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RIO DE JANEIRO -- British swimmer Fran Halsall landed a trip to the Olympic Stadium.Unfortunately, she was competing at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.The transportation mix-up left officials scrambling to make sure Halsall and two other swimmers got a chance to compete in the semifinals of the womens 50-meter freestyle Friday night.The whole Olympics had to be stopped for me tonight, unfortunately, Halsall told the BBC.Two hours before the race, she boarded a bus at the Olympic village along with fellow semifinalists Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark and Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus.They thought the bus was taking them to the nearby swimming stadium. Instead, it headed to the stadium used for the athletics competition; the driver apparently failed to heed the protests of the swimmers who wanted to go to the pool.It took us to the Olympic Stadium, which happens to be 40 minutes in the opposite direction to the pool, Halsall said. So I ended up going and having a nice tour around the Olympic Stadium, 40 minutes back to the village and then back to the pool for warm-ups. My emotions and adrenaline were all over the place.At the pool, officials were informed of the problem and altered the nights schedule, moving a pair of medal ceremonies ahead of the 50-free semifinals to give the wayward swimmers extra time to prepare. An announcement was made to the crowd at the start of the competition, but no reason was given for the change.Halsall still managed to qualify for Saturdays final with the fourth-fastest time, and Herasimenia also advanced in the last of eight spots. Ottesen was eliminated.If I get on the right bus tomorrow, everything will be good, Halsall quipped to the BBC. Wholesale China Jerseys . Dukurs winning time was 1 minute, 45.76 seconds, a quarter-second better than Russias Alexander Tretiakov. Lativas Tomass Dukurs was third, 1.41 seconds off the pace. Jon Montgomery of Eckville, Alta. 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Blackmon, suspended the first four games of the 2013 season for violating the NFLs substance-abuse policy, acknowledged Monday that hes at a crossroads in his career and his personal life. But the Jacksonville Jaguars receiver insisted he doesnt have an alcohol or substance-abuse problem. "Out of this whole thing one of the main things I would say that I had a problem with was just making a poor decision, making a selfish decision at that and not thinking about the long term of it and just thinking about at the time," Blackmon said following the teams first organized team activity. "If you want to ask if I have a problem? I have a problem with making a poor decision." Blackmon has a credibility problem, too. It was just 11 months ago that that Blackmon apologized for getting arrested on a DUI charge in Stillwater, Okla. -- tests showed his blood-alcohol content to be three times the legal limit -- and vowed that this is "not who Im going to be." Blackmon eventually pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI, which put him in the leagues substance-abuse program. Although he declined Monday to reveal what triggered his suspension, its likely he failed a random test. The former Oklahoma State star and fifth overall pick in the 2012 draft also was arrested on a misdemeanour DUI charge in Texas in 2010 after officers caught him speeding on a suburban Dallas highway. The charge was later reduced to an underage alcohol possession charge. Although it sure seems like this is a pattern of behaviour, Blackmon said hes "confident" his latest mistake will be his last. "I dont think anybody wants to be in the position that Im in right now, and I dont think anybody wants to be in a position that can be any worse," Blackmon said. "Im not going to go into it and say I want to be in this position because thats not where I want to be. All I can do is come out here and work every day and get better each day. Coach Gus (Bradley) says every day, Today is the most important day, and thats all I can do is come out here every day and try to improve and take care of everything else as it comes." Blackmon declined comment when asked whether he plans to enrol in a rehabilitation program. Blackmon, who caught 64 passes for 865 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie, will miss games against Kansas City, Oakland, Seattle and Indianapolis to open the season.dddddddddddd He will be eligible to return to practice Monday, Sept. 30. He will be allowed to attend meetings and be inside the facility during the suspension, but cant practice or play. Blackmon apologized to teammates shortly after the suspension was announced April 30. "He came across well," veteran centre Brad Meester said. "He just apologized for what he did. He knew he was wrong and said it wouldnt happen again. We all accepted that. ... We cant control what people do what they leave here. We cant change what happened in the past. We have to be there for him and help him through this and make sure this doesnt happen again." Running Maurice Jones-Drew, though, said reaction to Blackmons suspension has been "out of control." "The media just blows it out of proportion," Jones-Drew said. "A lot of people make several mistakes. If youre that age and you have that amount of money, how would you act? If you answer that question truthfully, you can go from there." Plenty of first-round draft picks, however, go their entire careers without landing in the substance-abuse policy or on the suspended list. "You have to do the right thing no matter where you are," Meester said. "Were blessed with this opportunity. Youd hate to lose that opportunity because of something dumb you did outside of here. You dont want that to be the reason you cant play this game." If Blackmon gets another suspension while in the program, it would be for a full season. "Were going to see what kind of character he has," Jones-Drew said. Blackmons four-game hiatus will cost him about$220,000. It also triggered language in his contract that voids future guarantees, meaning the Jaguars could cut him without having to pay about $10 million that remains on a four-year, $18.5 million contract. Blackmon made it clear he wants to move on from the suspension, but the 23-year-old receiver stopped short of saying he plans to change his lifestyle. "Ive just got to make better decisions," he said. "Like I said, my problem was I made a selfish decision and I apologize for that. I apologized to my teammates and I apologized to my family for it. Thats something that I did and I take full responsibility for it." Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys 2019 Wholesale Jerseys 2020 China NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap NFL Black Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NFL Hoodies Cheap Jerseys 2020 Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys NFL China ' ' '

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