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Sweetpea Death Cause, What Happened To The Youngest Puppy Bowl’s Smallest Player?

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Sweetpea Death Cause, What Happened To The Youngest Puppy Bowl's SMallest Player?

Sweetpea, the smallest player ever to grace the Puppy Bowl, has sadly passed away, as confirmed by Animal Planet.

Sweetpea Death Cause

The beloved Cavapoo succumbed to health complications, despite being rescued by a shelter specializing in aiding special needs puppies. Sweetpea’s memory will be honored in Puppy Bowl XX.

Tributes pour in on social media

Tributes poured in for the tiny pup across social media platforms. Heartbroken individuals lamented her passing and expressed their hope that Sweetpea received all the love and care she deserved in her final days. Many shared their grief over her untimely death, emphasizing the impact she had on viewers during the Puppy Bowl.

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In the midst of mourning Sweetpea’s loss, the Puppy Bowl’s competitive spirit prevailed. Team Ruff emerged victorious over Team Fluff in a closely contested match, with a final score of 72-69. This win marks Ruff’s fourth triumph over Fluff in the event’s history.

Puppy Bowl XX, commemorating its 20th anniversary, featured 131 dogs from 73 shelters across 36 states, including six special needs pups. Among the participants was a chow chow/American Stafford terrier hailing from the US Virgin Islands, marking a historic first for the Puppy Bowl.

Despite the joy of celebrating two decades of adorable canine competition, Sweetpea’s passing serves as a poignant reminder of the fragility of life, especially for those with special needs. As fans continue to cherish the memories of Puppy Bowl XX, her legacy will endure as a symbol of resilience and the unwavering bond between humans and their furry companions.

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PKL 10: Sachin leads from front as Patna Pirates beat Dabang Delhi in nail-biting match

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In an exciting encounter, the Patna Pirates secured their spot in the Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 semifinals by defeating Dabang Delhi K.C. 37-35 in the Eliminator 1. Leading the charge was skipper Sachin, who scored 9 crucial raid points to help his team advance to Semi-final 1.

The match started with both teams trading blows, as Sachin gave Patna Pirates an early advantage with a strong raid. However, Dabang Delhi K.C.’s skipper Ashu Malik fought back, showcasing his skills with a Super 10 and a Super Raid. The first half ended with both teams neck-to-neck, with Dabang Delhi K.C. holding a slim one-point lead.

The second half saw Ashu Malik trying to extend Dabang Delhi K.C.’s lead with another Super Raid, but Patna Pirates’ Manjeet stood tall to keep the scores level. The closely fought match saw the lead changing hands multiple times, with only a few points separating the two teams in the final moments.

In a dramatic finish, the Patna Pirates emerged victorious after Sachin’s successful raid secured the Dabang Delhi K.C. All-Out. Manjeet then sealed the win with a crucial tackle in the final raid, setting up a clash with Puneri Paltan in the first Semifinal. The fans witnessed a thrilling showdown with both teams giving their all until the very end.

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FIBA Asia Cup qualifiers: Spirited India go down against world No. 27 Iran

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The Indian men’s basketball team faced a tough challenge against Iran in their FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers match, ultimately losing 53-86. Despite being ranked lower, India showed determination and skill, impressing the crowd at the K.D. Jadhav Indoor Hall, Indira Gandhi Stadium.

India, ranked 81st, took on 27th-ranked Iran with energy and spirit, initially taking the lead. However, Iran’s physicality allowed them to gain momentum and control. India stayed in the game, trailing by just three points after the first quarter, showcasing their potential.

Despite India’s efforts to match Iran’s pace and shooting accuracy, the rebounding game proved to be a challenge. The hosts struggled on the boards, leading to a halftime score of 32-42 in favor of Iran. Pranav Prince shone for India with 11 points, supported by Arvind Kumar Muthu Krishnan and Muin Bek Hafeez contributing nine points each.

Head coach Vaseline Matic expressed confidence in the team’s talent and potential for growth, emphasizing the need for more experience. With upcoming qualifiers in November and planned exposure trips, the team aims to improve and deliver winning performances. Iranian coach Hakan Demor praised Indian forward Pranav Prince for his impressive performance, highlighting the promising future of the young Indian team.

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KIUG 2023: Sonia’s anchor-leg hand 4×100 relay gold to Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University (round-up)

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KIUG 2023: Sonia’s anchor-leg hand 4x100 relay gold to Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University (round-up)

In a thrilling 4x100m relay final at the 4th Khelo India University Games 2023, Sonia from Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University staged a remarkable comeback on the anchor leg to secure gold. The quartet clocked 48.61s to claim victory, overtaking University of Calicut and Mahatma Gandhi University.

Sonia shared her special feeling before the race, stating, “I could go quite fast in the anchor leg.” She dedicated the win to coach Surender Singh’s birthday, expressing happiness for delivering for the team. Chandigarh University maintained their lead in the overall medal standings, crossing the 50-medal mark with 23 gold, 15 silver, and 16 bronze medals.

Lovely Professional University held onto second place with 12 gold, 10 silver, and three bronze medals. Jain University secured two gold medals through Kusuma Ravada and the women’s tennis team, bringing their tally to 10 gold, 6 silver, and 6 bronze. KIIT University claimed the men’s tennis team gold with a 2-1 victory over SRM University.

In fencing, Manipur University’s W. Sonia Devi stunned Riya Bakshi of Guru Nanak Dev University in the Women’s Foil category. Bakshi, a previous gold medalist, was defeated 15-10 by Devi, who showed an aggressive approach. Vikas Khodke from Shivaji University tripped near the finish line in the 110m hurdles, settling for silver as Sahil Gedam of University of Mumbai claimed gold.

Overall, the Khelo India University Games showcased fierce competition and outstanding performances from athletes across various disciplines, highlighting the talents and dedication of Indian university students.–IANS

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