Asia Cup 2022: Sri Lanka to host Asia’s mega event as scheduled

Sri Lanka Cricket will host the Asia Cup 2022 in the United Arab Emirates, as confirmed by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). “Considering the prevailing situation in Sri Lanka, the ACC, after extensive deliberation has unanimously concluded that it would be appropriate to relocate the tournament from Sri Lanka to the UAE,” the ACC said…

5 Best Comebacks After Injury In Indian Cricket History

As the renowned phrase goes, “The road to greatness is not marked by perfection, but the ability to overcome adversity and failure.” The saying goes well with sportspersons including cricketers. No cricketer’s career has ever sailed through without any setbacks or injuries. The greatest stories are written only when the player rises from the setbacks…

Report: Adrian Peterson won’t face felony charges for altercation with wife

RENTON, Wash. – Seattle Seahawks running back Adrian Peterson will not be charged with a felony for an altercation with his wife on a plane at Los Angeles International Airport, according to a report from TMZ. Peterson was arrested on Sunday after a disturbance between him and his wife, Ashley. TMZ reported that the incident…

Thunderbirds Kevin Korchinski, Reid Schaefer selected in first round of NHL Draft

Two members of the Seattle Thunderbirds – defenseman Kevin Korchinski and left winger Reid Schaefer – were selected in the first round of the NHL Draft on Thursday night. Korchinski was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks with the seventh overall pick. Chicago acquired the No. 7 pick earlier in the day in a trade with…

What is the Cascadia Cup? A guide ahead of Saturday’s Timbers-Sounders match

The Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers will square off for the first time this season Saturday afternoon at Lumen Field. The Sounders, Timbers and Vancouver Whitecaps combine to compete for the Cascadia Cup each season as Pacific Northwest rivals. But what exactly is the Cascadia Cup and how did it come about? Sponsored Links Online…

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launches Can Cause an Aurora-Like Glow in the Sky

Auroras are often spectacular displays at the edge of the atmosphere caused by space weather, usually in the form of highly charged particles from the sun slamming into Earth’s magnetosphere, but a similar-looking phenomenon has been observed recently at unusually low latitudes. Photographer Christopher Hoffman picked it up while he was taking long exposure shots…