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  1. Coastal fighters taste successRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2015 | The Advocate

    Two fighters from Burnie's Shen Academy were in fine form at mixed martial arts extravaganza Valor in Launceston on Saturday night, both winning their bouts. Two fighters from Burnie's Shen Academy were in fine form at mixed martial arts extravaganza Valor in Launceston on Saturday night, both winning their bouts.

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  2. Pregnant Barnoldswick mum takes the 22-mile plunge for Diabetes UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2015 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    Barnoldswick mum Samantha, who is taking up a swim challenge to raise money for Diabetes UK, is pictured with her diabetic son Callum, six, and his brother Alfie, four. Samantha Lamb, of Smith Street, is part of team of 13 people to join in Swim 22, a nationwide challenge running from February 22 to May 22 to swim 22 miles, over a long period of time or all in one go, at their local pool to raise awareness and funds for a charity that helps diabetics across the country.

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  3. Gavin Tucker fights his way back into MMA actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | The Chronicle Herald

    There was little doubt at that point that Tucker - a native Newfoundlander who came to St. Francis Xavier to study jazz and stayed in Nova Scotia - was going to be the next one to make it big out of Atlantic Canada in his sport. On Saturday, at ECC 22 at the Halifax Forum, the 28-year-old Tucker starts the rebuild against Michigan's David Harris, 7-6-1.

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  4. De Blasio asks lawmakers for more funds, control of schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    Mayor Bill de Blasio, faced with a shifting leadership in the Legislature and an uncertain alliance with the governor, implored lawmakers in Albany on Wednesday to give New York City its fair share in funding and him more control over its schools and housing laws. De Blasio framed his budget testimony with the central promise of his administration, a pledge to fight income inequality, by asking for the state to devote some of its multibillion-dollar surplus to combat homelessness, improve schools and preserve affordable housing in the nation's largest city.

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  5. NYC mayor asks lawmakers for more funds, control of schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | The Wichita Eagle

    Mayor Bill de Blasio, faced with a shifting leadership in the Legislature and an uncertain alliance with the governor, implored lawmakers in Albany on Wednesday to give New York City its fair share in funding and him more control over its schools and housing laws. De Blasio framed his budget testimony with the central promise of his administration, a pledge to fight income inequality, by asking for the state to devote some of its multibillion-dollar surplus to combat homelessness, improve schools and preserve affordable housing in the nation's largest city.

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  6. Martial arts, lacrosse facilities move to LombardRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Daily Herald

    Two established indoor sporting facilities have decided to relocate to Lombard, including Downers Grove Boxing & MMA, pictured here. Both businesses are moving into an industrial area just east of Finley Road, between Butterfield Road and 22nd Street.

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  7. Level 5 Combat Systems to Instruct at 2015 ILEETA ConferenceRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2015 | PR Log

    PRLog - Feb. 24, 2015 - BRIGHTON, Colo. -- Level 5 Combat Systems, a premier provider of training to Law Enforcement, civilians and commercial air crews has been selected to instruct at the 2015 ILEETA Conference in Wheeling, IL in April.

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  8. Charlie Hebdo Simulation, The Alternative, 911 Reality Check, CIA, & Ban Night VisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2015 | AmmoLand

    After the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks in Paris, a training company in Texas staged a re-enactment using force on force trainers. Not surprisingly, the mainstream media used this as a way to promote the "guns don't help" agenda.

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  9. Six Nations 2015: James Haskell driven by the pursuit of excellenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2015 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies James Haskell has a bucket list that would fill an industrial-scale skip.

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  10. Get Active: Students set up self-defence class for womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2015 | Newham Recorder

    What would you do if somebody grabbed you by the hair or tried to touch you inappropriately on a bus? Thankfully it's a question I've never had to experience answering, but a new self-defence class at Sportsdock aims to equip women with the necessary skills to fight off any attacker. Looking around the room there were women of all ages, sizes and backgrounds - surely we all couldn't be expected to be able to throw a tall, heavy man to the floor? Journalist Sophie Morton taking part in a self defence class with Raho Ibrahim and teacher Sophie Newnes at Sportdock in Newham Our instructor, Sophie Newnes, demonstrated how to get out of a hold by throwing your arms up and forcing your attacker to release their grip.

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  11. Kicking it at a new locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2015 | The Madison Press

    Thunderfoot Karate Master Thad Hughes goes through drills with a class earlier this week. The bigger space will allow Hughes to expand the number and types of classes he can offer.

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  12. Community newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2015 | Bangor Daily News

    These students and teachers of Giles Karate of Hermon took part in the annual karate and ju-jitsu Tournament of Champions, Team Fights and Maine Kesugo and Karate Association awards ceremony on Oct. 25 in Ellsworth. They are Isabel Fiack, Audrey Fiack, Faith Morris, Jacey Fiack, Scott Austin, Robbie Giles, Devin Philbrick, Shalece Fiack, Scott Stewart; teacher Erin Giles, teacher Chuck Pratt, teacher Mike Giles, Bruce Philbrick and teacher Paul Healey.

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  13. Reviving the ancient martial art of . . . swordfighting?Read the original story

    Feb 15, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Sir Albert and Sir Andrew were tied, with two points each. They raised their swords, touched blades for the ceremonial start and attacked.

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  14. Birmingham is a rising star after ju-jitsu goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | Daily Echo

    His campaign for greatness gained new momentum recently with a gold at the European Open Championships, topping an incredible few months for the experienced fighter. The trainer at Exile Gym in Shirley claimed the World Championship belt in the USA in the GI division before claiming silver in the NO GI class in one red letter day.

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  15. Half Moon Bay wrestling repeats as champsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | San Mateo Daily Journal

    Backed by an outstanding performance by the top of their rotation, and six forfeits by rival Terra Nova, the Cougars captured the PAL championship Thursday night at Half Moon Bay in the final dual meet of the season by a 54-23 landslide. Not counting forfeits, Half Moon Bay won its first three matches of the night to set the tone.

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  16. Kentucky sneaks past LSU, improves to 24-0Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | Lebanon Democrat

    Ninety minutes before tip-off, the line of LSU students stretched more than 250 yards. From Maravich Assembly Center to Mike the Tiger's cage, it was the longest line former LSU Coach Dale Brown said he'd seen in 18 years in Baton Rouge.

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  17. Rapper Deso Dogg, shaped by tumultuous German youth, is designated a global terroristRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | The Age

    Denis Cuspert was drawn early to gangsta rap, and later to Islam. Born and raised in West Berlin, jeered at as a half-African child and often at odds with his American stepfather, he fell in with Salafists in Germany, left for Egypt in 2012 and made his way, eventually, to Syria.

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  18. Sports newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2015 | Bangor Daily News

    These students and teachers of Giles Karate of Hermon took part in the annual karate and ju-jitsu Tournament of Champions, Team Fights and Maine Kesugo and Karate Association awards ceremony on Oct. 25 in Ellsworth. They are Isabel Fiack, Audrey Fiack, Faith Morris, Jacey Fiack, Scott Austin, Robbie Giles, Devin Philbrick, Shalece Fiack, Scott Stewart; teacher Erin Giles, teacher Chuck Pratt, teacher Mike Giles, Bruce Philbrick and teacher Paul Healey.

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  19. Buzzer Beater: Sportsmanship at its finestRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2015 | Truro Daily News

    After more than a minute on top of his opponent, Scott Nauss slipped to the side in a seamless move, locking his arms around Kevin Thibault's arm and neck in a triangle choke. Seconds passed by, with Thibault's free arm extended into the air as he fought with the temptation to tap.

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  20. Leesburg motorcycle mechanic thrilled to make mixed-martial-arts fighting debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Jorge Rodriguez,, works the pads with his coach Jui Jitsu black belt Brian Ruscio on Wenesday, January 28, 2015. Rodriguez, a motorcycle mechanic at Gator Harley in Leesburg, will be making his mixed martial arts debut Saturday in Orlando.Tom Benitez/Orlando Sentinel.

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