Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopIt’s Time To Show How Bad Some Women Can Really BeThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka Trump6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAPYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime On 10 April, cycling’s governing body also furloughed staff and cut wages as a result of the pandemic. “Our international federation is going through a crisis without precedent since the Second World War,” said UCI president David Lappartient. The Tour de France isn’t the only major sporting event to be canned this summer. The European Championships have also been put back until 2021, to allow the domestic football seasons to finish. Wimbledon has also be cancelled for the first time since World War Two. Read AlsoAnthony Joshua faces fresh hurdle for WBO belt “This is a decision that we have not taken lightly, and we have done so with the highest regard for public health and the wellbeing of all those who come together to make Wimbledon happen,” said Ian Hewitt, All England Lawn Tennis Club chairman FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Tour de France will not begin as originally planned due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. French President Emmanuel Macron has cancelled all public events with large crowds until mid-July as the country continues to battle COVID-19. Organisers say it’s no longer feasible for the showpiece three-week cycling event to start on 27 June in Nice. Cycling’s most prestigious race was won by Team Ineos’ Egan Bernal last year. Tour de France in action will be missed by its teeming fansAdvertisement Loading…
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Winebarger gets Willamette win
By Ben DeatherageLEBANON, Ore. (May 6) – The IMCA Modified ranks saw domination from Collen Winebarger Saturday at Willamette Speedway.The Corbett chauffeur took off with the coveted top spot and never looked back. It was Winebarger’s first Modified victory in 2017 at Willamette.Bricen James was second with John Campos behind him in third. The balance of the top five included Brad Martin and Dustin Cady.
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk AquaTrojans Prevail Over Bulldogs
BHS travels to Southwestern High School to take on Milan and Southwestern in a triangular on Thursday, January 17.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen. Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.The Bulldogs traveled to East Central to take on the Aqua Trojans in dual meet action. Senior Kate Poltrack, sophomore Sonja Gaulin lead the lady’s team, each with a first and second place finish. Poltrack took first in the 200 and second in the 500 Free while Gaulin earned a first in the 100 Free, and second in the 200. EC AquaTrojans hosted bitter conference rival, Batesville, on Tuesday evening. EC came away with two victories as the girls beat the Bulldogs 110-67 and the boys won 126-57.Individual Winners include:Nick Weber-200 Free, 100 FreeKyra Hall-200 IM, 100 FlyJackson Ketcham-200 IM, 100 BreastCaroline Walters-50 FreeEthen Witte-50 FreeAly Bailey- 1 meter divingJohn Crawley- 1 meter divingJacob Weber-100 Fly, 100 BackMackenzie Schantz-500 FreeOlivia Nixon-100 BackEC won all 6 relays.EC faces off in the War on I-74 against the Harrison Wildcats to wrap up our 2018-2019 home season and to honor our seniors. Please come out and support the Trojans!!! Freshman Sean Callahan led the men’s team with a a first in the 500 Free and a second in the 200 IM.Overall team scores:Women: ECHS 110 / BHS 67Men: ECHS 126 / BHS 57
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Madigan lifts Leinster to derby win
Ian Madigan tallied up 19 points as the in-form fly-half masterminded Leinster’s 24-11 Guinness PRO12 derby win over Ulster at the RDS Arena. Despite being on the back foot for much of the first half, Leinster led 9-6 at the break thanks to three Madigan penalties – the last of them coming after a yellow card for Ulster’s Dan Tuohy. The Ulstermen should have been in front at that stage, especially given the injury-enforced departure of Leinster captain Jamie Heaslip and some passive home defending. Two penalties from the fit-again Ruan Pienaar had given them an early lead. Press Association But Leinster enjoyed some welcome territory approaching half-time, with the penalties beginning to stack up against the visitors. Tuohy needlessly dived in off his feet to take out scrum half Isaac Boss and following the Ulster lock’s sin-binning, Madigan converted from in front of the posts. A left wing raid by Madigan and Jordi Murphy, coupled with a strong Zane Kirchner carry near the posts, had 14-man Ulster under immediate pressure in the second period. Crucially, they switched off at a five-metre penalty. Madigan feigned a kick to touch, instead tapping it and rolling out of a Callum Black tackle to touch down. Leinster’s talisman added the conversion but Neil Doak’s charges created a well-worked try seven minutes later, tighthead Herbst driving over to the right of the posts with support from fellow South African Franco van der Merwe. Pienaar was unable to convert at 16-11 and after Devin Toner went close during a power-packed spell of carrying, Madigan’s reliable right boot put eight points between the sides. Pienaar was wide and short with a left-sided penalty entering the final quarter, and Ulster’s challenge gradually petered out. Leinster duly closed out their fifth successive victory over their provincial rivals with a try from flanker Conan, who burst on to Luke McGrath’s short pass to go over in the left corner. The visitors fell further behind following an opportunist Madigan try in the 42nd minute, before prop Wiehahn Herbst’s first touchdown in Ulster colours cut the gap to 16-11. But Madigan’s fourth successful penalty, coupled with a deserved late try from man-of-the-match Jack Conan, saw Leinster bounce back impressively from last week’s disappointing defeat to Munster. Crisp passing from scrum half Pienaar saw Ulster make early headway, Tuohy tearing through midfield and Leinster required a terrific Fergus McFadden turnover to relieve the pressure. Leinster enjoyed some attacking phases before Tuohy’s bone-crunching tackle on Jack McGrath and follow-up by Darren Cave saw Pienaar go for goal from his own half. His well-struck kick came back off the crossbar. The South African made amends two minutes later, splitting the posts from just inside the Leinster half, before Madigan responded in the 21st minute following a weaving run from excellent centre Luke Fitzgerald. Ulster fired back with some potent midfield play as Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding grew in influence. Leinster were pinged for not rolling away and Pienaar restored his side’s three-point advantage. With a hamstring tweak forcing Shane Jennings’ late withdrawal before kick-off, Leinster suffered a second back-row setback with the very rare sight of Heaslip going off injured with a shoulder injury. Madigan lifted Leinster spirits with a levelling penalty past the half hour mark, the dancing feet of Fitzgerald again outfoxing the Ulster defence initially.
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Ash Barty beats Marketa Vondrousova to win French Open
Ashleigh ‘Ash’ Barty won her first Grand Slam title by beating 19-year-old Marketa Vondrousova 6-1, 6-3 in the French Open final on Saturday.She is the first male or female Australian to win the French Open since 1973.Click here to learn more.
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Freshman dies in Pardee Tower
A freshman died Wednesday night after Department of Public Safety officials found her unresponsive and not breathing in her dorm room, officials said.DPS officers responded to the room of Rachel Kim, who lived on the sixth floor of Pardee Tower, after receiving a call at 8:41 p.m, said DPS Capt. David Carlisle.“The Los Angeles City Fire Department Unit 15 was also notified and responded to the scene,” Carlisle said. “[Kim] was transported to California Hospital and was later pronounced dead.”The cause of death has not yet been released. Carlisle said privacy rules prevented him from giving more information.A counseling session will be held on Thursday at 7 p.m. for residents of the sixth floor of Pardee; another session will be held at 8 p.m. in the Pardee Tower second floor lobby for all Pardee residents, Michael L. Jackson, vice president of Student Affairs wrote in an e-mail to Pardee residents.“Our hearts and prayers go out to Rachel’s family and friends,” Jackson said.For immediate support, students can contact DPS dispatch at (213) 740-6000 to speak with a counselor.
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Trojans sputter to ninth place in tourney
USC’s men’s golf team experienced a disappointing setback at this week’s Prestige Tournament, finishing well behind the leaders in ninth place. The No. 24 Trojans suffered from uncharacteristically poor individual play, especially from the team’s top two seeds, senior Jeffrey Kang and junior Anthony Paolucci. Freshman Rico Hoey, USC’s third seed, also struggled to match his early-season form.Bogus · Senior Jeffrey Kang, the Trojans’ top seed, tied for 52nd place in the Prestige at PGA West this week with an individual score of 8-over 221. – Courtesy of USC Sports InformationNo. 9 Stanford took home the title yesterday at PGA West Golf Course in La Quinta, Calif., finishing just two strokes ahead of No. 14 Washington. Another Pac-12 rival, No. 15 UCLA, was a distant third.Though the Trojans improved in every round of the tournament, the team never recovered from a sluggish 4-over performance over Monday’s opening 18 holes. The teams combined for a solid 3-under yesterday, but could not make up the 25-stroke lead that Stanford opened up during the first two rounds. Head coach Chris Zambri was not pleased with the overall result.“We finished ninth out of 12 teams,” Zambri said. “So we certainly would not characterize it as anything but a poor showing.”Leading the charge for USC was the unexpected tandem of juniors Eric Sugimoto and Paul Smith. Sugimoto, the Trojans’ fourth seed, led the team with an even-par total over three days. The San Diego native finished in a 21st-place tie after firing consecutive scores of 1-under 70 after a first-round 2-over 73. Smith was just off the pace set by Sugimoto, stringing together two 71s with a 73 to combine for a 2-over. The Trojans’ fifth seed finished in a tie for 28th.Neither Smith nor Sugimoto had cracked USC’s starting lineup prior to this event, but the pair benefitted from poor performances by the team’s previous lower seeds at last week’s Amer Ari Invitational in Hawaii. Zambri saw the strong play of his two lowest-seeded players as a silver lining.“It was great to get some fine play out of our four and five positions,” Zambri said. “That is what gave us some problems in Hawaii.”On the flip side, the Trojans’ top seeds underperformed. Paolucci went into yesterday’s final round at 2-under, but a team-worst 5-over 76 knocked him into a tie for 35th place. Hoey, USC’s second place finisher in Hawaii, salvaged scores of 73 and 75 in the first two rounds with a 2-under 69 yesterday. Still, the team’s third seed tied for 39th.Perhaps the biggest surprise for USC was senior Jeffrey Kang, who failed to shoot a single round under par, and finished in a 52nd-place tie aftering entering the tournament as the Trojans’ top seed.Zambri felt that the poor play of his top players may not be as bad of a sign as it appears to be, and is sure that Paolucci, Kang and Hoey will return to form soon.“I know that our top three guys will contribute greatly going forward,” Zambri said. “So all in all it was a tough week but there [were] some bright spots.”The Trojans return to action early next week at the Jones Sport Invitational in Ventura, Calif.
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Dino Babers discusses playing former SU coach, Week 1 depth chart
Published on August 27, 2018 at 2:01 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Schafer_44 Comments On Sept. 9, 2017 Syracuse lost to Middle Tennessee State, 30-23, in the Carrier Dome. While Scott Shafer smoked a celebratory cigar on the stairs of the Carrier Dome, SU players admitted they were distracted by playing their former head coach. “Thinking about Shafe is just something that people just let get to their head,” former SU linebacker Paris Bennett said. “I thought about Shafe more than I would like to.” In the Orange’s opener against Western Michigan, the players will have a similar challenge as the Broncos head coach Tim Lester coached at Syracuse from 2013-15. Lester served as the offensive coordinator during the 2014 and 2015 seasons. Lester’s offensive system, which featured a 1000-yard rusher in Jarvion Franklin in 2017, isn’t similar to the high-paced Babers spread. Babers noted he doesn’t see any advantage for his team because SU seniors were a part of Lester’s offense in 2015. “On the flipside, I think it’s a huge advantage for them that they know these players, they recruited them, they watched them on tape,” Babers said. “They should have a good feel for what they can and they can’t do.” AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse released its depth chart prior to Babers’ press conference on Wednesday. SU plans to run a base 4-3 defense Friday night in response to WMU’s emphasis on the ground game, Babers said. Senior linebackers Ryan Guthrie (Mike), Kielan Whitner (Sam) and junior Andrew Armstrong (Will) will fill in the three open spots at the position.“This is a good test, this is a team that likes to run the football, linebackers need to be right, they need to be gap conscious,” Babers said. “It’s a heavy zone team which means they’re going to try to stretch that front and try to get inexperienced linebackers out of the gaps.” Facebook Twitter Google+ Other notes from Monday’s press conference: Redshirt senior Aaron Roberts has officially reclaimed his starting role at left guard after being listed behind Sam Heckel to start training campLong snapper Matt Keller, who was seen during practices last week wearing a walking boot, is listed as the starter. Babers said the team will know more on his status following a report later todayAfter Babers said a week ago he had a quarterback starter in mind but wouldn’t name the player, he clarified on Monday: “Eric Dungey will start the game.”
Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Greyhound racing tonight in Clonmel
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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk MVP Football Quiz Kicks Off in Lagos
The quiz which is aimed at bringing football lovers together would help showcase their talents and knowledge of the game.According to the organisers,“the competition cuts across all age brackets from 18-70.”Speaking during the competition, the organiser and the Managing Director of Indices Production, Mr. Remi Towobola, stated that with this phase, they would be able to understand what to do in the competition proper, adding that there were no cash prizes for the competition, but “we are looking at taking the winners to football competitions around the world.”He added that at present, they were aiming at taking the winners to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil which would give them opportunity to watch football matches, maybe the finals of the football event, adding, “it could also be any other football event around the world at a particular period of time.“In picking the winners they have to go through different stages before they qualify for any of the prizes. Some sponsors have shown interests and we are still talking with them. We intend to go around different states and organise competitions.” The weekly winners will participate in the quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final stage of the competition. There would be group and individual winners.Names of winners of the MVP Quiz are: Tunde Adigun who came first, second placed person, Kehinde Kehinde, while Rogba Ibidapo came third.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram By Ugo AliogoThe Pilot edition of the MVP football quiz, a new weekly sports quiz has kicked off recently in Lagos.