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Argument between man and woman sparked shootout that injured 7 inside Cleveland motorcycle club, officials say

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police are investigating the possibility that an argument between a man and woman escalated into shootout that injured seven people inside what officials called an illegal motorcycle club in Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood.

Cleveland police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said investigators are still in the early stages of the investigation and are tracking down witnesses across the area to get a full accounting of what happened inside The Spot Night Club.

But she said detectives so far believe a man and woman argued about 3 a.m. Sunday inside the club on Pearl Road near Brookpark Road. The man fired a single gunshot and multiple others inside the club pulled out guns and started firing, Ciaccia said.

Bullets hit four men and three women, all of whom ended up being driven to the hospital. All seven— between the ages of 20 and 40— so far have survived, Ciaccia

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Pagans motorcycle club national president arrested in N.J. for having a loaded gun, feds said

The national president of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club was arrested Sunday in New Jersey for having an illegal gun, federal authorities announced Friday.

Keith Richter, known as “Conan,” was charged with one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He’s scheduled to appear virtually before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael A. Hammer in U.S. District Court later Friday.

Richter, 62, attended a party in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, around noon on Feb. 20. According to a criminal complaint, law enforcement learned during the party that Richter had a gun.

The Bay Shore, New York, resident was a passenger in a GMC that left the party around 11 p.m. The vehicle was stopped by police in East Windsor in Mercer County around 1:30 a.m. Feb. 21. Police searched the vehicle and found a loaded Ruger P345 .45-caliber handgun underneath the cupholder of the center console, authorities said.

Richter was arrested by

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Geraint Thomas Cycling Club | Geraint Thomas Launches New Podcast

Calling all G fans! Pro cyclist Geraint Thomas announced on December 22 that he has launched his own cycling club, and it’s open to everyone.

A few days later, the 2018 Tour de France winner gave an update on his club, adding that it will host a new podcast as well, of the same name, dedicated to telling “the stories and secrets of pro cycling.”

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The podcast is co-hosted by Tom Fordyce, an avid cyclist “who owns too many bikes” and creative director for Crowd Network, the podcast-producing company with which Thomas has teamed up. The first episode, which dropped January 12, is 53 minutes long and features an interview with pro cyclist Richie Porte.

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Ruck over Cancer challenge for rugby club

Martin Ord

Oswestry Rugby Club is taking on a challenge, based on the famous Ironman races, with individuals team members either swimming 2.4 miles, running 26.2 miles or cycling 112 mile in a day.

Ruck Over Cancer aims is to raise £30,000 for Prostate Cancer UK and Breast Cancer UK, two leading men’s and women’s health charities.

They were inspired to take on the Ironman Challenge after two Mums at the club were recently diagnosed with breast cancer and the club President was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Liz Johnson whose three children play rugby and husband Stewart coaches diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2020.

“A small tumour was picked up on a routine scan, I had no idea that anything was wrong. I was extremely fortunate to get the cancer caught early, I had to have quite a large operation to remove the tumour and thankfully the early diagnosis

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