Thursday, September 15, 2016

Vamsi M

Fifa 17 is All Set for a Grand Launch

So, EA is all set to release much awaited fifa 17. The game features different international teams along with all major clubs. Few major clubs are featured in the game.
These clubs include all teams in Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and many other Italian and Brazilan clubs. EA is also set to have early access for all Xbox One users
There was some confusion in fifa 17 game release time, EA's spokes person quickly clarified that the exact release time will depend on Sony and Microsoft.
To everyone's surprise, Ronaldo is rated more than messi which is quite a change. Ronaldo is rated 94 and his rival Messi is rated just 93.
Reasons for the change is unknown. Messi had enjoyed success in the past season, so does Ronaldo. Few claim that messi's lower rating is due to Barcelona's signing EA's competitor Konami for its latest game PES 2017.
Apart from that EA has also released list of new features in the game. Reus will replace messi in this year's game. Although it makes no big difference for EA, they had to pick the player selected by fans.
Fifa 17 will also feature great stadiums. Some of them include Manchester City's Etihad Stadium, Manchester United's old trafford and many others.
However, Barcelona along with few other stadiums of major clubs wont be seen.That's because of some licensing issues from EA.
The games demo is out on September 13 2016. No wonder, the much expected sporting game is all set for a launch by the end of the month.
Official EA fifa 17 will be available on September 29. Make sure to check that out.
Here is a full list of top 50 player ratings in fifa 17.
50. Blaise Matuidi (CDM 86)
49. Marcelo (LB 86)
48. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ST 86)
47. Dimitri Payet (LM 86)
46. Arjen Robben (RM 87)
45. James Rodríguez (CAM 87)
44. David Silva (LM 87)
43. Karim Benzema (ST 87)
42. Arturo Vidal (CM 87)
41. Sergio Busquets (CDM 87)
40. Samir Handanovič (GK 87)
39. Mats Hummels (CB 87)
38. Thomas Müller (CF 87)
37. Angel Di María (RW 87)
36. Alexis Sánchez (LW 87)
35. Ivan Rakitić (CM 87)
34. Jan Oblak (GK 87)
33. Leonardo Bonucci (CB 87)
32. David Alaba (LB 87)
31. Hugo Lloris (GK 88)
30. Eden Hazard (LM 88)
29. Giorgio Chiellini (CB 88)
28. Petr Cech (GK 88)
27. Toni Kroos (CM 88)
26. Gianluigi Buffon (GK 88)
25. Marco Reus (LM 88)
24. Andres Iniesta (CM 88)
23. Diego Godin (CB 88)
22. Philipp Lahm (RB 88)
21. Kevin De Bruyne (RM 88)
20. Pepe (CB 88)
19. Gonzalo Higuain (ST 88)
18. Paul Pogba (CM 88)
17. Antoine Griezmann (ST 88)
Griezmann, Higuain and Pogba are rated 8
16. Thiago Silva (CB 89)
15. Luka Modric (CM 89)
14. Sergio Ramos (CB 89)
13. Thibaut Courtois (GK 89)
12. Mesut Ozil (CAM 89)
11. Sergio Aguero (ST 89)
10. David De Gea (GK 90)
9. Robert Lewandowski (ST 90)
8. Jerome Boateng (CB 90)
7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (ST 90)
6. Gareth Bale (RW 90)
5. Manuel Neuer (GK 92)
4. Luis Suarez (ST 92)
3. Neymar (LW 92)
2. Lionel Messi (RW 93)
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (LW 94)
The list includes best Stricker Luis Suarez, Best Right wing player Lionel Messi and the best Left winger Cristiano Ronaldo.
Neuer, the bayern goal keeper is rated best in the fifa 17, while de gea is rated 90. The united keeper looks solid in almost every game.
Boateng takes the best defender ratings which stands at 90. We sometimes wonder, why are defenders not rated equal to strikers. 90 is ofcouse the best rating for a defender in fifa 17.
Zlatan and Lewandowski takes 90 each for their respective clubs.
Sergio Ramos and Thiago Silva the two center backs are rated 89 just one rating less than the best defender in the game fifa 17.

EA has also released the demo with a trailer. The trailer features Alex hunter in most anticipated gaming mode, the journey. Checkout the video trailer here.




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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Anshuman Vyas

Premier league Highlights: Chelsea vs Burnley




Date 28/08/2016

Highlights from Premier league round 3 match: Chelsea Fc vs Burnley Fc


CHELSEA 0-0 BURNLEY

KICK-OFF! 
Referee Mark Clattenburg blows his whistle for the first time and Chelsea
get this Premier League encounter underway!

GOAL! CHELSEA 1-0 BURNLEY (Hazard 9)

Minute 9
What a start for Chelsea and what a start to the season it's been for Eden Hazard.
Chelsea lure Burnley out of their deep-lying defensive position and steal possession in the midfield.
Hazard leads the counter before cutting inside one defender and picking out the bottom corner of Heaton's goal.
Brilliant goal from the Belgian.

CHELSEA 1-0 BURNLEY

Minute 15
CHANCE! Gary Cahill comes up for the resulting corner and he's inches away from findingthe back of the net as his volleys a Burnley clearance marginally wide.
Burnley clinging on here.

CHELSEA 1-0 BURNLEY

Minute 26
CLOSE! Half chance for Chelsea as Azpilicueta is played into space down the left.
He cuts the ball back towards the penalty spot but his pass is fractionally
behind Costa who can't get a shot away.

CHELSEA 1-0 BURNLEY

Minute 30
YELLOW! Oscar picks up the first yellow card of the game for following through on
Vokes while trying to win the ball.

GOAL! CHELSEA 2-0 BURNLEY (Willian 42)

Minute 42
Chelsea at their clinical best! Willian receives the ball on the right,
slows Ward down to a standstill and then drills an unstoppable low shot
through the defender's legs and past Heaton. Chelsea well worth their two-goal lead.

CHELSEA 2-0 BURNLEY (Half Time)

The half-time whistle sounds at Stamford Bridge and Chelsea are in cruise control.
Goals from Eden Hazard and Willian see them take a healthy lead into the interval
against a Burnley side who have been outplayed in every department. You fear for Burnley, they've surely got to score the goal in this game otherwise things could turn embarrassing.

GOAL! CHELSEA 3-0 BURNLEY (Moses 89)

Minute 89
Chelsea finally get their third to wrap up a comprehensive victory. Substitutes Batshuayi and Pedro combine before the ball is crossed into the area for Moses, and he rifles the ball past Heaton. Game, set and match Chelsea!

CHELSEA 3-0 BURNLEY (FULL TIME)

It's all over at Stamford Bridge and Chelsea cruise to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Burnley.
Eden Hazard, Willian and Victor Moses did the damage for Antonio Conte's as the Italian seals his third straight Premier League victory as Blues manager. Burnley were poor, they failed to build on last week's victory over Liverpool and they never looked like they believed they could cause an upset here.
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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Vamsi M

Rio USA Gold Medal Athletes - Rio Olympics 2016

Rio Olympics 2016 is taking its pace. USA and China are head to head after winning equal gold medals so far.

But USA has dominated the Chinese counter part with good number of medals in sliver and bronze. Here are the list of gold medal athletes at the Rio Olympics 2016.

USA Gold Medal Athletes Rio 2016

  • Virginia Thrasher Shooting Women's 10 m air rifle August 6
  • Nathan Adrian 
    • Caeleb Dressel
    • Anthony Ervin 
    • Ryan Held
    • Michael Phelps
    • Blake Pieroni Swimming Men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay August 7
  • Katie Ledecky Swimming Women's 400 m freestyle August 7
  • Ryan Murphy Swimming Men's 100 m backstroke August 8
  • Lilly King Swimming Women's 100 m breaststroke August 8
  • Simone Biles
    • Gabby Douglas
    • Laurie Hernandez
    • Madison Kocian
    • Aly Raisman Gymnastics Women's artistic team all-around August 9
  • Katie Ledecky Swimming Women's 200 m freestyle August 9
  • Michael Phelps Swimming Men's 200 m butterfly August 9
  • Gunnar Bentz*
    • Jack Conger*
    • Conor Dwyer
    • Townley Haas
    • Ryan Lochte
    • Michael Phelps
    • Clark Smith* Swimming Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay August 9
Checkout full list of gold medal athletes to find out more gold medal winners from other countries too.

Caeleb Dressel: Olympic Gold Medal Winner and future of American Swimming




19 year old Caeleb, one of the biggest and up coming swimmer from America from Florida Gators. But guess what, Caeleb originally didn't wanted to go for swimming, it was his parents wish that has taken him this far today. When the career of the legend Michael Phelps is around to set down now, the new hope is rising in the name of Caeleb Dressel, he is considered as the rising star from America in swimming.

Caeleb Dressel didn't participated on Sunday in the preliminary heat, it was necessary for the player to preserve  his strength and energy. Dressel won a Gold medal with united states in men's 4×100 free relay squad at Rio Olympics 2016. Dressel made a personal record of 48.01 in the first leg.

Dressel from the Green Cone springs is the part of the relay team and  won a Gold in his first attempt. " I just wanted to get my hand on the wall and do the best I could for relay boys and everyone watching"  said Caeleb. Florida's 30 were sure to take  some medals with them and luckily it didn't take them too long to do so. 

Olympic legend Rowdy Gaines had already saw something in the player before the Rio Olympics 2016. Gaines said "Every once in a while, an athlete like that comes along and is just magical to watch in the water, and he is" 

"Great night racing for the best country there is, sweet feeling to have that gold back on U.S. soil."  -From Caeleb Dressel's Twitter account

He is now getting famous outside Jacksonville and Gainesville area too. Gators coach Gregg told the Washington Post " His focus is amazing, if we have a team meeting, its like you're just talking to him". 

This will be the first medal of any kind for Florida's 30 Olympian in Rio Olympics. The year seems very good for the athlete, this medal comes in the same year when he has broken the America and U.S. open records in 100 and 50-yards  free style. Now it doesn't matter what happens in the further games, he has already achieved a lifetime memory.

Anthony Ervin of Valencia Olympic Gold Medal Rio Olympics 2016

35 years old, Anthony Ervin of Valencia, is one of those gold medal winning athletes at the Rio Olympics 2016. He won a gold medal in swimming in heat of 4×100 metre freestyle relay. Ervin swam in the second leg to provide the team the second best-time in the anchor leg. From the teams four legs, the fastest was the one in which Anthony swam, it is 47.65 seconds and the heat was won by U.S. in 3:12.38. 

The relay team consists of Phelps, Caeleb Dressel, Held, and Nathon Adrian. France followed the U.S. and completed the challenge in 3:10.53, won silver, and Australia won the bronze in 3:11.37.



Anthony Ervin won his first Olympic gold in Sydney Olympics 2000, at the age of 19. That winning was the highlight of his young life. After that Olympic the athlete was  isolated totally from the games. 

He suffered from the drug addiction, Alcohol problems and the athlete even tired to commit suicide in the same year when he tasted the real success, and won the Gold in Sydney. 


It took him around a decade to come back to the games in London Olympics 2012, where he recovered but only placed 5th.  When asked about how he managed to become fit again and participate in the games he said-

I was running in the mountains," he said. "Running on the beach. Workouts on the beach. Lifting in my friend's garage. I was in many, many different pools, exercising and working on different techniques that were helpful. It just became this amalgamation of different kinds of training."  

Ervin is the oldest competitor in the games at the age of 35, and only one to participate in individual events after 1904. One of the closest person in his life and head coach of the U.S. team said- " He's probably the most interesting human being on our team, may be the whole Olympic team"



Earlier this spring Ervin was seen answering the question about his new book "Chasing the water: Elegy of an Olympian."  A book about the journey of an Olympian from winning gold in the Sydney Olympics 2000,  to selling his medals to support Tsunami relief,  then getting completely isolated from the games and then coming back to it at the highest level.

This medal will make the count of Ervin's Olympic gold medal to 4 since his first one in Sydney Olympics 2000. Ervin has several other events to participate individually in coming week. Ervin said he began swimming when he was less than 1 year old and had an "early fascination with the feel and the freedom." Well we wish the fighter a every long inning. 
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Vamsi M

Full List Gold Medal Winners at Rio Olympics 2016

Rio Olympics 2016 is getting hot. We are here with the list of all athletes who won gold medals at the rio Olympics 2016 so far.

List of Gold Medal Winners - Rio Olympics

Lets start the list with United states of America who are currently leading the table. The following list follows this order.

Name of the Athlete, Sport, Event and Date.

List of Gold Medal Winners USA

  • Virginia Thrasher Shooting Women's 10 m air rifle August 6
  • Nathan Adrian
    • Caeleb Dressel
    • Anthony Ervin
    • Ryan Held
    • Michael Phelps
    • Blake Pieroni Swimming Men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay August 7
  • Katie Ledecky Swimming Women's 400 m freestyle August 7
  • Ryan Murphy Swimming Men's 100 m backstroke August 8
  • Lilly King Swimming Women's 100 m breaststroke August 8
  • Simone Biles
    • Gabby Douglas
    • Laurie Hernandez
    • Madison Kocian
    • Aly Raisman Gymnastics Women's artistic team all-around August 9
  • Katie Ledecky Swimming Women's 200 m freestyle August 9
  • Michael Phelps Swimming Men's 200 m butterfly August 9
  • Gunnar Bentz*
    • Jack Conger*
    • Conor Dwyer
    • Townley Haas
    • Ryan Lochte
    • Michael Phelps
    • Clark Smith* Swimming Men's 4 × 200 m freestyle relay August 9

List of Gold Medal Winners China

  • Zhang Mengxue Shooting Women's 10 m air pistol August 7
  • Shi Tingmao
    • Wu Minxia Diving Women's 3 m synchronized springboard August 7
  • Long Qingquan Weightlifting Men's 56 kg August 7
  • Chen Aisen
    • Lin Yue Diving Men's synchronized 10 metre platform August 8
  • Sun Yang Swimming Men's 200 metre freestyle August 8
  • Deng Wei Weightlifting Women's 63 kg August 9
  • Chen Ruolin
    • Liu Huixia Diving Women's synchronized 10 metre platform August 9
  • Shi Zhiyong Weightlifting Men's 69 kg August 9
Gold Medal Winners list Rio Olympics
Rio Olympics Gold Medal

List of Gold Medal Winners Australia

  • Mack Horton Swimming Men's 400 m freestyle 6 August
  • Bronte Campbell
    • Cate Campbell
    • Brittany Elmslie
    • Emma McKeon
    • Madison Wilson* Swimming Women's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay 6 August
  • Nicole Beck
    • Charlotte Caslick
    • Emilee Cherry
    • Chloe Dalton
    • Gemma Etheridge
    • Ellia Green
    • Shannon Parry
    • Evania Pelite
    • Alicia Quirk
    • Emma Tonegato
    • Amy Turner
    • Sharni Williams Rugby Sevens Women's tournament   8 August
  • Catherine Skinner Shooting Women's trap 7 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Italy

  • Niccolò Campriani Shooting Men's 10 metre air rifle August 8
  • Daniele Garozzo Fencing Men's foil August 7
  • Fabio Basile Judo Men's 66 kg August 7 

List of Gold Medal Winners Japan

  • Kosuke Hagino Swimming Men's 400 m individual medley August 6
  • Shohei Ono Judo Men's 73 kg August 8
  • Kenzō Shirai
    • Yūsuke Tanaka
    • Koji Yamamuro
    • Kōhei Uchimura
    • Ryōhei Katō Gymnastics Men's artistic team all-around August 8

List of Gold Medal Winners Hungary

  • Emese Szász Fencing Women's épée 6 August
  • Katinka Hosszú Swimming Women's 400 m individual medley 6 August
  • Katinka Hosszú Swimming Women's 100 m backstroke 8 August 
  • Katinka Hosszú Swimming Women's 200 m individual medley 9 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Russia

  • Beslan Mudranov Judo Men's 60 kg 6 August
  • Yana Egorian Fencing Women's sabre 8 August
  • Khasan Khalmurzaev Judo Men's 81 kg 9 August

List of Gold Medal Winners South Korea

  • Kim Woo-jin
    • Ku Bon-chan
    • Lee Seung-yun Archery Men's team August 6
  • Chang Hye-jin
    • Choi Mi-sun
    • Ki Bo-bae Archery Women's team August 7
  • Park Sang-young Fencing Men's épée August 9

List of Gold Medal Winners Thailand

  • Sopita Tanasan Weightlifting Women's 48 kg 6 August
  • Sukanya Srisurat Weightlifting Women's 58 kg 8 August

List of Gold Medal Winners France

  • Denis Gargaud Chanut Canoeing Men's slalom C-1 9 August
  • Karim Laghouag
    • Mathieu Lemoine
    • Astier Nicolas
    • Thibaut Vallette Equestrian Team eventing 9 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Great Britain

  • Adam Peaty Swimming Men's 100m breaststroke 7 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Brazil

  • Rafaela Silva Judo Women's 57 kg August 8

List of Gold Medal Winners Sweden

  • Sarah Sjöström Swimming Women's 100 m butterfly August 7

List of Gold Medal Winners Chinese Taipei

  • Hsu Shu-ching Weightlifting Women's 53 kg 7 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Belgium

  • Greg Van Avermaet Cycling Men's individual road race August 6

List of Gold Medal Winners Argentina

  • Paula Pareto Judo Women's 48 kg August 6

List of Gold Medal Winners Colombia

  • Óscar Figueroa Weightlifting Men's 62 kg August 8

List of Gold Medal Winners Croatia

  • Josip Glasnović Shooting Men's trap 8 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Kosovo

  • Majlinda Kelmendi Judo Women's 52 kg August 7

List of Gold Medal Winners Netherlands

  • Anna van der Breggen Cycling Women's individual road race 7 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Vietnam

  • Hoàng Xuân Vinh Shooting Men's 10 m air pistol August 6

List of Gold Medal Winners Greece

  • Anna Korakaki Shooting Women's 25 m pistol 9 August

List of Gold Medal Winners Slovenia

  • Tina Trstenjak Judo Women's 63 kg August 9

So that's the comprehensive full list of gold medal winners at Rio 2016. We will update this post once every day. We hope you found this useful. Share this to spread the news. Rio Olympics updates are live now.
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