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GB sprinter Dina Asher-Smith hopes her poor show at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix is the wake-up call needed for this years Olympics in Rio. The 20-year-old Londoner has high hopes as she prepares for this summers Games but was downcast after finishing sixth in a womens 60 metres final won by world 200m champion Dafne Schippers in 7.10 seconds.Asher-Smith, who could only clock 7.25 secs - eight hundredths of a second slower than her heat time, said: It was not good. In fact it was really bad. I dont like not performing to the best of my ability. I dont know where it went wrong so Ill talk to my coach. I didnt feel my transition was any good so Ive got a lot to work on. Maybe thats just what I need. If it wasnt such a strong race, I might have got away with it but with the girls I was up against, there was no way that was happening.In Olympic year you cant be making basic, technical mistakes so maybe it was a good thing it happened now. I can go away, talk to my coach and fix it.The event was being staged at Glasgows Emirates Arena for the first time after a deal was struck to see it shared year-to-year with Birmingham.But home favourite Laura Muir failed to give the sell-out Scottish crowd the result they were looking for after finding herself boxed in during the early stages of the 800m as she finished behind Canadian Melissa Bishop, silver medallist at last years World Championship in Beijing.But Scottish Athlete of the Year Muir - targeting the 1500m in Brazil - was satisfied and said: You cant do any better than a PB, so Im delighted. Lorraine Ugen looking in good form in the long jump That was a world-class field. I learned a lot from the Worlds last year. That was the first time I went through three rounds and ended up finishing fifth. So I have the experience to cope with three rounds at Rio. I just want to get to that start line now and see what happens.Lorraine Ugen beat British rivals Shara Proctor and Jazmin Sawyers to secure victory in the long jump with a leap of 6.80m. Her effort also clinched first place in the IAAF World Indoor Tour standings and its £14,000 first prize.Seren Bundy-Davis of Wales looked set for victory in the womens 400m before fading down the home straight, allowing Jamaicas Stephenie Ann McPherson to pinch victory on the line in a time of 52.05secs.World pole vault champion Shawn Barber missed out on a lifetime best leap of 6.01m but the Canadian still had enough to easily beat Britains Luke Cutts with a winning mark of 5.89m. Also See: SportsWomen Rutherford upset to miss Glasgow English sizzles in Sweden SportsWomen Video Cheap Basketball Shoes Free Shipping . R.J. Umberger scored twice to lead the Blue Jackets to a franchise-record for consecutive wins with a 5-3 victory Tuesday night over the Los Angeles Kings. 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Fake Basketball Shoes . - Derek Wolfe says hes finally healthy after suffering a seizure in November that doctors now believe was related to the spinal cord injury he suffered in the preseason. An exhibition game between Wichita State and McGill University on Tuesday in Montreal took a turn for the unexpected when Shockers mens basketball coach Gregg Marshall began shouting and charging toward two referees.According to the Wichita Eagle, the confrontation began after Marshall earned a second technical foul and was ejected in the Shockers 77-71 win.?A cellphone video showed Marshall being restrained by Wichita State players and coaching staff as he repeatedly tried to confront the referees.There were players with stitches, concussions, not keeping score accurately, a bloodbath, then touch fouls on us, Marshall told ESPNs Andy Katz on Wednesday. Im not happy nor proud of the reaction but when is enough, enough? I want my players to know Ive got their back. Once ejected, I wanted the ref to know exactly my impression of his work.The video showed Marshall yelling and pointing his finger, and aat one point, he marched right up to the face of one of the officials.ddddddddddddOnce I reacted, I said, I might as well get my moneys worth. Marshall told the Wichita Eagle.Marshall eventually was escorted off the court by Wichita State staff amid a smattering of boos from the small crowd.Once Coach got kicked out, we all got in a huddle and said, We need this for Coach, forward Darral Willis said.Fueled by Marshalls dramatics, the Shockers closed the game on a 21-11 run and improved to 2-1 on their four-game exhibition tour.?I appreciate them having my back, Marshall said.Asked if he went too far, Marshall told the Wichita Eagle, Perhaps. I wasnt going to do anything physical, but I wanted to make sure they understood what I felt was happening was incorrect and wrong. ' ' '

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