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Sprint car driver Bryan Clauson has been hospitalized following a harrowing crash Saturday night in the Belleville (Kan.) Midget Nationals USAC midget race.Clauson was airlifted to a hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. Clausons family posted a statement on his Facebook page saying that he remains in critical condition and under the care of the medical staff.We appreciate the support of the racing community and are thankful for the outreach weve received. We ask that you continue to respect our privacy as we focus on Bryan, the statement said.?Clauson was a three-time winner and the defending champion at Belleville. He flipped against the guard rail between turns 3 and 4 while leading. His car rolled several times and was hit by another car.It was his second wreck of the weekend.Clauson is considered the nations top short-track sprint car driver. He has won four USAC national championships and was participating in his 116th race of the season on Saturday night.His schedule this year was on pace for 200 starts, and that included a 23rd-place finish in the Indianapolis 500.The 27-year-old Indiana resident has started three Indianapolis 500s and was a development driver for Chip Ganassi in NASCAR, where he competed in 26 races over the 2007 and 2008 seasons.He started seventh on Friday night before he was in another vicious wreck. After that crash, he posted on Twitter his appreciation for his safety equipment, his chassis manufacturer and his team for getting his car ready for him to race Saturday night.Many top NASCAR drivers immediately took to Twitter to ask for prayers for Clauson, a driver well known and well liked in the racing community. Among those anxiously awaiting an update on his condition were Tony Stewart, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Larson and Clint Bowyer, who all have roots in dirt racing and USAC.Wishing the best for @BryanClauson after a violent crash last night at Belleville Nationals, Jeff Gordon?posted.Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.? Fake Nike Shoes . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. Fake Vapormax 2019 . Barcelonas entertaining victory ensured the defending Spanish champions retained their share of the league lead with Atletico Madrid two rounds ahead of their meeting in the capital. Real Madrid needed a late goal by substitute Jese Rodriguez to earn a 3-2 victory at Valencia to stay in third place and three points behind its title rivals. http://www.fakevapormax.com/ . A forerunning sled crashed into the worker Thursday at the Sanki Sliding Center. The unidentified worker broke both legs and was airlifted to a nearby hospital. Wholesale Fake Vapormax . Rousey will put her perfect 8-0 record and hardware on the line against another undefeated fighter, 7-0 Sara McMann in the main event of UFC 170, which will be held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas Nevada on February 22nd. Fake Vapormax . Once again, DeLaet finished tied for second at a PGA Tour stop on the weekend, this time at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The pride of Weyburn, Sask. For such a peripheral and largely undesirable job, the role of 12th man has at times managed to throw crickets fabled sense of fair play into question. Take Ricky Ponting, so much a traditionalist that he seemed undressed without his baggy green, on the wrong end of modern Test crickets most (in) famous act of substitute fielding. You may remember it.By the fourth instalment of the 2005 Ashes, Englands habit of allowing their rotating assembly of quicks to enjoy restorative comfort breaks had pierced Punters flesh and was slurping at his boiling blood, where followed an eruption at what he believed to be, frankly, cheating. Where the substitute had hitherto been provided by the host county, some sprightly young buck on a summer contract and very much an afterthought, the sense was that Gary Pratt, a Durham 2nd XI player, was chosen by the ever-scheming Duncan Fletcher with malice aforethought, a weaponised backup carried around the country like a lucky charm, a provocation.Pratts swoop-and-shy earned him a visit to 10 Downing Street and an open-top bus ride through London. Other subs have written themselves into folklore - from a 45-year-old Bob Taylor leaving the sponsors box to keep wicket in a Lords Test (thanks to New Zealands amenability) to Bilal Shafayats dilatory glove-ferrying in Cardiff - yet the 12th man isnt all glory, nor always a particularly easy ride. In many ways its a highly stressful situation - imagine shelling Virat Kohli off Jimmy Anderson! - if only because of the griping on social media that your inferiority should be reflected in your garb: No Three Lions for you, sonny boy, but if you dont catch that crucial, swirling steepler, youll be for the stocks!Twelfth man in the club game is an altogether different gig, not least because they rarely come from your own club (if they do, its old Harry, three sheets to the wind, who only strolled down to walk the dog and get away from the wife for an hour and now finds himself fielding for 43 overs, hiding at slip, exactly where the ball keeps going). No one in their right mind is going to volunteer to be 12th man. Finding an eleventhers is usually hard enough, never mind someone willing to run on towels and gloves and isotonic drinks instead of playing. There are just too many leisure options these days…No, usually in the club game if a 12th man is required - and if hes required, this could mean the game is amicable enough to allow it, or meaningful enough that the disadvantage must be compensated - then he or she usually comes, with a certain amount of reluctance, from the opposition, some sheepish interloper hoping he doesnt take a flying catch (although, if he is capable of this, then his team needs a root-and-branch review as to how he was selected for the role), hoping he doesnt do a Gary Pratt on his captain - or, depending as to where hes been asked to bat, perhaps hoping he does do a Gary Pratt on his captain.The whole thing is riven with ethical questions. If an opposition player dislocates a shoulder, what do you do (apart, obviously, from getting the footage on social media)? What about if he goes off feeling poorly? What if some players offer Bartlebys I would prefer not to? What if theres too much bad blood? At any rate, in the lower echelons of the recreational game, with the increasing dearth of volunteers, two of the batting side will be umpiring, one scoring, two at the crease and a minimum of three padded up. That doesnt leave many options.Some of these issues cropped up in an emotive post that appearred on my Facebook feed recently, in which a disgruntled senior pro who recently represented England Over-50s canvassed opinion about a highly unusual scenario from his teams latest game.ddddddddddddhey had posted 215 for 6 from their 55 overs, but had lost a man to injury in the process. The opposition obliged with a sub, then another, before a third came on, slowly and unenthusiastically, and was stationed at square leg, where, apparently, he deliberately dropped a catch, slapping the ball down and informing his opponents he had no real interest helping them. They asked him to leave the field, playing out the game with ten. The reprieved batsman was on 41 at the time, and finished on 95 not out, carrying his bat as his team hung on for a draw, eight down.Not a great deal of contextual detail was painted in. (Why did he take the field if he wasnt prepared to try? Was this prompted by some ill feeling over a prior incident?) The immediate response was almost universal in its condemnation. Name and shame, suggested a couple on the thread. More moderate replies ventured that trial by social media was unfair (the post was removed a day or so later). Others indicated that had it been a member of their club, he would never have played again. It cant have been a proper cricketer, surmised someone else. Disgusting, appalling, disgrace they said, with a modicum of surprise that the whole thing didnt end in a brawl. Was this the breaking of a cricketing taboo? The spirit of cricket is a much maligned notion in certain quarters, despite its eloquent advocacy by two of modern crickets most pugnacious players. Brendon McCullum and Kumar Sangakkara have both expressed the fundamental importance of adhering to a certain moral code that underpins crickets capacity to elevate its participants beyond a win-at-all-costs ethos.Take, for instance, Mohammad Nabis recent shamelessly brassnecked act, failing to own up to lying across the rope as he fielded a ball for Afghanistan in an ODI against Ireland, with Ed Joyce, perhaps a little dopily, being run out in the confusion. Nabi was rightly reprimanded by the ICC, although his many apologists on Twitter could only ask: What law has he broken?The implicit viewpoint here seems to be that life is about getting away with what you can, that the full burden of ensuring propriety falls on some external policing agency. Honesty is for fools! All of which fails to grasp the difference between legal and ethical compunctions, the importance of the latter as a social adhesive and thus the corrosively cynical atmosphere that the legalistic standpoint establishes. Applied to politics, you have endemic corruption. Applied to parking your car, you have gridlock. For one Twitter interlocutor, Nabis actions were rationalised by the stakes, by the heavy presence of money. Theres millions of dollars on the line came the justification.Thats a whole other can of worms. But what about our loco locum? What about the ethical obligation weighing upon the Saturday afternoon 12th man while helping out the opposition? And might there be contexts in which it is simply too much to ask - last day of the season, promotion and relegation on the line?An old pal suggested that a sub fielder you provide should never be asked to stand in a catching position. But where isnt a catching position? I asked. In the pavilion. True, youve never dropped anything in there… ' ' '

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