Last year, an ensemble called the Rockin’1000 made an impassioned rock and roll plea for the Foo Fighters to come to Cesena, Italy on their tour of Europe. The video naturally went viral and wound up being successful, as the Foos added a performance at Carisport on their Sonic Highways tour.When you have a thousand musicians already assembled, the next step is to put on a performance with all of them. That’s just what the Rockin’1000 did, when they hosted the “That’s Live” performance at Orogel Stadium last weekend. The band, split up into singers, guitarists, bassists, and drummers, performed a revue of rock and roll history.Among that revue was the song “Rebel Rebel,” played as a tribute to the late great David Bowie. Watch the video of that tribute below, as shared by the band.
10 months ago Mary Kom forced to “settle” for bronze, Manju Rani reaches WC final FOLLOW US 10 months ago “Mary Kom is destined to win Tokyo Olympic gold”: Akhil Kumar Abhinav Bindra has come out in support of Nikhat Zareen after she demanded a trial bout against boxer MC Mary Kom before the Indian team is announced for Olympic Qualifiers.Former junior world champion boxer Zareen, who was refused a trial bout by the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) for the World Championship, has written to Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, demanding a ‘fair chance’ to make it to the team for the Olympic Qualifiers that are going to be held in February next year.“While I have all the respect for Mary Kom, fact is, an athlete’s life is an offering of proof. Proof that we can be as good as yesterday. Better than yesterday. Better than tomorrow’s man/woman. In sport, yesterday never counts,” Bindra wrote on his Twitter handle. ALSO, READ | Ind Vs SA: Harbhajan Takes A Jab At SA, Asks Jonty Rhodes To BatHere is a look at Abhinav Bindra’s tweet: COMMENT First Published: 18th October, 2019 23:59 IST 10 months ago “Its high-time the rules in boxing changed”: MC Mary Kom 10 months ago Nikhat Zareen writes to Sports Min Kiren Rijiju, demands ‘fair trial’ LIVE TV While I have all the respect for Marykom , Fact is ,an athletes life is an offering of proof. Proof that we can be as good as yesterday. Better than yesterday. Better than tomorrows man /woman. In sport, yesterday NEVER counts. https://t.co/B0MBT3HFU0— Abhinav Bindra OLY (@Abhinav_Bindra) October 17, 2019 Last Updated: 19th October, 2019 00:00 IST Nikhat Zareen Deserves A Trial Against Mary Kom: Abhinav Bindra Nikhat Zareen wrote to the Sports Minister asking for a “fair” chance to contest the qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Abhinav Bindra comes out in support WATCH US LIVE Written By ALSO, READ | Ind Vs SA 3rd Test: Faf Du Plessis To Not Walk Out For Toss In RanchiNikhat Zareen on Thursday wrote a letter to Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju asking the body to give her a “fair” chance to contest the qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics 2020. She also said that rules were bent to give Mary Kom a direct entry into the global games.Here is a look at Zareen’s letter: ALSO, READ | Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019: Updated Points Table As Of October 17Mary Kom claimed her record eighth world medal at the recently-concluded World Championships in Russia in the 51kg category. after Turkey’s European champion Busenaz Cakiroglu defeated the 36-year-old 4-1 in the 51-kg category. BFI plans to send the Manipuri pugilist for the Olympics qualifiers in China, backing away from its previous decision to give direct selection only to the gold and silver winners in Russia. The BFI criteria for men made it possible for even the bronze winners to get direct selection. Mary Kom had defeated Zareen at the semifinal of the India Open in May this year. ALSO, READ | Ind Vs SA: JSCA To Give Away Free Tickets To CRPF Men For Ranchi Test WE RECOMMEND Jatin Malu All I want is a fair chance.If I’m not given the opporunity to compete what am I training for. Sports is about FairPlay & I dont want to loose faith in my country.Jai Hind @KirenRijiju @RijijuOffice #AjaySingh @Media_SAI @DGSAI @BFI_official @kishanreddybjp @PMOIndia #TopsAthlete pic.twitter.com/t1ie62tMJy— Nikhat Zareen (@nikhat_zareen) October 17, 2019 SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago “Cheating against Mary Kom; Conspiracy against India”: Sushil Kumar
Ghana winger Christian Atsu scored on his return from the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday, helping Porto to defeat Beira Mar 2-0 in the Portuguese top-flight.The youngster, who was one of Ghana’s players at the recent Africa Cup of Nations, showed that he has learnt from the AFCON with the exquisite finish.Portugal’s Primeira Liga 19th round clash saw two goals from Atsu and Jackson Martinez help Porto earn the away victory in Aveiro city.In the 34th minute, Porto broke the deadlock as Joao Moutinho’s pass found Atsu outside the box.The Ghanaian youngster arrowed in from 25 yards in his first game back from national duty at the African Cup of Nations.Beira Mar escaped the punishment over a handball in the box in the 42nd minute. In the 72nd minute Martinez got the ball in the left side of the penalty area and took a skilled move with his left foot to break loose from the defender before making a delightful finish over the goalkeeper.In the 81st minute, Joao Moutinho was replaced by Andre Castro, as the Dragon has to save some energy for an important midweek Champions League clash against Malaga.Porto continues to lead in the Primeira Liga after the victory.
But St. Louis still pulled off a 3-0 win and now has a slight advantage in the National League Central. The Cardinals are 1/2-game in front of the Cubs and three games ahead of the Brewers. Related News The pitching staff got some help offensively as three different batters drove in runs, including shortstop Paul DeJong, who blasted a homer in the sixth inning.Big ac Land. pic.twitter.com/D8gumYWRlE— MLB (@MLB) August 20, 2019Hudson earned the win and Andrew Miller was given the save while Milwaukee righty Zach Davies was tagged with the loss.Studs of the NightNick Dini hit his first career home run and it came directly after Nicky Lopez knocked one out of the park.DINI [email protected] gets his first big-league homer with his family in the house!#AlwaysRoyal pic.twitter.com/XYR85FsIJC— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) August 20, 2019Asdrubal Cabrera hit the last of the Nationals four homers and drove in five runs as they beat the Pirates, 13-0.Duds of the NightThe Rays’ Willy Adames and Kevin Kiermaier both went 0 for 4 in a 9-3 loss to the Mariners.HighlightsAlbert Pujols capped off the Angels’ five-run first inning against the Rangers with this homer. The Cardinals were close to completing a combined no-hitter Monday.Dakota Hudson pitched 6 2/3 no-hit innings, walking four batters and striking out seven, before he handed it over to the bullpen. Brewers catcher Yasmani Grandal eventually spoiled the Cardinals’ efforts with a two-out double in the eighth inning. Braves claim speedster Billy Hamilton off waivers after Ender Inciarte’s injury Braves’ Ronald Acuna reacts to being pulled from game for not hustling Red Sox ace Chris Sale avoids Tommy John surgery The Machine knows a thing or three about homers in Texas. pic.twitter.com/dk27XO8L2D— MLB (@MLB) August 20, 2019Yeah, this was cool.👏 Adam Eaton. #BiggerThanBaseball pic.twitter.com/GDfj9XF2vL— MLB (@MLB) August 20, 2019What’s Next?Giants (63-62) at Cubs (66-58), 8:05 p.m. ET — The race for the top spot in the NL Central is heating up and the Cubs will try to bump the Cardinals from the top spot when they start a three-game series against the Giants on Tuesday. Chicago will start Cole Hamels (6-4, 3.69 ERA) and San Francisco will go with Tyler Beede (3-7, 5.77).