Lighter, Faster, Stronger Running Gear for Summer – Women’s Running

If you’re training for a personal record or just don’t want to feel weighed down by your running gear this season, we tried products you’ll love. Whether you have plans to race or just want to feel good on each and every run, we rounded up this season’s most innovative products that will keep you blazing through your goals this summer. Trust us: These 15 all-stars are top-notch training partners that won’t disappoint when you are looking for lighter running gear. ASICS METARUN JACKET Designed to adapt to your movements…

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XFL reveals names, logos for its eight teams

12:50 PM ET Kevin SeifertNFL Nation Close ESPN.com national NFL writer ESPN.com NFC North reporter, 2008-2013 Covered Vikings for Minneapolis Star Tribune, 1999-2008 The XFL revealed the names and logos for its eight teams Wednesday, a long-awaited step toward its February 2020 debut. The names will be: Dallas Renegades Houston Roughnecks Los Angeles Wildcats New York Guardians St. Louis Battlehawks Seattle Dragons Tampa Bay Vipers Washington Defenders Squad. #XFLTeams pic.twitter.com/Og4yKW07c4 — XFL (@xfl2020) August 21, 2019 The XFL has spent the past two years determining team locations, signing stadium agreements…

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Ray Lewis, Lamar Odom to compete on DWTS

Hall of Fame middle linebacker Ray Lewis will prove whether he has more moves than his signature pregame dance. Lewis will be among the 12 celebrities competing on the 28th season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” it was announced Wednesday. The only other professional athlete on this season’s show is Lamar Odom, a two-time NBA champion. .@raylewis is putting his cleats down and his dancing shoes on for @DancingABC!#DWTS#DancingOnGMAhttps://t.co/iiWtUzxXl2 pic.twitter.com/6q0DnjerAR — Good Morning America (@GMA) August 21, 2019 Throughout his 17-year career, Lewis was known for coming out of…

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Conway, who exposed NHLPA corruption, dies

LAWRENCE, Mass. — Russ Conway, a hockey writer who was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1992 for his stories about corruption in the NHL Players Association that helped bring down union head Alan Eagleson, has died. He was 70. His death was reported by the Eagle-Tribune of Lawrence, Massachusetts, where he started at the age of 18 and later served as sports editor. A longtime Boston Bruins beat writer, Conway published a series of articles that exposed Eagleson’s lucrative conflicts of interest as the union boss, player agent and organizer…

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