Month: October 2022

Ocon says FIA red flag stance prevents F1 midfield shocks

In the wake of the controversial end to last year’s Abu Dhabi season, race director Michael Massey has been sacked and replaced with a new joint system between Nils Wittich and Eduardo Freitas. The pair changed the approach to race control, compared to Massey, on a number of topics, including track limits, safe car restarts, …

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Republicans are doing their best to convince you that crime is out of control. They don’t have any evidence. – Mother Jones

illustration mother jones Fighting misinformation: Sign up for free Mother Jones Daily Newsletter and follow up important news. If you’ve even watched A small portion of campaign ads before the midterms, you’d be forgiven for thinking American cities have become hotbeds of crime. In a recent ad for New York’s Republican governor candidate, Representative Lee …

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Montreal Canadiens Jake Allen is ready to play behind young defenders

Unless Kent Hughes pulls a rabbit out of his hat, the Montreal Canadiens are preparing to kick off the next campaign with three or four emerging players on their defensive roster. However, a person who may have to clean up any messes is not nervous. “I’m not worried about that,” said goalkeeper Jake Allen, after …

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New York Giants’ Daniel Jones shows improvement, but QB situation is murky ahead of Green Bay Packers game

East Rutherford, NJ — New York Giants coach Daniel Jones has a sprained ankle and showed some signs of improvement Monday, coach Brian Dabol said. Whether he will be able to play on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers in London remains in doubt. “Daniel is feeling a little better today,” Daboll said. “We’ll just …

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Revisiting the story of Lou Montgomery – Boston College Athletics

Story links This article was originally published as part of the BCEagles.com Black History Month series in February 2021. In the fall of 1937, Montgomery was one of three black students in a junior class in British Columbia, and he became the first black highland student athlete as a returnee for the …

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George Russell fastest in Japanese GP practice on Friday

Fernando Alonso in the Alps was fastest in FP1 before Russell outlasted his time in FP2, with both sessions taking place in wet weather conditions. FP1 Japanese Grand Prix results: Alonso faster than Sainz What happened in the Japanese free practice for Race 1? Heavy rain made the circuit treacherous, with Kevin Magnussen (Haas) and …

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What to read during the MLB playoffs | John Wilson

sDo you know that awful feeling you get when you hear that long-married friends are breaking up? I’ve felt something like this a few times in the past few years when some personal acquaintance or writer I’ve read with great pleasure announced their ultimate disappointment in baseball – Major League Baseball, which I’ve been following …

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Not sure what’s worse: ‘Shane Lowry rips Bryson DeChambeau on a parody rope

by: Nick Piastovsky September 29, 2022 Bryson DeChambeau during a video impersonating his rope ring. twitter.com Bryson Deschamps taunted himself. And Shane Lowry laughed at the fun of sarcasm. Before we get to the punches, here’s some background. Eleven days ago, at a LIV Golf event in Chicago, DeChambeau took a fan rope to his …

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Preview: UCI World Cup cyclocross inaugural – Waterloo

”]“filter”: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> Have we all recovered from the road season yet? If not, buckle up, because cyclocross season is already knocking on the door, and the inaugural UCI World Cup race begins this weekend in Waterloo, Wisconsin, October 7-9. The first round of the …

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