Online tournament – FSC Clan Tue, 20 Sep 2022 22:45:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Online tournament – FSC Clan 32 32 Tom Hardy stuns the people of Milton Keynes as he enters a local jiu-jitsu tournament and wins | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television Tue, 20 Sep 2022 21:56:31 +0000

Tom Hardy, 45, shocked the people of Milton Keynes when he stood up to take part in a martial arts tournament over the weekend. The Dark Knight Rises actor amazed fans even more when he won the competition.

Tom created quite a buzz when he competed in the Ultimate Martial Arts Championship (UMAC) Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Open 2022, at Oakgrove School in the city of Buckinghamshire.

The Mad Max star, who is an accomplished blue belt in Jiu-Jitsu, won a gold medal after showing off his impressive moves.

The actor was dressed in a blue jiu-jitsu gi which, when opened, revealed the many tattoos covering his chest.

The star eventually beat his final opponent, securing his victory in the competition with an arm bar submission.

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The film, directed by Gavin O’Connor, centers on a pair of brothers who are mixed martial arts fighters and also stars Joel Edgerton.

Tom’s latest rival in the competition, Andy Leatherland, went on to tell the publication that the movie star had been “very focused” and “absolutely solid” throughout the tournament.

“The intensity that he brought to his movie roles, he brought it. He didn’t say a word, he didn’t say anything,” Andy said.

Speaking of his defeat, he continued: “I made a mistake and he took advantage of it. He absolutely nailed it, and he replaced me, and it was over pretty quickly.”

According to Essential Jiu Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is “a primarily ground-based martial art, using the principles of leverage, angles, pressure, and timing, along with knowledge of human anatomy, to to achieve a non-violent submission of his adversary.

“Unlike other martial arts which focus on striking and/or kicking, jiu-jitsu focuses on close contact grips and grappling techniques, and the application of chokeholds and joint manipulations.

Tom is an award-winning actor who made his film debut in Ridley Scott’s Black Hawk Down in 2001.

He won BAFTA’s Rising Star Award in 2011 and was nominated for the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 2015 for his performance in The Revenant.

Annual Cape Cod Community Health Center Golf Tournament Raises $83,000 Mon, 19 Sep 2022 14:00:01 +0000

BOURNE, MA – The Community Health Center hosted its 22nd annual golf tournament at Pocasset Golf Club on Monday, September 12.

More than 120 golfers participated in the event, raising funds to support the community health center’s mission to improve the health of the community by providing comprehensive, high quality, and compassionate health care to all, regardless of their ability to pay.

The tournament raised over $83,000 for Community Health Center programs and services, the highest amount in the event’s history.

“We are beyond grateful for the outpouring of support that helped make this year’s golf tournament a great success,” said Karen Gardner, Executive Director of the Community Health Center. “This event allows the CHC to provide access to essential holistic services for the patients we serve, providing connections to resources for patients with food or housing insecurity, helping individuals obtain health insurance, providing translation services and establishing engagement with a care team. to help manage chronic and dynamic illnesses.

The Community Health Center is grateful for the generous community support for this event, including platinum sponsors Cape Cod Five and Slade Mortgage, and gold sponsors: BizChecks Payroll, Bowdoin Construction Corp., Chapman Funeral & Cremation, Chart Room, Dr. R. Bruce and Ms. Mady Donoff, Foundations Group Recovery Centers, Hilb Group, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, MEDCOM Architectural Group, Northland Residential and Raponi Drywall & Plastering.

Priscilla Geraghty, Dave Morrill, Megan Patrick and John Wenzel placed first in the women’s/mixed division. Michael Dias, Ben Hixon, Paul Kelly and Al Stanton placed first in the men’s division.

More information about the Community Health Center Golf Tournament can be found at

The Community Health Center is a federally licensed non-profit health center. Their mission is to improve the health of our community by providing comprehensive, high quality, and compassionate health care to all, regardless of their ability to pay. Services include primary and preventative care, dental care, behavioral health, pharmacy, optometry, women’s health, substance use disorder treatment services and telehealth, in Mashpee, Falmouth , Bourne, Sandwich and Centerville. Visit CHC online at

Chess genius denies using anal beads to cheat during tournament Sat, 17 Sep 2022 15:53:53 +0000

If you think chess is boring, you might change your mind when you hear about a recent controversy involving a professional player and a set of vibrating anal beads.

Before getting to the heart of the matter, let’s first explain how we got here. It all started when 19-year-old chess grandmaster Hans Niemann managed to beat five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen, 31.

Despite Carlsen being the strongest player and Neilmann being the lowest in the competitor standings, the teenager knocked out his opponent in the third round of this year’s Sinquefield Cup tournament in St Louis.

Shortly after the clash result, Carlsen mysteriously withdrew from the championship, which comes with an aggregate prize pool of $350,000 (£300,000).

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “I have pulled out of the tournament. I have always loved playing @STLChessClub and hope to be back in the future.”

Along with the caption, Carlsen shared an encrypted clip of football manager José Morinho saying, “If I talk, I’m in big trouble.”

Rumors of cheating quickly began to circulate, particularly after tournament organizers tightened security measures and checked Neimann thoroughly before his next match – although they found nothing on him.

By now you’re probably wondering where anal beads come in.

Well, after Niemann’s victory, Canadian grandmasters Eric Hansen and Aman Hambleton speculated in a Twitch stream if he hid a vibrating version of the sex toy in his shoe to offer cues indicating the correct moves to make.

And it didn’t take long for the idea to come to life on social media, with none other than Tesla CEO Elon Musk stepping into the controversy.

Elon Musk joked about the rumors in a now-deleted tweet. Credit: Twitter/Elon Musk

Sharing an edited version of a quote from philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, he wrote in a now-deleted tweet: “Talent hits a target no one else can hit, genius hits a target no one else can see (because it’s in your ass).”

These claims were backed up by lower-rated allegations that Neimann once cheated in a online tournament series when he was younger.

The 19-year-old newcomer has since addressed the accusations in a lengthy interview.

Speaking in the five-hour stream posted on the Saint Louis Chess Club, he admitted to cheating in online games when he was a young teenager, which he called an “absolutely ridiculous mistake”.

Neimann went on to say that never in his life had he cheated in a board game – that is, in real life – and never in an online tournament for a cash prize other than when he was 12 years old.

Hans Niemann has strongly denied the sex toy rumors.  Credit: YouTube/ Saint Louis Chess Club
Hans Niemann has strongly denied the sex toy rumors. Credit: YouTube/ Saint Louis Chess Club

“I admit it and I’m telling my truth because I don’t want any misrepresentation,” he explained. “I’m proud of myself for learning from that mistake and now giving it my all in chess.”

The grandmaster said he was ‘deeply sorry’ for mistakes he made in the past and ‘suffered the consequences’ of his actions, including a recent ban from and its tournaments .

Regarding the recent rumours, he said it was a “targeted attack” designed to “ruin” his chess career. He also said he would be willing to play “naked” to prove his innocence.

Going into more detail on Twitter, he wrote: “The silence of my critics clearly speaks for itself. If there was real evidence, why not show it?”

The streamer also tagged grandmaster Hikaru Nakamura, who previously suggested Carlsen dropped out of the tournament because Neimann was “probably cheating.”

Neimann said, “@GMHikaru has continued to completely ignore my interview and is trying to sweep everything under the rug. Is anyone going to take responsibility for the damage he caused?”

Although the allegations are yet to be confirmed, maintains its position on the situation.

In the end, Niemann was knocked out of the Sinquefield Cup by player Fabiano Caruana – but the aftermath of the anal beads rumor continues to unfold. vibrate among the chess community today.

Ridgeland Hosts Boss Tactix Youth Fishing Tournament at Ross Barnett Reservoir Fri, 16 Sep 2022 13:50:50 +0000

Ridgeland is hosting the Bass Tactix Youth Fishing Tournament at Madison Landing on Saturday September 17th.

The event will host three hundred participants from across the region for a weekend of competition on Barnett Reservoir.

Media are invited to attend the tournament weigh-in on Saturday, September 17 at 2 p.m. at Madison Landing in Ridgeland.

Bass Tactix is ​​a Christian-based youth bass fishing tournament trail affiliated with the Bass Federation and the Fishers of Men Tournament Trail. For more information, visit

The Bass Tactix Tournament provides scholarships and learning opportunities for young anglers. In addition, the Bass Tactix Tournament attracts hundreds of families to visit the town of Ridgeland and is proof of the opportunities for high quality outdoor sports in the community.

For more information on Bass Tactix and how to sign up, click here.

Event date

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Event time

7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.



UPDATE: Chess grandmaster suspects anal beads could be at center of tournament cheating allegations Wed, 14 Sep 2022 13:32:17 +0000

You may recall last week that a massive allegation of cheating shook the chess world to its core when world chess champion Magnus Carlsen withdrew from the Sinquefield Cup after suggesting that his opponent, Hans Niemann was cheating.

At the time, I wasn’t necessarily shocked that cheating would happen in a game like chess, but rather bemused about the logistics of how it could be executed. Sure, cheating in an online chess game is as easy as running a few algorithms on the computer, but above all, chess? It has to be a little more complicated, a little more subtle, a little more…hidden.

And at least according to chess grandmaster Hikaru Nakamura, a set of vibrating anal beads could **allegedly** be the culprit.

“An anal bead would probably beat the engine…I told you it was a prostate massage. But I’m no expert in that.”

There comes a certain point in every athlete’s life when they have to ask themselves “how badly do I really want this”. There are thousands of people who all have the same dream as you: to one day be the best in the world. And you have to find a way to give yourself an edge to stand out from the pack. Are you ready to train harder? Are you ready to prepare longer? Are you ready to **allegedly** shove anal beads up your ass to win a chess tournament? If the answer to any of the above questions is no, then you will never be the best in the world. But those who want to be great? Those who NEED to be great? They will **allegedly** do whatever it takes.

Sidenote: Bishop is starting to look really suspicious right now. That, my friends, is 10,000% a catch.

Second men’s golf course with 18 holes to play at the Badger Invitational Tue, 13 Sep 2022 02:06:27 +0000

Verona, Wisconsin. – Paced by two newcomers to the individual top 10, the West Carolina men’s golf team sits in second place just three strokes off the pace after the first of a season-opening Badger Invitational in two weather-shortened rounds to be held at the par-72, 7,259-yard University Ridge golf course.

The rain that forced the cancellation of Sunday’s first round also limited golfers to just 18 holes on Monday, shortening the 54-hole event to just 36 in total to open the 2022 season.

Thomas, an Australian-born sophomore transferring from Indian Hills Community College, birdied a pair of front and back nines to counter a bogey on the par-3 fifth to shoot 3 under the par 69. He was joined by his teammate Pablo Hernandeza redshirted junior from Spain, within 3 as the transfer from Missouri Valley College had a much busier first round, countering four bogeys with five birdies and an eagle on the par-5 ninth for his 69.

Adam Hooker, a graduate transfer from High Point, is tied for 16th after shooting 1 under par 71, blocking three bogeys with four birdies to shoot 71 in his WCU debut. Rounding out the Catamount scoring five are fifth-year senior Louis Theys tied for 37th with a par 73 of 1 over and senior Magnus Pedersen tied for 66th with a par 77 of 5. Theys had five birdies on Monday and Pedersen had a pair of birdies and, like Hernandez, had the ninth.

As a team, the Catamounts lead the 18-team field in a par-5 scoring at 15 under par, including two of 10 eagles in the first round.

WCU trails tournament leader Texas A&M by three strokes, 282-279, entering Tuesday’s final round. The Illinois State Redbirds sit in third place, one stroke behind WCU with Marquette and South Florida tied for fourth with corresponding scores of 284, five strokes behind the leader to complete the top five.

Marquette’s Max Lyons posted a 5-under 67 in the first round to lead a six-under tie for second at 4-under. WCU’s Hernandez and Thomas are tied at seven for eighth.

The final round is scheduled for Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. CT with tee times beginning at both the 1st and 10th tees. Live scoring on is available online.

2 – West Carolina – 282 = 282 (-6)

T8 – Ryan Thomas – 69 = 69 (-3)
T8 – Pablo Hernandez – 69 = 69 (-3)
T16 – Adam Hooker – 71 = 71 (-1)
T37 – Louis Theys – 73 = 73 (+1)
T86 – Magnus Pedersen -77 = 77 (+5)

Razorbacks close Arkansas invite with sixth straight sweep Sun, 11 Sep 2022 21:51:37 +0000

Heading into Sunday’s game against Colorado, the Buffaloes hadn’t lost in 14 straight sets. The Razorbacks responded by handing them three straight losses, which marks 18 straight wins for Arkansas. The Hogs have now reached a record six-game sweep, last achieved in the 2001 season.

It was also Colorado’s first loss this season, and both teams are now 7-1. The Hogs and Buffs received votes in this week’s AVCA poll.

“Really strong performance this weekend. Collectively proud of the team effort. We played really clean today, we struggled to find points against a great team from Colorado,” the team said. “Head coach Jason Watson. “I think we’re in a good position to approach two equally tough non-conference games. I’m looking forward to playing at home on Thursday and Friday.

Junior Taylor Head carried the Hog offense again in Sunday’s Arkansas Invitational Finals with 13 kills and 10 digs for a double-double. She also had a team-best three service aces, which is a new season high. Sophomore setter Hannah Hogue paced the Hogs with 24 assists and 14 digs for a double-double performance as well, her third of the season.

Senior Maggie Cartwright was the difference on both sides of the ball that day with nine kills on 23 attempts for a .304 hit percentage and five blocks. Three Hogs had five or more blocks in Arkansas’ 12-team total, the third time the Razorbacks have posted a season-best dozen blocks. Cartwright and graduate middle tackle Tatum Shipes had five, while graduate Abigail Archibong led Arkansas with a season-high six.

Set 1
Arkansas started the game on a 5-3 streak, but Colorado stayed on the heels of the Hogs and tied the game three times early. The Razorbacks then chained a four-point streak with two kills from Head, one from Cartwright and a solo block from Hailey Dirrigl for a 15-11 lead at media timeout. The Hogs then scored four of the next six runs, which sent the Buffs to a timeout with Arkansas leading 19-13. The break rejuvenated Colorado and the visitors came within one at 19-18, but Arkansas responded and tied a 5-2 run to force the set point. The Buffs called time, but a Cartwright kill ended the set 25-20 in favor of the Razorbacks.

Set 2
The Hogs came out blazing in the second set with a 9-3 advantage to start, which included two aces from second-year Libero Courtney Jackson and a pair of kills from Head. The Buffs called time but couldn’t generate much off the break, and Arkansas quickly went up 14-5. The Hogs added three more runs to double the lead, and Colorado curled up again. The home team went over 20 points with a Dirrigl kill and picked up two more points afterwards for a 10-point advantage. The Buffs caught three of the next four, but a service error gave Arkansas the set point. Colorado recovered one, but a Head kill made the Hogs 25-16 and put Arkansas ahead 2-0 in the game.

Set 3
While the Buffaloes came within one four times early in the third set, the Hogs showed no mercy afterward. A 5-1 run at Arkansas pushed the score to 12-7 and Colorado called a timeout. The Razorbacks won four of the next five runs, including an ace from Head, and went up 16-8. A kill from Dirrigl and an ace from Gillen extended the lead to 19-10, and a block from Head and Shipes took Arkansas over 20. Colorado cut the lead to eight, but three consecutive Hog points, including consecutive Head aces. to end it, sealed Arkansas’ 25-14 set victory and the game’s third sweep in as many days.

A top-five showdown awaits the Razorbacks next as the No. 5 Georgia Tech Yellowjackets come to town Thursday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. at Barnhill Arena in the Arkansas Challenge. It will be the highest-ranked opponent Arkansas has hosted at home since No. 3 Florida in the 2017 season, in which the Razorbacks fell in five to the Gators. The game saw Arkansas’ ninth-best crowd with 1,343 fans. The Hogs will also face the NC State Wolfpack the next day, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available online, over the phone, or in person through the Razorback Ticket Center.

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How to watch Alcaraz vs. Ruud online Sat, 10 Sep 2022 10:48:46 +0000

The grand finale The slam tennis tournament of the year is about to come to a close, as Carlos Alcaraz and Casper Ruud enter the US Open final.

It’s been an extremely exciting tournament so far. Serena Williams played what will almost certainly be her last tournament match (against Ajla Tomljanovic), while superstars Frances Tiafoe and Carlos Alcaraz faced off in a men’s singles semi-final. In the quarterfinals, 24-year-old Tiafoe ended Rafael Nadal’s 22-game Grand Slam winning streak, becoming the youngest American to make it this far at the US Open since Andy Roddick in 2006. Alcaraz , meanwhile, will face Ruud for a chance to win the tournament at just 19 years old.

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And, with the tournament final this weekend, the excitement of the US Open 2022 isn’t over.

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The 2022 US Open finals will take place on Saturday September 10 and Sunday September 11. The women’s singles finals — between Ons Jabeur and Iga Swiatek — will take place on Saturday at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT, while the men’s singles final between Alcaraz and Ruud is Sunday at 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT.

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If you have a cable or satellite package, you’ll need the ESPN networks to watch the US Open Finals (ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3), which currently have exclusive US broadcast rights to the US Open.

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Chess masters set to showcase their skills at tournament in Shanghai Fri, 09 Sep 2022 06:32:00 +0000

The Shanghai Cup Chess Masters will be held in the second half of the month, attracting 32 top chess players from across the country.

Professional and celebrity competitions will be held in Jiading district, suburban Shanghai, from September 18 to 21.

The final match will be played at the famed Shanghai Tower on September 21, implying “a cutting-edge showdown”.

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Chinese chess masters Hu Ronghua (left) and Shanghai Sports Bureau vice director Luo Wenhua pose with young chess players at the launch of Shanghai Cup Chess Masters.

The tournament also includes youth, overseas and amateur divisions. Nearly 500 chess players from 22 international chess associations around the world participated in the preliminary round of the overseas division.

Nearly 80 of them have taken the next step and will continue to participate in the online event.

Youth and Amateur Division competitions will take place online and offline.

As a self-developed city tournament, Shanghai Cup Chess Masters received strong support in its first edition last year. Nearly 6.5 million chess fans watched the events through live broadcasts.

Chess masters set to showcase their skills at tournament in Shanghai

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The chess tournament is open to professional and amateur chess players.

AEW Cancels World and Trios Titles, Tournament of Champions Announced – WON/F4W Thu, 08 Sep 2022 00:38:43 +0000

The AEW World and Trios titles are now vacant, with one of the new champions being determined on tonight’s Dynamite, the other to be decided in a new tournament.

AEW leader Tony Khan made the announcement via a promo recorded at the start of Dynamite without mentioning either CM Punk, the Young Bucks or Kenny Omega by name or why the belts were being released, saying only that he was “forced to leave” the following titles All out.