Donald Trump booed and greeted with ‘lock him up’ chants at World Series

The President was greeted with boos by the crowd at Nationals Park when he attended Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night Game 5 of the World Series between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros at Nationals Park, a short journey from the White House. When Trump was shown on the video screens in the stadium he was loudly booed by fans. That, perhaps, was predictable: Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon and both Bushes were all booed while attending baseball games as President. What came shortly afterwards was a little more personal in a city that is heavily Democratic as cries of Lock him up! rang out, a reference to the chants about Hillary Clinton used at …

Haringey players walk off after racism allegations in Yeovil FA Cup tie

The Football Association says it is deeply concerned after the FA Cup fourth-qualifying-round tie between Haringey Borough and Yeovil was abandoned following allegations that home players were racially abused The Football Association says it is deeply concerned after the FA Cup fourth-qualifying-round tie between Haringey Borough and Yeovil was abandoned following allegations that home players were racially abused. Yeovil were leading 1-0 with just over an hour played when Haringeys players, under the direction of manager Tom Loizou, walked off the pitch. The initial target of the abuse was reported to be Haringeys goalkeeper Valery Pajetat. A post on the Haringey Borough Twitter account stated: Game has been abandoned following racial abuse. Horrendous afternoon. It must be said that 99.9% …

Houston Astros deny exec taunted women reporters following World Series berth

(CNN)The Houston Astros’ front office ought to be talking about World Series preparations after a thrilling weekend win. Instead, it’s denying allegations that a team executive verbally accosted women journalists. According to Sports Illustrated’s Monday report, the team was celebrating its Game 6 win over the New York Yankees when Taubman homed in on three women in the locker room, one wearing a bracelet promoting domestic violence awareness, and said six times, “Thank God we got Osuna! I’m so f***ing glad we got Osuna!” An editor’s note atop the Sports Illustrated story said the Astros declined to comment before publication but denied the allegation after the story was published. The statement, which CNN obtained Tuesday, said reporters were questioning a …

Tigres to ban ‘pseudo fan’ who allegedly groped USA player Sofia Huerta after game

Mexican club Tigres says it intends to ban a supporter for life after he appeared to grope USA international Sofia Huerta after a friendly match Mexican club Tigres says it intends to ban a supporter for life after he appeared to grope USA international Sofia Huerta after a friendly match. Huerta posed with fans for selfies after the game between her team, Houston Dash, and Tigres Feminil on Saturday. Pictures soon appeared on social media of a man grabbing the midfielders chest. https://t.co/rR65v9e8wP October 8, 2019 Tigres said they planned to file a lawsuit against the pseudo fan and ban him for life. As a result of events that took place on Saturday October 5, during which a pseudo-fan reportedly …

DA wont prosecute Antonio Brown on rape accusations because of statute

The New England Patriots wide receiver wont be prosecuted on sexual assault accusations because of the statute of limitations, according to authorities New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown wont be prosecuted on sexual assault accusations because of the statute of limitations, according to Pittsburgh-area law enforcement. Britney Taylor is Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

European roundup: Sixteen-year-old Ansu Fati stars in Barcelona win

Ansu Fati, 16, scored a goal and made another as Barcelona beat Valencia 5-2 while the Bundesliga leaders, RB Leipzig, came from a goal down for a 1-1 draw against Bayern Munich Barcelonas 16-year-old forward Ansu Fati continued his explosive start to life in the first team by scoring and providing an assist as the La Liga champions thrashed Valencia 5-2 on Saturday. Fati, who became Baras youngest goalscorer two weeks ago by netting at Osasuna, struck his first goal at Camp Nou to give the hosts the lead with less than two minutes on the clock by smashing a pass from Frenkie de Jong into the net. The teenager then returned the favour by dashing in to the area …

Nick Kyrgios accuses ATP of being corrupt after US Open win

Nick Kyrgios has accused the ATP of being corrupt in the aftermath of his US Open first-round win over American Steve Johnson at Flushing Meadows Nick Kyrgios has accused the ATP of being corrupt in the aftermath of his US Open first-round win over American Steve Johnson at Flushing Meadows. The tennis firebrand was asked what he thought about being fined a record $US113,000 ($A167,000) for his Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Why are NBA superstars shunning Team USA at the World Cup?

The Americans will have only one player from the All-NBA team on their roster in China. But that could make for an interesting tournament Anthony Davis, LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Kawhi Leonard, James Harden, Kyrie Irving, Damian Lillard, Zion Williamson those are just some of the American superstars you wont be seeing when the Fiba Basketball World Cup starts off in China on 31 August. Thanks to the many NBA stars who still clear favorites to lift the trophy. Right now, the US is what happened to Paul George in the lead-up to the last World Cup. In 2014, the forward, then with the Indiana Pacers, suffered a gruesome compound leg fracture during a scrimmage that cost him an entire …

Youre a loser, Im a winner: Sun Yang hits out after being snubbed by Scott

Adam Peaty has backed the decision by British bronze medallist Duncan Scott to snub Sun Yang on the podium at the swimming world championships in Gwangju Adam Peaty has backed the decision by the British bronze medallist Duncan Scott to snub Sun Yang on the podium on Tuesday after the controversial Chinese swimmers victory in the 200m freestyle at the world championships in Gwangju. Sun, who is swimming in Gwangju despite the court of arbitration for sport preparing to hear a doping case against him in September, was handed the win when the Lithuanian Danas Rapsys was disqualified for a false start. Scott congratulated the silver medallist Katsuhiro Matsumoto of Japan and the Russian Martin Malyutin, who finished in the …

Greg Rutherford and Dawn Fraser back swimmers over Sun Yang protests

Greg Rutherford and Dawn Fraser backed two swimmers who refused to share a podium with Sun Yang, the Chinese champion who has served a drugs ban The British Olympian Greg Rutherford and Australian swimming legend Dawn Fraser have become the latest to offer support to Britains Duncan Scott and Australias Mack Horton, who refused to share a podium with the Chinese swimmer Sun Yang at the world championships in South Korea. The Olympic champion in three different disciplines has served a three-month ban for the use of banned substances. He is also awaiting a hearing at the court of arbitration for sport after he refused to give a urine sample at a drugs test. Scott finished third behind Sun in …

Lieke Martens scores last-minute penalty and Dutch eliminate Japan

Lieke Martens scored from the spot in the 90th minute to add to her first-half effort in the Netherlands last-16 victory over Japan at Roazhon Park in Rennes Refereeing was again in the spotlight as a controversial late penalty put the Netherlands into a quarter-final against Italy at the expense of a Japan side in the ascendancy. In the 88th minute Vivianne Miedema smashed the ball goalwards but it rocketed off the limp arm of Saki Kumagai and the referee pointed to the spot. Lieke Martens, whose lovely backheel had given the Dutch the lead, converted. Japans manager, Asako Takakura, diplomatically blamed their lack of cutting edge in front of goal for the result but admitted she was sad at …

Ex-Oregon football star credited with foiling shooter at Portland high school

A former college football star from the University of Oregon was credited with tackling an armed student at a Portland high school before anyone was injured A former college football standout at the University of Oregon was credited Friday with tackling an armed student at a Portland, Oregon, high school before anyone was injured. Keanon Lowe, a football and track coach and a security guard at Parkrose High School, told reporters as he was leaving a police interview late Friday that he was tired but relieved at the outcome, the Oregonian/OregonLive reported. There are no other suspects. Police declined to release the students name and said they were still trying to determine if he fired any shots. Police spokesman Sgt. …