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  • 28 Aug
    导出博客文章The last of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS)
    semifinals played out with a matchup between Team SoloMid (TSM) and Counter
    Logic Gaming (CLG). The rematch from last years spring split finals was highly
    anticipated before the players even hit the rift. It was TSMs recently gelled
    all-star lineup against CLG, the team with the largest chip on its shoulders. It
    was the former longtime CLG AD carry Yiliang Doublelift Peng against his
    successor, Trevor Stixxay Hayes. Finally, it was a battle between two of the
    most storied North American teams and franchises for the right to take down the
    NA LCS crown.In short, TSM and CLG did not live up to the hype. Despite all the
    talk about CLGs ability to fully utilize the strengths of the patch or Stixxays
    fearlessness and the teams improved coordination, it was a wash. TSM swept the
    series 3-0 and did so in a variety of ways: macro-oriented and patient play,
    team fight and execution, and lane dominance. It wasnt the Doublelift and
    Stixxay show match, but rather, the series of TSM as a team.S?ren Bjergsen Bjerg
    was a man on a mission. He was the consistent force behind every team fight, and
    he controlled the mid game with relative ease. Bjergsen had long been considered
    the best mid laner in North America, but he proved it time and time again. TSM
    entered every match with a winning lane before the horn sounded. Instead of
    Doublelift as the secondary source of damage, it was Kevin Hauntzer Yarnell, who
    was disruptive and dangerous. The combination of both Hauntzer and Bjergsen in
    fights eased the pressure of carrying off Doublelift. TSM rode their
    well-rounded attack -- and CLG -- out of the figurative building.TSM looked
    ready to fight and could be considered the favorite to capture the NA LCS
    championship. The title might very well be theirs to lose.TSM will play Cloud9
    in the NA LCS summer split finals on Aug. 28.
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    fast start, and the Sacramento Kings were never quite able to catch up.
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    Collaros, who threw four touchdown passes to lead the Toronto Argonauts (8-4) to
    a 33-27 win over the Calgary Stampeders (9-3) in front of 28,781 fans at McMahon
    Stadium. Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is thrilled to finally be receiving my gold
    medal after the woman who beat her to top spot at the 2011 world championship
    was stripped of her title due to a doping offence.Ennis-Hill, who announced her
    retirement from athletics last month, finished runner-up to Tatyana Chernova in
    Daegu five years ago.The Russian had her results in the two years immediately
    prior to her 2011 triumph annulled after a sample from the 2009 world
    championship was re-analysed and tested positive for a banned steroid.While last
    years initial sanction stripped Chernovas results up to 14 August, 2011, two
    weeks prior to beating Ennis-Hill in South Korea, the Court of Arbitration for
    Sport has ruled she must now forfeit her gold medal after an analysis of her
    biological passport dating back to 2009 showed evidence of blood doping.CAS said
    in a statement: All results achieved by Tatyana Chernova between 15 August,
    2011, and 22 July, 2013, are annulled and the athlete will forfeit any titles,
    awards, medals, points and prize and appearance money obtained during this
    period.Soon after the CAS statement came out, Ennis-Hill issued a message on
    Instagram alongside a picture of her and a celebrating Chernova in Daegu.She
    said: This image was forever imprinted in my mind! However much it drove me on
    for what I was about to achieve at my first Olympics in London, in my heart I
    just knew it was wrong. So happy to finally be receiving my gold medal. Triple
    World Champion WOW.The 30-year--old, the 2012 Olympic champion, claimed her
    other two heptathlon world golds at Berlin in 2009 and Beijing last
    year.ddddddddddddAs a consequence of the CAS ruling, Germanys Jennifer Oeser is
    set to be promoted from her third place finish while Polish athlete Karolina
    Tyminska will now be given a bronze medal from the 2011 championships.CAS
    decision means Chernova also loses her London 2012 bronze medal, with Lithuanias
    Austra Skujyte upgraded from fourth place.CAS also confirmed Chernova would be
    sanctioned with a period of ineligibility of three years and eight months,
    beginning on 5 February, 2016.However, the statement added: Ms Chernovas period
    of suspension from 22 July, 2013, until 21 July, 2015, previously imposed by the
    Russian Anti-doping Agency (RUSADA), is to be deducted from this sanction.Also
    included in Tuesdays statement were details of sanctions for Russian track duo
    Ekaterina Sharmina and Kristina Ugarova after blood doping was identified
    following analysis of their athlete biological passports.Sharminas ban is for
    three years, beginning on December 7, 2015, with all results achieved by the
    800m runner between June 17, 2011, and August 5, 2015, annulled.Ugarova, who
    competed over 1500m, must serve a suspension of two years, beginning on
    September 7, 2015, with all of her results annulled between June 26, 2012, and
    December 25, 2012. ' ' '