PANINI have won the rights for the Premier League’s official sticker album for the first time ever, beating Merlin to the punch.And it’s being released just in time for Christmas – on Thursday December 12.20 Arsenal’s best sticker in this year’s Panini book has got to be AubameyangAs the nation prepares to be swept up in sticker-collecting fever, we take a look at the most-sought-after stars from each team.From Virgil van Dijk and Harry Kane to Daniel James and N’Golo Kante, here’s who you’ll be desperate to swap for…ARSENAL – Pierre-Emerick AubameyangLeading from the front, club captain Auba is lightning fast and a fan favourite among the Emirates faithful.The goalscoring machine will be the perfect sticker to get in book…ASTON VILLA – Jack Grealish20 Grealish is a local hero and Villa’s top man holding England ambitions to bootHometown hero, Jack is living out his boyhood dream – and his passion is evident with every touch he takes on the pitch.Villa’s best player, it’s hard to see him missing out on an England call-up for much longer.BOURNEMOUTH – Callum Wilson20 Callum Wilson is the pride of the Bournemouth page in this year’s Panini albumProlific goalscorer Wilson proved his worth at the highest level when he was selected to play for England last year.Get him at Bournemouth while you can, with the likes of Chelsea thought to be on the prowl.BRIGHTON – Lewis Dunk20 Lewis Dunk is the top sticker in the Brighton deck this seasonThe heartbeat of his team, centre back Dunk isn’t just a defensive rock – he’s also a real threat in front of goal.On the radar of Leicester this summer, Seagulls fans are thrilled to keep Dunk in their team – and on their page of the Panini book.BURNLEY – Nick Pope20 Pope is one of two goalkeepers to be the standout sticker for their team this yearPope’s seized his return to the first team, overcoming long-term injury to cement his place between the sticks.An England squad regular, Pope has been key in some huge wins for the Turf Moor side this term.CHELSEA – N’Golo Kante20 No surprise here, N’Golo Kante is the No1 sticker on the Chelsea spreadThe World Cup-winning French midfielder’s engine is tireless in the pursuit of more trophies for his team.The first name on the Blues’ teamsheet – will he be the first in your sticker book?CRYSTAL PALACE – Wilfried Zaha20 Will this be the last year Zaha wears a Crystal Palace shirt?Talisman Zaha is a stalwart at Selhurst Park and can never be underestimated on the pitch.Another who could be on the way out of his club, grab him in an Eagles shirt while you still can.EVERTON – Lucas Digne20 Lucas Digne is the top dog in Everton’s page of the Panini albumA committed left-back who’s not afraid to get into attacking positions, you can see why Digne was Everton’s Player of the Season last year.He’ll look to make it two in a row as the Toffess battle to avoid relegation in life after Marco Silva.LEICESTER – Jamie Vardy20 Goal-mad Jamie Vardy is still the main man at Leicester CityVardy’s already gained hero status at the King Power stadium, and he’s an early contender for this season’s Golden Boot.He’s now scored in eight games in a row in pursuit of breaking his own record of 11.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict West Ham, Man Utd vs Everton and Arsenal vs Man City scores this coming weekend and win £100LIVERPOOL – Virgil van Dijk20 Van Dijk has beaten Salah, Mane, Firmino and Co to the top spot on Liverpool’s pageReds fans would argue that the Dutch defender is peerless in the steel and style he shows on the pitch… and few could disagree.Unlucky not to win the Ballon d’Or this month, at the expense of Lionel Messi, VVD will hope to add a Premier League crown to his Champions League title.MAN CITY – Kevin De Bruyne20 Kevin De Bruyne is the No1 star in a squad of superstars, say PaniniIn a team of stars, KDB’s long-range shooting ability and gloriously silky passing skills make him a stand-out player.The Belgian will be the star man to grab on the City spread.MAN UTD – Daniel James20 Daniel James has instantly become top boy at Man Utd this seasonForget Paul Pogba, David De Gea and Anthony Martial…Blistering pace make Welsh winger James a wizard in midfield, and his form this season has been a complete revelation.NEWCASTLE – Sean Longstaff20 Sean Longstaff is a local hero at Newcastle and is the No1 sticker to grabOne of two Longstaff brothers in the squad, Sean is a homegrown talent and already a Tyneside favourite.He’s made a difference at crucial points in games this season having stayed at the club amidst interest from Man Utd in the summer.NORWICH – Teemu Pukki20 Teemu Pukki has enjoyed a stellar start to 2018-19 and is Norwich’s No1Bursting onto the Premier League scene this season, the Finnish striker is always a threat in the box.He’ll be hoping to recapture the form that saw him storm up the Golden Boot ranks early doors as the Canaries fight to avoid the drop.SHEFFIELD UNITED – Dean Henderson20 Dean Henderson joins Pope as the only other goalkeeper on this listHenderson’s steady performances in goal have made the transition to the Premier League that bit smoother for his Blades teammates.The Man Utd loanee has already been called into England’s senior set-up this season thanks to his solid form.SOUTHAMPTON – Nathan Redmond20 Nathan Redmond is the exciting star leading the Saints’ Panini pageWing wizard Redmond makes his presence known in all areas of the pitch – and loves charging forward.Saints will need every ounce of his energy as they battle to stay in the top-flight.TOTTENHAM – Harry Kane20 England captain, Spurs star – Kane will be a prized possession for any fanGoal-machine Kane is thrilling to watch, terrifying to play against, and a true star of Panini’s Football 2020.The England captain, this will be one of any football fan’s most-prized stickers.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsWATFORD – Gerard Deulofeu20 Gerard Deulofeu is the main man at struggling Watford this seasonOften surprising, always exhilarating…The skills of the Hornets’ Spanish maestro are an absolute joy to watch.WEST HAM – Issa Diop20 Issa Diop gets the nod as Panini’s No1 star at West Ham this seasonA towering talent at the heart of the East London side’s defence, Diop offers aerial presence and real leadership at the back.WOLVES – Raul Jiminez20 Raul Jiminez is leading the line for Wolves both on and off the pitchThe Mexican hotshot is the figurehead of a Wolves side striving for both domestic and European success.*The stickers will be available in packs of five stickers as standard (RPP 70p), and a starter pack (RRP £3.99) will be also be available, which includes: 25 stickers and a sticker album!The stickers are available from all good retailers. To find out more about the Panini 2019/20 Premier League sticker collection, head to the website.Panini release the official 2018 FIFA World Cup sticker collection
Sick Pay GuaranteedEnter Rent and Mortgage holidays Put a Business Support package in place to protect employment and businesses Make all private health care beds available for free Communicate a clear strategy @BorisJohnson you must act now!– Gary Neville (@ GNev2) March 17, 2020 Gary Neville has charged British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for failing to act against the coronavirus pandemic that affects the entire planet. Johnson, advised by the Scientific adviser to the United Kingdom, Patrick Vallance, recommended not to go to bars, pubs and theaters to avoid infections, but these measures are not enough for the former player of the Manchester United, who does not understand how he still has to take his children to school, since the schools are still open: “This is about safety. By the way, don’t go to restaurants, bars and theaters, but take your children to school.”That was the first of many tweets in which the former English soccer player complained about the measures taken, calling Johnson a charlatan: “Anyway, he’s going to close the schools in a few days. He’s a quack!” Neville calls for the British government to get down to work and offer guaranteed health benefits, extend rents and mortgages, put a business support package to protect jobs and businesses, make all private healthcare facilities available free beds and communicate a clear strategy: “Boris Johnson, you must act now!” I hear what you’re saying but all our kids are being told to go to school tomorrow and I’ve just witnessed the St Patrick’s day parade as I drove through Manchester! Never seen such conflicting news: reports! No leadership at all in this country @BorisJohnson https://t.co/1jgmoUx8Pz– Gary Neville (@ GNev2) March 15, 2020Finally and responding to the former president of the U.S, Barack Obama, the former player and commentator again charged against the Prime Minister: “I understand what you are saying but all of our children have been told to go to school tomorrow and I just witnessed the St. Patrick’s Day parade as I drove to Manchester. I have never seen such conflicting news. Reports! There is no leadership in this country”.
More support for FIFA candidate InfantinoGENEVA (AP):Gianni Infantino is having the best week of any FIFA presidential candidate for public pledges of support to succeed Sepp Blatter, and got South America on his side on Thursday.The 10-nation body known as CONMEBOL said in a statement that its executive committee agreed to give the UEFA general secretaryunanimous support in the February 26 election.On Monday, Infantino was backed by the seven federations from Central America, and Trinidad and Tobago also endorsed him on Thursday despite mistakenly referring in its video message to him as “Giovanni” Infantino.Infantino can count on a big majority of the 53 members in Europe – already giving him more than 70 of the 209 FIFA votes if public promises hold up in the polling booths in Zurich.A two-thirds majority of eligible voters is required to win in the first round, and a simple majority will clinch the presidency in subsequent rounds.English FA boss leaving over reformsLONDON (AP):The English Football Association chairman, who set the national team a target of winning the World Cup by 2022, is leaving in July.Greg Dyke announced yesterday that he will not stand for re-election this year because of friction which he expects will result from attempts to modernise the FA’s decision-making structures.”I had already decided that if no reform was possible, I was going to leave anyway this summer, a position I had shared with a number of colleagues,” Dyke said. “What I now see is that even if we get the reform through, which will be a difficult and divisive process, although essential, I am probably not the best person to pick up the pieces following the inevitable discord.”Since arriving at the FA in 2013, the former BBC director general has been trying to ensure that England has a pool of players capable of turning England into World Cup winners for the first time since 1966.Dyke has also been a leading critic of Sepp Blatter at FIFA.Sri Lanka recall FernandoCOLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP):Fast bowler Dilhara Fernando has been surprisingly recalled by Sri Lanka after more than three years out, for three Twenty20 matches against India next month, Sri Lanka Cricket said yesterday.The 36-year-old Fernando last played for Sri Lanka in July 2012.Sri Lanka Cricket says Dinesh Chandimal will lead the team as Lasith Malinga is out injured.Seniors Angelo Mathews, Nuwan Kulasekara, Rangana Herath, and seam bowler Nuwan Pradeep will also miss the series due to injuries.The series, preparation for the World Twenty20 which will also be held in India, begins on February 9 in Pune.Squad: Dinesh Chandimal (captain), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Seekuge Prasanna, Milinda Siriwardana, Dhanushka Gunathilaka, Thisara Perera, Dasun Shanaka, Asela Gunaratne, Chamara Kapugedera, Dushmantha Chameera, Dilhara Fernando, Kasun Rajitha, Binura Fernando, Sachithra Senanayake and Jeffrey Vandersay.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen 1 Liverpool and Manchester City have been put on high alert after it emerged that Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen could leave this summer.According to German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, the 24-year-old held talks with Barca this week to discuss his status at the club.Ter Stegen arrived from Borussia Monchengladbach two years ago but he has so far played just seven times in the league for the Spanish side.Claudio Bravo is Luis Enrique’s first-choice keeper and it has been reported that Ter Stegen is growing frustrated at a lack of first-team action.Both City and Liverpool have been linked with the Germany international, and they have been boosted by the news that he may be ready to move on.However, he will not come cheap. Ter Stegen is under contract until 2019 and it has been suggested that Barca will only sell should someone meet his £67m release clause.
Recipients from County Donegal receiving their High Achiever’s Award from the Royal Irish Academy of Music at the Waterside Theatre, Derry on Sunday last, from Theresa Doyle, Local Centre Manager, Royal Irish Academy of Music (second from left) and Dr. Jennifer McCay, Chair of Senior Examiners, Royal Irish Academy of Music (second from right). From left are Aisling Sharkey, Kincasslagh, Marie McGirr, Donegal Town, Lara Sweeney, Ardagh, Ceolan McMullian, Ballyshannon and Ciaran Traynor, Ballybofey.It was showtime for talented students from across the county who were presented with medals of achievement from the Royal Irish Academy of Music at a special concert held at the Waterside Theatre in Derry.Donegal winners included Lara Sweeney, Ceolan McMullin, Aisling Sharkey, Sarah Ponsoby, Niall Hannigan, Laura Kealey, Niamh Harkin and Jessica O’Brien. The Ulster RIAM High Achiever Award 2014 winners received their medals for outstanding results in music and speech and drama exams held during the summer.The RIAM High Achievers concerts represent a selection of the talent from the 43,000 students that were examined at the Local Centre Exams in the past year.The concerts are one of the highlights of the RIAM calendar because they provide an opportunity to celebrate all the talented students around Ireland and also to acknowledge the hard work of the students, teachers and parents.Among the award winners were members of the Donegal Chamber Orchestra, Donegal Youth Orchestra, Intermediate Orchestra and the Errigal Groove Orchestra. Concert performers on the day included: Lara Sweeney (aged 16) from Crumlin, Ardara performed “Fantaisie Impromptu” by Andre Jolivet, and “Sarabande et Allegro” by Gabriel Grovlez on the alto saxophone.Aisling Sharkey (aged 16) from Cruit Island, Kincasslagh sang “Se Tu M’Ami” by Pergolesi and “Think of Me” from “Phantom of the Opera” by Andrew Lloyd Webber.Marie McGirr (aged 11) from Drumenny, Donegal Town performed “Cloche Des Matines Op. 109 no. 9” by J.F. Burgmuller and “Butterfly” by Edward Grieg on the piano.Ceolan McMullin (aged 16) from Ballyshannon performed “Mazurka in C major OP. 67 no. 3” by Chopin and “Nálada OP.41 no. 139” by Fibich on the piano.Ciaran Traynor (aged 12) from Ballybofey performed “When the Rain Song Begins” by Manfred Schwitz and “Tocatina” by Dmitri Kabalevsky on the piano. Aoife Walsh (aged 15) from Glenmakee, Carndonagh performed “The Liberty Bell” by J. P. Sousa and “Call it a Day” by Pam Wedgwood” on the flute.Jessica O’Brien (aged 17) from Drumcarbiutt, Malin sang “Think of Me” from “Phantom of the Opera” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and “Behind These Hazel E.Aoife Walsh (Carndonagh) and Jessica O’Brien (Malin), pictured receiving their High Achiever’s Awards from the Royal Irish Academy of Music at the Waterside Theatre, Derry on Sunday last, from Theresa Doyle, Local Centre Manager, Royal Irish Academy of Music (left) and Dr. Jennifer McCay, Chair of Senior Examiners, Royal Irish Academy of Music.DONEGAL WINNERS AT THE RIAM ULSTER HIGH ACHIEVER AWARDS 2014 was last modified: November 25th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Derrydonegalhigher achiever awardsRoyal Irish Academy of Music
Antoine Griezmann has told Atletico Madrid he wants to leave the Vicente Calderon this summer, according to reports.The Spanish press claim Griezmann has made it clear he wishes to depart Atleti after three seasons with Diego Simeone’s side.The 26-year-old, who scored 16 LaLiga goals this season, has been heavily linked with a transfer to Premier League side Manchester United in recent months.Reports suggested a move would be on the cards as long as the Red Devils secured Champions League qualification, which they did by beating Ajax in the Europa League final.In reaction to those reports, Griezmann released a statement on social media website Twitter to claim ‘all the rumours are unfounded’ – downplaying the chances of a transfer.However, it appears a move is now likely, with the France forward asking to leave Atleti following the end of the Spanish football season. 1 Antoine Griezmann in training with the France national team
Dear Minister Reilly,My name is Una Farren, I’m from Culdaff Inishowen Co.Donegal.I was reading the article about proposed cuts in the Budget in the Irish Independent, on 23rd November 2011. To say I’m utterly disgusted is an understatement…..Just where do you plan to put the elderly people that are living, very happily I might add, in these Nursing Homes that you plan to close?My mother is 69, has severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, cannot even blow her own nose, has gone blind from effects of R.A.and up until last year I was her carer for the last 10 years. Having developed R.A. myself 7 years ago and along with thE constant heavy lifting and other matters in my private life, our Public Health Nurse got my mother admitted into our localCommunity Hospital in an emergency so I could have a rest for a week. Then after coming home again my mother was fine for about a week then started going downhill again and developed a cough and as she has Arthritis in her lungs I called the doctor to come out to the house as it was just too much to take her to the surgery, the doctor came down and immediately rang for an ambulance and my mother was taken up to Letterkenny Hospital to be checked out as she was on certain tablets etc… After seeing my mother the nurse’s in Letterkenny asked us who was caring for her, I told them I was and they said she neededfull time medical care and rang our local Community Hospital and were told they had a bed the next day so we took my mother home that night and up the next day.After that I was talking to my Public Health Nurse and she told me I was about a month away from having a mental breakdown so I was so relieved to realise that my back wasn’t going to break after all and that I didn’t need to be in the house constantly as my mother needed an eye drop every hour for the last year and a half I cared for my mother.So in having people in Nursing Homes is taking the load off the people left to care for them, some elderly people (like my mother) need to be around constant medical care as she is always getting a flare up so what do you intend to do for people like her ?So in order to save money your thinking of closing Nursing Homes….so what about all these ridiculous enormous pensions all these ex-ministers are getting? For example Brian Cowen is getting €150,000 a year and as he’s only 51 he’ll get this for years to come and what did he do for us ? Well let’s see he was Minister of Health about 10 years ago..oh yeah that’s the time my mother spent a year in a wheelchair because she was waiting for a knee operation. Then he was Minister for Finance ..oh yeah that’s when he handed out too much money every year in the budget and ended up nearly bankrupting our country and THEN he gets voted into the Taoiseach’s job and turns out to be the most hated Taoiseach EVER, yeah and he’s getting ,€150,000 a year that’s so fair..Then there’s Bertie Ahern, who’s getting €152,331 a year for also bankrupting the country and giving the property developers lots of tax breaks so they could keep on throwing up houses and flats and making lots of money.Then there’s Mary Harney, who’s getting €129,805 a year for being completely useless, introducing the HSE who are just a crowd of suits who don’t give a toss about the sick, wrecked the health system and went on fancy trips at the tax payers expense to get her hair done.Why are these people being paid these extravagant amount of money when the elderly are being tossed out of places they love just to save a few euro for the government ?? Are you going to line up the elderly and shoot them when they reach a certain age because what else are you going to do?I bet you there’s not one person in government at the moment that has an elderly relative in a Nursing Home in fear of being closed or in one of the many Community Hospital’s around the country that are being threatened with closure by the wonderful HSE.We voted Fine Gael in the last General Election because we thought it would be a new start but from what I see so far you are not much better than Fianna Fail.Una Farren.DAUGHTER’S ANGRY OPEN LETTER TO MINISTER FOR HEALTH was last modified: January 12th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:culdaffInishowenMInister for Health James ReillyUna Farren
This weekend sees the 20th anniversary reunion of the First Irish Ascent of Everest (and the first British ascent via the North Ridge), taking place at Gartan Outdoor Education Centre.Dason StelfoxTwenty years ago, on Thursday 27th May 1993, Dawson Stelfox, expedition leader, climbing with the unflagging support of the full expedition team and base camp staff, and family and friends at home, arrived at the summit during a brief window of good weather.All expedition members, except Richard O’Neill-Dean, now living in New Zealand, will be at Gartan, along with base camp managers, expedition doctors, support trekkers, families and friends. Robbie Fenlon, climbing team member who was a mountaineering instructor at Gartan at the time of the expedition, will be returning for the event.Also attending is Lorna Siggins, Irish Times reporter who, without the benefit of internet and mobile communication, reported regularly to an anxious audience at home.Lorna’s book on the expedition, Everest Calling – Ascent of the Dark Side: The Mallory-Irvine Ridge, has recently been updated by both Lorna and expedition climber Dermot Somers. Everest Calling – The Irish Journey recalls this ground breaking success, and chronicles the many Irish achievements since.The expedition members, and Gartan Director and President of Mountaineering Ireland, Ursula MacPherson, also extend their congratulations to Letterkenny man Jason Black on his achievement in successfully reaching the summit of Everest, via the North Ridge, earlier this week. Ursula also took the opportunity to pay tribute to Namgyal Sherpa, who she climbed with on Shishapangma, an 8,000 metre peak in Tibet. Namgyal died last week on the summit ridge of Everest, while descending from his 10th summit.A champion of protecting the Himalayan environment, a first class climber and guide for many seeking to achieve their dreams on Everest, Namgyal was a highly respected member of the Sherpa and climbing community.His death again emphasizes the commitment and risks that Sherpas make in supporting climbers of all nationalities, without which most modern day ascents would not be possible. Rest in Peace Namgyal. MOUNTAIN TEAM WHO CONQUERED EVEREST CELEBRATE 20TH ANNIVERSARY AT GARTAN was last modified: May 24th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Col. Chris Hadfield is certainly earning his keep as tourism ambassador with this beautiful picture posted from Malin Head today.Picture posted by @Cmdr_Hadfield – The Wild Atlantic Way“A sunset like no other, unbeaten January beauty on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Like standing in a painting.”The retired Canadian astronaut was astronomically impressed with the Malin Head view commenting, “You don’t even see light this beautiful in space”. With more than a thousand retweets and favourites, Chris’ picture is promoting Donegal’s natural beauty as it rockets throughout the Twittersphere.Chris seems to have taken a shine to the Inishowen locals where he is now enjoying a traditional music session in McGrory’s, Culdaff.Col. Hadfield with Inishowen musiciansPhoto: @McGrorysCuldaffBefore the space jam, Chris had lunch in Harry’s Restaurant in Bridgend and visited a Buncrana school to learn some Irish, as he famously tweeted ‘as Gaeilge’ from space last year. STUNNING – COL. CHRIS POSTS STELLAR MALIN PIC was last modified: January 13th, 2014 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:astronautchrisHadfieldInishowen
A total of 26 athletes who were 2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee Champions are set to compete at this weekend’s USA Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif., June 21-25.Of those 26 Relays champions competing this week, 14 are from the University/College Division while 12 other competed in the Rio Olympic Rematch Events and other invitational competitions. Below are the 2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee Champions that are competing at the USA Outdoor Championships and the events in which they will be competing Kurtis Brondyke – DecathlonBrittany Brown – Iowa – 200mDani Bunch – Shot PutBrandon Carnes – UNI – 100m/200mKaela Edwards – Oklahoma State – 1,500mReed Fischer – Drake – 10,000mAlexa Gochenour – HeptathlonEmily Grove – South Dakota – Pole VaultKeni Harrison – 100mHJanee’ Kassanavoid – Kansas State – Hammer ThrowSam Kendricks – Pole VaultAaron Mallett – Iowa – 110mHLaShawn Merritt – 200m/400mDeShawn Marshall – Ohio State – 200mGeorganne Moline – 400mHSandi Morris – Pole VaultClayton Murphy – 800m/1,500mCraig Nowak – Oklahoma State – 1,500mAlyssa Olin – North Dakota State – JavelinHope Schmelzle – NIU – SteeplechaseJenny Simpson – 1,500mMichael Stigler – 400mHChristian Taylor – Triple JumpDavid Timlin – Indiana State – 1,500mReno Tuufuli – Iowa – DiscusLuke Winder – North Central – Pole Vault Print Friendly Version Story Links USA Championship Schedule Live Results