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Well, it’s now less than 200 days until the start of the Rio Olympics so it’s high time I turned my attention to what 2016 may bring. So here we go…. M1X. Last year was all about Ondrej Synek v Mahe Drysdale and I see no change in 2016. Drysdale’s 2016 campaign has gotten off to a stuttering start with all the controversy over his coach, Dick Tonks, and New Zealand Rowing. It looks as though Rob Waddell has managed to broker a compromise arrangement where Tonks will continue to coach Drysdale (and the Kiwi W2X) but not be able to use any of the official facilities. I think these two are going to be the clear favourites to be battling out for the top honours in Rio. Cuba’s Angel Fournier Rodriguez is perhaps the strongest challenger despite a relatively disappointing Worlds in 2015. He’s got an interesting diversion in May when he leads a Cuban M8 at the Windermere Cup in Seattle against the University of... quite whether this is the best preparation for the World Cup season is debatable but it’ll be exciting to watch a Cuban 8 racing on US water. Just outside the medals in Aiguebelette was the “old man” himself…. qualifying for his 6th Olympics. An inflamed bursa resulted in an urgent operation although the prognosis is that it won’t keep Tufte out of his single for too long. What might keep him out the single however are the Norwegian Rowing Federation. The Powers That Be in Norway feel that the M2X is more likely to yield medals than the single. But, Norway have not yet qualified the 2X – 2010 world champions Kjetil Borch and Nils Jakob Hoff missed out on direct qualification in Aiguebelette. There is now an expectation that, despite qualifying the single, Tufte will move to the M2X with the aim of qualifying the boat at the Final Olympic Qualifying Regatta. Another old stager in the single who may be relinquishing his Olympic 1X berth is GB’s Alan Campbell. Alan has struggled to recapture the form that won him a medal in London. Although he achieved Olympic qualification in 2015, he missed out on the “A”-final. He’s said recently that his aim is just to be on the plane to Rio, he’s less concerned about what boat that will be in. This is quite a shift from his stance in the run-up to London where he was pretty much the “single or nothing”. Whilst nothing is finalised there are some rumours that Campbell will form a new M2X with GB’s wunderkind Angus Groom. If true then it’ll be interesting to see who gets the single spot for GB – it could come down to a race off. Source: Fatsculler's rowing blog
Fax L. 'Jack' Williams. January 8, 2016. Inter-Mountain. Save |. Mr. Fax L. "Jack" Williams, 88, a resident of Custer Street in Belington, departed this life Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 6, 2016, at his residence following a period of declining health. He
In addition to Williams, Baltimore minor league pitcher Zack Dodson was suspended 100 games following a third positive test for a drug of abuse, his second ban in five years. New York Mets minor league third baseman Eudor Garcia was banned 80 games
Batman '89 is way freakier than I remembered and also has Jack Palance and Billy Dee Williams. 01/22/16, @shinybirdteeth
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Jack Williams of the Wilton High School boys basketball team went from top reserve to top gun in less than a year. As a sophomore last season, the guard/small forward was the first player off the Warriors' bench during their successful 16-8 campaign which ...
Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams and Simona Halep ... The same can be said for America's future: Jack Sock. In fact, if you said to someone "hey, Jack Sock lost in the second round," they'd probably respond: "Not surprised." To make this list, something ...
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Jack has released 5 solo Records (To The Sea, Sleep Through The Static, In Between Dreams, On and On and Brushfire Fairytales) a live album, En Concert and ...
Williams theater professor Omar Sangare and an ensemble of students have taken their production of "Princess Ivona" to New York City.
A series of murders that took place in the East End of London from August to November 1888 were blamed on an unidentified assailant known as Jack the Ripper.
Born: Robin McLaurin Williams (1951-07-21) July 21, 1951 Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Died: August 11, 2014 (2014-08-11) (aged 63) Paradise Cay, California, U.S.