Advertisement 3mxlwNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsr19lWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E7m( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) pbiWould you ever consider trying this?😱8j3llcpCan your students do this? 🌚1a1Roller skating! Powered by Firework Antonio Conte has been appointed as the new Inter Milan coach after Luciano Spaletti left the club following a unconvincing season at Inter. The fans of Conte’s former club Juventus are in rage due to this decision of Conte.Advertisement A change.org petition came about , by user “Buddy guy black and white” at the link : https://www.change.org/p/juventus-football-club-togliere-la-stella-a-conte-allo-juventus-stadiumAdvertisement “Antonio Conte was a beloved captain, who also played with his heart,” it read.“Then he became our Coach and won us an unexpected Scudetto without a top squad after Calciopoli and seventh places.Advertisement “That could be compared, I think, to winning a Champions League, precisely because of the historical importance attached to it… then he left for reasons that are probably not entirely clear, two days before the start of the season.“Not a nice thing but, so far, it still falls into logic… What will be, as far as I’m concerned, an indelible divide with Conte is his landing at Inter…“We know Coaches, as well as players and directors, are professionals, who have every right to make professional choices that go beyond ‘belonging’.“If Mou came to Juve, he would’ve done nothing wrong to Inter, just as if Sarri did or Capello to Roma in the past, because things that are said during the course of a season all add up in dialectical clashes dictated by the moment, from situations on the field…“In the case of Conte at Inter, I think it’s something very different. He’s not just a former Juventus player or a professional going to a rival team. Many have done that in the past…“Here we have a person going to a club where, internally, even today, there are individuals like Zanetti or [Pirelli chief Marco] Tronchetti Provera, to pick two names at random, who have never hid their opinions about Juventus, who stole Scudetti from the same Juventus that Conte played for and was a protagonist for.“Going to Inter isn’t a professional choice for Conte. A professional choice would be to go to Napoli, Roma, Milan…“Going to Inter means joining a club who have tried, luckily without succeeding, through several more or less clear channels, to destroy us and throw dirt on the history of which Conte was undoubtedly the protagonist…“Going to Inter isn’t a professional choice. Going to Inter will mean trampling on one’s dignity first…“As far as I’m concerned, the star at the stadium represents what being a ‘juventino’ is about and not just the past…“In making this jump, Conte no longer represents the ‘juventino’ spirit and values that embody the other stars.“[Zibi] Boniek wasn’t given one for the same reason, and he was more worthy of it than Conte right now.” Advertisement
“We now know that these restrictions will prevent us from starting on time for the fall semester.”The BCIHL consists of five teams, including Selkirk College, Simon Fraser University in Burnaby; Trinity Western University in Langley; Vancouver Island College in Nanaimo and the University of Victoria.The BCIHL said in the media release membership approved a tentative 12-game regular season schedule for the winter term along with a modified playoff structure during last week’s annual general meeting.The BCIHL said individual teams are permitted to explore exhibition game opportunities for the fall semester within the boundaries of their institution, facility, and BC Hockey and Hockey Canada Return to Play protocols. “With concerns over the health, safety, and academic success of our student-athletes, each of our member teams agreed that January 15 is the earliest opportunity to kick off the regular season,” continued Munshaw. The BC Intercollegiate Hockey League announced Thursday that the 2020-21 regular season won’t start any sooner than January 15, 2021 due to safety concerns relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are working closely with BC Hockey, our member institutions, our home arenas and our travel partners to ensure we return to action safely when the current restrictions are lifted,” said BCIHL President Chris Munshaw.
Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw at home to promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford on Saturday, leaving them eight points adrift of Premier League leaders Liverpool.Jose Mourinho’s side, who had won their last two league games, took the lead in the 18th minute through Brazilian midfielder Fred, who drove home after a sublime short pass from Paul Pogba.Wolves had looked nothing like a promoted team, playing confident and composed football and they got their reward with a finely worked goal.Helder Costa got past Luke Shaw and slipped the ball back to Raul Jimenez who perfectly teed-up Joao Moutinho and the Portuguese midfielder fired into the top corner.BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION 1 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2Harry Kane became Tottenham’s joint fifth highest scorer as he helped his side earn a 2-1 Premier League victory over Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.Kane moved level with Jermain Defoe on 143 goals for the London club as Tottenham put behind them successive defeats by Watford, Liverpool and Inter Milan in all competitions to climb to fifth in the Premier League table.Kane opened the scoring from the penalty spot on 41 minutes after Glenn Murray handled in the box and the England striker fired the spot-kick into the corner of the net.Brighton had a goal ruled out for offside and substitute Erik Lamela added Tottenham’s second with a neat finish on 76 minutes. Anthony Knockaert’s stoppage-time effort was a late consolation for the hosts.Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was thrilled with the attitude shown by his players.“Everyone can understand what we are feeling now. The spirit we showed was the most important thing,” Pochettino told BT Sport.“We played some very good football and apart from the last minute which was a little bit embarrassing with the late goal, the performance was great.“The three points was so important for us.”Kane was also happy to see his side emerge from the mini slump and hopes they can now maintain their position near the top of the table.“Today was about mentality, getting around the pitch, pressing high and harder and I think we did that.” Kane told the BBC.“We could have put it to bed and won 3-0 or 4-0 but it’s good to get back to winning ways. The gaffer will be pleased and we can build on this.”Brighton manager Chris Hughton felt his team created enough chances to take something from the game but praised the clinical finishing from the Tottenham forward line.“On the balance of play, it got a little bit frantic in the last period where they had a few chances, I think we had as many good opportunities as they did,” Hughton told BT Sport.“But with the quality they have, they can be clinical with theirs. I think they showed their quality with the second goal in a high press from us trying to get back in the game.“I don’t think anyone can doubt our willingness to get back in it. They’re a very expansive team and on a good, wet surface like this, they can move the ball quickly.”Summaries for the Premier League on Saturday (start times are BST)Fulham (0) 1Scorers: A. Mitrović 78Yellow card: Mawson 30, Fosu-Mensah 32Subs used: Ayité 46 (McDonald), Odoi 46 (Mawson), ZamboAnguissa 64 (Johansen)Watford (1) 1Scorers: A. Gray 2Yellow card: Holebas 58Subs used: Kiko Femenía 70 (Hughes), Success 80 (Gray), Sema90 (Pereyra)Attendance: 23,418Referee: Martin Atkinson………………………………………………………..Burnley (2) 4Scorers: M. Vydra 39, A. Lennon 41, A. Barnes 83, A. Barnes88Yellow card: Lowton 31, Westwood 56Subs used: Wood 60 (Vydra), Barnes 69 (Vokes)AFC Bournemouth (0) 0Subs used: Francis 46 (Diego Rico), Stanislas 68 (Wilson),Defoe 78 (Smith)Attendance: 18,636Referee: Anthony Taylor………………………………………………………..Cardiff City (0) 0Yellow card: Ralls 46Subs used: Richards 51 (Peltier), Zohorè 63 (Ward), JoshMurphy 75 (Hoilett)Manchester City (3) 5Scorers: S. Agüero 32, Bernardo Silva 35, İ. Gündoğan 44, R.Mahrez 67, R. Mahrez 89Yellow card: Fernandinho 60Subs used: Mahrez 61 (Agüero), Foden 69 (İ. Gündoğan),Stones 74 (Fernandinho)Attendance: 32,321Referee: Michael Oliver………………………………………………………..Crystal Palace (0) 0Yellow card: Tomkins 51Subs used: Meyer 63 (Kouyaté), Sørloth 71 (Ayew)Newcastle United (0) 0Yellow card: Yedlin 36Subs used: Joselu 46 (Rondón), Atsu 73 (Ritchie), Muto 81(Ayoze Pérez)Referee: Andre Marriner………………………………………………………..Leicester City (1) 3Scorers: K. Iheanacho 19, J. Maddison 66, J. Vardy 75Yellow card: Ndidi 18, Ghezzal 43Subs used: Gray 46 (Ghezzal), Albrighton 77 (Iheanacho),Okazaki 85 (Maddison)Huddersfield Town (1) 1Scorers: M. Jørgensen 5Yellow card: Kongolo 47Subs used: Diakhaby 57 (Kachunga), Pritchard 72 (Kongolo)Attendance: 31,676Referee: David Coote………………………………………………………..Liverpool (3) 3Scorers: W. Hoedt 10og, J. Matip 21, Mohamed Salah 45+3Subs used: Milner 46 (Shaqiri), Gomez 55 (van Dijk), Keïta70 (Wijnaldum)Southampton (0) 0Yellow card: Oriol Romeu 34, Lemina 56Subs used: Armstrong 55 (Targett), Bednarek 55 (OriolRomeu), Austin 79 (Long)Referee: Paul Tierney………………………………………………………..Manchester United (1) 1Scorers: Fred 18Yellow card: Shaw 40Subs used: Mata 63 (Sánchez), Martial 63 (Fred), AndreasPereira 75 (Lingard)Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) 1Scorers: João Moutinho 53Yellow card: Rúben Neves 61Subs used: Adama Traoré 75 (Hélder Costa), Saïss 80 (JoãoMoutinho), Gibbs-White 87 (Diogo Jota)Attendance: 74,489Referee: Kevin FriendSunday, September 23West Ham United v Chelsea (1530)Arsenal v Everton (1800)
The Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel (IADP) will convene an in camera (private) preliminary hearing between Briana Williams and the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) regarding the sprinter’s adverse analytical finding. The hearing takes place at 10 a.m. at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel tomorrow. Williams was alleged to have returned a positive test for the banned substance Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ), however she pleads no wrong-doing in the matter. She will be represented by Dr Emir Crowne while JADCO will turn to Ian Wilkinson QC in the matter. The IADP is chaired by Kent Gammon, who is expected to give statements after tomorrow’s hearing.
Immunisation is estimated to save between 2 and 3 million lives every year, yet too many people still do not have access to these life-saving tools. Globally, one child in seven children is excluded from the full benefits of vaccines, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). World Immunisation Week, celebrated from April 24th – 30th, aims to promote vaccines as a way to protect people against diseases. Immunisation saves millions of lives every year, and is one of the most successful and cost-effective health interventions.These observances, the WHO emphasises, aims to highlight the collective action needed to ensure that every person is protected from vaccine-preventable diseases. This year’s theme: “Protected Together, #VaccinesWork”, encourages people at every level – from donors to the general public – to go further in their efforts to increase immunization coverage for the greater good.It has been sixteen years since the beginning of Vaccination Week in the Americas, and 41 years since EPI (Immunisation Programme) started in Guyana. In her message on the occasion, Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence, proudly announced that Guyana’s vaccination coverage continues to be 90% and above for the under-5 population. She said, too, that for the last 30 years, Guyana has been free of several vaccine-preventable diseases, including poliomyelitis, diphtheria and yellow fever.This year’s local theme, ‘Strengthen your defense, get vax’, she said, is appropriate since, for the past years, the Ministry has placed an ardent focus on Guyana’s borders and points of entry. As such, both active and passive surveillance systems have been strengthened to keep at bay the diseases that spate and have caused epidemics in our neighbouring countries of Brazil and Venezuela.At the beginning of its immunisation programme, Guyana sought coverage primarily for its young children five years and under, from birth to their last dose; however, according to the Minister, during the last years, this programme has expanded across the life cycle to encompass pregnant women and the elderly. “Our focus has shifted to strengthening the defences of each member of the household as we provide coverage for our most-at-risk groups,” the Public Health Minister stated. She also underscored the fact that the coverage extends to the military and armed forces, teachers, health care workers, children, and adolescents.Despite a coordinated effort to boost coverage rates over the past decade, the WHO states, 19.5 million infants still do not have access to vaccines that protect against life-threatening yet easily preventable diseases, such as diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, and rotavirus.According to WHO statistics, approximately 60% of these under-vaccinated children reside in only 10 countries (coloured pink): Angola, Brazil, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa. Overall, GlobalData believes that a strong patient-provider relationship, coupled with public awareness campaigns that tout the benefits of vaccination while simultaneously debunking anti-vaccine beliefs, are essential to bridging these diverse coverage gaps across the developing and developed world.In Guyana’s context, healthcare workers have been recognised for their tireless efforts in conducting community outreaches to meet the vaccination targets. In addition, the Public Health Ministry also congratulated parents for their role in ensuring that their children receive the appropriate vaccines that could ultimately save their lives.The WHO and its partners hope to improve vaccination rates in the developing world through targets set by the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP). However, a 2017 status report revealed that progress toward achieving these goals by 2020 is behind schedule. The primary goal of this week’s global initiatives, therefore, is to increase vaccination coverage by raising awareness of the importance of immunisation among parents and caregivers, health care professionals, policy and decision-makers, and the media.
1 Gabriel Jesus hasn’t played since his February injury Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is back in contention for Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal at Wembley but defender John Stones is out.Brazil international Jesus has been sidelined since breaking a bone in his foot in February but returned to training earlier this month.Stones has failed to recover from the muscle injury that ruled him out of last week’s game at Southampton and he could also be doubtful for next Thursday’s derby against Manchester United.Jesus, 20, made a big impact after joining City from Palmeiras in January, hitting three goals in five appearances and briefly displacing top scorer Sergio Aguero from the team.He has missed the last 12 games after breaking a metatarsal in City’s victory at Bournemouth on February 13.Speaking at his pre-match press conference, manager Pep Guardiola said: “He is really much better.“Today he will make part of the training with us and he is coming back with his happiness. We are so happy he is coming back again.“We are going to travel, all the squad to Wembley. He will be part of that. After that we will see.”Asked if he had ruled out starting with Jesus, Guardiola said: “No.”England centre-back Stones missed the 3-0 Premier League win at Southampton last Saturday after pulling up injured in training.Guardiola has said the problem is not overly serious but he could miss both key games in the coming week.The rearranged derby against United could be important in the battle for Champions League qualification.Guardiola said of Stones: “The problem is muscular, (he was hurt) one day in a training session. He is out for Wembley. Maybe he will come back for United but I don’t know right now.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2“With a motorcycle, you are so much more prone to getting hurt,” said California Highway Patrol spokesman Joe Zizi. “Add in DUI, and you have a recipe for disaster.” As more people abandon four wheels in favor of two to save gas, the result has been more inexperienced motorcyclists on streets, roads and freeways, Zizi said. Indeed, the county health department report cited an increase in motorcycle ownership and larger numbers of inexperienced riders reasons for the increase in fatalities and injuries. There also has been a decline in helmet usage, the report said. “We don’t have research to prove it, but we feel it’s safe to say that fuel prices are having an effect on motorcycle sales,” said Mike Mount, spokesperson for the Motor Cycle Industry Council. Ready to switch from your car to a motorcycle to save on gas? First, be warned: Deaths and injuries involving motorcycle riders are on the rise, according to county health officials. Fatalities and serious injuries involving motorcycle riders have increased steadily since 1998, coinciding with a rise in motorcycle ridership, according to a county Department of Health Services report that looked at the trend in a report released this past week. After a steep decline in motorcycle-related deaths and injuries following the 1992 implementation of the state’s mandatory helmet law, deaths have been on the rise again, climbing sharply by 50 percent between 1999 and 2003, according to the agency’s report. Last year was the 13th consecutive year that motorcycle sales have increased in the country, he added. Sales have topped 1 million each year for the past three years, Mount said, more than tripling over the past decade. “I have noticed in my own observations, that there appears to be more people on motorcycles,” said Sgt. Dan Lowe of the Whittier Police Department. “In fact, if you look in our parking lot, there are more motorcycles in our own lot.” Josh Hart, general sales manager at the Whittier Honda- Kawasaki Fun Center, said sales at his dealership have increased 30 percent in the past year. “More people are just coming in and buying them for the fuel economy,” he said. As for the jump in fatalities and injuries, Hart said it could be a matter of simple mathematics. “Any time you experience an increase in an activity and people doing it, you’re going to have more injuries,” he said. County health officials also blame a combination of more high-profile sports utility vehicles and more motorcycles on the roads for the rise in deaths and injuries. Often, the report said, SUV drivers fail to see motorcyclists in time to avoid a collision. Zizi said inexperienced riders too often try “splitting traffic” – weaving between or straddling freeways lanes to get around traffic. “You have inexperienced riders who get on a motorcycle and immediately want to split traffic,” he said. “You need to have at least five to 10 years experience before you start splitting traffic.” Zizi said that motorcyclists should drive no more than 10 mph faster than surrounding traffic. “You need to be aware of your surroundings,” he said. “You have to anticipate what people are going to do.” Dr. Ian Kramer, director of emergency care at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital in Whittier, said helmet usage is the deciding factor in motorcycle crashes. It can mean the difference between life or death, he added. “I am a firm believer in individual rights, but the helmet laws save lives,” he said. “I’ve definitely seen people who wore helmets and walked away from pretty significant accidents that probably wouldn’t have otherwise.” Dean Thompson, spokesperson for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, which contracts with the CHP to offer motorcycle training and safety courses, said riders need sufficient training before they ever get on a bike. “Our main message for motorcyclists is get trained and licensed, wear all the protective gear all the time, ride unimpaired, stay within your abilities and your limits, and keep your skills sharp by being a lifelong learner,” he said. “Basically three quarters of all motorcycle accidents involve another vehicle, probably a passenger car,” Thompson added. “In two-thirds of those, the motorist is at fault.” Zizi said that figure could be dramatically reduced if both motorcyclists and automobile drivers learn to be aware of each other. “As long as all motorists stay aware of their surroundings, we can all share the roads together safely,” he said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPhotos: At LA County Jail, Archbishop José H. Gomez celebrates Christmas Mass with inmates“The cost of construction keeps going up, and we were not able to pass the bond, so everything is getting cut back.” At a special meeting Monday, the school board rejected the bids. The board will consider seeking new bids in phases or redesigning the project. Plans had also included a $1.9 million proposal for a new parking lot but that was canceled after bids came in at double the amount, trustee Al Beattie said. The delay will not affect the upcoming school year’s football season because all of Antelope Valley High’s home games have been scheduled at other fields, trustees said. The new stadium will be shared by Antelope Valley and Eastside high schools. The city of Lancaster is contributing $4.5 million in redevelopment funds toward the project. “It’s very frustrating. We all know prices have been increasing. It took the state 19 months to approve the plans. In part, the delays are existing in school construction that shouldn’t be there,” Beattie said. “Then there were a lot of additional requirements made by the county to the structure which weren’t anticipated.” Administrative staff recommended scaling back the stadium project by installing portable restrooms rather than concrete-block ones and by eliminating a visitor-side snack bar and wind barriers. “I’m hopeful we will get the initial group of bids out, on demolition and off-site improvements, and then have a work study and have the architect show us something more than building bleachers,” Beattie said. “We need to do something there. The community needs something there that will help improve overall conditions.” Higher construction district officials to announce in March they would have to get Eastide High School’s permanent campus developed in phases, rather than all at once, after the sole construction bid came in nearly 50 percent over the estimated cost of $95 million. email@example.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER – Plans for a new stadium at Antelope Valley High School will be revised after the low construction bid came in at nearly twice the original estimate. The lower of two bids was $10.2 million, said Antelope Valley Union High School District trustees. “I was very disappointed,” said board president Donita Winn. “We are going to end up reconfiguring the stadium. “It will probably end up looking like (Knight High School’s) stadium. It’s a nice stadium but not a state-of-the-art stadium that we had hoped to build for A.V.”
Michael John & The Bottom Line will perform at the Jazz & Blues concert series, 7-9:30 p.m. Friday outside the Hyatt Valencia on the corner of Town Center Drive and McBean Parkway, Valencia. Call (661) 290-2911. Excelencia Awards Gala will recognize Hispanic businesses, 6-10 p.m. Friday at the Hyatt Valencia, 24500 Town Center Drive, Valencia. Call (661) 702-6977. “Fear Factor” Hang Loose Night for disabled adults, 7-9 Friday at the LETMESAIL Lifestyle Enrichment Center, 28304 Constellation Road, Valencia. Call (661) 702-8555 or visit www.letmesail.org.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Ranger-led nature hike, 11 a.m. the second, third and fourth Sundays of each month at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area, 10700 W. Escondido Canyon Road, Agua Dulce. Call (661) 268-0840. Dennis Agajanian will perform country music, 6 p.m. Sunday in the amphitheater at Grace Baptist Church, 22833 Copper Hill Drive, Valencia. Call (661) 296-8737. CROP Walk will raise money to feed the hungry starting at 9 a.m. Monday from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 24901 Orchard Village Road, Newhall. Call (661) 297-3783. Sierra Club hike to Mission Peak by moonlight will meet, 7 p.m. Wednesday at the trailhead in San Fernando Valley. Call Gaylon Rodin at (661) 263-0568 or Henry Schultz at (661) 284-5613 for information or directions. By the Light of the Silvery Moon Hike, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday at Towsley Canyon, 24255 The Old Road, Newhall. Call (661) 255-3606. Tesoro Adobe Historic Park is open to the public, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Saturday with guided tours of the Harry Carey/Farmer John Ranch House, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Call (661) 702-8953. Family Nature Walk, 11 a.m.-noon, and an animal presentation, 1-2 p.m., every Saturday at Placerita Canyon Park and Nature Center, 19152 Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall. Call (661) 259-7721. Grateful Dudes perform bluegrass music, 7:30-10:30 p.m. every Saturday at Vincenzo’s, 24504 Lyons Ave., Newhall. Call (661) 259-6733. “Black Comedy” and “The Real Inspector Hound” will be presented, 8 p.m. today and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Repertory East Playhouse, 24266 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Tickets: $16 for adults and $14 for students and seniors. Call (661) 288-0000.
Eoin Waide returned to the Naomh Conaill team as they made a winning start in the Ulster Club SFC in Cavan yesterday afternoon.The wing-back missed the third part in the trilogy against Gaoth Dobhair in the Donegal SFC final, as a consequence of a hamstring injury. However, Waide played his part in the 1-11 to 0-11 win over Castlerahan at Kingspan Breffni Park. Waide spoke to Charlie Collins afterwards Listen: Waide admits Naomh Conaill ‘made hard work of it’ but delighted to progress was last modified: November 3rd, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2019 Ulster Club SFCEoin WaideNaomh Conaill