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MOSCOW -- Extra security measures are planned for the 2018 World Cup in Russia following hooligan violence at the European Championship, new FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura said on Tuesday.Russian fans, some equipped with martial arts gear, clashed with English supporters in Marseille city center and inside the stadium during the tournament in France.Asked during her first visit to Moscow about fears that such violence could be repeated in Russia, Samoura said there will be additional measures, including known troublemakers being banned from stadiums.Samoura said FIFA observers attended all host cities during the European Championship, and their recommendations would form a key part of future security policy.All these lessons learned will be used not only here but also in the future by FIFA in any country where we identity a high risk of security, she said.Samoura did not provide specifics of the new measures or say whether any FIFA observers were present for the violence in Marseille.Security during the World Cup in the Russian Federation is guaranteed by the government, Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said. The security will be unobtrusive, but serious.It is not the first time security plans for the 2018 World Cup have been altered. Last year, organizers said there would be a greater focus on securing fan zones from terrorism in the wake of attacks in Paris.Russia has tightened its anti-hooligan measures in the run-up to the World Cup, introducing legislation to ban offenders from stadiums. An amendment to that law, signed this week by President Vladimir Putin, means blacklisted fans names will be published by Russian police.Russian authorities provided just 30 names of suspected troublemakers to French police ahead of Euro 2016, against 2,500 supplied by Germany.However, Marseille authorities thanked Russian police for sharing intelligence which led to the convictions of three Russian fans for involvement in the Marseille violence and the deportation of 20 more.Samoura announced the tightened security measures for the World Cup as FIFA revealed the ticket prices for the 2018 tournament.The cheapest tickets for foreign fans at group stage games will rise more than 16 percent since 2014, with the new prices set at $105 -- a $15 increase on the equivalent tickets in Brazil two years ago.Tickets for the final cost between $455 and $1,100, and those for the opening game between $220 and $550.Russian residents can benefits from sharp discounts, with the cheapest tickets for the domestic audience selling for 1,280 rubles ($20), roughly the same as those for local fans at the previous tournaments in Brazil and South Africa.Swell Fles Bestellen .J. -- Josh Cribbs was in the Pro Bowl in February and out of a job six months later. 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Overall, more than 100 Russians have been excluded, including 67 in track and field.RIO DE JANEIRO -- One of the lead investigators into the Russian doping crisis accused the World Anti-Doping Agency of contributing to the chaos ahead of the Olympics by not pushing for a probe into the countrys entire sports system at an earlier date.Jack Robertson, the chief investigator for the probe of Russias track team, told Pro Publica that WADA president Craig Reedie had to be literally pressured into every investigation.Reedie responded by telling The Associated Press that Robertson, who left WADA under pressure in January, is clearly a disaffected former employee.NBAOKLAHOMA CITY -- A month after Kevin Durant bolted for Golden State, star guard Russell Westbrook signed a contract extension to stay in Oklahoma City.The team confirmed Westbrook signed the extension. A person with direct knowledge of the terms said the two sides agreed on a new three-year deal worth $85.7 million. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team did not release terms.After the announcement, the team feted Westbrook during an event that was part pep rally and part press conference.NFLMINNEAPOLIS -- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodells power to freely punish Adrian Peterson has prevailed, two seasons after the Minnesota running back became embroiled in a child-abuse case that heightened the dispute over league discipline.A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an NFL arbitrator acted within his rights by upholding Goodells six-game suspension of Peterson in 2014. That came under the personal conduct policy the league toughened up following a brutal act of caught-on-video domestic violence committed by Baltimore running back Ray Rice.GOLFCROMWELL, Conn. -- Jerry Kelly played off the emotion of what he considers a home crowd Thursday in the Travelers Championship, shooting a 6-under 64 for a share of the first-round lead with Vaughn Taylor and Andrew Loupe.The 49-year-old Kelly, who played at the nearby University of Hartford, started his afternoon on the back nine at TPC River Highlands, sinking a 45-foot putt for eagle on his sixth hole of the day, the courses signature par-4 15th.Taylor, the 40-year-old who woon for the first time since 2005 at Pebble Beach this year, strung together five consecutive birdies starting on the 12th hole and shot a 30 on the back nine.ddddddddddddLoupe, who at 27 is looking for his first PGA Tour win, had seven birdies and a bogey on the day. He pulled into a tie for the lead after a 128-yard approach shot on 18 gave him a 2-foot birdie putt.Jon Rahm, the 21-year-old Spaniard who turned pro in June, eagled the par-5 13th hole and was a stroke back along with Ben Martin and Marc Leishman.NBANORTH BERWICK, Scotland -- Englishmen Chris Wood and Matt Fitzpatrick won their first-round matches in the Paul Lawrie Match Play as they look to lock up their first Europes Ryder Cup spots.Wood beat Australias Brett Rumford 4 and 3, and Fitzpatrick raced to a 6-up lead after nine holes before closing out Denmarks Thomas Bjorn 4 and 3.Wood is the top-seeded player at Archerfield and, like Fitzpatrick, currently occupies a spot on the European team for the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine next month in Minnesota. Tournament host Paul Lawrie also advanced to the last 32, beating Denmarks Lucas Bjerregaard 4 and 2.U.S. WOMENS AMATEURSPRINGFIELD, Pa. -- South Koreas Eun Jeong Seong and Italys Virginia Elena Carta each won two matches in the U.S. Womens Amateur to keep alive their bids for rare season sweeps.The 16-year-old Seong is trying to become the first player to win the event and U.S. Girls Junior in the same season, and the 19-year-old Carta is attempting to become the second player to win the tournament and NCAA individual title in the same year.Seong beat Thailands Chakansim (Fai) Khamborn 5 and 4 in the morning in the round of 32 at Rolling Green, and topped fellow South Korean player Hye-Jin Choi 6 and 5 in the afternoon round of 16.AUTO RACINGDENVER -- Martin Truex Jr. has signed a two-year contract extension with Furniture Row Racing, keeping him with his NASCAR team through the 2018 season.The Denver-based operation also announced that Bass Pro Shops and Tracker Boats will increase their primary sponsorship on the No. 78 Toyota from 12 to 16 races in 2017. The outdoorsman giants served as Truexs primary sponsors for his back-to-back Xfinity Series championships (2004-05) and the first three years of his Sprint Cup career (2006-08).They were reunited this season.TENNISATLANTA -- Second-seeded Nick Kyrgios of Australia advanced to the BB&T Atlanta Open quarterfinals, beating American Jared Donaldson 7-6 (4), 6-3 in a rain-interrupted match.Kyrgios won an indoor event in Marseille, France, in February for his lone tour title. He will face fifth-seeded Fernando Verdasco of Spain, a 6-1, 6-3 winner over Frances Julien Benneteau.Japans Yoshihito Nishioka and Argentinas Horacio Zeballos set up a quarterfinal in the day session.Cheap Jerseys [url=http://www.cheapauthenticnfljerseys.net/]China NFs

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