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OMAHA, Neb. -- The Latest on Olympic events ahead of the Rio Games (all times local):----8:15 a.m.Sally Pearson will not defend her Olympic hurdles title in Rio de Janeiro after tearing a tendon in her hamstring, yet another setback in a year beset by injuries.Pearson, the 100-meter hurdles Olympic gold medalist at the 2012 London Games and silver medalist at Beijing in 2008, told Australias Channel Nine news Wednesday that she was gutted by the extent of the training injury.The 29-year-old Pearson missed 12 months of competition because of surgery and recovery after breaking her wrist in a racing accident. She said this month her preparation was hampered by a niggly hamstring.She returned on June 5, a year and a day after crashing over a hurdle at a Diamond League meet in Rome. She had three races in Europe before returning to Australia to work on her speed.----7:40 a.m.The United States is assembling an Olympic swimming team that Michael Phelps hardly recognizes.Nearly halfway through the eight-day trials, the team bound for Rio next month has as many as 17 first-timers. Left in their wake so far are such stalwarts as Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, Matt Grevers, Tyler Clary and Jessica Hardy.Phelps, who turns 31 on Friday, and teenager Katie Ledecky appear to be the only sure things at a meet described by Phelps as more pressure-packed than the Olympics.Four years ago, Franklin was a bubbly teenager who became a star at the London Games, winning five medals, including four golds. But Franklin wont be defending her gold medal in the 100-meter backstroke after finishing a stunning seventh in the final Tuesday night. Wholesale Cardinals Jerseys . "Theyve both been real good," said Babcock. "Havent changed our minds." A decision has seemingly been made - Sundays Group B-deciding tilt against Finland ahead - but it could not have been an easy one. Price opened the tournament with a sturdy 19-save performance against the Norwegians, yielding just one goal. Mason Cole Womens Jersey . Artturi Lehkonen, Joni Nikko and Ville Leskinen had the other goals for Finland (1-0) while Juuse Saros stopped 28 shots. Tim Robin Johnsgard had the lone goal for Norway (0-2). http://www.cheapcardinalsjerseys.net/ . To the surprise of many, it isnt the Wolverines but their in-state rivals the Michigan State Spartans. Womens Cardinals Jerseys . Ferrer, trying to win his fourth title on Mexican soil, will next play South Africas Kevin Anderson, who eliminated American Sam Querrey,7-6 (2), 6-4. Also Wednesday, Gilles Simon (6) of France beat Donald Young of the United States 6-4, 6-3, Ukraines Alexandr Dolgopolov downed Frenchman Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 6-4 and Croatias Ivo Karlovic defeated Dudi Sela of Israel 7-6 (4), 6-2. Black Friday Cardinals Jerseys . A knee to the thigh might have stung him the most, but his sixth straight double-double made up for the brief burst of pain. No-one wanted to be South Africas Test captain more than AB de Villiers. He said so himself, here , more than two years ago when he was overlooked in favour of Hashim Amla as South Africa sought a new leader after a decade of Graeme Smith.Moving on was never going to be easy. Smith was an overarching presence, broad as a blue gum tree, under which a new leader would find it difficult to grow. Johan Botha sprouted briefly, leading South Africas T20 and ODI side when Smith was injured, but can you even name Smiths vice-captain? No? Its as though he didnt need one.Thats why when he was gone everyone was underprepared to be South Africas next Test captain, especially de Villiers. He had never led at any level before international. Not at school, where Faf du Plessis was preferred, not at domestic level, where he only spent a small amount of time before being promoted to the biggest stage, not at the IPL, even though Ray Jennings had initially pushed for de Villiers to take charge of Royal Challengers Bangalore. But de Villiers was the ODI captain and he probably thought that put him in a strong position to take over at Test level. In fact, it did the opposite.It took de Villiers so long to come to terms with the additional responsibility that South Africa had to relieve him of the wicket-keeping duties in short formats. Even then, he continued to rack up over-rate violations because he spent too much time having council meetings over what to do in the field. He did not display the tactical acumen of a Test captain and so even though Amla was reluctant, he was asked to do it instead.De Villiers probably did not intend to throw the proverbial tantrum in response and he may not even have realised he was doing it but he spent most of last summer making it clear he was not happy. He complained about overwork, he stressed that he would have to find ways to manage the packed schedule and, in the middle of that, when Amla stood down because he could not take the pressure any more, he temporarily took on the captaincy. Then, he gave South Africa his complete commitment. Little did he know, he would not be able to fulfil it.Since being named as permanent Test captain, de Villiers had not played a Test. He missed the New Zealand series in August because of an elbow injury which was aggravated at the Caribbean Premier League but he did not undergo surgery because he hoped conservative treatment would fix it. By the time Australia arrived for ODIs in October, de Villiers had not recovered and the knife was the only option. That would put him out of the Australia Tests but it was a sacrifice he had to make.In the meantime, South Africa had to find someone else and they could not go back to Amla.dddddddddddd Their options were limited to two out of form batsmen - Faf du Plessis and JP Duminy - who had taken turns being dropped during the England series. With du Plessis already leading in the T20 format, they chose him. And the team chose him. And the critics chose him. And before long everyone was calling on du Plessis to stay on.He captained with a calmness that de Villiers never had. He had the confidence of his players, who rallied behind him so hard they even defended him against ball-tampering charges. He came good as a player, scoring a hundred in the series-win over New Zealand and another under pressure in Australia.The only complication was that de Villiers would one day come back and everyone from the convener of selectors, Linda Zondi, to the spearhead of the attack, Dale Steyn, endorsed his return to the captaincy. They did not leave room for what de Villiers had been going through in the interim.His elbow has not healed and will keep him out for at least another month. That means he would have missed three successive Test series and not just any three, the three South Africa are using to start climbing the rankings again. The team has moved on without him. Although it is difficult to imagine even momentarily considering leaving de Villiers out of an XI, it is also difficult to imagine where he would fit in at the moment, never mind as captain. And therein lies the next discussion.When will de Villiers play Test cricket for South Africa again? If all goes to plan, perhaps in the March series against New Zealand but who would he replace then? Duminy has been spoken of as the obvious choice because he does not consistently produce and there is also suggestion one of the openers may make way but there are problems with both solutions.South Africa have transformation targets to meet and Quinton de Kock - who is most likely to be moved up - has already said he does not want to open long-term. Thats a puzzle for another day and its not unthinkable that de Villiers will solve it himself, as he has done this time.For all his own desires, de Villiers would have seen that the team had progressed under du Plessis, he would have known that consistency is crucial to continued success and he would have understood what that meant for him, without having to be told. The truth is that no-one has professed their love for South Africa more than de Villiers and in stepping down, he proved that if you really love something, you can let it go. 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