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Canton Cowboys-Steelers preview – The Athletic

The NFL returns Thursday night with the return of preseason football and the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio. Two of the NFL’s most popular teams – the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys – face off in the first preseason game since 2019. You may remember that the …

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In record time, Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad finish 1-2 in the 400 hurdles

Sydney McLaughlin competes in the women’s 400m hurdles at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on August 4, 2021 in Tokyo. Early in her career, McLaughlin said she ran a lot on instinct. Under Kersee, she became more of a student of sports, though the process didn’t always make sense to …

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Olympic rookie Felicia Stancil climbs to fourth place in BMX races while defending collapsing medalists

Crashes crush American favorites Minutes before Stancil climbed to the starting grid for her third semi-final, she saw her teammate and training partner Connor Fields head into the first corner and then cut the rear wheel of a rider’s bike. French. The collision sent Fields crashing to the ground, then …

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On an upbeat first night of track, Grant Fisher takes fifth place in the 10K

Grant Fisher competing in the Men’s 10,000-Meter Final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on July 30, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. TOKYO – When architect Kengo Kuma designed the Tokyo Olympic Stadium, he undoubtedly imagined that it would be used in a different environment.The venue in the city’s Kasumigaoka district is …

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Wall art of civil rights leaders painted in Danbury

John F. Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Martin Luther King Jr. will soon overlook Hat City. City Center Danbury issued a press release on Monday (07/26/21) to announce that an exciting new mural is coming to Kennedy Park in Danbury, CT. The work titled “Legends Live Forever” will honor JFK, …

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Paramount Theater in Aasbury Park

Here he is right in the middle of the story. It sits at the front of the legendary Convention Hall building and directly across from the historic Berkeley Hotel. If the walls of the Paramount Theater could speak, it would look like a combination of a memory trail and a …

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Livermore Teens travels to Oklahoma to raise funds | New

It’s July 4th, almost two weeks after the start of a 2,000 mile charity run to Oklahoma, and Livermore teens Danny Knight, Aiden Habiger and Malachi Schallitz are enjoying the Southern California scenery. . “It was so great being on the coast and seeing the ocean and how beautiful it …

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Looking to stay cool? Try the Salmon Arm Pool – Salmon Arm Observer

Swimmers dive underwater. (File photo) Looking to stay cool? Try the Salmon Arm Pool Pool capacity is increasing now as COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed If you’re looking to stay cool and can’t make it to the lake, the Salmon Arm Town Recreation Center might be your best bet. Stan Thiessen, …

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Evening update: Heat wave over western Canada linked to sudden deaths in Burnaby, B.C., say RCMP

Good night, let’s start with today’s best stories: Heat wave over western Canada now linked to sudden deaths in Burnaby, BC, RCMP say The sweltering heat wave that swept through western Canada for several days is believed to be a contributing factor in the majority of the 25 sudden death …

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Glenn Clark: Can’t begin to explain how much I liked Meadow Mill Athletic Club

Over the past few days, it has become common knowledge that the Meadow Mill Athletic Club of Baltimore is shutting down on July 30 after nearly 30 years in business. And we’ll come back to lamenting the Baltimore Orioles woes another time, because this week I’m stealing space here on …

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