Eurotunnel’s Le Shuttle car-carrying service has been relaunched following the repair of fire damage to the Channel Tunnel (RG 1.97 p21), starting with several weeks of special events under the ’Happy Summer’ banner. Managing Director Bill Dix announced on June 10 that 60 to 65% of capacity would henceforth be reservable, requiring a public timetable for the first time. On-train refreshments are to be provided along with initiatives such as children’s activity packs and non-shopping tourist itineraries. Services will run up to four times an hour at peak times, with one per hour during the night. o
Sounds like we’ll see these guys in the @TMobile #HRDerby. 🔊#ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/dubRU3gHms— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 30, 2019The reigning National League Most Valuable Player told reporters after the game (per Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) that he will take part.MORE: Sign up for DAZN and watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a live MLB whiparound show Yelich was voted into the All-Star Game last week as a starter for the National League. He leads the major leagues with 29 home runs, one more than Mets rookie first baseman Pete Alonso, who also disclosed last week that he would participate in the Derby on July 8. After Bell told Yelich that he had accepted a Derby invite, Yelich indicated that he, too, would compete. Christian Yelich broke some news Saturday night: He will compete in the Home Run Derby the night before this year’s MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland.Yelich’s “announcement” came when Fox Sports replayed audio of the Brewers outfielder speaking to Pirates first baseman Josh Bell before their game at Miller Park. The network had wired Yelich for sound.
NERVES OF STEEL 💪🇺🇸Megan Rapinoe scores her 50th international goal from the penalty spot and gives USA the lead in the #FIFAWWC final! pic.twitter.com/gjPpYOrcyl— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 7, 2019Rapinoe, vocal leader both on and off the pitch, has been on the receiving end of criticism and praise as she continued to stand up for racial equity, pay equality and LGBTQIA+ rights.Rapinoe continued to use her platform even after the win and spoke Sunday about the team’s fight for equal pay. She also called for action from the U.S. Soccer Federation (USFF). Related News Megan Rapinoe was seeing gold Sunday, literally.The USWNT star started in the World Cup final against the Netherlands and scored the team’s first goal en route to the USA’s fourth cup title. Rapinoe was awarded the gold medal and also received the Golden Boot and Golden Ball. Women’s World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe tells FIFA president she wants action on equal pay Women’s World Cup 2019: Jill Ellis’ press conference hilariously interrupted as mom wants to FaceTime Women’s World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe wins Golden Boot She was quickly able to change gears from the match itself to the problems surrounding the game as a whole but was never once distracted when it came time to play.Jill Ellis praised the national team veteran after half a decade coaching Rapinoe.”I think it speaks volumes about her as a person,” Ellis told reporters. “I think Megan was built for this, built for these moments, built to be a spokesperson for others. I’ve sat in a couple of pressers with her and she’s just incredibly eloquent. I think speaks well and speaks from her heart. We need people like that in the game, to be honest, to call things for what they are.” Ellis was asked if she had any problems with Rapinoe speaking out on various issues and she was quick to answer no.”In terms of her dealing with this, no, I never had any issues with that because for the past four and a half-five years I’ve seen what she’s capable of,” Ellis said. “I think almost the bigger the spotlight the more she shines. Sometimes spotlights can burn people but I think for Megan it just highlights who she is.”