LITESPORT 28 Monday, 17 August 2009 London Lite LITE&BITTER Gotanaxetogrind?Doithere... PALACE goal throne out! FA and their officials turn a blind eye. Should have gone to Spec Savers! Whistle Blower, NW1 RED 4 EVA (L&B 14/08) if all Arsenal fans live in north London how come you have to leave after 60 minutes to travel home? Tom, E14 RED 4 EVA (L&B 14/08) being from east London doesnt mean I should be forced to support the local trash. Ive been Chelsea my whole life. And no, I dont remember Osgood... Im 22 years old. Obi, E9 RE ASHES (L&B 14/08) hey Pommey-Granites! More like soft pork under belly batsmen! Us Aussies are partial to an English cooked breakfast served on an OVAL-shaped plate. Weve urned it! Bush Tucker Man To be considered for publication, texts must be submitted with name and address or postcode. Please restrict messages to 25 WORDS. Thanks. >>Text TELLUS to 65800 followed by a space and your messageEach text costs 50p plus standard network charges >>Text LL RANT to 65400 Terms apply. See Bath pair to appeal over suspensions FORMER Bath co-captains Michael Lipman and Alex Crockett are to appeal against the nine-month bans they received for missed drug tests. They were found to have failed on two occasions to undertake drug tests. The RFUs disciplinary panel dropped charges of drug use. Lipman, an England international with 10 caps, and Crockett have today lodged appeals against both the decision and the sanction. Brownlee is a born trier BRITAINS Alistair Brownlee placed a marker for the triathlon gold medal at the London Olympics when he won the Dextro Energy World Championship round in Hyde Park. It was the 21-year-olds fourth victory from four starts in the series. Helen Jenkins, the womens world title holder, took the bronze. Warner blasts back in row over golden Jess CHAIRMAN Ed Warner insists UK Athletics did not hinder the progress of newly- crowned world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis. The 23-year-old Sheffield athlete (below) became Brit- ainsfirstgoldmedallistof the 2009 World Championships in Berlin last night. But Ennis coach Toni Min- ichiellocomplained: Ivejust lost a nutritionist, a physiolo- gist and a performance analyst. Its a UK Ath- letics thing. Warner told the B B C t o d a y : Weve worked very hard with Jess and with Toni to make surethatshewas in the best shape in Berlin and its worked. What were trying to put in place is a system that will not only support Jess today but also all the other athletes that are coming through. Toni understands that and I think hes very grateful for the support that weve given her. We paid for her physio to be in the most important place, that was the training camp in Portugal.IthinkthiswasToni feeling the pressure. BY NEAL COLLINS Ath-UKaItsanalyst. Warner told the t o d a y :B B C wasshethatsure in the best shape itsandBerlinin othertheallalsobut Party? No, bring on the 200! USAIN BOLT today vowed to put the partying on hold after smashing his own world record to win the 100m at the World Championships in Berlin. Bolt won in 9.58secs, then set his sights on the 200m, saying: Therell be no partying for me ahead of Tuesday. Ill rest up as always. Live on BBC2, from 4.45pm index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html