“We are monitoring the situation in close collaboration with F1, the promoter and with our ASN which is our conduit on the ground in China,” the FIA said. “We are all monitoring it together. At this stage not much we can do except watch the situation and react if necessary, if recommendations are made by the relevant authorities.” … [Read more...] about World Indoor Athletics and Chinese Grand Prix at risk over coronavirus
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Unique trophy lifts (Brian Kilcline edition) Following on from a question about Jordan Henderson’s signature trophy lift, Matthew Rudd has been in touch with another player who displayed a distinctive technique when hoisting a shiny pot in the air for thousands of fans to see. “This is very niche, but it wouldn’t surprise me if the great Brian Kilcline is the only FA Cup-winning skipper who lifted the trophy to the Wembley crowd while holding it round the waist, rather than the handles,” he writes. … [Read more...] about Which footballer holds the world record for the longest throw-in?
It is unquestionably a very difficult time for anyone who feels the full glare of publicity, and his friends say he has been stressed and distressed by it. Again, I sympathise. But colluding with the paparazzi does not help his case, particularly as the most famous father of the bride who inevitably had so much attention on him in the build up to the big day. … [Read more...] about Royal Wedding scammers! Meghan Markle’s father STAGED photos with paparazzi that were shared around the world and sold for up to £100,000 – just days before he walks her down the aisle
Chelsee Healey displays her jaw-dropping physique in a crop... Katie McGlynn exhibits her incredible toned bikini body as... Strictly tour thrown into chaos as THREE dancers are injured... Gail Porter breaks down in tears as she promotes documentary... Lauren Goodger displays her voluptuous curves in bright pink... … [Read more...] about ‘I’m her only husband, no man can live up to me’: Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid compare themselves to Corrie’s Jack and Vera as the GMB duo insist they bicker ‘with affection’
This, then, is a book about belonging rather than a conventional travelogue. Tallack is one of a burgeoning group of young travel writers – of whom Robert Macfarlane is the cynosure – who have reinvigorated their increasingly tired genre with elements of psychogeography: the study of how places make us feel. These journeymen and women understand intuitively – if not explicitly – that the globalised world is all used up when it comes to strange vistas and marvellous creatures; now the only course for the true adventurer is to strike out for the known, then accurately record your own resultant sense of the unheimlich. The problem for the new school is they lug along in their knapsacks the same standard-issue English romanticism as their forebears – Leigh Fermor, Thubron, Newby et al. This makes their writing oddly strained, as they try to mitigate their entirely understandable sense of alienation (after all, what are they up to, pretending to … [Read more...] about 60 Degrees North by Malachy Tallack review – around the world in search of home