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[ SLIDESHOW: Hopefuls try out for new pro soccer team ] They've paid for the opportunity -- $150 if they didn't need overnight accommodations, $300 for two nights in a Holiday Inn -- all for two days, five matches, to pitch their case on the pitches. All for a spot on the 24 to 26 man roster of Kentuckiana's new professional sports franchise, the United Soccer League's Louisville City FC. "I've been trying to look to go pro here for the past couple years," said Austin Chitwood, who played center back for Christian Academy of Louisville and Bellarmine University. "It would mean everything. More:

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Missed free throws, (giving up) offensive rebounds. We made some costly mistakes. Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) November 24, 2014 While what Scott says is true, 100 percent of the blame can't be directed at his players. This is a newly rebuilt team that appears to have difficulty jelling. If the current schemes aren't working, perhaps it's time to rethink things. More:

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They did it together, which is impressive. Bond was happy to be a part of it. She broke into the PHS lineup early in her career, but injuries have kept her out of the lineup for longer periods than she would have liked. She ran the Mercer County Championships but missed the sectionals last week, and in truth, had done very little running coming into the group meet. I did one mile in the last three weeks, Bond said. Ive been biking. Bonds strained hip flexor hadnt recovered as quickly as the Little Tigers had hoped, but she felt good the day before the group meet and asked Smirk to run. More:

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The 34th annual running of the 5-mile race in Fitchburg featured a 635-participant, co-ed field, with many returning runners looking to connect with old friends, and others looking to break new ground. Although there are a lot of positive side effects from the race itself, from prize money for top winners and turkeys for age-group winners, one of the key goals of the Turkey Trot is to raise scholarship money for local high school students. Yajaira Fuentes of Newburyport was not too chicken to run. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE/ JIM MARABELLO Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. More: review lean body >

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Upcoming updates to the corresponding software will eventually clue you in to when you're dehydrated, stressed and fatigued, so it can make feedback and suggestions beyond just pushing you activity stats. But as of now, there aren't any smart notifications (largely because there isn't a screen). And because there isn't a display, it packs a long-term battery punch, promising up to seven days of tracking in one charge. Other perks: you can swim with it and it comes with a watch-style clasp that adjusts the size of the band and holds it in place. More:

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The judging panel includes Michael Yang of Comcast Ventures, Ted Vickey of Canyon Ranch Institute and Denise Yohn, author of What Great Brands Do In the Fitness & Technology marketplace, attendees will be able to interact with professional athletes, celebrity trainers and get hands on with the latest in fitness technology from Fitbit, Under Armour, Withings, Epson, Netatmo, Jaybird, Polar, Sensoria Fitness, iFit, Blue Ant Wireless, Fitbug and Life Fitness. For updates on the intersection of technology and fitness, follow Fitness Technology on Twitter at @CESFitnessTec , like Sports And FitnessTech Summit on Facebook and follow the hashtag #FitTechCES. About Living in Digital Times Founded by veteran technology journalist Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times brings together the most knowledgeable leaders and the latest innovations impacting both technology and lifestyle. It helps companies identify and act on emerging trends, create compelling company narratives, and do better business through strong network connections. Living in Digital Times produces technology conferences, exhibits and events at the International CES and other locations throughout the year by lifestyle verticals. More: