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NBL lands bumper new broadcast deal
The NBL has secured a new broadcast deal for the next three years, in which all games will be aired live.The three-year deal is understood to be worth about $15 million a season, with every NBL game during that period broadcast live on ESPN.
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also in Japan's capital catapulted the Crouser from Portland with its swinging technology the iron ball over 23 meters to 23.30 meters - only seven centimeters away from his world record width. He had met 23.37 meters in Eugene on June 18th. The competitors in the Olympic Final have not grown him: his compatriot and two-time world champion Joe Kovacs took 22.65 meters as five years ago in Rio Silver. Tomas Walsh from New Zealand also repeated his Olympic bronze world with 22.47 meters.
because of a back injury David Storl (SC DHFK Leipzig), the Olympia second of 2012, could not compete in this summer season no competitions and qualify for the Tokyo games.
ASX slips from record heights
Investors have eased their buying on the ASX after pushing the indices to record heights in the past two days.The major categories of materials, financials and healthcare were all lower at 1200 AEST in a slight easing of trade.
Kessing: "Better performance with swiveling technology"
doubt that in the 23-meter width and the world record of Crouser, as well as previous doping weddings, not everything could be right, the German Chef Trainer did not want to join. "He is a model athlete and pushes with the new swinging technology. This will be the determining technique in the future," said Annett Stein. "Ryan Crouser perfected her."
Jürgen Kessing, President of the German Athletics Association, closes this view. "The swiveling technology makes better performance possible. Therefore, the world record of 23.37 meters is not that unusual," he said, forecast: "I expect that one can encounter more than 24 meters with this technique."
Manly take title lesson from Storm loss .
Manly skipper Daly Cherry-Evans is wary of a desperate Parramatta but says he's confident the Sea Eagles could beat Melbourne if they had to in the NRL finals.The Sea Eagles are in a battle for a top-four finish and pushed the Storm all the way on Saturday night before Craig Bellamy's men secured their 17th straight win.