Now Jones High has its own shimmer. Williams is taking the program to new levels. He’s even scheduled a huge out of state game this year at St. Another unique look to the garden was the dichotomy of the old and new. The garden itself felt like a scene straight out of Hero (2002). Instead of purple mountains, Lan Su has the towering nearby buildings in the background.
In this July 6, 2010, file photo, Lance Armstrong grimaces prior to the start of the third stage of the Tour de France cycling race in Wanze, Belgium.In this July 9, 2010, file photo, Lance Armstrong prepares to take the start of the sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 227.5 kilometers (141.4 miles) with a start in Montargis and finish in Gueugnon, France.The champagne toasts on the Champs Elysees and the two fingered “V for victory signs he flashed while pedaling to the finish line.The excruciating mountain climbs and the explosions of power that pushed him past other heaving cyclists on narrow Alpine roads.The legions of fans wearing yellow Livestrong bracelets cheering on the cancer survivor whose grit and determination gave them hope.Faded images are all that remain of the unprecedented cycling career of Lance Armstrong. Anti Doping Agency erased the rest of it on Friday.It wiped out 14 years of Armstrong career including his record seven Tour de France titles and barred him for life from the sport after concluding he used banned substances.USADA said it expected cycling governing body to take similar action, but the International Cycling Union was measured in its response, saying it first wanted a full explanation of why Armstrong should relinquish Tour titles he won from 1999 through 2005.The Amaury Sport Organization, which runs the world most prestigious cycling race, said it would not comment until hearing from the UCI and USADA. Agency contends the cycling body is bound by the World Anti Doping Code to strip Armstrong of one of the most incredible achievements in sports.Armstrong, who retired a year ago and turns 41 next month, said Thursday he would no longer challenge USADA and declined to exercise his last option by entering arbitration.
On election night, on Fox News, GOP strategist/dark lord Karl Rove took umbrage at the network’s decision to declare Barack Obama the winner. A “very early call,” he insisted, apparently convinced that his man Mitt would still win the night. Fox News host Megyn Kelly felt compelled to visit the network’s “decision desk” team to get them to explain their call pitting the in house statistics experts against a colleague (Rove is a contract contributor) who openly doubted their competence.