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Photos: The Anastasia Ashley Story

first_imgAdvertisementAnastasia Ashley (born February 10, 1987) is an American professional surfer and model. In 2003, she received the Triple Crown Rookie of the Year award. At the age of 16, Ashley won her first major national title. Later, she also won titles including two National Scholastic Surfing Association championships and the Professional Surfing Tour of America championship. Ashley won the 2010 Pipeline Women’s Pro in Hawaii. She appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition in 2014. As of September 8, 2014, Ashley is ranked 59th in the 2014 Women’s Qualification Series.In September 2014, she started her own Gypsy Jet Set jewelry line in collaboration with OK1984, a jewelry company. She was featured in the October 2014 issue of Maxim magazine.In November 2014, she went to Ireland for a Web Summit on how to maintain a competitive edge in surfing with a focus on social media tools. Ashley was interested in convincing Taoiseach Enda Kenny to surf.Ashley appeared on Hell’s Kitchen in the third episode of Season 14 where she taught the team challenge winners how to surf. She also attended as a dining room guest in that episode’s dinner service. She appeared on an episode of Stewarts & Hamiltons.Ashley is a vegetarian and has posed for a PETA’s vegetarian ad campaign in 2006. Advertisementcenter_img Ashley was born Anastasia Electra Ashley in San Clemente, California on February 10, 1987. She began surfing at the age of 5 right before moving to Hawaii. At the age of 6, she won a surf contest using a run-down board that she found in a trash can outside of her house. By the age of 7, she picked up a sponsor to replace her run-down board with new ones.last_img read more


Chelsea players will fight for manager Antonio Conte, says Thibaut Courtois

first_imgChelsea manager Antonio Conte will have the full support from his players to help the Italian avoid suffering the same fate as Jose Mourinho two years back, the Premier League champions’ goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said.Chelsea ended a three-match winless streak with a league win over Watford last weekend but the build-up to that game was clouded by speculation about Conte’s future with media reports suggesting the players were unhappy with his training methods.Courtois compared the situation to that of Mourinho, who won the league in 2014-15 but was sacked the following season after a poor run of results.”We are ready to fight for the coach,” Courtois told Standard Sport. “I remember what happened two years ago under Jose Mourinho and things started to be said, there were stories about the dressing room without knowing what was happening.”We are happy to show that we are ready to fight. We all know what would have happened (more debate over Conte’s future)if we had lost against Watford.”Courtois, 25, dismissed reports regarding player unrest over the manager’s training methods.”Every manager has his own routine. With Antonio we do a lot of tactical sessions and drills. We are fine with it,” the Belgian said.”Last season we were champions with his way and we trained much more than this season, so I don’t know why somebody would complain. It’s not as if we don’t like to train.”Fourth-placed Chelsea face Everton in the League Cup fourth round on Wednesday before travelling to 19th-placed Bournemouth in the league on Saturday.advertisementlast_img read more