So who is the quickest rugby player of all time? The way Bryan Habana – eight tries in this World Cup to date and with power to add more – has been leaving vapour trails across France has prompted many commentators to claim the South African is the fastest player ever seen on a rugby pitch at Test level. Possibly. His blazing pace and natural try-scoring instincts certainly make him one of the most lethal wings in history and a potent threat against England in the final on Saturday.
With a Democratic electorate hungry to take down Donald Trump, the 2020 Democratic presidential race has already begun in earnest. Sens. Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders—even Mark Zuckerberg—have been the subjects of innumerable “will they or won’t they” profiles speculating about which of them will emerge as the next Democratic presidential nominee. One nationally known Democratic figure has been strangely absent from the conversation: Elizabeth Warren.
There were 'doctors' papers' aplenty at Stradey Park yesterday, but very little ill health. In fact, we all left feeling healed, uplifted and bursting with life - but that's how you always felt in close proximity to Ray Gravell .
@inaminute23@shieldsbrief@roybirch@martinpmcevoy@gbbasketball@uksport Some v promising stuff although we'd all accept GB have had trouble closing out matches they should have won. That's lack of experience/confidence and occasionally depth of talent but all those hard yards will count bigtime if the programme can continue and be supported properly
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Selecting a term
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