seven games last season for the Orange.The cyberbullying incident involved a 20-year-old female student, who claimed Jones posted “unflattering characterizations” of her on his Facebook, according to the article. It led to his suspension by SU’s Judicial Review Board.Syracuse Police responded to a domestic verbal complaint in which the woman, who Jones has been involved in a relationship, accused Jones of the unflattering posts and of harassing her with text messages, according to a police report cited in the article. Though she said she didn’t think Jones “would become physical with her,” the woman requested an order of protection.Jones said in a statement to the police that the woman had been “spreading rumors about him” since they broke up, according to the article.The SU Judicial Board reviewed the situation after the woman’s complaint, and suspended Jones for one year. Comments Published on July 25, 2012 at 6:07 pm Contact Ryne: firstname.lastname@example.org
You really could twist the narrative of Syracuse women’s basketball’s run into whatever you want.Theoretically, this run could be about the amount of coverage the women’s team received, especially as it compares to a men’s team that often dominates the headlines.It could be about that if you wanted it to be.This run could be about the women’s team becoming a top program after many years of playing second-fiddle to a men’s team with a history of success.That’s the narrative you could focus on.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt could be about Syracuse University not doing enough to create an atmosphere for equality in athletics. It could be about women’s rights. It could be about the Syracuse men’s team. It could be about the team’s poor attendance.We all love a good storyline, even if it’s one that we make to overshadow what the real storyline should be. This historic NCAA tournament run for the women has been connected to every end of the spectrum. But in reality, what it’s really about is a team that dominated the postseason all the way to national title game. Because the politics attached to this run are just politics — hype and hyperbole, un- or under-researched ideas. Distortions of the truth. There are a lot of contexts that you could view the NCAA women’s tournament run, but I choose to stick to just how impressive it truly was.A dream scenario for Orange basketball fans ended on Tuesday night. Two teams from one city both playing in the Final Four — only the ninth time in college basketball history that it’s happened. The men’s team lost on Saturday night in Houston to North Carolina in the Final Four. The women’s team lost in the national title to powerhouse Connecticut.It was an unprecedented amount of success. Both the women’s team and men’s team shared gamedays for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight. Both attended the same pep rally to send them off. Because both teams won, their success was, in a very tangible yet unfair way, connected.It gave us an opportunity to criticize the media for prioritizing men’s coverage over the women. An unfair criticism, of course, partly because the women’s team both receives local coverage (I covered the team for two years and saw a good amount of others doing the same). But also because the men’s team has a stronger base of success. It has more people interested in attending its games. Media, like any business, is a supply and demand game. If there’s less readership, then there’s less coverage.This then gave us an opportunity to make a point of showing the disparity of attendance between the two teams. Another misleading criticism. Yes, the attendance was atrocious, but without an established history of success, it’s hard to expect good crowds. At almost every school around the country, you’ll find higher attendance at men’s games. I’m not going to get into why, but it’s an issue that isn’t limited to the Salt City.I covered the men’s team this season. And the story of their Final Four run was about how unexpected and special it was. How two seniors in Trevor Cooney and Michael Gbinije got to define their legacy over a historic two-week stretch. How Jim Boeheim defied the odds of suspension and criticism to confirm his place among the coaching greats.But the story surrounding the women’s tournament just didn’t seem to be about what was on the court. It was about comparisons and shortcomings. The run was put into peripheral contexts, unrelated to the fact that the team was one of the best in the country. That it lost one game since Jan. 26.Syracuse went on a 16-0 run against the Huskies to give life to a game that had lost it. In that moment, it was just about the basketball. Syracuse’s ability to press and turn defense into easy offense. Its star power in Brianna Butler, Alexis Peterson and Brittney Sykes was what was on display. That was the narrative. Not SU attendance, coverage or its inability to recruit Syracuse native and UConn star Breanna Stewart.But then the Huskies went back on their blistering, record-setting pace. The Huskies captured its fourth-straight NCAA championship. Syracuse was deprived of its first. A magical run was over.It’s a run that should be appreciated for how spectacular and improbable it was. In all likelihood, that’s what it will be remembered for.But in the moment, the fleeting narratives threatened to steal the spotlight from a team that deserved better. Comments Related Stories Why women’s sports are less popular and receive less media coverage than men’s sportsPino: Syracuse University should offer more institutional support to women’s teams Published on April 6, 2016 at 10:18 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
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Boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, is so ill from Parkinson’s that he can barely speak, his brother, Rahman Ali has said.The three-time world heavyweight champion was diagnosed with the disease in 1984, but his condition has gradually deteriorated and he is now mostly housebound.He was too ill to attend a premiere of a film about his life last week and his condition meant he could not take part in the production of the movie either.His brother, Rahman, 71, attended the screening of ‘I Am Ali’ in Hollywood, and told The Sunday People: ‘I have not been able to talk to my brother about this because he is sick.‘He doesn’t speak too well. But he is proud that we are here for him. He has given this film his blessing.’While his daughter Maryum, 46, who was also at the premiere, said her father would love the film and it will make him laugh and cry.Her sister Hana, 38, is planning to show the legendary boxer the new movie at his Arizona home later this month. Directed by Clare Lewins, the documentary movie gives unprecedented access to Ali’s personal archive of ‘audio journals’ as well as interviews with his family and boxers Mike Tyson and George Foreman, and put together to tell his life story.Nicknamed the ‘Louisville Lip’ for his infamous wit, Ali remained active for several years after his diagnosis and made a moving appearance at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games where he lit the flame.However, the sporting icon, who retired from boxing after suffering several strokes, was seen looking particularly thin and frail at the London 2012 Olympic opening ceremony where he was helped across the stage by wife Lonnie.In February 2013 his brother Rahman said Ali was so crippled by the degenerative brain condition that has afflicted many ex-boxers, he might not survive until the summer.He also made claims that the family had been barred from seeing Ali, who is estimated to be worth more than £50million, and could only speak to him on the phone. Rahman said his brother was ‘a prisoner in his own home’ and he is being gravely mistreated by his wife because ‘she is more interested in Ali’s money than his well-being’.However, Ali’s daughter May said she had spoken to her father that morning and he was fine, watching the Super Bowl at home in Arizona wearing a Baltimore Ravens jersey.“He’s fine, in fact, he was talking well this morning,” she said in a telephone interview with CBS at the time. “These rumours pop up every once in a while but there’s nothing to them.”Muhammad’s son, Ali Jr, said in January he believe there was ‘no chance’ his father would survive another year.“I just want, hope and pray to God that this awful disease takes my dad sooner rather than later. Take him away from all the suffering he’s in,” stressed the junior Ali.