Sims performing well in Boxing at 2019 Canada Winter Games

first_imgSims will be in the Gold Medal Fight, which is taking place on Wednesday, February 20.Recently, Sims competed at the Alberta Golden Gloves where he came out on top, beating Alberta’s National Champion Kyle Oliver. RED DEER, A.B. – Local boxer, Brayden Sims, is off to a good start at the 2019 Canada Winter Games.Sims is representing the Team B.C. Boxing Team in the 60 kg Class.On Sunday, February 17, Sims competed in Bout One and managed to defeat Noah Squires of Newfoundland and Labrador.- Advertisement -From that win, Sims earned five points and advancing him to the Semi-Final.In the Semi-Final on Monday, February 18, Sims competed against Jad Khabbaz Quebec.The Bout was Referee Stopped in Round two. Sims managed to claim two points from this match.Advertisementlast_img

Dutch legend backs Balotelli and slams his former clubs

first_imgJohan Cruyff has blamed Mario Balotelli’s former clubs for failing to educate the Italy international.The 24-year-old has been in the spotlight for his actions on and off the pitch for several years now, and his behaviour is under renewed scrutiny at Liverpool where he is yet to score in the Premier League following his £16million move from AC Milan in the summer.Balotelli recently made headlines for his late-night partying habits, but Dutch great Cruyff is not blaming the player himself.“We always speak about people but I like to speak about the education of people,” he said.“How have they educated him [Balotelli] in the clubs he has played for?“It’s too simplistic to say, ‘He doesn’t behave well’. But one should follow that up with, ‘Why is that?’“If it is down to education, how is it possible that he has played for Italian clubs for the past five or six seasons and he doesn’t behave well?“For me it’s the fault of the team not of the person.” 1 Mario Balotelli last_img read more