#1 I held it together yesterday von jin shuiqian 25.10.2019 04:07

DENVER - A man whose disappearance during last weeks Denver Broncos game touched off an extensive search by family and friends told police he had his fill of football and walked and hitchhiked about 130 miles to a city in southern Colorado.Paul Kitterman, 53, was found safe Tuesday night in a parking lot in Pueblo after police got a tip that he was in the city. The construction worker looked tired and had trouble walking but a medical exam found him to be otherwise unharmed, Pueblo police Sgt. Franklyn Ortega said.Kitterman told police that he had not watched television in several days and was not aware that people were looking for him.He said he had his fill of football and that he likes to walk and wander, and he was looking for a warmer place, Ortega said.The tip on Kittermans whereabouts came from a friends ex-wife, who reported picking him up at the Salvation Army in Pueblo and dropping him off at a hotel, Ortega said. The sergeant didnt have other details about his connection to the woman.He said police did not plan to file charges.Hes a grown man. If thats what he wants to do, he can do it, Ortega said, adding that authorities put Kitterman up in a hotel until his family could pick him up.Family and friends had been searching for Kitterman since he was last seen leaving his seat to meet friends at halftime of Thursday nights game against the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field.They filed a missing persons report with Denver police, scoured the sprawling stadium, called local hospitals and detox centres, and taped fliers around the city. Police had previously said they did not suspect foul play, and Kittermans stepson noted that his stepfather did not have any known health or personal problemsThe stepson, Jarod Tonneson, did not respond to a message left by The Associated Press. On a Facebook page set up to help find Kitterman, his family said they understood many people had questions about what happened but asked for privacy.We love all of you and we will never forget your kindness, compassion and your willingness to help find Paul, they said.Kitterman and Tonneson went to the game with two of their friends after a day spent working and hunting at another friends ranch in Kremmling, a small town in the mountains of northern Colorado.Kitterman and Tonneson hurriedly made the 100-mile trip to the stadium after a friend offered tickets. It was Kittermans first time there, and in his haste, he forgot his cellphone and took no credit cards and very little cash, Tonneson said.Kitterman had four or five beers in the course of a four-hour span — not enough to become disoriented, his stepson said. Replica Shoes Wholesale China .com) - Klay Thompson is quickly proving he is worth every penny of his recently signed four-year contract extension. Wholesale Shoes 2020 . 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Reed turned his game around in four holes Saturday at the Cadillac Championship and wound up with a 3-under 69 in much tamer conditions at Doral. It gave him a two-shot lead going into a final round that will prominently feature defending champion Tiger Woods for the first time this year. Woods, who only a day earlier looked to be on the verge of shooting himself out of the tournament, delivered the low round of the week and his best round of a short season. He made eight birdies for a 66 and was only three shots behind. "Thats fine. Ive seen Tiger a lot on the driving range. Never had the opportunity to play with him and I still havent been able to play with him," Reed said. "Whenever hes close to the lead, hes a guy you have to watch out for. But at the same time, I have to go and just play my own game." He did that beautifully on a sunny afternoon with not nearly as much wind on the new Blue Monster. Reed rolled in a 40-foot eagle putt on No. 8, and started the back nine with consecutive birdies. He drove the green on the par-4 16th for a two-putt birdie that gave him the outright lead and finished with a two-shot lead over PGA champion Jason Dufner (68) and Hunter Mahan, who bogeyed his last hole for a 71. Reed was at 4-under 212, the highest 54-hole score to lead at Doral since a three-way tie at 212 in 1985. The 23-year-old Texan will be going for his third win in his last 14 tournaments, dating to the Wyndham Championship in August. He was tied for the 54-hole lead that week and won in a playoff. Reed also went wire-to-wire to win the Humana Challenge in January. He will be in the final group with Dufner, the most recent major champion. Right ahead will be Woods and Mahan. Its right where Reed wants to be. "If you have a 54-hole lead, that means youre playing the best golf of the group through three rounds," he said. "Tomorrow is Sunday, but at the same time, its another round of golf. ... Weve won twice since August. Weve played great. And if I continue doing what Im supposed to be doing, come Sunday afternoon, hopefully were holding the trophy." Woods made three birdie putts of about 15 feet or longer on the back nine, including a 35-footer down the slope on the par-3 15th. His goal was to get back to even par for the tournament and hope to bee within five shots of the leader.dddddddddddd It turned out much better. Woods was one of five players who were under par, and he goes into Sunday only three shots behind as he tries to win at Doral for the fifth time. Jamie Donaldson of Wales escaped from the palm trees right of the 18th and made par for a 71 to share fourth place with Woods. "It was nice to get back in the tournament again," Woods said. The lack of big wind certainly helped with scoring and attitudes on Saturday. The average scores was 72.6, compared with 76.0 in the second round, allowing for plenty of movement on the leaderboard on a sunny afternoon in Miami. A dozen players were within five shots of the lead. "Now its playing more like a normal course," Woods said. Dustin Johnson failed to birdie three of the par 5s and chopped up the 14th hole, which featured one shot he hit left-handed. He birdied the last hole for a 73 that put him at even-par 216, along with Miguel Angel Jimenez (69) and Zach Johnson (71). Jimmy Walker, already a three-time winner this season who is starting to feel like contending is a habit, had a 67 and was in the group five shots behind with Bubba Watson, Graeme McDowell and Matt Kuchar. "The tournament will not be over until the last putt drops on 18," Mahan said. "That always happens, but it seems like you just cant coast in here. You cant have a big enough lead going into 18 this week. So I dont think anyone is going to be too bothered if someone gets out to a three- or four-shot lead, because theres so much golf out there. And theres so much that can happen -- good and bad." And it did on Saturday. Woods made his move early and late, pouring in four birdies in eight holes to go out in 33 and getting under par for the first time all week with a bunker shot that narrowly cleared the lip and settled a few feet away for birdie on the 16th. "I held it together yesterday -- a long day, tough day -- and that gave me a chance today," said Woods, who scratched out a 73 in the second round. "I figured, Hey, Im only six back. Thats definitely doable, especially with the conditions and how difficult this golf course is playing. If I just get back to even par for the tournament, Ill be right there. And I did one better." Rory McIlroy did not. The two-time major champion was only one shot out of the lead when he played his next four holes in 5-over, including a pair of double bogeys on the par 5s with shots into the water. McIlroy chipped in for birdie on the 18th for a 75 and was seven shots behind. ' ' '

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