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Australian international cricketer Phil Hughes has died at Sydney’s St. Vincent’s Hospital.
The 25-year-old was in critical condition after he was hit on the head by a ball while batting during an important domestic game in the city on Tuesday.
The incident sent shock waves through the cricket world and was a reminder that, despite its genteel reputation, cricket can be a highly dangerous sport.
Hughes was struck on the rear left side of the head below the helmet by a short, fast ball — known in cricketing parlance as a “bouncer” — delivered by New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott.
Denser and heavier than baseballs, cricket balls can reach speeds of 100 mph, turning them in potentially lethal projectiles — even when players are wearing protective gear, as the example of Hughes tragically shows.
Hughes, who grew up on a banana farm outside Sydney, had undergone emergency surgery and was kept in an induced coma until passing away on Thursday afternoon, local time.
Tributes have poured in for the young star, who was the first Australian batsman ever to score a century in his debut for his national side in the one-day form of the game.
Such terrible news with the passing of Phil Hughes.
1) Eating slowly allows more time for the “full” feeling to kick in.
2) Eat off a small plate. Without realizing it, we often judge whether we’re done by visual cues like an empty plate.
3) Keep the serving dishes in the kitchen. Merely having to get up to get more makes us less likely to keep eating.
4) Sit next to the people who are skinny and who never eat much.
Uruguayan President José Mujica was talking to journalists in the capital Montevideo Tuesday night when a homeless man asked him for some change.
“Give me a coin of yours, Pepe,” the man said.
“Look, brother,” replied the president, “I don’t have a coin but don’t cry!”
Mujica then handed the man a $100 bill.
The man shouted, “I want you to be president forever!” to which Mujica replied, “No, no … You’re crazy!”
The footage aired on Uruguay’s Teledoce TV channel.