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NATADOLA, Fiji -- American?Brandt Snedeker took a three-stroke lead on Saturday in the wind-swept Fiji International, shooting a 2-under 70 in difficult conditions at Natadola Bay.Coming off the United States Ryder Cup victory on Sunday in Minnesota, Snedeker had three birdies and a bogey to reach 12-under 204 on the Vijay Singh-designed layout. He opened with a 69 and shot a 64 on Friday.It was a tough day. I did a great job of hanging in there, Snedeker said. I hit the ball really well off the tee, with one exception, and put the ball where I needed to all day. I hit a bunch of great putts that didnt want to go in today for whatever reason.Australias Anthony Houston was second after a 73, and fellow countryman Matthew Giles, the second-round leader, was 8 under after a 75. New Zealands Gareth Paddison followed his course-record 64 with a 69 to join Australias?Mike Hendry?(68) at 7 under.Snedeker parred the first eight holes, birdied the par-4 ninth and added another on the par-4 14th. He dropped a stroke on the par-4 16th -- ending his bogey-free streak at 49 holes -- and rebounded with an up-and-down birdie on the short par-5 17th.Starting the day out, if youd have told me Id shoot a couple under, I probably would have taken it, tough as the conditions are and as many big numbers are out there, he said. Ive given myself a chance, and going into tomorrow, I need to finish it off. A three-shot lead in wind like this is one hole, so I need to go out there and play a solid round of golf, like I did today.Ranked 23rd in the world, Snedeker, 35, won at Torrey Pines in February for his eighth PGA Tour title. He is trying to win his first international title in the event sanctioned by European, Australasian and Asian tours.Well see what the weather looks like, Snedeker said about the final round. Hopefully, we get a good day forecast, go out there and make some birdies, and shoot something low.Singh was tied for 36th at 1 over after a 72. The 53-year-old Fijian is a three-time major champion.Boo Weekley was even par after a 75, and fellow American Heath Slocum was 2 over, also after a 75. Where to Buy Cheap Jerseys . 10 Texas Rangers jersey for one last time. Young formally announced his retirement Friday after returning to Rangers Ballpark, his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons. What is the best place to buy Cheap Jerseys . Fred Couples, captain of the U.S. side, put it all into perspective. "We know whos in charge," he said. https://www.wheretobuycheapjerseys.com/ . Hamelin, who triumphed in the 500 on Saturday, edged out Victor An of Russia by 0.021 seconds to maintain his lead in the World Cup standings. Russias Vladimir Grigorev was third. In the relay, Canada took control six laps from the finish line to beat Russia and the Netherlands. Where Can Buy Cheap Jerseys .C. -- Chris Thorburn thinks one of the reasons the Winnipeg Jets have been successful under new coach Paul Maurice is that theyre playing together as a team. What is the best site to buy team jerseys from China . Miller reached right to deflect Mikhail Grabovskis attempt with just over 2 minutes remaining in regulation, and then made two more saves in the shootout Sunday to give the Sabres a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals. LONDON -- In a shift in position, the IOC opened the door on Thursday to the possibility of Russian whistleblower Yulia Stepanova competing as a neutral athlete at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.The IOC said it has asked its ethics commission for advice on the issue and will then decide whether Stepanovas participation as an independent athlete merits an exception to the rules of the Olympic Charter.Until now, the International Olympic Committee had said Stepanova would be represented by the Russian flag if deemed eligible to compete in the games by track and fields world governing body.Stepanova, an 800-meter runner who served a two-year doping ban, helped expose the widespread cheating in Russia that led the IAAF to ban the countrys track and field athletes from global competition, including the Olympics.Last month, the IAAF granted Stepanova exceptional eligibility to compete as a neutral athlete, but not under the Russian flag. It praised her for having made a truly exceptional contribution to the anti-doping fight.IOC President Thomas Bach said last month that the IAAF had no say on the terms of Stepanovas participation in the Olympics. Under IOC rules, Stepanova would have to be entered by the Russian Olympic Committee and compete under the national flag, Bach said.The IAAF has since acknowledged that her participation in Rio must be approved by the IOC, which says the issue is subject to the Olympic Charter, the rule book for the games.The IOC said Thursday it received a letter dated July 5 from Stepanova requeesting the right to compete as a neutral athlete at the games.ddddddddddddStepanova, who has been living and training at an undisclosed location in the United States, competed as a neutral athlete Wednesday at the European Championships in Amsterdam. However, she tore a ligament in her right foot and finished last in her 800-meter heat. Its unclear whether the injury could rule her out of the Olympics.The IOC said Stepanovas Olympic participation involves important ethical aspects, and that its ruling executive board decided to ask the ethics panel for its advice in this respect.The IOC said the ethics commission could ask Stepanova to attend a hearing on the case.As soon as the advice of the IOC ethics commission is available, the IOC (executive board) will then take all of the circumstances of the case into consideration and decide whether it merits an exception to the rules of the Olympic Charter, the statement said.Stepanovas case is separate from those of other Russian athletes.Russia has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport on behalf of 68 athletes, challenging the IAAFs blanket ban and contending that athletes without any doping violations should be allowed to compete at the games. CAS said it will issue a ruling by July 21.Russia was suspended by the IAAF in November after a World Anti-Doping Agency report detailed widespread doping allegedly supported by the Russian state. ' ' '



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