“Based on the decision of the ITF and their factual findings, we hope to see Maria back on court and will continue to partner with her.”Sharapova received a two year suspension on Wednesday from the ITF after testing positive for meldonium, a drug that was recently banned by the organization. Although the ITF said she didn’t purposefully break the rules, it found she was at “very significant fault” for failing to stay abreast of changes to the banned substances list.Related: Maria Sharapova banned for two years over meldonium drug useNike and automaker Porsche suspended their sponsorship deals with Sharapova in March after she first announced that she had failed a drug test at the Australian Open. But sports equipment company HEAD, stuck with her, saying it believes she made an “honest mistake.”Another sponsor, the Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer part of the LVMH (LVMHF) group halted negotiations in March over renewing a sponsorship deal with Sharapova.
SourceOpen the console between the front two seats in the Honda Civic. At the bottom of the console you’ll see a small box with “USB” on it with a small cable extending from it. At the end of the cable is a USB port for connecting an iPod or iPhone.
Making cards using a Cricut Personal Cutting Machine is not only easy but it is fun to create homemade cards using your imagination and creativity. One reason I like making cards is that you can make homemade cards personalized, with the recipient in mind. Card ideas come relatively easy when you are thinking about the person you want to give the card too.
For virtually every player, trying to reduce the game down to a straightforward goal of just hitting the green in regulation can pay huge advantages in improving their score. Especially when you understand that missing the green is the same as a 1 stroke penalty. 3 points submitted 19 days ago.
Continue reading this postFABLE FIGHT: Mirror Mirror vs. Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale.
The Boy with the Topknot is repeated on BBC Two on Saturday 18th August at 9.45pm and on BBC iPlayer as part of the Big British Asian Summer on the BBC. It is an an adaptation of Sathnam Sanghera’s memoir of family, love, life, career and the discovery of his parents’ secret battle with his father’s and sister’s mental illness. The book was adapted by Mick Ford for the screen..