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Adelle Tracey caused a shock at the Indoor British Championships in Sheffield as she got the better of some more established rivals to claim gold in the 800m. The 22-year-old, who was a torch-bearer at the London 2012 opening ceremony, beat the likes of Lynsey Sharp and Jenny Meadows to book her spot in the British team for the World Indoors in Portland next month.Tracey conjured up a strong finish at the English Institute of Sport to overtake Sharp and triumph in two minutes, 02.99 seconds. Tracey finished strongly to defeat some better-known rivals Sharp (2:03.50) faded into third behind Leah Barrow (2:03.18) but could still be in line to get the second discretionary spot on the team for Oregon, although she said she was undecided about whether she would make the trip.Tracey will definitely be going to the United States and said: Ill be so happy to wear my first senior vest and to do it so early in the season is amazing.Im working part time as a freelance hair and make-up artist and its good because it fits around my training. I do prosthetics and model making as well, so its very diverse.I did Lenny Waites wedding this summer and Andy Vernons wife and Gemma Hillier-Moses (all fellow athletes), because it works very well with training, its just one morning.Meadows has been a fine servant to the British team over the years but the 34-year-old faded in the closing stages to finish fourth in 2:03.81.In other events, Charlie Grice guaranteed a spot at the World Indoors by winning the 1500m in 3:46.50. Tiffany Porter impressed in the 60m hurdles Michigan-born Tiffany Porter sealed her qualification by winning the 60m hurdles in 7.98 and Steph Twell will join her in Portland after she comprehensively won the 3,000m in 8:54.99.Chris Baker won the high jump with a clearance of 2.29m, beating Olympic bronze medallist Robbie Grabarz (2.26m) into second, but both men are set to be on the team.And 17-year-old Toby Harries claimed the mens 200m title, finishing with a flourish to win in 21.33 seconds from Ben Snaith and David Lima.Hannah England, the 2011 World Championship silver medallist, won the 1500m in 4:15.44 but is due to skip Portland.Elsewhere, Paralympic champion Aled Davies threw a new F42 shot put world record of 16.14m. Aled Davies set a new world record in the F42 shot put The British team for the World Indoors (March 17-20), will be selected on Monday and named the following day.But many athletes are skipping the event in order to focus on preparing for the outdoor season, so the team will have a slimline look and comprise 20-30 athletes. Balenciaga Outlet Online Uk . John Lucas, signed as a mentor for rookie Trey Burke, showed he can score if required, scoring 12 points of his 16 points in the second quarter as Utah built an 18-point lead. Balenciaga Shoes Clearance . The Nashville Predators were glad their captain was still on their side. Weber had a goal and two assists, and Roman Josi scored the shootout winner to lift the Predators to a 4-3 win over the Flyers on Thursday night. http://www.wholesalebalenciagauk.com/ . It was the second consecutive win for the Pacers (2-5), who lost their first five preseason games. 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Timroy Allen was named Man of the Match for his vital 53 off 27 balls at No. 7, which rescued USA after they were 107 for 5 in their chase of 186.Allen struck four fours and two sixes and teamed with Elmore Hutchinson to add 46 for the eighth wicket - USAs best partnership of the match - before falling in the 35th over with nine still needed to win. Allen was dismissed by left-arm seamer Luis di Giglio. Hutchinson was also caught behind off di Giglio two overs later to force last man Danial Ahmed into the fray with two runs still required.The 37th over ended with two dot balls and and No. 10 Jessy Singh took a single to third man off the first ball of the 38th, from Gian Meade, to level the scores. Ahmed then guided the next ball to short third man and a frantic single clinched victory for the hosts. It was a moment of redemption for Ahmed after he conceded 18 runs in his only over of the day.Italy elected to bat first on an overcast morning and rain then caused a 30-minute delay to the start of play and curtailed the match to 46 overs a side. Allen had bowled only one delivery before the rain returned and play was delayed for 45 minutes, causing the overs to be cut down to 41.USAs pace bowlers struggled to grip the wet ball but USA added to their troubles by missing six chances in the field. Italys openers Manpreet Singh and Supun Tharanga got a reprieve each when they were on 5 and 1 respectively. Tharangas was the easier of the two chances, spilled at second slip by Alex Amsterdam off Hutchinson in the sixth over. Both batsmen went on to make half-centuries and put together a 118-run opening stand.The partnership showed no signs of slowing down but was broken due to a blunder by the batting pair, which arguably cost Italy the match. Manpreet flicked a single off Timil Patel to deep midwicket to bring up his fifty in the 26th over and, in their excitement to celebrate the milestone, both batsmen left their crease to meet at the centre of the pitch. However, Jessy Singh had not yet collected the ball running in from the boundary, let alone relay it in to the wicketkeeper Akeem Dodson. The bails were taken off by Dodson and USA appealed. After a lengthy discussion to confirm the ball was still live, umpire Iftikhar Ali raised his finger to rule Tharanga out for 52.It was the catalyst USA needed to slow down Italys progress and three balls later Manpreet top-edged a pull off Amsterdams part-time offspin to be caught at midwicket by Allen for 50. Italy struggled to regain momentum as Allen took 1 for 16 bowling fivve overs of offspin after going wicketless in three overs of medium-pace with the new ball.ddddddddddddOman survived a scare from Bermuda before prevailing by four wickets at Severn Cricket Field. Following their loss to USA in the first match, Bermuda shook up their batting order, promoting Kamau Leverock and Dean Minors as openers after they were asked to bat in a match reduced to 40 overs a side. The move had the desired effect as Leverock left Oman shellshocked by racing to 30 off 18 balls in the first five overs to take the score to 40 for 0.Leverock eventually made 47 off 37 balls before the opening partnership of 72 was broken by Mohammad Nadeem in the 13th over. Once Leverock fell, Bermuda added 101 runs to their score in 27.2 overs and were kept in check by legspinner Khawar Alis 4 for 25, which limited them to a score of 173 for 9.The Oman chase got off to a shaky start as both openers fell within the first three overs to make it 15 for 2. Midway through the chase, Oman lost two wickets in the space of three balls - Saturdays Man-of-the-Match Swapnil Khadye was run out by Leverocks relay throw for 24 and Ajay Lalcheta fell for a golden duck in the next over - and found themselves at 70 for 5.Jatinder Singh held his nerve to score an unbeaten 68 off 52. His unbeaten 55-run seventh-wicket stand with Amir Ali helped get Oman over the line with six overs to spare.Denmark, too, were unbeaten after recording a six-wicket win over Jersey in another match reduced to 40 overs after morning rain. Denmark sent Jersey in to bat at the toss and bowled them out for 158 in 36.4 overs. Offspinner Bashir Shah wiped out Jerseys top order, taking four of the first five wickets, to finish with his second successive four-for.Anthony Hawkins-Kay top-scored with 35 at No. 6 for Jersey and dismissed Freddie Klokker for 9 at the start of Denmarks chase but Denmark cruised through the rest of the innings. Man-of-the-Match Saif Ahmad struck an unbeaten 67 and added 83 for the third wicket with Hamid Shah to take their side to within 17 runs of victory. Ben Kynman broken the stand and then added Michael Pedersen to his haul of 3 for 45 but lacked support from the rest of the attack as Denmark achieved victory with 7.5 overs to spare.The tournament will resume on Tuesday after a rest day on Monday. USA and Oman will clash at Wright Cricket Field while Denmark will take on winless Bermuda at Wong Cricket Field. Italy and Jersey will square off at Severn Cricket Field with both sides seeking their first win, while the loser will be in danger of relegation. ' ' '

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