SwimmingCameron McEvoy - (50m, 100m, 200m freestyle, relays):?This budding astronaut may just emerge from the Rio pool as swimmings biggest star. Embroiled in the Stilnox Six controversy as a junior member of the infamous London 4x100m freestyle relay team. In Rio, McEvoy looks poised to make headlines for all the right reasons. First man to claim the freestyle triple crown at a national titles, winning 100m in the fastest time outside of the supersuit era and third fastest all-time. Will fill the void left by dual world 100m champion James Magnussen, who failed to qualify for an individual event.Cate and Bronte Campbell - (50m, 100m freestyle, relays):?Bronte Campbell emerged from her older sisters shadow at the 2015 world titles in Russia, becoming the third woman in history to complete the 50m-100m freestyle double. However, the real Cate Campbell will step up in Rio. Cate was recovering from major shoulder surgery at the 2015 titles but has reclaimed form that earned her the 2013 100m world title. Cate upstaged Bronte in the 50m and 100m at the Olympic trials, clocking a 100m winning time just 0.31 outside Britta Steffens supersuit world record. The sisters should also inspire the 4x100m freestyle relay team who are Olympic defending champions.Mitch Larkin - (100m, 200m backstroke, 4x100m medley relay):?Unknown before the 2015 world titles, Larkin is now a marked man. Became the first male in 10 years - and just fourth ever - to claim 100m-200m backstroke double at a world titles in Russia last year. Also set a new 200m world short course record, becoming the first Australian to be named FINA Male Swimmer of the Year. Australia hasnt had an individual Olympic backstroke gold medallist since David Theile in 1960. The 22-year-old may change that.Emily Seebohm - (100m, 200m backstroke):?Ten years after making her first national team at 14, Seebohm is ready to dominate an Olympics. Became only the fifth woman in history - and first Australian - to claim the 100m-200m backstroke double at the 2015 world titles in Russia. Had a tearful last Olympic campaign. Broke the Olympic 100m record in London heats but relegated to silver by American nemesis Missy Franklin in the final by just 0.35. Blamed fixation with social media in emotional aftermath. Looks set to exorcise her demons after dominating Olympic trials.AthleticsJared Talent - (20km and 50km walk):?With justice finally served - albeit almost four years too late - Tallent will arrive in Rio as the defending 50km walk champion. Tallent will again contest both Olympic walks, but the longer event is clearly his strong suit.SailingMat Belcher and Will Ryan - (470):?Bidding to make it three gold medals in a row for Australia. Ryan replaced Malcolm Page after London. They won three world championships in a row before finishing third in terrible conditions in the most recent event in Argentina. Strong chance for gold.GymnasticsLauren Mitchell:?A world champion on the floor in 2010, Mitchell is Australias best ever chance of securing a first Olympic gold in gymnastics. Her routines on the floor and beam are among the best in the world, and it will all come down to her execution on the night.RowingKim Brennan - (womens single scull):?Unbeaten since 2014, two-time world champion single sculler Brennan (nee Crow) is Australias best gold medal hope. The daughter of former AFL player Max Crow, Brennan was an elite hurdler before switching to rowing in 2005. Brennan achieved the rare feat of competing in two events at the London Olympics, winning a silver and bronze medal, but this time will channel all her energies into the single scull.James McRae, Cameron Girdlestone, Sasha Belonogoff, Karsten Forsterling - (mens quad scull):?Taking gold in the last two World Cup regattas heading into Rio, the mens quad scull will start favourites in Rio. Forsterling and McRae were part of the Australian crew that won bronze at the London Games. Their biggest threat will come from world champions Germany and Great Britain.CyclingAnna Meares - (track sprint):?Unlike London, where she beat arch-rival Victoria Pendleton for the sprint gold medal, Meares will go into Rio without being the reigning world champion in any of her three events. But the Australian camp is adamant she will be ready to fire.Annette Edmondson - (track endurance):?Edmondson was world champion last year in the omnium and team pursuit. She was hit by a car in training just before this years worlds and did not win any medals, but should be a strong podium contender in her two events.BoxingShelley Watts - (60kg):?Made history two years ago by becoming the first Australian to win a womens boxing gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, taking out the lightweight division. While the 60kg is stacked with talent, Watts is adamant she can win the gold medal. Shes aiming to become Australias first Olympic boxing medallist since Grahame Spike Cheney won silver in 1988.Team SportsWomens Rugby Sevens:?Australia are gold medal favourites after romping to World Series glory in 2016 and they will be sweating on superstar Emilee Cherry overcoming a hamstring injury to lead the assault.?Mens Hockey:?Australias mens hockey team plans to hit Rio with all guns blazing, determined to turn Olympic bronze into gold. The Kookaburras have won bronze at the past two Games but ranked world No.1, they are determined to live up to their billing.?Womens water polo: Bronze medallists in London in 2012, the Australians are a strong chance to capture gold in Rio with defending champions the US their biggest threat. Jordan 5 White Cement For Sale . The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. Jordan 11 Blue Moon Sunset Moon . Numbers Game looks into the Canadiens securing the services of Thomas Vanek in a trade with the New York Islanders. The Canadiens Get: LW Thomas Vanek and a conditional fifth-round pick. http://www.jordan11bluemoon.com/jordan-11-space-jam.html .C. -- Charlotte Bobcats coach Steve Clifford said after all of these years in the NBA hes still amazed at some of the things LeBron James does. Vapormax Cs Blue . The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling "puts an end to my dreams of being a top player," the 27-year-old Troicki said in a statement. "I worked my entire life for it, and it has been taken away from me in one afternoon by a doctor I didnt know," said Troicki, whose ranking peaked at No. Off White Vapormax 2018 . -- Vincent Lecavalier got everything but the desired result in his return to Tampa Bay. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- John Danks wasnt about to blame anyone for his own misfortune. He went eight straight starts without a victory for the Chicago White Sox simply because he didnt perform. He finally did Tuesday night in Kansas City. Danks shut down the Royals scuffling offence over eight innings, and the White Sox managed to squeak out just enough support for a 2-0 victory in the opener of their three-game series. "You can look at each game and pick out an at-bat or a certain pitch where I didnt do myself any favours. Fortunately, I was able to stay away from that today," said Danks, whose last win came against the Orioles on July 2. "I felt like I was giving myself the best chance to win tonight." Hard to give your team a better chance than by blanking your opponent. Danks (3-10) ended his exasperating winless streak by scattering seven hits and a walk. That the veteran left-handers finest start of the year came against the Royals wasnt much of a surprise, either: Danks improved to 5-0 against them in 13 career starts. "There were a lot of guys swinging early, but he was throwing strikes," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "For him to go eight against a lineup like this thats been tough on us is pretty good." White Sox closer Addison Reed worked around a leadoff single in the ninth for his 32nd save. It wrapped up the fourth straight win for the last-place White Sox, and their first shutout victory since beating the Los Angeles Angels 3-0 on May 17. "Hopefully this will get us on a little streak to finish the season on a high," Danks said. Gordon Beckham homered off Santana (8-7) in the first inning for the only earned run. The other run for the White Sox came in the second, when Paul Konerko trotted home from third on a passed ball that curiously disappeared in the padding behind home plate. Except for those two blemishes, Santana matched zeros with Danks through six innings. He walked two and struck out five, including Josh Phegley to leave the bases loaded in the fourth. It was the fourth straight win for the White Sox and the third consecutive loss for the Royals, who are slip-sliding out of wild-card contention after a spirited run. Theyve lost six of their last eight games, theeir lone wins coming in a sweep of a double-header in Detroit.dddddddddddd Things are going so badly that balls are disappearing on them at the worst of times. Konerko led off the second inning with a double, and Avisail Garcia singled to put runners on the corners for the White Sox. Santana was facing Conor Gillaspie when he threw a pitch that hit the tip of Salvador Perezs glove and bounced toward the backstop behind home plate. The ball disappeared in the green padding above one of the advertising signs, and Perez threw up his hands as if to say, "What now?" Meanwhile, Konerko had started to trot home with a confused look on his face, and for a moment nobody in the ballpark seemed to know what was going on. "I never seen anything like that," Santana said. "I was looking at Salvy and he was looking at me. I was like, Wheres the ball? Hes like, I dont know! It was hard." Garcia was awarded second base, but Santana retired the next three batters to limit the damage. "I mean, that stuff happens," Ventura said. "Its one of those you lose in the tarp or the way they have advertising now, its just one of those that kind of goes your way." Kansas Citys bullpen pitched three shutout innings once Santana left the game, but its woeful offence couldnt break through against Danks, who came into the game with a 4.54 ERA. He never allowed a runner to reach third base, and even picked off a runner at first in the eighth. "We werent doing anything offensively, and then he got ahead of us," the Royals Alex Gordon said. "A lot of guys were taking, trying to get something going. But he was pounding the zone, throwing a lot of strikes. Give credit to him, but we just didnt do a very good job offensively." NOTES: Royals 3B Mike Moustakas (left calf) expects to play Wednesday, manager Ned Yost said. ... White Sox 3B Jeff Keppinger (sore back) was a late scratch from the starting lineup. Gillaspie took his spot after missing two games with a bruised left hand. ... Royals OF Lorenzo Cain (oblique) is progressing with workouts but has not started baseball activities. ... 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