A GAA club has provided an update on players injured in a horror fall from the back of a lorry during a celebration this evening.
Enniskerry GAA Club released a statement on Facebook over the incident that saw nine rushed to hospital from Enniskerry village in Co Wicklow this evening, hitting out at "false rumors" and those who shared videos of the fall on social media.
The club said: "There is no critical or life-threatening injuries after tonight’s accident nor was there any deaths.
"Some players have bad injuries but everyone will be fine.
"We’d appreciate if people could stop spreading false rumors and sharing videos.
The Polish Ewa Brodnicka gave the reigning WBO title holder Edith Soledad Matthysse a kiss on the mouth during the stare down, just after the weighing. Matthysse didn't like this and immediately gave Brodnicka a bitch's hit, followed by a mini skirmish.
The 35-year-old Brodnicka, champion of the lightweight, will defend her title in Czestochowa, Poland, on Friday."
Diana Yturbe is a really, really strong 14-year-old. At just 136 pounds, she can deadlift 347 pounds.
To put that in perspective: That's about the weight of two beer kegs. "Sometimes I look at myself and I'm like, I can't believe I [can] do this," Diana, who lives in Parsippany, New Jersey, told InsideEdition.com.
Diana is a champion powerlifter who set four national records at the USA Youth Nationals Powerlifting Championship.
Boxer Boris Stanchov died after being allowed to fight under his cousin Isus Velichkov's licence.
Initial reports suggested it was the latter who had passed away after collapsing during the fifth round of a contest against Ardit Murja at a show in Albania at the weekend before falling to the ground in his corner.
The fight was immediately called off as medical teams rushed to help and the featherweight was taken to hospital but could not be resuscitated.
According to Albanian television he suffered a cardiac arrest and it was only when Velichkov came forward that it was clear who had passed away.
A scary moment occurred during the fourth inning of the Dodgers' 4-3, 11-inning win over the D-backs on Sunday, when Los Angeles rookie right-hander Dustin May was hit in the head by a liner off the bat of Jake Lamb, which led to May's departure.
With the bases loaded and one out, Lamb drove a pitch from May directly back to the righty with an exit velocity of 91.6 mph (per Statcast), hitting him on the right side of the head.
May immediately dropped to the ground, holding his head. May passed the concussion protocol after the game and said he had no headaches or other symptoms, with the injury being described as a head contusion.
He said it helped that the ball got a slight piece of his glove before it hit the band on the side of his hat.
Simone Biles is the first person in history to perform this dismount. Watch her full beam routine from U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Mo. part of Team USA Champions Series presented by Xfinity.
Brittney Griner chases Kristine Anigwe down the court and is restrained, causing both players to be ejected along with Diana Taurasi, Briann January, Kayla Thornton and Kaela Davis during the Dallas Wings' 80-77 victory over the Phoenix Mercury.
He reacts the way we all would. Nicolas Mahut got blasted in the crotch at Wimbledon. Woody Harrelson of Cheers, Zombieland, True Detective, Venom, and The Hunger Games fame reacted as we all would. It was a hilarious editing decision by the live crew.
Celtics fans are known to get a little too overzealous when it comes to their team’s young players. But just about everyone checking out the NBA Summer League has a craving for more Tacko.
It’s hard not to be amazed by Tacko Fall, if for nothing other than the 23-year-old’s mighty stature. He stands at 7-foot-6 and owns an 8-foot wingspan. He can simply reach up to pluck rebounds out of the air and can dunk on his tiptoes.
It’s fascinating to watch the big man in action, because opposing players have no shot at outreaching Boston’s young giant.