Entertainment "The goal is clear" - Krummenacher wants to be Supersport World Champion again
Super Rugby AU announce rule changes for upcoming season
With the Super Rugby AU season fast-approaching, the competition have announced a host of rule variations - and one of them will be sure to excite plenty of fans. In an announcement on Wednesday morning, there will now be 'Super Time' golden try for drawn games - a slight variation on last year's addition to promote more attacking rugby. There have also been other innovative rule changes brought over from last season, including the 50/22 rule and the replacements for red-carded players.
Supersport World Championship returnees Randy Krummenacher declares battle with Philipp Öttl, Jules Cluzel and Dominique Aegerter: he wants to win the second title with Yamaha
Randy Krummenacher returns back to the Supersport World Cup this season. Last year, after a controversial separation from MV Agusta, the Swiss left the championship after the first race weekend. With the EAB Yamaha team, the 2019 world champion is one of the big favorites.
"I feel very good. The team is completely new to me. We have to work and get to know each other. Of course, they have a lot of experience and I contribute more experience. The goal is clear. We want to fight for the title", explains Krummenacher in an interview with 'WorldSBK.com'.
'Just get it done' Sir Geoff Hurst urges over-70s to have Covid jab
England World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst has issued a rallying cry to the nation urging everyone eligible for a Covid vaccine to 'just get it done' to protect themselves and the country. Sir Geoff, who famously scored a hat-trick to defeat West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final, is leading from the front again, spearheading a group of sporting legends in telling those aged over 70 to take up their invitation to have the vaccine.
Randy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team
Gold and Goose / Motorsport ImagesSupersport World Champion 2019: Randy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team
Gold and Goose / Motorsport ImagesSupersport World Champion 2019: Randy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team, with Jules Cluzel, GMT94 Yamaha
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Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle United: Werner ends goal drought as Blues breeze into top four
Chelsea striker Timo Werner scored his first Premier League goal in 1,000 minutes as they saw off Newcastle United 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.Werner's drought, which stretched back to a 4-1 win over Sheffield United on November 7, has been well documented but he got the goal his performance deserved in a routine victory.
Supersport World Champion 2019: Randy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team
Gold and Goose / Motorsport ImagesRandy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team, with Eric de Seynes
Gold and Goose / Motorsport ImagesRandy Krummenacher, BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team, Corentin Perolari, GMT94 Yamaha
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"It will be a challenge because the team is new, but I know the bike very well. It will be a big challenge because I haven't raced since February last year. I paused for a long time. I need to get back in shape. Soon I'll be training on the track again and I'll be driving in Misano, "reports the former world champion.
Krummenacher has already participated in 37 Supersport World Championship races. The former Grand Prix driver made it into the top 3 in 14 races. Krummenacher won six races. The Swiss driver is very familiar with the Yamaha R6.
"When my contract was signed, I started training with the R6. In the past year I did a lot of flat track training. I will be very well prepared. Now I just have to test with the team to work out a basic set-up and prepare myself for the races, "says the 30-year-old.
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Brighton and Hove Albion have goal disallowed by VAR despite referee Lee Mason allowing free kick against West Brom .
VAR drama seems to be a hallmark of Premier League matches these days, but the scenes between West Bromwich Albion and Brighton & Hove Albion were farcical by any standard.Brighton and Hove Albion's Lewis Dunk said referee Lee Mason's decision in their 1-0 Premier League loss at West Bromwich Albion was "horrendous".