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Who won the floor exercise?

Team USA gymnast Jade Carey wins Olympic gold in floor exercise final. Carey, 21, took home her first Olympic medal after winning gold with a score of 14.366 in the women's individual floor exercise final at the Tokyo Olympics. NBC NewsTeam USA gymnast Jade Carey wins Olympic gold in floor exercise final

Who won women's floor exercise?

TOKYO — U.S. gymnast Jade Carey has won gold — her first Olympic medal — in the individual floor exercise final at the Tokyo Olympics. Carey, a 21-year-old from Arizona, became the sole U.S. competitor in this event after Simone Biles withdrew to focus on her mental health. NPRU.S. Gymnast Jade Carey Takes Gold In The Olympic Floor Exercise Final

How old is Jade Carey Olympics?

How old is Jade Carey? Jade Carey is 21 years old. Her birthday is May 27, 2000. ParadeJade Carey Wins Gold in Olympics Floor Event Final — Jade Carey Age

Who is Jade Carey dad?

Brian Carey, Jade Carey's Father & Coach: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know. Getty USA Olympic gymnast Jade Carey is coached by her father, Brian Carey (R). . Olympic all-around final: Jade Carey eighth in, 29/07/2021. 8. bestoneoflafayette.comJade Carey

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BACON and other farm produce could disappear from shelves in California as strict new animal welfare rules are due to come into effect in months.

The proposition requiring more space for breeding pigs, egg-laying chickens and veal calves was significantly approved by voters in the state in 2018 and are set to be enforced at the beginning of 2022.

Research shows that only four per cent of nationwide hog operations currently comply with California's new rules - but are still optimistic they could adjust to the new expectations.

But California will lose the majority of its pork supply unless courts intervene or the state allows non-compliant meat to be sold, industry figures warn. 

Pork producers, who get almost all of their meat from Iowa, will face a surge in costs to keep up with the high-demand market.

Jeannie Kim, who for 15 years has run SAMS American Eatery on San Francisco’s busy Market Street said: “Our number one seller is bacon, eggs and hash browns.

"It could be devastating for us.”

According to NBC News, California consumes about 15 per cent of all pork the country produces. 

“We are very concerned about the potential supply impacts and therefore cost increases,” said Matt Sutton, the public policy director for the California Restaurant Association.

Rabobank, a global food and agriculture financial services company, estimates that Californian restaurants and grocery stores use roughly 255million pounds of pork per month, while their farms produce only 45million pounds. 

If California suddenly lost their pork supply, bacon prices would increase by 60 per cent, making a $6 package jump to approximately $9.60, according to a Hatamiya Group study.

Lawsuits have been filed by the pork industry but courts have supported the new California law.

Josh Balk, who leads farm animal protection at the Humane Society said: “Why are pork producers constantly trying to overturn laws relating to cruelty to animals?” 

 “It says something about the pork industry when it seems its business operandi is to lose at the ballot when they try to defend the practices and then when animal cruelty laws are passed, to try to overturn them.”

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Warning bacon may DISAPPEAR in parts of US as new rules introduced

Access 02 August, 2021 - 04:49pm

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BACON and other farm produce could disappear from shelves in California as strict new animal welfare rules are due to come into effect in months.

The proposition requiring more space for breeding pigs, egg-laying chickens and veal calves was significantly approved by voters in the state in 2018 and are set to be enforced at the beginning of 2022.

Research shows that only four per cent of nationwide hog operations currently comply with California's new rules - but are still optimistic they could adjust to the new expectations.

But California will lose the majority of its pork supply unless courts intervene or the state allows non-compliant meat to be sold, industry figures warn. 

Pork producers, who get almost all of their meat from Iowa, will face a surge in costs to keep up with the high-demand market.

Jeannie Kim, who for 15 years has run SAMS American Eatery on San Francisco’s busy Market Street said: “Our number one seller is bacon, eggs and hash browns.

"It could be devastating for us.”

According to NBC News, California consumes about 15 per cent of all pork the country produces. 

“We are very concerned about the potential supply impacts and therefore cost increases,” said Matt Sutton, the public policy director for the California Restaurant Association.

Rabobank, a global food and agriculture financial services company, estimates that Californian restaurants and grocery stores use roughly 255million pounds of pork per month, while their farms produce only 45million pounds. 

If California suddenly lost their pork supply, bacon prices would increase by 60 per cent, making a $6 package jump to approximately $9.60, according to a Hatamiya Group study.

Lawsuits have been filed by the pork industry but courts have supported the new California law.

Josh Balk, who leads farm animal protection at the Humane Society said: “Why are pork producers constantly trying to overturn laws relating to cruelty to animals?” 

 “It says something about the pork industry when it seems its business operandi is to lose at the ballot when they try to defend the practices and then when animal cruelty laws are passed, to try to overturn them.”

Warning bacon may DISAPPEAR in parts of US as new rules introduced

02 August, 2021 - 04:49pm

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.

BACON and other farm produce could disappear from shelves in California as strict new animal welfare rules are due to come into effect in months.

The proposition requiring more space for breeding pigs, egg-laying chickens and veal calves was significantly approved by voters in the state in 2018 and are set to be enforced at the beginning of 2022.

Research shows that only four per cent of nationwide hog operations currently comply with California's new rules - but are still optimistic they could adjust to the new expectations.

But California will lose the majority of its pork supply unless courts intervene or the state allows non-compliant meat to be sold, industry figures warn. 

Pork producers, who get almost all of their meat from Iowa, will face a surge in costs to keep up with the high-demand market.

Jeannie Kim, who for 15 years has run SAMS American Eatery on San Francisco’s busy Market Street said: “Our number one seller is bacon, eggs and hash browns.

"It could be devastating for us.”

According to NBC News, California consumes about 15 per cent of all pork the country produces. 

“We are very concerned about the potential supply impacts and therefore cost increases,” said Matt Sutton, the public policy director for the California Restaurant Association.

Rabobank, a global food and agriculture financial services company, estimates that Californian restaurants and grocery stores use roughly 255million pounds of pork per month, while their farms produce only 45million pounds. 

If California suddenly lost their pork supply, bacon prices would increase by 60 per cent, making a $6 package jump to approximately $9.60, according to a Hatamiya Group study.

Lawsuits have been filed by the pork industry but courts have supported the new California law.

Josh Balk, who leads farm animal protection at the Humane Society said: “Why are pork producers constantly trying to overturn laws relating to cruelty to animals?” 

 “It says something about the pork industry when it seems its business operandi is to lose at the ballot when they try to defend the practices and then when animal cruelty laws are passed, to try to overturn them.”

Kari Lake scores a gold in the Olympics' newest event: the red meat toss

The Arizona Republic 02 August, 2021 - 03:01pm

Pity that Lake hasn’t been able to bring herself to watch any of the Olympics.

If she had, she might have seen Carey, a 21-year-old gymnast from Phoenix who made a devastating error in the vault finals yet came back 24 hours later and showed the world what resilience and determination looks like as she tumbled and flipped and soared her way to gold on Monday.

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If Lake hadn’t turned her back on the Olympics, she might have seen Jagger Eaton, a 20-year-old skateboarder from Mesa who broke his ankle just a month before the Tokyo games. He won a bronze in the men’s street event last week, becoming the first American to ever win an Olympic medal in skateboarding.

Sadly, Lake hasn’t seen any of Arizona’s and America’s athletes as they lay it all out there in their chosen field of sport.

She does, however, qualify for her own Olympic medal. When it comes to the red meat toss, Lake brings home the gold every time.

And so she has her own case of the twisties and cancels America’s Olympic athletes, just hours after Arizona gymnastics made us all proud.

Or some of us, at least.

Granted, I haven’t watched every moment of the Olympics. But I haven’t seen any American athlete say they hate our country. If pointing out our flaws is evidence of hate then every kid in America with a responsible mother should be in therapy right now.

Me? I’m thinking beating up a police officer while storming the U.S. Capitol might be considered unpatriotic.  

"I’m leading in the polls because I will NEVER back down from doing and saying what’s right," she said, in that statement. "Arizonans are tired of weak, recycled politicians that sit on the sidelines and say NOTHING while others trash this country. The behavior of these 'woke' athletes hurts the other olympians and hurts our country.

"For every veteran who’s ever fought to protect our freedoms and every service member that has given their life on the battlefield — I promise you this: I will never kneel to the Marxist mob that seeks to destroy our great nation."

People like a glowing Jade Carey, who told the “TODAY” show’s Hoda Kotb that winning gold was “everything.”

“This is all I have ever dreamed of,” she said, “all I ever worked for.”

U.S. Women's Water Polo Cruises to Semifinals With Win Over Canada

Yahoo Sports 02 August, 2021 - 01:54pm

Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde, Pete Thamel

Andy Behrens, Dalton Del Don, Matt Harmon, Liz Loza, Scott Pianowski

You Pod to Win the Game

The United States women’s water polo team grabbed an early lead against Canada in the quarterfinal match and never looked back, trouncing the Canadians 16-5 to move on to the semifinals. 

Maggie Steffens led the way with three goals. Steffens broke the Olympic all-time scoring record in the final preliminary match and continued that momentum into the quarterfinals. 

Makenzie Fischer and Alys Williams also had three goals, while Maddie Musselman and Aria Fischer each added two. Goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson was fantastic in net, saving 14 of 17 shots before Amanda Longan took over late in the game, making three saves on five shots. 

It was Steffens who got the scoring going early, with two goals in the first two minutes to kickstart the offense. That propelled the Americans to a quick 7-1 lead in the first quarter. That lead was built to 11-3 by the end of the first half. 

Neither team scored in the third quarter, but the U.S. added onto their lead in the fourth to finish the match with a 16-5 victory. 

The United States advances to the semifinals, where it will face the winner of the Australia-ROC quarterfinal. That match is set for Thursday, Aug. 5 at 6:50 a.m. ET. That match can be streamed here.

Olympic champions the United States were confirmed as Group B winners of the women's Olympic water polo competition at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on Sunday and will take on Canada in the quarter-finals. The U.S., going for their third straight gold medal in Tokyo, were not in action on Sunday, but their record of three wins and a single defeat by Hungary in the group stages was enough for them to top the table by a single point. Spain finished top of Group A and will face China in the next round.

Spain goalkeeper Unai Aguirre yelled and splashed toward his bench. Forget about all the hard-throwing field players in water polo at the Tokyo Olympics. Spain and Greece won their respective groups Monday with a pair of solid defensive performances.

After winning silver in the women's vault final, Team USA's MyKayla Skinner seemed to indicate that Simone Biles may compete one last time in Tokyo.

Shericka Jackson had looked to be heading into the next round but the huge error saw her finish fourth.

The U.S. men pass their biggest test of the Olympics, smashing Spain to reach semifinals.

Mourad Aliev screamed at the referee, kicked his mouthguard and shook a TV camera in protest of his Olympics disqualification.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn's win in the 100-meter hurdles was a proud moment for many Puerto Ricans, but she was the subject of criticism before the race.

Allyson Felix is ready to run for Olympic gold No. 7.

Sifan Hassan went all-out in her shortest race of the Tokyo Olympics to keep all of her gold-medal hopes alive.

The Team USA men’s basketball team returns to Olympic action on Tuesday in the quarterfinal round against Spain.

Norway's Karsten Warholm needed a world record to beat Rai Bejamin in the men's 400m hurdles.

The Los Angeles Lakers are signing another 3-and-D veteran to the roster in Kent Bazemore.

Kent Bazemore reportedly is headed to one of the Warriors' biggest rivals.

US viewers have been able to see everything at any given moment while understanding fundamentally nothing about what’s going on The women’s 100m final was a brilliant spectacle but you might have had to wait to watch it. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters If there’s one message the Olympics unfailingly conveys, it’s that elite competition is all about making the right choices. At a certain point every athlete needs to make the decision not to do certain things: the fencer lunging for the head ra

Sifan Hassan wasn't going to let a little fall hold her back.

The U.S. mens basketball team (2-1) took on one of their stiffest tests of the Tokyo Olympics, facing Spain (2-1) in the mens basketball quarterfinal.

Breaking down the latest storylines at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ben Simmons reportedly is available on the trade market, but the Sixers' asking price for the 25-year-old guard is incredibly high.

NBA free agency is underway, and as expected, it didn't take long to heat up.

Sifan Hassan's bid for a distance treble at the Olympics was nearly derailed Monday when the world champion tripped over another runner and fell at the final bell of her 1,500-meter heat. Hassan tried, but failed, to hurdle over Kenya's Edinah Jebitok, who tumbled just in front of her as runners jostled for position at the start of the final lap. Hassan also went crashing down but rolled, quickly got back to her feet and set about chasing down the pack in an astonishing comeback.

U.S. Women's Water Polo Cruises to Semifinals With Win Over Canada

DAILY COLORADO NEWS 02 August, 2021 - 01:54pm

Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde, Pete Thamel

Andy Behrens, Dalton Del Don, Matt Harmon, Liz Loza, Scott Pianowski

You Pod to Win the Game

The United States women’s water polo team grabbed an early lead against Canada in the quarterfinal match and never looked back, trouncing the Canadians 16-5 to move on to the semifinals. 

Maggie Steffens led the way with three goals. Steffens broke the Olympic all-time scoring record in the final preliminary match and continued that momentum into the quarterfinals. 

Makenzie Fischer and Alys Williams also had three goals, while Maddie Musselman and Aria Fischer each added two. Goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson was fantastic in net, saving 14 of 17 shots before Amanda Longan took over late in the game, making three saves on five shots. 

It was Steffens who got the scoring going early, with two goals in the first two minutes to kickstart the offense. That propelled the Americans to a quick 7-1 lead in the first quarter. That lead was built to 11-3 by the end of the first half. 

Neither team scored in the third quarter, but the U.S. added onto their lead in the fourth to finish the match with a 16-5 victory. 

The United States advances to the semifinals, where it will face the winner of the Australia-ROC quarterfinal. That match is set for Thursday, Aug. 5 at 6:50 a.m. ET. That match can be streamed here.

Olympic champions the United States were confirmed as Group B winners of the women's Olympic water polo competition at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on Sunday and will take on Canada in the quarter-finals. The U.S., going for their third straight gold medal in Tokyo, were not in action on Sunday, but their record of three wins and a single defeat by Hungary in the group stages was enough for them to top the table by a single point. Spain finished top of Group A and will face China in the next round.

Spain goalkeeper Unai Aguirre yelled and splashed toward his bench. Forget about all the hard-throwing field players in water polo at the Tokyo Olympics. Spain and Greece won their respective groups Monday with a pair of solid defensive performances.

After winning silver in the women's vault final, Team USA's MyKayla Skinner seemed to indicate that Simone Biles may compete one last time in Tokyo.

Shericka Jackson had looked to be heading into the next round but the huge error saw her finish fourth.

The U.S. men pass their biggest test of the Olympics, smashing Spain to reach semifinals.

Mourad Aliev screamed at the referee, kicked his mouthguard and shook a TV camera in protest of his Olympics disqualification.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn's win in the 100-meter hurdles was a proud moment for many Puerto Ricans, but she was the subject of criticism before the race.

Allyson Felix is ready to run for Olympic gold No. 7.

Sifan Hassan went all-out in her shortest race of the Tokyo Olympics to keep all of her gold-medal hopes alive.

The Team USA men’s basketball team returns to Olympic action on Tuesday in the quarterfinal round against Spain.

Norway's Karsten Warholm needed a world record to beat Rai Bejamin in the men's 400m hurdles.

The Los Angeles Lakers are signing another 3-and-D veteran to the roster in Kent Bazemore.

Kent Bazemore reportedly is headed to one of the Warriors' biggest rivals.

US viewers have been able to see everything at any given moment while understanding fundamentally nothing about what’s going on The women’s 100m final was a brilliant spectacle but you might have had to wait to watch it. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters If there’s one message the Olympics unfailingly conveys, it’s that elite competition is all about making the right choices. At a certain point every athlete needs to make the decision not to do certain things: the fencer lunging for the head ra

Sifan Hassan wasn't going to let a little fall hold her back.

The U.S. mens basketball team (2-1) took on one of their stiffest tests of the Tokyo Olympics, facing Spain (2-1) in the mens basketball quarterfinal.

Breaking down the latest storylines at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ben Simmons reportedly is available on the trade market, but the Sixers' asking price for the 25-year-old guard is incredibly high.

NBA free agency is underway, and as expected, it didn't take long to heat up.

Sifan Hassan's bid for a distance treble at the Olympics was nearly derailed Monday when the world champion tripped over another runner and fell at the final bell of her 1,500-meter heat. Hassan tried, but failed, to hurdle over Kenya's Edinah Jebitok, who tumbled just in front of her as runners jostled for position at the start of the final lap. Hassan also went crashing down but rolled, quickly got back to her feet and set about chasing down the pack in an astonishing comeback.

U.S. Women's Water Polo Cruises to Semifinals With Win Over Canada

12 News 02 August, 2021 - 01:54pm

Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde, Pete Thamel

Andy Behrens, Dalton Del Don, Matt Harmon, Liz Loza, Scott Pianowski

You Pod to Win the Game

The United States women’s water polo team grabbed an early lead against Canada in the quarterfinal match and never looked back, trouncing the Canadians 16-5 to move on to the semifinals. 

Maggie Steffens led the way with three goals. Steffens broke the Olympic all-time scoring record in the final preliminary match and continued that momentum into the quarterfinals. 

Makenzie Fischer and Alys Williams also had three goals, while Maddie Musselman and Aria Fischer each added two. Goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson was fantastic in net, saving 14 of 17 shots before Amanda Longan took over late in the game, making three saves on five shots. 

It was Steffens who got the scoring going early, with two goals in the first two minutes to kickstart the offense. That propelled the Americans to a quick 7-1 lead in the first quarter. That lead was built to 11-3 by the end of the first half. 

Neither team scored in the third quarter, but the U.S. added onto their lead in the fourth to finish the match with a 16-5 victory. 

The United States advances to the semifinals, where it will face the winner of the Australia-ROC quarterfinal. That match is set for Thursday, Aug. 5 at 6:50 a.m. ET. That match can be streamed here.

Olympic champions the United States were confirmed as Group B winners of the women's Olympic water polo competition at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on Sunday and will take on Canada in the quarter-finals. The U.S., going for their third straight gold medal in Tokyo, were not in action on Sunday, but their record of three wins and a single defeat by Hungary in the group stages was enough for them to top the table by a single point. Spain finished top of Group A and will face China in the next round.

Spain goalkeeper Unai Aguirre yelled and splashed toward his bench. Forget about all the hard-throwing field players in water polo at the Tokyo Olympics. Spain and Greece won their respective groups Monday with a pair of solid defensive performances.

After winning silver in the women's vault final, Team USA's MyKayla Skinner seemed to indicate that Simone Biles may compete one last time in Tokyo.

Shericka Jackson had looked to be heading into the next round but the huge error saw her finish fourth.

The U.S. men pass their biggest test of the Olympics, smashing Spain to reach semifinals.

Mourad Aliev screamed at the referee, kicked his mouthguard and shook a TV camera in protest of his Olympics disqualification.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn's win in the 100-meter hurdles was a proud moment for many Puerto Ricans, but she was the subject of criticism before the race.

Allyson Felix is ready to run for Olympic gold No. 7.

Sifan Hassan went all-out in her shortest race of the Tokyo Olympics to keep all of her gold-medal hopes alive.

The Team USA men’s basketball team returns to Olympic action on Tuesday in the quarterfinal round against Spain.

Norway's Karsten Warholm needed a world record to beat Rai Bejamin in the men's 400m hurdles.

The Los Angeles Lakers are signing another 3-and-D veteran to the roster in Kent Bazemore.

Kent Bazemore reportedly is headed to one of the Warriors' biggest rivals.

US viewers have been able to see everything at any given moment while understanding fundamentally nothing about what’s going on The women’s 100m final was a brilliant spectacle but you might have had to wait to watch it. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters If there’s one message the Olympics unfailingly conveys, it’s that elite competition is all about making the right choices. At a certain point every athlete needs to make the decision not to do certain things: the fencer lunging for the head ra

Sifan Hassan wasn't going to let a little fall hold her back.

The U.S. mens basketball team (2-1) took on one of their stiffest tests of the Tokyo Olympics, facing Spain (2-1) in the mens basketball quarterfinal.

Breaking down the latest storylines at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ben Simmons reportedly is available on the trade market, but the Sixers' asking price for the 25-year-old guard is incredibly high.

NBA free agency is underway, and as expected, it didn't take long to heat up.

Sifan Hassan's bid for a distance treble at the Olympics was nearly derailed Monday when the world champion tripped over another runner and fell at the final bell of her 1,500-meter heat. Hassan tried, but failed, to hurdle over Kenya's Edinah Jebitok, who tumbled just in front of her as runners jostled for position at the start of the final lap. Hassan also went crashing down but rolled, quickly got back to her feet and set about chasing down the pack in an astonishing comeback.

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