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Elwanda Tulloch

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August 26

Ajax’s Blind ‘feeling well’ despite health scare

Daley Blind remains under observation after his implanted defibrillator (ICD) gave off an alarm in a friendly with Hertha Berlin.

“The central defender is feeling well, given the circumstances,” Ajax said in a statement. “He will undergo further examinations and await the results of these tests before resuming training.”

Daley went to the ground in the 80th minute of Tuesday’s game against
the Bundesliga side without the intervention of an opponent but was able to leave the field without assistance. Last year Blind suffered

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The Latest: No fans for Broncos’ opener against Titans

Elwanda Tulloch

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:


There will be no fans for the Denver Broncos’ season opener against the Tennessee Titans on Monday night Sept. 14 because of the COVID-19 crisis.

The Broncos said Friday they hope to have fans at subsequent games. The team has sold out every home game since the 1960s.

The Broncos have been working with the Colorado governor’s office, using computer-generated plans that include up to 20,000 fans at Empower Field at Mile High.

But the team said having an empty stadium for the opener was the “responsible thing to do right now for our community.”


Vanderbilt has canceled Friday’s practice after some positive COVID-19 test results.

The private Southeastern Conference university is not sharing the number of positive results. But Vanderbilt issued a statement noting the university’s ongoing testing procedures has “positive COVID-19 test

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