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OG was the team in everyones sights. The lineup was the first to win two official Valve events -- the Frankfurt Major and the Manila Major -- and entered The International as the favorites for the Aegis. The teams signature style revolved around beautiful early rotations, team fight execution and the ability to outplay opponents regardless of the situation.OG looked great during the early stages of The International. It had the second-best record in the group stage and looked to be in elite form entering the main event and the upper bracket. But then the dam broke.The first cracks: MVP Phoenix, 1-2Fresh out of the group stage, OG encountered its first challenger in the upper bracket. Game 1 was competitive; Amer Miracle- Barqawi played up to his reputation and looked like he would pull his team to victory, but the rest of the team was simply too far behind. MVP Phoenix crushed the draft with three comfort picks: Phantom Assassin, Bounty Hunter, and Spirit Breaker. From the first moment, MVP Phoenix played the game that suited their style: fast paced and littered with fights. The Bounty Hunter pick kept a foot in the door for a comeback at any time, and OG was unable to prevent its big mistakes.Game 2 looked like the dominant OG. The end score was 37-11 and OG bullied MVP Phoenix the entire game. From Miracle-s brilliant Outworld Devourer play to Tal Fly Aiziks clutch Oracle saves and disables, this was the kind of hero composition that befitted a championship contender.But MVP Phoenix was impossible to condition. The Korean team played their blitzkrieg style, and OG did not adjust accordingly. Again, MVP Phoenix was allowed Phantom Assassin, their preferred carry pickup, and ramped up the speed with Axe and Ogre Magi. The guide to defeating MVP Phoenix had already been written, but OG didnt even glance at it, instead allowing the opposition to play their style and dictate the pace of the overall set.The finishing blow: TNC Pro Team, 0-2This set was nowhere near as close as some of the numbers indicated. OG was thoroughly outplayed and outmaneuvered by the underdog TNC Pro Team. OG drafted compositions that favored their style of outplay, but the team did not account for the hunger of its opposition.TNC Pro Team went all-in at every turn. They pushed the high ground without a significant advantage, overextended to kill valuable targets, and made quick decisions to secure neutral objectives. And why not? TNC Pro Team understood the odds against them and played to win the game in every fight. OGs adjustments were slow and sometimes nonexistent, allowing the hero composition to favor TNC Pro Team in both games. In the end, OG just never adjusted when it came to the important factors of the game. LOS ANGELES -- Mikaela Mayer knew she was better than the high school burnout that she was in danger of becoming.She had attended four schools in three years, repeatedly getting in trouble for fighting and bad grades. She was a 17-year-old occasional model with the self-awareness to realize she had no clear direction or future outside the San Fernando Valley.All I cared about was my friends, and going out and partying, and being a young, cool teenager, Mayer said. I was looking for something, but I had no idea what.One summer day, she realized something was calling her to the humble storefront kickboxing gym in an unassuming strip mall down the street from her divorced dads apartment. Instead of driving past it again, Mayer and a friend went inside.The first thing she asked the trainer was: Do you think Im too old to start competing?I was hungry for success in something at that time, because I wasnt doing well at anything, Mayer said. I was like, `I want to be good at something. Its always been inside me. Ive always had that fire. I didnt have anywhere to direct it.Almost nine years to the day after that wild child learned how to throw her first punch, Mayer will fight at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, joining gold medalist Claressa Shields as the only U.S. women boxers in Brazil.Mayer still doesnt know exactly why she first decided to punch people after a youth spent participating in everything from soccer to motocross to snowboarding. Nobody in her self-described family of hippies had been anywhere near a boxing gym.After her first workout, she knew three different ways to throw a proper punch. And she liked it.I poured all my energy into it, Mayer said. It wasnt ever just a part-time thing for me. From the day I walked into this gym, within two months, all I thought was, `I want to be the best female fighter in the world.Mayer took lessons in muay thai and kickboxing, but she dedicated herself to boxing after a back injury temporarily stopped her from throwing kicks. She became a Golden Gloves champion just a few years later -- and when the Olympics added a womens tournament in 2010, Mayer and her father, Mark, decided to chase medals.They heard about a boxing scholarship program at Northern Michigan University under revered amateur coach Al Mitchell, who has taught three U.S. Olympic teams. Before she had time to think, the LA native had been accepted to the program on Michigaans Upper Peninsula.ddddddddddddSo I quit my job, said, `Later, to my boyfriend at the time, and hopped on a plane, Mayer said. I had never been to Michigan, let alone the U.P., which is a `nother thing on its own. I remember flying in there and seeing all the pine trees and 10 feet of snow and just thinking, `Where the hell am I?Mayer warmed to her cold new home, and Mitchell developed his first female pupil into a world-class fighter. Her bond with Mitchell and his fiancee became so tight that she had Mitchells initials tattooed on her right hand.The thing that makes Mikaela different is her commitment, Mitchell said. When she walked in here, I broke her down and rebuilt her. She never believed it was too hard, and she never gave up. She has toughness that got her this far, and now its getting her all the way to the Olympics. Its an incredible thing to do in that amount of time.A year after moving to Northern Michigan, Mayer fell just short of a spot on the first U.S. womens team, losing a decision to Queen Underwood at the 2012 trials. She only became more determined to catch the next wave in the evolution of her sport.Mayer made the Rio team last fall only after fending off a ferocious challenge over three qualifying fights from teenage prodigy Jajaira Gonzalez, a fellow LA-area native with a wealth of junior titles.The competition is so much tougher now than it was when I started, Mayer said. Back in 2009, if you went to a tournament and even got to have two fights, it was worth the money.With an artfully bent nose from boxing, she still takes occasional modeling work, particularly for a handbag company that sponsors her. Although she still lives in Michigan, Mayer returned to her original Valley gym last month, joyfully greeting her first coach -- and Coconut, the adorable dog she gave up when she moved.She wants an Olympic medal out of her journey, but she also wants her success to bring more attention to womens boxing. Although she has thought about turning pro, good money is scarce for female fighters outside the octagon -- but that only makes Mayer more determined to succeed in Rio.Ive always believed Id be here, but I also knew that the chances of being here were going to be slim, Mayer said. This was my dream before I knew it was possible. Youth NFL Jerseys Cheap China Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Jerseys From China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap NFL Black Jerseys ' ' '

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