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Cloud Composing pulls off Preakness upset

Cloud Composing pulls off Preakness upset

The Preakness Stakes 2017 results are in, and Cloud Computing pulled off the upset. Cloud Computing won by a head and paid $28.80. The fast-paced middle leg of the Triple Crown shouldn't be as messy as the first at Churchill Downs. Castellano won for the second time. Yoshida added some global flair to the Preakness day undercard with a four-length victory in the $100,000 James W.



Anaheim Ducks Beat Predators in Overtime to Even Western Conference Finals

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf was fined $10,000 on Saturday for apparently using a homophobic slur during Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. Their offensive pressure exposed the weaknesses in Pekka Rinne's technical game over the last few games, and they will surely have factored that into their game plan for tonight.


Firmino's return may help Liverpool secure Champions League spot

Firmino's return may help Liverpool secure Champions League spot

Even after the familiar good finish to a season, the damage had already been done. "We are already in a good position, we are a club without financial problems but we always think it is good to think before we spend". Steve Agnew: We have to prepare for the game ahead. With so many permutations on scores, it's impossible to predict whether the play off scenario will actually occur, but the very real prospect will keep the fans of all three teams on the edge of their seats on Sunday ...


Always Dreaming of Preakness too

Always Dreaming of Preakness too

That doesn't guarantee victory, though, due to the numerous variables that could come into play. Some of the Preakness entrants are fresh after not running in the Derby, and that could pose a problem. Always Dreaming will be joined in the field by four Kentucky Derby starters - Lookin At Lee (2nd), Classic Empire (4th), Gunnevera (7th) and Hence (11th) - and five new faces on the Triple Crown trail - Cloud Computing , Conquest Mo Money , Multiplier , Senior Investment and ...



Maria Sharapova retires in Rome after French Open snub

While she is likely to get ample opportunity to try and climb her way back up the rankings in the months to follow, the road ahead for the 30-year-old Russian tennis ace looks bumpy for now as the challenges start emerging on her path. Revealing the governing body's decision on Tuesday evening (16 May), FFT president Bernard Giudicelli declared that "while there can be a wildcard for return from injury, there can't be a wildcard for return from doping".



Wenger warns Arsenal not to get carried away

He's very good in short space, and in the box. "It was a hard game, which we expected, but overall I believed in the second half we could score the goals which we did not in the first half, because we created space and it was a very convincing win".