UCLA just signed a 15-year, $280-million contract with Under Armor, marking the largest apparel deal in the history of college sports. ESPN’s Darren Rovell broke the news Tuesday morning, sending shockwaves throughout the college football community.One of the people reacting to the news – UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen – decided it was the perfect opportunity to take a shot at the NCAA, so that’s exactly what he did on Instagram. He later deleted it.Rosen followed that up by retweeting this. In related news, Josh Rosen to get $0 from UCLA’s record shoe/apparel deal. https://t.co/uRgv5zsO09— Kevin Wall (@kwallcuse) May 24, 2016The debate over whether or not college football players should get paid won’t go away anytime soon, and it’s clear to see which side of the argument the Bruins’ signal caller is on.What do you think, college football fans? MORE FROM COLLEGE SPUN:The 10 Toughest Stadiums To Play In This YearHow Much Money The Big Ten Made Last YearMatt Leinart Jokes About Kevin Love’s Quote read more
The Governor-General, in his tribute, said Mr. Boyne was a true patriot who stimulated generations of people to think for and believe in themselves while underpinning these with high aspirations. Late Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Information Service (JIS), Ian Anthony Boyne, CD, was eulogised in song, dance and glowing tributes on Sunday (January 14) as an exceptional and extraordinary man of integrity and excellence, who epitomised the beauty and diversity of a life well lived.Such were the superlatives flowing from speakers and performers during the colourful yet dignified larger-than-life Service of Thanksgiving at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston, which celebrated the life of the man who was a household name for more than 30 years.Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen; and Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, headed the dignitaries attending the service.Also in attendance were former Prime Ministers, Bruce Golding and the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller; Finance and the Public Service Minister, Hon. Audley Shaw, and State Minister, Hon. Fayval Williams; Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator Hon. Ruel Reid; Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Minister, Hon. Olivia Grange; National Security State Minister, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr.; and Opposition Leader, Dr. Peter Phillips, among other parliamentarians, members of the judiciary; and scores of well-wishers from the wider society.The Governor-General, in his tribute, said Mr. Boyne was a true patriot who stimulated generations of people to think for and believe in themselves while underpinning these with high aspirations.Additionally, he said the late Chief State Liaison’s boundless energy and ease of manner imbued admiration and emulation.“His intellectual rigour, along with his genuine interests in individual achievements at all levels of society, combined to make him a truly unique symbol of Jamaican genius.“We have all, in one way or another, benefited from the contributions of this scholarly, dignified gentleman whose life was built on the foundation of personal faith and Christian witness. His passing has left a void in this country that may not be filled (for now),” the Governor-General said.Prime Minister Holness hailed Mr. Boyne as a man with incredible knowledge who had the ability to eloquently articulate a wide range of topics and issues and, in the process, distinguish himself as fair, balanced and factual.“Simply put, Ian Boyne was really first class. He approached every subject matter, personal interview and written piece with the same fervour and balance, regardless of potential controversy and public opinion. He was beyond compromise and possibly the greatest example of a man who ‘did it for the love and not for the likes’,” he said.Mr. Holness described Mr. Boyne as the consummate communicator and scholar, who worked with several Administrations and approached his work, to this end, with sharp analytical and intellectual fervour.“Ian rose to a (high) level of esteem and regard… . Clearly, he was in a class by himself. The ‘Union of (current and former) Prime Ministers’ would also agree that Ian was the only civil servant (who) we know (who) could criticise the Government and get away with it. But that (indicated his) speaking the truth, and when you do it with respect, honour, and dignity, no one can question the truth,” he said.Ms. Grange said Mr. Boyne loved and cared about his family and all Jamaicans.“His love for his country could be demonstrated in no better way than the (manner in which) he put his heart and soul in the profession of journalism,” she said.Dr. Peter Phillips described him as an outstanding individual who touched the consciousness of Jamaicans worldwide.In her tribute, Mrs. Simpson Miller said Mr. Boyne was more than a journalist, noting that he was a lifelong scholar and a man on a mission to unearth, expose and celebrate the passions, aspirations and achievements of the Jamaican people.“He will undoubtedly go down in history as one of Jamaica’s most talented, celebrated and accomplished journalists. This remarkable Jamaican has left us a proud legacy of discipline, professional excellence, hard work, determination, wholesome values and healthy attitudes,” she said.In an emotional tribute, the JIS’s Chief Executive Officer, Donna-Marie Rowe, said her late Deputy wore many hats and “meant so much to all of us”.“He was always by my side (and was) a reliable sounding board… the balanced ‘Mister’ on the other hand. I will miss our spontaneous checking in with each other; our wordsmithing and consulting; the ribbing, which only he could endure; and the hilarity which punctuated our meetings.“Ours was an enviable working relationship, characterised by grace and wit. The camaraderie, debate and eventual consensus was all in a day’s work with Mr. B.,” she said, adding that his legacy will be maintained.Mrs. Rowe’s tribute was capped off with a recorded voice message from Mr, Boyne to JIS staff, during which he encouraged persons to cherish each other.“We do not know when it might be the last opportunity we are together… so let us, from now, move on. Whatever good we have to say to one another, say it. Don’t wait until when you hear that a person is sick or has died, you say ‘I wish I had said that’. Let us treat each other with great love,” he implored.Widow, Margaret Boyne, in a tribute read by university lecturer, Fae Ellington, said Mr. Boyne’s faith meant everything to him, adding that he tried to be the best husband.“He was incredibly forgiving, he was hilarious (and) people would often wonder what would keep us laughing as if we were newly-weds,” she said.In her tribute, daughter, Kelly-Ann, described her father as the consummate statesman who spent a lot of time reading publications on philosophy and theology, “not only because he was a devout Christian, but because he, in very practical terms, understood the importance of the undefeatable mind and was often times heard to say ‘likeability is more important than intellect’”.“He was always concerned about the social deficit rather than the economic deficit, as he understood the importance of the effect of purpose on profit. He was a holistic B-eing,” she said.“Dad, you said I was the star of your TV show… but you were the star of my universe. My humble request of you (wider Jamaica) is that you continue to honour my father by B-eing. Live your B-est life… love in your B-est way… and laugh from your B-elly like dad did and I do,” she added.There were also tributes from other family members, representatives of the clergy, media, and close friends. Musical accompaniment was provided by The Jamaica Regiment Band.Ian Boyne’s legacy as a journalist, communication specialist, Minister of Religion, author and broadcaster has been immortalised in an impressive body of work that serves to inspire the nation and resonates globally.He was a highly respected media practitioner, who entered the profession in 1975, was driven and passionate about his work, and endeavoured to maintain a hallmark of excellence.He had a long career with the JIS, which he joined as a features writer and television broadcaster in 1976 when it was known as the Agency for Public Information.In 1983, he was appointed Press Secretary/Speech Writer for the then Minister of Industry and Commerce, Douglas Vaz. From then to 2002, he worked with every Minister of Industry appointed under successive Administrations as Speech Writer/Public Relations Consultant, before re-joining the JIS several years later.As Deputy CEO, Mr. Boyne provided oversight for the JIS’ Research, Print and Production (Editorial and Photo) Division.Additionally, he hosted the Agency’s flagship current affairs interview programme, ‘Issues and Answers’, through which he furthered the JIS’s public education thrust via his incisive range of riveting questions. These served to elucidate the Government’s response to national issues of the day.Mr. Boyne also served as Chief State Liaison to the Office of the Prime Minister, Office of the Governor-General and Office of the Leader of the Opposition.He was best known as host of the 30-year-old TVJ programme, ‘Profile’. He also hosted ‘Religious Hardtalk’ and was a columnist for the Sunday Gleaner.Mr. Boyne authored the books ‘Ideas Matter: Journey into the Mind of a Veteran Journalist’ and ‘Profile of Excellence’.He wrote extensively for many magazines, including ‘Skywritings’ and ‘The Jamaican’.In 2009, the Government of Jamaica recognised his outstanding contribution to journalism with the Commander of the Order of Distinction (CD).Mr. Boyne was the recipient of several journalism awards for distinguished work in print and television broadcasting.These include the Jamaica Broilers Fair Play Award for Profile in 2005; and the Morris Cargill Award for Opinion Journalism in 2006.Mr. Boyne is also survived by son, André, and daughter, Brianna. Late Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Information Service (JIS), Ian Anthony Boyne, CD, was eulogised in song, dance and glowing tributes on Sunday (January 14) as an exceptional and extraordinary man of integrity and excellence, who epitomized the beauty and diversity of a life well-lived. Prime Minister Holness hailed Mr. Boyne as a man with incredible knowledge who had the ability to eloquently articulate a wide range of topics and issues and, in the process, distinguish himself as fair, balanced and factual. Story Highlights read more
Rabat – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has reported that US-Led coalition forces have struck Raqqa, killing at least 15 people.The attack comes less than 48 hours after the US air strike on the Al-Shayrat airbase in western Cyria, killing six. The target this time is said to be an ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, known as the ISIS capital.According to Reuters, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates the number of people killed to be 15, including three or four children and one woman. Syrian-based media has reported an internet café being “devastated” and count as many as 20 dead and dozens injured. This has not been confirmed. The air strike targeted Huneida, a community located 30 kilometres west of Raqqa on Saturday.This is a developing story and will be updated as details become available. read more
“The world is on track to reverse the spread of this airborne killer,” Mr. Ban said in a message to mark World Tuberculosis Day, paying tribute to the many health-care providers and advocates around the world who have helped to treat and cure 36 million people since 1995.The theme of this year’s Day is “On the move against tuberculosis,” and he said that there is movement in many areas against the disease.Thanks to public awareness campaigns, communities are now much more aware of TB, while funding to combat it continues to grow through the United Nations-backed Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, among other mechanisms.Acclaimed pop star Craig David was named Goodwill Ambassador to give a further boost to efforts to fight TB.He told the UN News Centre that he hopes to use his audience of millions worldwide to raise awareness of TB and minimize the stigma attached to it that can prevent many from seeking treatment.“As a role model through my music, people really do listen to what I say,” he said. At the age of 28, he said that he hopes to reach young people and “speak in a way that I think people will actually understand.”For its part, the World Health Organization (WHO) is helping to coordinate technical support as the disease continues to evolve, while Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) seeks to boost awareness of the interlinked epidemics of TB and HIV.“But progress should never distract us from the challenges,” the Secretary-General underscored in his message. “The numbers are still staggering.”Last year, nearly 2 million people died from TB, making it the second biggest infectious killer of adults around the world. It is also one of the top three killers of women of reproductive age.Rates of new illness are falling in all regions, but not in all countries, Mr. Ban pointed out. “Overall, rates of decline are far slower than needed.”He also warned that lapses in control are pushing rates of multidrug-resistant TB, for which treatment is more costly and difficult.“In this day and age, no one should be dying from TB,” the Secretary-General underlined.A new WHO report issued last week found that drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) is now at record levels, with Asia bearing the brunt of the epidemic, calling for better diagnosis of the disease. In some parts of the world, one in four people with TB becomes ill with a form of the disease that can no longer be treated with standard drugs, according to WHO’s Multidrug and Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: 2010 Global Report on Surveillance and Response.Nearly one-third of the 440,000 people with multidrug-resistant form of the disease (MDR-TB) in 2008 died, it said. Almost half of the MDR-TB cases occurred in China, where the first nationwide drug resistance survey was conducted, and India. In Africa, estimates show 69,000 cases emerged, the vast majority of which went undiagnosed. 24 March 2010Significant advances have been made in the fight against tuberculosis, with nearly 6 million people saved in the past 15 years, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, calling for the momentum to be maintained in the fight against the deadly disease. read more
Ambassador Liu Jieyi of China, which holds the Council’s rotating presidency for November, said its members also welcomed the Yemeni Government’s efforts to safeguard security, “including the National Dialogue Conference which has generated a peaceful, inclusive and meaningful dialogue about the country’s future amongst diverse actors, including youth, women, civil society representatives, the Houthi Movement and the Hiraak Southern Movement.”Reading an agreed statement to the press following closed door consultations with Jamal Benomar, the Secretary-General’s Special Advisor for Yemen, Ambassador Liu said the Council members expressed concern about the significant delays in concluding the Conference and emphasized the importance of concluding it “as soon as possible” to move to constitutional drafting and electoral preparations, as the next steps in the transition. “They called on all parties to engage constructively in a spirit of compromise to address the remaining critical issues necessary to conclude the dialogue, in particular those concerning the southern question and the structure of the State,” he said.The Security Council also reiterated concern over continuing reports of interference by those intent on disrupting, delaying or derailing the transition process and undermining the Yemeni Government. The Council President said the 15-member body condemned any such attempts, whether by members of the former regime or political opportunists, notably by abstaining from participation in the National Dialogue, threatening to do so or standing in the way of a consensus agreement to conclude the Dialogue. “The members of the Security Council called on all parties to adhere to the guiding principles of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Initiative and Implementation Mechanism for the transition process,” he continued, adding that they reaffirmed their support to the Yemeni Government to safeguard security, promote social and economic development and push forward political, economic and security reforms. Ambassador Liu said the Council underlined its commitment to follow closely the peaceful political transition in Yemen, and emphasized that the conclusion of that exercise should be based on the completion of the steps contained in the GCC Initiative and its Implementation Mechanism. He said Council members also reaffirmed their readiness to consider further measures in response to any actions by individuals or parties that are aimed at disrupting the transition process.“The members of the Security Council noted the expectation of the people of Yemen that a National Dialogue and transition process will lead to outcomes and actions that would improve security, governance and delivery of basic services to all Yemenis,” he said.Mr. Benomar also addressed the press saying he was pleased to see the Council speaking in “one voice” and warning “spoilers” that action will be taken if they continued attempts to disrupt Yemen’s peaceful transition process. He was also pleased that the Council had backed the GCC Initiative and Implementation Mechanism “and not an indicative timeline” for wrapping up that process.“Overall, Yemen continues to make remarkable progress despite evident challenges,” said Mr. Benomar, underscoring that the country had made significant steps in laying town a blueprint for democratic transformation; achieving in a few months a goal that had taken other countries in similar situations a few years. read more
“He was met outside the main naval headquarters by a number of unidentified men who were saying that he should leave Crimea and go to the airport,” Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson told reporters in New York, as he briefed via telephone from the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. Mr. Serry apparently returned to his vehicle, and when the car could not drive away, he walked back to his hotel accompanied by a UN colleague. “On his way to the hotel he stopped by a cafe to call me, and that’s when we talked,” said Mr. Eliasson.Mr. Serry, who was dispatched to Crimea to take stock of the situation there, had been relying on Ukrainian authorities for security. He was threatened but not kidnapped, the deputy UN chief stressed. “He expects that all authorities that have control of the situation will continue to guarantee his safe return to the hotel and continued work. Otherwise, he will be forced to come back to Kiev to continue his work from here.” A UN spokesperson later confirmed that Mr. Serry is taking a flight out of Simferopol and will return to Kiev to continue his mission.In Kiev, Mr. Eliasson has continued to meet with authorities, stressing the need for calm and international unity in the pursuit of peace amid the ongoing crisis in the country.“I don’t think I’ve ever made so many references to the UN Charter,” he told reporters in reference to UN Charter principles of unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Mr. Eliasson is known to carry a copy of the Charter with him at all times, and was earlier today photographed holding up the little blue booklet while calling for a de-escalation of tensions between Kiev and Moscow. Meanwhile, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is on an official visit to Sierra Leone, has announced that he is sending Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan Šimonovic to Kiev and the eastern part of Ukraine, including Crimea, to monitor the human rights situation. Mr. Šimonovic is expected to travel to Crimea over the weekend. read more
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Stay on target A volunteer at an Ohio zoo is recovering after an orangutan reached through a barrier in its mesh enclosure, bit her arm, and somehow detached her thumb.Officials at the Toledo Zoo said the volunteer, an unpaid staff member who had been working at the zoo for 18 years, had the encounter with a 14-year-old male orangutan named Bajik.“The injured party was was treated at the hospital, is in good spirits, and is cautiously optimistic that the thumb will retain function and mobility,” the Toledo Zoo said in a statement. Shayla Bell Moriarty, zoo vice president and chief of staff, told The Blade that “to the best of the zoo’s knowledge, Bajik stuck his fingers through a small gap between welded steel bars.”Bajik grabbed the volunteer’s thumb, pulled her forearm through the gap, and bit down on her forearm. Her thumb became detached during the encounter, although it’s not clear how.Moriarty said the entire incident lasted only a few seconds and there was no threat to the public.There are no surveillance cameras in that area of the facility, and an internal investigation of the incident, which occurred Saturday, is ongoing. The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums have also been notified of the incident, The Blade reported.Suzanne Husband, associate curator of mammals, told the newspaper all of the zoo’s great apes attempt to sneak their fingers through the barrier to grab things, and it’s a known behavior staff must watch for while they’re near the enclosure.Bajik’s father, Boomer, once folded a quarter in half with only his thumb and forefinger, according to Husband.In 2016, the Toledo Zoo referred to Bajik, who was born at the zoo in 2005, as their “resident prankster.”Zoo officials say Bajik remains with his troop and his care has not changed as a result of the incident.More on Geek.com:Meet the 84-Year-Old Man Known as the ‘Octopus Whisperer’Two-Headed Blue Tongue Lizard Surprised Keepers at Wildlife ParkRare Albino Orangutan Released Back Into the Wild Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ read more
Wy’east Middle School’s back-to-school barbecue is next month, featuring food, school supplies and activities.The barbecue will run from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 22 at the middle school campus at 1112 S.E. 136th Ave., Vancouver.The first day of school for Evergreen Public Schools is Aug. 28.
The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Related Items:#magneticmedianews Recommended for you ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMIAMI, Fla., February 27, 2017 – Up-and-coming Caribbean footballers between the ages of 13 and 16 will not be able to contain their excitement, as news breaks that Flow and Manchester United will host The Ultimate Football Experience, a skills-based competition, supported by the Caribbean Football Union. The programme seeks to give youngsters, the chance-of-a-lifetime to participate in a talent development football camp; and even earn a trip to Old Trafford, Manchester to see Man Utd vs Crystal Palace on May 21st 2017.The good news gets even better as registration opens this week for the football competition which runs from March through to May 2017. Here’s how it works: skilled boys and girls can register online at https://discoverflow.co/flowmanutd. Registered participants will then be instructed to appear at designated football festivals across all Caribbean markets in which Flow operates. The participants will engage in a Manchester United Soccer School’s international programme, which has been specially devised for the campaign and will be delivered by CFU coaches. Throughout the competition Manchester United legends will also be making an appearance at the festivals to offer their tips and advice. This is a proven Manchester United Soccer School programme designed to build and test the skills of young footballers across the globe.As the competition evolves, two participants from each market, along with their respective coach, will advance to a two-day skills session in Trinidad and Tobago to experience one-on-one training with CFU and Manchester United Soccer School Coaches. There, they will participate in a series of drills designed by the coaches and compete for the chance for two finalists and their coach to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Old Trafford in Manchester, England.Considered to be the highlight of the development initiative the two winners along with their coaches will travel to the world-famous football stadium to witness first hand Manchester United’s final Premier League game of the season against Crystal Palace. This VIP experience will also include a visit to the Manchester United Museum and Tour, taking in the history of the club followed by a tour of the iconic stadium.Manchester United’s Group Managing Director, Richard Arnold said, “Youth development is at the heart of this Club’s traditions and success. The Manchester United Soccer Schools were developed to help spread this spirit to as many children as possible. In recent years our partners have been instrumental in helping the great work of our Soccer Schools coaches reach young people around the world. We’re proud to work with Flow on this project.”“Like Manchester United, Flow also has a deep sense of commitment to youth development as can be seen by our support of several programmes throughout the region that help to hone the skills of young footballers,” said Garfield Sinclair, Flow’s newly appointed President of the Caribbean. Sinclair also said, “We’re therefore proud to work in partnership with Manchester United to offer this once in a lifetime experience to our talented youngsters across the region.”The Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) President Gordon Derrick gave a ringing endorsement of The Ultimate Football Experience, as he added: “The CFU is proud to be a partner with Flow on this exhilarating and beneficial initiative. Hundreds of young footballers in 15 countries – half of the CFU’s membership – will have the opportunity to compete, hone their skills, and, for the finalists, live the dream. I am confident that this partnership will bode well for the future of football in the region.”The Ultimate Football Experience is one of several Manchester United and Flow partnership initiatives. In January, Flow hosted the FA Cup Caribbean Tour during which the Company gave football fans up-close and unprecedented access to football’s most coveted trophy. The final leg of the tour culminated in the Cayman Islands, where Manchester United ambassador Dwight Yorke made an appearance.Cable and Wireless is Manchester United’s telecommunications partner in the Caribbean. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp read more
A Clark County judge has ordered a new trial for former Beaverton, Ore., police Officer Christopher Warren, who was found guilty Oct. 31 of raping a 5-year-old girl with a pencil.Judge Barbara Johnson declared a mistrial in the case Dec. 23 following a revelation that a juror went against the judge’s instructions and read The Columbian’s coverage of Warren’s trial. The juror, Craig Bowen, came forward after the trial and admitted in an emotional testimony to the judge Nov. 6 that the content of the article he read influenced his decision to find Warren guilty. He also said he had misgivings about the verdict.Johnson ordered the new trial Wednesday and scheduled it for Feb. 9 in her courtroom.However, Warren’s attorney, Louis Byrd Jr., indicated that he may file a motion for a change of venue for the trial because of local publicity surrounding the case.“Mr. Warren has to worry about the prejudice associated with publicity,” Byrd said.“Exploration of a change of venue is realistic in this case,” he said later in a brief interview with The Columbian.Johnson on Wednesday set Warren’s new bail at $500,000, double the amount of his bail before his conviction.“The conduct of the jury was to enter a unanimous verdict of guilty, which does change the circumstances in terms of what the defendant may be contemplating in terms of jeopardy in the case, so I think there is a basis for increasing what was previously set,” Johnson said.Warren had been free on a $250,000 bond pending his first trial but was taken into custody Oct. 31 when the jury found him guilty. He has been in jail custody since then. read more
All eyes are on the nation’s July 4 birthday, but the date also marks the anniversary of an Alaska tradition. Seward’s Mt. Marathon race, which takes place July 4 turns 100 years old this year. The race is a one of a kind, grueling, uphill run, and now it is the subject of a documentary film aimed at putting a face on the men and women who take the challenge.Download Audio:A runner heads down the mountain in Max Romey’s film, “3022ft.”The story has it that a bar bet started the Mt. Marathon race. A wager that a man could run to the top of the slippery mountain and back inside of an hour. He almost made it. The first organized race was held in 1915. Max Romey, the University of Western Washington filmmaker, and track and field athlete, thinks that the race is the ultimate challenge.“In 2013 is kind of when this film started. I went down to Seward to check out this race called Mt. Marathon. So I get there the day before the race I head up the mountain, and it just blew my mind.”That’s Romey, who along with co-producer Natalie Fedock filmed last year’s race, focusing on nine of the runners to find out what drives them to attack the mountain. The documentary, 3022 ft., was released last month [June] in Anchorage.Holly Brooks is one of the race’s top competitors and a central character in the film.Romey, who’s lanky frame perfectly fits a runner’s profile, says the sport of running doesn’t have heroes, like basketball, football and even snowboarding do. He’s out to put his filmmaking skills on the line to show that runners are not as interested in celebrity as they are in pushing past their own boundaries.“Without the fame and glory, why do people do this. And that’s exactly what this film kind of hits on. It doesn’t hit on the individual people or how they trained or the history of the race, or Alaska. It just sort of hits on the spirit of what drives runners to do this race or do any race.”But Mt. Marathon is not just any race. It’s unique, even in Alaska. And Romey discovered during the process of filming, it attracts athletes who are racing, not so much to win, but really to conquer something inside themselves.“To win this race, you have to dedicate your life to it. Basically. You have to be everything you can be on that day. And if you cross that finish line first, there is about two thousand people who will know what you went through. total. They are doing it, not because of the fame, not because of the glory, there is no prize money, and they are literally just doing this because they care about what it means to them, which I think is so special and really admirable and something that we want to capture, which I think we did.”The runners in the film range from current men’s champ and record holder Eric Strabel, and women’s 2014 winner Holly Brooks to teenager Allie Ostrander, who is the first girl to win the junior co-ed Mt. Marathon contest.“Mt.Marathon is definitely like the idealistic. tough Alaskan race. It’s just all up, and there are no breaks.”Romey’s film “3022ft.” tells the story of one of Alaska’s toughest races.“What’s really cool is what people bring to the mountain. That’s where the character, that’s what flavors this whole story, is like what is actually brought to this race by the people. And that is year’s of training, they do bring kind of their hopes and dreams and everything, but I think, mostly, they just bring their best. When you have a thousand people throwing everything they’ve got at a single rock, like all the stories behind that just turn into something really exciting.”And it can be a heartbreaking contest. Last year, Olympic skier Brooks won by only two seconds, chased to the finish by mom of three Christy Marvin.Romey says the female athletes who compete deserve every bit of respect given to the male competitors.The race is just over three miles.. the first half straight up, but the descent is considered even more difficult.“I’ve heard it being compared to jumping out of a bus at forty miles an hour.”So, who would do that? Runners, who Romey says range on a scale from one to crazy. But on a more serious level, the race’s tough course is a measure of personal strength.“I kind of hope that, what this movie does, is that people don’t hold people in this movie above themselves. I hope that people see the stores in this movie and then internalize that. And are able to say, like, ‘yeah, she did it, and she did it because she believed in herself. And she did it, she had it really hard, but she kind of kept on pushing and she made it happen. And I’m kind of hoping that people see that, and are inspired by that. And that’s my real goal, not to make stars out of this, but to kind of take their strength and pass it on to other people.”That special strength, that drive to go further, is something that champ Holly Brooks recognizes in herself…“It isn’t always just about beating other people, but it’s about finding excellence in myself, and that’s kind of the challenge that Mt. Marathon puts in front of you, in the form of a 3, 000-foot bloody, dirty, gritty mountain. ”This year’s Mount Marathon race promises to be more exciting than ever, with two international running stars competing. Spain’s Kilian Jornet will be in the men’s race and his girlfriend Emelie Forsberg, from Sweden will line up with the women. read more
Indian stock markets plunged on Thursday witnessing a sell-off for the seventh consecutive session, taking the benchmark indices to their lowest levels in more than 10 weeks. The correction in the markets was largely led by foreign investors who sold blue chip stocks.The S&P BSE Sensex fell below the 28,000-mark, closing at 27457.58, down 654.25 points, or 2.33 per cent. The CNF Nifty dropped 188.65 points to end at 8342.15.Key Reasons for the Sell-offWeak global cues: Correction in global markets on the back of weak US economic data on Wednesday is one of main reasons behind the sharp fall in Indian stock markets. The orders for US durable goods fell in February, suggesting that the world’s largest economy probably slowed sharply in the first quarter.Following the data, key US stock indices declined sharply, with the Nasdaq Composite down 2.37 per cent.The Asian markets corrected lower, taking a cue from the sell-off on Wall Street, with Japan’s Nikkei 225 dropping 1.38 percent.Geo-political tensions: Saudi Arabia announced on Wednesday that it had launched airstrikes in Yemen against Houthi rebels. As a result, crude oil prices climbed over 4 percent, a negative development for the Indian economy. Analysts expect crude oil prices to go up to $60 per barrel if tensions escalate in the Middle East.Low rollovers in F&O segment: Low rollover of the derivative contracts from March series in Futures & Options (F&O) segment, as traders liquidate their positions ahead of fiscal year ending.”Fresh and aggressive call writing is seen at 8550 and 8600 strike which indicates immediate hurdle near to 8575 and a very rare chance of moving towards 8600 zones,” Chandan Taparia, derivatives analyst, Anand Rathi told The Economic Times.Poor corporate earnings forecast: Many analysts expect fourth quarter earnings of Indian companies to be disappointing. read more
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Go back to the enewsletterThis August, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is launching the first ‘Wolgan Warrior Adventure Challenge’, an exclusive 21-kilometre trail run. Available to only 10 guests every month, the course was mapped out by an expert team of Field Guides who scoured the reserve to design an experience where guests can experience Wolgan Valley like never before. Trail runners can explore the wild, inspiring and rarely accessed parts of the resort’s extraordinary wilderness setting, and at the same time, build fitness and endurance.The course has been developed with a profound respect for the environment and desire to protect the surrounding World Heritage-listed national parks, hence each monthly challenge is available exclusively to only 10 participants. Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has been granted trail running Ecopass permissions by National Parks & Wildlife Services.Officially launching on 26 August 2019, the guided Wolgan Warrior course will link three of the valley’s iconic peaks for off-track hiking and trail running: Razorback Ridge (277m elevation from the valley floor), Mount Wolgan (294m elevation from the valley floor), and Donkey Mountain (365m elevation from the valley floor). Wolgan Warriors will navigate sheer sandstone escarpments, soaring mountain peaks, pristine creeks, dense bushland and sweeping plains, led by a dedicated Field Guide who is steeped in knowledge of the local terrain.Wolgan Warrior weekends will be tailored to include special menus, stretching sessions and therapeutic massages to round out the unparalleled adventure experience.The Wolgan Warrior Adventure Challenge will kick off at 9am on Saturday morning, allowing five hours for participants to tackle the 21-kilometre track. In the afternoon, guests will have the option to enjoy therapeutic spa treatments, take advantage of the plunge pool, sauna and steam facilities, followed by a campfire at 1832 Heritage Homestead to celebrate their achievements with drinks, canapés and an awards ceremony. On Sunday morning, guests cap off their eco-weekend with a conservation tree planting within the Wolgan Warrior Zone to commemorate the run.The Wolgan Warrior Adventure Challenge has been developed in direct response to feedback from guests eager to test their endurance, stamina and navigation skills in the surrounding wilderness without having to sacrifice a sense of pleasure and indulgence.Entry into the Wolgan Warrior Adventure Challenge is AUD $295 per participant and is open only to guests staying at the resort. This includes participation in all Wolgan Warrior Adventure Challenge activities; Sundowners Tour, Adventure Challenge and Campfire, a 45-minute Warrior Wind Down Massage and a selection of exclusive Wolgan Warrior merchandise (Aussie Grit running top, Camelbak water bottle, and a tote bag).Two-night accommodation packages for two adults at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley start at $2,090 per evening in a Heritage Villa with private pool, including gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, local wines and beers with meals, non-alcoholic beverages with meals and two nature-based activities.More details here.Go back to the enewsletter read more
WASHINGTON — Former President Barack Obama surprised patients as he delivered gifts at a children’s hospital in Washington.The former president, wearing a Santa cap and carrying a sack of presents, greeted patients and their parents at Children’s National on Wednesday with a “ho, ho, ho!” He told them his reindeer were “stuck in some snow,” but he wanted to make sure he visited.Obama chatted with patients in their rooms and stopped by several playrooms. He also recorded a video message for those he couldn’t visit.The hospital tweeted that Obama “warmed our hallways and put smiles on everyone’s faces!”Obama tweeted a message of thanks to the hospital.The former president last visited the hospital in 2014.The Associated Press Barack Obama delivers gifts to kids at children’s hospital AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Dec 20, 2018 7:17 am PDT read more
Turkey’s EU Minister, Omer Celik said on Thursday that the Cyprus settlement talks were “not suspended, nor frozen”, but “over”.In his statements following his meeting with UK’s Minister of State for Europe, Sir Alan Duncan in Turkey, Celik, according to Anadolu news agency, said that the talks were over.He added that despite the Turkish side’s positive approach, at the Conference on Cyprus that ended inconclusively last month in Switzerland, a solution was not achieved.In his turn, Duncan, who had attended the talks in Crans-Montana, which reached deadlock on July 6, said he was saddened that the Conference on Cyprus ended in failure, and that the UK is aware “of the constructive and positive approach” of Cavusoglu.Duncan is in Turkey on an official visit where he discussed with Celik bilateral relations, EU, Brexit, Cyprus and extremism.Also on Thursday Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Greek Cypriot positions on security and guarantees post Crans-Montana were an excuse, and that they did not really want a solution within the UN parameters.According to Bayrak TV station in the north, Cavusoglu said that the Greek Cypriots did not want to share governance and power and that the issue of security and guarantees was just an excuse.In an assessment of the Cyprus issue he made on Turkish state broadcaster TRT, Cavusoglu said that Turkey and the regime in the north had done their part and that they presented concrete proposals and everyone had seen that they were highly logical and constructive.Turkey, he said, backed the north at the negotiations process. Negotiations, he said, were held on the island within the UN framework. Of the six chapters, convergences were achieved on four of them, but that outstanding issues remained. “We wanted to discuss and conclude the last two chapters, especially territory and also security and guarantees together,” Cavusoglu said.He added that Greek Cypriots and Greece however, could not come closer to a solution with the current parameters, “because they (Greek Cypriots) think that they have an EU member state. Therefore, they do not want to share governance and power. Security and guarantees is just an excuse.”Cavusoglu also said that the Republic’s “unilateral drilling activities in Cyprus” were wrong. “Turkish Cypriot people also have rights there.”He also reiterated Turkey’s desire for reaching a settlement in Cyprus.A UN spokesman said on Wednesday that following the collapse of the latest round of reunification talks, the parties in Cyprus are in a period of reflection, while the UN Secretary-General would make a decision on the way forward in due course.President Nicos Anastasiades said earlier in the week that he will probe the possibility over a new initiative for a Cyprus settlement during the UN General Assembly, next month in New York. In a recent interview Anastasiades said the two sides were close to reaching a settlement deal in Switzerland but this was prevented by Turkey’s insistence on the permanent presence of 1,800 Turkish soldiers on the island.After the departure of former UN Special adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide, who officially requested to be released from his responsibilities in order to run in the upcoming legislative elections in his country, Norway, the UN said, the office of the special adviser will be headed by the deputy special adviser, Elizabeth Spehar, who also serves as the head of Unficyp. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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