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@.@baseballpro ranks Miguel Montero 6th in "extra strikes" on pitch-framing. Cubs prospered from one framing today http

FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships 2015 LIVE - Day 10

FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships 2015 LIVE - Day 10

The Hague, the Netherlands, July 5, 2015 - It is the final day of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships 2015. Catch all the action LIVE from The Hague as the men's medals are decided.

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@NBA 6th Man of the Year Lou Williams agrees to deal with Lakers His 15.5 PPG last season with Raptors was a career-high

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Arrighetti hopes two Ankara wins may help Italy advance

Arrighetti hopes two Ankara wins may help Italy advance

Ankara, Turkey, July 5, 2015 - Italy finished its 2015 FIVB World Grand Prix Pool C tournament with a 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-17) victory against home team Turkey. These are the statements from after this match:

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@Venus and Serena square off tomorrow in the Round of 16, their 1st Grand Slam meeting since the 2009 Wimbledon final http

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@Justin Verlander gives up 6 runs in 5th inning vs Blue Jays 5th time in his career he's allowed 6+ runs in an inning. 1st since June 2014

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@@jamesbernstein Cheers James, pleased with that. They'll be gunning for us now!

Italy shut out Turkey for their second win in Ankara

Italy shut out Turkey for their second win in Ankara

Ankara, Turkey, July 5, 2015 – The women’s national team of Italy secured the runner-up position in the final standings of FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix Pool C in Ankara. The Italians shut out Turkey by 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-17) to leave the opponent winless on home ground. Turkey’s Polen Uslupehlivan and Italy’s Alessia Gennari shared the honours as top scorers of the match with 17 points each.

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@@cj0306 Thanks very much Chris

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@@DocTomEvens Much appreciated Tom! Good to see you the other day, keep up the great work!

Zagreb Grand Prix 2015 - Croatia

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British Grand Prix: once mighty McLaren appear to have lowered F1 sights

British Grand Prix: once mighty McLaren appear to have lowered F1 sights

Fernando Alonso’s single point in race where Jenson Button did not complete lap one is deemed progress for a team on course for its lowest finish in 35 years It is hard to know quite how McLaren will view their home grand prix as the dust and drizzle settles after a thrilling race at Silverstone. Their car and its Honda power unit has been way off the pace all season and they had qualified 17th and 18th on the grid, ahead of only the two Manor cars, and in the race Jenson Button was knocked out on lap one by his team-mate Fernando Alonso. Yet, Alonso did finish in the points, albeit with only one, in 10th . That this is only the second time the team have scored this season yet still might be seen as a positive is indicative of how a once mighty marque are now struggling. The great days of the team’s partnership with Honda in the 1980s, of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, of winning 15 of 16 races in 1988, could not seem further away and at the moment there seems little hope of improvement on the horizon. The racing director, Eric Boullier, made it clear this weekend that the idea of Honda, who began developing their engine two years after the other manufacturers, having long-term goals for success was incompatible with his team’s need to start winning now. Related: Lewis Hamilton wins British F1 GP from Nico Rosberg at damp Silverstone Related: Williams thwarted by weather in British Grand Prix but future looks brighter | Giles Richards Continue reading...

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@@GreenDayTrace Thanking you very much, glad you enjoyed!

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@@SteveG1004 No worries! We had a good one. Hope all is well

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@@sam_garlick Thanks for all your messages Sam, much appreciated!

VLOG #110 TENNIS

  • Posted 2 months ago | Tennis

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@What a race...we pulled it out the bag! Thanks to everyone cheering us on today. If you missed it, catch it here

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@Welcome @Botswana to the very small club of sub-44 second countries (now 4). Which country will be next?

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@Tiger Woods posted a score of 67 today after posting a 66 in the 1st round of the event His 2 lowest scores in any round since March 2014

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@RT @unlimited473

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@All 4 scorers from the 2011 WWC final are back in 2015 (Morgan, Wambach, Miyama, Sawa) http

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@RT @BritAthletics

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@She’s next for sub 11. RT @r_etheridge123