Monthly Archives: November 2021

Golden girl back in town

HIDILYN DIAZ is back home after spending 20 days in Malacca, where she managed to escape the hustle and bustle of celebrity life as she won the country’s first Olympic gold medal in Tokyo in July. And now that she’s back, Diaz has also returned to the gym to keep …

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PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth bypasses landmines in Bali; Lakshya Sen facing the baptism of fire

PV Sindhu was drawn into a relatively trouble-free group for the BWF World Tour Finals, which take place December 1-5 in Bali, opening an almost assured path for herself to the semi-finals. Among the other Indians, Kidambi Srikanth has also managed to avoid landmines during the group stages, while Lakshya …

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Clare Wheeler keen to test the USA in her hometown at McDonald Jones Stadium with Matildas | Newcastle Herald

newsletters, selection list of editors, Newcastle’s Clare Wheeler plans to “feed” on the energy of a crowded McDonald Jones stadium on Tuesday night as the Matilas seek to turn the tide on the might of the United States’ global superpowers. The 23-year-old midfielder has won four caps for the Matildas …

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Fan-powered content: a tool for building community, expressing oneself and expanding accessibility

Editor’s Note: The FII #MoodOfTheMonth for November 2021 is Popular culture stories. We invite submissions on various aspects of pop culture, throughout this month. If you would like to contribute, please email your articles to [email protected] Fandoms have always been a dominant force. More often than not, the durability of …

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JudoInside – News – Tsogtbaatar Tsend-Ochir is big with three World Tour wins in 2021

On the second day of the Grand Slam in Abu Dhabi, Khikmatillokh Turaev illustrated what a tournament of this level really means because after eliminating a living legend like Lasha Shavdatuashvili, he had to face in the final a man who is on the way to to become. of the …

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Olympic heroes help light Christmas lights in West Cork city

There was a lot of party spirit in Skibbereen tonight as Olympic heroes Fintan McCarthy and Emily Hegarty along with local elementary school student Keela Hourihane officially turned on the Christmas lights. Keela Hourihane won a coloring contest run by the local Chamber of Commerce that saw her turn on …

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Dalian people love their Japanese city, but online reviews want us to think otherwise

~~ ~ In my work, I frequently consult Weibo, the microblogging social media platform in China. An essential tool for knowing what’s going on in China, Weibo was where a doctor in Wuhan, Hubei province, first sounded the alarm bells about the spread of a new coronavirus. In China, where …

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Community front and center as Abu Dhabi prepares for swimming

For the casual sports fan, Abu Dhabi is probably best known for hosting the season finale of the Formula 1 World Championship. The capital of the United Arab Emirates has hosted an F1 race since 2009 and will do so again from December 9-12 this year. Normally, the Abu Dhabi …

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Whitesnake has ‘something special’ planned to coincide with the launch of the farewell tour

David Coverdale revealed that WHITESHAKE is planning “a very special project” to coincide with the band’s farewell tour which will begin in spring 2022. The WHITE SNAKE chef also said that there is little chance that John sykes appearing with the band, even on an ad hoc basis during the …

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Australia sends troops to Solomon Islands: Chinatown again attacked

Australia sends troops to Solomon Islands: Chinatown again attacked Sawako Utsumi and Kanako Mita Modern times of Tokyo The tense situation in Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands, has led Australia to send troops there. Thus, reputable peacekeeping troops hope to calm the situation after two days of riots …

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