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Alix and Mel Popham: ‘We turned a tragic situation in our life into something positive’ | Andy Bull...
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Having set up Head For Change the former Wales flanker, who is living with early onset dementia, is helping others using group exerciseIt has been about 18 months since Alix Popham got his diagnosis, and a year since he spoke about it in public. He’s doing well. Popham, who played 33 Tests for Wales, takes life the same way he played rugby: head on. In that time he has helped to launch a lobby group, Progressive Rugby, who have pulled together experts from across the sport to find ways to make it safer, and he has also set up a foundation, Head For Change, to provide support to athletes, and families of athletes, who are, like him and his, living with early onset dementia, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or other degenerative brain diseases caused by sport.It helps to keep busy. He has started competing in triathlons, and plans to do an Iron Man next year, even though the shoulder injuries he sustained in his career mean he can only swim breaststroke “so I’m at the back with all the older people”. And it helps to stay positive. When our talk becomes maudlin he and his wife, Mel, catch themselves and turn the conversation on to something more optimistic. “Both of us are glass half-full people.” Hope copes. They have faith that there are things they can do to mitigate the worst effects, and faith, too, that they can force the sport to do more to help other players suffering from them. Continue reading.........
England skittled for just 147 by Australia in dramatic start to Ashes series...
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England 147. Rain brings early end to play on day oneRory Burns bowled with very first ball of series by StarcEngland began their Ashes tour in disarray at the Gabba, flopping to 147 all out on a dispiriting first day which saw Rory Burns dismissed by the first ball of the series.With grey skies overhead and green tinges underfoot, captain Joe Root resisted the temptation to bowl first, a decision he will rue for some time after Australia’s relentless pace attack wiped the tourists out inside two sessions. While Root will look back on his day in Brisbane with bitter regret, opposite number Pat Cummins enjoyed a charmed start to life as Australia skipper with figures of five for 38. England were then denied the chance to land some blows of their own, with torrential rain and bad light meaning no play was possible after tea. Continue reading.........
The Gabba hosted Ashes novelty and normality – then came the first ball...
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Day one of the first Test was a dramatic mesh of delight, surprise and a premature rendition of The Great EscapeIt wasn’t entirely a novelty, seeing crowds roll up to fill Brisbane’s Gabba ground, given that life in the state of Queensland has proceeded largely as normal throughout the pandemic years. There was still some novelty, though, given it had been nearly a year since the Australian men’s team had last played a Test match. That had been in the middle of January at … the Gabba, meaning the ground has now hosted back-to-back Tests for the first time in its history, despite the long break in between.Nor was this first day of a Test match an entirely normal one, given that travellers from interstate and overseas were still prohibited from entering the state without doing a fortnight’s quarantine. But it was normal enough in having a full house for an Ashes contest, vocal and voluble in response to the action on field. Continue reading.........
HKIR: Watch the last start of every Hong Kong Cup runner, including Loves Only You and Dubai Honour...
South China Morning Post
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Struggling to line up the international form for this year’s Group One Hong Kong Cup (2,000m)?The Post has compiled videos of the last start of every runner.Loves Only You (Japan) – 1st – Group One Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (2,200m) – Del Mar – November 6Loves Only You is Japan’s first winner at the @BreedersCup! Yoshito Yahagi and Yuga Kawada’s mare wins the $2m @MakersMark Filly and Mare Turf at @DelMarRacing #BC21 #競馬 pic.twitter.com/Iw3X4ZyQkY— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) November 6,…......
GALLERY: Ashes 2021/22 first Test at the Gabba...
The Sydney Morning Herald
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Ashes 2021/22 first Test at the Gabba......
HKIR: Watch the last start of every Hong Kong Vase runner, including Glory Vase and Pyledriver...
South China Morning Post
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Struggling to line up the international form for this year’s Group One Hong Kong Vase (2,400m)?The Post has compiled videos of the last start of every runner.Pyledriver (Britain) – 1st – Listed Churchill Stakes (2,000m) – Lingfield – November 13Good to see Pyledriver back in business at Lingfield pic.twitter.com/VqOI7gtCVf— ODDSbible Racing (@ODDSbibleRacing) November 13, 2021Mogul (Ireland) – 6th – Group Three Prix de Reux (2,500m) – Deauville – August 8Mogul is disappointing yet again and has…......
Australia vs England, Ashes 2021-22 live: score and updates from first Test day one in Brisbane...
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2021 Sportsperson of the Year: Tom Brady - Sports Illustrated...
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Ashes 2021-22: Australia vs England fixtures, start times in the UK and TV channel for Test series...
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