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“I hope these games will help us realise we must kill – in a sporting sense – the opponent and kill the game when we have the chance.” Eriksen is settling into his trequartista role behind Lukaku and Lautaro, as Conte changed the team’s tactics to fit the Dane. read also:Conte: ‘Inter deserved the Final’ “We must continue using these new solutions. We had more time to work with Christian, both tactically and physically, during the lockdown. He has settled in, but must be even more determined and score more goals. “We’re six points off the top with 12 rounds to go. There’s no margin for error, whereas Lazio and Juventus can have the odd mistake and get away with it. “This is why need that ferocity in front of goal, because with a strong lead, we can then relax on the ball.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Antonio Conte assures Inter are still in the Scudetto race after beating Sampdoria 2-1, but they ‘must learn to kill – in a sporting sense – the games off.’ Now at Inter Milan, Conte signed Moses on loan in January, much to the wing-back’s delight The Nerazzurri were absolutely dominant in the first half and scored two excellent team goals with Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez, but somewhat petered out after the break. They still held on for a 2-1 victory over Samp that puts them within six points of leaders Juventus. “This evening, we had no choice but to get the victory so we could close the gap to six points,” said Conte in his press conference. “We fuel the hope that we can achieve something extraordinary. It’s true that we could’ve sealed it earlier by making more of our chances, but instead we conceded at the first Samp attempt and got a little anxious. It was a good performance, anyway. “I repeat, it’s not a fitness issue, but when we have scoring opportunities and do not take them, which also happened in the Coppa Italia with Napoli, all it takes is one lucky ricochet and it’s all up for grabs again. Promoted ContentWill You Recognize Celebs In Their Kid Photos?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth8 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee
Chris Simpson became the 100th different feature winner in the Deery Brothers Summer Series 30-plus year history when he topped the $10,000 to win Yankee Dirt Track Classic feature Saturday at Farley Speedway. (Photo by Tom Macht, www.photofinishphotos.com)FARLEY, Iowa (Sept. 2) – Along with a unique place in Deery Brothers Summer Series history, Chris Simpson enjoyed a $10,000 run to the checkers at Farley Speedway’s 40th annual Yankee Dirt Track Classic Saturday night.Simpson regained the lead with 28 circuits to go in the 100-lap main event, then held off Joel Callahan and Justin Kay following a late restart to win his IMCA Late Model tour career-first feature.He also became the 100th different driver to win a feature over the course of the series’ 477-event history.“It was kind of a good night for us,” said Simpson, who put a car he built and borrowed from Jason Rauen in victory lane. “This is a series that has been around for a long time. I always wanted to win one and finally did. It feels really good to get the win and it’s an honor to win a Deery race.”The top-paying event on the tour schedule saw a season-best 55 entries. Callahan, a two-time Yankee winner, took home $5,000 for second and Kay’s third place finish was good for $2,500.Rounding out the top five were three-time and defending race winner Tyler Bruening and the 20th starting Chad Holladay. Series point leader Jesse Sobbing was sixth.The main event saw five lead changes, with pole starter Callahan, Rauen and Simpson enjoying turns up front before “B” qualifier Ryan Dolan motored by to pick up the halfway leader bonus.Simpson returned the favor on lap 73 and led to the finish.Jeff Aikey did double duty and earned $3,000 and a spot on the 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot for his win in the IMCA Modified feature.Next on the Deery Series schedule is the Thursday, Sept. 7 show during the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals at Boone Speedway. The winner earns $2,000 plus a bonus of as much as $1,500.Pit gates open at 11 a.m. and racing starts at 2 p.m. Approximate start time for the Late Model feature is 8 p.m.Feature results – 1. Chris Simpson, Oxford; 2. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 3. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 4. Tyler Bruening, Decorah; 5. Chad Holladay, Muscatine; 6. Jesse Sobbing, Malvern; 7. Denny Eckrich, Tiffin; 8. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa; 9. Dan Shelliam, Hazel Green, Wis.; 10. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon; 11. Mike Fryer, Freeport, Ill.; 12. Jake Neal, Omaha, Neb.; 13. Ben Seemann, Waterloo; 14. Chris Horn, Cedar Rapids; 15. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown; 16. Luke Goedert, Guttenberg; 17. Jon Merfeld, Dubuque; 18. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 19. Matt Ryan, Davenport; 20. Jeremiah Hurst, Dubuque; 21. Andy Eckrich, Oxford; 22. Andy Nezworski, Buffalo;23. Jason Rauen, Farley; 24. Curt Martin, Independence; 25. Justin Mitchell, Cedar Rapids; 26. Nick Marolf, Wilton; 27. Kyle Hinrichs, Swisher.
Jakarta: India’s women’s basketball team suffered a 61-84 defeat at the hands of Chinese Taipei in group A match of the 18th Asian Games here on Sunday.It seemed that India had not learnt from its mistakes at the Commonwealth Games as lack of proper defence structure and accuracy cost them the match.For India, Palanilkumakalayil Skaria Jeena (13) Raspreet Sidhu (12) scored maximum points while Szuchin Peng (14) and Pingjen Huang (11) were the major contributors for the Chinese Taipei. The match started with both the teams attacking each other. In the first two quarters India gave a good fight and maintained the pace of the game. India scored 17 points in the first quarter and 11 in the second. But the last two quarters saw India lose the plot.The Chinese Taipei upped the ante and started putting pressure on the Indian defence and as a result Indian girls failed to stop them.Regular attacks from their opponents saw India only score 17 and 16 points as compared to Chinese Taipei’s 31 and 20. India ended the game with 23 turnovers which is 11 more than their opponents. They will now face the Unified Korean team in the third match. IANS
During their gym period, the ninth graders at Green Dot Animo South Los Angeles Charter High School are restless. They want to talk to their friends and play basketball.Eventually, members of USC Peer Health Exchange manage to corral them and settle them in for a lesson on the importance of health education.As the high schools around Los Angeles are usually underfunded and understaffed, health classes are not a part of the core curriculum. Often, the lessons are the only exposure the students have to helpful and accurate information about health, and the only opportunity for them to ask questions in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.Armed with lessons and workshop materials, Peer Health Exchange visits high schools once or twice a week to teach students in their health classes. Peer Health Exchange was started in 1999 by a group of Yale University graduates and has since grown into a national nonprofit organization. Boasting chapters in major areas all over the United States, including Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, New York City, the Bay Area and Los Angeles, the organization matches local high schools with college students looking for experience in the health or education fields.Martha Wolnicki, a junior majoring in neuroscience, and Rachel Belzer, a senior majoring in health promotion and disease prevention, act as co-presidents of the USC branch, taking on administrative duties and evaluating the workshop materials to ensure they will run smoothly.“We have a series of 13 workshops where we talk about accessing resources, how to find health information and decision-making regarding sex, drugs and alcohol,” Belzer said. “We also do communication and advocacy, teaching these students how to stand for themselves, how to communicate and how to get information they need if it’s not readily available.”Wolnicki said the team offers services local students typically lack.“A lot of the time these students don’t really have accurate sources of information, so it’s important that we clarify their questions,” Wolnicki said. “They need to have proper information so they can make the right decisions for themselves and others.”The program offers a chance to experience work in the health education field, gives members a head start on their future professions and endows them with new skills.Kathleen Tor, a senior majoring in biological sciences, had no teaching experience prior to joining Peer Health Exchange but said she gained a lot out of the program.“I’ve discovered that I really enjoy teaching, breaking down information and passing it down to students,” Tor said. “For volunteers, PHE is an opportunity to follow their passion for health promotion while simultaneously giving back to the community.Christopher Lees, a senior majoring in human biology, said he wanted to extend his reach beyond the bubble of USC and connect with the wider L.A. community.“To be able to communicate with the younger demographic of Los Angeles is something I take a lot of pride in,” Lees said. “I’m planning to matriculate into medical school in the fall, and it’s given me a better range of what I can expect in the medical field because these are the next generation of people that are coming through. Empowering students to make their own healthy decisions is something I’m a really big proponent of, and this was one of the best programs for me to do that.”