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Dec272014

Austria Off To Worst Downhill Start In 25 Years - Westport News









Austriavisit the website skies on his way to take third place in an alpine ski, men's World Cup Super-G in Val Gardena, Italy, Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014. Photo: Marco Trovati, AP / AP' />

"Either you manage to overcome the challenge or you don't." The http://niculeaa6.tumblr.com remarks didn't sit well with the team. Klaus Kroell called the comments "unnecessary," and Reichelt added that "help from the likes of Walchhofer and Eberharter is always welcome, but they have my phone number. I'd rather see they call me than criticize us in some newspapers." Reichelt, at least, won a speed race this season the super-G in Beaver Creek. "There isn't missing much in downhill," said Reichelt, who sat out the Sochi Olympics with a back injury. "It's just some small technical mistakes, a matter of centimeters in the turns." Despite the lack of downhill results, Austria is enjoying a good start to the World Cup webpage season with five wins and nine top-three finishes overall. However, it is relying mainly on defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher , who has already racked up six podium finishes, including four wins, in technical events.
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Dec262014

Australia 259-5 At Stumps On Day 1 Of 3rd Test Vs India - Yahoo News











Rogers reached 57 before he was caught behind while playing at a fullish delivery off Mohammed Shami (2-55) and Watson was out the next over for read 52, trapped lbw off Ravichandran Ashwin (1-60). View gallery Australia's Chris Rogers, left, is dismissed by India's Mohammed Shami, right, during their Australia got off to a worst possible start to the match after winning the toss and electing to bat visit when Umesh Yadav (2-69) had opener David Warner caught at second slip for a http://pplafoqd.livejournal.com duck in just the second over with the hosts yet to score. Joe Burns made 13 off 27 balls in his test debut after he was beaten by a Yadav ball that offered a bottom edge to wicketkeeper M.S. Dhoni. Burns, 25, took to the field to a rousing applause from the Melbourne Cricket Ground crowd of just under 70,000 and looked confident at the crease during his brief appearance. Shaun Marsh was out for 32 in the second over of the afternoon session, caught behind off Shami while attempting a cut shot. Shami left the field in the third session with a slight limp after appearing to hurt himself while fielding. He returned several overs later after receiving treatment for an unspecified injury. Rogers' who shared a 115-run, second-wicket partnership with Watson, timed four boundaries off 126 balls.
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Dec252014

Usa Network Picks Up Hacker Drama 'mr. Robot' With Christian Slater | Thecelebritycafe.com











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Dec252014

World Junior 2015 Preview: Germany Hopeful Work Ethic, Goaltending Enough To Stay Up | Buzzing The Net - Yahoo Sports











1 spot. Germany plays Canada and the U.S. back-to-back in 8 p.m. games on Saturday and Sunday. PLAYERS TO WATCH Tim Bender andJanik Moser (D,EHC Munchen DEL; Ohio State Buckeyes, NCAA) The former London Knight Bender and current collegianMoser have the most North American experience among the four returning defencemen. "They've played together for a long time and know each other really well," Tuomie says of Bender and Moser who are each 19 years old. "They're, http://peccauticra.blogs.experienceproject.com for sure, going to be huge for us. They've both played in really high-paced leagues." Markus Eisenschimid (F, Medicine Hat Tigers WHL) Second-time world junior has battled injuries this fall but has contributed to the Tigers leading the WHL's Central Division. "He's great centre," Tuomie says. "He works hard, does the right things finishing hits and getting pucks deep." Dominik Kahun (F, EHC Munchen DEL) Undersized but skilled forward is now http://morrisfqbt.soup.io a 19-year-old pro who has spent part http://victorysie.soup.io of the season as a teammate with Bender.
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Dec222014

Abidal Bows Out With Olympiakos Win - Yahoo News











The 35-year-old former Barcelona star, who returned to playing football after undergoing a liver transplant, had announced his retirement at an emotional press conference in Piraeus on Friday stating personal reasons. These are moments I will never forget. Very good and unique moments. It was my last match, we played well and an ideal way to go on holiday, Abidal told Nova TV after the match which lifted Olympiakos to first place in the league standings, two points ahead of PAOK Thessaloniki. When Abidal was replaced with seconds remaining in the match, he received a standing ovation from the spectators as well as the players from both teams. His teammates lifted him and tossed him up in the air. Before the match I talked to my teammates and told them that they should enjoy the match, play with enthusiasm and make me remember this last match, visit homepage Abidal said. The return here. from my health problems was a very special moment that I cannot describe. I've always been a fighter. I am lucky because I am an open person, I met many people and I experienced great moments, Abidal added.
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