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first_imgChinese state-backed hackers have also been targeting vaccine-makers, the US government said in July while announcing criminal charges.Microsoft said most of the targets — located in Canada, France, India, South Korea and the United States — were “directly involved in researching vaccines and treatments for COVID-19.” It did not name the targets but said most had vaccine candidates in various stages of clinical trials.The company identified one of the state-backed hacker groups as Fancy Bear, the Russian military agents who Britain’s National Cyber Security Center said in July were behind such intrusion attempts. Two others were North Korea’s Lazarus Group and a group Microsoft calls Cerium.- Advertisement – Microsoft said it has detected attempts by state-backed Russian and North Korean hackers to steal valuable data from leading pharmaceutical companies and vaccine researchers.It said in a blog post Friday that most of the attacks in recent months were unsuccessful, but provided no information on how many succeeded or how serious those breaches were.- Advertisement – At the same time, coronavirus cases are surging. In the US, deaths per day have soared more than 40 percent over the past two weeks to an average of more than 1,100, the highest level in three months.Which is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. – Advertisement – Most of the break-in efforts involved attempts to steal the login credentials of people associated with the targeted organisations. The Lazarus Group posed as job recruiters while Cerium targeted spear-phishing emails that masqueraded as missives from World Health Organization representatives, Microsoft said.The blog post coincided with an appearance by Microsoft president Brad Smith at an international forum calling on nations to protect health care facilities from cyberattacks. This year, the Paris Peace Forum is taking place online.Optimism about a COVID-19 vaccine has grown since pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced earlier this week that preliminary data showed its vaccine to be 90 percent effective.- Advertisement –last_img read more


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first_imgFor instance, players’ representative on the board of the Nigeria Tennis Federation (NTF), Abdulmumuni Babalola is threatening not to let go as  nothing will stop him from lifting the 2019 Central Bank Senior Tennis trophy.Besides, other top stars also eyeing the mouth-watering prize money include, Imeh Joseph, Clifford Enosoregbe, Christian Paul, Sunday Maku and Michael Michael. Not forgetting Henry Atseye, John Otu, Shehu Lawal and Sunday Igbinovia  among othersJust as it is with the men, category, the women’ singles is not going be anything different  considering  the type of opposition expected  from Charity Agugbom, Blessing Samuel, Aanu Aiyegbusi,  Ronke Akingbade, Blessing Anuna, Margaret Oladunjoye and junior sensation, Oyinlomo Quadri amongst others.Secretary General of the Nigeria Tennis Federation, Mariam Akande, however revealed yesterday that a total of seven players (4 men and 3 women) were granted wild card entry to feature in the Main Draw.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram With the qualifying series of the 41st Central Bank of Nigeria Senior Tennis Tournament concluded yesterday real action will commence in the Main Draw chat round of 64 today.Though the championship is being observed in men and women singles, men and women doubles and the wheelchair categories, the main focus is the men’s singles  and women’s singles events where the main attraction is the  star prize  money of N700,000 at stake for each category.The defending champions, Sylvester Emmanuel and Sarah Adegoke   are expected to fight with their last breath if they must  retain their titles.last_img read more


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first_imgJunior forward Jon Leuer, a Minnesota native, is expected to return from a wrist injury Thursday against the Gophers at Williams Arena.[/media-credit]A year ago, then-No. 17 Minnesota won at the Kohl Center for the first time in 17 years. The overtime loss was the second of six in a row and a devastating one for Wisconsin, which had led by as many as 14 points with 14:08 remaining in regulation.Seven weeks later, Wisconsin lost once more at Minnesota despite again leading with only two minutes remaining in that crucial early March matchup.Combine last year’s series sweep with four Minnesota natives on the Badgers’ roster — Jared Berggren (Princeton), Mike Bruesewitz (St. Paul), Jon Leuer (Orono) and Jordan Taylor (Bloomington) — and Thursday’s matchup with the Gophers is one several UW athletes have been anticipating since the schedule was released.“It’s always fun to go play at Williams Arena,” Taylor said of the game. “It’s always incentive when you get to play in front of your friends and family. But either way, we have to just go and play the way we play.”Last season, guard Lawrence Westbrook led the Gophers in each of the team’s two meetings, scoring 29 points — including a game-tying three at the end of regulation — at the Kohl Center in Minnesota’s Jan. 15, 2009 upset of UW.Westbrook, a senior, continues to lead the way for Minnesota, averaging 13.4 points per game while also averaging 2.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per contest. Two other Gopher upperclassmen, guard Blake Hoffarber and forward Damian Johnson also average double-digit points, putting up 11.6 and 10.0 points per game, respectively.Wisconsin’s biggest challenge against UM will be the length of the Gophers, which is similar to that of Illinois, a team the Badgers lost to last week at home.“I look back at the games that we played last year, and boy, just some of the things they can do with the passing lanes — and especially for us with out lineup — it can make a difference,” UW head coach Bo Ryan said Monday in his weekly press conference. “But I thought up there we played them pretty tough.”If his return to practice Monday is any indication, the return of junior forward Jon Leuer from injury should give Wisconsin a significant boost as they travel to Minneapolis. Leuer practiced for the first time after fracturing a bone in his left wrist on Jan. 9 and is expected to return to game action Thursday, 40 days to the date of the injury.Leuer, who averages 6.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game, should be able to use his size to help the Badgers inside on both ends, an area in which UW has struggled in his absence.“However he can get back in and contribute, he’s more than willing to do so,” senior guard Jason Bohannon said of Leuer. “When you get him back like that and having him to take the pressure off the guards, and having him to take the big guy out of the paint because he’s hitting open threes — that’s really tough on a defense.”As Bohannon mentioned, he along with Taylor and senior guard Trevon Hughes should figure to be able to penetrate more easily with Leuer drawing defenders out of the lane while also getting more open shots if he establishes a strong post presence.Considering all three have shown an ability to lead the team in scoring as well, the addition of Leuer’s 15.4 points per game average should boost the offense back to as strong or stronger than it was before the injury suffered by the native of Orono, Minn.In addition to the next game being his first back, Leuer’s home is less than 30 minutes from Williams Arena, which should result in a number of family and friends making the short trip east to see how well he’ll bounce back from his injury.Leuer insists, though, it was not a planned thing.“It was just a coincidence that, being from Minnesota, and we’re going to Minnesota,” Leuer said. “I’ll have some family there and it will be nice to see them, but it really had no bearing on whether I was going to be back or not.“The only thing that we were worried about is if I was going to be healthy. We didn’t want to have any doubts going into it, and we don’t now.”last_img read more


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first_imgBlaylock sets the tone for the Bruins on defense, leading the team in tackles and forced fumbles. His ability to make plays in both the run and short passing game is a huge boost for the Bruins, but mistakes like blown tackles are a consistent issue for him. What version of Blaylock shows up Saturday will have a lot to do with how well UCLA counters freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis and the USC passing attack.  A big part of that collapse came because of an offensive line that couldn’t protect its quarterback. The Bruins gave up five sacks, and it was clear that Thompson-Robinson was rattled most of the night. UCLA can’t rely solely on Kelley and Thompson-Robinson to carry it; it needs strong outings from other weapons to get going.  Kelley’s ability to produce at such a high level creates opportunities for sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Thompson-Robinson seems far more comfortable in this offense than he did last season, and it has shown in his ability to create big plays through the air. Take a look at the rest of our collaboration with The Daily Bruin: We don’t talk enough about Dorian Thompson-Robinson pic.twitter.com/ZD0A3hDeTZ— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) November 17, 2019 Weakness: Turnovers, converting on third down X Factors: Redshirt junior running back Demetric Felton, redshirt freshman wide receiver Kyle Philips Here’s Darnay Holmes running 1st Round pick N’Keal Harry’s route for him.And then subsequently taking it to the house. pic.twitter.com/K0XmbkzkDL— Carter Donnick (@CDonnick3) June 20, 2019 Unfortunately for the Bruins, the sophomore has struggled mightily with ball protection. Thompson-Robinson has thrown 10 picks on the year, and he’s fumbled the football 10 times. Over the Bruins’ recent three-game win streak, it seemed that he and the team had improved in that regard, but last week’s matchup against Utah showed that progress to be little more than a mirage.  The Bruins turned the ball over five times — four courtesy of their quarterback — and were reduced to a smoking husk of themselves for the duration of the contest, held to a pitiful 3 points. Run-pass percentage: 53.9% run, 46.1% pass Explosive plays are the calling card of this Bruin offense, and Thompson-Robinson’s deep ball makes that possible. When comfortable, he can hurl bombs.  Strength: Splash plays UCLA sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has struggled with turnovers this season. ( Liz Ketcham / Daily Bruin ) For almost a month, it looked like the UCLA offense might be the best in the Pac-12. After a 1-5 start to the season, the Bruins appeared to have righted the ship, rattling off three straight double-digit wins against Pac-12 opponents on the back of the conference’s most productive offense. UCLA Offense Base offense: Pro-style with a dash of pistolcenter_img The Bruins are liable to get torched in the secondary, and their pass rush is no serious threat either. It’s likely that their recent defensive “success” was a result of the poor offensive opponents. After all, this is the same unit that gave up 63 points to Washington State only seven games ago. One way or another, UCLA will have its hands full this week with Slovis and the Trojan offense coming off of a dominant 462-yard, five-touchdown performance against Cal. Weakness: Most things Head coach Chip Kelly has been willing to embrace a run-first philosophy, as evidenced by UCLA’s run-pass ratio in a conference where traditional pro-style stalwarts like USC have shifted to newer Air Raid systems.  He’s also improved at making short-area reads, something he struggled with early in his career. He has a handsome 17 touchdowns to go with 2,056 passing yards so far; he’ll likely end the season nearly doubling his output from last year.  UCLA Defense Redshirt senior running back Joshua Kelley has been a force this year, rushing for 939 yards and 10 touchdowns so far. The Trojans shouldn’t need to look at the stat sheet to know what he can do — last year, he dropped 289 yards and two touchdowns on them as he led the Bruins past USC for the first time in four years. Kelley is a patient runner — he needs to be, given UCLA’s unreliable offensive line.  The Bruins have plenty of talent on that side of the ball, which makes it possible for the defense to play better than its ranking at times. Senior linebackers Krys Barnes and Lokeni Toailoa are both adept at playing the run, and junior cornerback Darnay Holmes is an athletic marvel.  Redshirt freshman wide receiver Kyle Philips is a capable threat on the outside, leading the team with five receiving scores. Redshirt junior Demetric Felton is as good of a multi-purpose running back as there is in the Pac-12, evidenced by his 807 scrimmage yards. Both will need to get involved in a critical game for an offense that needs to rediscover its identity. This is not a good defense. UCLA allows an average of 33.7 points per game — “good” for 100th in the country — and gives up an abysmal 442 passing yards per game. Strength: Explosive plays Base defense: 3-4 with a lot of nickel X Factor: Sophomore safety Stephan Blaylock Over that three-game stretch, UCLA averaged 36 points per game. In fact, in the team’s last six games before Saturday’s blowout loss to Utah, the Bruins posted a remarkably healthy 478 yards per game. They generated that offense in balanced fashion, averaging 261 yards through the air and 217 on the ground.  Though the Bruins allow a respectable 143.6 yards per game on the ground, there’s no area where they consistently find success as a unit. Their outing against Stanford was the group’s best; the Bruins allowed only 16 points and 198 yards on the night in a stifling performance.  Blitz tendency: Mediumlast_img read more


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first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down Small Town Boy · 278 weeks ago Well done, ladies! Report Reply 0 replies · active 278 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Honored SRMC Auxiliary members.Submitted to Sumner Newscow — The Sumner Regional Medical Center Auxiliary held a luncheon Monday in honor of National Volunteer Week. President and CEO Leonard Hernandez and Auxiliary President Nancy McNett awarded individual “Pink Ladies” with their service pins for the amount of hours worked in 2014.All volunteers worked 4,029.5 hours total in 2015 and 223,760 hours since 1971.Pictured above are:Elva Gallemore, Betty Popplewell, Nance McNett, Sharon Johnson, Alice Fox and Hernandez. Dixie Blankenship who worked 500.25 hours and Karen Ramey who worked 3,508.5 hours were not pictured.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more


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first_imgWhat is Phase 2?If Phase 2 is necessary, it will occur after the eight teams are eliminated and before the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and will only include the eight teams eliminated to determine whichever top-3 seeds needed to be selected.Once the top three seeds are established, the remaining slots will be assigned to the 12 teams that did not win a draw in inverse order of their points percentages at the time of the season’s pause.In this phase, all eight teams will have the same 12.5 percent odds. The 2019-20 NHL season going on pause back on March 12 brought the uncertainty of what it would mean for the 2020 NHL Draft and the lottery.While the timing for the NHL Draft is still technically to be determined — as it’ll be after the pushed-back start of Stanley Cup playoffs  — the date and format for the lottery were announced by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. And the format … it’s a doozy. With unprecedented times comes an unprecedented draft lottery regarding the order of selection of the next generation of NHL talent. “One of the things that went into the decision to create a new lottery system was for the advantage of the seven clubs who aren’t resuming play…that they have the ability to engage with their fan base on something during that long pause between games,” said NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly on a call with reporters Tuesday. “We thought the draft lottery was a way to create excitement, create a way for those teams to engage with their fan base, get some certainty early on and not going into kind of a long slumber of creating waves and buzz over the summertime.”NHL DRAFT 2020: SN’s latest mock | Central Scouting’s final rankingsWhat we do know is that the only officially postseason-eliminated team, the Detroit Red Wings still have the best chance of winning the top pick, and that pick is expected to be Alexis Lafreniere.The Rimouski Oceanic and Hockey Canada star has been the consensus No. 1 pick for months, if not years, and should be suiting up in 2020-21. The only question is for whom.There’s a lot to unpack for the lottery, but Sporting News has all of the info to get you primed and ready for where your team could be drafting come the fall.How does the NHL Draft Lottery work in 2020?PhasesThe NHL announced that the lottery could happen in two phases, depending on how Phase 1 goes.In the first phase, there will be three draws involving 15 teams — technically. The seven teams that do not make the Round Robin or Qualifying Round will automatically be entered into the lottery. To fill out the remaining eight teams, because it’ll be done before games are played, they’ll be listed Teams A-H.There will then be three draws, in order, for the first-overall pick, second-overall pick and third-overall pick.So, here’s when it gets a little tricky.If those three picks include any of the Teams A-H, there will be a Phase 2. If none of the top three picks are Teams A-H, there will not be a Phase 2. What happens when all three picks are won by Teams 1-7?So, if things play out properly where three of the seven worst teams garner the top three picks, the remaining four teams in the seven-team group will be slotted 4-7 based on points percentage at the time of the regular-season pause.Then, positions 8-15 will be assigned to the eight teams that do not advance from the Qualifying Round, in inverse order of their points percentage at the time of the regular-season pause.Stanley Cup playoffs: Everything we know about the NHL’s potential resumptionWhat time does the 2020 NHL Draft lottery start?Date: Friday, June 26Time: 8 p.m. ET | 5 p.m. PTTV channel: NBCSN (U.S.) | Sportsnet (Canada)Phase 1 of the NHL Draft lottery drawing will take place at 8 p.m. ET on June 26. NBC Sports will broadcast the drawing live in the United States followed by a half-hour special NHL Live. For viewers in Canada, the drawing can be seen on Sportsnet.2020 NHL Draft lottery oddsTEAMPTS. PCT.ODDS1. Detroit Red Wings.27518.5%2. Ottawa Senators.43713.53. Ottawa Senators (via SJS).43711.54. Los Angeles Kings.4579.55. Anaheim Ducks.4728.5 6. New Jersey Devils.493*7.57. Buffalo Sabres.493*6.58. Team An/a6.09. Team Bn/a5.010. Team Cn/a3.511. Team Dn/a3.012. Team En/a2.513. Team Fn/a2.014. Team Gn/a1.515. Team Hn/a1.0*Buffalo Sabres ranked higher than New Jersey Devils on the basis of higher regulation/OT win percentage (Buffalo, .406 ROW%; New Jersey, .348 ROW%)NHL 2019-20 regular season: Bruins, Pastrnak, Ovechkin, Draisaitl and morelast_img read more


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first_imgPhoto: REUTERS Dan Carter has helped the Crusaders make the French top 14 semifinals. Carter, who won the French title with Racing last year, kicked seven points in the 22-13 victory on Sunday (NZ Time) to propel his Paris club into the semifinals.Former All Blacks wing Joe Rokocoko scored one of Racing’s three tries as the defending champions ended former Springboks World Cup winning coach Jake White’s tenure at Montpellier.Racing fielded four ex-All Blacks – Carter, Rokocoko, Casey Laulala and Chris Masoe – with a fifth Kiwi, Ben Tameifuna in the front row.Racing survived an early injury to wing Juan Imhoff with his replacement, Teddy Thomas, and Leone Nakarawa scoring first half tries for a 14-10 halftime lead.Francois Steyn – one of six South Africans in Montpellier’s starting lineup – was yellow carded early in the second half but the home side cut the deficit to one point through Demetri Catrakilis’ second penalty of the game.Rokocoko struck the decisive blow with a 75th minute, with Carter missing the conversion.But Racing held on for a deserved win with Montpellier reduced to 14 men for the final few minutes after Springbok prop Jannie du Plessis was sent off for punching a Racing rival. Racing will play second-ranked Clermont Auvergne in next Sunday’s semifinals while Ma’a Nonu’s Toulon will face former All Blacks and Hurricanes Team-mates Victor Vito and Jason Eaton’s La Rochelle on Saturday.Toulon beat Castres 26-22 in the playoffs last Saturday after a try, two conversions and four penalties to Wales and British and Irish Lions fullback Leigh Halfpenny.Castres, who fielded former Blues wing David Smith, could only manage a penalty try and five penalties to Benjamin Urdapilleta.last_img read more


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first_imgAnsu Fati, Riqui Puig or Álex Collado (by the way the author of the best goal of the season in the Second Division B according to the FEF), players who next season must be part of the first team according to the plan of the technical secretariat and Bartomeu himself , who wants more quarry, will have risen this Friday with an unpleasant surprise. For the second time in the same week, Setién has sent an absolutely discouraging message to La Masia. This Wednesday, on TV3, the Cantabrian had asked himself the rhetorical question: “What do we want, quarry or advance?”, Implying that the main thing at Barça was the results and that there was no time for the tests. This Thursday in El Larguero de la SER, he insisted on his slam: “I have not been completely convinced (the players of the subsidiary) to play more than they have done. We are training with all those who we believe can give that happened but we have not found the opportunity to fit them. “In his presentation as coach of Barça, Setién had announced special attention to the quarry. He even did because he was seen at the Estadi Johan Cruyff watching Barça B matches. In his first training, he gave Riqui Puig a hug that the club’s official photographer captured and disclosed on social networks. And he even made him play 20 minutes in his debut against Granada and 71 in Ibiza in the round of 32 of the Copa del Rey. Since then, Riqui Puig only played three minutes. Not to mention Collado or Ansu Fati himself, who as soon as Martin Braithwaite arrived has disappeared from the lineups. Setien insisted on the day of his arrival that he did not shake his pulse to get boys from the quarry if the veterans relaxed and that he had already demonstrated it in other clubs (“if they push and earn it, they can play in the first team”). But, despite having a short squad, he soon understood that Barça is something else. That the statuses must be respected and that there are roles that cannot be touched if the locker room ecosystem is to be controlled. Setien, then, has embraced the sacred cows. Of course, Messi (“we’ll see if he can count on me for the next season,” he joked in El Larguero), Busquets (“like Del Bosque, I’d be reincarnated in him, you’d be surprised by the physical records”). And if it was necessary, he has changed his concept of players to those he identified with chaos. Where Riqui Puig has played 22 minutes since the Cantabrian landed, Vidal has participated in 354 minutes. For now, Setién has intentionally knocked a door on La Masia. Do not believe in the quarry as a short-term remedy.last_img read more


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first_imgIt has been a long road back for former world 100m champion Yohan Blake, who continues to lay the blocks for his comeback after two serious injuries in as many years derailed his career.Blake, the second-fastest man in history in both the 100m (9.69) and 200m (19.26), suffered a hamstring injury in 2013, forcing him to miss the chance of defending his title at the World Championships that year. He suffered yet another injury a few months later, sending him back on the shelf after a brief return.This time around, Blake, confident that he will eventually get back to his best, says he is exercising much more patience, competing at smaller meets, developing assurance, as he looks to take his conditioning up a few levels before the end of the season.Blake, who recently posted an encouraging season best of 10.12 (the fastest time ever run on Irish soil) in testing conditions at a meet in Dublin, Ireland, will today compete at the Dutch Championships.”I don’t have any doubts in my talent. There is no doubt, I am always confident in my ability,” Blake underlined. “During this comeback, I now know that I have to be patient because injuries take time to heal, and I have to do work to get the muscles strong again, so I have to be really patient with this,” said Blake, who also spoke about his run a week ago.”It was really a good experience running in Ireland. It was my first time competing there. It wasn’t great weather, but I still enjoyed it, and to become the fastest man to ever run in Ireland is really good,” Blake told The Gleaner.REGAINEDCONFIDENCE”Running at these small meets helps me to regain my confidence and also gives me a sense of where I am going because to start back at a high level is not easy, so it’s important to build myself up. This run in Ireland was worthwhile and the same for other smaller meets. This run in Ireland tells me that I am closer to where I want to be. It could have been better, but I am thankful,” Blake added.The 25-year-old competed at the National Senior Champion-ships but failed to make it to the final, missing a spot on Jamaica’s team to next month’s World Championships. While admitting that he was disappointed, Blake is certain his two runs there have not gone to waste.”We are humans, but I wasn’t that disappointed knowing how my training was going and everything, especially knowing I was just coming back. In my camp, the expectation wasn’t that high because they knew where I was, but to get in the runs was really good for me. Overall, everything is falling into place and I just have to take my time and work towards better things,” said Blake, while sharing his struggles in coming back from the injury.”The toughest thing about coming back has been the mental part of it. Knowing that the body has healed but in the back of your mind it was to overcome that you could go out there and perform and not be afraid to run fast,” Blake said.last_img read more