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Positive COVID Tests Crush Olympic Dreams

Positive COVID Tests Crush Olympic Dreams

Harry Wilmerding Five U.S. athletes have tested positive for coronavirus prior to the start of the Tokyo Olympics, crushing their dreams of competing in the world’s largest sporting event. U.S. men’s basketball player Bradley Beal tested positive on July 15 which made him unable to travel to Tokyo, USA basketball announced in a tweet. U.S […]

More Companies Plan To Skip Olympic Opening Ceremony Amid Growing COVID Cases

More Companies Plan To Skip Olympic Opening Ceremony Amid Growing COVID Cases

Harry Wilmerding on July 20, 2021 More Japanese companies have decided to skip the Olympic opening ceremony Friday as concerns on whether to hold the Games grow amid a surge in coronavirus cases, Bloomberg reported. Executives from Japanese companies Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, Fujitsu Ltd and NEC Corp announced Tuesday they would skip the […]

UFC Fight Night With Conor McGregor Is More Proof Election Was Stolen

UFC Fight Night With Conor McGregor Is More Proof Election Was Stolen

    By Wayne Allyn Root I’d like to call the Democrat Party and the liberal mainstream media stupid. I’d like to call them morons. I’d like to call them incompetent. But I can’t. They’re actually cunning, brilliant and pure evil. They hid the greatest Ponzi scheme and first-ever $1 trillion scam in world history- […]

Olympics To Be Without Fans As Japan Declares State Of Emergency

Olympics To Be Without Fans As Japan Declares State Of Emergency

Harry Wilmerding Japan decided to declare a state of emergency on Thursday, banning all spectators from the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, officials said. “In the event that a state of emergency or other priority measures aimed at preventing infection are implemented at any time after 12 July 2021, restrictions on spectator numbers at the Games, including […]

Olympic Officials Fight Japan Over Potential Cancellation Six Weeks Before Tokyo Games Are Supposed To Begin

Olympic Officials Fight Japan Over Potential Cancellation Six Weeks Before Tokyo Games Are Supposed To Begin

Kendall Tietz |CONTRIBUTOR   Olympic Committee officials are moving forward with plans for the Tokyo games despite concerns from Japan’s government and citizens, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) told the Wall Street Journal that “it has become clearer than ever that these Games will be safe for everyone participating and the […]

Florida Bans Biological Men From Competing In Women’s Sports

Florida Bans Biological Men From Competing In Women’s Sports

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Tuesday banning biological males from women’s sports. The governor signed the bill on the first day of Pride Month, sparking a backlash from LGBTQ advocates, though DeSantis said the law was not intended to be a message. “First of all it’s not […]

‘Panic time’ for NBA over plunging ratings

‘Panic time’ for NBA over plunging ratings

By WND Staff  WND News Center Viewership amid Black Lives Matter push hits historic lows It’s “panic time” for the NBA in the wake of its adoption of the Black Lives Matter agenda, with viewership plunging on ABC 45% since the 2011-12 season. Breitbart News reported the ratings disaster includes a viewership drop on TNT of 40% […]

Simi Valley and Yarrow Family YMCA Indoor Fitness Centers Reopen March 29

Simi Valley and Yarrow Family YMCA Indoor Fitness Centers Reopen March 29

Westlake Village, Calif.—The YMCAs in Simi Valley and Westlake Village will reopen their indoor fitness centers Monday, March 29. Both Ys’ indoor facilities have been closed since last summer. Sanitation and social distancing procedures have been put in place following county guidelines. Masks will be required while inside and outside YMCA buildings. “We’ve spaced our […]

Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) Opts-In For California Community College Athletic Association Spring II Season

Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) Opts-In For California Community College Athletic Association Spring II Season

Camarillo, Calif. (March 8, 2021)—After opting out of Spring I season sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) will “opt-in” for the upcoming California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Spring II season. The decision is based on CCCAA COVID-19 guidelines and input from the athletic directors, coaches and athletic […]

California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

BY GQ PAN A group of high school athletes in Southern California are suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over the statewide ban on indoor youth sports during the CCP virus pandemic. Five student athletes from Orange County—two volleyball players, a basketball player, a wrestler, and a cheerleader—filed a joint lawsuit against Newsom, seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to return […]