Fleming’s New Game Plan

Stephen Fleming made a gracious departure from the Black Caps on the fourth day of the final Test against England in Napier. Although New Zealand had a disappointing loss, Fleming left Test cricket much as he came, with his second elegant fifty of the match. England gave him a guard of honour when he came to the crease. “It was a very humbling … especially as it was from Michael Vaughan, who I regard as a good captain and a nice guy,” Fleming said. Leaving the pitch, he removed his helmet and acknowledged the standing ovation given him from all points of the ground – a fond farewell to a great captain, a great achiever and an almost great player. Fleming is set to play for the Indian Premier League and will also pursue a sports promotion and marketing career.


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Jiu-Jitsu Coach John Danaher Learnt from the Best

Jiu-Jitsu Coach John Danaher Learnt from the Best

“Brazilian jiu-jitsu has been compared to chess, philosophy, even psychoanalysis. But its real appeal is on the mat,” Stephanie Hayes writes for The Atlantic in a story about influential mixed martial…