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Kit L.

Track and field is starting to look like this as well. I was just thinking...I wonder if there is a connection between PED use and sports where the key motion is more repetitious. Track (specifically running), cycling, and baseball all are having issues with this. (Thought-to-be) Relatively clean sports like basketball and tennis rely more on shot-making and creativity. This theory maybe doesn't hold up with regards to fighting sports, like boxing and MMA, which both have a history with PED's.

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Is this still good news for the JT-Ozouf fiber optic investment in Jersey? My house in the UK was linked up to broadband 20 years ago.
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