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Escape from death after execution, an American prisoner dies of Covid-19

Mr. Broom was sentenced to death for rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl Tryna Middleton, after kidnapping the victim in Cleveland in 1984. She was kidnapped while walking home after a rugby match with two friend.

Notable hot news about sports in November

The Australian Rugby League detected 10 additional Covid-19 infections The organizers of the Super League, the Australian rugby championship have just recorded 10 cases of Covid-19 infection after the first health check. This test has the participation

Jamal Adams: I don’t think Adam Gase could handle certain situations well

Jamal Adams finally fulfilled his wish in the summer when he traded with Seahawks and moved from Big Apple to Pacific Northwest. His new team met the team he really wanted to leave on Sunday. Adams spoke

Is the rugby league too dangerous? (Part 2)

Has the game become safer? Since the rugby league in 1895, the rugby league has continued to develop due to the financial burden of injured and unable to play players. When discussing injury risk these days, former

Is the rugby league too dangerous? (Part 1)

After Newcastle’s Alex McKinnon neck broke during a lift in March, a number of commentators and parents have questioned whether football is too dangerous for children, amateurs to play safe. So, is McKinnon’s injury a bizarre accident,

Rugby conquers new Asian lands

Choosing Japan as the host of the tournament, World Rugby Federation aims to conquer a new continent to internationalize the sport, which is very attractive in its competitiveness but has not yet been widely disseminated. A sport

Distorted exoplanets are shaped like a rugby ball

The 3D simulation shows that the exoplanet KOI 1843.03 can be deformed under the impact of strong gravity due to being too close to the host star. Scientists are studying the exoplanet KOI 1843.03 that orbits a