Sorry Stefanos Tsitsipas for underestimating Andrey Rublev, still positive for 2022 season

Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas feels he owes fellow top 10 player, Russia’s Andrei Rublev, an apology. After losing to world number eight in last month’s ATP Finals in Turin, Tsitsipas said he felt he was the better and more creative player on the court that day compared to his opponent, adding that Rublev “overcame … Read more

Jets is in a prime location for a historic turnaround

MINNEAPOLIS – To understand where the planes are now, you have to understand where they’ve been. Or, to be more precise, where they were not. The Jets have lost a combined 70 games over the past six seasons this season, a grim stretch punctuated by their combined record of 6-27 in the past two years. … Read more

The Qatari government paid for Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes’ trip to watch the World Cup

England’s John Stones vies for the ball with American Christian Pulisic, right, during a soccer World Cup match in Al Khor, Qatar, on November 25. Middle Eastern country to watch the game. (Luca Bruno, The Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes spent the Thanksgiving holiday … Read more

The game of inches for the regulation of concussions in young adults

Experts explore the impact of concussion legislation on adolescent health and education. Should parents and guardians allow their children to play youth sports? up to 1.9 million children Suffers Sports-related concussions occur every year, posing long-term risks to young developing brains. Meanwhile, Will Smith was performing at concussion and a series by Pop Warner Youth … Read more

The Brewers promote Marti Wronski, making her the only Chief Operating Officer in Major League Baseball

The Milwaukee Brewers have promoted General Counsel Marty Ryonski to COO, making the team’s 20-year veteran the only woman to hold that title in the MLB. The Milwaukee Brewers have promoted Marti Wronski to the chief operating office Brewers officials said Wronski is the only woman currently holding the title of COO There are two … Read more

WNBA star Brittney Griner faces ‘homophobia, racism and 16-hour days’ in penal colony

As prisoner exchange efforts to bring WNBA star Brittney Grenier home continue, her prison sentence in one of Russia’s worst prisons will begin. According to a report from Nation (Across TMZ), the conditions that Griner would encounter in the penal colony of Yavas—about 270 miles southeast of Moscow in the federal subject of Mordovia—would be … Read more

Jacobs caps off the big day with a TD in the OT, and the Raiders beat the Seahawks

Seattle Once Josh Jacobs ran over the last line of the Seattle defense, all he had in front of him was an open field and a place among the greatest single game performances in NFL history. Jacobs He rushed 86 yards for a game-ending touchdown The Las Vegas Raiders won in overtime for the second … Read more

Boston was injured as the #1 ranked Gamecocks beat Hampton 85-38

1 out of 9 South Carolina forward Aliyah Boston, left, walks off the bench with her right foot into a shoebox after being injured in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Hampton in Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022. South Carolina won 85- 38. (AP Photo/Neil Redmond) 1 out of … Read more

Sober or bright? Europe faces holidays during the energy crisis

VERONA, Italy (AP) — Early-season merry-makers sipping mulled wine and shopping for holiday decorations crowded Verona’s Christmas market on opening weekend. But beyond its wooden market stalls, the Italian city still hasn’t augmented its granite-lined pedestrian streets with twinkling lights for the holidays while officials debate how bright the season will be during an energy … Read more