Dylan Talley’s daughter rediscovers her love for basketball after tour with Fred Hoiberg |  mens basketball

Dylan Talley’s daughter rediscovers her love for basketball after tour with Fred Hoiberg | mens basketball

Last week, coach Fred Hoiberg gave Tori Tyson and Skylar Talley the tour of Dylan Talley’s favorite spots on Nebraska’s campus. “To see that joy back in her meant everything to me,” Tyson said. “She wants to move to Nebraska. That’s the impression that this moment had (on her).” Submitted photo Nine-year-old Skylar Talley beamed …

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Super League: Sunday’s talking points and team news |  Rugby League News

Super League: Sunday’s talking points and team news | Rugby League News

England international Jake Wardle could make his Warrington debut against Salford on Sunday We look at what is being said and team news as Round 17 of the Super League regular season closes with two games on Sunday afternoon, with Wakefield Trinity hosting Wigan Warriors and Warrington Wolves welcoming Salford Red Devils… Wakefield Trinity vs …

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Why South African rugby’s move north is good for global game

Why South African rugby’s move north is good for global game

Opinion: Why South African rugby’s move north is good for global game That South African rugby has been picking good lines in recent seasons is rather obvious to even the most casual observer. Current Rugby World Cup champions, URC champions and a Test squad so deep that you’ll break fracking regulations just getting to the …

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Ukraine sumo team train for global glory in Japan

Ukraine sumo team train for global glory in Japan

Thousands of miles from home, Ukrainian players of an ancient Japanese sport prepare for an upcoming tournament, in another corner of the world. A team of Ukrainian sumo wrestlers whose training was interrupted by Russia’s invasion is aiming for global glory after a monthlong camp in Japan. The six-strong Ukrainian amateur sumo team will fly …

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Steven Kwan, Austin Hedges check in with John Marshall chess teams: Guardians takeaways

Steven Kwan, Austin Hedges check in with John Marshall chess teams: Guardians takeaways

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Guardians players Steven Kwan and Austin Hedges have a friendly chess rivalry in the clubhouse, but when it comes to teaming up against a nationally-ranked opponent the two put their egos in check. The Guardians hosted members of John Marshall High School’s chess team on Wednesday for some friendly games on the …

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INTERNATIONAL RUGBY: Halifax’s Cooper Coats returns home and scores try, adds convert in Canada’s drubbing of Belgium

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY: Halifax’s Cooper Coats returns home and scores try, adds convert in Canada’s drubbing of Belgium

Welcome home, Cooper Coats. The lone Nova Scotian on the national senior men’s rugby squad was named player of the match in Canada’s 15s 45-0 drubbing of Belgium in an international test match Saturday afternoon at the Wanderers Grounds. Team Canada celebrates one of its six tries scored against Belgium during an international test match …

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July Calendar packed with Eid celebrations and live shows

Qatar Calendar’s (qatarcalendar.com) July release is out, featuring events exclusive to the month as well as ongoing exhibitions that run through the summer season. “With Eid al-Adha expected to fall between July 10 and 13, there are some special celebrations to look out for across the country. Building on the excitement, family-friendly shows will kick …

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England stuck in identity crisis and slipping backwards under Eddie Jones | Rugby union

Bouncing back from a disappointing first Test defeat in Australia can occasionally be done. England last managed it in 2010 when, as now, they lost in Perth to leave their head coach Martin Johnson in need of urgent salvation. He responded by relegating his old World Cup winning teammate, Jonny Wilkinson, to the bench. England …

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