Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Mr. Barry Gibb, CBE

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Scott Speedman

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Better late than never

July 28--Monique van de Ven


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Bebe Rexha

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Aug. 31, 2016

Mr. Jacques Nolot
Joe Budden
Tai Li Bond
Ms. Suzanne Roquette
Mr. Gérard Pirès
Serena Rossi
Cherry Morgan
Mona Lisa
Ashlyn Rae
Vanessa Gleason
Mr. Earnie Shavers
Gina Schock
Kinga Preis
Maria Flor
Zack Ward


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Sara Ramirez

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Mr. Richard Basehart (1914–1984)

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Mr. James Coburn (1928–2002)

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Mr. Noble Willingham (1931–2004)

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Mr. Fredric March (1897–1975)

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Mr. Jack Thompson

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Shar Jackson

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Jaime Gomez

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Ms. Carole Wells

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Ms. Rosenda Monteros

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Debbie Gibson

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Richard Gere

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Monday, August 29, 2016

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Aug. 30, 2016

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Mr. Richard Attenborough (1923–2014)

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Mr. Warren Buffett

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Ely Pouget

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Michael Chiklis

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Mr. Michael Jackson (1958–2009)

We Salute You, RIP

Oh, God!

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Update on Beware

Well, it's gone. Yes, it's true. Thank you Google.

Thank you Lord. Thank you Jesus.

Lynda Carter




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Lynda Carter by Lesley Goldberg, posted June 21, 2016

Wonder Woman is coming to The CW's Supergirl.

Lynda Carter, the actress who brought the Amazonian superheroine to life on the small screen, has booked a recurring role on Supergirl, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Carter will play the president of the United States and recur on the sophomore season of the CBS-turned-CW drama starring Melissa Benoist. She will first appear in episode three of season two.

Producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg told reporters last season that scoring Carter to play the president in season two was their dream casting for the part. The duo noted that they first envisioned Carter's president for a role in season one, though her schedule did not work out. "We're going to do it, we'll just do it next year," Kreisberg said.

Co-showrunner Ali Adler told THR after the season-one finale that having Carter join the series would be "incredible" and a "true honor." At the time, her casting was contingent on her schedule.

Supergirl marks Carter's first TV role in a few years. She last guest-starred on Two and a Half Men in 2013, playing herself. She also played Moira Sullivan for an episode of Superman prequel series Smallville in 2007. Carter is best known for playing Diana Prince/Wonder Woman on the ABC-turned-CBS series, which aired for three seasons and nearly 60 episodes in the late 1970s. She is repped by Mavrick Artists Agency, the Katz Co. and Dorit Simone Management.

For Supergirl, Carter becomes the second high-profile casting as the series looks to make noise and retain viewers for its move to The CW. The series cast Teen Wolf favorite Tyler Hoechlin to play Superman/Clark Kent, with the character debuting at the start of season two. The series returns Monday, Oct. 10, at 8 p.m. on The CW.


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Lynda Carter

2016 Appearances

Catalina Jazz Club
Hollywood, California
November 11 and 12, 2016

The Apple Room home of
Jazz at Lincoln Center
New York, New York
November 19, 2016


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Lynda Carter, Ms. Cher, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Madame Hillary Clinton plus Others(Images:Definitely Not suitable for kids) by Adam Dupuis | posted August 22, 2016

With Cher's appearance with Hillary in Provincetown, we are reminded that strong powerful women are role models for young girls and boys and gay boys everywhere.  One of the most powerful has to be Wonder Woman.  Yes, she's a fictional character (sorry to ruin that for you boys), but Lynda Carter is real and still going strong.  Wonder Woman's pilot episode came out in 1975 and Carter has been a star and role model ever since. In an interview in April of this year, the NY Post caught up with Carter and asked her a variety of questions, but most about how awesome she still is.
The upcoming “Wonder Woman” movie isn’t out until June 2017, but Diana Prince is right here in New York this weekend. Lynda Carter, star of the ’70s TV series, debuts her latest cabaret show, “Long-Legged Woman,” at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. (tickets at jazz.org). She’s also keeping up with the younger generation, appearing as a character in the video game “Fallout 4,” which just won the BAFTA game of the year award, and for which she wrote five songs. - nypost.com
Sara Stewart of the NY Post had the extreme pleasure of interviewing Carter, 64, and asked the original about her superhero past and her singing present. Here are some of the interview questions.  For all of Lynda's responses, head over to nypost.com.

I have to ask: What’s your verdict on “Batman v Superman”?

I haven’t seen it yet, but of course I will, as soon as I get done with this tour. I love Ben [Affleck]!

What are your feelings on the upcoming “Wonder Woman” movie?

Do you have any advice for the woman playing her now, Gal Gadot?

What is it that makes this character an enduring icon in a male-dominated genre?

You’ve been the only face of a major female superhero for so long.

I guess I don’t feel that way — I mean, I get a lot of glory for a TV show I did 40 years ago. But, you know, Hillary Clinton is a person that has been actually holding us up for so long. I get so tired of people putting her down. She’s been out paving the way for my daughter to do whatever she wants to do.

How did you come up with the name of this year’s cabaret show?

What can we expect to hear, besides the title track?

Now that you’re in a high-tech video game, do you play them yourself?

At 64, Lynda Carter still looks amazing. Maybe she should have played Diana in the new movie?  Or at least a cameo?  Maybe there is one.
We love you Lynda. You'll always be one of our favorites.

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Dira Paes

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June 30 is your birthday.

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Team Modena




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Neriman Ozsoy, Coach Micelli, Team Modena plus Others



MODENA - Dopo una lunga attesa è ufficialmente iniziata la stagione della LiuJo Nordmeccanica Modena, che dopo il raduno di ieri ha vissuto una giornata di presentazione alla stampa e ai media in cui il Presidente Onorario Antonio Cerciello, il Direttore Generale Giorgio Varacca, il coach Lorenzo Micelli e le otto giocatrici si sono prestati alle domande degli organi d’informazione.

Un momento d’incontro utile a sancire l’inizio di questa nuova avventura, un momento in cui il Presidente Onorario Cerciello ha ribadito con forza quello che è il suo obiettivo qui a Modena: “Siamo venuti qua per fare di questa squadra, in questa città la prima potenza pallavolistica in Italia. Abbiamo un progetto di tre anni in cui semineremo per raccogliere i frutti, ma come successo a Piacenza cercheremo di portare a casa risultati importanti fin da subito vista la squadra costruita. Vogliamo vincere e vogliamo portare tanti modenesi al PalaPanini, il nostro obiettivo è quello di vederlo pieno. Voglio dare soddisfazione alla città, tutti mi hanno spiegato che qui è nata e si è sviluppata la pallavolo poi a farmi riflettere e sposare questo progetto è stata anche la partnership con la famiglia Marchi, nostro main sponsor che conosce bene il territorio”.

Il coach Lorenzo Micelli: “Stiamo completando una fase di lavoro atletico e di pesistica, poi da lunedì inizieremo anche a lavorare con la palla sul campo. La nostra preparazione è iniziata ad inizio agosto con un lavoro fisico personalizzato per ognuna delle giocatrici. Quando una società fa investimenti importanti è logico che si aspetti anche risultati importanti, come ha detto il Presidente. Io sono sinceramente onorato di poter aver questa possibilità, di cercare questi risultati, penso ce la possiamo fare, ma bisogna fare i conti con ogni palla fino all’ultima e qui entra in gioco anche un po’ di fortuna. Io punterò tutto sulla costruzione di una squadra che gioca a pallavolo e concreta. Non sempre essendo concreti si è anche spettacolari, ma penso che quando arrivano i risultati il pubblico sugli spalti arriva sempre".

Presenti come detto le otto atlete attualmente a disposizione dello staff tecnico. Tra tutte per la prima volta è arrivata a Modena la schiacciatrice Neriman Ozsoy, al ritorno in Italia dopo la stagione 2014/15 vissuta a Conegliano. "Sono contenta di essere tornata in questo paese – racconta la giocatrice turca –, ho davvero bei ricordi di questo campionato. So che è sempre molto difficile e quindi sono felice di poter di nuovo giocare qui. Credo tanto nella mia squadra e sono contento di farne parte”.

Ozsoy racconta poi i suoi obiettivi per la stagione: "L’altra volta che sono stata in Italia sono arrivata fino alle semifinali, non sono riuscita a disputare le finali e spero di farlo e vincere qui a Modena quest’anno. Ho trovato un’atmosfera molto bella e per questo credo ci sia la possibilità di vincere. Ieri è stato il primo giorno per me, conoscevo già le ragazze della squadra ma è stato bello incontrarsi per la prima volta. Come detto l’atmosfera è molto buona e questo è sicuramente positivo".

All the best Neriman. God bless.

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Sarah Roemer

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Aug. 28, 2016


Florence Welch
Emma Samms
LeAnn Rimes
Mr. Ken Jenkins
Holley Fain
Mr. David Soul
Rick Rossovich
Kelly Overton
Billy Boyd
Kay Parker
Daniel Stern
Luis Guzmán
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James Jagger
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Kimberly Kane
Brian Thompson
Jason Priestley
Justine Priestley
Shana Feste
Amanda Tapping
Sarah Roemer
Quvenzhané Wallis
David Fincher
Lindsay Bloom
Andy Armstrong
Melissa Rosenberg



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Carly Pope

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Aug. 27, 2016

Kirsten Holmquist
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Gary Imhoff
Bodie Olmos
Danica Curcic
Taylor Wayne
Darren Goldstein
Bobbi Sue Luther
Karla Mosley
Lauren Jones
Heidi Hanson
Robert Richardson
Shaun Weiss
Diana Scarwid
Michelle Pierce
Paul Reubens
Frankie Thorn
Sophia Rose Stallone
Lívia de Bueno
Craig Baumgarten
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Mr. William Friedkin

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Aug. 29, 2016

Carla Gugino
Lea Michele
Jay Ryan
Beth Dover
Ms. Ellen Geer
Maite Schwartz
Jennifer Landon
Courtney Stodden
Lycia Naff
Saadet Aksoy
Liam Payne
Dina Spybey-Waters
Lauren Collins
Élodie Chérie
Hannah Cornett
Lucero
Laura Ashley Samuels
Roger Jackson
Lenny Henry
Emily Hampshire
Senator John McCain
Frances Ruffelle
Mr. Robin Leach
Amiée Conn
Ella Lemhagen
Maria Bertrand
Isabella Jantz
Dan Harris

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Mr. Joel Schumacher

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Chandra Wilson


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Mr. Elliott Gould

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Rebecca De Mornay

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Jovanna Huguet

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Émilie Dequenne

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Héloïse Godet


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Alexa PenaVega


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Mr. G.W. Bailey

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Sarah Chalke

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Ms. Tuesday Weld

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Ms. Ingrid Bergman (1915-1982)

We Salute You, RIP

The world just goes away(Definitely Not suitable for kids)(For Mature Audience only)

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Shania Twain - When You Kiss Me

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This could be it, I think I'm in love
Shania Twain - When You Kiss Me




This could be it, I think I'm in love
It's love this time
just seems to fit, I think I'm in love
This love is mine


I can see you with me when I'm older
All my lonely nights are finally over
You took the weight of the world off my
Shoulders (the world just goes away)

Oh, when you kiss me
(when you kiss me)
I know you miss me
(I know you miss me)
And when you're with me
The world just goes away
The way you hold me
(when you kiss me)
The way you show me
(I know you miss me)
That you adore me
Oh, when you kiss me
Oh, yeah


You are the one, I think I'm in love
Life has begun


I can see the two of us together
I know I'm gonna be with you forever
Love couldn't be any better
(the world just goes away)


Oh, when you kiss me
(when you kiss me)
I know you miss me
(I know you miss me)
And when you're with me
The world just goes away
The way you hold me
(when you kiss me)
The way you show me
(I know you miss me)
That you adore me
Oh, when you kiss me
Oh, yeah


I can see you with me when I'm older
All my lonely nights are finally over
You took the weight of the world off my
Shoulders (the world just goes away)


When you kiss me
(when you kiss me)
I know you miss me
(I know you miss me)
And when you're with me
The world just goes away
The way you hold me
(when you kiss me)
The way you show me
(I know you miss me)
That you adore me
The world just goes away
(when you kiss me)
When you kiss me
(I know you miss me)
I know you miss me
(And when you're with me)
Ooh, The world just goes away
When you kiss me

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Sir Paulo and Sir/Ms. Mel

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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Jennifer Shrader Lawrence




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Jennifer Shrader Lawrence


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Alicia Vikander





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Alicia Vikander




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Aug. 26, 2016

Dylan O'Brien
Mike Colter
Nazneen Contractor
Brett Cullen
Shirley Manson
Mr. Barbet Schroeder
Branford Marsalis
Riley Weston
Hayley Hasselhoff
Thalía
Ms. Alison Steadman
@you
Tori Black
Riley Steele
Patrick Kennedy
Danielle Savre
Gracie Dzienny
Oleg Taktarov
Ms. Susan Harrison
Gülseven Yilmaz
Leticia Brédice
Gamze Özçelik
Norman Nixon Jr.
Madame Magda Vásáryová



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Valérie Karsenti

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Claudia Schiffer




‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Premiere in London


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Claudia Schiffer




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Claudia Schiffer

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Grimaldi Forum, November 27, 2010 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco




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Ashley Crow

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Rachael Ray

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Mr. John Badham

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Mr. Regis Philbin

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Tim Burton

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Blake Lively

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Beth Riesgraf

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Mr. Kenny Baker (1934–2016)

We Salute You, RIP

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Ksenia Sukhinova

This coming Friday(Aug. 26), is your birthday.


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Yagmur Tanrisevsin

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Mr. Paulo Coelho

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Aug. 23, 2016

Mark Hudson
Ray Park
Lexi Alexander
Rick Springfield
Chris Potter
Mr. Tony Bill
Kobe Bryant
Ms. Viva
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Kim Feenstra
Carmen Luvana
Isabella Clark
Clare Grant
David Robb
Erin Foster
Glória Pires
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Mr. Gene Kelly (1912–1996)

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Mr. River Phoenix (1970-1993)

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Monday, August 22, 2016

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Aug. 22, 2016

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Ravshana Kurkova, Cindy Hope, Madison Monroe and Jale Arikan



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Alex Morgan




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Alex Morgan plus Others by Cristina Goyanes | posted Aug 17, 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Alex Morgan isn't sugarcoating it. The visibly somber soccer star is still overwhelmed by the team's loss to Sweden in the Rio Games quarterfinals last week, officially ending the U.S. women's soccer team's quest for a fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal.

We caught up with the 27-year-old at the P&G Family Home in Rio, where she's hanging with her family, supporting Team USA at other events and talking about her partnership with the Always #LikeAGirl campaign. She opened up about the loss and discussed what's next for her and the national team.

espnW: The U.S. team played its games in Brasilia and other cities, and now you're finally in Rio de Janeiro. What has your experience in Rio been like so far?

Coming to Rio, I feel like I was still heartbroken over our loss because we actually didn't make it to Rio. We ended in Brasilia. Had we won, we would have come to Rio. For me, deciding to come to Rio with my family -- as most of my teammates went home -- was very uplifting. I feel like I was able to support Team USA and I was able to experience the culture of Rio and Brazil in general. It's been really nice and a good distraction from everything else that's going on and the loss we had a
couple of days ago.



How have you and the team been handling the loss?

For a day or two it was really, really difficult and bitter. And I think it will be bitter for a long time. But it was a humbling experience because this team has such high expectations for winning and doing well historically in tournaments, [since we were] consecutive, three-time Olympic gold medalists. I think it was very devastating and heartbreaking at first. I think we will come back even stronger, but it will take time.

What's the biggest hurdle for the national team going forward?

It's not like we played a bad game. For us, it's more about getting over the heartbreak. I don't think there's a huge hurdle to get over. But I think it's going to take time and luckily there's three years between now and the next major tournament, so time is all we have right now.

What did you say to Christen Press after the penalty kicks against Sweden? [Both Morgan and Press missed their penalty kicks.]

It was devastating for the whole team, but for us in particular. We took it really hard. In the locker room, when we were all trying to be very supportive of each other, I just said, "It happens to the best of us." And I think for us that gave us a quick smile or giggle for a second. It honestly could have happened to anyone.

I feel like the effort was there when we played against Sweden. The passion and the heart was there. We were just extremely unlucky that day, especially in the penalties. But we'll bounce back from it. It's something so small in perspective given the career we're both going to have with the national team.

What was it like playing against former U.S. coach Pia Sundhage, who is now Sweden's head coach? Did that make it extra nerve-wracking?

No, we've played quite a bit against Pia, but I think we wanted to win even more because it was against her. At the same time, I do respect her at such a high level. She gave me my first Games with the national team. I respect her so much and she knows the game really well. So it's not surprising that [Sweden is] in the final.



Speaking of youngsters, how did Crystal Dunn and Mallory Pugh perform at the Olympics?

They performed great. They both scored and did extremely well in their first major tournaments. With Mal being 18 years old, I can see the pressure getting to someone so young, but I feel like she took it in stride and performed exceptionally well. I'm really proud of both of them.

How did the U.S. midfield perform at the Olympics?

Going into the Olympics, there were a lot of changes in the midfield because of Allie Long coming onto the team late in April. I feel like the midfield performed really well for having only a month or two to learn how to play together. Being knocked out in the quarterfinals isn't a good reflection of the way we played. That's just the way it goes sometimes.

Do you expect Amy Rodriguez and Sydney Leroux to join the team next year?

I hope so because they are amazing soccer players. They were my teammates for many years. They're two close friends who I would love to see back on the national team. With Amy just having her baby and Sydney having her baby within the next month, the most important thing is getting back healthy. As long as they can do it healthy, I would love to see them back as my teammates.

You and Sydney always dress up for Halloween. Any plans for this October?

I'm sure she'll have some good ideas. We'll see. Ask me in like two months.

What do you think of Sweden advancing to the gold-medal game?

It's hard for us to swallow because we want to be there, but at the end of the day, I just hope it's a good match for the fans.

Who are you picking: Sweden or Germany?

I don't know. I'm not really rooting for one over the other.

What's next for the team?

Now, it's just rebuilding and continuing to get back on course. We have two friendlies in September. That will be about getting the team back together, thinking positively and getting back on the right track.



source:espn.com

Aug. 21, 2016

Mr. Lino Capolicchio
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Mr. Kenny Rogers
Cleo King
Carly Steel
Eve Torres
Tina Jordan
Barbara Ann Moore
Melissa Schuman
Christie Herring
Sergey Brin
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Björn Andersson
Sloboda Micalovic



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Colm Feore

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Dzsenifer Marozsan and Team Germany





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Germany, Sweden, Canada, Brazil plus Others by Graham Hays, posted Aug. 19, 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO -- The Olympics ended with a game worthy of the surroundings.

And in a tournament in which every team showed its imperfections, there was a worthy winner in Germany, which defeated Sweden 2-1 for its first gold medal in women's soccer.

All of which made for a fitting send-off for one of the sport's most successful coaches.

In front of a crowd of 70,000, the game provided all the twists, turns and skill associated with the iconic Maracana. A scoreless first half featured chances for both teams, but it wasn't until Dzsenifer Marozsan's goal in the opening minutes of the second half that Germany did what neither the United States nor Brazil could manage in preceding games: force Sweden to play from behind.

Germany then doubled its lead on a Swedish own goal, but Sweden quickly cut the deficit to a single goal to set up a tense finish over the remaining quarter of the game, right down to a scramble for the ball yards from the German goal in stoppage time.

In the final game of coach Silvia Neid's tenure, Germany joined the United States and Norway as the only countries to win both Olympic gold and World Cup titles in women's soccer.

here are some thoughts at the final whistle.

1. Healthy Marozsan makes a difference

An injured Marozsan was far less than 100 percent when Germany and the United States met in a World Cup semifinal a year ago. And the day before the gold-medal game, German coach Silvia Neid suggested Marozsan was the only potential health concern for her team.



Well, Marozsan started this final and looked no worse for wear in the first half, as Germany slowly built offensive momentum. And she looked simply world class when a deflected cross fell to her feet in the 48th minute. A few yards outside the 18-yard box and unmarked, Marozsan took her time, picked her spot and curled a beautiful shot past the diving goalkeeper.

Time and again, the United States and Brazil hammered away at the Swedish goal in this tournament, but barely any of the shots from a bevy of talented players actually went on frame. Maroszan made the most of her first opportunity. Then her free kick from 20 yards in the 61st minute caromed hard off the post and into Sweden's Linda Sembrant, who scored an own goal on a failed clearance.

Put it on frame and good things happen. Have a healthy Marozsan and good things happen.

2. Sweden played for the gold

It took less than a minute for Sweden to earn a free kick near the German goal. The Swedes accumulated six first-half corner kicks. At times they had all 10 field players in the German end without the added enticement of a set piece. Really, they did. They even had an edge in possession through the first 45 minutes. All right, Sweden wasn't trying to pull off a Scandinavian ode to Barcelona. They played their way, which meant two organized and tightly synced lines of four on defense and a lot of long balls over the top. But they played.

All the hubbub about Sweden's defensive tactics in penalty-shootout wins against the United States and Brazil seemed forced anyway. And Sweden's supposedly dire soccer didn't stop 70,000 people from showing up to watch them play for the gold medal. But Sweden played to win -- or lose -- the gold medal for 90 minutes Friday night.

The Swedes almost paid for it on a couple of occasions in the first half, and it cost them when the back line found itself stretched on Marozsan's opening goal and the sequence that led to the own goal. But it also gave them a chance to threaten Germany's goal -- an Olivia Schough misfire on a Lotta Schelin cross and Schelin's missed shot on a counter were moments that will leave some Swedish fans to wonder what might have happened had their team scored first.
3. Meanwhile, in Sao Paulo

A tournament that began so promisingly for the host ended in bitter disappointment. Brazil left without a medal of any kind after a 2-1 loss to Canada in the bronze-medal game played in Brazil's largest city. By the time Brazil's goalless drought ended late in the second half -- the team going without a goal for nearly seven consecutive hours of soccer during the tournament -- Canada already had a two-goal cushion. But if it's a sad finish to what looked like a great Brazilian story, don't expect the Canadians to apologize for playing spoiler.

Canada becomes the fifth country to medal in women's soccer in back-to-back Olympics, taking the sting out of its own mildly disappointing showing as host of last year's World Cup. Although Christine Sinclair fittingly scored the eventual bronze-clincher against Brazil, Canada's feat is perhaps most impressive for how different the two medal-winning Canadian teams were.

In the span of those years, coach John Herdman successfully set the table for the post-Sinclair era. Friday's starting lineup included current West Virginia standouts Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence. And they are all but old-timers compared to 18-year-old Jessie Fleming and 17-year-old Deanne Rose, who scored the opening goal in the game. Add in Janine Beckie, who didn't start Friday but had such a strong tournament, Rebecca Quinn, Nichelle Prince and others, and Canada can celebrate both another medal and what the future holds.


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ITALIA - BRASILE 0-3 (22-25 26-28 24-26) di Luca Muzzioli

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RIO DE JANEIRO - La più brutta Italia dell'intera Olimpiade cede il campo ad un Brasile non irresistibile per 0-3. Si interrompe così il sogno azzurro di migliorare la qualità del metallo nell'albo d'oro italiano a cinque cerchi.

Resta l'argento, migliore del bronzo di Londra, ma con un sapore oggi, ora, amarissimo, che va oltre a quello immediato della sconfitta. Si sa, il bronzo è frutto di una vittoria, l'argento di un rovescio ad un passo dal paradiso. L'amarezza è però evidente perché la sconfitta con il Brasile, seppur con parziali che con un nulla potevano regalare soddisfazioni, è arrivata dopo una gara in cui la tensione e le aspettative hanno letteralmente congelato le braccia azzurre. Quasi la pressione da favore del pronostico fosse stampata a fuoco nelle nostre teste.

COSA NON E'ANDATO - Sono mancate ricezioni pulite per Giannelli, oggi di suo meno lucido, è mancata la temerarietà di squadra delle precedenti sette gare. E' mancata l'Italia che aveva fatto divertire e fatto vedere la capacità di risolvere. E' mancato il miglior Osmany Juantorena, purtroppo poco servito nella via di attacco di seconda linea, causa i problemi di cui sopra, è - ahinoi - mancato Lanza che, fuori fase in attacco, ha stentato anche nel lavoro di seconda linea, passando da trascinatore nella sfida con gli USA a, oggi, comparsa di se stesso. Contro una squadra che - ben guidata da Bruno (l'Italia - intesa come campionato - ha davvero contribuito a farlo diventare un vincente) - ha fatto la partita su Wallace e Felipe "Lipe" , è mancato anche il muro, solo 7. Noi di contro abbiamo risposto con Zaytsev. Meno brillante al servizio, è mancato lo spunto indivduale, ma è stato martellatore fino alla fine. Troppo solo lo "Zar".

Era, alla vigilia, la miglior Italia degli ultimi anni contro il Brasile più lacunoso (come contesto di squadra) degli ultimi 20 anni con tutta la pressione del mondo sulle spalle. Bruno e compagni hanno saputo interpretar la finale al meglio. Felipe nella battaglia ci ha sguazzato, mentre l'Italia è stata poco guerriera. Troppi pensieri sulla finale. Troppe attese per un oro che non è mai arrivato e che non arriverà, almeno per ora.

L'occasione forse più ghiotta della nostra storia pallavolistica.

L'Italia, alla terza finale Olimpica, dopo Atlanta '96 e Atene '04 si ferma ancora ai piedi della gloria. Il cerchio non si è chiuso. La ferita resta aperta.

E' argento, splendente da domani. Ma sa tanto, tantissimo, troppo, di grossa occasione perduta.

I SESTETTI - Attesi. Giannelli - Zaytsev palleggiatore opposto, Birarelli-Buti centrali, Juantorena e Lanza in posto4, Colaci libero. Brasile che conferma Felipe. Bruno in regia, Wallace opposto, Lucas e Mauricio al centro, Felipe-Lucarelli in posto 4, Sergio libero.

LA PARTITA LIVE - Inizio nervosissimo, l'Italia addomestica la tensione - almeno inizialmente - con i turni di battuta di Birarelli e Zaytsev che danno respiro: 4-1. Squadra azzurra che difende tantissimo e contrattacca, due volte con Juantorena: 10-6, Brasile che invece non passa dalle ali. C'è troppa tensione in campo. E' una partita sin qui brutta: 21-22, con il Brasile avanti dopo aver inflitto un parziale di 3-10 agli azzurri (da 9-6 a 12-16). l'Italia non è ancora entrata in partita con Juantorena, mentre Zaytsev e Lanza (quest'ultimo pessimo avvio) sono marcatissimi da muro e difesa verdeoro. 5 ace brasiliani (Felipe e Lucarelli ispirati), 10 errori azzurri (troppe battute regalate) fanno il resto.

Azzurri che faticano a costruire gioco. Al servizio non si creano difficoltà alla ricezione brasiliana, troppi errori, di contro in ricezione si subisce in maniera eccessiva il servizio brasiliano che fino al 9-7 ci regala 5 punti consecutivi (c'è anche un attacco out di Wallace) senza farci sudare. Poi il servizio brasiliano inizia a trovare gli angoli giusti sul campo azzurro. Un muro di Wallace su Zaytsev fa impattare i padroni di casa, Lipe in attacco e proprio dai 9 metri (2 ace) porta il Brasile sull'11-14. Entra Antonov per Lanza. Si torna a giocare punto a punto con Wallace punto di riferimento di Bruno e Felipe ancora di salvezza in posto 4 (6 su 8 sin qui): 19-20. Ci tiene in linea di galleggiamento Birarelli. L'Italia, che non riesce ad esprimere gioco, si trova comunque avanti con Zaytsev, attacco e ace: 21-20, 22-21. Bruno va al servizio e Wallace riporta avanti il Brasile: 22-24. L'Italia esce dal turno di battuta del regista campione d'Italia e con un muro di Juantorena su Lucarelli si porta sul 25-24. Si contano due set ball azzurri, ma alla fine è un attimo quello che consegna il parziale agli uomini di Bernardinho: una battuta sbagliata di Giannelli, una murata su Zaytsev e un ace su Lanza. 26-28, 0-2.

Il Brasile non è assolutamente un caterpillar. Basta davvero poco per restare attaccati al match: 8-7. Ma continuiamo a non dare continuità. Lo "Zar" non trova la battuta, Giannelli ha poche varianti di gioco con la ricezione azzurra che non lo aiuta per nulla. Brasile che torna un break avanti: 11-13, Italia costretta a inseguire. Lanza non è in partita, Giannelli in confusione, prima sbaglia l'intesa con Birarelli, poi compie fallo di palleggio: 18-19. Inseguiamo, senza trovare modo di arginare il Brasile. Wallace conquista il 23-24. Zaytsev annulla il primo match ball. Lucas si conquista il secondo. Lo chiude Felipe a muro sullo Zaytsev.

L'ultimo ad ammainare la bandiera.




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source:volleyball.it

Team USA




source:fivb.com

USA and RUSSIA

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 21, 2016 – The United States pulled off a sensational comeback from a 0-2 deficit to claim the bronze medal of the men’s volleyball tournament at Rio 2016 with a 3-2 (23-25, 21-25, 25-19, 25-19, 15-13) victory over Russia on Sunday morning at Maracanazinho.

It was the fifth men’s volleyball medal, second bronze to go with three gold medals, for the USA side in the Olympic Games. Reigning champions Russia, the most decorated team in history, were left out of the podium for the first time since Atlanta 1996.

The Americans improved from their fifth place in London after winning their third gold medal in Beijing. They also won the Olympic title in Los Angeles and Seoul before descending to third place in Barcelona.


Matt Anderson and Reid Priddy, who came off the bench late the first set to replace Aaron Russell, were the top scorers for the winners with 21 and 18 points, respectively. Taylor Sander, Maxwell Holt and David Lee also finished with double figures for the winners with 17, 13 and 11, respectively.

Kostyantyn Bakun, Egor Kliuka and Artem Volvich finished with 14 points each for Russia. Alexander Volkov and Sergey Tetyukhin had 10 and 9, respectively, in the loss.

The winners outscored the defeated side 72-52 in attacks to make up for their high number of 32 errors compared to 21 by the Russians. They also led in aces 8-5 with the losers dominating in the blocking category 12-8.


Tetyukhin carried Russia to an 11-8 advantage in the first set with spike and ace around a kill by Kliuka. One big block by Grankin against Sander extended the gap to 15-10. USA kept climbing back and narrowed the distance to just one point 24-23 after a monster ace by Holt. In next play, Tetyukhin drove Russia home with a laser shot.

Russia erased a three-point deficit with a streak capped by the third block of Volvich in the match to tie the score at 9-all. Both teams were showing superb blocking to keep the score leveled. Russia took the lead 15-13 but USA bounced back to tie at 17-all. Spikes by Bakun and Kliuka around another block by Volvich gave Russia a 20-17 advantage. The third set finished 25-21 despite a late effort from Sander.

USA got a two-point lead at 12-10 in the third set following spike by Lee and a fault by Tetyukhin. Holt and Priddy parlayed good offensive efforts widening the margin to 18-14. The Americans closed the actions 25-19 after Anderson and Christenson combined spike and ace.

Anderson and Priddy were responsible for the 9-6 USA advantage in the fourth set with excellent efforts at the net and from the service line. Priddy continued hammering spikes to provide a five-point cushion at 17-12. USA forced a tie-breaker with Lee closing the set 25-19 with a big kill down the middle.


Russia took the lead 5-3 with consecutive attacks y Volkov and Bakun but USA tied at 6-all via opponent errors. Teams traded sides with Russia leading 8-7 when Christenson crashed his serve into the net. Priddy gave USA a 10-9 lead and Lee blocked Tetyukhin for a two-point margin. Anderson landed an ace for a 13-10 score. USA held off a Russian reaction to claim the set 15-13 with a spike by Anderson.



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From four until late
I was wringing my hands and crying
From four until late
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From four until late
She made me a no-good barroom clown
From four until late
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You know, she won't do nothing
But tear a good man's reputation down
A woman is like a dresser
Some man always running through its drawers
A woman is like a dresser
Some man always running through its drawers
She cause so many men
To wear an apron overall

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When I leave this town
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source:indianexpress.com

Estelle Mossely, Yin Junhua, Mira Potkonen and Anastasia Belyakova

Estelle Mossely est ce qu’on appelle une « winneuse ». Un terme employé en sport comme dans le monde professionnel et qui lui colle parfaitement à la peau, puisque la jeune Française réussit tout ce qu’elle entreprend. Déjà sacrée championne du monde en mai dernier, elle est devenue, ce vendredi, le jour de ses 24 ans, championne olympique dans la catégorie des moins de 60kg. Un titre qu’elle est allée chercher à la force des poings mais aussi…des neurones. Car la native de Créteil n’est pas qu’une cogneuse, capable d’étouffer en finale la Chinoise Yin Junua. Sa boxe, elle la pense, la réfléchit, la calcule.



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source:yahoo.fr


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by: Reuters



France’s Estelle Mossely celebrated her 24th birthday in style on Friday after coming from behind to win the women’s Olympic lightweight gold medal.

On a day of double delight, she had earlier watched boyfriend Tony Yoka set himself up for a shot at gold in the same ring by punching through to Sunday’s super-heavyweight final.

Yin Junhua, beaten on a split decision after the four rounds had ended with the women level on the three judges’ scorecards, took the silver for China’s first medal of the boxing competition.

Losing semi-finalists Mira Potkonen of Finland, a 35-year-old mother of two, and Anastasia Belyakova of Russia took bronze medals.

“It’s a beautiful birthday present,” said Mossely. “A present that rewards all those years of sacrifice, those years of intense, hard training while also studying and working.”

With Yoka fancying his chances against Britain’s Joe Joyce in his final, there is every chance of France hailing a new golden couple.

“It would be magical for both of us to return home with gold. My half of the deal has been done. Now he has to do the other half,” she said. “All I can say to him is to do his best and have no regrets.”

The medal was France’s first in women’s boxing, which was introduced in London four years ago, and the country’s first Olympic gold in the ring since light-flyweight Brahim Asloum at the 2000 Sydney Games.

With Yoka watching, the two women made a cagey start and Mossely ended the first round behind the Chinese 10-9 10-9 10-9.

She began to turn things around in the second, but only just, and knew that much more was needed. A strong third round sent her into the final two minutes with all to play for and her fighting spirits up.

It still came down to a knife-edge decision, with Mossely admitting she was praying at the finish that she had done enough.

The final scores showed the Ecuadorean judge had scored the fight 39-37 for Yin, with the Puerto Rican’s tally tied 38-38 and the Cuban judge’s score tilted 39-37 to Mossely. The decisive vote went to the Frenchwoman.

“I knew it was very close,” she said. “I knew from team mates in the crowd that I had lost the first and second rounds. But there was half the fight to go and if I won the other two I could do it.

“I landed more punches and showed how much I wanted to become Olympic champion. I gave everything I had.”

Ireland’s Katie Taylor, the 2012 gold medallist, relinquished her title when she was beaten in the quarter-finals by Potkonen who was then defeated by Yin.



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source:indianexpress.com

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Water Polo by Joshua Schneyer (reuters)

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Croatia remain on course for back-to-back golds after defeating Montenegro 12-8 in the first men's water polo semi-final to clinch a spot in Saturday's gold-medal match.

In a hard-fought match notable for aggressive grappling close to the goals, the Olympic title-holders' win owed much to deft goalkeeping, and an almost impregnable defence.

Goalkeeper Marko Bijak made several crucial blocks to deny Montenegro's prolific shooters, saving 10 of 18 shots on goal.

Though Croatia's attack took fewer shots, they were more often on the money. Croatia's Andro Buslje scored four times -- an 80 percent success rate.

Montenegro's goalkeepers, by contrast, saved only two of 14 shots during the match.

"It's always the most important part of the game," Croatian goalkeeper Bijak said of his team's superior defences on Thursday. "(Montenegro) have a few very good shooters."

The victory takes Croatia within one win of retaining the title they won in London in 2012 and becoming just the fourth team in the 116-year Olympic history of the sport to win back-to-back gold medals.

Only Great Britain, Hungary and the former Yugoslavia - of which Croatia formed a part - have accomplished the feat.

Montenegro's defeat denies them the chance to fulfil their dream of playing for Olympic gold for the first time as an independent team.

They were narrowly denied a podium spot at the last two Games, finishing fourth each time. Their last medal was a silver in Athens in 2004, when the combined Serbia-Montenegro team fell in the final to Hungary.

Montenegro knocked Hungary, the most successful water polo team in Olympic history, out of medal contention in Rio, beating them 13-11 in Tuesday's quarter-finals.

In Saturday's final, Croatia will meet the winner of Serbia and Italy, who face off later on Thursday.

Though the Serbian side got a slow start in the Rio tournament - with two draws, a loss and two wins during the group phase - they looked far more authorititative in their 10-7 quarter-final victory over Spain earlier this week.

Serbia, who in January added the European championship to the world title they won last year, are aiming to win their first Olympic gold medal as an independent team.

Water polo is among the most popular sports in countries of the former Yugoslavia. Serbian coach Dejan Savic has said that his team faces considerable pressure to win in Rio, telling reporters before Games match play began that the media back home "are waiting to cut the head off our team if we don't win the gold". He added: "We have won everything else, now we want this."

Serbia must first get past Italy, a team that has won four of their six matches so far and whose goalkeeper Stefano Tempesti impressed in their 9-5 quarter-final victory over Greece.


source:Reporting By Joshua Schneyer,; Editing by Neville Dalton/uk.sports.yahoo.com