The sports world is following the Lions’ lead. Matt Patricia is encouraged, and ready for more.

ALLEN PARK — The Detroit Lions canceled practice on Tuesday in protest of the Jacob Blake shooting in Wisconsin. That was unprecedented. Nobody had ever canceled anything in protest of police brutality, let alone an entire practice in the middle of the shortest offseason in NFL history.

This is the same league that blackballed Colin Kaepernick after his protest against police brutality in 2016. Four years later, you had an NFL general manager and NFL head coach standing outside team headquarters with all their players announcing practicing had been canceled.

It was unprecedented.

Now, the sports world is following their lead.

The Milwaukee Bucks, headquartered just 30 miles from the Blake shooting in Kenosha, announced on Wednesday night they would not play their playoff game against the Orlando Bucks. A few minutes later, Orlando showed solidarity by announcing it would not accept a win via forfeit.

A few minutes after

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Cana Swimming Event Postponed, Usf Ready For Post Covid 19

Elwanda Tulloch

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

Nabil Saleh in action in a past CANA event in Uganda. Photo by Michael Nsubuga

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

The 6th CANA Zone III Swimming Championships in Kampala in November was one of the major activities on the Uganda Swimming Federation (USF) calendar this year.

Uganda was going to host the region’s top swimmers from different countries, but like most of the other sporting events around the world, that will not be possible due to the rampant Coronavirus pandemic.

According to the USF president Moses Mwase,

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These top players are ready to play in Thomas-Uber Cup

Elwanda Tulloch

On 3 to 11 October, the Badminton Association of India will select the team for the Thomas and Uber Cup going to be held in Aarhus in a day or two. 10 shuttlers will be selected in the male and female category. Due to COVID-19, the selection of the team will be done on the basis of BWF ranking.

All the top players including PV Sindhu, K Srikkanth and Saina Nehwal are ready to play. A proposal to start the camp of all these 20 shuttlers from September 8 will be given by the Federation to the Sports Authority of India. According to the sources of Badminton Association of India, the World Badminton Federation wants the country to participate in this prestigious tournament. The Badminton Association of India has also been asked to impose visas on behalf of the organizers.

According to the ranking, Saina’s husband P Kashyap has a … Read More