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Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Orphaned baby cormorant begs fisherman for his catch
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Orphaned baby cormorant begs fisherman for his catch
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Orphaned baby cormorant begs fisherman for his catch
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Orphaned baby cormorant begs fisherman for his catch
Cormorants are aquatic birds that dive for fish and look very similar to a loon when they are swimming. Like the loon, they are clumsy on land but extremely graceful on top of and under the water. They are heavy birds that prefer to swim instead of fly. The cormorant lacks the beautiful markings and striking plumage that makes the loon a favorite sight of cottagers and bird watchers. Cormorants are the extremely intelligent though, and they are very quick to catch on when there is an opportunity for food. This baby cormorant appeared to be starving and without his parents. It appeared that he was orphaned and a little too young to be on his own. He had been seen hanging around the dock and swimming area at this family cottage on a remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario. Dave had caught a fish and the sight and smell of it had the baby bird very excited. Cleaning his catch on the rock near the edge of the water, he decided to see if the little fellow would venture close enough to be fed. The cormorant waddled right up on the rock to plead for some scraps. Dave began to cut a chunk of fish off but the hungry bird tried to grab the whole bass, which was almost as big as he was. There was no way he would be able to swallow it so Dave repeatedly cut chunks off and handed them to the cormorant. Starvation encouraged trust and the two became quick friends. The family named the bird Cori and they fed him several times that day and the next. Cormorants are known for their intelligence and Cori proved to be exceptionally bright. Within two days he would come when called by name. He began sunning himself on the rock near the swimming area and standing on the rock beside Dave's son, Chris. He took a particular liking to Chris and even walked across his lap or relaxed beside him like a dog would do. Cori grunted to his adoptive family in an obvious and adorable effort to communicate when he was content. Cormorants are known for their use of grunting sounds to convey messages to each other. Cori needed a little help for a few weeks until he became stronger. He was encouraged to dive for scraps of fish, as other cormorants must do. He followed Dave's canoe while Dave caught him fish and he even hopped in to sit patiently waiting for his meal. Cori was able to get his own food within a week and began showing up less frequently for handouts. Cori migrated south at the end of the summer but returned in the spring and he can still be seen on the lake as he fishes on his own. Occasionally, he will venture close if he is spoken to and he will listen curiously, but he is truly a wild bird once again.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
Saskatchewan Safari: Episode 1
Jim Baird, Tori and Buck rally to the putin of the Porcupine River in episode 1 of this four-part adventure canoe series.
<p>Garry Clark, 15, uses a canoe to take his grandmother Jeanne Kendall and June Wedl from their flooded home Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 in Comstock’s Lakewood neighborhood. Severe and record-breaking flooding is predicted for the Kalamazoo River at Comstock, the National Weather Service Grand Rapids said Thursday. (Photo: Mark Bugnaski/Kalamazoo Gazette-MLive Media Group via AP) </p>
Severe flooding in Midwest

Garry Clark, 15, uses a canoe to take his grandmother Jeanne Kendall and June Wedl from their flooded home Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 in Comstock’s Lakewood neighborhood. Severe and record-breaking flooding is predicted for the Kalamazoo River at Comstock, the National Weather Service Grand Rapids said Thursday. (Photo: Mark Bugnaski/Kalamazoo Gazette-MLive Media Group via AP)

Here&#39;s how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong &quot;line&quot;. The results are evident!
Right vs. Wrong way to run a waterfall in a canoe
Here's how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong "line". The results are evident!
Here&#39;s how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong &quot;line&quot;. The results are evident!
Right vs. Wrong way to run a waterfall in a canoe
Here's how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong "line". The results are evident!
Here&#39;s how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong &quot;line&quot;. The results are evident!
Right vs. Wrong way to run a waterfall in a canoe
Here's how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong "line". The results are evident!
Here's how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong "line". The results are evident!
Right vs. Wrong way to run a waterfall in a canoe
Here's how to run a waterfall in a canoe, the right way and the wrong way. This kayaker at Bears Falls does it once successfully, but let his guard drop the second time and picked the wrong "line". The results are evident!
The England manager Gareth Southgate will attend the NFL Super Bowl in Minnesota next Sunday to join a convention of coaches from across the world to exchange ideas. Southgate will use the event to speak to other coaches, as he prepares to take England to the World Cup finals this summer and the Football Association say he will use the event to explore “best practice” in other areas. The showpiece final is being contested by the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, with the Patriots defending champions and the dominant force in the sport in recent times. While it has not been disclosed which individuals Southgate will meet on the trip he regards it as valuable enough to miss a weekend’s Premier League scouting including Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Liverpool on the same day. It is being organised by Leaders in Sport, a private networking organisation who describe themselves as a “premium invitation-only” forum for “business executives and performance practitioners across the world of sport”. Southgate has been a keen student of other sports and has already met with the England rugby coach Eddie Jones to exchange ideas. As well as that he is said to have connected with representatives of the English cricket team, and others from rugby league, cycling, boxing, canoe slalom and swimming, all of which has been facilitated by a UK Sport course. Gareth Southgate is a keen student of other sports, and has spent time with the England rugby union team Credit: Getty Images His next friendlies for England will be the games against Holland and Italy in late March, his last games before he names a provisional squad for the World Cup in the summer. This weekend Southgate attended two games on Saturday: Wigan’s home FA Cup tie against West Ham and the evening kick-off between Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. His assistant Steve Holland will be at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea against Newcastle on Sunday.
England manager Gareth Southgate will attend Super Bowl to take part in coaching convention
The England manager Gareth Southgate will attend the NFL Super Bowl in Minnesota next Sunday to join a convention of coaches from across the world to exchange ideas. Southgate will use the event to speak to other coaches, as he prepares to take England to the World Cup finals this summer and the Football Association say he will use the event to explore “best practice” in other areas. The showpiece final is being contested by the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, with the Patriots defending champions and the dominant force in the sport in recent times. While it has not been disclosed which individuals Southgate will meet on the trip he regards it as valuable enough to miss a weekend’s Premier League scouting including Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Liverpool on the same day. It is being organised by Leaders in Sport, a private networking organisation who describe themselves as a “premium invitation-only” forum for “business executives and performance practitioners across the world of sport”. Southgate has been a keen student of other sports and has already met with the England rugby coach Eddie Jones to exchange ideas. As well as that he is said to have connected with representatives of the English cricket team, and others from rugby league, cycling, boxing, canoe slalom and swimming, all of which has been facilitated by a UK Sport course. Gareth Southgate is a keen student of other sports, and has spent time with the England rugby union team Credit: Getty Images His next friendlies for England will be the games against Holland and Italy in late March, his last games before he names a provisional squad for the World Cup in the summer. This weekend Southgate attended two games on Saturday: Wigan’s home FA Cup tie against West Ham and the evening kick-off between Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. His assistant Steve Holland will be at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea against Newcastle on Sunday.
The England manager Gareth Southgate will attend the NFL Super Bowl in Minnesota next Sunday to join a convention of coaches from across the world to exchange ideas. Southgate will use the event to speak to other coaches, as he prepares to take England to the World Cup finals this summer and the Football Association say he will use the event to explore “best practice” in other areas. The showpiece final is being contested by the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, with the Patriots defending champions and the dominant force in the sport in recent times. While it has not been disclosed which individuals Southgate will meet on the trip he regards it as valuable enough to miss a weekend’s Premier League scouting including Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Liverpool on the same day. It is being organised by Leaders in Sport, a private networking organisation who describe themselves as a “premium invitation-only” forum for “business executives and performance practitioners across the world of sport”. Southgate has been a keen student of other sports and has already met with the England rugby coach Eddie Jones to exchange ideas. As well as that he is said to have connected with representatives of the English cricket team, and others from rugby league, cycling, boxing, canoe slalom and swimming, all of which has been facilitated by a UK Sport course. Gareth Southgate is a keen student of other sports, and has spent time with the England rugby union team Credit: Getty Images His next friendlies for England will be the games against Holland and Italy in late March, his last games before he names a provisional squad for the World Cup in the summer. This weekend Southgate attended two games on Saturday: Wigan’s home FA Cup tie against West Ham and the evening kick-off between Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. His assistant Steve Holland will be at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea against Newcastle on Sunday.
England manager Gareth Southgate will attend Super Bowl to take part in coaching convention
The England manager Gareth Southgate will attend the NFL Super Bowl in Minnesota next Sunday to join a convention of coaches from across the world to exchange ideas. Southgate will use the event to speak to other coaches, as he prepares to take England to the World Cup finals this summer and the Football Association say he will use the event to explore “best practice” in other areas. The showpiece final is being contested by the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, with the Patriots defending champions and the dominant force in the sport in recent times. While it has not been disclosed which individuals Southgate will meet on the trip he regards it as valuable enough to miss a weekend’s Premier League scouting including Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Liverpool on the same day. It is being organised by Leaders in Sport, a private networking organisation who describe themselves as a “premium invitation-only” forum for “business executives and performance practitioners across the world of sport”. Southgate has been a keen student of other sports and has already met with the England rugby coach Eddie Jones to exchange ideas. As well as that he is said to have connected with representatives of the English cricket team, and others from rugby league, cycling, boxing, canoe slalom and swimming, all of which has been facilitated by a UK Sport course. Gareth Southgate is a keen student of other sports, and has spent time with the England rugby union team Credit: Getty Images His next friendlies for England will be the games against Holland and Italy in late March, his last games before he names a provisional squad for the World Cup in the summer. This weekend Southgate attended two games on Saturday: Wigan’s home FA Cup tie against West Ham and the evening kick-off between Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion. His assistant Steve Holland will be at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea against Newcastle on Sunday.
Monumental showcases the journey of four Maine-born photographers as they explore Katahdin Woods and Waters by canoe, bike, and on foot. The goal? To encourage increased public access to Maine&#39;s outdoor resources.
Short film ‘Monumental’ showcases a journey through Katahdin Woods and Waters
Monumental showcases the journey of four Maine-born photographers as they explore Katahdin Woods and Waters by canoe, bike, and on foot. The goal? To encourage increased public access to Maine's outdoor resources.
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
How to Unwrap a Pinned Canoe
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
How to Unwrap a Pinned Canoe
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
How to Unwrap a Pinned Canoe
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
How to Unwrap a Pinned Canoe
Swiftwater rescue know-how on the steps to un-wrapping a canoe pinned on a mid-river obstacle, presented by Boreal River Rescue and Five 2 Nine productions.
<p>TOKYO – A Japanese kayaker has been banned for eight years for spiking the drink of a rival so he would fail a doping test.</p><p>Yasuhiro Suzuki drugged his key rival Seiji Komatsu at the Japan championships in September.</p><p>Suzuki spiked a drink with an anabolic steroid, causing Komatsu to fail a doping test, the Japan Anti-Doping Agency said on Tuesday.</p><p>The Japan Canoe Federation began investigating after Komatsu tested positive but denied ever taking drugs.</p><p>After Komatsu tested positive, Suzuki admitted putting a muscle-building supplement containing the banned steroid methandienone in his drink.</p><p>Suzuki was hoping to qualify for the 2020 Olympics at home. But he will also miss the 2024 Olympics in Paris.</p><p>The incident is Japan&#39;s first case of an athlete failing a doping test due to deliberate contamination, according to the Japan Anti-Doping Agency, which handed down the eight-year ban.</p>
Japan Kayaker Banned for 8 Years For Spiking Rival's Drink

TOKYO – A Japanese kayaker has been banned for eight years for spiking the drink of a rival so he would fail a doping test.

Yasuhiro Suzuki drugged his key rival Seiji Komatsu at the Japan championships in September.

Suzuki spiked a drink with an anabolic steroid, causing Komatsu to fail a doping test, the Japan Anti-Doping Agency said on Tuesday.

The Japan Canoe Federation began investigating after Komatsu tested positive but denied ever taking drugs.

After Komatsu tested positive, Suzuki admitted putting a muscle-building supplement containing the banned steroid methandienone in his drink.

Suzuki was hoping to qualify for the 2020 Olympics at home. But he will also miss the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

The incident is Japan's first case of an athlete failing a doping test due to deliberate contamination, according to the Japan Anti-Doping Agency, which handed down the eight-year ban.

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