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World champion Luvo Manyonga, will lead a strong South African contingent in Rabat, Morocco on Sunday, when the IAAF Diamond League series makes a stop on African soil for the sixth leg of the global campaign.Manyonga will be joined in the men’s long jump contest by African champion Ruswahl Samaai and former continental champion Zarck Visser.All three SA men have sailed beyond 8.20m this season and they will be among the favourites in a full-strength field which also features Olympic gold medallist Jeff Henderson of the United States and world indoor champion Juan Miguel Echevarria of Cuba.On the track, after setting a Season Best of 13.30 seconds to finish third at the Diamond League meeting in Rome last week, Antonio Alkana will be eager to take another step forward in the build-up to the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar later this year.Alkana enters the blocks in the men’s 110m hurdles contest, which is packed with elite international stars including Olympic gold medallist Omar McLeod of Jamaica and former world champion Sergey Shubenkov of Russia (competing as a neutral athlete).In the men’s 200m sprint, 21-year-old speedster Clarence Munyai will look to gain momentum after shaking off some injury niggles.Though he boasts the fastest Personal Best in the field after setting a national record of 19.69 last year, Munyai faces a formidable challenge.He will line up alongside the likes of Turkish athlete Ramil Guliyev, the world champion, as well as Canadian rocket Andre de Grasse and in-form American speedster Kenneth Bednarek.And in the men’s discus, local giant Victor Hogan is hoping to put up a fight against another quality field which includes nine men who have thrown further than 66m this season.Hogan is up against the likes of former world champion Piotr Malachowski of Poland and in-form Swedish athlete Daniel Stahl.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.
He created the third goal for Karim Benzema but was unable to get on the score sheet and some sections of the home crowd were disappointed with his performance. CET The former Manchester United manager masterminded a win over Barcelona earlier this month, but he was unable to follow it up with another miracle in the Spanish capital. “We had that platform [through the early goal], but we couldn’t keep it. I know we lost but I really enjoyed my experience against one of the top sides in the world.” “On another day he will score because he is such a good player. He has nothing to worry about, he’s an exceptional player. Madrid didn’t need his goals today, but when they do need them he’ll be there.” Finally, Moyes revealed that Carlos Vela had to be taken off in the first half due to a “medial meniscus” problem, adding that a scan will determine how long the Mexican striker will be out for. David Moyes said the current crop of Real Madrid players may be the best side he has ever come up against after his Real Sociedad side were beaten 4-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday afternoon. 01/02/2015 “The way [Madrid] played in the first half may be as good as I’ve come up against,” he said in his post match press conference. Sam Marsden But while crediting Los Blancos, Moyes also admitted some frustration towards the way his side defended. “I was a little disappointed with my defenders,” he continued. “We needed to be more aware, but we were up against top quality players and that quality was able to shine through in the end. Moyes wasn’t the only British interest around the game, with Gareth Bale playing 90 minutes for Madrid. “Bale’s a top player,” Moyes continued. “You know the important thing when you have those players is that you encourage them. However, Moyes doesn’t think the Welshman should overly concerned with a bit of criticism. Upd. at 00:48 La Real had taken a shock second minute lead, although it didn’t last for long as James Rodriguez headed in Marcelo’s cross almost instantly to level the scores. “They forced us wide, they were difficult to get close to and they made it really hard for us.”
Kinrade, 28, signed this fall with Medvescak of the Russian Kontinental Hockey League after three seasons with SC Bern of the Swiss Nationaliga. This will be Zagreb’s Bears’ first time taking part in this tournament.First round opponents include Swiss A-leaguers and last year’s Cup winners HC Geneve-Servette and Team Canada, a team comprised heavily of Canadian players who play in Europe.On the other side of the draw is the KHL’s Salavat Yulaev from Ufa, Finland’s Jokerit Helsinki and home team HC Davos.For Kinrade, this is the third time playing in the Spengler Cup — the first two for Team Canada.During his inaugural stint, Kinrade was part of the 2012 Spengler Cup Championship team.The former Kootenay International Junior Hockey League rearguard with the Nelson Leafs was one of the unsung defenders called upon by Hockey Canada due to a shortage of Canadian defencemen playing in Europe at that time.The team was bolstered by a huge NHL contingent of Jason Spezza, Patrice Bergeron, John Tavares, Tyler Seguin, Jonathan Bernier, Carlo Colaiacovo, Devan Dubnyk, Sam Gagner, Matt Duchene, Cam Barker and Captain Canada Ryan Smyth. The players were available due to the NHL lockout.Kinrade has enjoyed an illustrious career playing in Europe after spending two seasons in the American Hockey League with the Ottawa Senators farm team, Binghamton Sens, winning the Calder Cup in 2011.After graduating from college hockey at Michigan Tech, Kinrade played ten games with the Norfolk Admirals after signing a free agent contract and made his NHL debut on April 9, 2009 for Tampa against the Washington Capitals.The Spengler Cup is an international hockey tournament with a long tradition since 1923.Along with the Stanley Cup is the oldest championship in the world. The Cup is played for every year in Davos, Switzerland, in the time between Christmas and New Year. It is organized by A-leaguers Davos, and 2014 will see its 88th edition. Only teams that are invited can take part, and six teams fight for the trophy.Throughout all of the years of the Spengler Cup, which got its name from doctor Carl Spengler, numerous clubs from around the world have taken part, and the most wins go to the home team: Davos-15, followed b y Team Canada-12.Kinrade’s Zagreb’s Bears play the loser between HC Davos and Team Canada Saturday before meeting the winner Sunday.The top teams advance to the semi finals Tuesday with the final set New Years Eve.For more information check out the Spengler Cup website. KHL Medvescak Zagreb now meets HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa in quarterfinal action at the 2015 Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzlerland after dropping a 1-0 decision to the host club Sunday in round robin action.The winner of the Monday contest advances to the semi final round.Kinrade, KHL Medvescak Zagreb drop 3-1 decision to Team Canada at Spengler CupTeam Canada scored twice in the first period to defeat KHL Medvescak Zagreb 3-1 in Spengler Cup action Saturday in Davos, Switzerland.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade plays defence for KHL Medvescak Zagreb.Bud Holloway, Stefano Giliati and Alexandre Giroux scored to give Team Canada a 3-0 lead after two periods.Pascal Pelletier scored the lone goal for KHL Medvescak Zagreb.KHL Medvescak Zagreb plays host HC Davos Sunday in the final round robin game. HC Davos opened the tournament with a 2-1 win over Team Canada.Kinrade’s squad needs to win to advance to the playoff round in the tournament.Nelson’s Geoff Kinrade back at Spengler CupNelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade is back playing at the Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzerland.However, the six-foot, 195-pound Nelson Leafs product is not playing on Team Canada this time around.The smooth skating defenceman is anchoring the blueline for Medvescak Zagreb’s Bears.
1 Norwich have confirmed the exit of striker Gary Hooper, who sealed a permanent move to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday.The 27-year-old joined the Owls in a three-month loan deal earlier this season after falling out of favour at Carrow Road, and scored six goals in 13 games.He returned to the Canaries on January 17 but has now returned to the Yorkshire club, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed fee.Hooper joined Norwich from Celtic in the summer of 2013, after a prolific goalscoring run for the Scottish giants.But the former Southend United hitman struggled to adjust on his return to English football, managing just eight goals in his first season.He went on to make 70 appearances for the Canaries, and scored a total of 20 goals. Gary Hooper
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterMILWAUKEE — Daulton Varsho, a 2014 graduate of Marshfield High School and a sophomore on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee baseball team, has been named the Horizon League Player of the Year.Varsho, one of three Panthers named to the all-Horizon League first team, led the conference in five offensive categories. He batted .381 with a slugging percentage of .610, had 88 hits, six triples, and 141 total bases. He also had 51 RBIs, scored 50 runs, and hit eight home runs in 57 games as UW-Milwaukee went 32-26 overall and 17-11 in the Horizon League.The Panthers were eliminated in the Horizon League tournament on May 27, losing games to eventual champion Wright State and Valparaiso. Varsho was 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs in the 12-7 loss to Valparaiso and accounted for Milwaukee’s lone run with an RBI single in a 5-1 loss to Wright State.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)
Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Milan drop Suso and go with Samu Castillejo and Ismael Bennacer against SPAL in Serie A this evening. Suso’s performances have been heavily criticised this season, despite Stefano Pioli’s defence of the Spaniard. He makes way for countryman Castillejo on the left wing, with Krzysztof Piatek and Hakan Calhanoglu joining him in a three-pronged Milan attack. Elsewhere, Leo Duarte is given a rare start at right-back, replacing Andrea Conti as Davide Calabria is similarly overlooked. Bennacer replaces Lucas Biglia at the heart of the Rossoneri’s midfield, flanked by Lucas Paqueta and Franck Kessie. SPAL, meanwhile, change two from their 1-1 draw with Napoli as Thiago Cionek and 37-year-old striker Sergio Floccari come in for Igor and Alberto Paloschi. Milan: Donnarumma, Duarte, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Hernandez, Paqueta, Bennacer, Kessie, Castillejo, Piatek, Calhanoglu SPAL: Berisha; Tomovic, Vicari, Cionek; Espeto, Missiroli, Murgia, Kurtic, Reca; Petagna, Floccari Referee: Piccinini
When can India get Olympics Gold MedalAs the Olympics draw near again, the question once again looms large – “Are we going to win a gold medal?” After which everyone will simply jump on the “one billion people and not one gold medal” bandwagon. There are countless problems we face,When can India get Olympics Gold MedalAs the Olympics draw near again, the question once again looms large – “Are we going to win a gold medal?” After which everyone will simply jump on the “one billion people and not one gold medal” bandwagon. There are countless problems we face and innumerable reasons why we are at the bottom of the sports world.Rather than diving into all the “wrongs”, I want to focus on the positives and the few bright spots. Inherently, as a country, India has been somewhat competitive in disciplines that combine skill, strategy and physical power. Tennis, badminton, archery, shooting and boxing are some of the sports where, if we do things right, we have a realistic chance of winning. We have been competitive in the junior levels of these disciplines and it is just a matter of time before we extend the athletes, development process to the senior levels. FROM OUR FILESAUGUST 31, 1984 Indian Sport: An Olympian Fiasco India doesn’t figure in the final medal tally at Los Angeles.”I think Indians have a tendency to over-react in any game.” Prakash Padukone, former badminton player, in 1981Norman Pritchard bagged two silver medals for the country in1900, when India first participated in the Olympics.Unfortunately, in sports that depend purely on physical power, we are light years behind. Swimming, track and field, and gymnastics have become more of a “science” now and we haven’t been able to keep pace. We still follow archaic training methods, hence we are nowhere.advertisementThe word “impossible” is not in my vocabulary, but to be able to succeed, we have to start at the grassroot level and monitor everything from nutrition to physical development. Athletes have to be nurtured in a very controlled environment.Thomas Gaines said, “Faith is mighty, but action with faith is mightier.” That is exactly the premise behind setting up the Mittal Champions Trust, funded by Lakshmi Mittal, in which I am a trustee. It focuses solely on winning the country a gold medal.The conventional way is to develop kids from the ground up. However, due to the time constraint, we are following a different model. We have handpicked the best, who have the ability to win us a gold, and we hope their success will inspire others, particularly youngsters, to soar to great heights.It is said that a journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step, and that is what this initiative is all about. In order to change the face of sports in our country, we have to join hands and make a collective effort to attain a common goal. It is this sort of teamwork that will help us win many medals at the Olympics. As Marian Edelman rightly said, “We must not, in trying to think how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make, which, over time, add up to a big difference we often cannot foresee.”(The writer is a tennis ace who has won six Grand Slam titles.)
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Agent of Barcelona winger Malcom cools Lazio talkby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveThe agent of Barcelona winger Malcom has eased talk of a move to Lazio.Sport reported Lazio had asked for Malcom, just six months after his €41m switch from Bordeaux.However, Luis Fernando Menezes Garcia wrote on social media that ‘there’s no truth in the Lazio-Malcom hypothesis’.The move would spark major controversy as Malcom had agreed terms with Roma last summer and was expected at the airport with his medical booked when he suddenly switched flights for Barcelona.The switch was initiated by Garcia after a late call from Barca.