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Sunday August 12, 2012                10:49am EDT

Stephen Kiprotich drew inspiration from Uganda’s only previous Olympic champion and capitalised on the benefits of training at altitude in Kenya to win the London Games men’s marathon on Sunday.

“I was unknown, now I am known,” Kiprotich told reporters after winning Uganda’s first medal of the Games in the final event of the athletics programme before thousands of cheering spectators on the streets of London.

John Akii-Bua, who set a world record in the 1972 Munich Games 400 metres hurdles final, was Uganda’s only other Olympic champion.

“I always kept him in mind,” Kiprotich said after accelerating away from Kenyans Wilson Kipsang and Abel Kirui with six kilometres remaining in the 42.195km race past some of London’s most celebrated landmarks on a hot and humid morning.

“I saw him coming like a cheetah,” exclaimed twice world champion Kirui, who had been locked in a three-way battle with Kiprotich and London champion Kipsang since the 30-km mark on a loop course with one short and three long laps.

“It was very hard to control that kind of move.”

Kipsang had taken the early lead, passing the halfway stage in 63 minutes 15 seconds in a successful attempt to split the field, before he was gradually reeled in by Kiprotich and Kirui.

“I took it out because the pace was so slow and I knew we would have problems at the end so I tried to push,” he explained.

Kiprotich crossed the line in two hours eight minutes one second, 26 seconds ahead of Kirui. Kipsang was 1:10 further back.

His time, in his fourth marathon, was the third fastest at the Olympic Games and his gold medal was the first of any kind by a Ugandan distance runner.

Kiprotich, 23, trains in Eldoret with a number of elite Kenyans, including Emmanuel Mutai, the east Africans’ third man in Sunday’s race.

“The problem with Uganda is that there are no facilities,” he said. “I come from an area where there are no facilities.

“I spend some time in Kenya, some in Uganda but most of my time is spent in Kenya in a training camp.

“At the start of the race I thought either Kenya would win, Ethiopia would win. Then I thought maybe I could move.

“It is our second gold medal. I made history for my people, my coaches, my manager, for Uganda. I am happy.”

from:  http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/12/oly-athl-athmar-day-idUSL6E8JC1PV20120812

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Stephen Kiprotich was born on February 27th, 1989 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Kiprotich

February 27th, 1989

February 27th

2 + 27 +2+0+1+2 = 34 = his personal year (from February 27th, 2012 to February 26th, 2013) = Quickest.  Fastest.  Running.  Race.  Top speed.  Generating a buzz.

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August 11, 2012

The family Krzyzewski gathered at an Italian restaurant late last week, all 16 of them, as the end to another Olympic basketball tournament drew near. Children crawled under the table. Food spilled. Babies cried.

Mike Krzyzewski, the family patriarch, zoned out the chaos that surrounded him. As coach of the United States men’s national team, as architect of USA Basketball’s resurgence, he knew Argentina waited in the semifinals. His face betrayed his focus, which was not on dinner.

“Just a relaxing night with your family, right?” his middle daughter, Lindy Frasher, said to him.

As Frasher retold the story Saturday, he looked at her, raised an eyebrow and nodded. Mission mode, she called his facial expression.

Krzyzewski will coach in what seems certain to be his final international basketball game Sunday, a gold medal rematch between the United States and Spain. Beyond the 12 men he will lead onto the court at North Greenwich Arena, those closest to him will also be in attendance, and they are all female. They are his three daughters and his wife, Mickie.

He referred to them in one news conference last week, after a female moderator cut one answer off. “I’m surrounded by women,” Krzyzewski joked. “I’m used to being bossed around.”

Surrounded by women, Krzyzewski, of all people. He grew up without a sister, went to an all-boys Catholic high school, attended West Point before it allowed women, served in the Army and became a basketball coach. A men’s basketball coach.

Now, the women in his life, the ones who call his Duke team “our Duke team,” helped him to become both a better coach and an international one. The family traveled to every tournament, as Krzyzewski coached LeBron James and Kobe Bryant by day and returned to his wife and his children and his grandchildren at night. Frasher said that over the years, “We, I don’t want to say, softened him.” She paused. “But we softened him.”

“He would be a nightmare if he had sons,” his oldest child, Debbie Savarino, added.

They saw the gentler Krzyzewski before the Argentina game, when just before tip-off, he looked for his family in the stands. He found his grandchildren and motioned to them, his index finger moving up and down. The kiddo finger, they call it.

Mickie and the couple’s daughters — Savarino, 41; Frasher, 35; Jamie Spatola, 30 — gathered around a banquet table at the team hotel Saturday night and tried not to think about the end. The children were just that back in 1992, when Krzyzewski served as an assistant with the Dream Team at the Barcelona Games. They played checkers in the game room, next to where the future Hall of Famers held their card games every night.

The pressure did not exist then, not with that team, not as the family of an assistant. It felt, Savarino said, “like a big family vacation.”

Over the years, Krzyzewski’s daughters sometimes wondered if he would coach the national team. That became a reality in 2005, when the couple went to Las Vegas on vacation and Jerry Colangelo, chairman of USA Basketball, flew out and took Krzyzewski to dinner.

Mickie joined them for dessert. She knew right away that her husband had broken one family rule, a vote on all major decisions. She knew her husband well enough to know he would not turn the job down.

“People maybe think this is schmaltzy and hokey, but he’s very, very patriotic,” she said. “And very service oriented.”

The family joined Krzyzewski and the so-called Redeem Team for the Beijing Games in 2008. Spatola sat in on meetings, conducted interviews and wrote a book, “The Gold Standard,” based on her father’s USA Basketball experience — a family affair, even in print.

Beijing felt so much different than Barcelona. In 2008, Krzyzewski coached the best basketball players in the world, and if they lost, for whatever reason, the blame would have fallen to the college coach in charge of them.

“I was terrified,” Frasher said. “We felt like my dad’s legacy was on the line.”

The United States played Spain for the gold medal. Normally, in crunch time, Frasher will look to Savarino for reassurance, a “we’re good,” or a “don’t worry.” With two minutes left against Spain, Frasher looked over. “This is really bad,” Savarino told her. Spatola curled up in the fetal position, nearly unable to watch.

When the United States won gold, each player draped his medal around Krzyzewski’s neck. In the stands, his family cried. The family later watched that game together. Krzyzewski explained what had happened on the court. His daughters told him what had happened in the stands.

After the Olympics ended, Krzyzewski did not emphatically say he planned to quit the international job. He met with Colangelo when both happened to be in Chicago for a conference. They ordered deep dish pizza and drank red wine.

“We sat in the hotel lobby,” Colangelo said. “A Polish kid and an Italian kid from Chicago. Two neighborhood guys. That’s how things get done.”

When Krzyzewski signed on for another four years, his family did as well. That meant he would hold Team USA training camps in the summers, meant he would coach the Americans in Turkey in the world championships in 2010. They knew the time it took, the scouting involved, even if to the rest of the world the gig seemed remarkably easy. A reporter asked Krzyzewski last week if coaching all these All-Stars felt like kindergarten.

His family saw the work involved. After the United States toppled Argentina on Friday, Krzyzewski and his staff broke down tape. Mickie said he returned to their hotel room at 5:15 a.m. and paced the room before he went to bed. Serious to the end, apparently. Krzyzewski did join his family for a day of sightseeing; they took in Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.

At a recent team meal, as each player entered, the room broke into applause. USA Basketball’s extended family clapped for Krzyzewski, too. He silenced the room immediately. “Let’s save it,” he said.

Krzyzewski met his wife in Chicago, through a mutual friend. He asked her out the first time he met her. He took her to a Martha Reeves and the Vandellas show. They danced. When he returned to West Point, he wrote her a letter and asked if she would go to a Chicago Bears game on one of his breaks. He later told her that in that instance she was his third choice. They married the day he graduated.

“I used to tell him, I didn’t sign up for this coaching gig,” she said. “I married a soldier. But what I realized is that he’s still a soldier.”

Mission mode throughout.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/sports/olympics/coach-krzyzewski-nurtures-champions-with-family-at-his-side.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all

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Mike Krzyzewski was born on February 13th, 1947 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Krzyzewski

February 13th, 1947

2 + 13 +1+9+4+7 = 36 = his life lesson = Managing.  Crushing the competition.

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In the U.S. men’s basketball team’s first exhibition game this summer, it took 33 three-pointers against the Dominican Republic.

Against Nigeria in group play, the Americans attempted 46 three-pointers and made 29, an amazing 63%. And Carmelo Anthony made 10 of 12 and set a U.S. Olympics record with 37 points.

And why not? It’s an easy three.

At 22 feet, 1.7 inches, the FIBA international three-point line is closer to the basket than the NBA three-point line, which is 23 feet, 9 inches, except in the corner, where it’s 22 feet.

“It’s a lot easier,” Anthony said. “In our league, that’s a normal shot. That’s my range. That’s a shot that I take on a consistent basis and feel comfortable making.”

FIBA secretary general Patrick Baumann said in an interview Saturday that when FIBA moved its three-point line to its current spot in 2010 it should have moved it to the NBA distance.

“We have come to conclusion, at least in our mind, that we will at some point move it back to the NBA distance,” Baumann said. “It is obvious people have adjusted very fast. We think probably we should have gone sooner to the NBA distance from Day One.”

When U.S. forward Kevin Durant shoots a three, fans yell “layup,” an indication of how easy it is for Durant to make that shot.

“Kevin Durant, I think you can put it back as far as you want, and he will still make the points,” Baumann said. “There is no difference for some players.”

The U.S. men’s basketball team has destroyed opponents at the three-point line, and that strategy is expected to be a key in Sunday’s USA-Spain gold medal game.

If Spain has a chance, it must hit its threes and limit those by the Americans. Anthony is shooting 52.5%, Kobe Bryant 43.8%, Chris Paul 45.8% on three-pointers.

With the U.S. spacing the floor, that gives LeBron James ample opportunity to drive to the basket, leaving him with multiple options: shoot it himself if the defense decides to guard the three-point line or pass to open shooter if the defense collapses on him. It doesn’t leave an opponent with good choices.

Or as Lithuania coach Kestutis Kemzura said: “You have to pick your poison and then decide what you want to die from.”

Because the USA has played more games than every team other than Spain, let’s look at the number of three-point attempts the Americans take a game: 36.6, 12 more than the next closest teams, Lithuania (24.3 a game) and Argentina (24.1 a game).

The USA has made 16.3 threes for 44.5%. No other team is above 39.1%, and Spain is shooting 32.8% on threes. The Americans would have to make 66.7% of their two-point attempts to score as many points as they’ve scored shooting 44.5% on three-pointers.

Durant is shooting 55.8% on three-pointers and made eight of 10 three-pointers in a 126-97 victory against Argentina in group play. In a stretch where Durant made three consecutive threes, he launched one from 30 feet and it was all net.

“If DWill (Deron Williams) had thrown it to me a step across halfcourt, I was going to shoot,” Durant said. “It was just one of the things where I was feeling. It was a heat check. There were going to give me that ball, and no matter where I was I was going to pull it.”

from:  http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/london/basketball/story/2012-08-11/London-Olympics-US-mens-basketball-Carmelo-Anthony/56980586/1

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Kobe Bryant was born on August 23rd, 1978 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobe_bryant

August 23rd, 1978

August 23rd

8 + 23 +2+0+1+1 = 35 = his personal year (from August 23rd, 2011 to August 22nd, 2012) = Defense.

35 year + 7 (July) = 42 = his personal month (from July 23rd, 2012 to August 22nd, 2012) = Everybody loves Kobe Bryant.

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In the U.S. men’s basketball team’s first exhibition game this summer, it took 33 three-pointers against the Dominican Republic.

Against Nigeria in group play, the Americans attempted 46 three-pointers and made 29, an amazing 63%. And Carmelo Anthony made 10 of 12 and set a U.S. Olympics record with 37 points.

And why not? It’s an easy three.

At 22 feet, 1.7 inches, the FIBA international three-point line is closer to the basket than the NBA three-point line, which is 23 feet, 9 inches, except in the corner, where it’s 22 feet.

“It’s a lot easier,” Anthony said. “In our league, that’s a normal shot. That’s my range. That’s a shot that I take on a consistent basis and feel comfortable making.”

FIBA secretary general Patrick Baumann said in an interview Saturday that when FIBA moved its three-point line to its current spot in 2010 it should have moved it to the NBA distance.

“We have come to conclusion, at least in our mind, that we will at some point move it back to the NBA distance,” Baumann said. “It is obvious people have adjusted very fast. We think probably we should have gone sooner to the NBA distance from Day One.”

When U.S. forward Kevin Durant shoots a three, fans yell “layup,” an indication of how easy it is for Durant to make that shot.

“Kevin Durant, I think you can put it back as far as you want, and he will still make the points,” Baumann said. “There is no difference for some players.”

The U.S. men’s basketball team has destroyed opponents at the three-point line, and that strategy is expected to be a key in Sunday’s USA-Spain gold medal game.

If Spain has a chance, it must hit its threes and limit those by the Americans. Anthony is shooting 52.5%, Kobe Bryant 43.8%, Chris Paul 45.8% on three-pointers.

With the U.S. spacing the floor, that gives LeBron James ample opportunity to drive to the basket, leaving him with multiple options: shoot it himself if the defense decides to guard the three-point line or pass to open shooter if the defense collapses on him. It doesn’t leave an opponent with good choices.

Or as Lithuania coach Kestutis Kemzura said: “You have to pick your poison and then decide what you want to die from.”

Because the USA has played more games than every team other than Spain, let’s look at the number of three-point attempts the Americans take a game: 36.6, 12 more than the next closest teams, Lithuania (24.3 a game) and Argentina (24.1 a game).

The USA has made 16.3 threes for 44.5%. No other team is above 39.1%, and Spain is shooting 32.8% on threes. The Americans would have to make 66.7% of their two-point attempts to score as many points as they’ve scored shooting 44.5% on three-pointers.

Durant is shooting 55.8% on three-pointers and made eight of 10 three-pointers in a 126-97 victory against Argentina in group play. In a stretch where Durant made three consecutive threes, he launched one from 30 feet and it was all net.

“If DWill (Deron Williams) had thrown it to me a step across halfcourt, I was going to shoot,” Durant said. “It was just one of the things where I was feeling. It was a heat check. There were going to give me that ball, and no matter where I was I was going to pull it.”

from:  http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/london/basketball/story/2012-08-11/London-Olympics-US-mens-basketball-Carmelo-Anthony/56980586/1

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Kevin Durant was born on September 29th, 1988 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Durant

September 29th, 1988

September 29th

9 + 29 +2+0+1+1 = 42 = his personal year (from September 29th, 2011 to September 28th, 2012) = Everybody loves Kevin Durant.

42 year + 7 (July) = 49 = his personal month (from July 29th, 2012 to August 28th, 2012) = Wish come true.

Nine of Cups Tarot card

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The USA's Carmelo Anthony reacts Friday after sinking a three-pointer vs. Argentina.

In the U.S. men’s basketball team’s first exhibition game this summer, it took 33 three-pointers against the Dominican Republic.

Against Nigeria in group play, the Americans attempted 46 three-pointers and made 29, an amazing 63%. And Carmelo Anthony made 10 of 12 and set a U.S. Olympics record with 37 points.

And why not? It’s an easy three.

At 22 feet, 1.7 inches, the FIBA international three-point line is closer to the basket than the NBA three-point line, which is 23 feet, 9 inches, except in the corner, where it’s 22 feet.

“It’s a lot easier,” Anthony said. “In our league, that’s a normal shot. That’s my range. That’s a shot that I take on a consistent basis and feel comfortable making.”

FIBA secretary general Patrick Baumann said in an interview Saturday that when FIBA moved its three-point line to its current spot in 2010 it should have moved it to the NBA distance.

“We have come to conclusion, at least in our mind, that we will at some point move it back to the NBA distance,” Baumann said. “It is obvious people have adjusted very fast. We think probably we should have gone sooner to the NBA distance from Day One.”

When U.S. forward Kevin Durant shoots a three, fans yell “layup,” an indication of how easy it is for Durant to make that shot.

“Kevin Durant, I think you can put it back as far as you want, and he will still make the points,” Baumann said. “There is no difference for some players.”

The U.S. men’s basketball team has destroyed opponents at the three-point line, and that strategy is expected to be a key in Sunday’s USA-Spain gold medal game.

If Spain has a chance, it must hit its threes and limit those by the Americans. Anthony is shooting 52.5%, Kobe Bryant 43.8%, Chris Paul 45.8% on three-pointers.

With the U.S. spacing the floor, that gives LeBron James ample opportunity to drive to the basket, leaving him with multiple options: shoot it himself if the defense decides to guard the three-point line or pass to open shooter if the defense collapses on him. It doesn’t leave an opponent with good choices.

Or as Lithuania coach Kestutis Kemzura said: “You have to pick your poison and then decide what you want to die from.”

Because the USA has played more games than every team other than Spain, let’s look at the number of three-point attempts the Americans take a game: 36.6, 12 more than the next closest teams, Lithuania (24.3 a game) and Argentina (24.1 a game).

The USA has made 16.3 threes for 44.5%. No other team is above 39.1%, and Spain is shooting 32.8% on threes. The Americans would have to make 66.7% of their two-point attempts to score as many points as they’ve scored shooting 44.5% on three-pointers.

Durant is shooting 55.8% on three-pointers and made eight of 10 three-pointers in a 126-97 victory against Argentina in group play. In a stretch where Durant made three consecutive threes, he launched one from 30 feet and it was all net.

“If DWill (Deron Williams) had thrown it to me a step across halfcourt, I was going to shoot,” Durant said. “It was just one of the things where I was feeling. It was a heat check. There were going to give me that ball, and no matter where I was I was going to pull it.”

from:  http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/london/basketball/story/2012-08-11/London-Olympics-US-mens-basketball-Carmelo-Anthony/56980586/1

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Carmelo Anthony was born on May 29th, 1984 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmelo_Anthony

May 29th, 1984

May 29th

5 + 29 +2+0+1+2 = 39 = his personal year (from May 29th, 2012 to May 28th, 2013) = Perfect.  Compliments.

Knight of Cups Tarot card

39 year + 7 (July) = 46 = his personal month (from July 29th, 2012 to August 28th, 2012) = Making history.

Six of Cups Tarot card

46 month + 12 (12th of the month on Sunday August 12th, 2012) = 58 = his personal day = Halftime.

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              United States' Lebron James, center, is congratulated by teammates Kevin Durant, right, and Kevin Love, bottom, after slamming a dunk in a men's basketball semifinal game against Argentina at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Collins, finishing up his fourth year as NBC’s Olympic basketball analyst, said he believes the U.S. Dream Team from the 1992 Barcelona Games would beat the current United States team in a hypothetical matchup. The 1992 team’s front line is too imposing, he said.

With each sport having different rules concerning amateurism, Olympians return to varied lifestyles.

The more important matter at hand for the U.S. team is the gold-medal game Sunday against Spain. Spain has a solid front line, too, but will succeed or fail on the strength of its guard play, Collins said.

The Americans are “close to where they want to be, but all of the pressure is on them to win the gold medal,” he said. “Otherwise, it’s going to be a failure for them. They know that. It’s gold or bust for them.”

Collins is happy for a day off between games because his day job keeps him pretty busy. The current Philadelphia 76ers head coach has watched from London as the 76ers participated in a four-team megadeal that landed Andrew Bynum from the L.A. Lakers while sending Andre Iguodala to Denver.

Michael Jordan once said that participating on the Dream Team helped him learn some weaknesses of his All-Star teammates, things that he could exploit in later games. Collins said he knows the current players pretty well. The advantage to his analyst’s job comes in getting to know some of the international players, and evaluate whether they could play in the NBA.

Being a current coach also brings him fresh material for his analyst’s role.

“A big part of the Olympics is being able to story tell and to make it personal,” he said, “so you know these guys by more than just their numbers.”

The strength of the U.S. team this year is its versatility, with so many players able to operate all over the court. The team has proven to be explosive offensively when the 3-point shots are falling. Collins said he always believed the team’s supposed weakness in the front court was overstated since the U.S. has steadily outrebounded foes.

from:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/olympics/olympic-viewing-collins-anticipates-mens-basketball-gold-medal/2012/08/11/aecd1102-e430-11e1-89f7-76e23a982d06_story.html

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LeBron James was born on December 30th, 1984 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebron_james

December 30th, 1984

December 30th

12 + 30 +2+0+1+1 = 46 = his personal month (from December 30th, 2011 to December 29th, 2012) = Making history.

Six of Cups Tarot card

46 year + 7 (July) = 53 = his personal month (from July 30th, 2012 to August 29th, 2012) = Having a warrior spirit.

Knight of Swords Tarot card

53 + 12 (12th of the month on Sunday August 12th, 2012) = 65 = his personal day = Worldly success.  On top of the world.

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August 11, 2012

The last time the United States lost an Olympic women’s 4×400-meter relay final, in 1992, Francena McCorory was 3-years-old.

On Saturday night, McCorory ran the third leg for the American squad that continued its dominance in the event. The quartet of DeeDee Trotter, Allyson Felix, McCorory and Sanya Richards-Ross was timed in 3 minutes 16.87 seconds, well ahead of the silver medalists from Russia (3:20.23). Jamaica took third in 3:20.95.

With an opening leg of 49.57, Trotter handed Felix a lead of several meters, which she expanded with a split of 48.85. McCorory ran a 48.85 split and Richards-Ross came home in 49.07. The previous night, the 4×100 relay, which featured Felix, broke a world record that had stood for 27 years. For a while, it appeared that another bolt might strike out. But in the end, the 24-year-old world record of 3:15.17, set by the Soviet Union, was safe.

For Felix, 26, the relay offered a sense of what might have been. Her best time in the 400 meters, a 49.70, would have tied for the silver medal here but she bypassed the event here in favor of the 100 meters.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/12/sports/olympics/olympic-relay-womens-united-states-mens-bolt.html

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DeeDee Trotter was born on December 8th, 1982 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeeDee_Trotter

December 8th, 1982

12 + 8 +1+9+8+2 = 40 = her life lesson = Doing her part.

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