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Ajinkya Rahane will lead Rising Pune Supergiant against Delhi Daredevils in their IPL clash in Pune on Tuesday as Steve Smith was ruled out with an upset stomach. (Follow Live Updates Here)Smith was named captain in place of MS Dhoni for the 10th season and led in the first two matches. The Australian star, who was in stunning form against India in the Test series, started off the IPL with a bang, smashing an unbeaten 84 against Mumbai Indians. However, he oversaw a defeat against Kings XI Punjab and scored 26.Rahane, who had stood in for the injured Virat Kohli for the Dharamsala Test, was once again handed the rein in the IPL.The Indian vice-captain had an average series against Australia but discovered form once again with a scintillating half-century against the Mumbai Indians. It remains to be seen where Rahane gets Dhoni to bat in the RPS line-up.Kohli has openly expressed his desire to see Dhoni bat higher up the order for India and the Jharkhand wicketkeeper batsman delivered with his first ODI hundred since 2013 and a maiden T20 International fifty. RPS made three changes with Faf du Plessis replacing Smith, Adam Zampa coming in place of Dan Christian while Rahul Tripathi replaced Manoj Tiwary.Manoj had to return home after his father passed away.
Robbie McCormack played Rugby League for the Newcastle Knights between 1988 and 1996. He played 154 games for the Knights, primarily at hooker, played for NSW Country in 1993 and 1994, played State of Origin in 1993 and is playing at his first National Touch League (NTL) tournament this year. After playing touch as a child Robbie had to give it up, as his potential in rugby league began to be fulfilled. During his time at the Knights, he was unable to stay involved with touch footy because coaching staff believed playing an alternative form of football would teach the players bad habits and impact upon their league skills and results. But now his rugby league days are finished and he’s suited up for the Hunter-Western Hornets Mens 35 years team at this year’s senior NTL’s. “I basically got asked by a mate to play for Newcastle in their Mens 35’s and then ended up here. It’s all another step up, the Country Cup was big, then I was blown away by the State Cup, which was even bigger and now the NTL’s”, he says. “The organisation and professionalism is fantastic, but mostly I’m having a lot of fun and just really enjoying playing, it’s great to see the occasional league mate out here as well.” Cliff Lyons is one of those mates who is also here at the NTL, playing Mens 40 years for the Sydney Scorpions. After a league career spanning 1986-1999, Lyons came away with over 330 games for the Manly Sea Eagles, two premierships, two World Sevens titles, six tests for Australia, six State of Origins and the list goes on. It’s his third NTL and his team started the tournament well with an 8-2 win over Tropical Queensland Cyclones. For players like Robbie and Cliff, the chance to compete in a National Tournament in the Senior divisions, is something incredibly worthwhile. “It’s so good to be back competing and playing for fun but also to win”, says Robbie. “After having a few years off from this sort of competition, it really brings it back to you and it’s great!” “Touch football goes up and back so quickly, but thankfully a lot of the rugby league skills and training programs we’ve done, combined with the touch football work, give us more options during games”, he says. Cliff played touch all through his NRL career and also believes that the game of touch improved his speed and fitness, especially being six players a side, and would do the same for others. For many young touch footballers, the attraction of playing rugby league can draw them away from the lower-profile sport of touch football. Benji Marshall is starring for Wests Tigers in the NRL and looks like he will have a successful career. What many sports trivia buffs may not realise is that Benji was a part of Australia’s winning Mixed Open team that won last year’s World Cup in Japan and he took home the International award for Player of the Series. Enjoy your career, but don’t forget touch football. That’s the message from players like Cliff and Robbie. “Go for the career and money in league, if that’s what you need”, says Cliff. “But don’t forget to come back to touch when you’ve finished, it’s always here and it’s a great sport”, he says. “Events like the NTL’s are great, I just keep enjoying myself and coming back each year.” Media contact: Rachel Moyle, 0422233165
In Sydney, Macquarie University hosted the East Coast Challenge where Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed divisions were contested. University of Sydney, Cumberland claimed both Men’s and Women’s titles with the Australian College of Physical Education winning the Mixed.At the South Challenge in Melbourne, the University of Canberra claiming both gold and silver in the Mixed division. Beach Touch was the name of the game for the Gold Coast Challenge with Queensland University of Technology (Men’s) and Griffith University, Gold Coast (Mixed) having comprehensive victories in their respective divisions. East Coast Challenge at Meadowbank ParkWomen’sGold Medal Game: University of Sydney, Cumberland (8) defeated Australian National University (1)MixedGold Medal Game: Australian College of Physical Education (5) defeated University of Wollongong (2)Bronze Medal Game: University of Technology, Sydney (7) defeated University of Sydney (5)Men’sGold Medal Game: University of Sydney, Cumberland (4) defeated Newcastle University (3)Bronze Medal Game: Australian National University (10) defeated Macquarie University (2)Gold Coast Challenge at Surfers BeachfrontMixedGold Medal Game: Queensland University of Technology (14) defeated University of Sunshine Coast (1)Bronze Medal Game: Griffith University, Gold Coast (3) defeated University of Southern Queensland (2)Men’sGold Medal Game: Griffith University, Gold Coast (8) defeated Queensland University of Technology (0)Bronze Medal Game: University of Canberra 2 (4) defeated Southern Cross University (3) South Challenge at Princes ParkMixedGold Medal Game: University of Canberra (6) defeated University of Canberra 2 (3)Bronze Medal Game: Deakin University (6) defeated Victoria University (5)
Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari has been urged to keep faith with Vinicius Junior amid the teenager’s growing presence with Los Blancos.The 18-year-old has started the last two La Liga games and begun as a central striker alongside Karim Benzema – who suffered a fractured finger during the game – in the 2-1 win over Real Betis.Vinicius is likely to lead the attack for the Copa del Rey round-of-16 second leg against Leganes on Wednesday – though Solari has gone on record saying Benzema is the club’s only recognised No.9. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? The Frenchman has undergone surgery but will play through the pain barrier as Real look to reassert themselves in pursuit of a Champions League place.Former Spain international and Valencia midfielder Gaizka Mendieta wants to see Vinicius given a more prominent role in the Real first team, even if it comes in a wide role.”He definitely brings something different to this Real Madrid team, they are playing with a player that is different,” the 44-year-old told Eleven Sports.| Vazquez, Isco, Bale or Vinicius? | @GaizkaMendieta6: “The way Vinicius is playing for Real Madrid he has to be in the team before anyone.”Watch #VivaLaLiga || https://t.co/523PpQZlPx pic.twitter.com/fyKaY9Egr0— Eleven Sports (@ElevenSports_UK) January 16, 2019″No-one does those runs, passes and moves, takes on defenders or opponents like he does or the way he does at the moment.”That is why he has to play every game at the moment for Real Madrid. He is a key player.”Lucas Vasquez is totally fit and Bale is totally fit. It is the decision for to the manger Solari who he thinks is the best player for each match.”If they’re all fit I think [Gareth] Bale would be first choice but the way Vinicius is playing for Real Madrid he has to be in the team before anyone.”People mention Isco all the time, but if you’ve got this guy why play with Isco?”Welshman Bale has only featured once this year due to a calf problem which Solari insists is not serious, but will keep him out against Leganes.Vazquez and Isco are expected to start in the wide positions, with Vinicius playing through the middle as Real bid to protect their 3-0 win from the first leg at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 24: Clouds over the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum turn pink in color as the sun sets during the Oregon State Beavers and USC Trojans college football game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 24, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)USC head coach Clay Helton hasn’t been fired by the Trojans – yet, anyway. We’re officially on Clay Helton Watch today.The Trojans lost to Notre Dame on Saturday night, dropping to 5-7 on the season.USC’s athletic director, Lynn Swann, said after the game that an announcement on Helton would be coming soon. Helton told reporters after the game that Swann had told him better days were coming.ABC’s Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit were saying during the game that you shouldn’t be surprised if Helton returns in 2019.Will that actually be the case?Colin Cowherd, who’s close to the USC program, says that the major boosters are calling for Helton to be fired.“According to ABC announcers, Clay Helton is safe. If safe now means top USC boosters have told Lynn Swann to fire him, then yes, he is safe,” he tweets.According to ABC announcers, Clay Helton is safe. If safe now means top USC boosters have told Lynn Swann to fire him, then yes, he is safe.— Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd) November 25, 2018An official announcement on Helton’s future could be coming today.Stay tuned.
OTTAWA — Canada’s privacy watchdog is warning marijuana users who are worried about their personal information being collected to pay with cash rather than plastic.Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien gives the advice in a statement on his website trying to help pot sellers and buyers understand their privacy rights.The statement says marijuana remains illegal in most countries making the personal information of Canadian marijuana users even more sensitive.Some countries could bar entry to individuals if they know they have purchased cannabis, even lawfully.Therrien suggests you can avoid the collection of your personal information by using cash instead of credit cards when buying pot from legal retail outlets.However this option is not available to many Canadians, as some provinces have only a limited number of retail stores and in Ontario, legal cannabis is only available for purchase online for several more months.The Canadian Press
Amsterdam – Morocco topped the favorite travel destinations for Dutch tourists, according to a survey conducted by Dutch leading travel website, Riksja Travel.Morocco came ahead of Ecuador and Thailand in the survey that included around 14,000 participants.The twelve-question survey aimed at unveiling the choices and expectations of Dutch travelers. The website noted that Morocco stands as an attractive travel destination with its rich and diversified offer and its proximity to Europe.According to figures released by the Moroccan tourism office (ONMT), around 560,000 Dutch tourists visited Morocco in 2013, that is a 3.7% rise compared to 2012. A rate of 41% of Dutch tourists visited Marrakech, followed by Agadir with 31% and Essaouira 23%.
United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) Parliamentarian Priyankara Jayarathne was sworn in today as the State Minister of Local Government and Provincial Councils, before President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat.Meanwhile Dushmantha Mithrapala was sworn in as the Deputy Minister of Buddha Shasana before the president. Mithrapala is also the current Deputy Minister of Justice.
In his message marking the Day, Secretary-General Kofi Annan drew attention to the ongoing preparations at UN Headquarters on the recently established Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, which he called “a pioneering initiative that aims at giving indigenous peoples the chance to bring their concerns to the attention of the international community.” The Forum, which will meet for the first time in May 2002, will include 16 independent experts – half of them nominated by indigenous peoples.During a press conference today in New York, the Secretary of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Julian Burger, said the Forum would be reporting at a high level, directly to the Economic and Social Council. “From our point of view, that’s a very interesting development: that indigenous people will be high up in the hierarchy in our system in the UN,” he said, adding that another unique feature is that the Forum has a very broad mandate beyond human rights issues – covering such areas as development, health, education and culture. At the same press conference, Marciel Arias, a Kuna Indian from Panama, said it had been difficult in the past for indigenous people to participate in UN meetings. “Indigenous associations would like to go even further, but we understand that this [Forum] constitutes the first step as we move to a higher level within the UN,” he said. “We hope that this Forum will play a role – an important one – to make governments more aware, and indigenous organizations more aware as well, so that they will be more interested in participating.” In his message commemorating the Day, the President of the UN General Assembly, Harri Holkeri of Finland, said an important goal of the International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People (1995-2004) was to strengthen global cooperation on the challenges facing indigenous societies. Making consultation an integral part of the planning and implementation of programmes would enhance the outcome of such endeavours and encourage concerned groups to become involved, he said. To mark the Day, special activities are scheduled in New York, with performances by the Mohawk Singers and Dancers and a traditional Sacred Pipe Ceremony carried out by Dr. Arvol Looking Horse – the 19th generation keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe.
In a process supervised by Afghan elders, the weapons are being delivered to collection points in Sholgareh district – the scene of four separate conflicts over the past six months – by members of the Jamiat, Jumbesh and Hizb-e-Wahdat factions.They are then transported to military depots outside Mazar-i-Sharif, to be registered and kept under guard by Jamiat and Jumbesh forces – with the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) empowered to monitor their safekeeping.The process is taking place under the auspices of the multi-party Security Commission in Mazar-i-Sharif, observed and facilitated by UNAMA. The UN Mission reports unanimous support for the exercise by the people of Sholgareh district, as well as widespread agreement on expanding disarmament in the region.
According to a news release issued by the ICC, the Appeals Chamber found, by majority, that the Court’s Trial Chamber III – which delivered the original sentence – had “erred on two important issues”, including the wrongful conviction of Mr. Bemba “for specific criminal acts that were outside the scope of the charges as confirmed.”It added that the Trial Chamber made serious errors in its assessment of whether Mr. Bemba took all necessary and reasonable measures to prevent, repress or punish the commission by his subordinates of the other crimes within the scope of the case.“More specifically, the Trial Chamber erred in its evaluation of Mr. Bemba’s motivation and the measures that he could have taken in light of the limitations he faced in investigating and prosecuting crimes as a remote commander sending troops to a foreign country; in whether he made efforts to refer the allegations of crimes to the Central African Republic (CAR) authorities; and in whether he intentionally limited the mandate of commissions and inquiries that he established,” added the news release.Furthermore, in the view of the Appeals Chamber majority, there was an apparent discrepancy between the limited number of crimes within the case’s scope for which Mr. Bemba was held responsible and the Trial Chamber’s assessment of which measures he should have taken.Mr. Bemba will, however, remain in detention on account of a different case in which he has been convicted of offences against the administration of justice, pending a decision of Trial Chamber VII, within the ICC.In 2016, Mr. Bemba was originally sentenced to 18 years in prison, after the Chamber found him “guilty beyond reasonable doubt” as a military commander responsible for two counts of crimes against humanity (murder and rape) and three counts of war crimes (murder, rape, and pillaging) committed in the Central African Republic between October 2002 and March 2003.
Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs (right) sacks New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning at Soldier Field Oct. 10. The Bears won, 27-21.Credit: Courtesy of MCTTwelve dollars. That’s all I spent on a New York Giants football sweatshirt that I’m truthfully too scared to wear at the risk of being ridiculed. It’s hard enough being a fan of a football team in a different state, but it’s even harder when that team has yet to win one of its six games this season.I was born and raised in New Jersey, so being a New York Giants fan is all I’ve ever known. I was taught that the Giants are the best and that I’m supposed to hate the Philadelphia Eagles … which I do. Being a fan of the G-men has never been a problem until this season.Coach Tom Coughlin is 67 and is in his 10th year coaching the team. He’s one of the oldest NFL coaches ever, but after earning a pair of Super Bowl rings for the Giants, it doesn’t appear he’ll be going away anytime soon.The Giants have won two Super Bowls in the last six years (2008 and 2012). With a history like that, you would think that they would be a team to fear. This year, not so much. They’ve had their worst start to a season since 1976 and quarterback Eli Manning has had arguably the worst season of his career, currently leading the league in interceptions with 15. Ouch. That’s gotta be rough while his big brother Peyton and the Broncos are having an awesome season, winning their first six games and leading the league in total offense, passing yards and points scored.Since I’m a fan of Ohio State football as well, I can’t imagine how current Giant players, former Buckeyes Jonathan Hankins and Jim Cordle feel right now. Playing on the OSU football team has spoiled them into not really knowing what a losing consistently feels like. In Cordle’s five years at OSU (he redshirted in 2005), the team was a combined 54-10, and in Hankins’ three years, the Buckeyes were 30-8, including the 12 vacated wins in 2010.My goal is not to bash the team I’ve grown up watching, it’s to share a little bit of my disappointment OSU fans might not understand. This is the first time my friends who are Cleveland Browns (3-3) fans are laughing at me.In my mind, this season is over for the Giants. Will I still watch the games? Yes. Will I still have hope that they can win a game? Of course. Will I wear that $12 sweatshirt anytime soon? To be determined. But I’m pretty sure it’s impossible to come anywhere close to the playoffs at this point, so my heart is a little broken for them.
Complete schedule of the EHF EURO 2014 Preliminary Round:Group A1 Denmark2 Czech Republic3 Macedonia4 AustriaCzech Republic – Austria (January 12th , 1800 )Denmark – Macedonia (12 January at 20:30 )Macedonia – Czech Republic (January 14, at 18:15 )Austria – Denmark (14 January at 20:30 )Macedonia – Austria (January 16, at 18:15 )Denmark – Czech Republic (January 16, at 20:30 )Group B1 Spain2 Iceland3 Hungary4 NorwayIceland – Norway ( January 12 at 16:00 )Spain – Hungary (January 12, at 18:15 )Hungary – Iceland (January 14 , 1800 )Norway – Spain (January 14, at 20:15 )Spain – Iceland (January 16 , 1800 )Hungary – Norway (January 16, at 20:15 )Group C1 Serbia2 France3 Poland4 RussiaSerbia – Poland (January 13 , 1800 )France – Russia (January 13 at 20:15 )Russia – Serbia (January 15 , 1800 )Poland – France (January 15, at 20:15 )Poland – Russia (January 17th , 1800 )Serbia – France (17 January at 20:30 )Group D1 Croatia2 Sweden3 Belarus4 MontenegroCroatia – Belarus (January 13 , 1800 )Sweden – Montenegro ( 13th January at 20:15 )Montenegro – Croatia (January 15 , 1800 )Belarus – Sweden (January 15, at 20:15 )Croatia – Sweden (January 17th , 1800 )Belarus – Montenegro (17 January at 20:30 ) ← Previous Story EHF EURO 2014 TOP 10 missing stars Next Story → Anders Eggert to miss the opener against Macedonia
SWIMMERS HAVE BEEN warned about getting into the water at Cork beaches today.Cork County Council has advised would-be bathers to take precautions at Youghal Front Strand, Tragumna, Barleycove and The Warren.The local authority has told beach-goers not to swim at Youghal beach due to the elevated levels of bacteria found in the water, warning that swimming could lead to illness.Localised heavy rain is believed to have affected wastewater infrastructure in the area, the council said.The swimming ban will remain in place until the quality of the water improves. A new sample is to be taken on Monday to assess the situation. A map showing the current bathing restrictions at Ireland’s beaches Source: splash.epa.ieBathers have also been warned about bacteria at the three other beaches, but a swimming ban is not in place.Instead, beach users have been cautioned to avoid swallowing water, to avoid swimming with an open cut or wound, and to stay out of the water if they are pregnant or have a weakened immune system.The warning is expected to be lifted tomorrow.Read: Coast Guard warns swimmers against “literally jumping into the unknown” > Read: It’s official… Hottest day of the year so far >
This week is the Build conference being held in Anaheim, California. Microsoft is using it as the official unveiling of Windows 8 to the world. Usually, an unveiling such as this is followed with calls for “when can I play with it?” Well, the answer to that question is “tonight”.When Microsoft was desperately trying to make up for the car wreck that was Windows Vista, they decided to release previews of Windows 7 really early for anyone to download and try. It worked really well. Microsoft got loads of feedback with which to improve their next-gen operating system, and anyone interested got a new OS to play with.That same mentality is being continued with Windows 8, and later today a developer preview of the new OS will become available. More specifically, at 8pm PST you will be able to download either a 32-bit or 64-bit ISO from the Microsoft Dev Center website. Which you choose to get depends on whether you are a developer or not: only the 32-bit version will come with development tools.Now we must stress that this is by no means final software, but the presentation currently streaming live on the Build Windows website shows an OS that looks very usable already. Microsoft has also promised to include a number of sample applications for developers to play with.You won’t be able to install this developer preview alongside another OS as it requires a clean install. I take that to mean you can still install it as a virtual machine, however, using software like that offered by VMWare or VirtualBox. Microsoft also intends to roll out regular updates and drivers, so if your install doesn’t work out tonight, keep checking the developer site as next week it may have the drivers you need.For those desperate to see the new Metro style applications and interface first hand, there is no better way to experience it at the moment.Read more at Building Windows 8
Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo has reportedly emerged as a potential candidate to replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester UnitedThe Red Devils have lost both of their opening four games of the 2018/19 Premier League campaign.This has led to a great deal of uncertainty surrounding Mourinho’s future at Old Trafford.Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane had been touted as the most likely man to replace Mourinho at United.Vidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.But One Football reports that another shock name has emerged in Nuno.The Portuguese coach has impressed the 20-time English champions in his spell in charge of Wolves.The 44-year-old led Wolves to the Championship title last season and the club have had a strong start in their return to the English top-flight.United will next face Watford away in the Premier League, while Wolves will host Burnley.
Runners compete in Worlds Fastest 5K races in downtown Carlsbad Elizabeth Alvarez, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsA race renowned for fast runners and world records once again welcomes a stellar field for the elite invitational at the 33rd annual Carlsbad 5000 on Sunday, March 25, 2018. Leading the way will be a world class field of elite athletes ready to run a fast time along the scenic oceanfront streets in downtown Carlsbad.The spring running season is in full swing as a contingent of international runners will travel to the event, known as the ‘World’s Fastest 5K’ road race as the home of 16 world records, 8 U.S. records and 11 world wheelchair bests. Race day begins at 6:58 am with the Masters Men (40 years old and over), the first of six races to take place throughout the day. The women’s elite race will begin at 10:15 am and the men’s elite race is scheduled for 10:40 am.Saturday’s Junior Carlsbad will kick off a weekend of family fun, hosting a morning of kids’ races as a precursor to the main event Sunday morning. Both events will feature post-race refreshments, prizes, live entertainment and a free outdoor Health & Fitness Expo that will run throughout the two days of exercise and excitement.“The Carlsbad 5000 is the premiere 5k road race in the world and we are guaranteed new champions this year as both 2017 winners are unavailable to compete,” said Matthew Turnbull, elite athlete coordinator for the event. “To stand on top of the podium at the Carlsbad 5000 is a great honor and on Sunday morning two new athletes will be joining some of the greatest athletes of all time who have their names engraved on the Mike Long Trophy.”Sweden’s Kalle Berglund, the national record holder for 1500m who recently represented his country at the IAAF World Indoor Championships last month, and Denmark’s Nick Jensen, a 7-time National Champion over 800m and 1500m, headline the men’s field for the elite invitational which will take place at 10:45am.The Europeans will be joined by a pair of Berlund’s countrymen, Johan Rogestedt, a former Youth World Champion over 800m who is making his 5k debut, and Emil Blomberg, who has an 8:32.27 personal best for the Steeplechase and ran a 1500m best indoors earlier this year.Pushing the Swedish contingent will be Ethiopia’s Gebrekidan Abadi and Americans Louis Seferini, who recently became the 514th U.S. athlete to break 4 minutes in the mile, running 3:59.33 at the Boston University Last Chance meet, Dan Nestor, who ran a 3.55 road mile in Boulder and 29.50 over 10km cross country at the end of last year and Samuel Atkin, a two-time NAIA Champion who has a personal best of 13.56 from the Silicon Valley Turkey Trot last year.The women’s field for Carlsbad is equally as competitive. Emelia Gorecka of Great Britain, will look to continue the recent success for U.K. runners including 2014 Champion Julia Bleasdale. Gorecka was a 2013 European Junior Champion over 3000m and has a 5000m best of 15:07. Her top challengers include Jessica O’Connell, who represented Canada at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and finished was 4th in Carlsbad in 2015. They will be joined by Mexico’s Brenda Flores Munoz, a gold and silver medal from the 2015 Pan Am Gameswho owns a 15.30.87 personal best for 5000m.Top Americans will be joining the field on the women’s side led by Sarah Brown, a nine-time track and cross country All-American at the University of Tennessee and Alycia Cridebring, who has a personal best of 15.35.34 for 5000m. Other notables in the elite invitational include a trio of local triathetes: Ellie Abrahamson, a NCAA D1 All-American at Wake Forest University; Carlsbad’s Mary Alex England, who has a 5K best of 16.10; and Sophie Chase who ran 16.19.77 for 5000m at the Stanford Cardinal Classic last year. Chelsey Totten and Natasha La Beaud round out the American entrants.While hosting the “World’s Fastest 5K” for elite athletes, the Carlsbad 5000 welcomes runners and walkers of all ages and abilities to a series of four competitive age group races. The event is renowned for its scenic course, healthy competition and a weekend of fun for participants of all ages and skill levels. Kicking off the weekend of family fun is the Junior Carlsbad, which takes place Saturday, March 24 and offers 9 different races specifically designed for kids age 12 and under.Race weekend registration is available for all events. A free outdoor Health & Fitness Expo takes place on race weekend, running from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday. The expo will serve as race registration headquarters on Saturday, allowing participants to pick up their race number, timing chip, t-shirt and goodie bag. The interactive expo, located on Roosevelt Street between Grand and Carlsbad Village Drive, will feature vendors showcasing running apparel and shoes, fitness gear and health and nutrition items. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings Elizabeth Alvarez Posted: March 25, 2018 March 25, 2018
After reporting a $191.7 million net loss for 2008, printer R.R. Donnelley announced that it had been awarded a $500 million multi-year agreement from newspaper magazines publisher the Publishing Group of America.Under terms of the agreement, Donnelley will provide printing, logistics and premedia services for PGA’s magazines, including American Profile, Relish and Spry. The magazines are distributed within roughly 1,100 weekly and smaller market newspapers.Donnelley Wednesday reported a $191.7 million year-end net loss, down considerably from a $48.4 million net loss in 2007. The company reported a $686.9 million net loss for the fourth quarter.Year-end revenue was $11.58 billion, flat over sales in 2007. Donnelley’s results included $1.18 billion in restructuring and impairment fees, the company said.