Shoelaces As Seen In The News

In the News

Shoelaces occasionally make an appearance in the news, where they have been involved in good and bad, happy and sad events. Here's some links to various news stories involving shoelaces.

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News Story Excerpts – 2019

Fans Surprised as Richardson Gets Bat Grip & Shoe Laces as Player of the Match Award

– News18 (USA), 12-Jan-2019

Cricket player Jhye Richardson (image: ICC)

Jhye Richardson’s spell of 4-26 was instrumental in Australia’s 34-run win over India in the first ODI of the series on Saturday and the young pacer was named Player of the Match afterwards.

In a nice gesture, the prize money meant to be handed out to the player was donated to charity but the alternative award handed to Richardson – a bat grip and some shoe laces – had many fans confused.

What, they can't even give him a bottle of champagne or something? Worst prize ever
– Sami Dowd (@samidowd) January 12, 2019

Full story on News18 website

Pregnant Carrie Underwood Gets Help Tying Her Shoelaces

– POPSUGAR (USA), 04-Jan-2019

Carrie Underwood's family tying her shoelaces (image: Instagram)

Carrie Underwood, now in her third trimester, has shared an Instagram video of what it's like to reach that inevitable time – when you physically can't bend over enough to tie your own damn shoelaces – herself.

"I can no longer tie my own shoes," she professed in a caption alongside a video of her husband, Mike Fisher, tying one silver sparkly sneaker while her 3-year-old son Isaiah attempted to tie the other. "So glad I have such sweet helpers!"

After Isaiah was clearly diverting from a standard tie and exclaimed he was going to tie it a "cool way," Carrie sweetly said: "You're doing a good job, buddy. Let Daddy fix it a little bit ... if you do it too cool, I can't get it off later. Daddy will fix it."

Full story on POPSUGAR website

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