In a thrilling finish, long shot Nafissatou Thiam of Belgium upset defending gold medalist Jessica Ennis Hill to win the heptathlon. Ennis Hill needed to win the final event, the 800 meters, by nine seconds to retain her Olympic title, but she won by only seven seconds and Thiam edged her by 35 points. Canada’s Brianne Theisen Eaton, wife of American decathlete Ashton Eaton, won bronze.
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Being eight jokes about it in. You know are now you know you know we have that. Police department that Ali heat in the air. [RELATED] VIDEO: FedEx driver caught sleeping at the wheelTwo recent surveys show that American workers aren’t as well rested as they think they should be and it’s likely costing both the employees and the firms they work for. Workers surveyed by staffing firm Accountemps said they work while tired, with nearly a third (31%) saying they do so very often. Office workers aged 18 or older, said they lack focus, are easily distracted, procrastinate more, are grumpy and make more mitakes whoops, mistakes when they are tired.[RELATED] Do pets in bed help or hurt your sleep?Another survey, this one from Harris Poll on behalf of CareerBuilder, found that more thanhalf of workers (58%) feel they don’t get enough sleep, and 61% say lack of sleep has a negative impact on their work.More than 3,200 workers across industries in the private sector participated in the nationwide survey, and just 16% said they actually get eight hours of sleep each night.Forty three percent of respondents said they’d caught someone sleeping at work, so it’s no surprise that 39% said they would take advantage of a designated “nap room” if offered at their place of work.”Rest is an undervalued necessity these days,” Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer at CareerBuilder, said in a press release.