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Despite leading Panthers’ massive turnaround, Quenneville misses out on Jack Adams Award
06/17/2021 6:58pm

Joel Quenneville has led one of the NHLs most extreme turnarounds in his two seasons with the Florida Panthers and it made him a finalist for the Jack Adams Award, Click to Continue

From the Beast to Friedo to Captain Curtis, here’s what happened to local radio hosts
06/17/2021 4:03pm

One spends his days at his Kendall home, playing Mr. Mom and selling stocks. Another sells medical equipment. Another earns a paycheck working at a Palm Beach car dealership. With Click to Continue

Dad’s a manager. Son’s a jack of all trades. Their careers converge with the Marlins
06/17/2021 3:40pm

The back fields of Jupiters Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium complex, the spring training home of the Miami Marlins, hold a little extra meaning for Luis Dorante Sr. and Luis Dorante Click to Continue

Here’s what else has to go right (besides Tua) to keep Miami Dolphins’ momentum going | Opinion
06/17/2021 3:03pm

Been a long time coming, but the sense of a franchise and team trending upward is palpable. The Miami Dolphins are in the midst of a smartly calculated rebuild that Click to Continue

Inter Miami coach Phil Neville addresses Pizarro rumors, Higuain’s cigarette quote
06/17/2021 1:50pm

Inter Miami coach Phil Neville spoke with the media for the first time in three weeks Thursday, following the MLS international break, and squashed rumors that playmaker Rodolfo Pizarro is Click to Continue


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Dressel Wins, But Manuel Fails to Advance in Swim Stunner
06/18/2021 1:45am

Caeleb Dressel locked up his spot for Tokyo, where hes expected to be one of the biggest stars in the Olympic pool.Simone Manuel got left behind.In the biggest surprise yet at the U.S. swimming trials, the defending Olympic womens champion in the 100-meter freestyle failed to advance from the semifinals Thursday night.Manuel, who tied for the gold at the Rio Olympics to become the first Black female ever to win an individual swimming event, finished fourth in the first semifinal heat at 54.17 seconds.She just missed a spot in Friday nights final when five swimmers went faster in the second semifinal heat, with Erika Brown taking the eighth spot in 54.15 two-hundredths faster than Manuel.There were no such concerns for Dressel, who romped to victory in the mens 100 free in 47.39. He finally got a chance to shine on Day 5 of the trials after a long week of waiting. When Dressel saw a 1 beside his name, he hopped on the lane rope, splashed the water and pumped his arms to whip up the crowd. Its a huge weight off my shoulders, Dressel said. Im excited to get the job done and move forward.In the wake of Michael Phelps retirement, Dressel has emerged as the next big thing in mens swimming. After winning two golds medals at the 2016 Rio Games, he really shined at the last two world championships.In 2017, Dressel captured seven gold medals in Budapest joining Phelps and Mark Spitz as the only swimmers to win that many races at a major international meet. Dressel followed up with six golds and two silvers at the 2019 championships in Gwangju, becoming only the second swimmer to take as many as eight medals after Phelps.A giant picture of Dressel adorns the outside of the downtown Omaha arena where the trials are being held.All the fluff that comes with it, your name on the building, is cool, he said. But it adds a little bit different pressure to it.While Dressel isnt expected to swim enough events in Tokyo to challenge Phelps record of eight golds from the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he could be in the mix for as many seven medals if hes included on all the relays.Dressel isnt thinking that far ahead. Hes still got two more individual events at the trials, and hes heavily favored in both. You cant win five, six or seven medals if you dont qualify for the events, he said. Im focused on qualifying right now.A fading star of the American team is still in the mix for Tokyo. Thirty-six-year-old Ryan Lochte advanced to the final of the 200 individual medley, his only realistic chance to qualify for his fifth Olympics and redeem himself for the embarrassment of Rio, where he lied about being robbed at gunpoint during a boisterous night on the town.But Lochte has his work cut out for him. Michael Andrew dominated the semifinals with a time of 1:55.26 fastest in the world this year. Lochte was the sixth-fastest qualifier at 1:58.65, nearly 3 1/2 seconds behind Andrew. Only the top two will make the Olympic team Friday.At least Lochte made it to the final.Manuels failure to advance in the 100 free means she wont be in the mix for the relays, either. She still has a chance to qualify for the team in the 50 free an event she took silver in at Rio as part of a four-medal haul.Natalie Hinds and Olivia Smoliga were the top qualifiers in 53.55. Allison Schmitt, who already made the team in the 200 free, advanced to the final with the sixth-best time 54.08. In the mens 200 breaststroke, Nic Fink made the Olympics for the first time at age 27, winning with a time of 2:07.55 in a 1-2 finish with club teammate Andrew Wilson.Fink failed to finish in the top two at either the 2012 or 2016 trials, and he had another heartbreak with a third-place showing in the 100 breast this year.Now, finally, hes got his long-sought spot on the Olympic team.Its something I cant really describe, Fink said. Relief is only the beginning of what Im feeling right now. Its a long journey to come here. Ive had so much support and help. Im so grateful for this opportunity and to come back after getting third in the 100.Wilson, who swims with Fink on the Athens Bulldog Swim Club in Georgia, earned a likely second individual event at the Tokyo Games with a runner-up finish in 2:08.32. Wilson also finished second in the 100 breast.Its really fun to see it pay off for Andrew and I, Fink said.Kevin Cordes, who made the 2016 Olympic team in both breaststroke events, came up short this time. He was a distant fourth, nearly 2 seconds behind Wilson.Hali Flickinger won the 200 butterfly to expand her program for Tokyo. She already had a runner-up finish in the 400 individual medley.Flickinger finished seventh in the 200 fly at the Rio Olympics. Shes hoping to contend for a medal after moving to Arizona to swim for Bob Bowman, Its helped tremendously, and my swimming is really showing that, Flickinger said. I love the group that I train with every single day, along with Bob. Im relaly grateful.The U.S. team added another first-time Olympian when Bobby Finke of Clearwater, Florida won the mens 800 freestyle, an event that will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo. He covered 16 laps in 7:48.22, holding off runner-up Michael Brinegar 7:49.94. Ross Dant just missed an Olympic spot, finishing a mere 72-hundredths behind Brinegar in a thrilling finish.Olympic gold medalists Ryan Murphy and Lilly King were top qualifiers in their semifinals events. Murphy led the way in the 200 backstroke at 1:55.60, setting him up for another Olympic event after his win in the 100 back. He was a double gold-medalist in those races at Rio, and the American men havent lost a backstroke event since the 1992 Barcelona Games.Likewise, it was King advancing in the 200 breaststroke at 2:22.73, which she hopes to add to her Olympic schedule after winning the 100 breast. Follow Paul Newberry on Twitter at https://twitter.com/pnewberry1963 and his work can be found at https://apnews.com/search/paulnewberryMore AP Olympic coverage: https://www.apnews.com/OlympicGames and https://twitter.com/APSports

Osaka to Skip Wimbledon But Compete at Tokyo Olympics
06/17/2021 8:34pm

Naomi Osakas agent says the four-time Grand Slam champion will sit out Wimbledon and compete at the Tokyo Olympics.Stuart Duguid wrote Thursday in an email that Osaka is taking some personal time with friends and family. She will be ready for the Olympics and is excited to play in front of her home fans.Osaka, a 23-year-old who was born in Japan, withdrew from the French Open after the first round, saying she needed a mental health break.More AP tennis: https://apnews.com/hub/tennis and https://twitter.com/APSports

Miami Hurricanes Schedule Future Football Series With Auburn
06/17/2021 5:42pm

The Miami Hurricanes scheduled yet another football series with a power program from the Southeastern Conference on Thursday.The Canes will face the Auburn Tigers in a home-and-home series, with Miami hosting the first meeting on September 1, 2029 inside Hard Rock Stadium and traveling to Auburn, AL for the second game on August 31st, 2030.We remain committed to scheduling top programs for our non-conference games and these two matchups will be a terrific showcase for two passionate and tradition-rich fan bases, athletics director Blake James said in a statement.The teams have met 11 times before, but have not played since the 1984 season opener a 20-18 victory for Miami played in East Rutherford, NJ in the first game under former head coach Jimmy Johnson.Auburn won the last meeting in South Florida between the teams, a 3-0 victory in 1974, while Miami returned the favor with a 17-15 win during the 1978 season in their last visit.Miami has scheduled home-and-home series with SEC members Texas A&M 2022 and 2023, Florida 2024 and 2025 and South Carolina 2026 and 2027 while opening this season against Alabama on September 4th in Atlanta.

EA Sports Reveals ‘Madden 22' Cover With Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes
06/17/2021 2:46pm

Check Out EA Sports Madden 22 Cover With Brady and Mahomes originally appeared on NBC Sports BostonTampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes are two of the best players in the NFL, and on Thursday they were revealed as the cover athletes for the upcoming Madden NFL 22 videogame EA Sports.This years game will available on Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC and more. The release date is August20, 2021.Heres a look at this years cover featuring Brady and Mahomes:This is the second Madden cover for each player. Brady was on the cover of Madden NFL 18 when he was a member of the New England Patriots. Mahomes graced the cover of Madden NFL 20.The last time two athletes appeared on the cover came in 2010, when Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald were featured.It will be interesting to see if the Madden Curse impacts one or both of these superstar quarterbacks. If there is anyone who could beat that curse its definitely Brady.This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Portion of Miami Roadway Renamed to Honor Heat Legend Dwyane Wade
06/17/2021 2:36pm

Former Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade can add another honor to his resume: having a street named after him in downtown Miami.The Miami-Dade County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to designate a portion of Northeast 7th Street from Biscayne Boulevard to Northeast 2nd Avenue after the three-time NBA champion.Wades name will be on the roadway near the newly renamed FTX Arena, the home of the Heat.City commissioners in Miami approved the honor in February, but county commissioners also had to approve the renaming.Wade spent his first 13 seasons with the Heat and was a 12-time NBA All-Star and eight-time All-NBA honoree during that stint. He returned to Miami in February 2018 and retired after the following season, becoming the sixth player in franchise history to have his number retired during a ceremony in February 2020.

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