Day: July 1, 2022

Black Women Deserve More Respect in Sport

If Title IX didn’t exist, women simply wouldn’t have equal opportunities to play the sports that we love. And I personally wouldn’t have had the experiences of being recruited to a top college basketball team or winning a national championship. Or had the prospect of being drafted into the WNBA—perhaps, God willing, even as a professional team’s No. 1 pick.

Winning the NCAA national championship in April was special. Last year, we came really close and then we lost in the Final Four.

Our attitude afterwards was: This is it, we can do it this year. We had a special team and we worked so hard. So for that buzzer to sound and to know we had just won a national championship, was amazing.

A lot of young kids, especially young girls, saw my emotional moment in 2021 after we lost against Stanford. But they have now seen how we

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mrpl share price: Big Movers on D-St: What should investors do with M&M, TVS Motor and MRPL?

Indian market place shut in the green for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday. The S&P BSE Sensex and the Nifty50 recouped losses to settle flat with marginal gains.

Sectorally, shopping for was found in oil & gas, strength, metals, car, and community sector although selling was seen in customer durables, telecom, finance, and banking stocks.

M&M strike a new 52-week significant and shut with gains of approximately 3 for every cent,

also strike a 52-7 days high on the NSE, and received almost 10 per cent on Tuesday.

Here is what Atish Matlawala, Sr Analyst, SSJ Finance & Securities recommends buyers must do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today:

M&M: Get on dips
From the lows of Rs 671 in March 2022, the inventory gave a sharp upside rally to make an all-time superior of Rs 1121 in June 2022. Volumes were very substantial during this

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Owls Head Transportation Museum to unveil the rare Shelby Group II Mustang, originally created for legendary Shelby American Driver Ken Miles


Owls Head, ME – You can be part of an historic event at the Owls Head Transportation Museum.  This rare Shelby Group II Mustang, originally created for legendary Shelby American Driver Ken Miles, will be unveiled to the public for the first time and reunited with its championship driver, John McComb.

One of the rarest Shelby Mustangs ever built or raced in American automotive history will be offered for sale at the 2022 New England Auto Auction™. This multi-championship and race-winning vehicle competed in over 30 documented races with 22 Top-three finishes.

Don’t miss your opportunity to learn firsthand the provenance of this special vehicle as told by McComb, automotive historian Tom Cotter and New England Auto Auction™ Director, Toby Stinson.

Space is limited. Please RSVP before July 5 at

One vehicle’s storied history

This iconic 1966 Shelby Group II Mustang is fully documented in the SAAC Shelby Registry

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