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Got big plans to be a lap swimmer this summer? You need a suit that won't ride up or fall down. Enter the Speedo Women's Swimsuit. This classic athletic suit has a fashionable and functional high cut to let you do your best Michael Phelps in the pool while compression fabric helps create a sleek silhouette. Choose from navy, red, black and green shades.
"It's a thick material so it doesn't show fat rolls or anything like that," said a five-star fan. "Gives you a nice slim look — works wonders in my opinion."
The Beckham Hotel Collection Bed Pillows have a huge fanbase, and it's easy to see why. These comfy pillows are made from 100% cotton and gel-filled fiber, making them incredibly soft to touch but firm enough to provide that all-important support. Move around at night? The pillows' no-shift construction minimizes bunches and distortion. They also feature cooling gel and breathable cotton, so you won't get too hot at night.
"I ordered two king and two queen pillows [for] me, my wife and my teenage son," shared one five-star reviewer. "We all absolutely love these pillows; my neck pain is gone and I sleep much better now."
Whether you're planning to hit the beach with your buddies or want to cook out in the park, this mega-popular portable charcoal grill is ready to make the experience legendary. The grill offers up a 150-square-inch cooking rack to let you cook up dogs and burgers at once, along with three secure lid locks to make transportation easy. And, here's the kicker: It only weighs two pounds.
"Great grill! If all you wanna do is cook up a few burgers and dogs, you can't go wrong: This is a great choice," said a five-star fan.
Pure Enrichment PureZone Medium-Large Room Air Purifier
For cleaner air this summer, kick off summer with a new air purifier at a $50 discount! The Pure Enrichment PureZone 3-in-1 Air Purifier is a fan favorite with more than 12,000 five-star reviews. It traps over 99.97 percent of odors, smoke, dust and other allergens using a three-stage filter to trap the nasty stuff — a pre-filter, an activated carbon filter and a true HEPA filter.
"This is the answer to my allergies prayers," a shopper shared. "My dogs and cats like to hang out in my room with me and I’m mildly allergic to them. This thing has taken all the smell out of my room and I don’t wake up wheezing. I would recommend this product to anyone with asthma and allergies because it’s helped me tremendously."
Scott McLaughlin has picked up his second career IndyCar victory - and it may well go down as one of the most special wins of his career.The New Zealander won at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with his nervous parents watching from pit lane on Sunday.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has acknowledged Ukrainian forces have withdrawn from Lysychansk in Donbas, but vowed to restore control over the area thanks to the army's tactics and the prospect of new, improved weaponry."If the commanders of our army withdraw people from certain points at the front, where the enemy has the greatest advantage in fire power, and this also applies to Lysychansk, it means only one thing," Zelenskiy said in his nightly video address.
Pat Cash has launched a blistering attack on Nick Kyrgios, accusing his fellow Australian of cheating, abuse and dragging tennis down to new depths.The 1987 Wimbledon champion, who commentated on Kyrgios's spiteful barn-burner of a victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas on Saturday, said the controversial Canberra showman was turning the game into a circus.
Wimbledon sensation Jason Kubler has recalled the dark days when he was so broke that he dreaded being scheduled at night at low-money events around Australia.Because he knew if he'd lost, it was too late to catch a flight home and he'd have to stump up the cash for another night's accommodation.
Taking nothing for granted but feeling supreme, Nick Kyrgios says it's too soon to look ahead to a must-watch all-Australian Wimbledon quarter-final with Alex de Minaur.That's the tantalising reality, though, as Kyrgios and de Minaur enter their respective fourth-round matches on Monday as warm favourites to advance to the last eight.
Presented with a huge opportunity to win Wimbledon, Ajla Tomljanovic's biggest second-week threat may well be .Charged with the seemingly impossible task of delivering Australian tennis fans an acceptable encore to Ash Barty's hoodoo-busting 2021 triumph at the All England Club, Tomljanovic has boldly stepped up to reach the last 16 for the second successive year.
A gunman has opened fire in a Copenhagen shopping mall, one of the largest of its kind in Scandinavia, killing several people and wounding several others, police said.The suspected gunman, who is in custody, is a 22-year-old Danish man who was detained near the Fields shopping mall on the southern outskirts of the capital, said police inspector Soren Thomassen, head of the Copenhagen police operations unit.
Cameron Norrie has become the first British man since Wimbledon's biggest hero Andy Murray to make the last eight at the championships - and he did it without a hint of the Scot's old flair for drama.Murray, who's always kept Wimbledon on tenterhooks with his heart-stopping triumphs, was the latest home quarter-finalist five years ago.
Australia will provide 34 additional armoured vehicles to Ukraine and prohibit Russian gold imports, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said during a historic visit to the bombed capital.Speaking in Kyiv alongside President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Mr Albanese also said Australia would impose sanctions and travel bans on 16 more Russian ministers and oligarchs, bringing the total number of Russian individuals sanctioned by Australia to 843.
West Coast Fever coach Dan Ryan hopes his team's breakthrough Super Netball triumph will be the start of a golden era.The Fever ended Western Australia's 25-year wait for a netball title when they beat the Melbourne Vixens 70-59 in Sunday's Super Netball grand final.
Nat Fyfe's revised AFL role might be the subject of intrigue but don't expect Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir to provide a running commentary.Fyfe played almost entirely at half-forward on Sunday as the Dockers survived an almighty scare from Port Adelaide to run out eight-point winners at Optus Stadium.
Health officials will front a child sexual abuse inquiry in Tasmania, a day after an urgent review was called into a hospital at the centre of harrowing claims.The state government on Sunday pledged to review child safety governance and the management of serious misconduct at the Launceston General Hospital.
Trade and tourism are high on the agenda for Jacinda Ardern as the New Zealand leader visits Australia this week.The Kiwi prime minister will attend a formal meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, take part in an Australia-NZ leadership forum along with a number of New Zealand ministers, and deliver a speech on foreign policy at the Lowy Institute.
Severe adverse reactions to flu vaccines are sometimes over-diagnosed to anaphylaxis by physicians erring on the side of caution, a brief study published in the Medical Journal of Australia found.The Monash Health authors of the research letter reviewed clinical records of all adults (18 years or older) with diagnoses of influenza vaccine allergies who attended the Monash Health adult vaccine allergy service from April 1, 2017 to August 31, 2021.
Independent ACT senator David Pocock says federal Labor should not hold a conscience vote on whether to allow the ACT and Northern Territory rights to legislate on voluntary assisted dying.Senator Pocock spoke against a conscience vote because it would be deciding on those territories' rights to pass their own laws, rather than a vote on voluntary assisted dying itself.
The nation's energy and resources sector can predict back-to-back record years, fuelling a budget recovery after the financial fallout from COVID-19.The latest Resources and Energy Quarterly, issued by the federal government, marks 2021-22 as a record year of export earnings for the sector.
A body modifier convicted of manslaughter after a silicon snowflake he implanted into a young woman's hands became infected is due to be sentenced.Brendan Leigh Russell, 41, was considered a "god" by his 30-year-old victim who had the procedure done in his NSW Central Coast parlour on March 20, 2017.
Adrian Meronk has become Poland's first winner on the European tour with a superb closing stretch at Mount Juliet for a six-under 66 and a three-shot victory in the Irish Open.With the British Open at St Andrews looming the week after next, Australia's Lucas Herbert also showed some form as he finished in the top 10 on Sunday.
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz has claimed his first Formula One victory in a thrilling British Grand Prix halted by a first-lap crash and with the added mayhem of a track invasion by protesters.Red Bull's Mexican Sergio Perez was runner-up in Sunday's race, 3.
She's never stopped believing and now Tatjana Maria is three matches from becoming the first tennis mum since the great Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1980 to win Wimbledon.Maria saved two match points on Sunday to continue her giant-killing run through the draw and reach her maiden grand slam quarter-final at age 34.