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By Tony SteelePEORIA, Ariz. (March 11) – Repeat winners were the story Saturday at Canyon Speedway Park.Chaz Baca Jr. took home the Speedway Motors Weekly Racing opener for the IMCA Modifieds, coming off a $3,000 payday at the Desert Classic. George Fronsman took home his fourth win in a row in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars while Joe Vlasity battled to become the first repeat winner in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.Baca took the lead near the halfway point of the 25-lap Modified feature and held off Bryson Curry. Curry was fast all throughout the night as he came from the back of his heat race twice to finish third. Starting from the pole, Curry led the way through the first half of the race with Baca on his heels.Around midway, Baca worked his way around Curry and never looked back, showing the strength of his Mark Stewart-owned machine. Mike Strobl worked his way toward the front to finish third.Fronsman continued his winning ways as he bested 2016 Stock Car Shootout winner Aaron Spangler. Cody Center held the lead through the first half of the race, fending off an earlier slide job by Fronsman with a crossover move in turn four. A few laps later, Fronsman was able to finish the job as the crossover was unsuccessful from Center.Spangler worked his way through traffic to get past Center in the later parts of the event. Fronsman drove to his fourth win in a row, but competition has been close with Center and now Spangler, who will be back for next weekend’s Shamrock Showcase.Vlasity became the first repeat Hobby Stock winner of the year, denying Merle Zachrison his first win of the season. Zachrison led quite a bit of the race, ahead of a hard-fought battle between the rest of the top five runners.Vlasity cleared the group and set his sights on Zachrison, who tried to hold on for the win but had to settle for second. The Hobby Stock division is on a roll, with roughly four cautions in their past four events, and is consistently putting on one of the best shows of the night.
Baumann reached the semifinals in the ITA All-American Championship.[/media-credit]Although neither is American-born, success isn’t foreign to Moritz Baumann and Marek Michalicka. Baumann, who was born in Germany, and Michalicka, who calls the Czech Republic home, are coming off an impressive showing in the doubles draw of last week’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American Championship, where they reached the semifinals.They are hoping to carry their momentum into this week’s ITA Regional Championships. Both players had success in the 2008 Regional Championships — Baumann reached the quarterfinals and Michalicka reached the semifinals in the singles draw.“We’re coming off a great result last week in the All-American Championships; we were the first team in Wisconsin history to make the semifinals in that tournament,” Michalicka said. “I hope we carry our success into this week’s tournament in both singles and doubles.”In the All-American Championship, Baumann and Michalicka performed well before facing the Tennessee Volunteers squad that eventually won the tournament. Despite their inability to return home with a tournament victory, Van Emburgh was still pleased with his team’s showing.“It shows their potential and the high level that they can play at,” Van Emburgh said. “They played solid tennis this weekend, but they ran into a talented, confident Tennessee Volunteer team who ended up taking both the singles and doubles titles.”“Although they could have won the match, we’re happy about making some strides,” he continued. “They both made the second round of the singles draw, and Marek was even up a set and a break on a player who is ranked top five in the nation.”Tournament seedings haven’t been released, but Baumann and Michalicka are both poised to be highly ranked. At the All-American Championships, Baumann and Michalicka were seeded No. 3 in a very competitive field. Even with their strong result last week, neither player is resting on their laurels when it comes to the upcoming tournament.“We’re going into the tournament to win it,” Baumann said. “This is always our goal in both singles and doubles. We’ll see what happens — there will be a lot of good players there.”The University of Michigan is hosting the Midwest Regional, and it is the first year in which the ITA’s new realignment plan will be implemented. In previous years, there were eight separate regions, but this year the number is increasing to 12. The ITA Committee decided to make this choice in response to the economic downturn, as this will allow teams to not travel as far and supplement the participation of more student-athletes. Wisconsin’s region is stacked with tennis powerhouses, such as Ohio State, Michigan, Illinois and Notre Dame.“It seems most of the teams in our region are competitive, and I think we’ve got one of the tougher matchups in the nation,” Van Emburgh said. “There are top players and that’s what we want, our players to go up against the best competition.”The Badgers qualified seven out of eight players into the main draw of the tournament, proving teams shouldn’t be fearing only the top of their lineup. Varun Chari is on the list of alternates and has the possibility to qualify for the tournament in the preliminary rounds. Freshman Chris Freeman is also hoping to continue his hot streak as he finished second in the Wildcat Invite two weeks ago at Northwestern.“We’ve put a lot of work in the fall, whether it’s on the court or off the court. I think the guy’s are excited to get there, play some good tennis and hopefully get some wins,” Van Emburgh said. “If you look at the guys that are going, they all have something to prove, and that’s the attitude we’re looking for.”“We’re having a great fall,” he continued. “We’re really excited going into the Regionals.”
Benjamin Stambouli 1 Swansea have made a second offer for Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli, according to reports in France.The Swans had a £2.5m bid rejected earlier this week but have now returned with an improved offer.And now it has been reported the Premier League side are willing to double their initial offer to around £5m.That is said to be closer to Montpellier’s asking price, although there is still no guarantee the Ligue 1 team will part with the 23-year-old.In fact, the team’s coach, Rolland Courbis, believes Stambouli is worth more than £10m.“I see Stambouli (as a €15m player). This is not the condition, it is the act of watching what he does,” said Courbis.
Two-way traffic will be reinstated on the Pearse Road this weekend to allow for the busy Northern Bank Holiday period.The sewer upgrade works will be completely removed from Thursday, July 11th to Monday the 15th July to facilitate traffic during this typically busy weekend.Irish Water has said that two-way traffic will be permanently reinstated on Pearse Road on the week following the Northern Ireland bank holiday. A specific date has not been confirmed at this stage. In a statement, Irish Water said it was “mindful of the disruption that these necessary works are causing for businesses and residents”. They have thanked the public for their ongoing cooperation.Explaining the necessity of the sewer upgrade works Colm Claffey, Irish Water said: “Irish Water is currently undertaking works on the Pearse Road, Letterkenny which will stop sewer overflows from polluting the Swilly. These essential works are required under licence in order to bring the sewer network into compliance with the current EPA license and will protect the water quality in the river.” Roadworks to be completely removed from Pearse Road this weekend was last modified: July 5th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)
Astronomers looking at WMAP data (03/20/2006, 05/02/2003) of the cosmic background radiation failed to find shadows predicted by the big bang, reported Science Daily. So what? Here’s what Dr. Richard Lieu (U of Alabama) said this means: “Either it (the microwave background) isn’t coming from behind the clusters, which means the Big Bang is blown away, or … there is something else going on.” The Science Daily report began, “The apparent absence of shadows where shadows were expected to be is raising new questions about the faint glow of microwave radiation once hailed as proof that the universe was created by a “Big Bang.’” The background radiation should be behind galaxy clusters and should cast shadows, but only one-fourth as much shadowing was detected, and that could be indistinguishable from natural variation in the already-faint signal. Though astronomers are seeking an explanation, none is claiming that the research team didn’t do their homework. Their results, which they offer as open to scrutiny, is published in the Sept. 1 Astrophysical Journal.11Lieu, Mittaz and Zhang, “The Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect in a Sample of 31 Clusters: A Comparison between the X-Ray Predicted and WMAP Observed Cosmic Microwave Background Temperature Decrement,” The Astrophysical Journal, 648:176-199, 2006 September 1.Theories that are widely accepted are rarely overthrown by one measurement. Even the great Laplace did not abandon caloric theory after Count Rumford demonstrated by cannon-boring experiments that it was absurd to think a finite piece of metal could store an infinite amount of the imponderable substance (see UCI lecture notes and Wikipedia). Most cosmologists will undoubtedly feel this paper is “interesting” rather than threatening. They will respond that the big bang theory has so much going for it, one anomaly will not demand an overhaul. Some will seek alternative explanations for the Lieu et al data. What shouldn’t be allowed is for the cosmological community to ignore this paper. Science does not advance by ignor-ance.(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
A locally created chemistry experiment kit was created to ignite a love of science in learners. Developed by social entrepreneur Bathabile Mpofu, ChemStart is a fun and practical learning aid for high school science.Launched in 2016, the ChemStart chemistry kit offers high school learners the chance to gain much-needed hands-on experience with practical science experiments and enhance their STEM education. (Image: Nkazimulo Applied Sciences)CD AndersonInspired by her own experiences of struggling with science and chemistry at high school and university, Bathabile Mpofu set about developing a locally manufactured chemistry kit, ChemStart.ChemStart is a product of Nkazimulo Applied Sciences, a company founded by creator Mpofu. It is packed with hands-on chemistry and applied science experiments that learners can use to enhance their understanding of the high school science syllabus.Consisting of 52 individual exercises, ChemStart is aimed at helping learners grasp various scientific concepts through self-motivation rather than traditional instruction alone.(Image: Nkazimulo Applied Sciences)(Image: Nkazimulo Applied Sciences)The idea is doing its part to develop much-needed skillsets for economic growth in South Africa and the rest of the continent.According to research by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the demand for specialised skills in fields such as mining, engineering and agriculture is increasing. The building blocks for success begin with a dynamic and modern approach to developing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education at high school level.Mpofu says South Africa needs to boost STEM education to empower future generations, adding that while “the curriculum is fantastic… its implementation is facing challenges because most schools do not have adequate infrastructure in place. Learners watch their teachers demonstrate, but they usually don’t have an opportunity to be hands on.”In making chemistry and science fun and interesting rather than dull and intimidating, Mpofu says “science concepts [can] be linked to student’s daily lives to make it [more] relatable… everyone can be a scientist; it doesn’t matter what your economic background is.”Since launching in June 2016, more than 2,000 learners have been using the ChemStart kit in their science studies. The product is also sold commercially, with proceeds from sales used to subsidise learners in disadvantaged communities.The concept won Nkazimulo Applied Sciences a 2016 Total Startupper of the Year award sponsored by LifeCo Unlimited.Mpofu, however, has bigger plans to take the ChemStart idea nationwide, working closely with the Department of Basic Education, private science- and technology-related companies and communities to invest in making the concept a success. She says, though, that communicating the benefits of the idea remains a challenge.“Since we work with schools, it requires meticulous co-ordination because there are several stakeholders involved. Understanding the culture of the school you are dealing with is important. Sometimes when people are faced with a challenge, they are unwilling to see the value in the solution you are offering, so we have to go the extra mile,” says Mpofu.Ideas such as ChemStart are gradually beginning to inspire a new energy in science learning, making it fun, practical and a worthy investment in the future of the country.For more information on ChemStart and Bathabile Mpofu’s continued efforts to develop science education in South Africa, visit the Nkazimulo Applied Sciences website.Source: News24, Destiny MagazineWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Always a highly anticipated Ohio State Fair favorite, the annual butter sculpture display was unveiled today by the American Dairy Association Mideast and is sure to spread Buckeye spirit. This year, the butter display commemorates the Ohio State Buckeye’s national championship victory in the first-ever College Football Playoff.The 2015 display features the butter cow and calf standing next to life-size sculptures of Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer and mascot Brutus Buckeye, along with larger-than-life carvings of the coveted national championship trophy and two Ohio State football helmets. The buttery Buckeye display gives fairgoers a chance to once again celebrate Ohio State’s historic win, when the team defeated the Oregon Ducks, 42-20, on Jan. 12, 2015.Fairgoers will also have the opportunity to name this year’s butter cow and calf via Twitter by following @OHDairyFarmers and using the hashtag #ButterCowNameGame. The person who submits the most inventive name will be awarded a Go Pro HERO LCD camera at the conclusion of the fair.Made from 2,000 pounds of butter, donated in part by Dairy Farmers of America, the display was completed in 500 hours, which includes approximately 400 hours of sculpting inside a 46-degree cooler.The sculptors begin by building wooden and steel frames to support the weight of the butter. From 55-pound blocks, the butter is sliced into manageable loaves and layered on the frames. After many hours of molding and smoothing the butter, each sculpture begins to take shape. Fine details are added last.The 2015 display was crafted by a group of four Ohio-based technical sculptors including lead sculptors Paul Brooke and Alex Balz of Cincinnati, Tammy Buerk of West Chester and Erin Swearingen of Columbus. Matt Davidson, a dairy farmer from Sidney who has a degree in fine arts, assisted the team. The mural in the display features the Ohio State athletic logo with the iconic Block O and was painted by Ted Hendricks of Cincinnati.The butter display is a long-standing tradition of Ohio’s more than 2,700 dairy farmers. Each year, the theme of the butter display is always the best kept secret leading up to the fair.The American Dairy Association Mideast selects an icon or theme to feature in butter that is non-political, non-controversial and reflects optimism and broad audience-appeal. The butter display annually attracts more than 500,000 visitors at the Ohio State Fair and often gains media attention nationwide.The butter display is in the Dairy Products Building at the Ohio Expo Center, home of the Ohio State Fair. While there, fair visitors can also learn about how Ohio’s dairy farmers care for their cows, their land and their communities. The Dairy Products Building is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and offers a variety of Ohio-produced dairy foods including ice cream, milkshakes, cheese sandwiches and milk. The fair will run from Wednesday, July 29 through Sunday, Aug. 9.
Chicago Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber reacts after Game 5 of baseball’s National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in Chicago. The Dodgers won 11-1 to win the series and advance to the World Series. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs’ season had just ended when Anthony Rizzo made a bold prediction.No, he didn’t promise another championship.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP Trump attends World Series baseball game in Washington DC PLAY LIST 01:04Trump attends World Series baseball game in Washington DC00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nets’ national anthem singer kneels to finish performance Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Addison Russell, Willson Contreras, Kyle Schwarber and rookie Ian Happ are all 25 or younger. Rizzo is hardly an old man at 28. The same goes for 27-year-old Kyle Hendricks.Even so, some big questions loom for a team with three straight trips to the NLCS.Topping the list is Jake Arrieta’s future since he has an expiring contract. John Lackey is likely on his way out. Closer Wade Davis has an expiring contract, and the bullpen struggled in the playoffs after a strong regular season.Here are some things to know heading into the offseason:ARRIETA OUT?: Arrieta got quite a send-off in Game 4 of the NLCS, if indeed that was his final start as a Cub.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA He pitched three-hit ball into the seventh to help Chicago avoid a sweep and got a standing ovation as he walked off the mound.“He’s so steady,” manager Joe Maddon said. “He’s kind of like that stoic figure that you’d like to have, kind of unflappable in most situations. So every team wants guys like that.”The trade that brought Arrieta from Baltimore in July 2013 helped fuel the Cubs’ rise. He is 54-24 over the past three seasons with a 2.71 ERA, two no-hitters and a Cy Young Award in 2015. But he turns 32 in March and figures to land a huge deal in free agency.ROTATION MATTERS: The Cubs could have two rotation spots to fill with Arrieta and Lackey possibly gone.One of them could go to Mike Montgomery. He made 14 starts and 44 appearances, finishing with a 7-8 record and 3.38 ERA.The 38-year-old Lackey has an expiring contract and might retire.DAILY DOSE: With his booming bat and limited skills in the field, Schwarber’s game appears made for the American League.Maddon, however, insisted he can be an everyday player in the NL. He said Schwarber has improved his footwork on throws from left field but needs to take better routes on fly balls.“So the stuff you see to this point that you don’t like maybe is very correctable,” Maddon said. “And when you have a guy that works like he does, you have to believe it’s going to happen.”Though he hit just .211, Schwarber came on strong near the end of the season to finish with 30 home runs. MOST READ CLOSING TIME: The Cubs could be in the market for a closer for the second year in a row.Aroldis Chapman signed with the Yankees last winter after a midseason trade brought him to Chicago from New York. Davis now has an expiring contract.Acquired from Kansas City last winter, he converted 32 of 33 saves. But the three-time All-Star was shaky in the postseason with a 4.26 ERA.NO RELIEF: President of baseball operations Theo Epstein insisted he has not lost faith in Carl Edwards Jr. and Montgomery despite their playoff struggles out of the bullpen. Edwards — like Montgomery — pitched well during the regular season.“Those two guys who have been the ones struggling this postseason, they got the three biggest outs in Cubs history last year,” Epstein said, referring to the 10th inning of Game 7 at Cleveland. “They both had really good years, and they both finished strong.” Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort View comments “We’re gonna consistently compete here for years to come,” Rizzo said. “That’s what this organization has been built on. We want to compete for a five- or six-year period, every single year. We’re in position to do that. We’re gonna be in a position next year to make a postseason run, but it’s not gonna come easy and it’s something we can’t take for granted.”The Cubs started slow this season after beating Cleveland last year to win the World Series for the first time since 1908.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut they looked more like themselves in the second half, posting the best record in the National League after the All-Star break. Chicago finished with 92 wins to capture its second straight NL Central championship and beat Washington in a grueling Division Series.The Cubs just couldn’t hang with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS and got knocked out in five games. Even so, this team was built to last and doesn’t appear to be fading anytime soon. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC
AC Milan striker Cutrone: Higuain great influence for meby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan striker Patrick Cutrone says working with Gonzalo Higuain is crucial for his development.Higuain is on-loan at Milan from Juventus this season.“Definitely having, for example, Higuain with you helps a lot,” Cutrone told Tuttomercatoweb.“I always watch him in training, I try to learn some things and improve every day.“I thank [Gennaro] Gattuso and his staff, I’ll try to improve even more.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say