Blairgowrie 2 / InForm

first_img 2014 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/777421/blairgowrie-2-inform Clipboard “COPY” Houses Year:  Blairgowrie 2 / InFormSave this projectSaveBlairgowrie 2 / InForm photographs:  Hilary Bradford Photographs:  Hilary Bradford Styling:Heather Nette KingPrinciple Interior Designer:Kanako NakanishiArchitect In Charge:Simon PerkinsCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Hilary BradfordRecommended ProductsDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – Revolving Door 4000 SeriesWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoText description provided by the architects. This timber and glass pavilion is the second house in the development and continues the theme of coastal modernity.Save this picture!© Hilary BradfordFollowing the principles of the InForm ‘Retreat’ design, but on a larger scale, the house includes a double garage, four bedrooms and a lounge, as well as an open plan kitchen, meals and living space.Save this picture!© Hilary BradfordThe characteristic long lineal roof plane caps the entire building, protecting the loggia and deck that extends the length of the northern exterior. A full height vertical timber screen protects the loggia from the west, and creates a dynamic front façade.Save this picture!Floor PlanLarge full height black aluminium doors connect the living areas and master bedroom to the deck and sweeping lawn beyond. The black aluminium provides a striking contrast with the smoky grey oiled timber cladding and crisp white fascias. A white concrete brick blade wall separates the entry from the loggia and extends into the living area to form the fireplace.Save this picture!© Hilary BradfordWhite oiled oak floors add an appropriate contemporary but rustic sensibility to the interior palette, which also includes stainless steel and marble bench tops, oak joinery and a white mosaic tiled splash back.Save this picture!© Hilary BradfordProject gallerySee allShow lessDilli Haat / ArchohmSelected ProjectsDesignIntelligence 25 Most Admired Educators for 2016Architecture News Share CopyHouses•Australia Australia Projects Architects: InForm Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img Photographs Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/777421/blairgowrie-2-inform Clipboard 2014 Save this picture!© Hilary Bradford+ 22 Share ArchDaily “COPY” Blairgowrie 2 / InForm CopyAbout this officeInFormOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAustraliaPublished on November 23, 2015Cite: “Blairgowrie 2 / InForm” 23 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogLouvers / ShuttersTechnowoodSunshade SystemsCompositesMitrexPhotovoltaic Solar Cladding – BIPV CladdingMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic BronzeBathroomsGeberitBathroom Series – ONESkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight F100 CircularMetal PanelsTrimoQbiss One in Equinix Data CentreSignage / Display SystemsGoppionDisplay Case – Q-ClassAluminium CompositesAmerican MetalcraftAluminum Panels – Decorative Fencing for BridgesPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsWater Facade PanelDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Concealed Sliding Door | MareaWall / Ceiling LightsiGuzziniExterior Light – WalkyWoodPlycoWood Boards – Birch LaserplyMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?布莱尔高里 2住宅/ InForm是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

TV journalists take united stand against systematic censorship

first_imgNews March 26, 2021 Find out more Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV Organisation September 7, 2020 Find out more to go further UkraineEurope – Central Asia News UkraineEurope – Central Asia Receive email alerts Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authoritycenter_img Help by sharing this information News Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media Reporters Without Borders is disturbed by the latest evidence of government pressure and harassment of the media that has emerged since it addressed an open letter to President Viktor Yanukovych on 28 April.Several journalists employed by TSN, the news service of the popular TV station 1+1, issued an open letter yesterday condemning the censorship to which they are now being subjected. “We, TSN journalists, want to announce that censorship has been introduced into 1+1,” the letter began.They said they were forbidden to cover certain stories, while reports criticising the new government were being withdrawn for political reasons. They said permission to broadcast an item now had to be obtained from the station’s director-general, Oleksander Tkachenko, instead of their news editor. Affirming the right to ignore political considerations, they said they wanted to inform viewers rather than put out propaganda for this or that party.“Freedom of expression is not an empty shell, it is the basis of our profession,” the letter said. “It is the reason for which we categorically reject the pressure being put on us.” Demanding an immediate end to control over TSN and to “the shameful practice of directives and instructions,” they called for a return to basic principles of journalism – objectivity, balance and fairness. Warning that they would henceforth try to report every case of censorship they learn about, they finally announced they would go on strike if their demands were not met.Journalists at the STB television station followed suit today, issuing an open letter in which they, too, condemned the systematic censorship that has been introduced within their station in recent months. Since last January’s presidential elections, there had been changes not only to the priorities but also to the tone to be adopted when reporting the news, the letter said. “Irony must no longer be used when talking of political events or politicians,” it added.As this kind of pressure on the news media is unacceptable in a democratic country, Reporters Without Borders supports this initiative by the journalists and encourages all those who believe in a free press to do so too. Reporters Without Borders also urges the 1+1 management, which has just admitted some of the cases of censorship, to respect its journalists and allow them to work normally. Follow the news on Ukraine February 26, 2021 Find out more May 7, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 TV journalists take united stand against systematic censorship RSF_en Newslast_img read more

At Capital One, Easy Credit and Abundant Lawsuits

first_imgBy Paul Kiel ProPublicaThis story was co-published with The Daily Beast.Several years ago, Capital One gave Oscar Parsons, 46, his first credit card. At the time, he didn’t need a loan. But he banked at a Capital One branch near his Bronx apartment, and when it was offered, he thought, “Why not?”Initially, he had little problem keeping up with the payments. But after a run of construction jobs came to an end, he fell behind and found himself ducking the bank’s collections calls, he said. Each time the company’s TV commercials popped up, asking, “What’s in your wallet?” Parsons thought: “It’s not enough to pay you back.”This year, Capital One provided Parsons with another first: his first lawsuit. For failing to pay his $1,800 debt, the company took him to court. Currently on public benefits and in a job training program, Parsons has nothing Capital One can take. But should Parsons find work, Capital One could use a court judgment to seize money from his bank account or take a portion of his wages.It was a hard lesson — one learned by hundreds of thousands of the bank’s cardholders. No lender sues more of its customers than Capital One, according to ProPublica’s review of state court data.Over the past year, ProPublica has sought to illuminate the scope of debt collection lawsuits, which, though they are often filed by public companies in public courts, are a largely hidden part of the nation’s financial life. The suits hit workers who earn below $40,000 a year the hardest and federal garnishment laws provide scant protection. Even workers near the minimum wage could have a quarter of their take-home pay taken or their bank accounts cleaned out. State laws typically offer little more protection.To identify which companies file the most collection suits, ProPublica obtained and analyzed court data from 11 states. In every state, Capital One stood out.During the years of the recession, particularly 2008 through 2010, when the number of credit card defaults surged, many banks filed more lawsuits. But Capital One dwarfed them all, reaching levels never matched by any company before or since, according to ProPublica’s review of data going back to 1996.By our estimate, the suits exceeded half a million per year nationally during those peak years.Since 2011, Capital One’s suits have dropped considerably, though they have continued to far exceed the totals of any other bank. For example, in Indiana counties for which court data is available — home to about two-thirds of the state’s population — the bank filed about 3,360 suits in 2014. That’s about a quarter of the suits Capital One filed in 2010, but still more suits than all other national banks combined in 2014. In Clark County, Nevada, which includes Las Vegas, Capital One’s suits comprised about 40 percent of all suits by major banks. In Miami-Dade County, Florida, the tally was about the same.Because court data is often kept at the county level, ProPublica combined data to compile numbers for entire states when possible, including New Jersey and Missouri. In some states, data was limited to major metropolitan counties. The time periods also varied, from a couple decades to only a few years, but the trends involving Capital One’s suits were consistent.The suits, often over debts as small as $1,000, reveal a largely hidden side of Capital One’s business. The bank has only the fourth largest credit card portfolio (as measured by both numbers of cardholders and balance size), but such a large portion of its cards are held by those with poor credit that it is the country’s largest subprime lender. With those loans comes a high risk of default, and the company is particularly aggressive at recouping losses.Capital One’s subprime borrowers live life on the edge, said Steve Brobeck, executive director of the Consumer Federation of America. “A large majority of these cardholders carry balances from month-to-month,” he said, because they can’t afford to pay off the balance.The “disturbing” volume of suits filed by Capital One should prompt regulators to investigate whether the perils of subprime credit cards outweigh the benefits, Brobeck said.A Capital One spokeswoman said the bank serves an important function by providing credit to large numbers of borrowers who might be unlikely to get it from other banks. When customers fall behind on payments, she said, the bank makes every effort to work with them.“We will not sue anyone working with us, no matter how small the payment,” said spokeswoman Tatiana Stead. But when customers don’t pay, she said, “we have an obligation to recover some of our losses so we can offer the best pricing to our customers.”Capital One’s suits are notable not just for how common they are. The company also files suits over much smaller debts than other banks.In 2013, the typical debt in a Capital One suit filed in New Jersey was about $1,500, according to ProPublica’s analysis of state court data. The typical debt in a suit brought by other major issuers like Citibank or Bank of America was more than three times as high. ProPublica found a similar gap in other states.Capital One offers cards with a credit line often as low as a few hundred dollars to customers with poor credit. On the bank’s website, the cards carry annual interest rates as high as 25 percent. After making payments for five months, customers’ credit limits can increase.Kevin Thomas, an attorney with the nonprofit New York Legal Assistance Group, often represents clients sued in Bronx Civil Court by Capital One. He said his clients frequently started with low-limit cards, but after Capital One raised their credit limits, their balances grew, the interest mounted and they lost control. Then, although their debts were not large, typically between $1,000 and $1,500, they ended up in court, he said.Debt collection lawsuits are especially prevalent in black neighborhoods, as ProPublica reported in October, where suits over smaller debts are more common. Capital One obtained judgments in mostly black neighborhoods at nearly twice the rate as in mostly white neighborhoods, a larger disparity than the other major card issuers, we found. Capital One’s spokeswoman said the bank did not take race into consideration when making a loan or filing a suit.Lawsuits over even small debts can provoke a crisis for low-income debtors. Patricia Boglin, 51, of Woodbridge, Virginia, works as a school bus driver, earning about $26,000 a year. When Capital One sued her over a $1,878 debt late last year, she said, she panicked. Would the bank try to foreclose on her house to force repayment? “It just terrified me,” she said.That a collection lawsuit could lead to foreclosure is a common fear among defendants, said Jay Speer, executive director of the nonprofit Virginia Poverty Law Center, even though it’s extremely unlikely. Of course, the realistic consequences of a suit — garnishment or a lien being placed on the debtor’s home — are serious.Boglin did not want to risk it, so she filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 13.How banks handle delinquent accounts is largely shielded from public scrutiny. They aren’t required to disclose how many suits they file. And the role of debt buyers — companies that purchase accounts from banks at a steep discount, then try to collect — further obscures what happens to customers who don’t pay.To generate a national estimate for Capital One’s suits, ProPublica looked to Encore Capital Corp., the nation’s biggest debt buyer, which voluntarily disclosed the number of suits it had filed nationally until 2010. That year, the company reported having filed 517,000 suits.Capital One filed about 40 percent more collection suits than Encore in 2010 in the states for which ProPublica has data, indicating that the bank filed at least half a million suits that year nationally and potentially hundreds of thousands more. Our data showed even more suits in the two preceding years.Capital One declined to respond to this comparison or provide a count of its suits.After 2010, Encore Capital, under scrutiny for its litigation practices, stopped disclosing the number of suits it had filed. A spokesperson for Encore did not explain the decision beyond saying, “as we have diversified and grown as a company, we continue to evaluate what disclosures are appropriate for our investors.”Because some banks sell their defaulted accounts to debt buyers like Encore, it is impossible to determine how many of their customers were ultimately sued. The three largest card issuers, Citibank, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase, have sold accounts to debt buyers in the past, according to court filings.Capital One has also sold debt in the past. Stead, the bank’s spokeswoman, declined to provide detail on its debt-selling practices, but said the bank’s “strong preference” is to do its own collecting.The lack of transparency leaves both borrowers and policymakers in the dark, said April Kuehnhoff, an attorney at the National Consumer Law Center. “We need more data about debt-collection practices by both debt buyers and original creditors so that we can improve debt collection laws,” she said.ProPublica contacted the six largest card issuers for this story, and all were guarded when it came to details about their approach to collections.Citibank and Bank of America declined to respond to questions. Chase stopped filing lawsuits or selling its debt in 2011, after a whistleblower identified flaws in the bank’s collection practices. Those problems led to a consent agreement with regulators in 2013.Discover filed the second-most suits, according to ProPublica’s analysis. It, too, declined to comment. Like Capital One, Discover’s volume of suits was also disproportionately large given the bank’s relatively small market share — Discover is the sixth-largest card issuer.American Express, the fifth-largest issuer, filed relatively few suits. Spokeswoman Sonya Conway said the bank has not sold its debt in the past six years and had no plans to do so.Federal regulators say they are alert to the potential for abuse through debt collection lawsuits, but it’s unclear that consumers should expect any more transparency in the near term.Banks should “consider the risks of excessive litigation,” said Bryan Hubbard, spokesman for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The regulator has also publicly urged banks, when selling debts to buyers, to “consider selecting debt buyers who limit their use of litigation.”While the agency says it closely monitors banks’ collection practices, that scrutiny does not extend to tracking the number of lawsuits each bank files. Hubbard said the agency does not consider the number of lawsuits “an effective indicator of bank safety and soundness or compliance.”The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is in the process of writing new rules for debt collection that are expected to cover a wide range of activities, including the filing of lawsuits. A spokeswoman declined to comment on whether the CFPB tracked the number of collection lawsuits filed by banks or planned to in the future.A number of the bureau’s past enforcement actions have centered on debt collection litigation practices. It filed suit against the largest collections firm in Georgia, Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, which counts Capital One among its clients. Calling the firm a “debt collection lawsuit mill,” the CFPB alleged attorneys often filed suits with faulty information. The law firm disputes the allegations, and the suit is ongoing.ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for their newsletter. 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Ship collision in North Sumatra bay kills one, injures six

first_imgPuyuh 5014 Police Boat commander Adj. Comr. FAP Silalahi of the National Police’s Security Maintenance Agency said the incident occurred at around 8 p.m. on Sunday in the port water area of Sibolga Bay.“At the time, the KM Sinar Mas Jaya was heading out to sea, while the KMP Wira Glory was entering Sibolga Port. The collision was inevitable,” Silalahi said on Sunday.Sudirman, one of the injured fishermen, said that the Sinar Mas Jaya was just about to leave the Beringin fishery to catch fish in the sea when it collided with the ferry coming from the opposite direction.“Our ship tried to avoid [the crash], but it was too late,” he said.Sibolga Port Authority (KSOP) daily operative Purwadi Herianto said the captain of the KMP Wira Glory had flashed warning lights and sounded the siren as the fishing boat approached, but then the boat veered to the wrong side of the ferry.“We are still investigating [the incident],” he added. (syk)Topics : One fisherman was killed and six others injured aboard the KM Sinar Mas Jaya when the fishing vessel collided with the KMP Wira Glory ferry on Sunday evening in Sibolga Bay, North Sumatra.The Sinar Mas Jaya was badly damaged in the mid-sea collision. All seven victims of the 24-strong fishing crew have been transported to Sibolga hospital. The fatal victim has been identified as Miswar Andri Matondang, 52.last_img read more

Kingsbarns confirmed for Voltigeur

first_img “Roger will just check his well-being this weekend before committing him to the race. “He’s had one or two disappoint a little of late so he just wants to make sure. “He’ll probably work on Friday or Saturday and then make a decision. “Roger also has Elkaayed who ran in the Gordon Stakes so he’d have a bit of a line through him. “This looks the right race and he has been in good form since Ascot.” Press Association The Coolmore team have a wealth of talent at their disposal, with Queen’s Vase winner Leading Light another in the running for this St Leger trial. Foundry, Sir Walter Scott and Hall Of Mirrors have also yet to run this term, while Fortify, Kingdom and Plinth are the other O’Brien confirmations. One-time Derby favourite Telescope is in the field, as expected, with Sir Michael Stoute seeking quick compensation following the colt’s eclipse in the Rose of Lancaster Stakes at Haydock last week. Cap O’Rushes won the Gordon Stakes at Goodwood for Godolphin and he is one of two possibles for the owners, along with Secret Number, who finished a close-up fifth in that race. The pair are trained by Charlie Appleby and Saeed bin Suroor respectively. The Gordon third Spillway could try his luck again for Eve Johnson Houghton, while Mutashaded, Nichols Canyon, Royal Skies and Willie The Whipper round out the list of 16 possibles. Roger Varian’s Mutashaded will gallop over the next couple of days before his participation is confirmed. Lightly-raced, he was last seen finishing third behind Hillstar in the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot on just his third start. Owner Hamdan Al Maktoum’s racing manager Angus Gold said: “The Great Voltigeur has always been the plan. Kingsbarns is an intriguing name among eight Aidan O’Brien-trained contenders in the Neptune Investment Management Great Voltigeur Stakes at York on Wednesday. Last year’s Racing Post Trophy winner, who still holds an entry in the Juddmonte International on the same day, has yet to race this season after suffering a setback when being prepared for a Classic challenge in the spring. O’Brien had planned to work him after racing at the Curragh last Sunday but the quick ground there forced the Ballydoyle trainer to rethink that plan, although he reported the colt in fine form and progressing well. last_img read more

Former MMA Athletic Director Honored By National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Maine Chapter

first_img Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Latest Posts BRUNSWICK — Long time and former Maine Maritime Academy Director of Athletics, William Mottola, was recently honored by the Maine chapter of the National Football Foundation with “The Contribution To Amateur Football Award”.Bill Mottola went to Maine Maritime Academy in 1967 as an assistant football coach, baseball coach, and faculty member in the physical education department. In 1968 he became the head football coach at MMA, a position he held for 11 years. From 1979 until his retirement in 2004 he served as the director of athletics.In 1971 Bill established an instructional football camp on the campus of Maine Maritime Academy for youth between the ages of 8 to 18. The mission of the camp was to give each athlete concentrated individualized instruction, to stress basic skills and to help each player perform at the peak of their potential. Camp Touchdown brought together outstanding football coaches who were committed to helping each athlete perfect their skill and learn new ones. Camp Touchdown served hundreds of Maine athletes for thirty years from 1971 to 2001.Bill was elected Commissioner of the New England Football Conference in 1997, a position he held for eight years. During his tenure the league increased from eight to fourteen teams. The William Mottola Most Valuable Player award is presented yearly at the New England Football Conference Championship game, to the games most valuable player.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn 1987 Bill was named the “administrator of the year” in the Northeast by the NAIA. Bill was selected to serve on the NCAA Division III football championship committee and chaired that committee during his final year as a member. For several years her served as a site director for the NCAA Division III playoffs.Bill was honored to receive the New England Football Writers George C. Carens Award for Contributions to New England Football and The All-American Football Foundation Asa Bushnell Commissioner Award for his work as Commissioner of the New England Football Conference.In recognition of his 37 years of exemplary service to Maine Maritime Academy as a coach and administrator, the William J. Mottola Mariner Athletics Hall of Fame was dedicated during MMA’s 2004 homecoming and Bill was honored as it’s charter inductee.Bill still lives in Castine with his wife Sally. They have two sons Bill and Tony who continue the family coaching tradition.For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Fenceviewer Staffcenter_img Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Bio Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014last_img read more

LIVE: Cheptegei ready to step into Mo Farah’s shoes

first_img8394Mohammed AHMEDCAN27:02.35 126 Kefasi Chitsala (MAW)29:21.68PB 19235Rodrigue KWIZERABDI 41085Yemaneberhan CRIPPAITA27:44.2127:49.79 Share on: WhatsApp 8 Joshua Cheptegei (UGA)27:19.62GR RankOrderNameResultNotes 171680Julien WANDERSSUI27:17.2927:17.29 141287Alex KORIOKEN27:29.4027:29.40 69 Stephen Mokoka (RSA)27:44.58SB  Commonwealth 10,000m final result last year 181284Rhonex KIPRUTOKEN26:50.1626:50.16 711 Timothy Toroitich (UGA)27:47.35 115 Stewart McSweyn (AUS)28:58.22 Prize Money1st $60,0002nd $30,0003rd $20,0004th $15,0005th $10,0006th $6,0007th $5,0008th $4,000Doha, Qatar  | THE INDEPENDENT | With the retirement of legend Mo Farah from track competition, the 10,000 metres will have a new champion tonight for the first time since Moscow 2013.By the time he retired last year, Farah had captured 10 successive world or Olympic titles in the 10,000 metres.Mo leaves a pack of Kenyan, Ethiopian and Ugandan long distance aces ready to reclaim the crown for Africa.It is however Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei, who in taking the Commonwealth Games 5000m and 10000m double, and the World cross country crown, will be the man to beat at Doha tonight.“He is in his best shape ever,” his coach Addy Ruiter said before the race. “We have a plan A, B, C and if it fails, D. But races are different, anything can happen but it sometimes comes down to the individual.”The biggest threat to Cheptegei will come in the form of Ethiopians Yomif Kejelcha and Hagos Gebrhiwet who have the fastest times in the distance this year, with 26:49.99 and 26:48.95 respectively. Sandwiching their times is Cheptegei, with 26:49.94.If he does win, he will become only the fourth Ugandan to win World Athletics Championship gold, joining steeplechaser Dorcus Inzikuru in Helsinki 2005, Stephen Kiprotich off track in the marathon in Moscow 2013 and Halimah Nakaayi in the 800m at Doha 2019. 11291Rodgers KWEMOIKEN27:25.2327:26.92 515 Jake Robertson (NZL)27:30.90NR 15705Yomif KEJELCHAETH26:49.9926:49.99 –1 Patrick Tiernan (AUS)DQR 163.3b 11640Aron KIFLEERI27:09.9227:27.68 Prize Money 131912Lopez LOMONGUSA27:30.0627:30.06 21362Hassan CHANIBRN27:38.1628:31.30center_img 6701Hagos GEBRHIWETETH26:48.9526:48.95 51907Leonard KORIRUSA27:20.1827:34.01 913 Andy Vernon (ENG)28:17.11 10245Soufiane BOUCHIKHIBEL27:41.2028:04.09 82 Jonathan Ndiku (KEN)27:56.24 FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Mo Farah (R) shakes hands with Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei after they competed in the Men’s 5000m at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The 10,000m will have a new champion who is not Mo Farah for the first time since 2013.10,000m lineup – 8PM 14 Rodgers Kwemoi (KEN)27:28.66SB 31906Shadrack KIPCHIRCHIRUSA27:07.5527:47.71 9697Andamlak BELIHUETH26:53.1526:53.15 12 Mohammed Ahmed (CAN)27:20.56 –7 Simon Charley (VAN)DNS 2237Onesphore NZIKWINKUNDABDI28:09.9828:11.90 133 Toka Badboy (LES)31:22.38 121793Joshua CHEPTEGEIUGA26:49.94 16236Thierry NDIKUMWENAYOBDI  LANEBIBATHLETECOUNTRYPBSB 2019 44 Jacob Kiplimo (UGA)27:30.25SB 71488Sondre Nordstad MOENNOR27:24.7827:24.78 201798Abdallah Kibet MANDEUGA27:22.8927:22.89 1010 Josphat Bett Kipkoech (KEN)28:56.22 Other medals for Uganda at the Worlds have been two Silvers by Davis Kamoga Athens 1997 and Joshua Cheptegei 2017; Bronzes by Moses Kipsiro Osaka 2007 and Solomon Mutai in Beijing 2015.The reward for winning a World Championship gold is a tax-free $60,000 prize. If one breaks the world record, which is  26:17.53 minutes, a $100,000 bonus is given.LIVElast_img read more

1 person injured after active shooter reported in Indian River County

first_imgThe Indian River Sheriffs Department is reporting that they have arrested a man who was reportedly walking down a street with a shot gun and shooting at random cars.The incident was reported Friday near 3800 block of 44th Street in Gifford.Officials say they received a call about a driver who was shot in the shoulder by a man who was walking with a shotgun and a flag.The suspect, 33-year-old Torrevio Ealy, was later located by police as he was walking near a home on 44th Place. Authorities say when Ealy spotted them, he then ran inside the home. Seconds later, Ealy attempted to flee the area, however, he was captured by officials with the SWAT team.Investigators searched the home and found three other firearms and a large amount of drugs. Officials also reported that at least two of the guns were stolen.Ealy has since been arrested and taken to the Indian River County Jail on charges of attempted felony murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, discharging a firearm in public, and resisting arrest without violence.His bond has been set at $217,000.last_img read more

Pattaya football stadium stalled at 40% complete

first_imgContractor Rama 2-HT Joint Venture Co. claims work on Pattaya’s football stadium is now 40 percent complete – ten years after it was first started.Pattaya’s football stadium has been under construction for more than a decade. Whether it will be completed for a 2026 Olympic event remains an open question.Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome and his deputies paid their annual visit to the 254-rai Soi Chaiyapruek 2 Eastern National Sports Center Jan. 16 and found that little has changed since their Jan. 25, 2019 visit. Contractor Rama 2-HT Joint Venture Co. claims the job is now 40 percent complete, but currently is stalled due to unforeseen problems drilling a foundation for the south amphitheater.Begun in 2009, the 774-million-baht sports complex was intended to house 12 different sport fields, swimming pool, tennis court, 12 main and minor sport stadiums and a 500-car parking lot. Loading… Sponsored Content9 Heroes Of Popular Memes Then And NowPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?center_img The first phase of the project, with 90 million baht spent on 5,000 of the planned 20,000 seats at the football stadium, was completed in September 2010. Grass was planted and construction of the final 15,000 seats was supposed to begin with a 500-million-baht budget later that year, with completion set for late 2012.Nothing was done for five years.In 2018, Chonburi Province obtained 398 million baht in funding for 2018-2020 and hired Rama 2-HT Joint Venture Co to finish the job. Work restarted a year ago on the west grandstand roof and east and south grandstands.But the ground under the south amphitheater was too rocky to drill and, due to air pollution concerns, workers could not use explosives that would send microscopic dust into the air, so currently nothing is being done.Officials hope the stadium will be done in time to host the Youth Olympic Games in 2026.last_img read more

Italy among play-off hopefuls waiting to learn World Cup fate

first_imgItaly, who last won the World Cup in 2006, are joined in the draw by fellow runners-up Switzerland, Croatia, Denmark, Northern Ireland, Sweden, the Republic of Ireland and Greece.While the Azzurri are the most star-studded of the countries competing in the play-offs, several of their rivals for a place in next year’s finals in Russia also have intriguing tales.Northern Ireland are within touching distance of a first World Cup berth since 1986 after Michael O’Neill’s men maintained the momentum from their successful qualification for Euro 2016.The Republic of Ireland will hope to avoid a repeat of their agonising World Cup play-off defeat against France in 2009, when Thierry Henry’s controversial handball helped eliminate them.Switzerland’s Granit Xhaka celebrates after scoring a goal during their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier match against Hungary, at the St. Jakob-Park Stadium in Basel, on October 7, 2017 © AFP/File / Fabrice COFFRINIThe Republic last made the World Cup in 2002, but they survived the play-offs to reach the European Championships in 2012 and 2016.Sweden, World Cup runners-up in 1958, finished behind France in their qualification group and are bidding to reach the finals for the first time since 2006.The eight qualified teams have been divided into two pots based on the world rankings announced by FIFA on Monday.Switzerland (11th), Italy (15th), Croatia (18th) and Denmark (19th) will be in pot one and will play one of the four teams in pot two.The second pot will contain Northern Ireland (23rd), Sweden (25th), Republic of Ireland (26th) and Greece (47th).The draw will take place at FIFA’s Zurich headquarters at 1200 GMT on Tuesday.The first legs will be held between November 9-11 and the second legs between November 12-14.The winner of each tie is decided by the aggregate number of goals each team scores over the two legs, while in the event of a draw on aggregate, the side with more away goals goes through.If there is no deciding factor at the end of normal time, then the tie will go to extra time, with the away-goals rule still applicable at the end of that period.If there is still no winner, then the tie will go to a penalty shoot-out.The ties will determine who qualifies from Europe alongside group winners France, Portugal, Germany, Serbia, Poland, England, Spain, Belgium and Iceland.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Italy’s Antonio Candreva celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during their FIFA 2018 World Cup qualification match against Albania, in Shkoder, on October 9, 2017 © AFP/File / Dimitar DILKOFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 17 – Italy will learn their World Cup play-off fate on Tuesday as the four-time winners join seven other European countries in the draw for the decisive two-legged ties.Gian Piero Ventura’s side have been forced to take their chances in the treacherous play-offs after finishing second in their qualifying group behind Spain.last_img read more