Month: April 2021

7 best bike helmets for 2021 and how to choose one

As the weather gets warmer, many Americans are looking for new ways to exercise and enjoy the outdoors — one popular option is biking. But before you take off, you’ll need to make sure you have everything you need to bike safely, including bike helmets — experts we consulted consider it essential to wear one.

Even the best cyclists are still at risk of colliding with cars or other motor vehicles, encountering hazards like pedestrians or other cyclists and facing dangerous road conditions like potholes and tree roots. Bicycle crashes can cause serious injury or even death, especially when the

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California’s Southern Section to Hold Swimming and Diving Championships in May

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)’s Southern Section announced on Wednesday that the Orange County Department of Public Health gave its approval to hold the Section’s Swimming and Diving Championships for the 2020-21 school year.

The Southern Section comprises most of the public and private high schools in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, and central and southern Santa Barbara counties. [Note: There is a separate section called CIF Los Angeles City Section for teams from the public schools that make up the vast Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).]

The 2021 Swimming Championships will take place on Tuesday, May

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Hayden names new head boys basketball coach

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Hayden High has named their next head boys basketball coach.

Dwayne Paul will lead the Wildcats next season. He called the decision to accept the position a “no-brainer.”

“I always wanted to coach and play against some of the best in the state,” Paul said. “I feel within the Centennial League, it doesn’t get much better than that. You have some of the best coaches in the state, some of the best players in the state — and so what better way than try to step up and challenge your self and hopefully continue the tradition

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Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle United: Joe Willock scores 95th-minute equaliser at Anfield

Joe Willock has scored four goals in 10 Premier League appearances for Newcastle, having netted just once in 40 league games for Arsenal

Newcastle substitute Joe Willock scored a dramatic but deserved 95th-minute equaliser to deny Liverpool a much-needed win in their pursuit of Champions League football.

Mohamed Salah’s early goal appeared to have put the champions on track for a vital three points as they chase a top-four finish at the end of a disappointing season.

But despite dominating early on, Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to finish the game off and were given a lifeline they failed to

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ESPN ranks college football’s 10 best

Handing out the title of “Running Back U” in college football is no easy task when you consider — in volume — the elite-level talent this sport has produced over the past decade and change. Going back to the start of the BCS era, 49 ballcarriers have been selected in the first round, a heavy portion of that total coming when NFL teams were still putting a premium on the running back position. 

Now? Reigning Doak Walker winner Najee Harris from Alabama might be the only running back selected in the first 32 picks of Thursday night’s NFL

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Does Cardio Like Running and HIIT Hinder Muscle-Building?

  • It’s a fitness myth that cardio causes your muscles to shrivel up or prevents them from growing.
  • What’s crucial, however, is that cardio doesn’t limit your capacity to perform strength training.
  • Equally, recovery is key for muscle growth, so make sure you aren’t overtraining.
  • Read more Working It Out here.
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Dear Rachel,

After years of doing cardio and HIIT classes, I’m trying to incorporate more strength training into my fitness regime as I want to build some muscle (and have next to none). My question is: If I carry on doing my cardio, will

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Floyd Mayweather-Logan Paul match announced for June 6

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Police killings of Black Americans amount to crimes against humanity, international inquiry finds

In devastating report, human rights experts call on international criminal court prosecutor to open an immediate investigation Demonstrators hold posters of Daunte Wright during a protest near the Brooklyn Center police department in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 16 April 2021. Photograph: Kerem Yucel/AFP/Getty Images The systematic killing and maiming of unarmed African Americans by police amount to crimes against humanity that should be investigated and prosecuted under international law, an inquiry into US police brutality by leading human rights lawyers from around the globe has found.

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Julio Jones trade rumors: Falcons laying ‘framework’ for trade

A new home for Julio Jones could be coming soon.

According to NBC Sports’ Peter King, the Falcons have begun “laying the framework” for a Julio Jones trade. The trade wouldn’t be made official until after June 1, when Jones’ cap hit wouldn’t be as devastating to Atlanta’s cap situation.

Among the teams interested in Jones, King reports, the Raiders and Patriots would both be in the running. The return: future NFL draft picks, which King speculates as a second-rounder.

Per OverTheCap, a pre-June 1 trade would result in more than $23 million in dead money, while a post-June

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Singh Purewal twins to make Wembley Cup final history | Football News

Twins Amar and Arjun Singh Purewal are set to make history as the first British South Asian brothers to line up against each other under the arch in a Wembley Cup final.

The Sikh Punjabi twins from Sunderland have played alongside one another for much of their careers. But they find themselves on opposing sides when Amar’s Hebburn Town play Arjun’s Consett AFC in a rare North-East derby in last season’s rescheduled FA Vase final, taking place on the early May Bank Holiday.

The Purewal brothers are no strangers to making history and are iconic figures in the North East

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NFL mock draft 2021, 3-round edition: 49ers opt for Mac Jones; Lions throw QB curveball; Penei Sewell, DeVonta Smith slide

Sporting News will keep on mock drafting until the teams go on the clock for the 2021 NFL Draft from Thursday through Saturday to continue to provide an updated perspective of what teams are thinking about what prospects at what positions.

Previously, SN expanded to projecting every selection from No. 1 to 259 in a seven-round mock. Then came our only first-round mock with trades with six potential deals shaking up the top 32 picks.

Now that draft week has kicked off, here’s a straight-up three-round edition to look at several more different scenarios over Days 1 and 2, after

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