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February 9, Week in Sports

February 9, Week in Sports 

:: A-ROD ACCUSED OF USING STEROIDS (Pro. Baseball)

:: MICHAEL PHELPS SUSPENDED FOR DRUG USE (Olympics)

:: BARRY BONDS COURT DOCUMENTS SHOW POSITIVE DRUG TESTS (Pro. Baseball)

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SI DROPS A BOMB ON “A-FRAUD

Sports Illustrated reported that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003, when he was playing with the Texas Rangers. Rodriguez, commonly referred to as “A-Rod,” is the most accomplished player of his generation, and he is on pace to break several of the most revered baseball records.

The test results in question came from a 2003 testing program conducted by Major League Baseball, intended to determine how pervasive steroid abuse was in the game. The results of the test were supposed to be totally confidential, and the league promised that it would not take any disciplinary measures based on the test’s results. Though those results are still confidential, that didn’t stop several sources familiar with the program from spilling the beans to Sports Illustrated and independently verifiying that Rodriguez was on the list. This story is bound to grow in the coming weeks, and though it’s hard to tell what will come of it, it certainly promises to be one of the biggest scandals in sports this year.

A-Rod’s name has also been in the news because of revelations about his relationships with his teammates, as detailed in former Yankees manager Joe Torre’s book. According to Torre, A-Rod was not particularly liked by his teammates, who called him “A-Fraud” behind his back.

Quote of the Week:Alex Rodriguez was supposed to be the guy who saved baseball, the way that Mark McGwire did in 1998. He was supposed to ride in and save the home run record from the clutches of suspected steroid user Barry Bonds. He was supposed to be the guy who would show that clean players could be just as prolific as the cheaters…. Rodriguez wouldn’t respond to the information in the report, but anything he says really isn’t going to change the fact that this will stick to him forever.” — Buster Olney, ESPN

Further Reading: Exclusive: A-Rod Tested Positive in 2003 ” — Selena Roberts and David Epstein, Sports Illustrated

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WHAT WOULD TONY THE TIGER SAY?

Last week, News of the World, a British tabloid, published a photo of American swimmer Michael Phelps smoking marijuana. Phelps, who won a record 8 gold medals in the Beijing Olympics, is the most prominent Olympic athlete in the world.

In the days following the photo’s publication, there were two significant consequences for Phelps: USA Swimming suspended him from competition for three months, and he lost his Kellogg sponsorship. Though the suspension will make Phelps’ preparations for the world championships in Rome a little bit more difficult, in reality it is nothing more than a slap on the wrists. Furthermore, Phelps’ other sponsors stood by his side, so the loss of Kellogg will hardly make a dent in his endorsement money. So far, even people who would never consider themselves “Phelps Phans” seem to be coming out in defense of the Olympian.

Besides, Phelps has bounced back from worse indiscretions in the past, such as his drunk driving arrest in 2004. Phelps was underage at the time, but that incident did little to affect his stature in the sport.
Quote of the Week: ”Mom wasn’t happy.” — Michael Phelps

Further Reading: ”Phelps suspended from competition ” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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AND HERE’S ANOTHER HIT, BARRY BONDS

This week, it emerged that there are a number of court documents that definitively prove that Barry Bonds used steroids. Bonds, who holds the MLB home run record, has been indicted for perjury and his trial is scheduled to begin next month.

Barry Bonds has become the most prominent figure of the “steroid era” of baseball. However, while it seems unlikely that even the most naive fan could still believe that Bonds was free of performance-enhancing drugs, until now there has never been definitive proof that Bonds knowingly used steroids. That being said, while the case against Bonds has grown the past few years, it is also relatively unimportant until a court of law proves that he is guilty of perjury, which would also mean that he had deliberately used steroids. The judge in Bonds’ case has suggested that she would not include the majority of the most devastating documents without the testimony of Bonds’ former personal trainer.

Also included in the unsealed court documents was a transcript of a taped conversation between Bonds’ manager and trainger about Bonds’ steroid program. That conversation is also being submitted as “proof” that Bonds knowingly took steroids and later lied about it.

Quote of the Week: We know that he hasn’t played a game since Sept. 26, 2007, yet the specter of Barry Bonds continues to loom over the entire sport.” — Howard Bryant, ESPN.com

Further Reading:  Drug tests, transcripts included in unsealed Bonds documents ” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: NASCAR: The Daytona 500 takes place on Sunday, February 15. Many people consider the Daytona 500 the biggest racing event of the year, dubbing it the Super Bowl of NASCAR.

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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

 

ACTIVE SEASON

:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The 2008-09 season is currently underway. It runs from late October to April of 2009, when the playoffs commence.  [Official NBA Website]

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College):
 The college basketball season is currently underway and runs through “the Tournament,” which takes place in March. [CBS Sports]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): Now that the Super Bowl is over, the next major NFL event is the draft, which takes place in late April. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): The college football season is now over, with Florida defeating Oklahoma in the national championship game. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. The Masters is scheduled for the first week of April. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The hockey season is currently underway and runs through April of 2009.  [Official NHL Website]

 

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. The next event is the French Open, which takes place in May. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in this year’s World Series. During the off-season, baseball news will focus on major trades and player signings. [Official MLB Website]

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August 18, Week in Sports

August 18, Week in Sports

 

::  MICHAEL PHELPS SETS ALL-TIME OLYMPIC RECORD (Olympics)

::   U.S. WOMEN’S GYMNASTS WIN GOLD, SILVER (Olympics)

::   41-Year Old Dara Torres Wins Three Silver Medals (Olympics)


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THE GOLDEN BOY GOES EIGHT FOR EIGHT


U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps now holds the all-time record for most gold medals won during a single Olympics. Phelps won his eighth and final gold medal of the 2008 Olympics on Sunday morning in Beijing.


Phelps had been chasing down the record held by Mark Spitz, an American swimmer who won seven gold medals in the 1972 Olympics. Phelps tied that record in dramatic fashion on Saturday, when he came back to win the 100 meter butterfly by just one-100th of a second.


Compared to his astonishingly close finish on Saturday, Sunday’s relay was easily won by the American team. In the end, Michael Phelps finished the Olympics with eight gold medals, setting seven world records in the process. It is one of the greatest individual accomplishments in the modern history of sports, and a record that is expected to last for years to come.


Quote of the Week: ”Eight is a lucky number in China. Well, they started the Olympics at eight o’clock on 8/8/08, and the biggest individual headliner of these games has gone eight for eight.” — Bob Costas, NBC commentator

Further Reading: ”Phelps’s Epic Journey Ends in Perfection” — Karen Crouse, New York Times


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PODIUM PALS: AMERICANS LIUKIN AND JOHNSON WIN GOLD AND SILVER


On Friday, U.S. gymnast Nastia Liukin won the gold medal in the Olympic all-around final in women’s gymnastics. She narrowly edged out her teammate and friend Shawn Johnson, winning by just six tenths of a point.


Liukin, whose father won two gold medals and one silver as a gymnast with the Soviet team in 1980, became just the third woman from the U.S. to ever win the gold in the Olympic all-around. Silver medalist Johnson was largely viewed as the favorite, going into Friday’s competition. Johnson was the reigning world champion going into this year’s Olympic Games.


By taking first and second place and beating out Chinese gymnast Yang Yilin (who finished third), the U.S. team gained a small measure of revenge. Earlier in the week, the U.S. team had experienced a devastating loss to the Chinese team, who won gold while the Americans won silver.

    

Quote of the Week: “It feels great to have this behind us. Nastia deserves that gold medal. I believe I was destined for the silver. I’m still proud of myself.” — Shawn Johnson

Further Reading: ”The Ballerina Vs. the Energizer Bunny” — Meghan O’Rourke, Slate

 

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DARLING DARA MEDALS THREE TIMES


Five-time Olympian and media darling Dara Torres won three several medals in this year’s Olympic Games, tying Jenny Thompson’s record for most medals ever won by an American woman in the process. In one of her events, Torres fell just one-hundredth short of winning the gold.


A 41-year old mother, Torres is an anomaly in Olympic swimming, where the vast majority of the competitors are significantly younger–many are more than 20 years her junior. In a sport where the strongest competitors are, for the most part, in their twenties, and even swimmers in their thirties (like U.S. swimmer Jason Lezak) joke about their age, to have a 41-year old swimmer put up this level of competition is extraordinary.


On her final day of competition, Torres competed in two final events. After receiving her medal for the first of those events, she had to jog straight from the podium back to the pool in time for her second final event. “I did this in Sydney,” Torres later said, “but I was 33 then.”



Quote of the Week: “Torres has been doing it since the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, where she won a gold medal…. Michael Phelps, the all-time leader in Olympic gold medals with 14, was not even born. A full three-quarters of Torres’ 2008 female teammates weren’t, either.” — Brian Cazaneuve, Sports Illustrated

Further Reading: ”Germany’s Steffen outduels Torres for gold in 50” — Associated Press, via ESPN


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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK


:: OLYMPICS: The Olympics continue this week, now without Michael Phelps. The games run through August 24th. A schedule of the events is available here. Finals are marked in gold.

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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE


ACTIVE SEASON


:: BASEBALL


MLB (Pro. Baseball): As the second half of the season moves forward, teams will be jockeying for spots in the post-season–either by winning their division, or by taking the Wild Card spot. [Official MLB Website]


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:: FOOTBALL


NFL (Pro. Football): The pre-season runs through August, and the regular season begins in September. [Official NFL Website]


NCAA FOOTBALL (College): Practice sessions for college football begin in summer, and the regular season begins in August. USA Today and the Associated Press have both ranked Georgia as the number one team. [NCAA Football, ESPN]


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:: GOLF


MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]


NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson


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:: TENNIS


MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. The U.S. Open begins on August 25th. [USTA Website]


NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic


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OFFSEASON



:: BASKETBALL


NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College): Now that the tournament is over, college basketball news will focus on which players leave their schools for the NBA, and which college teams land the premier high-school players for next season. [CBS Sports]


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:: HOCKEY


NHL (Pro. Hockey): The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Finals, completing the 2007-08 season. [Official NHL Website]


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:: BASKETBALL


NBA (Pro. Basketball): The Celtics defeated the Lakers to win the NBA Finals, ending the 2008 season.  [Official NBA Website]

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August 11, Week in Sports

August 11, Week in Sports

::   OLYMPIC GAMES BEGIN IN BEIJING (Olympics)

::   PADRAIG HARRING WINS PGA CHAMPIONSHIP (Pro. Golf)

::   BRETT FAVRE TRADED TO N.Y. JETS  (Pro. Football)

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ON YOUR MARK…GET SET…GO!

The 2008 Olympics have officially begun, following the grandiose spectacle of the Opening Ceremony, which took place on Friday. The summer Olympic Games take place every four years.

One of the plot lines for this summer’s Olympics is Michael Phelps’ quest to win eight gold medals. If Phelps were to win gold eight times, he would beat the Olympic record set by Mark Spitz. Spitz was an American swimmer who won seven gold medals in 1972. So far, Phelps is off to a good start, winning the gold medal in his first event, the 400-meter individual medley–a race where the swimmers are required to use all four strokes–as well as his second event, the 4×100 relay, which the U.S. team won in dramatic fashion.

The U.S. men’s basketball team looked strong in their first game on Sunday. The team, led by LeBron James and Kobe Bryant, played against Yao Ming and the Chinese team and won by a score of 101-70.

Tragedy also struck the Olympic Games on Saturday, when the father-in-law of one of the coaches of the U.S. men’s volleyball team was murdered while visiting a historic site in Beijing. Reports so far have indicated that it was just a random, isolated instance of violence, and that the victims had not been targeted because they were foreigners.

Quote of the Week: “I’m not downplaying this race by any means, but I have to put that race behind me. I have to act like it never happened because I have so many tough races ahead of me.” — Michael Phelps, after winning his first gold in Beijing

Further Reading: ”Handicapping Phelps’ run at Olympic glory” — Pat Forde, ESPN

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WHO NEEDS TIGER? PADDY HARRINGTON TAKES TWO IN A ROW

Padraig Harrington, who won the Open Championship earlier this year, won the PGA Championship on Sunday. The PGA Championship is the fourth and final Major tournament of the golf season.

Other than Tiger Woods, no golfer has won two Majors in a single season since 1998. In that sense, Harrington’s feat is all the more significant. Furthermore, there are only three other golfers who have ever won the last two Major tournaments in the same year.

Harrington came back from three shots behind to win over Sergio Garcia. Garcia is one of the best golfers in the world, but he has never won a Major tournament. It is also his second narrow loss to Harrington in a Major. In 2007, Harrington beat Garcia in a playoff to win his first title at the Open.

Quote of the Week: “I think I was willing them into the hole at that stage. You have to get focused and give it a go.” — Padraig Harrington, on his critical putts down the stretch

Further Reading: ”Harrington secures second major in a row with PGA win” — Associated Press, via USA Today

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B-B-B-BRETT FAVRE AND THE JETS

Late Wednesday night, the Brett Favre melodrama came to a conclusion when the Green Bay Packers traded their future Hall-of-Fame quarterback to the New York Jets. Favre’s destination has been a question mark for weeks–now that he is a Jet, the Favre story will continue to draw attention, but it will no longer be front page news.

The Jets have won their division just four times in the past 40 years. In recent years, many critics have traced the team’s problems to an unstable quarterback situation. Chad Pennington, the Jets quarterback, though well liked by Jets fans, has suffered from years of injuries and it has been no secret that the team no longer considered him the quarterback of the future. Now that the Jets have Favre leading the way, they have instantly become a contender in their division–the AFC East.

Quote of the Week: Big Apple hype guarantees the chronicles of Favre will remain overblown, but at least we’re done being hostages of speculation.” — Jerry Brewer, Seattle Times

Further Reading: ”From Green Bay to Broadway: Favre Is a Jet” — Judy Battista, New York Times

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: OLYMPICS: The Olympics continue this week and run through August 24th. A schedule of the events is available here. Finals are marked in gold.

———-

ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

 

ACTIVE SEASON

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): As the second half of the season moves forward, teams will be jockeying for spots in the post-season–either by winning their division, or by taking the Wild Card spot. [Official MLB Website]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): The pre-season runs through August, and the regular season begins in September. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): Practice sessions for college football begin in summer, and the regular season begins in August. USA Today released their rankings for this season, placing Georgia as the number one team. The Associated Press has not yet released their rankings. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. The U.S. Open begins on August 25th. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

:: BASKETBALL

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College): Now that the tournament is over, college basketball news will focus on which players leave their schools for the NBA, and which college teams land the premier high-school players for next season. [CBS Sports]

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Finals, completing the 2007-08 season. [Official NHL Website]

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:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The Celtics defeated the Lakers to win the NBA Finals, ending the 2008 season.  [Official NBA Website]

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  • effects stopping
  • can i buy online
  • or
  • nasal spray instructions
  • what if doesn't work for me
  • can be taken with food
  • exercise
  • costco price
  • donating blood after
  • comparison between and
  • dose renal failure
  • epinephrine breastfeeding
  • or rogaine which is better
  • dose for weight