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Reus W ü would exchange his money for health

Marco Reus of Borussia Dortmund speaks ü about his rehab. The Ski World Association PR ü ft an application by Lindsey Vonn ü about participating in a men's downhill.

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Reus W ü would exchange his money for health

Football, Borussia Dortmund: National football player Marco Reus of Bundesliga Borussia Dortmund yearns for his comeback after his cross-band Rift suffered in DFB Cup final in May. The serious injury not only weighs him physically, but also mentally, 28-year-old told GQ magazine. "That you're on your own during rehab. That's thing that's extreme about a consumes, "Reus said:" After three weeks I was really fed up, you're being mentally brutally tested, because you always have to work alone. "

"We top earn a lot of money, but we have to accept a high health price in part," Reus said: "All money I would give away to be healthy to be able to do my job. For what I love: Play football. " The offensive player had suffered serious injury at 2:1 against Eintracht Frankfurt in Cup final. Reus wants to take time in healing process, he will probably only return to square in March 2018-also in order not to endanger a bet at World Cup finals in summer in Russia.

Alpine skiing, World Cup: Lindsey Vonn has come a small step closer to her goal of going to start of a men's World Cup downhill. The FIS Ski Federation decided at a meeting of its executive members on Tuesday in Zurich to at least consider a corresponding request from US Association (USSA). At next meeting in May, application will be on agenda. "There is support for application among members of Executive Committee, but also many points that still need to be clarified," said USSA director Patrick Riml.

Vonn, who has already won 77 World Cup victories in women, wants to start in season 2018/19 unique with men. The downhill race in November 2018 in Lake Louise was envisaged. The 32-year-old wants to give more attention to her sport, but re are also critics in scene. Andreas Puelacher, head coach of Austrian alpine skier, called idea "a pure PR story".

Football, World Cup: FIFA Football World Federation will check age of reported players at 17-day, First World Cup in India. With help of images of wrist bones, it should be shown that none of actors was born before 1 January 2000. Germany has also qualified for tournament.

In August, title defender Nigeria had failed in qualifying, also because several players had not passed test before an important game. " It is responsibility of each member association to ensure that its players comply with age requirements. FIFA has also decided to carry out MRI examinations of wrists in its 17-fold tournaments, "a FIFA spokesperson is quoted by AFP news agency.

The case of five-time world champion Nigeria, who had brought title to 2013 and 2015, had recently taken a stir. According to media reports, 26 players from squad did not have test. By means of magnetic resonance tomography, age can be determined with 99 percent certainty. It shows wher players are still in growth, as is case with a 17-year-old.

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