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Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Weekend guide (22-24 June): Volleyball competition, Hari Raya celebration, sake festival
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Football - World Cup
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Football - World Cup
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Football - World Cup
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Football - World Cup
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Football - World Cup
Soccer Football - World Cup - Sochi, Russia - June 17, 2018 General view of people playing beach volleyball in Sochi REUTERS/Hannah McKay
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Watch: Rajyavardhan Rathore tries his hand at volleyball in IIM Bengaluru
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Watch: Rajyavardhan Rathore tries his hand at volleyball in IIM Bengaluru
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Watch: Rajyavardhan Rathore tries his hand at volleyball in IIM Bengaluru
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Watch: Rajyavardhan Rathore tries his hand at volleyball in IIM Bengaluru
Union Minister of State of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore, who is on his Bengaluru visit, tried his hand on volleyball with students of Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru campus on Thursday.
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. Sandra's husband Saul Acevedo plays soccer at the makeshift soccer field. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. Sandra's husband Saul Acevedo plays soccer at the makeshift soccer field. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. Sandra's husband Saul Acevedo plays soccer at the makeshift soccer field. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Sandra Saccaco, a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball at a makeshift soccer field, and her daughter Cristel Acevedo leave home to go to school in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, June 1, 2018. Sandra's husband Saul Acevedo plays soccer at the makeshift soccer field. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Rosario Salas (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays volleyball, and her neighbour Hayde Vargas, build a bird cage at Rosario's home in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Martha Injusta (L) and Leydi Condor, residents of Nueva Union shantytown, play a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community
Women and children tie a volleyball net to a goal post before a volleyball match at a makeshift soccer field in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
The Miracle Season
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
The Miracle Season
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
The Miracle Season
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
The Miracle Season
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
The 1984 arcade title ‘Hyper Sports’ is getting a modern day Switch remake, Konami announced in a press release. The new title is “Hyper Sports R” and will include multiple sports for players to compete in, including track and field, swimming and beach volleyball. The upcoming title can be played alone, in a campaign mode […]
Arcade Game ‘Hyper Sports’ is Getting a Remake for the Switch
The 1984 arcade title ‘Hyper Sports’ is getting a modern day Switch remake, Konami announced in a press release. The new title is “Hyper Sports R” and will include multiple sports for players to compete in, including track and field, swimming and beach volleyball. The upcoming title can be played alone, in a campaign mode […]
Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, volleyball player Morgan Beck, are
Olympic Skier Bode Miller's 19-Month-Old Daughter Drowns
Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, volleyball player Morgan Beck, are
The 19-month-old daughter of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller drowned in a Southern California swimming pool, authorities said on Monday. Emeline Miller died at an Orange County hospital Sunday, the day after paramedics tried unsuccessfully to revive her after the drowning incident. "We are beyond devastated," Miller said in an Instagram post that showed several photos of the blonde, blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked toddler. In a video, Emmy, as she was known, was being kissed on the check by her mother Morgan, a professional beach volleyball player, as she repeatedly said, "Hi Dada." One photo showed her covered in suds in a tub and another showed her smiling as she pushed two baby dolls in a pink stroller on a street with large homes in the background. "Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this," Miller said in the post. "Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to its fullest every day." In this file photo taken on February 16, 2017 US Ski racer Bode Miller poses for a photograph with his daughter Emma at the Tyrol night during the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Credit: AFP The death was under investigation, Orange County sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Braun said. Paramedics were called to a home in the upscale enclave of Coto de Caza just before 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, said Capt. Tony Bommarito of the Orange County Fire Authority. They tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the girl and rushed her to an emergency room, Bommarito said. "They had no pulses the whole way," Bommarito said. "It didn't end well." The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team tweeted its condolences to Miller and his family. Terribly sad news in the Olympic Movement today. #TeamUSA sends sincere condolences to @MillerBode and his family, along with wishes of strength and comfort.— U.S. Olympic Team (@TeamUSA) June 12, 2018 Miller, 40, is the most decorated male U.S. skier with 33 World Cup wins, two overall titles, four world championships and six Olympic medals, including gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in the super-combined. At the 2014 Sochi games, he was the oldest alpine skier - at age 36 - to win a medal. Devastating news. My deepest condolences to you and your family @MillerBode ����— lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) June 11, 2018 Miller, who has three other children, asked for privacy for the family in his Instagram post.
Olympic skier Bode Miller's 19-month-old daughter drowns in swimming pool
The 19-month-old daughter of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller drowned in a Southern California swimming pool, authorities said on Monday. Emeline Miller died at an Orange County hospital Sunday, the day after paramedics tried unsuccessfully to revive her after the drowning incident. "We are beyond devastated," Miller said in an Instagram post that showed several photos of the blonde, blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked toddler. In a video, Emmy, as she was known, was being kissed on the check by her mother Morgan, a professional beach volleyball player, as she repeatedly said, "Hi Dada." One photo showed her covered in suds in a tub and another showed her smiling as she pushed two baby dolls in a pink stroller on a street with large homes in the background. "Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this," Miller said in the post. "Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to its fullest every day." In this file photo taken on February 16, 2017 US Ski racer Bode Miller poses for a photograph with his daughter Emma at the Tyrol night during the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Credit: AFP The death was under investigation, Orange County sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Braun said. Paramedics were called to a home in the upscale enclave of Coto de Caza just before 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, said Capt. Tony Bommarito of the Orange County Fire Authority. They tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the girl and rushed her to an emergency room, Bommarito said. "They had no pulses the whole way," Bommarito said. "It didn't end well." The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team tweeted its condolences to Miller and his family. Terribly sad news in the Olympic Movement today. #TeamUSA sends sincere condolences to @MillerBode and his family, along with wishes of strength and comfort.— U.S. Olympic Team (@TeamUSA) June 12, 2018 Miller, 40, is the most decorated male U.S. skier with 33 World Cup wins, two overall titles, four world championships and six Olympic medals, including gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in the super-combined. At the 2014 Sochi games, he was the oldest alpine skier - at age 36 - to win a medal. Devastating news. My deepest condolences to you and your family @MillerBode ����— lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) June 11, 2018 Miller, who has three other children, asked for privacy for the family in his Instagram post.
The 19-month-old daughter of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller drowned in a Southern California swimming pool, authorities said on Monday. Emeline Miller died at an Orange County hospital Sunday, the day after paramedics tried unsuccessfully to revive her after the drowning incident. "We are beyond devastated," Miller said in an Instagram post that showed several photos of the blonde, blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked toddler. In a video, Emmy, as she was known, was being kissed on the check by her mother Morgan, a professional beach volleyball player, as she repeatedly said, "Hi Dada." One photo showed her covered in suds in a tub and another showed her smiling as she pushed two baby dolls in a pink stroller on a street with large homes in the background. "Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this," Miller said in the post. "Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to its fullest every day." In this file photo taken on February 16, 2017 US Ski racer Bode Miller poses for a photograph with his daughter Emma at the Tyrol night during the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Credit: AFP The death was under investigation, Orange County sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Braun said. Paramedics were called to a home in the upscale enclave of Coto de Caza just before 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, said Capt. Tony Bommarito of the Orange County Fire Authority. They tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the girl and rushed her to an emergency room, Bommarito said. "They had no pulses the whole way," Bommarito said. "It didn't end well." The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team tweeted its condolences to Miller and his family. Terribly sad news in the Olympic Movement today. #TeamUSA sends sincere condolences to @MillerBode and his family, along with wishes of strength and comfort.— U.S. Olympic Team (@TeamUSA) June 12, 2018 Miller, 40, is the most decorated male U.S. skier with 33 World Cup wins, two overall titles, four world championships and six Olympic medals, including gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in the super-combined. At the 2014 Sochi games, he was the oldest alpine skier - at age 36 - to win a medal. Devastating news. My deepest condolences to you and your family @MillerBode ����— lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) June 11, 2018 Miller, who has three other children, asked for privacy for the family in his Instagram post.
Olympic skier Bode Miller's 19-month-old daughter drowns in swimming pool
The 19-month-old daughter of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller drowned in a Southern California swimming pool, authorities said on Monday. Emeline Miller died at an Orange County hospital Sunday, the day after paramedics tried unsuccessfully to revive her after the drowning incident. "We are beyond devastated," Miller said in an Instagram post that showed several photos of the blonde, blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked toddler. In a video, Emmy, as she was known, was being kissed on the check by her mother Morgan, a professional beach volleyball player, as she repeatedly said, "Hi Dada." One photo showed her covered in suds in a tub and another showed her smiling as she pushed two baby dolls in a pink stroller on a street with large homes in the background. "Never in a million years did we think we would experience a pain like this," Miller said in the post. "Her love, her light, her spirit will never be forgotten. Our little girl loved life and lived it to its fullest every day." In this file photo taken on February 16, 2017 US Ski racer Bode Miller poses for a photograph with his daughter Emma at the Tyrol night during the 2017 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Credit: AFP The death was under investigation, Orange County sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Braun said. Paramedics were called to a home in the upscale enclave of Coto de Caza just before 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, said Capt. Tony Bommarito of the Orange County Fire Authority. They tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the girl and rushed her to an emergency room, Bommarito said. "They had no pulses the whole way," Bommarito said. "It didn't end well." The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team tweeted its condolences to Miller and his family. Terribly sad news in the Olympic Movement today. #TeamUSA sends sincere condolences to @MillerBode and his family, along with wishes of strength and comfort.— U.S. Olympic Team (@TeamUSA) June 12, 2018 Miller, 40, is the most decorated male U.S. skier with 33 World Cup wins, two overall titles, four world championships and six Olympic medals, including gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games in the super-combined. At the 2014 Sochi games, he was the oldest alpine skier - at age 36 - to win a medal. Devastating news. My deepest condolences to you and your family @MillerBode ����— lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) June 11, 2018 Miller, who has three other children, asked for privacy for the family in his Instagram post.
<p>While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event. </p> <p>But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.</p> <p>Not only have the 3,000 journalists been <a href="https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/06/11/asia-pacific/politics-diplomacy-asia-pacific/singapore-lays-huge-banquet-journalists-covering-trump-kim-summit/#.Wx87hFOFNTY" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:well-fed during the summit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">well-fed during the summit</a>, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/01/best-vpns-for-china/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'</a></p></div> <p>However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKim?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKim" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKim</a> on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. <a href="https://t.co/fbdKVzr0Cn" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn</a></p> <p>— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) <a href="https://twitter.com/MandyCNBC/status/1005758148412444673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.</p> <p>The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. <a href="https://t.co/6tQd5d7gCW" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW</a></p> <p>— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) <a href="https://twitter.com/HaraldDoornbos/status/1005746788303867905?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. <a href="https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006288000106549248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. <a href="https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006312680469204992?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>All accredited journalists at the <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/opsec?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#opsec" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#opsec</a> <a href="https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT</a></p> <p>— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) <a href="https://twitter.com/UID_/status/1005795008581169152?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.<br><br>DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. <a href="https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r</a></p> <p>— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) <a href="https://twitter.com/jeremybowers/status/1006311398467690496?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Journalists at <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKimSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKimSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKimSummit</a> got this USB fan. <br><br>PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (<a href="https://twitter.com/wmckinley?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@wmckinley" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@wmckinley</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/runasand?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@runasand" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@runasand</a>?) examine it first. <a href="https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl</a></p> <p>— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) <a href="https://twitter.com/cfarivar/status/1006251502334369792?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"It certainly can be a security risk," <a href="http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/matthew-warren" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Matthew Warren" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Matthew Warren</a>, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.</p> <p>"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."</p> <p>Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Black Hat Conference back in 2014." class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Black Hat Conference back in 2014.</a> </p> <p>The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.</p> <p>Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WIRED" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>WIRED</em></a> noted at the time.</p> <p>"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."</p> <p>Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan <em>is</em> just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.</p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-underwater-datacenter/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Not everyone is so hot about this free USB fan handed to journalists at Trump-Kim summit

While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event.

But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.

Not only have the 3,000 journalists been well-fed during the summit, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.

However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community.

Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with #TrumpKim on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn

— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) June 10, 2018

"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.

The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit.

13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de #KimTrumpSummit zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW

— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) June 10, 2018

Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.

So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

All accredited journalists at the #KimTrumpSummit get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! #opsec https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT

— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) June 10, 2018

RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.

DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r

— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) June 11, 2018

Journalists at #TrumpKimSummit got this USB fan.

PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (@wmckinley @runasand?) examine it first. https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl

— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) June 11, 2018

"It certainly can be a security risk," Matthew Warren, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.

"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."

Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the Black Hat Conference back in 2014.

The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.

Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," WIRED noted at the time.

"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."

Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan is just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.

<p>While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event. </p> <p>But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.</p> <p>Not only have the 3,000 journalists been <a href="https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/06/11/asia-pacific/politics-diplomacy-asia-pacific/singapore-lays-huge-banquet-journalists-covering-trump-kim-summit/#.Wx87hFOFNTY" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:well-fed during the summit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">well-fed during the summit</a>, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/01/best-vpns-for-china/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'</a></p></div> <p>However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKim?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKim" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKim</a> on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. <a href="https://t.co/fbdKVzr0Cn" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn</a></p> <p>— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) <a href="https://twitter.com/MandyCNBC/status/1005758148412444673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.</p> <p>The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. <a href="https://t.co/6tQd5d7gCW" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW</a></p> <p>— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) <a href="https://twitter.com/HaraldDoornbos/status/1005746788303867905?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. <a href="https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006288000106549248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. <a href="https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006312680469204992?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>All accredited journalists at the <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/opsec?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#opsec" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#opsec</a> <a href="https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT</a></p> <p>— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) <a href="https://twitter.com/UID_/status/1005795008581169152?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.<br><br>DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. <a href="https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r</a></p> <p>— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) <a href="https://twitter.com/jeremybowers/status/1006311398467690496?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Journalists at <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKimSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKimSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKimSummit</a> got this USB fan. <br><br>PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (<a href="https://twitter.com/wmckinley?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@wmckinley" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@wmckinley</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/runasand?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@runasand" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@runasand</a>?) examine it first. <a href="https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl</a></p> <p>— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) <a href="https://twitter.com/cfarivar/status/1006251502334369792?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"It certainly can be a security risk," <a href="http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/matthew-warren" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Matthew Warren" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Matthew Warren</a>, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.</p> <p>"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."</p> <p>Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Black Hat Conference back in 2014." class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Black Hat Conference back in 2014.</a> </p> <p>The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.</p> <p>Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WIRED" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>WIRED</em></a> noted at the time.</p> <p>"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."</p> <p>Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan <em>is</em> just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.</p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-underwater-datacenter/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Not everyone is so hot about this free USB fan handed to journalists at Trump-Kim summit

While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event.

But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.

Not only have the 3,000 journalists been well-fed during the summit, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.

However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community.

Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with #TrumpKim on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn

— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) June 10, 2018

"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.

The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit.

13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de #KimTrumpSummit zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW

— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) June 10, 2018

Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.

So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

All accredited journalists at the #KimTrumpSummit get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! #opsec https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT

— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) June 10, 2018

RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.

DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r

— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) June 11, 2018

Journalists at #TrumpKimSummit got this USB fan.

PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (@wmckinley @runasand?) examine it first. https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl

— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) June 11, 2018

"It certainly can be a security risk," Matthew Warren, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.

"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."

Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the Black Hat Conference back in 2014.

The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.

Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," WIRED noted at the time.

"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."

Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan is just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.

<p>While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event. </p> <p>But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.</p> <p>Not only have the 3,000 journalists been <a href="https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/06/11/asia-pacific/politics-diplomacy-asia-pacific/singapore-lays-huge-banquet-journalists-covering-trump-kim-summit/#.Wx87hFOFNTY" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:well-fed during the summit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">well-fed during the summit</a>, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.</p> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/01/best-vpns-for-china/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">6 VPNs that can help you break through China's 'Great Firewall'</a></p></div> <p>However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKim?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKim" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKim</a> on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. <a href="https://t.co/fbdKVzr0Cn" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn</a></p> <p>— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) <a href="https://twitter.com/MandyCNBC/status/1005758148412444673?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.</p> <p>The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit. </p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. <a href="https://t.co/6tQd5d7gCW" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW</a></p> <p>— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) <a href="https://twitter.com/HaraldDoornbos/status/1005746788303867905?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. <a href="https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006288000106549248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. <a href="https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj</a></p> <p>— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) <a href="https://twitter.com/bartongellman/status/1006312680469204992?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>All accredited journalists at the <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/KimTrumpSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#KimTrumpSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#KimTrumpSummit</a> get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/opsec?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#opsec" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#opsec</a> <a href="https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT</a></p> <p>— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) <a href="https://twitter.com/UID_/status/1005795008581169152?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 10, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 10, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.<br><br>DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. <a href="https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r</a></p> <p>— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) <a href="https://twitter.com/jeremybowers/status/1006311398467690496?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Journalists at <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TrumpKimSummit?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TrumpKimSummit" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TrumpKimSummit</a> got this USB fan. <br><br>PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (<a href="https://twitter.com/wmckinley?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@wmckinley" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@wmckinley</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/runasand?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@runasand" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@runasand</a>?) examine it first. <a href="https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl</a></p> <p>— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) <a href="https://twitter.com/cfarivar/status/1006251502334369792?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:June 11, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">June 11, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>"It certainly can be a security risk," <a href="http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/matthew-warren" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Matthew Warren" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Matthew Warren</a>, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.</p> <p>"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."</p> <p>Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Black Hat Conference back in 2014." class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Black Hat Conference back in 2014.</a> </p> <p>The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.</p> <p>Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," <a href="https://www.wired.com/2014/07/usb-security/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WIRED" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>WIRED</em></a> noted at the time.</p> <p>"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."</p> <p>Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan <em>is</em> just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.</p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2018/06/11/microsoft-underwater-datacenter/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: Future of the internet could depend on submarine datacenters</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Not everyone is so hot about this free USB fan handed to journalists at Trump-Kim summit

While the world's eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event.

But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie.

Not only have the 3,000 journalists been well-fed during the summit, they've also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there's a bottle of water, a handheld fan featuring Jong-Un's face, and a Sentosa guidebook. Pretty standard.

However, also enclosed was a blue, innocent-looking mini USB fan, a nod to Singapore's searing temperatures. Not so hot about it was the information security community.

Media goody bag: Mini USB fan, hand-held fan with #TrumpKim on either side to blow around all the hot air.... and a fun guide to Sentosa. NB: that's not the delegations playing beach volleyball. pic.twitter.com/fbdKVzr0Cn

— Amanda Drury (@MandyCNBC) June 10, 2018

"Do not plug this in. Do not keep it," tweeted journalist Barton Gellman, who led coverage on the U.S. National Security Agency after receiving top secret documents from Edward Snowden.

The risk is the device could be a covert method of installing malware onto the computers of journalists covering the summit.

13/ Handig. In de persmap voor de #KimTrumpSummit zit een mini usb fan. Handig om koel te blijven tijdens het schrijven. Het is hier in Singapore idd vrij heet. 33°C of zo. Maar haalt het niet bij Dubai, koning van de oven. pic.twitter.com/6tQd5d7gCW

— Harald Doornbos (@HaraldDoornbos) June 10, 2018

Twitter was abound with messages imploring journalists to not use the fan.

So, um, summit journalists. Do not plug this in. Do not keep it. Drop it in a public trash can or send it to your friendly neighborhood security researcher. Call any computer science department and donate it for a class exercise. I’d be glad to take one off your hands, btw. https://t.co/vz8xjUIjVz

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

Maybe the fan is just a fan. Bad bet, though. I should probably add: if you did plug it in you’re human. Malware authors abuse the instinct to trust. Until someone competent has a look, I recommend you power down your machine if you can and change passwords with a clean device. https://t.co/vdBVniRQuj

— Barton Gellman (@bartongellman) June 11, 2018

All accredited journalists at the #KimTrumpSummit get a free USB fan. Oh man, this is classic! #opsec https://t.co/bRIBHRmRbT

— Rickey Gevers (@UID_) June 10, 2018

RE-UPPING FOR THE MORNING CROWD IN SINGAPORE.

DON’T PLUG THE FAN INTO YOUR COMPUTER UNLESS YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXPERIENCE SOME CUSTOMIZED MALWARE. https://t.co/y8QUxeUG8r

— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) June 11, 2018

Journalists at #TrumpKimSummit got this USB fan.

PLEASE PLEASE please don’t plug it into a computer. Have an infosec pro (@wmckinley @runasand?) examine it first. https://t.co/gJ50EtW8Dl

— Cyrus Farivar (@cfarivar) June 11, 2018

"It certainly can be a security risk," Matthew Warren, professor of cyber security at Australia's Deakin University, explained to Mashable.

"The idea of the USB is a way of connecting devices to computers, and either exchanging data or drawing power for operations. The problem is, there's been a number of examples where USB devices can be hijacked and malicious code can be put on them."

Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell demonstrated malware they had developed, called BadUSB, at the Black Hat Conference back in 2014.

The malware is installed in the firmware of the USB drive, and not in its flash memory storage, which makes it undetectable. It also means other USB peripherals, like fans, can also be used to covertly carry attack code.

Once plugged in, the malware can "completely take over a PC, invisibly alter files installed from the memory stick, or even redirect the user's internet traffic," WIRED noted at the time.

"Security hasn't been built in to these USB devices," Warren added. "I certainly wouldn't be putting [the fan] in my machine."

Of course, it could be very well and true that the USB fan is just a USB fan. We'll just have to see about that.

The Howard County volleyball team prepares for a game at the Indiana State University Student Recreation Center in Terre Haute, Ind., during the Special Olympics Indiana on Saturday, June 9, 2018. (Austen Leake/Tribune-Star via AP)
The Howard County volleyball team prepares for a game at the Indiana State University Student Recreation Center in Terre Haute, Ind., during the Special Olympics Indiana on Saturday, June 9, 2018. (Austen Leake/Tribune-Star via AP)
The Howard County volleyball team prepares for a game at the Indiana State University Student Recreation Center in Terre Haute, Ind., during the Special Olympics Indiana on Saturday, June 9, 2018. (Austen Leake/Tribune-Star via AP)
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No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
Field Trip: Hitting the sand for some beach volleyball
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
Field Trip: Hitting the sand for some beach volleyball
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
Field Trip: Hitting the sand for some beach volleyball
No, it's not like the scene in 'Top Gun.' Beach volleyball is a whole lot tougher than that, even without the aviators and blue jeans.
FILE - People dressed in their swim suits play volleyball at the Munsu water park in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Dec. 1, 2015. The water park is open to both tourists and locals living in the North Korean capital. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
FILE - People dressed in their swim suits play volleyball at the Munsu water park in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Dec. 1, 2015. The water park is open to both tourists and locals living in the North Korean capital. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
FILE - People dressed in their swim suits play volleyball at the Munsu water park in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Dec. 1, 2015. The water park is open to both tourists and locals living in the North Korean capital. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)
Schmitt returns to Canadian men's volleyball team for Nations League
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FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
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FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A man wears a Union flag jacket as he passes a traditional red telephone box near to the London 2012 Olympic Games Beach Volleyball Stadium in London
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Both Alex Wilson and Canaan Grammer (left to right) have something in common, both have had a portion of their left leg amputated. After Canaan watched Wilson competing in seated volleyball, the young boy sat on Wilson's lap as he looked at a left leg prosthesis. While on patrol in Iraq, Wilson lost his leg to an IED explosion. Grammer lost his leg when he was four years old due to a medical condition. The preliminaries of the seated volleyball competition will continue on Monday with the finals on Friday, June 8. All events are open to the public with entry through the North Gate of the Air Force Academy. Sunday, June 3, 2018. ( Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette via AP)
Both Alex Wilson and Canaan Grammer (left to right) have something in common, both have had a portion of their left leg amputated. After Canaan watched Wilson competing in seated volleyball, the young boy sat on Wilson's lap as he looked at a left leg prosthesis. While on patrol in Iraq, Wilson lost his leg to an IED explosion. Grammer lost his leg when he was four years old due to a medical condition. The preliminaries of the seated volleyball competition will continue on Monday with the finals on Friday, June 8. All events are open to the public with entry through the North Gate of the Air Force Academy. Sunday, June 3, 2018. ( Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette via AP)
Both Alex Wilson and Canaan Grammer (left to right) have something in common, both have had a portion of their left leg amputated. After Canaan watched Wilson competing in seated volleyball, the young boy sat on Wilson's lap as he looked at a left leg prosthesis. While on patrol in Iraq, Wilson lost his leg to an IED explosion. Grammer lost his leg when he was four years old due to a medical condition. The preliminaries of the seated volleyball competition will continue on Monday with the finals on Friday, June 8. All events are open to the public with entry through the North Gate of the Air Force Academy. Sunday, June 3, 2018. ( Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette via AP)
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The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
Creighton volleyball headed to Europe
The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
Creighton volleyball headed to Europe
The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
The Creighton volleyball team is headed to Europe later this month.
Creighton volleyball headed to Europe
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Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Maciej Muzaj (L) in action against Germany's Moritz Reichert (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Maciej Muzaj (L) in action against Germany's Moritz Reichert (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Maciej Muzaj (L) in action against Germany's Moritz Reichert (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Tobias Krick reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Tobias Krick reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Tobias Krick reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- German players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- German players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- German players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Marcus Boehme (C) in action against Polish players Piotr Nowakowski (L) and Bartosz Kurek (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Marcus Boehme (C) in action against Polish players Piotr Nowakowski (L) and Bartosz Kurek (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Germany's Marcus Boehme (C) in action against Polish players Piotr Nowakowski (L) and Bartosz Kurek (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Aleksander Sliwka (L) in action against Germany's Tobias Krick (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Aleksander Sliwka (L) in action against Germany's Tobias Krick (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 03/06/2018.- Poland's Aleksander Sliwka (L) in action against Germany's Tobias Krick (R) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and Germany in Lodz, Poland, 03 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Noah Baxpohler (L) and France's Kevin Le Roux (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Noah Baxpohler (L) and France's Kevin Le Roux (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Noah Baxpohler (L) and France's Kevin Le Roux (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (R) and France's Barthelemy Chinenyeze (L) and Thibault Rossard (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (R) and France's Barthelemy Chinenyeze (L) and Thibault Rossard (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (R) and France's Barthelemy Chinenyeze (L) and Thibault Rossard (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German players Julian Zenger (L) and David Sossenheimer (R) celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German players Julian Zenger (L) and David Sossenheimer (R) celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German players Julian Zenger (L) and David Sossenheimer (R) celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (C) and Noah Baxpohler (R) and France's Julien Lyneel (L) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (C) and Noah Baxpohler (R) and France's Julien Lyneel (L) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Germany's Simon Hirsch (C) and Noah Baxpohler (R) and France's Julien Lyneel (L) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German national volleyball team head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German national volleyball team head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- German national volleyball team head coach Andrea Giani reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French national volleyball team head coach Laurent Tillie (C) and his player Barthelemy Chinenye (back) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French national volleyball team head coach Laurent Tillie (C) and his player Barthelemy Chinenye (back) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- French national volleyball team head coach Laurent Tillie (C) and his player Barthelemy Chinenye (back) during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Germany and France in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia, Alemania, Francia) EFE/EPA/GRZEGORZ MICHALOWSKI POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Polish national volleyball team head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Polish national volleyball team head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Polish national volleyball team head coach Vital Heynen reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese national volleyball team head coach Raul Lozano reacts during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (front) and China's Chuan Jiang (back) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (front) and China's Chuan Jiang (back) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (front) and China's Chuan Jiang (back) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Meng Liu (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Meng Liu (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Meng Liu (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (R) and China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Chen Zhang (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (R) and China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Chen Zhang (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (R) and China's Shuhan Rao (L) and Chen Zhang (C) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Chinese players celebrate a point during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (L) and China's Chen Zhang (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (L) and China's Chen Zhang (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Lodz (Poland), 02/06/2018.- Poland's Dawid Konarski (L) and China's Chen Zhang (R) in action during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament match between Poland and China in Lodz, Poland, 02 June 2018. (Polonia) EFE/EPA/Grzegorz Michalowski POLAND OUT
Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event.
An exercise in hypocrisy? Trump lectures America on fitness
Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event.
Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event.
An exercise in hypocrisy? Trump lectures America on fitness
Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event.
President Donald Trump, left, talks about former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, third from middle right, during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, middle right, and Lou Ferrigno, top right, listen. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump, left, talks about former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, third from middle right, during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, middle right, and Lou Ferrigno, top right, listen. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump, left, talks about former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, third from middle right, during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, middle right, and Lou Ferrigno, top right, listen. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump, second from left, watches as kids race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and University of Georgia football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump, second from left, watches as kids race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and University of Georgia football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump, second from left, watches as kids race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera, beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and University of Georgia football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
From left, former New York Yankees baseball pitcher Mariano Rivera, retired professional beach volleyball player Misty May-Treanor, and former football player Herschel Walker, attend White House Sports and Fitness Day on the South Lawn of the White House, Tuesday, May 29, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
From left, former New York Yankees baseball pitcher Mariano Rivera, retired professional beach volleyball player Misty May-Treanor, and former football player Herschel Walker, attend White House Sports and Fitness Day on the South Lawn of the White House, Tuesday, May 29, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
From left, former New York Yankees baseball pitcher Mariano Rivera, retired professional beach volleyball player Misty May-Treanor, and former football player Herschel Walker, attend White House Sports and Fitness Day on the South Lawn of the White House, Tuesday, May 29, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
President Donald Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump listens at right. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump listens at right. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump listens as beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor speaks at the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Ivanka Trump listens at right. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump waits to start a race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Ivanka Trump, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera (partially hidden), beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump waits to start a race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Ivanka Trump, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera (partially hidden), beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Donald Trump waits to start a race during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Trump is joined by, from left, Ivanka Trump, former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera (partially hidden), beach volleyball star Misty May-Treanor, and football star Herschel Walker. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
U.S. President Donald Trump wags his finger as he stands with his daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump, former New York Yankees baseball player Mariano Rivera and three time Olympic gold medal volleyball player Misty May-Treaner as young participants run during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
President Trump wags his finger as he appears at White House Sports and Fitness Day in Washington
U.S. President Donald Trump wags his finger as he stands with his daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump, former New York Yankees baseball player Mariano Rivera and three time Olympic gold medal volleyball player Misty May-Treaner as young participants run during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Former New York Yankees baseball player Mariano Rivera, three time Olympic gold medal volleyball player Misty May-Treaner, U.S. President Donald Trump and former NFL star Herschel Walker watch young participants during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
President Trump appears with atheletes at White House Sports and Fitness Day in Washington
Former New York Yankees baseball player Mariano Rivera, three time Olympic gold medal volleyball player Misty May-Treaner, U.S. President Donald Trump and former NFL star Herschel Walker watch young participants during the White House Sports and Fitness Day event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

<p>The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.</p><p>Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local <a href="https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/delaware/2018/05/30/whale-spotted-near-fenwick-island-beach-delaware/654664002/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:report" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">report</a>, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful</p>
Whale, Just a Few Yards Off Coast, Surprises Volleyball Team in Fenwick Island, Delaware

The Dynamic Volleyball Academy’s beach practice was interrupted when they spotted a whale on May 29, only a short distance from shore in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

Michele Miller luckily had her phone and was able to record the incident. According to this local report, Miller had seen dolphins feeding off the coast earlier that day and thought she was seeing more of the same. But much to her surprise, right as she started to film, a fin cut through the water revealing the presence of the whale. Credit: Michele Miller via Storyful

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