Schumacher embraced opportunity at Silverstone to 'learn' from Vettel

Sebastian Vettel’s pain in the British Grand Prix was Mick Schumacher’s gain in the first half of the race as the Haas rookie sought to learn from his mentor while running behind the Aston Martin driver. A wheel-to-wheel battle for sixth position between Vettel and Alpine’s Fernando Alonso on the opening lap after the race’s restart ended with a spin for the four-time world champion at Luffield. It was a costly mishap for Vettel who was engulfed by the field and forced to chase from behind. The Aston Martin driver…

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Five-Time Paralympian Shooter Naresh Kumar Sharma Moves Delhi HC Against PCI For Paralympics Participation

Five-time Paralympian (Rifle Shooter) Naresh Kumar Sharma has knocked on the doors of the Delhi High Court seeking direction to the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) to include his name in the list of selected shooters for Tokyo Paralympics in the R7 event. The plea stated that the members of the Selection Committee of PCI of Dr. Deepa Malik, President PCI, Mr. Kavinder Choudhary, Vice president PCI, Mr. Deepak Sharma, and Mr. Subhash Rana on 08.07.2021 selected the shooters for participation at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. The said Selection Committee of…

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UEFA Euro 2020: Italy “Dominated” England In Euro 2020 Final, Says Coach Roberto Mancini

Italy coach Roberto Mancini hailed his side’s performance and said Italy “dominated” England after conceding an early goal at Wembley on Sunday to win the Euro 2020 final. “We did well. We conceded a goal straight away and struggled, but then we dominated the game,” Mancini told RAI Sport following the 3-2 win on penalties after the match ended 1-1 after extra time. “The lads were wonderful, I don’t know what more to say. It’s important for all the people and all the fans. “I hope they’re celebrating…

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Wimbledon 2021: Nervous Matteo Berrettini Watches Girlfriend Ajla Tomljanovic At Wimbledon. Watch

Wimbledon, the oldest and the most prestigious tennis tournament, is currently underway. When you take part in The Championships, it can give you moments of extreme excitement as well as nervousness. It can’t be denied, though, that sometimes watching a game leaves you more anxious than being on the court and defeating your opponent. On July 6, the official handle of Wimbledon shared a video from the Round of 16 game between Australia’s Ajla Tomljanovic and Britain’s Emma Raducanu. In the stands was Ajla’s boyfriend Matteo Berrettini, a professional tennis…

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Umesh Yadav shines as India bowl out County XI despite Haseeb Hameed ton

Young opener Haseeb Hameed celebrated his Test recall with a gritty hundred even as Umesh Yadav bowled a few incisive spells and was largely responsible in India bowling Select County XI out for 220 on the second day of the warm-up first-class game. Coming back into the England squad after nearly five years, right-handed opener Hameed lived up to his reputation of being called “Baby Boycs” for his dogged defensive game like former great Geoffrey Boycott with knock of 112 off 246 balls. His innings had 13 boundaries. For India,…

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Watch Live: Seattle Kraken expansion draft with Steve Dangle, Jesse Blake

The Seattle Kraken roster is finally taking shape as the NHL’s newest franchise will be announcing all 30 players they’ve selected in the expansion draft on Wednesday night. While there are a ton of rumours and reports as to whose names will be called tonight, here’s what you can expect: 14 forwards, nine defencemen, 3 goalies and two massive hockey fans reacting to all of it. Watch all the drama unfold live along with Steve Dangle and Jesse Blake on Sportsnet’s YouTube page at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m.…

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Sebastian Vettel: You could say I am a hypocrite, but…

Sebastian Vettel understands why he may be seen as a “hypocrite” for promoting environmental awareness, but “forbidding” is not the answer. The four-time former World Champion is becoming increasingly active in initiatives which look to tackle environmental issues, recently helping to build a bee hotel in Austria with schoolchildren during his free time between the Styrian and Austrian GPs, as well as getting involved in litter picking after the British Grand Prix. And right at the start of the 2021 season he inspired a flypast at the Bahrain Grand Prix…

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Ownership impasse prompts clashes between rival East Bengal factions

Two factions of East Bengal supporters clashed with each other in front of the club tent on Wednesday. Three persons got injured and were hospitalised, while police arrested 16 people for flouting Covid norms. As the pre-arranged fan protest turned ugly, former players and administrators called it “a sad day” for the century-old club. Mounted police intervened and a lathi-charge had to be initiated to disperse an angry mob of over 500 who ignored Covid guidelines and demanded resignation of club officials over the ongoing investor-related impasse. The dissidents were…

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Reading The Game With Miguel Delaney: The Independent’s chief football writer launches weekly newsletter

The football world moves fast. Maybe faster than ever. That was best illustrated with the story of the year, the dramatic rise and collapse of the Super League. It threatened to change the game, before it all changed in the space of two days. An issue is that it can be difficult to keep track of everything, to filter what’s actually important from what makes the headlines. The cycle has never been more relentless. With that in mind, I’m going to try and add a bit of ‘pause’ to the…

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