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Five days on the Olympic couch, and you are starting to feel as if youve hit the cobblestones in the cycling road-race and gone straight over the handlebars.Irregular sleep patterns, when you wake up, becoming disoriented and anxious over the fact that you are watching table tennis in the middle of the night, eventually sees you develop red dots all over your body. Then again, you think if such a blotchy look is good enough for 21 gold medal-winning Michael Phelps it must be good enough for you.But what keeps you going, endlessly flicking the channels and the App one more time in search of a sport that for four years youve completely forgotten about, is the rousing human interest stories -- involving those individuals with the common touch. The Australian Olympic team is providing plenty of those stories.Among the early Australian medal winners have been an exceptional female athlete who gave up being a motor mechanic to pursue Gold, another who admitted to devouring huge tubs of ice cream before events, and those who love showing a common national trait of being laconic.The first Australian medallists of the Games -- the archery mens team of Taylor Worth, Alec Potts and Ryan Tyack -- seemed a bit surprised by the attention when they were pursued by the media to explain how excited they were to win bronze.Television interviewers did their best to have them yahooing down the microphone, but they kept a lid on it. They had more events to compete in, so there was not yet any point big noting themselves -- especially as they were eager to win bigger prizes. They made the right comments, but there was no whooping or hollering.Then emerged the irresistible, beaming smile of Catherine Skinner after she had won gold in the womens trap shooting event. This was someone we could really relate to.Due to her persistence in wanting to be a successful shooter, her pursuit of a chemical engineering degree has taken eight years. She also had no qualms explaining that her diet was somewhat different to others at the Olympics. She has a serious sweet-tooth.In one radio interview after her gold medal success, she admitted to altering her routine while in Rio.I had to adapt a little bit because I did my personal best a few years ago after I ended up eating an entire pint of Ben & Jerrys the night before for dinner, Skinner said. So last night I had to sneak over to the McDonalds and get a big McFlurry.Skinners father, who encouraged her when she was 12 to try clay target shooting at their local bush club, was back on the family farm just out of Mansfield in the Victorian High Country. Daughter looked straight down the television camera to tell him: Hi Dad. I did it.Nice moment, as was the euphoria surrounding the Australian womens rugby sevens teams triumph. It was impossible not to be affected by their performances, or how their victory tantalised a nation.Heading the Australian team was Sharni Williams, who had been a motor mechanic in Canberra before deciding several years ago to focus on sevens football.Asked how it felt to win gold, Williams laughed: Heavy. Seriously, this gold medal is heavy.As touching was the haka performed by the New Zealand team after the final loss. Most of the players were in tears, but that did not deter them from completing one of the most stirring exhibitions of this traditional dancesAnd you just know the inspirational moments will continue over the next week or so at Rio.We now await how Australias oldest Olympian fares. Mary Hanna is 61, a grandmother, competing in her fifth Olympics in the equestrian dressage event.When asked what the Olympic experience meant to her, she replied: Its very addictive.Bit like being on that Olympic couch.Discount Nike NBA Jerseys .ca look back at each of the Top 10 stories of 2013. Today, we look back at Boston Strong - a citys recovery from tragedy. Wholesale Jerseys China .Y. -- Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone has drawn on his Syracuse connections once again by hiring Rob Moore to take over as receivers coach. . - Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is not a fan of his teams use of the wildcat formation, saying "it makes you look like a high school offence. Cheap Nike NBA Jerseys . 31, the CFL club announced Monday. The team also has yet to decide on the future of Doug Berry, who began the season as a consultant to the head coach but took over the offensive co-ordinators duties in July. NBA Jerseys From China . - The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca.ST. LOUIS -- First Stephen Vogt delivered the lineup card to the umpires. Then he connected for a three-run home run that helped the Oakland Athletics beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-4 Sunday.Khris Davis also homered, his 34th, in support of rookie Andrew Triggs first win. Triggs (1-1) allowed three runs on four hits, walked none and struck out eight in six innings.The Athletics have won four of their past five games and before each of the wins, Vogt has handled the duties of taking out the lineup card.Whatever works, said Vogt, who went to the pregame meeting in his catchers gear. Youve got to keep it rolling.Triggs, who was called up from Triple-A Nashville for the eighth time earlier this month, said about 15 family and friends made the trip from his hometown in Nashville to watch the game played with the temperature 92 degrees at first pitch.Once you get through those first couple of innings with that heat, youre maxed out in sweat so theres not much more you can do, Triggs said. A wins a win but its sweeter because I had a pretty big crew here.Hes getting rewarded with a beer shower, Athletics manager Bob Melvin said. To pitch as well as he has and work himself into the rotation, its very rewarding to get him a win.Jaime Garcia (10-10) gave up a three-run homer to Vogt with in the third and a two-run shot to Davis, his 34th, with in the first. Garcia has allowed seven homers in his past three starts after giving up six in his first 13 starts. Both homers against the Athletics came with two out.Weve seen it a few times where he gets some quick outs and something happens and it rolls out of control for a little while, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said.You make mistakes and stuff happens fast, Garcia said. I need to do a better job than that..ddddddddddddThe Athletics led 5-1 after Vogts homer -- his 11th of the season and first off a left-hander -- but the Cardinals closed to 5-4 in the seventh behind Matt Carpenter, who doubled twice, homered and scored his teams first three runs. His homer in the third extended the Cardinals streak to 17 games with a homer, matching their season best.Oakland went up 7-4 in the eighth when reliever Jonathan Broxton was charged with two runs while getting only one out. Vogt drove in his fourth run on an infield grounder.Ryon Healy doubled in the third to extend his hitting streak to 14 games, the longest active streak in the majors.St. Louis brought the tying run to the plate with one out against Ryan Madson but Randall Grichuk lined out to third and Greg Garcia flied to center for the final out. It was the closers 27th save in 33 chances.The Cardinals, who completed their home stand 2-4, finished interleague play 1-8 at home and 8-12 overall. Oakland finished 7-13.TRAINERS ROOMAthletics: INF Billy Butler (concussion) is expected to be cleared to return Monday.Cardinals: SS Aledmys Diaz (right thumb) will see a hand specialist Monday to determine when he could return. Diaz has not played since July 31.UP NEXTAthletics: Rookie LHP Sean Manaea (5-8, 4.53) starts the opener of a three-game series at Houston seeking his first road win. He worked seven scoreless innings against the Astros in a 2-1 loss July 10.Cardinals: RHP Carlos Martinez (12-7, 3.13) will make his third start at Milwaukee as St. Louis opens a nine-game, three-city trip. Martinez won his first two starts against the Brewers, allowing one run in 13 innings. ' ' '



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