ERIC DIER has escaped any criminal action for climbing up the stands to confront a fan.Police concluded their probe into the behaviour of the Tottenham and England star and decided no action will be taken.2 Spurs star Eric Dier astonished onlookers by climbing up the stand to challenge a fan2 The versatile Tottenham and England midfielder was caught up in an incident involving his brother, leftCredit: TwitterBut a month after losing his rag at the end of the FA Cup defeat to Norwich, Dier is still waiting to see if he will be hit with a playing ban.The Spurs star flipped when he saw his brother confronted by an irate fan seconds after the shootout exit to the Canaries on March 4.Dier, 26, clambered over several rows of seats towards the supporter and had to be held back by fans and stewards.FOOTAGE REVIEWEDPolice were forced to launch an investigation to see if he had committed any criminal act, but after reviewing footage and statements they have decided there is no case.The Met said: “The investigation concluded with no further action.”That will come as a welcome boost to Spurs and Dier – but the FA could yet take action.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticWembley bosses were waiting for the police inquiry to finish before starting disciplinary proceedings.Dier revealed the coronavirus lockdown has also seen him take up gardening.He said: “We’re using wood to make the beds for vegetables, fruit, herbs as well — I’d prefer to be playing football, but it has been fun.”
The Spanish Sports Association (ADESP) has called a meeting for this Friday with the federations that use regular league formats, in order to study “the legal options” of each competition that is suspended due to the coronavirus crisis.This was confirmed this Thursday by the Spanish Rugby Federation (FER) in a press release, echoing the invitation it had received from ADESP, along with other federations also affected by the current state of alarm.“The objective is to jointly study the existing legal options to, in the event that the 2019/20 season competitions should be terminated, adopt a solution that harms the interests of all parties involved as little as possible”, has indicated the FER. “The problem is that there is a legal vacuum in this regard, so a legislative tool should be requested from the Higher Sports Council (CSD), as it would be a unique precept to incorporate in a resolution of this organism “, the FER has continued.In said resolution, according to the press release, “it would be determined – with legal rank – how to proceed by the Spanish sports federations for the resolution of this type of cases derived from an exceptional situation of force majeure emerged in the current season. “
What does it take to score four World Series championships in 10 years? The San Francisco Giants hope science is the answer.In partnership with Halo Neuroscience, the National League baseball team is among the first to implement neurotechnology into its training.The company’s first product, Halo Sport, resembles an ordinary pair of wireless over-ear headphones. But detachable foam nibs (which look like a torture device or high-tech head massager) tickle your brain in 20-minute “Neuropriming” sessions.HaloThe process, as described by Halo CTO Brett Wingeier, uses electrical stimulation during movement-based training to induce a temporary state of hyper-learning, or “hyperplasticity,” in the mind, refining its ability to adapt.Oh, and it plays music.During the Giants’ 2016 conditioning camp, coaches split top minor league prospects into two groups—one wearing Halo Sport during 20-minute warm-ups, and one without.After two weeks, the Halo group reported the greatest improvements in speed.“Overall, all players at camp showed general improvements in the testing parameters,” Geoff Head, Giants’ sports science specialist, said in a statement. “But there was an additional increase in testing results in the players who used Halo Sport as compared to the players in the control group—especially in the 20-yard dash.”Giants pitcher Tyler Beede trains with Halo Sport (Halo)Exercising with Halo Sport doesn’t mean a player can skip practice. What it does mean is that his muscles will be better primed to swing the bat, throw the ball, and run bases. Which, in turn, could mean another Commissioner’s Trophy for the three-time World Champions.“As a San Francisco-based company, we are thrilled to be working with our hometown team,” Halo Neuroscience CEO Daniel Chao said.Slater and Beede show off Halo Sport (Halo)But the Giants aren’t the only ones improving their motor skills with Halo Sport: Oakland Raiders cornerback T.J. Carrie, pianist Mario Marzo, and powerlifter Emily Hu can be found practicing in the headphones; MLB training centers Barwis Methods and Sparta Sports Science, also use the $749 headphones.