Keltie Geri Leon scored twice in the first period and Matthew Santos scored in the second as the Maine Mariners beat the Norfolk Admirals 3-2 on Friday in Norfolk, Virginia. I mentioned
Billy Konstantinou and Blake Murray score for Norfolk. Mitchell Focier recorded two assists in the main.
Michael DiPietro had 22 saves in the main and Michael Bullion had 26 in Norfolk.
WNBA: The Atlanta Dream acquired three-time WNBA All-Star guard Daniel Robinson from the Indiana Fever for guard Christy Wallace.
Robinson is also a three-time selection to the WNBA All-Defensive Team, ranking 13th in league history in career assists (1,376) and leading in career free throw percentage, assists per game, and assists-to-turnover ratio. Ranked in the top 20.
The 11-year veteran has spent his last two seasons with Indiana, averaging 8.5 points and 3.8 assists per game.
Wallace appeared in 29 games and started 18 during his rookie season at Atlanta. He averaged 6.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists.
Figure skating: A Russian court has ruled that figure skater Camila Valieva had “no fault or negligence” in the doping scandal that rocked last year’s Winter Olympics.World Anti-Doping Agency.
The Russian skater won Olympic gold in February’s team competition before it was announced two months ago that a sample she provided had tested positive for a banned substance. The results were reported later because the lab that tested the samples was affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
WADA was “concerned” by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency’s panel’s ruling that Valieva should be disqualified from just one day of the 2021 Russian Championships when the sample was taken.
Men’s World Cup: Alexander Armot Kilde ruined the Swiss party by winning the World Cup Super G on the famous Lauberhorn mountain in Wengen, Switzerland.
The Norwegian passed home racers Stefan Rogentin and Marco Odermatt before blowing kisses to the noisy local fans in the finish area. Kilde, the 2022 Olympic bronze medalist in super-G, also spread his arms out wide, as if begging the crowd to forgive him.
At the age of 28, Rogentin took his first podium and finished a career-best second place, just 0.27 seconds ahead of Kilde. Odermatt extended his record of top-three Super-G finishes to four races this season by trailing Kielde by 0.66 seconds.
Premier League: Chelsea welcomed the English Football Association’s decision to make homophobic chants aimed at supporters a punishable crime, calling it a ‘step in the right direction’.
The FA announced Wednesday that ‘Rent Boy’ chants directed at Chelsea fans by rival supporters are now considered against the rules.
A letter has been written to all Premier League clubs and clubs in the English football world to try to enforce this point and eradicate discriminatory behavior.
– Staff and News Service
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