“I know he’s looking for that title,” Stan Wawrinka said after beating Djokovic in the 2015 final. “I hope he will get one, one day, because he deserves one.”
The Jamaican great says “for me, it’s rough, it’s rough in the sport. Something that’s been tarnishing the sport for years.”
“This action could range from life-long Olympic bans for any implicated person, to tough financial sanctions, to acceptance of suspension or exclusion of entire national federations like the already existing one for the Russian Athletics Federations by the IAAF,” he wrote.
“He was in control,” Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. “An outstanding job. There were a lot of ground balls, a lot of poor swings.”
A look at what’s happening all around the majors today:
FUN FACT: Which trainer has the most wins at the Preakness? It’s not Bob Baffert, yet. The Triple Crown-winning trainer won his sixth last year with American Pharoah, tying him with fellow Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas. He plans to send out new shooter Collected in an attempt to upset Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist — and tie the record held for a long time by Robert Wyndham Walden, who at one point strung together five in a row from 1878-1882.
“All those athletes infringing anti-doping rules will be banned from competing at the Olympic Games” in Rio, the IOC said after a teleconference meeting of its policy-making executive board.
“We’ve noted the general proliferation of drone-usage in society,” Khoury said in his Paris office. “So no-fly zones will be defined over every training ground and every stadium, and in most stadiums and for most matches anti-drone measures — which are quite innovative — will be deployed, working with the state, which will interfere with drones and take control of them if they are spotted.”
“The more we learn about Zika, the more worried we get about it,” Dr. Margaret Chan said in a briefing Tuesday in Geneva, saying she herself would be going to the Rio Games.