Tags: Christian Sonnenberg/Jordan Brandt/USATF Junior Outdoor Championships/USU Track and Field FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBLOOMINGTON, Ind.-This weekend, Utah State track and field standouts Jordan Brandt and Christian Sonnenberg will compete at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships at Hayes Track at the Haugh Complex of Bloomington, Ind.Brandt, a sophomore-to-be out of Brighton High School in Sandy, Utah, will compete in the women’s 400-meter hurdles and Sonnenberg, a sophomore-to-be out of Fussa, Japan, will compete in the men’s discus throw.The championships will run from Friday-Sunday June 15-17 and will serve as Team USATF’s selection event for the 2018 IAAF World U-20 championships in Tampere, Finland July 10-15. June 14, 2018 /Sports News – Local Pair of USU Aggies Track & Field Stars To Compete at Junior Outdoor Championships Brad James Written by
September 4, 2019 /Sports News – National Antonio Brown reacts to $54,000 in fines from Oakland Raiders Written by Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Allen Kee / ESPN Images(OAKLAND, Calif.) — Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown is ready to make opposing defensive backs pay up this season, according to his latest post on social media.Brown posted a letter from team general manager Mike Mayock on Wednesday, which informed the All-Pro that he was being fined $13,950 for missing a team walk-through on August 22. Brown was with the team in Winnipeg that day for a preseason game.The letter also mentions $40,000 in previous fines for missing training camp on August 18, and that he could face additional fines for missing any more mandatory team activities. In an Instagram story, Brown wrote “When your own team want to hate but there’s no stopping me now Devil is a lie. Everyone got to pay this year so we clear.”Oakland acquired Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in March for multiple draft picks. Brown missed the beginning of training camp with frostbite on his feet from a cryotherapy accident. He then sat out while a dispute with the NFL was ongoing over permission to wear his preferred type of helmet. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
NZ Herald 14 July 2013Health initiative proposes vaccination priority for males from the age of 11 who identify as homosexual.Health experts want to target boys from the age of 11 who identify as gay to be first for vaccinating against genital warts and a range of cancers.The Pharmacology and Therapeutics Advisory Committee is considering whether males aged between 11 and 25 who identify as men who have sex with men should be given priority for a publicly funded human papillomarvirus (HPV) vaccination.Experts say targeting such a specific group before they become sexually active poses problems despite the potential for their being at high risk of contracting warts and anal and throat cancers.Gay youth advocacy group Rainbow Youth welcomes the health initiative but warns of any actions that further isolate young gay people.The Government funds Gardasil for girls between the ages of 12 and 18 years to ward off cervical cancer.As well as preventing cervical cancer, it also reduces the risk of genital warts in the same age group and the advisory committee wants to extend the protection to boys.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=10897861
Suarez was banned for 10 matches after putting his teeth into Ivanovic during a Barclays Premier League clash in April and has been linked with a move away from Anfield, with Stamford Bridge rumoured to be among his possible destinations. “About Luis Suarez, I said straight after the game, whatever happened on the field finished there,” Ivanovic said in Bangkok. “He’s one of the best strikers in the Premier League. I don’t have any problem with him.” Ivanovic has been linked himself with a move, with big-spending Ligue 1 clubs Paris St Germain and Monaco apparently courting the Serbia defender’s signature. The 29-year-old downplayed the prospect of a transfer ahead of Jose Mourinho’s first match of his second spell in charge, the Bangkok clash with Singha All-Stars which comes a week into pre-season preparations. “The first thing, we are a little bit too far from reality,” Ivanovic said. “We are not so focused on that kind of thing. For us, the most important thing is to pass this base, which is very important for every single player for the beginning of the season. “My situation, I’ve always said I’m happy to be here. “I will do everything and will work hard to do everything for the club. Nothing will change until the last day I’m here.” Branislav Ivanovic would be happy for Chelsea to sign Liverpool’s Luis Suarez despite being on the receiving end of a bite from the Uruguayan last season. Press Association