A war of words has erupted between the Racing Point and Renault Formula One teams, following accusations of cheating at the Styrian Grand Prix. Renault's protest relates to its suspicions that Racing Point is in breach of the regulations regarding the design of its RP20, which has drawn parallels to last year's title-winning Mercedes W10.
Serge Aurier's brother, Cristopher, has been shot dead in Toulouse. The UK Metro reports that the 26-year-old was shot twice in the stomach at a nightclub. He had a trial at Premier League promotion chasing Brentford in 2011. Serge Aurier played in Sunday's 2-1 north London derby defeat of Arsenal .
Coach Ron Rivera had said the team wanted to include the military in its new name, as well. According to The Washington Post , FedEx sent a letter to Snyder stating that the business would remove its name and signage from the stadium if the name was not changed.
This news is a punch in the gut for sports fans who were holding out some hope that the fall season wouldn't be affected by the virus. That game had been eliminated by the Big Ten's action on Thursday. "You'd be better off giving the spring a try and craft a conference-only spring schedule which can be contested in less time, less travel, etc". Non-Power Five schools will collectively lose at least $110 million - possibly up to $150 million - in revenue from guaranteed payments by Power ...
He will remain on the roster. The team said that Jackson had "accepted those consequences". The Eagles wide receiver, who posted anti-Semitic quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler, met Thursday with a group that fights against anti-Semitism, and was scheduled to meet with a 94-year-old Holocaust survivor on Friday.
Jermaine Blackwood walked in with West Indies struggling at 27 for 3 and then slammed a superb 95 to power them to a four-wicket victory over England in the first Test in Southampton . With England planning to rotate their bowlers during the hectic summer schedule, Broad is likely to return for the second Test, which begins on Thursday.