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August 13, 2018

Speedo Clad Jase Stevens

Canadian fitness guru, Jase Stevens:


Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation: Signal Maintainer/Fitness & Lifestyle Coach
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 250 lbs.

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Neville Jetta
Jack Viney
 Joel Selwood
Marc Murphy, Dale Thomas, Xavier Ellis
Nathan Buckley, Paul Licuria

August 11, 2018

Sport Sunday

St. Louis is a beautiful city which is sometimes victim of it's own provincialism. St. Louis has beautiful areas, which are very wealthy, and other areas which, while once beautiful,  have become quite squalid.   

The beautiful golf course at Bellerive Country Club, in Town and Country, Missouri  is the focus of St. Louis today, as it hosts the final round of the PGA Championship.  While title of national champion in golf has been given in golf, at least since 1894, the PGA was founded in 1916 and held their first championship that Autumn.  This 100th championship is the last to be contested, for the foreseeable future, in Fall, as next May the PGA championship will shift to Spring.  

Sundays final round promises to be exciting.  28 year old Brooks Koepka promises to have an exciting day, as  he finished Saturday in the lead, and may well keep that lead.  Thanks to a four-under 66 Saturday at Bellerive Country Club, Koepka holds a two-stroke lead through 54 holes in the 100th PGA Championship, the second time this year he’ll sleep on a third-round lead in a major.  At 12-under 198, Koepka is two ahead of former Masters champion, Australian Adam Scott, who needed a special exemption to get into the field. The list of pursuers within four shots include Spaniard Jon Rahm, Rickie Fowler, Tiger Woods, Jason Day and defending champion Justin Thomas.

Meanwhile....  In Europe....

English Premier League began their regular season this weekend.  While most Europeans are celebrating their annual vacation period, England is in the back to school mode, apparently, as their brothers across the pond.

The Spaniards have saved this weekend for a preliminary return to Soccer, with the Supercopa battle Sunday.  Barcelona will look to add yet another domestic trophy to their collection when they take on Sevilla, on territory no longer part of Spain.  The trophy will be a one-off match played at the Stade Ibn Batouta in Tangier, Morocco.   

Sevilla must hope a change of country can help them upset the odds after a chastening 5-0 defeat by Barcelona in the final of the Copa del Rey in April. With Barca having won both the league and the cup, Sevilla provide the opposition once again.  The only major Spanish honour Barca have not won in the last four seasons was the league title in 2017, lost to Real Madrid.   
They have been less dominant in the Supercopa, beating Sevilla in 2016 but losing to Athletic Bilbao in 2015 and Madrid 12 months ago.

Shaded Summer

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Vitaly Evorovsky

Justin Theroux

Gregor Traber

 Jair Mesquita

Jefferson West

 Kacey Carrig

Kennen Miller

Kevin Falk

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