http://d1his4x2sxqugq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/20171103001446/image-2017-11-03-3.jpg

Sport

Wolff said the team had tried to keep the strengths of its overall pace as F1's fastest vehicle, but iron out the flaws that made it uncompetitive at certain types of circuit. "Social media is still the gateway to connect to fans, so it will be a part of my life". Vettel won five times during 2017, and will be looking to go one better this year with the SF71H, while Räikkönen will be eyeing his first race victory since he returned for his second spell, having last won in Ferrari red back in ...
  • I want all Egyptian people to follow my way: Salah

    Sport

    Liverpool haven't won a trophy since 2012 and this season their hopes of silverware rest on winning the Champions League , where they are nearly certain to reach the last-eight due to their 5-0 first leg lead over Porto. There is nothing to do about that but we want to keep the team, plus strengthen in the future. It's a long time since the club won the league. "They are in a good moment as well and they will show that".
  • Christensen a future Chelsea captain, says Conte

    Christensen a future Chelsea captain, says Conte

    Sport

    If you have a winning mentality you try to reach only one result, to try to win. The sole bright spot for United was once again David de Gea, the main reason Mourinho's team still has a good chance to advance. To the surprise of no one, Manchester United adopted a conservative game plan away to Sevilla, committed to the "destroy and counter" philosophy.
  • Lonzo Ball Says NCAA Should Pay Players: 'Everybody's Getting Paid Anyway'

    Lonzo Ball Says NCAA Should Pay Players: 'Everybody's Getting Paid Anyway'

    Sport

    Lonzo Ball hasn't seen any game action for over a month due to an MCL sprain in his left knee. After all, these same Mavs-specifically, rookie point guard Dennis Smith Jr. They play Dallas at home before traveling to Sacramento the next night. In addition to getting Ball back, the Lakers will be looking for more consistency from Thomas, whose first three games as a Laker have been a roller-coaster ride.
  • City boss Guardiola charged by FA for yellow ribbon protest

    City boss Guardiola charged by FA for yellow ribbon protest

    Sport

    Guardiola has been a vocal proponent of Catalan independence and the FA charge was the second time on Friday his political alignment placed him in the headlines. "I do that because in Spain two specific people who defend something bold are in prison". "To rebel like that, you have to be something tough to be in prison, and they are still there".
  • Kevin Knox named in Yahoo story on potential NCAA violations

    Kevin Knox named in Yahoo story on potential NCAA violations

    Sport

    University of Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari met the media on Friday afternoon, hoping to talk about a young basketball team that is beginning to find itself, is coming off one of its best all-around performances of the season and is looking to build more momentum against Missouri in Rupp Arena on Saturday night.
  • Arizona Cardinals receive three compensatory draft picks

    Arizona Cardinals receive three compensatory draft picks

    Sport

    The formula considered the Patriots losing LeGarrette Blount, Chris Long, Barkevious Mingo, Logan Ryan and Jabaal Sheard, and adding Stephon Gilmore, Rex Burkhead and Lawrence Guy. New Arizona Cardinals NFL football head coach Steve Wilks speaks, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018, after being introduced at the teams' training facility in Tempe, Ariz.
  • Woods stays solid as List, Lovemark lead

    Woods stays solid as List, Lovemark lead

    Sport

    Woods got his first birdie of the day on Hole 4 to get back to even. PGA National played more than three strokes over par on Friday, with the 190-yard 17th playing as the most hard hole on the course. "Overall it was a good grind out there, it was tough, tough to make putts out there, but the key is to keep hitting the ball on the green and keep getting G-I-R-s and keep giving myself looks at it and I did that for most of the day", Woods said.
  • Harvard-Westlake School issues statement on closure due to Martin's threat

    Harvard-Westlake School issues statement on closure due to Martin's threat

    Sport

    Martin went to Harvard-Westlake with a James Dunleavy who was the son of former NBA coach Mike Dunleavy and went on to play basketball at USC. It is unknown whether the Instagram account is Martin's account or if he posted the image. Martin left the Dolphins in 2013 after accusing former teammates, including Richie Incognito , of bullying him, according to CNN . Extra patrols will be in place around the Harvard-Westlake campuses Friday, Kuey said.
  • Arsenal legend urges club to follow Man Utd's example

    Arsenal legend urges club to follow Man Utd's example

    Sport

    The German global has been an important figure in the Gunners' ranks so far this season and Wenger revealed in his Ostersunds pre-match press conference that Ozil missed training on Monday and Tuesday casting doubts that the influential attacker will be fit to face the runaway Premier League leaders.
  • Michy Batshuayi hits back at racist fans

    Michy Batshuayi hits back at racist fans

    Sport

    Batshuayi failed to find the back of the net in the returning leg which Dortmund managed to win 4-3 on aggregate eventually securing a place in the last-16 of the competition. One fan responded: "Don't know why they're doing monkey noises my bro, they should be doing goat noises". Atalanta president Antonio Percassi was told about the tweet during a live interview with Sky Sport Italia .
  • Five reasons why Liverpool will humble West Ham

    Five reasons why Liverpool will humble West Ham

    Sport

    The Reds have no real injury worries for their top-flight clash with West Ham, who they beat 4-1 in London in November. Jürgen Klopp has lost 17 Premier League matches thus far as Liverpool manager to teams averaging in 12 place on the table, which is where West Ham now find themselves.
  • Winter Olympics: 2 Canadian teams fall to Team USA in upsets

    Sport

    Cassie Sharpe dominated her rivals with the two best runs of the final as the 25-year-old Canadian soared to Olympic gold in the women's ski halfpipe on Tuesday. Osmond scored 152.15 in her long program to music from "Black Swan" for a combined score of 231.02. Even during the dark days of a suspension, Carolina Kostner never lost the hope and resilience that has allowed the 31-year-old Italian to complete at a fourth Olympics in a sport where many fade in their 20s.
  • Chiefs Agree To Trade Marcus Peters To Rams For Draft Picks

    Chiefs Agree To Trade Marcus Peters To Rams For Draft Picks

    Sport

    The Chiefs were in final talks Friday with the Rams to trade the standout defensive back, according to a report from NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The expectation, at least for a while, was that Fuller would be paired with Peters to improve the secondary. Peters is a great addition on paper for L.A.: He has forced a whopping 24 turnovers in three National Football League seasons and has 19 interceptions in 45 career games.
  • US Women Defeat Canada to Claim Olympic Hockey Gold

    US Women Defeat Canada to Claim Olympic Hockey Gold

    Sport

    It was the first time numerous players had seen Granato in person. The Canadians said they didn't like the shootout format, preferring overtime to settle a game of such magnitude. "We knew we were going to make a difference". Having watched all of the games leading up to the gold medal contest, Mary Ann Keller said her granddaughter is the "kind of granddaughter everybody wishes they had".
  • Blacklisted North Korean to attend closing ceremony alongside Ivanka Trump

    Sport

    A report that Trump would be meeting with North Korean defectors in South Korea is "incorrect", the United States official said. According to an official South Korean report, based on an investigation conducted by South Korean, US, Swedish, British and Australian officials, the ship was attacked by a North Korean torpedo, fired from a small submarine.
  • OC Tim Drevno Stepping Down

    OC Tim Drevno Stepping Down

    Sport

    MI had no official word about Drevno or Warinner as of early Friday afternoon, and it's unclear who will take over the role as the program's offensive coordinator. According to CBS Sports, former Ohio State offensive coordinator Ed Warriner is the favorite to become Michigan's new offensive line coach. Wilton Speight left the Purdue game and was lost for the season with a back injury, while Brandon Peters missed the second half of Wisconsin and the Ohio State game with a head injury.
  • Scott Moir was losing his mind at the Olympic women's hockey game

    Scott Moir was losing his mind at the Olympic women's hockey game

    Sport

    The victory earns them a spot in Saturday's gold medal game after winning three straight competitions against three of their toughest opponents. "It's a little surreal right now still, just coming off of where we were to where we are now", USA vice skip Tyler George said after his team clinched a playoff spot.
  • David de Gea: Man United 'keeper set to sign new contract

    David de Gea: Man United 'keeper set to sign new contract

    Sport

    It led to him even being congratulated by the opposition for a wonder-save from Luis Muriel. The 27-year-old made eight saves in the match, with two superb stops from Sevilla's duo of Steven N'Zonzi and Muriel at the end of the first half.
  • Tottenham Could Sell Key Defender Amid Contract Dispute

    Tottenham Could Sell Key Defender Amid Contract Dispute

    Sport

    Alderweireld's current deal expires at the end of next season, but The Times reports that Spurs are refusing to meet his £150,000-a-week wage demands. Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld is a doubt for his side's Premier League clash at Crystal Palace on Sunday after suffering a leg injury in training, manager Mauricio Pochettino said.
  • Highlights from Mel Kiper Jr.'s conference call

    Highlights from Mel Kiper Jr.'s conference call

    Sport

    Marshon Lattimore got more headlines and awards, but he wasn't the only rookie corner to announce his presence to the National Football League with authority. Kiper has Georgia running back Sony Michel listed as the draft No.3 running back, behind Penn State's Saquon Barkley and Guice, and ahead of Jones (4th) and San Diego State's Rashaad Penny (5th).
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan may be rested at Arsenal vs Ostersunds match

    Henrikh Mkhitaryan may be rested at Arsenal vs Ostersunds match

    Sport

    Kolo Toure believes Manchester City's "amazing" brand of football will see them beat Arsenal in this weekend's Carabao Cup final at Wembley. While the Frenchman admits it was a hard call to make, he feels it is important his goalkeepers have clarity and know he will stick to what he says.
  • Eugenie Bouchard wins suit against USTA over head injury

    Eugenie Bouchard wins suit against USTA over head injury

    Sport

    Open. "I screamed, 'Oh my God, it burns!'" Bouchard testified of slipping on chemical cleaning spray and falling flat on her bare back as she headed to take a post-match ice bath. "It was all over me", she said of the chemicals . She hit her head in the fall, suffering a concussion and pulling out of the tournament. The Canadian slipped on a cleaning substance that had been applied to the room's tile floor and she sustained a concussion.
  • Winter Olympics 2018: Russian figure skaters dominate as Americans struggle

    Sport

    Zagitova scored exactly the same, 156.65, as Evgenia Medvedeva in the free skate, but edged the 18-year-old two-time world champion by 1.31 points thanks to her sublime, world-record short programme on Thursday. This is her best chance at gold in these games. So, another world record, 82.92. As she finished her skate and awaited her score, Tennell looked relieved, proud, and happy.
  • Vonn scatters ashes of grandfather in S. Korea

    Vonn scatters ashes of grandfather in S. Korea

    Sport

    Asked before the slalom race exactly how much slalom training she's done lately, Vonn smiled, curling her index finger and thumb to make a "0". "I think mostly it was intense because I wanted to win for my grandpa". LINDSEY'S SKI DIARY, it says on a shelving unit with 39 binders that chronicle her career from speed-demon girl to the most accomplished female skier in history.
  • Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva tests positive for banned heart drug

    Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva tests positive for banned heart drug

    Sport

    A second Russian athlete has failed a doping test at the Pyeongchang Games, a day before the International Olympic Committee's executive board is to decide whether to reinstate the country for Sunday's closing ceremony. "It'll take some time to sink in". An Olympic official followed her round with a box of tissues. "I can tell you that on the 13th it was clean, but on the 18th it gave a positive result for the heart medication", he said.
  • Sulking at silver: Canadian hockey player refused to wear medal

    Sulking at silver: Canadian hockey player refused to wear medal

    Sport

    In an electrifying display, forward Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scored the triple-deke winning goal - a move she called "Oops, I Did It Again" in reference to pop star Britney Spears' 2000 hit song. The general manager of Canada's national team programs says they expect professionalism and sportsmanship from their players. Social media reaction was varied, with some suggesting Larocque should be praised for her passion for winning while others labelled her disrespectful.
  • Tiger Woods shoots even-par 70 in first round of Honda Classic

    Tiger Woods shoots even-par 70 in first round of Honda Classic

    Sport

    A few weeks later, he had the first of four back surgeries. Even one of his two wild drives, when his ball landed behind two carts that were selling frozen lemonade and soft pretzels, he still had a good angle to the green. Staying focused on each shot. From there, he laid up to 150 yards, knocked a 6-iron in a greenside bunker, played onto the fringe, chipped 4 feet by the hole and missed his bogey putt.
  • Mourinho talks down Man Utd's Champions League chances

    Mourinho talks down Man Utd's Champions League chances

    Sport

    Guillem Balague has claimed that Real Madrid are not interested in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba , contrary to recent reports. Pogba then missed the routine 2-0 win over Huddersfield with illness - despite Mourinho saying he would play on Friday.
  • Messi finally opens account against Chelsea

    Messi finally opens account against Chelsea

    Sport

    The 21-year-old centre-back has forced his way into the team this season with a host of impressive displays. And Conte refused to pin the blame on the inexperienced Dane for conceding. "One mistake and we know very well when you make a mistake against Barcelona and players like Messi, Suarez and (Andres) Iniesta you pay". "We had the game under control when they scored their goal".
  • Police officer dies after clashes between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow fans

    Police officer dies after clashes between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow fans

    Sport

    An officer is also confirmed to have died in hospital after suffering a heart attack during the disturbances. The fighting spread onto the streets near the stadium and police struggled to restore order. "We are in contact with local authorities to obtain further information on these incidents". He was rapidly transferred to the nearby hospital, but was confirmed by the Basque Regional Government to have died at around 10:00 p.m.
  • Resolution would expel California senator

    Resolution would expel California senator

    Sport

    Two other California state lawmakers have resigned in recent months in the face of sexual misconduct allegations that emerged as the #MeToo movement unfolded. Additionally, Mendoza fired three staffer members on a single day last September. According to the report, there were "pre-existing conflicts" among members of Mendoza's office, and the firings were likely "terminated for reasons unrelated to any complaint of sexual harassment".
  • Warriors to Meet With Local Kids, Not Trump, on Trip to Washington

    Warriors to Meet With Local Kids, Not Trump, on Trip to Washington

    Sport

    Head coach Steve Kerr and point guard Steph Curry were critical of Trump, and Curry said previous year he hoped the team would make a statement by not attending a White House ceremony. Trump then went on Twitter to say that the Warriors' invitation was officially " withdrawn ". With the time in D.C. still allotted, there was an opportunity for the Warriors to use it how that saw fit.
  • Marshall University football player shot at Severn party has died

    Marshall University football player shot at Severn party has died

    Sport

    Aaron, who was just 19 years old, was shot along with another 17-year-old male in Severn, Md., according to the Herald Dispatch . A college football player who was paralyzed in a shooting last month has died. The 6-foot-5, 272-pound Aaron had 13 tackles in eight games during the 2017 season. Larry Aaron Jr. said his son had been hospitalized at Frederick Memorial Hospital since Monday.
  • Welbeck set for new Arsenal deal

    Welbeck set for new Arsenal deal

    Sport

    Wilshere has enjoyed a promising season this term and has seemingly put his injury woes finally behind him. But in Jack Wilshere , his worldwide colleague and club-mate who has returned from his own injury torment to become a vital part of the team at Arsenal , Wenger believes Welbeck has an inspiration to look up to.
  • Jonny Evans reinstated as West Bromwich Albion captain

    Jonny Evans reinstated as West Bromwich Albion captain

    Sport

    And it hasn't improved much since I've been here. "That's my challenge individually. [But] it's a results business and we need to get results", said Pardew. "We know where we've come from and we can be focused on what we have to do, rather than contend with all the other talk that maybe other teams who are in our situation have to deal with".
  • Hockey gold to USA

    Sport

    Although she didn't wear it during the ceremony or in interviews afterward, Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail reported an official from the Olympic Ice Hockey Federation talked to her and explained she can't "legally" refuse to wear the medal.
  • Carolina women's coach files defamation lawsuit against Missouri AD for slander

    Carolina women's coach files defamation lawsuit against Missouri AD for slander

    Sport

    Sankey also said that in addition to the fine and reprimand against Sterk, he mandated a review of South Carolina's game management procedures and visiting team security. We certainly know what she stands for and we're extremely proud of what she's done her, so comments that were made, we don't understand that and only Jim Sterk can explain his reasoning".