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‘You learn to switch the pain off’

October 4th, 2011 0 Comments

‘You learn to switch the pain off’ ‘You can’t say I’ll miss a session because I’m hurting,’ says Louis Smith. ‘The pain never goes. Some guys can’t handle it.’ Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian Louis Smith, looking a brooding picture of muscled health, leans back in his chair and sighs wearily. “Oh man,” he says, “most mornings I wake up in pain. I don’t want to get out of bed because my body is so...

Dana White Happy With UFC 133: Evans vs Ortiz Results

October 2nd, 2011 0 Comments

Dana White Happy With UFC 133: Evans vs Ortiz ResultsUFC president Dana White must be smiling these days. The Ultimate Fighting Championship has just brought UFC 133: Evans vs Ortiz to Philadelphia on Saturday night. The crowd at Wells Fargo Center may not have been thrilled with the preliminary bouts but the main card more than made up for the slow pace in the first five matches. Young gun Rory MacDonald proved that he is one of the fighters to watch out for in the welterweight division by...

Richardson, No. 3 ‘Bama run over No. 12 Florida

October 2nd, 2011 0 Comments

Richardson, No. 3 ‘Bama run over No. 12 Florida

Bolton v Chelsea

October 2nd, 2011 0 Comments

Bolton v Chelsea David Ngog goes rooting in John Terry's drawers. Photograph: Andrew Yates/AFP/Getty Images 55 min: Daniel Sturridge is in the mood today. He moves to the edge of the Chelsea area and threads a lovely through ball to Drogba but Knight makes an important sliding challenge to block the Ivorian's effort on goal. Bogdan is unconvincing from the resulting corner but Ramires fires the loose ball over the bar. It's...

Moyes points finger at referee Atkinson after Liverpool defeat

October 1st, 2011 0 Comments

Moyes points finger at referee Atkinson after Liverpool defeat Everton's Jack Rodwell tackles Liverpool's Luis Suárez right in front of the referee, Martin Atkinson. Photograph: John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images The Liverpool team coach snaked out of Goodison Road with police vans for an escort and irate Evertonians lining the route to bid it adieu. Luis Suárez, not for the first, and in all likelihood not the last time in his career, was the dominant target...

FIBA Asia: Philippines vs. Japan

October 1st, 2011 0 Comments

FIBA Asia: Philippines vs. JapanAnother team entered the gold medal race at the FIBA Asia Championship on Tuesday night, as the Philippines prevailed 83-76 over the previously undefeated Japan in the game of the tournament to date. Swingmen Marcio Lassiter and Chris Lutz were originally ruled ineligible for the tournament, but after an appeal were reinstated in time for the Second Round, reinvigorating the team with their physical defense that eventually wore Japan down, and...