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LPGA Tour: World No. 2 Nelly Korda reveals details of hospital trip and treatment for blood clot | Golf News

Nelly Korda hasn’t played since the LPGA Drive On Championship in early February; The 23-year-old was diagnosed with a blood clot after going to hospital on Friday and is receiving further treatment at home, with no date confirmed for her return to the LPGA Tour Last update: 03/13/22 8:08 p.m. …

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Forrest and Westlake will carry the Canadian flag at the opening of the Paralympic Games

Breadcrumb Links Other sports Olympic Games The duo are two of Canada’s most decorated Winter Paralympians. Wheelchair curler Ina Forrest poses for a photo at the Paralympic Summit in Calgary, Alta., Monday, June 5, 2017. Photo by Jeff McIntosh /THE CANADIAN PRESS Content of the article Wheelchair curler Ina Forrest …

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FIRST LOOK: New Scotty Cameron Phantom X prototype putters on the PGA Tour

Four new mallets from master craftsman Scotty Cameron’s line of next-generation Phantom X putters – based on the success and feedback of Phantom X players through world tours, including reigning FedEx Cup Champion Patrick Cantlay – are now available to PGA Tour players. Two models – the NEW Phantom X …

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UGA President Jere Morehead Shares ‘Deep Gratitude’ to University Community | Campus News

During the annual State of the University address on Wednesday afternoon, University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead highlighted the past year’s accomplishments, announced new initiatives, and thanked the UGA community. for his “tireless work” and service. “As I reflect on the past 12 months – a year with no …

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Many return to live in the last deserted city of Fukushima

TOKYO — Several former residents of Futaba, Japan’s only uninhabited city still recovering from the effects of radiation from nuclear power plant meltdowns in 2011, have returned to live for the first time since the earthquake and tsunami drove them out. Authorities declared most other areas safe and reopened them …

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Manchester World Indoor Tour: who, what and when

International indoor athletics returns to the UK on Saturday with the BoXX United Manchester World Indoor Tour featuring athletes from over 40 nations The World Indoor Tour kicks off this week with Manchester hosting one of the Silver Standard events on Saturday (January 22). It is the first truly international …

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Alexander Zverev and Rafael Nadal on day 1 of the Australian Open | ATP Tour

Training at the Australian Open, Alexander Zverev wore his country’s Olympic attire, a yellow tank top emblazoned with “GERMANY” and the familiar five interlocking rings. “There is no psychology behind it. I just feel very comfortable in this kit,” said Zverev, who stunned world number one Novak Djokovic en route …

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Crystal Pena switches from horseback riding to mountain biking

In a short time, Crystal Pena went from mountain biking novice to Florida State Champion. Photo by Donn Ingemie Crystal Pena, a longtime Loxahatchee resident and avid equestrian, has turned her career around in the equestrian world and is now an accomplished mountain bike racer. For years, Pena, now 26, …

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Top five community success stories of 2021

The badminton community continued to work together in 2021 to bring the sport to as many people as possible. Through creative return-to-play programs, engagement with clubs and players, and the impact of Olympians and Paralympians as accessible role models, the nation’s most played racquet sport has welcomed players new and …

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Yuto Totsuka takes first Dew Tour victory of the year

Reigning World Champion Yuto Totsuka’s gold medal performance in the men’s snowboard halfpipe final earned him his first win of the season on Sunday, day five and final day of the Dew Tour Copper Mountain in Colorado. The 20-year-old from Kanagawa Prefecture won the title with a score of 95.50 …

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heroes connecting communities across Wales

Lauren Price and Katherine Hughes of Caerphilly are both winners of the National Lottery Awards The National Lottery Awards are a chance to celebrate the inspiring work of ordinary people and projects doing extraordinary things with the help of National Lottery funding across the UK. Over 660,000 fundraising scholarships have …

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Carl Nassib designed rainbow cleats to support the LGBTQ community

Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib, who became the first active openly gay NFL player in June, helped design custom rainbow studs to raise awareness and raise funds for the LGBTQ community. As part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats fundraiser, Nassib created the Rainbow Cleats this season …

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The 10 best LPGA moments from an action-packed 2021 touring season

The LPGA’s “super” season certainly delivered some drama. The budding rivalry between Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko peaked at the end of the season, where Ko dealt a decisive blow for 2021. Fans are eager to see the pair get it all back in January. 2021 has been a …

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Golfer Morikawa wins DP World Tour

First published in the November 25 print issue of Outlook Vallée Soleil. La Cañada Flintridge native Collin Morikawa made golf history once again by winning the DP World Championship and becoming the first American to win the title of the European Tour’s Race to Dubai.The La Cañada high school graduate …

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City summit meets at Future Gold Coast lunch

The future of the Gold Coast is bright – and according to some of the world leaders of the Bulletin’s Future Gold Coast event, it should get even brighter, with big tourism projects in the works and avenues to make the Olympics a success. from 2032.. Hundreds of people gathered …

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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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Santa Claus is coming back to town

Santa and Mrs Claus won’t be arriving in their Grosse Pointe-themed sleigh this year – it was recently auctioned off by Grosse Pointe Park – but they will still wave to the crowd from a special vehicle during the Santa Claus Parade de Grosse Pointe November 26. Advertising GROSSE POINTE …

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Welsh Rugby Union | Club & Community

As Great Britain enjoys unprecedented success in wheelchair rugby, having claimed victory in the last three consecutive European Championships and after a historic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games this summer, the vision of the event is clear: to offer the best European championships. already! This will be …

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Cuppa and daily quizzes: November 8, 2021

#OnThisDay – 1962 – The epic movie Mutiny on the Bounty, which recounts the 1789 mutiny on the HMS Premium, was released in American theaters; he was perhaps best known for his production struggles, many of which centered around star Marlon Brando. On UK roads, the “National speed limit applies” …

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