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Rarel vs Farid: July 24 marks two years until the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. While we don’t yet know the names of the more than 11,000 athletes that will be competing, it’s never too early to start looking ahead to the new sports and events in which many of them will be competing.

While some sports will be totally new, others are returning to the Olympic program after an absence, and some existing sports are adding new events.

Here are all the changes to watch out for when the Games get underway on July 24, 2020:

Archery
Archery has been on the Olympic program since 1972, but it adds a mixed team event to the existing men’s and women’s individual and team recurve events for 2020. Mixed team is a match play format as teams of one man and one woman face off head-to-head. The event was tested at the Youth Olympic Games in 2010 and 2014 and has been contested at the World Archery Championships since 2011. U.S. teams of Olympians Brady Ellison and Mackenzie Brown, and Ellison and Khatuna Lorig have been very successful on the world cup stage the past few years.

Baseball/Softball
Baseball (men’s) and softball (women’s) make their return to the Olympic program after a two-Games absence, and it could not be more appropriate. In a country crazy for both sports, fans will no doubt pack the stadiums whenever Samurai Japan is playing. But Team USA may be the team to beat, having won the most recent World Baseball Classic. Meanwhile, the U.S. women’s softball team will look to defend its world championship in Chiba, Japan, next month. Baseball was contested at the Games from 1992-2008, with Team USA medaling at three of those five appearances. The U.S. women’s softball team won three golds and a silver in four Games from 1996-2008.

Basketball
Four Olympic medals are now up for grabs in basketball with the addition of the 3-on-3 variant, which includes teams of four athletes. 3×3 is a half-court game with a single basket. Shots inside the arc are worth one point and shots from outside are worth two. The first team to 21 points wins, or the team leading at the end of the 10-minute regulation time. 3×3 made its debut at the Youth Olympic Games in 2010, and now has its own FIBA World Cup. The U.S. women’s team won gold at the 2014 Youth Games, and two of the players from that squad are now on the women’s national team.

Boxing
Boxing sees greater gender equality in 2020 as the number of men’s weight divisions goes from 10 to eight and women’s increases from three to five. Women’s boxing made its Olympic debut in 2012, and Team USA has since won three medals. Claressa Shields won the middleweight gold medal in both 2012 and 2016.

Canoe/Kayak
Gender equality was also considered in canoe/kayak, as three women’s events have been added and three dropped for men. In sprint, women’s C1 200-meter and C2 500-meter are new (one- and two-person canoe, respectively), while men’s K2 200 (doubles kayak) and C1 200 will be dropped. The only new event for men will be the K4 500 (four-person kayak). In slalom, women’s C1 makes its Olympic debut, and men’s C2 will be removed. 

Cycling
BMX racing was introduced at the Beijing Games in 2008, but BMX park, which is contested at X Games and on the UCI world cup circuit, makes its debut in 2020. A park course is used for both skateboarding (see below) and BMX, and resembles an empty, irregularly-shaped swimming pool. Riders have three timed runs to put together their best routine for the judges.

On the track, Madison cycling makes its return to the program after having been dropped following the 2008 Games. In Madison, pairs of riders race each other over a set distance, switching back and forth between who is racing and who is resting.

Fencing
For the first time, all six team events will be contested at the Games. In the past, the events would alternate with a different two sitting out each Games. Men’s team saber and women’s team foil were not contested in Rio, and they will be on the program in Tokyo, as well as men’s and women’s team epee, men’s team foil and women’s team saber. 

Judo
Judo appropriately made its Olympic debut in Tokyo in 1964, having been founded in Japan in 1882. New for 2020 is a mixed team event in which each nation will form a team of three men and three women, each from one of three weight classes.

Karate
Another martial art native to Japan, karate will be making its Olympic debut in 2020. Karate broadly has two disciplines: kata (forms) and kumite (sparring). The sparring competition is broken down by weight class — three each for men and women. There is just one forms competition, in which athletes display their ability to perform the movements of karate, with events for men and women.

Rowing
For greater gender equality, the men’s lightweight four was dropped for 2020 and the women’s four added in its place. This is the first change to the Olympic rowing program since 1996. Rowing events will take place in Tokyo Bay.

Shooting
Shooting is another sport mixing it up by adding a mixed team event. Duos of one man and one woman will compete in air pistol, air rifle and trap. At the most recent ISSF World Cup stop in Tucson, Arizona, Team USA placed two trap teams on the podium.

Skateboarding
Skateboarding makes its Olympic debut in 2020 with park and street competitions for men and women. While the park course is the same as the aforementioned BMX competition, the street course consists of ramps and rails for riders to put together a varied routine of tricks. Competitors get three timed runs to post their best score. Look for Team USA to be contenders in all skateboarding events, as Americans won gold in all four at the most recent X Games in Minneapolis.

Sport Climbing
Another new sport for 2020, sport climbing debuts with an overall competition encompassing three events typically competed separately on the world cup circuit: speed climbing, bouldering and lead climbing. Speed climbing is much like it sounds, with two climbers racing each other to the top of a 15-meter high wall. Bouldering tests an athlete’s technical ability, presenting climbers with a short course that they have to negotiate in a fixed amount of time. In lead climbing, athletes attempt to climb as high as they can on a 15-meter wall within six minutes. This competition requiring varied skills should put climbers to the test. 

Surfing
The fifth and final new sport for Tokyo, surfing will be contested on Shidashita Beach in Chiba, roughly 40 miles outside the capital. Surfing will be of the shortboard variety with a competition for both men and women. Twenty surfers will be entered in each with up to two per gender per nation. Four athletes compete at a time in heats, with each heat lasting 20-25 minutes. 

During that time, surfers are judged on their skill in riding the waves and awarded a score. Surfing conditions are highly variable, and as such, competition will have a 16-day window to allow for optimal waves.

Swimming
One new distance will be added in both the men’s and women’s competitions, as well as one mixed gender event. The 800-meter freestyle joins the men’s program, and the 1,500 free gets added for women. Both distances have been featured in the opposite gender’s program for some time. Five-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky holds the 1,500 free world record, which she broke for the sixth time in May. The 4×100-meter mixed medley has also been added, which is similar to the men’s and women’s mixed relay but features two athletes of each gender. Team USA won gold in this event at the 2017 world championships.

Table Tennis
Mixed doubles gets added to the Olympic program for 2020, joining men’s and women’s singles and team events. It has long been a fixture at the World Table Tennis Championships dating back to 1926. Team USA will be looking for its first Olympic table tennis medal in any event.

Triathlon
Triathlon will add a mixed event of its own in 2020 with a mixed team relay. Each nation will field a team of two men and two women, and each athlete will complete a scaled down version of the Olympic triathlon. This will consist of a 300-meter swim, an 8-kilometer bike ride and a 2-kilometer run. Team USA has medaled twice so far this season at the ITU World Triathlon Series, including gold in June.

Track and Field
Strategy is the name of the game as the 4×400 mixed joins the track and field program. Each team consists of two men and two women, and the order in which they run will be a key decision facing each nation. Team USA won the silver medal at the event’s debut at the 2017 IAAF World Relays. 

Water Polo
Two more women’s teams will compete in Tokyo than in Rio, bringing the total to 12 men’s teams and 10 women’s teams. Women’s water polo debuted at the Games in 2000 with six countries competing. The U.S. women’s team is a two-time defending Olympic champion and the only one to medal at every Games.

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Golden State continues an east coast road trip Monday night with a trip to the nation’s capital for a date with the Washington Wizards.The NBA trade deadline is just a few days away, and rumors are swirling around the Warriors potentially trading guard D’Angelo Russell.

In a season that assuredly will end without a playoff berth, Golden State could be parting ways with several of the team’s veteran players prior to Thursday’s deadline. Tonight — or Wednesday against the Brooklyn Nets — could be the final game Russell, Alec Burks, and Glenn Robinson play in a Warriors uniform.

The Warriors continue an extended East Coast road trip with a visit to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Kevon Looney is listed as questionable but is expected to take the court in his first game action after missing the last 18 games with an abdominal injury.

Golden State hopes to snap a 10-game losing streak in a familiar building, as the Dubs clinched both the 2015 and 2018 NBA Finals championships in Cleveland.

There’s never a dull moment in the NBA.

In the late hours Monday night, a social media war of words (and emojis) was unleashed by Memphis Grizzlies guards Dillon Brooks and Ja Morant, of which former Warrior Andre Iguodala was the subject. Iguodala, who is currently a member of the Grizzlies, has not played for them this season, nor does he intend to. That hasn’t sat well with his current teammates.

After Memphis beat the Detroit Pistons on Monday night, Brooks was asked about the constant trade rumors surrounding Iguodala, and didn’t hold back in calling out the former Finals MVP.

“A guy that’s on our team that doesn’t want to be on our team, I can’t wait till we find a way to trade him so we can play him and we can show him really what Memphis is about,” Brooks told The Commercial Appeal’s Mark Giannotto. When Morant saw those comments circulated on Twitter, he amplified them with an emoji of support.

The back-and-forth between the current and former members of Golden State and Memphis was a hot topic on the morning talk shows, and ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith thought the young Grizzlies were not only out of line, but operating without accurate information.

“I love Ja Morant,” Smith said on Tuesday’s episode of “First Take.” “I’m a fan. Dillon Brooks can ball, I like him a lot. But they need to do their homework. According to what I have been told, the Grizzlies have never met with Andre Iguodala, they’ve never called him, and on top of it all, they virtually made it clear that when they acquired him, it was to use him as an asset that would be moved later on down the road. So what’s the problem?”

“I agree completely with Steph Curry,” Smith continued, “who posted a picture of Andre Iguodala holding a championship trophy. Excuse me, Memphis Grizzlies. I appreciate what I’m seeing from y’all, but y’all ain’t on that level. Iggy has been there, he has done it, he is a veteran in this league and he’s class personified. Show some damn respect, because he deserves it.”

You have to appreciate Morant and Brooks assimilating so well into Memphis’ “grit and grind” personality, and they’ve both been tremendous in leading the surprising Grizzlies into playoff positioning. It’s easy to understand why they’d be frustrated with Iguodala, but as Smith suggested, perhaps their ire should be directed somewhere else.

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Best Live Sports Streaming Online….

If you have cut the cord you’ll likely want to check out the best live TV streaming services available to you. After all, it may be the only way to continue watching all of your favorite shows live.

These days, there are numerous live TV streaming services vying for your attention. They provide all of the usual entertainment, sports, movie, music, and kids channels that you’re used to watching every day.

But which is the best live TV streaming service? There are six top-tier providers worth considering: Hulu, YouTube TV, FuboTV, DirecTV, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV. There are also two cheaper live TV streaming apps with potential: WatchTV and Philo.

In this article, we take a look at each of these live TV streaming services in turn. We reveal their strengths and weaknesses, and list their prices and features. All in order to help you decide which live TV streaming service you should use.

1. Hulu + Live TV
Hulu : you can access its massive library of on-demand TV series and movies. If you want to watch live TV

Subscribers will have access to more than 60 top channels, including ABC, FOX, TNT, ESPN, FOX Sports, National Geographic, Discovery, CNN, CNBC, Disney, and Cartoon Network. Among the notable missing channels are BBC America, AMC, NFL Network, and Nickelodeon. Available add-ons include HBO

The biggest let down to Hulu’s service is the DVR. Although the basic $45 package includes a DVR feature, you cannot use it to fast-forward through the ads. For that privilege, you will need to buy the Enhanced Cloud DVR add-on for an extra $10/month.

There’s also an entertainment add-on (with channels like DIY Network, FYI, and Lifetime) for $8 and a Spanish-language pack for $5. The ability to watch an unlimited number of simultaneous streams (rather than just two) costs $15/month.

2. YouTube TV
YouTube TV costs $50/month. For that, you get access to the most extensive list of top channels out of all the internet TV providers.

Premium channels like ESPN, FOX Sports, MLB Network, CNN, and Disney are all included. But like Hulu, there’s no NFL Network or Nickelodeon. A&E, Comedy Central, and History are also absent.

YouTube TV is also the best service if you watch lots of local TV; region-specific versions of FOX, CBS, ABC, and NBC are available in most markets.

You can create six YouTube TV accounts under a single subscription, but only three simultaneous streams are permitted at the same time. There’s also a free DVR feature. Impressively, it has no storage limits.

3. FuboTV
FuboTV has forged a reputation as the best streaming service for sports lovers.

It offers a vast number of sports-focused channels for the US and beyond, including beIN Sports, NBCSN, FOX Sports, TyC Sports, TUDN, ELEVEN Sports, NFL Network, NBA TV, The Tennis Channel, GOL TV, FOX Soccer Plus, The Golf Channel, The Olympic Channel, and PAC 12. The notable exception is ESPN, though co-founder and CEO David Gandler says it’s in the pipeline:

“As a startup, we obviously are talking to everybody. At some point in time, when it makes sense for both sides, the ESPN deal will come to fruition.”

The channels mean you can watch a dizzying array of competitions. The NFL, MLB, PGA Tour, English Premier League, MLS, Liga MX, F1, MotoGP, Tour de France, boxing, Wimbledon, FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League, Spanish La Liga, Olympics, and more are all fully covered.

But non-sports lovers shouldn’t be put off. For the $55/month subscription, you also get FOX, A&E, FX, Nickelodeon, National Geographic, CNN, FOX News, NBC, AMC, MTV, History, and a host of other mainstream entertainment channels.

Several channel add-ons are available, including adventure channels, Showtime, Latino channels, NBA League Pass, cycling channels, and more entertainment channels. The DVR costs $10/month, and the family sharing feature is

4. DirecTV Now
DirecTV Now is another of the most widely known live streaming TV services for cord-cutters. Two packages are available—Plus for $50/month and Max

The biggest selling point of DirecTV Now is the inclusion of the full HBO suite of channels in its entry-level $50 Plus package. Other top channels in the Plus plan include ABC, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNBC, CNN, MTV, FOX, ESPN, TNT, and USA Network. There’s no AMC, BBC, Discovery, MLB Network, NBA TV, or NFL Network.

Spanish-language channels, international channels, and Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax are all available as add-ons.

The big downside is the DVR, which only stores recordings for 30 days.

5. PlayStation Vue
Don’t let the name fool you. PlayStation Vue is available to anyone, not just owners of Sony’s games console.

Broadly speaking, Access is for entertainment channels only (though you’ll get FOX Sports, CNN, and ESPN). Core adds sports (beIN Sports, FOX Sports West, CBS Sports, ESPN News, and ESPN U), Elite adds more movie channels, and Ultra introduces premium channels like HBO and Showtime. There’s also a Spanish-language

If you own a PlayStation 4, you can simulcast up to four channels at the same time on one screen.

6. Sling TV
The five live TV services we’ve looked at so far all start at around $50/month. If you want a cheaper streaming service, Sling TV is a solid option. It’s the most affordable internet TV provider that still offers some sports channels. Two $25/month packages are available: Sling Blue and Sling Orange.

Unfortunately, Sling has been deliberately tricky with its channel lineup in each package. For example, ESPN is on Orange, but FOX Sports and NBC are on Blue. Similarly, ABC and Disney are on Orange, but USA Network and Bravo are on Blue.

Even if you do subscribe to the combo plan, there are still some missing mainstream channels. ABC, CBS, FOX News, and Nickelodeon are not available.

The DVR is $5/month. Channel add-ons include kids, news, lifestyle, Latino, Hollywood, and international.

7. Philo
We’ll end with a couple of budget live TV streaming services. First up, Philo. It costs $20/month and provides access to a host of popular channels such as AMC, BBC America, MTV, History, Hallmark, and A&E.

Indeed, it offers more channels than the more expensive Sling packages. The problem for many people, however, will be the lack of sports. There’s no FOX Sports, no ESPN, and no NBC. There are also no local channels and none of the big domestic news channels like CNN.

If you want to add a dash of live TV to your on-demand apps, Philo is decent. But if you’re hoping to be able to use the app to watch all your favorite primetime shows, you will be out of luck.

8. WatchTV
The other cheap live TV streaming app is WatchTV. It’s operated by AT&T. AT&T also owns DirecTV, so WatchTV can be thought of as the budget version of its bigger brother.

WatchTV only has 37 channels. It’s the smallest offering out of all the live TV apps in this list by some distance. There are no local channels, no sports channels, and no DVR feature.

Curiously, WatchTV does offer AMC, HGTV, and BBC America, all of which are missing from DirecTV’s lineup. And if you want on-demand video, WatchTV has you covered with more than 15,000 TV series and movies.

Which Is the Best Live TV Streaming Service?
The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) price and 2) channel selection.

In terms of value for money, YouTube TV offers the most premium channels for the price. However, if you want a full lineup that’s akin to your cable package, then PlayStation Vue’s Ultra plan is the way to go. If sports are your thing, then FuboTV is the best option.

At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.

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There are a few Streaming Services that provide a decent amount of live sports programming. I’ll go over those in this section. The rest of the article after that will break down services based on various sports.

Best Live Sports Streaming Online….

If you have cut the cord you’ll likely want to check out the best live TV streaming services available to you. After all, it may be the only way to continue watching all of your favorite shows live.

These days, there are numerous live TV streaming services vying for your attention. They provide all of the usual entertainment, sports, movie, music, and kids channels that you’re used to watching every day.

But which is the best live TV streaming service? There are six top-tier providers worth considering: Hulu, YouTube TV, FuboTV, DirecTV, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV. There are also two cheaper live TV streaming apps with potential: WatchTV and Philo.

In this article, we take a look at each of these live TV streaming services in turn. We reveal their strengths and weaknesses, and list their prices and features. All in order to help you decide which live TV streaming service you should use.

1. Hulu + Live TV
Hulu : you can access its massive library of on-demand TV series and movies. If you want to watch live TV

Subscribers will have access to more than 60 top channels, including ABC, FOX, TNT, ESPN, FOX Sports, National Geographic, Discovery, CNN, CNBC, Disney, and Cartoon Network. Among the notable missing channels are BBC America, AMC, NFL Network, and Nickelodeon. Available add-ons include HBO

The biggest let down to Hulu’s service is the DVR. Although the basic $45 package includes a DVR feature, you cannot use it to fast-forward through the ads. For that privilege, you will need to buy the Enhanced Cloud DVR add-on for an extra $10/month.

There’s also an entertainment add-on (with channels like DIY Network, FYI, and Lifetime) for $8 and a Spanish-language pack for $5. The ability to watch an unlimited number of simultaneous streams (rather than just two) costs $15/month.

2. YouTube TV
YouTube TV costs $50/month. For that, you get access to the most extensive list of top channels out of all the internet TV providers.

Premium channels like ESPN, FOX Sports, MLB Network, CNN, and Disney are all included. But like Hulu, there’s no NFL Network or Nickelodeon. A&E, Comedy Central, and History are also absent.

YouTube TV is also the best service if you watch lots of local TV; region-specific versions of FOX, CBS, ABC, and NBC are available in most markets.

You can create six YouTube TV accounts under a single subscription, but only three simultaneous streams are permitted at the same time. There’s also a free DVR feature. Impressively, it has no storage limits.

3. FuboTV
FuboTV has forged a reputation as the best streaming service for sports lovers.

It offers a vast number of sports-focused channels for the US and beyond, including beIN Sports, NBCSN, FOX Sports, TyC Sports, TUDN, ELEVEN Sports, NFL Network, NBA TV, The Tennis Channel, GOL TV, FOX Soccer Plus, The Golf Channel, The Olympic Channel, and PAC 12. The notable exception is ESPN, though co-founder and CEO David Gandler says it’s in the pipeline:

“As a startup, we obviously are talking to everybody. At some point in time, when it makes sense for both sides, the ESPN deal will come to fruition.”

The channels mean you can watch a dizzying array of competitions. The NFL, MLB, PGA Tour, English Premier League, MLS, Liga MX, F1, MotoGP, Tour de France, boxing, Wimbledon, FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League, Spanish La Liga, Olympics, and more are all fully covered.

But non-sports lovers shouldn’t be put off. For the $55/month subscription, you also get FOX, A&E, FX, Nickelodeon, National Geographic, CNN, FOX News, NBC, AMC, MTV, History, and a host of other mainstream entertainment channels.

Several channel add-ons are available, including adventure channels, Showtime, Latino channels, NBA League Pass, cycling channels, and more entertainment channels. The DVR costs $10/month, and the family sharing feature is

4. DirecTV Now
DirecTV Now is another of the most widely known live streaming TV services for cord-cutters. Two packages are available—Plus for $50/month and Max

The biggest selling point of DirecTV Now is the inclusion of the full HBO suite of channels in its entry-level $50 Plus package. Other top channels in the Plus plan include ABC, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNBC, CNN, MTV, FOX, ESPN, TNT, and USA Network. There’s no AMC, BBC, Discovery, MLB Network, NBA TV, or NFL Network.

Spanish-language channels, international channels, and Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax are all available as add-ons.

The big downside is the DVR, which only stores recordings for 30 days.

5. PlayStation Vue
Don’t let the name fool you. PlayStation Vue is available to anyone, not just owners of Sony’s games console.

Broadly speaking, Access is for entertainment channels only (though you’ll get FOX Sports, CNN, and ESPN). Core adds sports (beIN Sports, FOX Sports West, CBS Sports, ESPN News, and ESPN U), Elite adds more movie channels, and Ultra introduces premium channels like HBO and Showtime. There’s also a Spanish-language

If you own a PlayStation 4, you can simulcast up to four channels at the same time on one screen.

6. Sling TV
The five live TV services we’ve looked at so far all start at around $50/month. If you want a cheaper streaming service, Sling TV is a solid option. It’s the most affordable internet TV provider that still offers some sports channels. Two $25/month packages are available: Sling Blue and Sling Orange.

Unfortunately, Sling has been deliberately tricky with its channel lineup in each package. For example, ESPN is on Orange, but FOX Sports and NBC are on Blue. Similarly, ABC and Disney are on Orange, but USA Network and Bravo are on Blue.

Even if you do subscribe to the combo plan, there are still some missing mainstream channels. ABC, CBS, FOX News, and Nickelodeon are not available.

The DVR is $5/month. Channel add-ons include kids, news, lifestyle, Latino, Hollywood, and international.

7. Philo
We’ll end with a couple of budget live TV streaming services. First up, Philo. It costs $20/month and provides access to a host of popular channels such as AMC, BBC America, MTV, History, Hallmark, and A&E.

Indeed, it offers more channels than the more expensive Sling packages. The problem for many people, however, will be the lack of sports. There’s no FOX Sports, no ESPN, and no NBC. There are also no local channels and none of the big domestic news channels like CNN.

If you want to add a dash of live TV to your on-demand apps, Philo is decent. But if you’re hoping to be able to use the app to watch all your favorite primetime shows, you will be out of luck.

8. WatchTV
The other cheap live TV streaming app is WatchTV. It’s operated by AT&T. AT&T also owns DirecTV, so WatchTV can be thought of as the budget version of its bigger brother.

WatchTV only has 37 channels. It’s the smallest offering out of all the live TV apps in this list by some distance. There are no local channels, no sports channels, and no DVR feature.

Curiously, WatchTV does offer AMC, HGTV, and BBC America, all of which are missing from DirecTV’s lineup. And if you want on-demand video, WatchTV has you covered with more than 15,000 TV series and movies.

Which Is the Best Live TV Streaming Service?
The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) price and 2) channel selection.

In terms of value for money, YouTube TV offers the most premium channels for the price. However, if you want a full lineup that’s akin to your cable package, then PlayStation Vue’s Ultra plan is the way to go. If sports are your thing, then FuboTV is the best option.

At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.