Olympic triple jump champion Christian Taylor is looking to break Jonathan Edwards 21-year world record when he takes part in this weekends Anniversary Games.The Diamond League event gives Taylor the chance to compete again in the Olympic Stadium where he won his gold medal at London 2012 thanks to a jump of 17.81 metres. He holds the stadium record but has turned his sights to breaking Edwards unsurpassed long-standing leap of 18.29m which he set at the 1995 World Championships.Taylors personal best is 18.21m and hopes a combination of the crowd and the familiar surroundings will propel him to set a new world record.Im always talking about the energy and the crowd and how much that fuels me, Taylor said. Then you get the clapping and support behind you, it feels like an extra boost. Fingers crossed if it stays dry I think its possible [to break the record].Every time I touch the track, thats my mind set -- Im going for that world record. Why not do it on Mr Edwards soil?I enjoy putting on a show and this is why I always leave it to the sixth jump. Last year [at Beijing World Championships] I would have loved to have taken it but maybe now his [Edwards] heart is pumping a little bit. He sees whats there, the potential.The 20-year anniversary wouldve been a nice statement but theres also [World Championships] London 2017. Im not saying I am going to wait another year but if it happens, it happens. I am going after it every single time.After this weekends event in London, Taylors attention will shift to the Rio Games. He heads there with a target on his back as the reigning champion and admits that brings with it added pressure. Pressure has been something he has had to battle this year and the vigorous trials to book his spot in Team USA did throw him a little.It was something I maybe underestimated. I think the nerves maybe got to me. I was a little bit out of my element, Taylor admitted. I was working on a documentary called Road to Rio, and there was a chance I might not make it. So little things like that were playing in my head but God was good and I made the team. Now I am back in my element.It is a frame of mind that he hopes will guide him to another gold medal and a world record.Now [that Im in the squad] I feel I can get back to being myself and the fun mentality. Thats what I love. I play in the sand, thats my job.Thats why I smile and thats why Im constantly thanking everyone whos helped me realise my dream. Uomo/Donna Air Max 97 Ultra 17 Argento Metallizzato/Varsity Rosso 917704-002 .Y. -- Sabres forward Drew Stafford has witnessed plenty of turmoil during his eight seasons in Buffalo. Air Max 97 Ultra 17 Uomo .C. -- Al Jefferson joked that he feels he can score from anywhere on the court. http://www.airmax97ultra.it/air-max-97-nere-silver-312641-091-uomo.html . Carey Price didnt, but he still came out on top against one of his rivals for the No. 1 job at the Sochi Games. The Anahim Lake, B.C., native was stellar in making 39 saves in his home province and Lars Eller got credit for a bizarre short-handed winner as the Canadiens defeated the Canucks 4-1. Nike Air Max 97 Premium Uomo . - The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca. Uomo Air Max 97 UL17 HAL Nere/Nocciola Scuro-Oliva Medio-Pomice Chiaro AH9945-001 . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others.TORONTO -- The Montreal Impact will be without their head coach when they face Toronto FC tonight after Marco Schallibaum was given a one-game suspension by Major League Soccer. The MLS disciplinary committee hit Schallibaum with his third suspension of the season after the Swiss coach stepped onto the field during the Impacts home loss to Colorado on Saturday. The Impact say they tried to appeal the ban as Schallibaum was not ejected from the game or sanctioned by the referee for the incident. Impact assistant coach Philippe Eullaffroy was also suspended for one game for throwing the ball in the direction of Rapids midfielder Tony CCascio.dddddddddddd Assistant coach Mauro Biello will replace Schallibaum for tonights game. MLS also announced that Toronto FC and head coach Ryan Nelsen were fined an undisclosed amount for the teams violation of the leagues mass confrontation policy during a 78th-minute altercation in a 1-0 home loss against Real Salt Lake on Saturday. The team had previously received a warning from the league about mass confrontation earlier this season. MLS defines mass confrontation as the concerted efforts of three or more players toward an official or an opposing player. The policy was introduced prior to the 2013 MLS season. Cheap Jerseys ThrowbackChina NFL HoodiesWholesale Jerseys 2020Wholesale NFL JerseysCheap NFL T-shirtsCheap NFL HoodiesChina Jerseys Cheap ' ' '