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“WWE placed corporate gain over its wrestlers’ health, safety, and financial security, choosing to leave the plaintiffs severely injured and with no recourse to treat their damaged minds and bodies,” according to the lawsuit, which does not say how much money the former wrestlers are seeking.
The IOC executive board announced steps on Tuesday following a scathing report by a World Anti-Doping Agency investigator who accused Russia’s sports ministry of overseeing doping of the country’s athletes across 28 Olympic sports
“This was fun,” he said. Only a reliever would think that after escaping a major jam
While he considered the Zika virus — Villegas and his wife are trying to start a family — his main concern was work
Firing Ryan also calls into question the future of manager Paul Molitor, who was hired to replace Ron Gardenhire before the 2015 season
The scheme lasted at least four years, covered 28 Olympic sports — both summer and winter — and involved at least 312 positive tests that went unreported at the behest of higher-ups in the country’s sports ministry, according to a 97-page report issued Monday
“I’m happy for Henrik,” said Mickelson, who finished three shots behind Stenson’s record score for a major championship. “I knew that he would ultimately come through and win. I’m disappointed that it was at my expense.”
Gray, who allowed five hits and three walks in a career-high 115 pitches, stranded two runners in the seventh with his fifth strikeout. That ended his day and gave him a 3.11 ERA and 64 strikeouts in his last 10 games.