Here’s an intriguing question: What if a Gatorade man married a Nike woman? That would be a competitive wedding. The happy couple would race each other down the aisle, the bride gaining a momentary advantage by jamming her bridal bouquet into the groom’s eye, then the groom countering by stomping on her bridal train, snapping her head back like a Pez dispenser, while the guests cheered and jumped up and down in their sweat puddles. At the reception, everybody would eat a wedding cake made entirely out of Power Bars, and take turns bench pressing members of the band.
The Seton Hall game wasn’t as close as the score but now they have a tough test. Clemson has looked great but lets not forget they didn’t miss a shot against Auburn and that shouldn’t continue. I am so mad I took Auburn in my bracket. Sharapova had been taking the supplement for ten years for abnormal EKGs.Facing a two year ban from playing professional tennis, she told herself: ‘Goddamit, I’m going to fight this bullst’, she writes in her upcoming memoir, Unstoppable: My Life So Far, to be published by Sarah Crichton Books, September 12.Sharapova, it turns out, is a great storyteller as well as a champion athlete. Her memoir is compelling and revealing as she describes her family escaping from the horrors of Chernobyl and how sheconsoled her game losses with ‘retail therapy’, shopping for luxury jewels at Bulgari and pricey handbags at Chlo.But even that did not get her through her suspension nightmare.During those tough days of waiting out the ban, Maria reveals she never forgot the secret she had on tennis champion Serena Williams, the one opponent she feared and found nearly impossible to beat.TheFive time Grand Slam tennis champion was banned from playing professional tennis at the end of the Australian Open in 2015 after she tested positive for Meldonium, a drug used to treat coronary artery disease (Pictured on Day Three of the US Open)But Maria eventually beat Serena in the finals of the 2004 Wimbledon at age 17 and carried that with her as motivation throughout her career. And overheard Serena crying obviously over her loss of the match.’I don’t think she’s ever forgiven me for it’ witnessing this ‘low and vulnerable moment,’ she writes.’I think Serena hated me for being the skinny kid who beat her, against all odds, at Wimbledon.
The street has been lauding Rona Inc. Board for successfully wooing grocery turnaround veteran Robert Sawyer to helm the wayward home improvement retailer, but one analyst wonders how the company future store strategy will fare outside of Quebec.Mr. Sawyer a man of action, focused on execution, said retail analyst Keith Howlett of Desjardins Securities in a note to clients, questioning how the ex Metro Inc.