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LIVERPOOL, England -- Ki Sung-Yeungs first-half penalty gave last-place Sunderland a surprise 1-0 win at 10-man Everton on Thursday after goalkeeper Tim Howard was sent off for bringing down the South Korea midfielder. Ki, who is on loan from Swansea, darted into the box midway through the first half and was tackled by Howard, who was given a straight red card. The midfielder then converted the 25th-minute spot kick to give Sunderland its first away win of the season and a much-needed boost in its fight to escape the relegation zone. Gus Poyets team remains bottom, three points from safety. Everton brought on Ross Barkley as a substitute and piled on the pressure after the break but could not find an equalizer, with Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone pulling off several impressive saves. Everton is fifth after only its second loss of the season, five points off the league lead. Howard saved a shot by Jack Colback shortly before the incident that led to his sending off. Howard opted for a short goal-kick to Leon Osman, who couldnt control it and Ki stole the ball and tried to go around Howard but was fouled by the goalkeeper. Ki, who also netted the winning goal against Chelsea in the League Cup quarterfinals, then made no mistake in firing the penalty in past substitute goalkeeper Joel Robles. Robles looked shaky as he fumbled Ondrej Celustkas drive in the 36th minute but did well to block the follow-up by Sebastian Larsson and from the resulting corner, Ki miscued wildly when trying to shoot. After the break, Everton began to apply some pressure but Mannone made a decent parry to keep out Phil Jagielkas header and got his hands on Romelu Lukakus attempt at a rebound shot. Lukaku then saw Mannone get down to claim his drilled shot from outside the box, before Barkley - who netted so spectacularly in the previous game against Swansea - sent another ambitious effort too high. 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While Chelsea stayed two points behind leader Arsenal courtesy of Etoos hat trick, seventh-place United slipped 14 points from the summit this weekend. And the gap from the Champions League places is growing as well, with Liverpool six points ahead in fourth. LONDON -- The doping retests from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin involve 350 samples, cost $500,000 and are based on intelligence that targets athletes and events considered most at risk for cheating, the IOCs medical director said. Despite the cost, effort and an improved steroid test, its possible that very few -- if any -- positives will be detected, Dr. Richard Budgett told The Associated Press in an interview. "We just dont know what the results from Torino will be," Budgett said. "I wouldnt be at all surprised if its far, far, far less than people are speculating, despite this new method. Weve set the expectations at a sensible level. We do not expect necessarily to have any positives." Budgett provided the greatest detail so far of the International Olympic Committees reanalysis of the Turin samples, which includes a test that can detect steroid use going back months. The IOC stores Olympic samples for eight years to allow for retesting when new methods become available. With the deadline for the Turin samples expiring in February, the IOC is doing last-minute retesting to catch any cheats who got away at the time. "Approximately 350 samples are being analyzed," Budgett said in a telephone interview. "Weve selected them based on intelligence. It involves a bit under 200 athletes as many of the athletes have more than one sample." The retesting is "a good half way through" and the results will be finalized by the end of the year, Budgett said. The program involves a "full menu" of tests, including the "long-term metabolite" method that widens the window so steroids can be detected several months -- rather than days -- after they were taken. The urine and blood samples are being reanalyzed at the anti-doping lab in Lausanne, Switzerland. The IOC has budgeted half a million dollars for the tests -- "the whole package of intelligence, doing the reanalysis and follow up of any samples," Budgett said. Any positive findings would lead to retroactive disqualification and loss of medals.dddddddddddd The testing is focused on athletes, especially medallists , who would have been most likely to dope. "We spent a lot of time gathering intelligence on the sports at risk, the countries at risk, on the individuals and coaches and the groups of athletes at risk," Budgett said. "The reanalysis is absolutely as targeted as possible." The IOC worked with the UK Anti-Doping agency on the intelligence gathering. "Were more interested in medal winners than other people, but were also looking at patterns of previous positive tests," Budgett said. "Weve had 7-8 years of looking at the patterns of subsequent positive tests so you can see where there might be a risk. "There are well-known events like biathlon and cross-country skiing where there is a long history of abuse of EPO and other substances, and some sports such as curling where theres no history of abuse at all." In 2010, the IOC retested some Turin samples for insulin and blood-booster CERA but all came back negative. Those samples are now destroyed, so the latest tests are on different samples. Only one positive case was recorded during the Turin Games, with Russian biathlete Olga Pyleva stripped of a silver medal after testing positive for a banned stimulant. Last year, the IOC retested samples from the 2004 Athens Olympics and caught five athletes who were retroactively stripped of medals for using steroids, including mens shot put winner Yuriy Bilonog of Ukraine. Previously, retests of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics led to five positive cases for CERA -- with Bahrain runner Rashid Ramzi stripped of gold in the 1,500 metres. Budgett said the new steroid test -- as well as any other improved techniques -- will be used to retest more Beijing samples before the eight-year statute expires in 2016. The latest steroid test was developed by the World Anti-Doping Agency lab in Cologne, Germany. ------ Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '
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