Katayama, whose back and knee problems prevented him from picking up a club for two weeks before the Under Armor event, made a strong start at the par-71 Fujizakura Country Club with back-to-back birdies from the second hole.Katayama’s only blip came with a bogey on the eighth but the three-time money title winner birdied the ninth and parred his remaining nine holes for victory. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES FUJIKAWAGUCHIKO, Yamanashi Pref. – Shingo Katayama provided the perfect tonic for his aching limbs with a three-shot victory at the Fujisankei Classic on Sunday.A week after missing the cut for the first time since 2004 at the Under Armor KBC Augusta, Katayama bounced back with a 2-under-par 69 in the final round to hold off China’s Liang Wenchong and claim his second title of the season. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Oct 25, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs head coach Dan Mullen before the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY SportsSTARKVILLE — The nation’s coaches showed Mississippi State more respect than the Southeastern Conference’s media — albeit slightly more.MSU fell just outside the preseason Amway Coaches Top 25 Poll, receiving the 26th most votes on Thursday. The Bulldogs garnered fewer votes than all but one SEC West team. Texas A&M received 149. Mississippi State was one spot higher with 164.The SEC media picked MSU to finish last in the West during media days two weeks ago.Kellenberger: Thoughts on preseason top 25 poll revealTennessee totaled 166 votes to take the 25th spot from MSU.The Volunteers rounded out eight teams in the top 25. Including Mississippi State and Texas A&M, 10 SEC schools fell inside the top 27.Alabama ranked highest at No. 3, behind Ohio State at No. 1 and TCU. All three teams received first-place votes. The Buckeyes garnered 64 of the 66 total first-place votes.Auburn was next among SEC schools at No. 7 and Georgia ranked No. 9. LSU and Ole Miss at No. 13 and No. 15 respectively rounding out the top 15 teams. Arkansas at No. 20 and Missouri at 23 capped off the SEC squad ahead of Tennessee.Despite reaching No. 1 last season and finishing with the first 10-win regular season in school history, MSU hasn’t received high praise from national analysts during the preseason.Most prognosticators slate Mississippi State as a bottom feeder in the SEC West. The Associated Press predicted MSU would play in the Birmingham Bowl at the end of the season. The Golden Nugget sports casino lists MSU as underdogs in all seven SEC games it lists lines for.“I don’t view that as a real negative, which I love that maybe people look past us, underestimate us, say we don’t have much of a chance this year,” MSU coach Dan Mullen said during SEC Media Days. “We kind of like that role, that fits us, how to play with a little bit of a chip on your shoulder and go out there and prove everybody wrong.”Entire Preseason Amway Coaches PollRANK TEAM RECORD POINTS 1ST PLACE VOTES1 Ohio State 14-1 1598 622 TCU 12-1 1487 13 Alabama 12-2 1452 14 Baylor 11-2 1365 05 Oregon 13-2 1260 06 Michigan State 11-2 1230 07 Auburn 8-5 1103 08 Florida State 13-1 1057 09 Georgia 10-3 1026 010 USC 9-4 1014 011 Notre Dame 8-5 883 012 Clemson 10-3 838 013 LSU 8-5 727 014 UCLA 10-3 697 015 Ole Miss 9-4 668 016 Arizona State 10-3 577 017 Georgia Tech 11-3 573 018 Wisconsin 11-3 470 019 Oklahoma 8-5 407 020 Arkansas 7-6 377 021 Stanford 8-5 365 022 Arizona 10-4 299 023 Missouri 11-3 229 024 Boise State 12-2 190 025 Tennessee 7-6 166 0Others Receiving VotesMississippi State 164; Texas A&M 149; Oklahoma State 89; Virginia Tech 70; Utah 40; Kansas State 37; Louisville 27; Nebraska 27; Minnesota 25; Penn State 20; South Carolina 18; Miami (Fla.) 16; Texas 8; Illinois 7; Duke 6; Air Force 5; Louisiana Tech 5; Marshall 4; Utah State 4; West Virginia 3; North Carolina State 3; Brigham Young 3; Florida 2; Georgia Southern 2; North Carolina 2; Maryland 1; Michigan 1; Kentucky 1; Central Florida 1; Cincinnati 1; Washington 1.Contact Michael Bonner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.
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Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Late equaliser denies Brentford victory at Leeds Brentford manager Marinus DijkhuizenBrentford head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen said his team deserved to beat Leeds having been “by far the better side” in the 1-1 draw.New signing Marco Djuricin opened the scoring half an hour into his debut but the Bees had to settle for a point when Mirco Antenucci levelled 14 minutes from time.Dijkhuizen said he was happy with the standard of football his side played, but was frustrated they did not win the game.AdChoices广告He said: “I am very disappointed because we were by far the better side.“In the first half, we could have been up 2-0 or 3-0. After the break we had a little bit more of the long balls but still we got a couple of big chances, so I think we deserved to win.“Marco Djuricin makes the first goal, a very good goal. He also did some good running, made some good touches and created a lot of confusion with the opposition.“He had a big chance to kill the game, after an hour, the ball against the post – that was the big chance.“But then in the last 10 minutes we were maybe lucky to draw because we could have lost it. That’s typical of the Championship.”Dijkhuizen defended another debutant, Ryan Woods, who was guilty of losing the ball in the build up to Leeds’ equaliser.He said: “Ryan took a little bit too much time [on the ball], so it’s a big lesson for him.“He’s come from a lower level. He can play good football, he just has to get used to the level.”
Members SportsLogos.Net Share this post $$$…that’s about all I can think of. Perhaps they feel a newly minted Racing Indy would profit off their name/heritage or something. (Isn’t that about what “protecting intellectual property” boils down to, anyway?)Of course it does. When has anybody ever suggested that it was about something other than money? Link to post Share this post Sign in to follow this 0 Share this post Pretty much the entire identity has already been all but made up for months now—or at least, I guess I should say, the one that at last check was garnering the most support on FB—they’ve already got scarves, nicknames (“Brickers”) and the whole nine.If the club name ends up being anything other than a black-white-and-green-clad Racing Indy FC, it’ll be one super heckuva surprise. (Not that I’ll be around to see it or anything like that, though.) Which is to say I don’t even see the point in this name-the-team contest. Especially since the given choices all pretty well suck. Buc 2,171 2 Share on other sites 257 Needschat NASL Indianapolis ‘name the team’ 2,305 mcrosby Page 1 of 2 Location:Wisconsin Location:Fort Worth Gothamite Sign in to follow this 1 The NASL has awarded an expansion team to Indy, and with that, the chance to name the team. The team has given 4 options as well as an write-in space. The options:AthleticMajesticSpeedUnitedThe most interesting part of this: The survey asks which colors the voter prefers. I hope the NASL leaves the naming and color choices to the fans but gets a pro to develop the identity. 0 zigbazah Members pcgd 0 411 SportsLogos.Net Buc 9,565 posts Link to post 411 2,171 531 29texan Recommended Posts Next Share on other sites 262 NASL Indianapolis ‘name the team’ 2,305 posts five boroughs, one City. Since it can’t be Racing Indianapolis, use Indianapolis Brickmen. Oh wait, IMS will whine about that, too *eyeroll* Gothamite kmccarthy27 Members 0 Or Indy Racers. (Who wants to bet that NEITHER of the 4 choices given will be selected?) Share on other sites Share this post Racing Indy would be my #1 choice, followed by something a bit different: Indianapolis Torch. Indy Torch would be in reference to the Indiana flag. Location:Wisconsin We’ll get turned around soon. 0 Members 3,147 Share this post Link to post Link to post Share this post Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Share this post 3,147 0 Link to post Followers 1 4,868 posts It’s not “whining”, its protecting their intellectual property. Anything racing-related would be infringing upon it, an attempt to cash in on the previously-established sport. It would be also be patently obvious, otherwise why would the NASL team choose it? We’ll get turned around soon. But you got your scarf, don’t you? I remember when I first found that group on FB, of which I was a part before I shut my account off (check the sig below–you’ll see that crest in there). Whoever spearheaded that movement deserves a ton of credit. And I also remember thinking to myself, when I first saw the proposed crest and initial concepts, that black/white/green was an unexpected approach (the far-too-predictable blue and white with maybe some dark red would have been more expected–I myself fell victim to that with an Indy pro soccer fantasy concept I started working on a long time ago but never finished). No one really thinks of Indy and sees black/white/green–but when you think of racing flags (the checkered and “go” flags), it begins to make so much sense it ain’t even funny. Of course then came the whole Brickyard Battalion thing(which I also assimilated myself into)…and I knew they had solid footing there. In my mind, the whole thing’s almost ready-made to go. That’s primarily why I can’t see any other identity being applied to this future team. I’ll just have to remind myself to get a scarf before they all run out. 3,147 Share this post Members Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus Prev Link to post Share on other sites Brian in Boston 53,285 posts 3,147 Members 2,171 0 Members Members Gothamite 0 pcgd Writing when I should draw, drawing when I should write All of that is the supporters group. Kind of how “sons of Ben” was around befor e Philadelphia Union. They shared nothing in regards to colors, logos etc. By mcrosby, January 19, 2013 in Sports Logo News Link to post Racing Indy FC. Black and White Checker Jerseys for home. And for Away do some brick pattern for BrickyardSomebody hasn’t been reading the thread… Link to post Posted January 19, 2013 3,147 Buc Sports Logo News Share this post 209 2,171 Forums Home 0 Posted January 19, 2013 Share this post 22,644 Sports Logos Buc 257 Link to post Posted January 19, 2013 0 Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus Location:Wisconsin pcgd 0 3,965 posts 3,147 kmccarthy27 3,147 2,171 22,644 9,565 posts Members Whittier S 14,053 posts mcrosby Apparently, this note was posted amongst the comments on the Indy Pro Soccer “Name the Team” page:James….and anyone else desiring Racing Indy or variations of it….please note that we received a message from the IMS this week letting us know they would need to protect their IP rights if the team pursued that name.peterThe “Peter” in question is Indy Pro Soccer team president Peter Wilt. The “IMS” referenced is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This being the case, I’m guessing that the new Indianapolis-based NASL franchise is not going to be named Racing Indy.All of that being said, I’d opt for one of the following spins on the Athletic option…AC IndianapolisAC IndianaAthletic Club IndianapolisAthletic Club IndianaIndianapolis ACIndiana ACIndianapolis Athletic ClubIndiana Athletic ClubThis would allow the supporters to informally dub the club “the Racers”, with ownership/management explaining to the IMS that they can’t dictate the franchise’s unofficial nickname to the team’s fans. zigbazah Buc 3,965 posts Posted January 20, 2013 Sounds like a good time to form a relationship with IMS. 0 Posted January 21, 2013 22,644 0 Share on other sites Gothamite Members Members $$$…that’s about all I can think of. Perhaps they feel a newly minted Racing Indy would profit off their name/heritage or something. (Isn’t that about what “protecting intellectual property” boils down to, anyway?)Unrelated, sort of, earlier today I saw through another media outlet another proposal: “Crossroads United”. Setting aside the fact that I can’t see or hear the word “crossroads” without immediately humming the Bone Thugs N’ Harmony classic song of the same name right behind it, may not be best suggestion in the world, but it’s certainly not the worst one, either. 262 All Activity mcrosby Favourite Logos:Seattle Sounders FC 22,644 mcrosby Prev 22,644 Share this post Link to post Page 1 of 2 mcrosby 29texan mcrosby Whittier S 14,053 posts 3,147 0 five boroughs, one City. Members Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely Location:Nap Town 411 Needschat Location:Nap Town 3,147 Members Posted January 19, 2013 Share on other sites 2,171 3,147 257 Gothamite Buc Yeah, I really don’t see what they would get that would be worth diluting their brand. Posted January 21, 2013 Share this post 22,644 378 posts 257 Share on other sites Share on other sites I agree that te IMS has to attempt to protect their property, however I can’t see how they would win a ruling for “racing” considering its so generic. “Brickers,” “brickyard fc,” or similar I do agree infringes.I don’t agree that naming the team that is trying to gain fans. Racing and mainly Indy car racing is part of the identity of the city and its bigger than just the IMS. Many people work in the industry, open wheel racing in the US is headquartered here, the town shuts down for the races, and heck, the city marathon ends with 2.5 miles around the track. Plus there is little to no overlap in fan bases.Now I think it’s in the NASL’s team best interest not to pursue it. The team isn’t going to gain or lose fans based on the name. The “athletic” name is growing on me based on all sports being such a big deal to Indy though. Link to post Favourite Logos:Hartford Whalers (’93-’97), Milwaukee Brewers (’78-’93), Portland Timbers (’15- ) 2,171 Share on other sites 2,171 Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus Posted January 21, 2013 Share this post 2,305 NASL Indianapolis ‘name the team’ 0 2,171 Share on other sites 22,644 Looks like an Athletic variation would officially be AC. Personally, I think Athletic fits the city well. I can’t think of any city where sport is such an important part of the city (from all the national championships in absofreakinlutely everything that it hosts.) 209 Share on other sites Posted January 19, 2013 22,644 53,285 posts Share on other sites Buc five boroughs, one City. Share this post mcrosby mcrosby 0 Link to post Gothamite 531 Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely Sports Logos Racing Indy. Share this post 0 Buc Sounds like a good time to form a relationship with IMS.No doubt. I mean, I’d hate to see all that great imagery that’s already been created go by the wayside. That said, I certainly understand where IMS is coming from in this situation, so from a business end it makes sense. 3,147 Followers 1 Link to post Racing Indy FC. Black and White Checker Jerseys for home. And for Away do some brick pattern for Brickyard 2,305 Members 22,644 262 Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus Share this post From the business end it’s a great idea for the NASL side. From the IMS, it’s not as rewarding. They might get a few things, but nothing as significant as what the NASL would be getting. five boroughs, one City. Location:Williamstown, NJ Members Posted January 21, 2013 Gothamite 257 14,053 posts 257 Share on other sites Posted January 21, 2013 Gothamite Share on other sites 2,171 Posted January 20, 2013 Link to post 22,644 53,285 posts Share this post Link to post Posted January 22, 2013 1,453 posts We’ll get turned around soon. Share on other sites Sports Logo News Share on other sites Posted January 21, 2013 53,285 posts Share this post 2,171 22,644 14,053 posts 666 Favourite Logos:Caribous of Colorado, Tulsa Roughnecks, San Antonio Gunslingers Location:Wisconsin 0 Posted January 20, 2013 Share this post Members 209 Forums Home Members Posted January 22, 2013 3,303 posts 3,965 posts We’ll get turned around soon. 0 3,147 2,171 Link to post Share this post Posted January 19, 2013 Posted January 19, 2013 Share on other sites pcgd 1 Link to post 666 Members 3,965 posts Posted January 20, 2013 Share on other sites Members Posted January 21, 2013 22,644 Go To Topic Listing Link to post Location:Minneapolis, MN All Activity 1 2 Share on other sites Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely This topic is now closed to further replies. 531 Members Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely Next Brian in Boston 9,940 posts 666 Needschat Location:upstate NY
Voitāne previously represented the club of the strongest championship in Cyprus “Apollon Ladies”, but next season she will be the first Latvian in the German Bundesliga.The club reports that the Latvian has arrived in the German team at the beginning of this week, but on Wednesday he went to a five-day training camp together with “Meppen”.“Sandra is a dynamic, purposeful and growth-oriented football player, who will help us to create a different game in the attack. We will continue to look for additions to the line-up,” said Maria Reisingere, the team’s sports director.The Meppen team will debut in the Bundesliga Championship next season.The 20-year-old Voitāne has previously represented the Latvian U-17 and U-19 national teams in his career, as well as has already managed to play 33 games in the adult national team.Voitāne spent almost the entire match on the court in the last two qualifying games of the 2021 European Championship against Hungary and Iceland.The midfielder debuted in the national team in February 2015, when he was only 15 years old.Others are currently reading After living in the countryside, Una Ulme returns to Riga: “Actually, I’m not ready for it” The chief US expert on infectious diseases has an opinion on Chinese and Russian coronavirus vaccines PHOTO: Islamic Rebecca Koha shows her happy daily life with her beloved Moaz
Several tournaments organized by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) have been postponed, the FIBA announced on Tuesday. Content will continue after the ad Advertising In a statement released on Tuesday, FIBA stated that in the women’s strongest tournament, FIBA Euroleague, the final decisions on the upcoming season will be made at a meeting of club and league representatives.However, FIBA indicated that all parties involved will work to start the tournament on time – the end of September and the beginning of October. However, the course of the tournament may be affected by travel restrictions imposed by several countries related to the spread of Covid-19.The most titled women’s team “TTT Rīga” from Latvia will take part in this tournament.Also in the tournament will be Galatasaray from Istanbul, represented by Anete Steinberg, as well as Elina Babkin’s team from Orenburg’s “Nadezhda” (Russia) and Gundar’s “Arka” (Poland) trained by Gundars Vētra.The FIBA European Cup qualifiers, on the other hand, will take place on 10 and 17 December, instead of 24 September and 1 October, as previously planned. The first games of the season are scheduled for January 7.Mehsen’s “Kangoroes” (Belgium), represented by Ances Aizsila, will meet with Tenerife’s “Clarinos” unit from Spain. The main tournament will feature Castors Braine (Belgium) from Kate Krēsliņa and Umana Reyer (Italy) from Laura Meldere. The FIBA European Cup men’s tournament will start the new season on January 6.During the regular season, the format will remain the same – the teams are divided into six groups of four each. The next round will be reached by the two best teams in each group.FIBA indicated that all three of the above competitions are likely to be played in a “bubble” previously seen in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL).This idea will be discussed at the next FIBA board meeting in October.It is also known that the Latvian U-20 national team will hold the European Championship in Division B on July 16-25 in the Georgian capital Tbilisi, but the European Championship in Division B is planned for the U-18 national team from July 30 to August 8 in the Romanian city of Oradea.The European U-20 Women’s Championship will be decided at the FIBA Board meeting scheduled for November, while the U-18 European Women’s Championship will take place in Heraklion, Greece. The tournament is scheduled for July 24 to August 1.
Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Amazing movies best funny animals GABRIEL JESUS is wanted by Juventus in a £58.5million move – and they would love him to link up with Mauro Icardi.Brazilian international Jesus has not played as much as he would have liked this season, although he did start the 2-0 victory over West Ham on Wednesday.Jesus started Man City’s 2-0 win over West HamCredit: Getty Images – GettyWith Sergio Aguero wanting a move back to Argentina when his current contract runs out in 2021, Pep Guardiola is keen to have Jesus learn from him before the Argentine departs.The 22-year-old has scored nine times in his 22 Prem matches this season.Guardiola has given him more of a look-in in the Champions League – and one incentive for Jesus to head to the Old Lady could be guaranteed European football.Man City are, of course, facing a two-year ban from UEFA competitions. Juve boss Maurizio Sarri is also looking to sign the Inter Milan striker Icardi, who is currently on loan at PSG.Icardi looks to be unwanted in Antonio Conte’s side and PSG are not certain that they want to sign him permanently at the end of the season.Icardi’s loan contract with the Ligue 1 champions does include an option to buy at the end of the season, with the Argentine’s fee being £58m.Should PSG not make the Argentina star’s contract permanent, it is likely that Juventus will attempt a swoop for both Jesus and Icardi this summer.Mauro Icardi celebrating a goal in Ligue 1 against SC AmiensCredit: EPAMan City ball boy consoled after accidentally picking up ball before Sergio Aguero’s shot went out against West Ham 10 Best Travel Destinations in Taiwan Football player touch female referee s breast! Omg this is awesome 🙂 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.
ABC/Richard CartwrightLegal representatives of Stan Lee are accusing the comic-book legend’s presumed business manager, Keya Morgan, of elder abuse, Deadline reports. The judge granted a temporary restraining order until a July 6 hearing, blocking Morgan from contacting Lee or coming within 100 yards of him. Tom Lallas, Lee’s former lawyer, said Morgan “is unduly influencing Mr. Lee and isolating him.”“He has been denied contact with family members and other individuals that he has known and trusted over the years,” Lallas added. “Mr. Morgan relocated Mr. Lee from his family home into an unfamiliar environment without notifying relatives of his whereabouts.”A statement from two of Lee’s other lawyers, Kirk Edward Schenck and Jonathan Freund, reveals that Lee “is in good health and great spirits after undergoing a very dangerous ordeal.”It continues, “Stan Lee is excited to get back to ‘business as usual’ once he recovers from his recent ordeal, during which he felt compelled to take actions and make statements out of fear for his and his family’s personal safety,” the statement reads.Earlier this week, Lee posted a video to Twitter, stating his allegiance to Morgan. “My only partner and business manager is @KeyaMorgan not all the other people making false claims,” the post reads. One insider told Deadline that Morgan and Lee’s relationship was “a classic case of Stockholm Syndrome.”Morgan’s entanglements in Lee’s affairs do not stop there. In May, he filed a suit on behalf of Lee, claiming the CEO of Lee’s former company, Pop! Entertainment, tricked him into signing away the rights to his own name. Lee created or co-created some of Marvel’s most recognizable characters, like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, and The Avengers, in the 1960s. He founded Pop! Entertainment in 2001.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
By Greg Grabianowski BRITT, Iowa (April 25) – Brandon Nielsen raced from 10th starting to win Friday’s IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature at Hancock County Speedway. Runner-up Weston Koop raced from 12th starting and Wes Jahnz ended in third.John Logue topped the 22-car IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified field. Jerry Wren and Jeremy Mills completed the top three.Heath Tulp held Kevin Opheim in check to take the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car victory. Derek Green was third. Aaron Benson prevailed in a field of 28 Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods. Jared Boumeester, Nick Meyer and 16th starting Greg Sidles completed the top four.For the third straight week, Ryan Bryant was the winner of the Mach-1 Sport Compact feature after starting from the inside on row four. Jacob Kofoot was the runner-up with Ken Winkowitsch third.One hundred and three cars were in the pits at Britt.