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    Sportcash One posted in the group SPORTS NEWS

    2 months ago

    Welcome to Friday, Blitzers! We start today at the prestigious Royal St George’s where Louis Oosthuizen stormed to an early Open lead but Jordan Spieth and the field lurk closely behind. On the pitch, USA Men’s Soccer clinched their group in the Gold Cup with an easy win. In less optimistic news, both USA Men’s Basketball and the New York Yankees are facing Covid scares. We also have updates regarding Conor McGregor’s leg injury, Richard Sherman’s legal saga and Bryson DeChambeau’s beef with… apparently everybody at this point. Let’s dive in!

    Bryson DeChambeau struggled on day one at The Open claiming his ‘driver sucks’ – the people at Cobra Golf were not too happy and the tour operations manager stated that Dechambeau sounded ‘stupid’

    Conor McGregor claimed on social media yesterday that he had a stress fracture in his leg going into the bout with Poirier – McGregor also claims the UFC was aware of the injury but still went ahead with the fight

    The Yankees-Red Sox game was postponed yesterday after multiple Yankees players tested positive for Covid-19 following the All-Star break – this is the first Covid-19 game postponement in three months for the MLB

    Bradley Beal is set to miss the Tokyo Olympics after being placed in Covid-19 health and safety protocol – team USA loses a starting guard and will look to pick up a player before games start next week

    A judge has ordered Richard Sherman’s release from jail without bail – the release comes with several stipulations including no drug use and Sherman is due again in court today

    Reports emerged that Tom Brady played the entirety of last season on a torn MCL which he just had surgery on – Brady continues to be the GOAT in so many ways

    Carolina Panthers have extended OT Taylor Moton for 4 years, $72M – Christian McCaffrey has got to be pretty happy with this move

    OLYMPIC Surfing

    What You Need to Know

    For the first time in Olympic history, surfing will be making its debut – it is one of four new sports recognized by the Olympics (we’ll cover the rest in due time)
    The competitors will surf at the Tsurigasaki Beach in Chiba, Japan
    The athletes will compete with short-boards which are less than seven feet in length – these types of boards are quicker and more accurate, better for faster and powerful waves
    A total number of 40 athletes, 20 men and 20 women qualified for the games
    There will be a holding period between July 25 and August 1, in which the Olympics’ will assess the waves each morning and pick the best days to hold the competition

    The heats will consist of four athletes at a time
    The surfers will be using common surf etiquette in which the surfer closest to the peak of the wave will have priority to said wave
    Surfers will be judged from 1-10 with the usual two decimals, based on speed, maneuvers, air, and barrels
    Each heat will run for 20 to 25 minutes, with the top two scorers advancing – getting pitted is encouraged
    Favorites in Tokyo

    Men’s world No. 1 Italo Ferreira (Brazil) is the favorite going into the event thanks to his small wave prowess and will be joined by two-time world champion Gabriel Medina – the conditions of the surfing venue at Tsurigasaki Beach are expected to suit the style and flair of the Brazilian’s
    Stephanie Gilmore (Australia) is a big deal with a record of seven world titles to her name, and there’s little the Aussie star has yet to achieve in surfing – thus making the allure of winning an Olympics very exciting for the veteran
    4-time world champion, known for her revolutionary aerial tricks, Carissa Moore (USA) will represent the American’s and is joined by Caroline Marks, who at 19 years of age is making a name for herself and is a star on the rise – USA’s John John Florence is also a favorite for the men

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