The 21-19 21-19 win for Srikanth, ranked 11th in the world, lifted the sagging spirits of India on the 10th day of competitions as he became the second shuttler after Parupalli Kashyap in the London Games four years ago to reach the last eight in men's singles.
They had raced to drain green-tinged water out of the pool overnight at a venue that has embarrassed Rio organizers. According to the New York Times , somebody accidentally added 160 litres of hydrogen peroxide on August 5 to the pool used for diving, which neutralized the chlorine and caused it to turn green.
That means a lot more Chase Daniel and McLeod Bethel-Thompson at backup quarterback. "It's still easy for him to grow", Reich said , "[He's] just got to concentrate and get the mental reps. For now, Wentz is taking those dreaded "mental reps", which is another way of saying he's watching the other quarterbacks practice. "But at every position, certainly at the quarterback position, I expect to see continued growth".
It was an exciting finish after Jimenez birdied the last four holes for a 67 to match Durant at 19-under at the TPC Twin Cities course and then birdied the 18 hole in the playoff before Jimenez took the win with the eagle putt. If I make the top nine, then I deserve to be on the team. But you'll also notice that Furyk made pars on holes 13-15. "I'm hitting it well, I'm putting it well, it's trying to find a way to stay out of your own way really", he added.
Mr Trump has suffered what critics insist is a long string of missteps that have marred his campaign since he officially won the nomination last month. The controversy surrounding emails to Clinton Foundation staffers is the latest item of controversy Trump contends exposes the truth. "You're not allowed to do it", he said.
Thompson's win ensured that a Jamaican finished in first place in the 100 meters for a third year running, and it marked the seventh straight year in which a Jamaican woman medaled. "I have to make a big decision about what I'm going to do". In recent years, thanks to a tradition first established by the likes of Merlene Ottey and continued by Bolt and Fraser-Pryce, Jamaica has dominated the world-best time lists and medal podiums through four Olympics.