SYDNEY Air Max Sale Free Shipping , Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- Former Australian rugby league player Broderick Wright has joined a lawsuit against Cronulla Sharks Leagues Club over supplement scandal, local media reported on Thursday.

Fairfax Media revealed that Wright's lawyers have informed the club in a letter about his decision to sue them for negligence, breach of contract and intentional tort during the 2011 NRL (National Rugby League) season when controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank ran a supplements program at the club.

Following the lead of Josh Cordoba and Isaac Gordon, Wright becomes the third former player to take legal action against the Sharks.

"It's been a long and difficult time since details of the supplement program were revealed," Wright told the Sydney Morning Herald.

"I have been troubled by the obvious abuse of trust by Cronulla, but what they put me through by subjecting me to the program and exposing us to unknown risks was just wrong and I feel I need to make it right. I love rugby league and seeing the other guys come forward gave me strength to speak up too."

Wright Air Max Mens Sale , 26, is now employed as a real estate agent after departing the club at the end of the 2011 season.

He complained of stomach problems during the program and an independent investigation later revealed that players were given peptides CJC-1295 and GHRP-6.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- On Friday morning, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Cassini spacecraft will dive into Saturn's atmosphere and disintegrate.

"Look up tonight & see Saturn in the sky. Tomorrow, our spacecraft will be part of the planet it studied for so long," Cassini's team said on Twitter Thursday night.

The probe was running low on fuel Air Max Shoes Sale , and the 13-year tour of the Saturn system mission must end. The spacecraft will make a deliberate plunge into Saturn's atmosphere to avoid the small possibility of it crashing into a potentially habitable moon, in particular Enceladus.

The long-lived spacecraft's fateful dive was the final beat in the mission's Grand Finale, which began in late April, through the gap between Saturn and its rings. No spacecraft has ever ventured so close to the planet before.

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"The spacecraft is transmitting the last data from its recorders," Cassini team tweeted on Thursday afternoon.

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In particular, the spacecraft's Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer (INMS) will be directly sampling the atmosphere's composition, which cannot be done from orbit. It will potentially offer insights into the giant planet's formation and evolution.

When the antenna points just a few fractions of a degree away from Earth, communications will be severed permanently. The predicted altitude for loss of signal is about 1,500 kilometers above Saturn's cloud tops. From that point Nike Air Max Mens Sale , the spacecraft will begin to burn up like a meteor.

Within about 30 seconds following loss of signal, the spacecraft will begin to come apart; within a couple of minutes, all remnants of the spacecraft are expected to be completely consumed in Saturn's atmosphere.

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