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first_img Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian8 Amazing Facts About Ancient Egypt7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World “The guy wrote back and said, ‘We would love to but, because of the way our board members view you, you can’t help out’. “I want to give back to these kids who don’t have anything, because I grew up not having anything, and I can’t even do that because of my cleavage. “We bond over having a common interest and we all love the same thing … I don’t understand why it matters if you’re wearing a polo (shirt) and I’m not wearing a polo. “If a guy on tour wears shorts instead of pants, the world’s not going to end. In golf, people make all of these problems so serious and it’s not serious.” Spiranac wants focus on the game not on outfit She branded golf the “worst place” for her as she is the “opposite” of the expectations of the sport. “Golf is the absolute worst place for me to be because I am the exact opposite of everything that a golfer should encompass, should be, and I’m not. Read AlsoUK golfing season: Osaze Odemwingie can’t wait to Tee- off “I’m not refined, I’m raw and real and I wear what I want and I have always been so different and golf is not that way. “It’s an act. I feel like everyone in golf is just playing this part of this perfect golfer when in reality it’s nothing like that. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Golf star Paige Spiranac has slammed the sport as “elitist”, “stuffy” and full of “hypocrisy” as the claims she will never fit in because of her image. The Spiranac has amassed an army of Instagram followers having initially found fame by posting trick shot videos. The 26-year-old had a short stint as a professional golfer after being considered a future star in college. But she has now turned her attentions elsewhere and become a social media personality. Spiranac insists Golf is stuffy, discriminatory and pretentious. Spiranac, who last week opened up on how she beat a nude photo leak by posing for Sports Illustrated on her own terms, has hit out at rules over what players can wear as she slammed the hierarchy of the sport. She revealed she was once rejected from helping a charity ‘because of her cleavage’ by a golf club board as she claimed to have been shamed. Speaking on the latest episode of her podcast Playing-A-Round, she said: “Golf is elitist, it’s stuffy, it’s exclusive and I hate that because I am not that and I was never welcomed in and I’m still not welcomed in. Discussing the charity incident she added: “I wanted to help this charity out and I wanted to give them free golf clubs. Loading… last_img read more

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first_img Tough conditions made for a grizzly encounter at St Mary’s, where the visitors twice came from behind to eke out a 2-2 draw. Saints took an early lead through a wonderful Rickie Lambert free-kick, only to be pegged back by Peter Odemwingie’s first goal for Stoke, who had gone 369 minutes without netting away from home before that. Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino bemoaned his side’s lack of aggression after they were held to a draw by Stoke. Press Association Steven Davis’ fortuitous effort saw Saints retake the lead soon after, but they again relinquished control when former Southampton frontman Peter Crouch bundled home. Saints continually pressed for a winner in the second half but could not find a way through, much to the annoyance of manager Pochettino. “It is not frustrating, but disappointing,” the Saints boss said. “Over the 90 minutes we deserved to win but in football you can’t really deserve to win you have to show it and do it. “The only ‘but’ is that after that (Lambert goal) we were not aggressive enough to go on and get a second and that would have put the game to bed. “Then when we went to 2-1 we weren’t able to hold on to the lead and again we should have been more aggressive. “We practically nullified Stoke in the second half and were creating all the chances but in the end it was not to be.” Saints have now gone five matches unbeaten in the league, but three of those have ended as 2-2 draws despite Pochettino’s side edging them. “Both against Arsenal and Stoke the game ended 2-2 and we deserved more, but overall we’re on the right path,” he added. “We were playing against (the) most physical team in (the) Premier League and the weather conditions were difficult so overall we have to look at the positives. “We had full control of the game, especially in the second half. Stoke are a team who play to their strengths and I have full respect for their approach to football. But we deserved more from this game.” The result brought an end to Stoke’s four-game losing streak away from the Britannia Stadium and was a decent follow-up to last weekend’s 2-1 win against Manchester United. “It was an important game for us,” manager Mark Hughes said. “Obviously we had a fantastic result last weekend against Manchester United and it would have been a real disappointment not to have got something out of this game because it is important we get a run going. “I felt we were the better side in the first half, albeit we went behind twice, but we showed great character and no little skill to get back on level terms. “In the second half, both teams cancelled each other out somewhat and as the away team that’s a very good performance from our point of view. “They’re a team I’ve enjoyed watching this year and we restricted them to very few clear-cut chances. That shows the quality of our performance.” Charlie Adam was again key for Stoke, following up his winner against United by providing the assists for both goals at St Mary’s – the first a particularly impressive through-ball for Odemwingie to net. “He’s got that, we all know that,” Hughes said of the Scotland midfielder. “What we have now is a little bit of difference in terms of our attacking threat. “Peter Odemwingie has joined us and he’s an experienced Premier League player and we’ve talked about him exploiting that space in between centre-backs, behind full-backs and Charlie, given his range of passing, will always put people through.” last_img read more

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first_imgShare Submit StumbleUpon Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Share The continuation of racing across Australia and the US has come as a welcome relief for Flutter Entertainment, as its retail estate faces a blow from the postponement of global sporting events.Publishing a Q1 trading update for the three months ended 31 March 2020, Flutter reported group-wide year-on-year revenue growth of 16% in Q1, reported at £547 million for Q1 2020, despite the impact of sports disruption.Meanwhile, its online division also saw a 20% increase in revenues as a result of “strong active customer growth” in the US and Australia.Retail revenues saw a 13% growth for the period, while the group’s sportsbook revenues grew by 32%, largely driven by reduced FOBT limits, which ‘more than offset the 20% reduction in gaming revenue’.The FTSE100 group distinguished between the period of ‘pre-sport disruption’, and the ‘period of lockdown’.Since the suspension of Irish and UK racing on 16 March and 20 March respectively, Flutter revealed that group revenue had declined by 32% year-on-year, with its retail estate reporting no revenue as a result of the shutdown.Peter Jackson, Chief Executive, commented: “The Group performed very well in the period prior to the disruption to sporting events in mid-March. We delivered strong customer growth across each of our brands and benefitted from favourable sports results across our sportsbooks.“Following the widespread cancellation of sporting events, Group revenues have been more resilient than we initially expected, helped by the continuation of horse racing in Australia and the US. Gaming continues to perform well across the Group.”Australia’s Sportsbet continued its ‘strong momentum’ during Q1, reporting revenue growth of 32% up to £109 million. This was driven by a ‘combination of excellent customer growth, favourable sports results and ongoing structural improvements in margin’.Meanwhile, Flutter also praised its expansion efforts in the US as revenues grew by 72% during the period as a result of a ‘strong performance’ across sports and gaming. Flutter attributed this growth to ‘further expansion into additional states and continued excellent customer acquisition’.US gaming revenue increased by 260%, driven by the group’s cross-sell strategies in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. FanDuel’s combined online gaming market share in New Jersey and Pennsylvania reached 25% in February, while Flutter’s revenue across its TVG racing and Daily Fantasy Sports businesses grew 3% year-on-year.Jackson continued: “During this unprecedented time, we are keenly aware of our heightened responsibility to ensure that we do all we can to promote responsible gambling. We have stepped up our own practices and are collaborating with our peers within the Betting and Gaming Council to continue to raise standards across the sector. We are also working hard to provide all the support we can to our employees and I would like to thank them for their ongoing commitment and support for each other during this difficult period.“While the current disruption is truly exceptional, it underlines the importance of product and geographic diversification. As such, the strategic logic of our combination with The Stars Group remains compelling. Following approval of the deal yesterday by the Irish Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, we look forward to completing the transaction in Q2 upon receipt of outstanding shareholder and regulatory approvals.” Tabcorp double burdened by covid and group impairment charges August 19, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more

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