Radiohead is four shows into their 2017 world tour, and they have been rotating their catalog to include rare material almost every night. In Miami, the band busted out “Morning Bell,” “I Might Be Wrong”, and “The Tourist,” and then played “House of Cards” for the first time since 2012 in Atlanta. While the band didn’t turn out any rarities in New Orleans (though the show was still incredible), the band continued debuting long-lost material last night in Kansas City, when they performed Hail To The Thief standout “Where I End And You Begin” for the first time since 2008. Of course, the band delivered another career-spanning setlist to put together a remarkable show, with “Where I End And You Begin” as the cherry on top of another magnificent show.Check out a video of the major bust-out below, courtesy of YouTube user Hoppípolla, as well as a full setlist from the performance in Kansas City. Edit this setlist | More Radiohead setlists
However, clubs can still sell players to other leagues until the European summer transfer window closes on 31 of August.Reports suggest that 14 Premier League clubs voted in favour of the new format, while 5 voted against with 1 abstention.Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has been one of the advocates of the new rule, saying: “It’s important that we close all that stuff before the championship starts,”“Players have no clarity. Are they in? Are they out? Will they be tapped up on the afternoon of a game? It’s not the way to work.” he added.Related Premier League clubs have voted to close the summer transfer window before the start of the season as from next year.The vote came with respect to complaints from some Premier League managers, who claim the current format which allow players to move when the season has already started causes disruptions to their squad and preparation towards the new season.As from the 2018/2019 season, the summer transfer window will now close at 17:00 BST on the Thursday before the first game of the Premier League season.
Those participating in the Missouri Valley Districts West Championship Â in Manhattan included: Jensen Lynnes, Marisa Black, Mackinze Tracy, Emberly Gonzalez, Jordan Thompson, Chance Hamel and Nash Oswald. (Missing from the picture: Aidan Young) By Bliss Baird, Sumner Newscow correspondent â€” Eight Wellington Sailfish competed at the Missouri Valley Districts West Championships in Manhattan last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.Postseason qualification meets like Districts and Championships are the only chance for summer league swimmers to compete against their year-round counterparts. As a result, the meet can feel intimidating, not only because of its size, but also because of the talent present.This is definitely the next level. One unique aspect of Districts and Championships is bonus swims. While every swimmer who competes at a qualification meet has achieved at least one cut, Districts allows each swimmer to compete in two bonus swims, races in which they did not qualify. Bonus swims make the trip worthwhile for families and give kids the opportunity to experiment with races that GPSL does not offer for their age group.Along a similar vein, Districts offers time trials to swimmers who are hoping to qualify for a Championship time or to improve their personal best. For a small fee, swimmers can swim their choice of event again after the session. The time will count, but time trials do not factor into a swimmerâ€™s placing in the event.Now for the fun part: the results!Jensen LynnesJensen Lynnes is the ten and under Missouri Valley District 50 Breaststroke Champion! Completing the race in 49.83 seconds, Lynnes cut 2.15 seconds off her personal best and beat the Championship time standard by one and two-thirds seconds. Her other two races, the 100 Fly and 200 Free, are not available for her age-group in the Great Plains Swim League, but that did not stop Lynnes from taking eighth and twelfth, respectively. Her results are even more amazing because they came in her â€œoffâ€ races.Lynnesâ€™s events were limited this weekend by over-qualification. Swimmers who have a Championship cut in an event are not allowed to compete in that event at Districts. Next weekend, Lynnes will have the opportunity to swim seven of her eight best races â€“ 50 and 100 Free, 50 and 100 Back, 50 and 100 Breast, 50 Fly, and 200 IM â€“ against the areaâ€™s best competitors.Even though he is not at the top of his age group, Nash Oswald earned three ribbons, four best times, and one new Districts cut (which should carry over to next year, provided that Missouri Valley does not dramatically adjust their time standards). Oswaldâ€™s highest place and largest time drop came in the 50 Back. He placed fourth and cut two and a half seconds from his winning time last weekend, ending up three-quarters of a second away from a Championship cut. Oswald also was a second over Championships in the 50 Free (but remember, he still has another year to get them before aging into faster standards!), and his half a second improvement earned eighth place. Oswaldâ€™s other eighth place finish came on the 100 Free, a bonus swim because it was his first time ever competing in the event! Oswald smashed the Districts cut by six and a half seconds.On the spectrum of time standards, his time actually placed him closer to the Championship cut than the Districts one! He also brought home fourteenth places in the 50 Breast and 50 Fly.Despite having an all-around great season, Chance Hamel seems to have saved the best meet for last. The motivated athlete cut time in all five of his races! In a spectacular 100 Breast, Hamel cut 6.71 seconds and finished sixth, earning a ribbon. His improvement landed him just four seconds off a Championship qualification. Hamel placed thirteenth in the 100 Fly with a three second cut and fifteenth in the 200 IM with a six and two-thirds second cut. He shaved over half a second in the 50 Free, coming in eleventh, and his 1.24 second cut in the 100 Free earned him another thirteenth place.It is hard to have two fabulous meets in a row. While Aidan Young was unable to repeat his stunning time cuts of last week, he placed extraordinarily well. Young took home eighteenth in the 50 Free and twentieth in the 50 Back, just off his personal bests from League Finals in both races. It was in his bonus swims that Young really shone, however. His courageous choices â€“ the 200 IM and 200 Free, no oneâ€™s favorite races â€“ paid off. Young finished eleventh in the IM and fifteenth in the freestyle.To say that Marisa Black is at the bottom of her age group does not tell the full story. As a fifteen year-old in the fifteen through eighteen division, she is at the very bottom of a mega-division, racing competitors whom she has not faced for eight years. Against these odds, backstroke proved to be Blackâ€™s specialty. She placed eighteenth in the 100 and just one place lower in