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A break to recover troops in Levante

first_imgThe I raised He faces the break as an opportunity to recover cash for the remainder of the competition. Ruben Rochina, Robber pier, Nemanja Radoja Y Hernani, which ended the week with the group in the last work session before suspending group training until further notice. In this way, Paco lopez It could count up to four players after the coronavirus crisis of at least two weeks without competition. Radoja he is the one who is the furthest from returning. The Serbian midfielder fell last day in the match against Granada at Ciutat de València on the return to the team after his hamstring injury. It lasted 55 minutes. The Balkan has relapsed and aggravated his ailments, since tests confirmed grade II tear in the hamstrings of his left leg, the same area that had him six weeks away from the playing fields. On that occasion the injury was grade I.While Robber has been working with the rest of the group for a few weeks after overcoming his anterior cruciate ligament injury to his right knee, produced on the penultimate day of last season against Girona, with the descent at stake, in Montilivi. The Galician could end the season by entering a call, but from the coaching staff they are very cautious with the central defender, who has gone through a long and hard process so far. Rochina, for his part, he fell the following week, in the match against Villarreal, when he was having a great personal moment. The one from Sagunto had a grade II muscle break in the right adductor, with a diagnosis of around four weeks of discharge. Without joining the group yet, the left-hander was close to rejoining the training dynamic. On the resume it will be ready.center_img The Portuguese winger began to take his first steps with the group before the suspension of training on the recommendation of the RFEF. The Portuguese suffered an osteochondral injury to the internal femoral condyle of the right knee who finally opted to heal through conservative treatment, thus avoiding surgery. A little more than a month later, the confirmation of his non-operation was on February 10, Hernani is already tested with the other colleagues.last_img read more

Britain’s Joshua stops Klitschko

first_img The biggest heavyweight fight in more than a decade had something for everyone, but in the end, it was Joshua who announced himself as the future of the division. He finally turned things around for good with a right uppercut early in the 11th round that spun Klitschko’s head around. He was all over the Ukrainian and dropped him with a left hook, but Klitschko got up only to take even more punishment. Joshua knocked Klitschko down again and was landing punches to his head on the ropes when referee David Fields moved in to stop the bout late in the 11th round. “When you go to the trenches, that’s when you find out who you really are,” Joshua said. “In this small little ring here, there’s nowhere to hide.” The fight was stopped at 2:25 of the 11th. Joshua was up 96-93 and 95-93 on two scorecards, while Klitschko was ahead, 95-93, on the third. The Associated Press had it 94-94 going into the final round. LONDON (AP): Anthony Joshua survived the first knockdown of his young career, coming back to drop Wladimir Klitschko twice before stopping him in the 11th round on Saturday night to retain his heavyweight titles and stake his claim as the boxing’s next star. Before a boisterous crowd of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium, Joshua, 27, and Klitschko, 41, traded huge punches in a spectacular fifth round and again in the sixth before Joshua finally found a way to finish the long-time former champion late in the fight. Right uppercutlast_img read more

Duke rises to No. 1 in AP poll again, Kansas drops to 5th

first_imgCarpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Following a 21-point win over Air Force in their only game last week, the Wolverines (12-0) moved up two spots in this week’s poll, passing Tennessee.Michigan has its highest ranking since hitting No. 1 during the 2012-13 season and still has that stifling defense, allowing 55.8 points per game, good for third nationally.VOLS JUST SHORTTennessee won in two blowouts last week and added 10 more first-place votes than the week before.It wasn’t good enough to keep the Vols ahead of undefeated Michigan.Tennessee, which lost to Kansas on Nov. 23, finished a single point behind the Wolverines in the overall voting, 1,472 to 1,471.BUZZING HOKIESVirginia Tech entered the 2018-19 season with high expectations. The Hokies are living up to those so far under coach Buzz Williams.Virginia Tech moved into the top 10 for the first time since 1995-96 after beating North Carolina A&T in its only game last week.The Hokies have one blemish on their record, by one at Penn State, and have a win over then-ranked Purdue on their resume. ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. No. 6 Nevada, Gonzaga, Michigan State, Florida State and Virginia Tech rounded out the top 10.Duke (11-1) started the season No. 4 in the preseason poll, but moved to No. 1 for a record-tying 135th week in the first regular-season poll after turning its opener against then-No. 2 Kentucky into a laugher. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college FILE – In this Dec. 20, 2018, file photo, Duke guard Tre Jones gestures to teammates during the first half of the team’s NCAA college basketball game against Texas Tech in New York. Duke has regained the top spot in The Associated Press Top 25 following a win over No. 12 Texas Tech at Madison Square Garden. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger, File)Duke moved to No. 1 after blowing out Kentucky in its season opener, only to lose the top spot two weeks later with a loss to Gonzaga in Maui.Well, the Blue Devils are back at No. 1.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img SUN DEVILS (BARELY) RISINGNo. 17 Arizona State picked up one of the biggest wins in program history by knocking off top-ranked Kansas 80-76.The Sun Devils (9-2) picked up only one spot in this week’s poll, thanks to a road loss to Vanderbilt the previous Sunday.The Jayhawks dropped four spots to No. 5, but should get big man Udoka Azubuike back soon after he missed four games with a sprained ankle.RISING AND FALLINGNo teams made significant jumps in this week’s poll. No. 10 Virginia Tech and No. 16 Kentucky were the biggest movers, adding three spots each.No. 21 Buffalo had the biggest drop, losing seven places after losing to No. 18 Marquette. No. 12 Auburn and No. 14 North Carolina lost five spots each.Furman’s first run at being ranked came to an end this week after the Paladins lost by 20 to LSU.Nebraska dropped out of the poll from No. 25 despite winning its only game last week.IN AND OUT After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk MOST READ The Blue Devils stayed in the top spot until a rally against Gonzaga in the Maui Invitational title game came up short. Duke worked its way up to No. 2 and slid into the top spot after routing Princeton and holding off No. 12 Texas Tech last week.The 69-58 win over the previously-unbeaten Red Raiders had a March-like feel at Madison Square Garden as two Elite Eight teams from a year ago played for the first time.“This is a great night for college basketball,” Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said.WOLVERINES RISINGMichigan’s follow-up to its national title-game run a year ago keeps chugging along.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘Difficult, rewarding’ Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum No. 20 North Carolina State (11-1) moved into the poll for the first time since 2013 after knocking off then-No. 7 Auburn on Wednesday and South Carolina Upstate on Saturday.No. 25 Oklahoma is ranked for the first time since hitting No. 4 in last year’s poll.VOTER DEATHIndiana beat writer and AP Top 25 poll voter Terry Hutchens died last week after being critically injured in an automobile collission. He was 60.“Hutch” covered the Hoosiers for CNHI Sports Indiana . Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES Buoyed by a win over No. 12 Texas Tech and Kansas’ loss at No. 18 Arizona State, Duke moved atop The Associated Press Top 25 released on Monday, receiving 35 of 64 first-place votes.No. 2 Michigan received nine first-place votes, No. 3 Tennessee got 12, and No. 4 Virginia and No. 5 Kansas received four each.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chrisslast_img read more

New lawyer aims for international change

first_imgBy Lakhram BhagiratAs cliché as the Gandhi statement is — “be the change you want to see” — that is exactly the aim of 22-year-old Krystal Sukra as she begins her legal career after being admitted to the Local Bar.Sukra is more than just an attorney, she is also a local sports icon who has dominated the lawn tennis and volleyball fields for a number of years.Hailing from New Amsterdam in Berbice, Sukra recently completed her legal education at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad, and last Wednesday had her application to be admitted to the bar presented before Justice Gino Persaud at the High Court. Immediately after being admitted to the local bar, <> caught up with the excited young woman, who explained that the road to get to where she is has not always been a paved bed of roses.She said she has had to balance the love of sport, separation from her family, and the pressure to perform excellently in school.When Sukra had gained a place at the Bishops’ High School in Georgetown and her brother a place at Queen’s College, her mother had taken the bold decision to move with them to Georgetown while her father had stayed behind to work and support the family.When she moved to Georgetown, Sukra made the National Tennis team, and represented Guyana in a number of games.When she graduated from the Bishops’ High School, she was too young to be admitted to the University of Guyana, so a decision was made for her to do a year of studies at the Queen’s College. Upon completion, she had gone off to UG and did a first year degree in International Relations, and was admitted to the Law Programme, from where she graduated with a 3.6GPA.To complete her legal education, Sukra then went on to Trinidad, where she attended the HWLS.“We knew — even though it was difficult and dad being away — we knew it was something we had to do, and sacrifices had to be made in order for us to reap the benefits, and that is something we had to do. Sports is very important to anyone’s physical and mental wellbeing, and it helped mould me into a rounded person,” she said.For now Sukra intends to start a local practice, but she has her eyes set on a career in International Law. She indicated that the decision to practice locally for some time has been made because she wants some hands-on experience before pursuing her Master’s degree. She had been accepted into Duke University but has deferred attendance until next year.“International law is dynamic. It is multifaceted, and it encompasses so many areas. Whether it is human rights or international environmental law, trade, maritime boundary disputes, regulation of global commerce; it is everything. I am most passionate about international human rights law and international environmental law because I think that human rights are important for women, especially in the 21st century, and the UN advocates that gender equality is important to the socioeconomic development of any country,” she explained.Sukra has said she does believe that the standards and best practices established internationally must be implemented in our domestic legislation, since they create more impact. She has said her interest in international law is bigger, and she is aiming at effecting change at the highest international level, since she wants “to be a part of global change and shaping the global society.”“I am passionate about the promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women. The United Nations states that gender equality is not only a basic human right, but its achievement is imperative. It’s important to socio- economic development, yet gender inequality remains entrenched in our society; and even though Guyana has ratified the Convention on Discrimination of Women, there is still the prevalent patriarchal control of women, which is caused by gender stereotype roles and active condemnation of the ever-progressive society, because it is considered incongruous to the cultural and social ethos of Guyana. As a result, women are the victims of sexual and domestic violence,” Sukra said.She hopes that with international best practices, the perception changes. For now, she is determined to make her mark in the courts of Guyana, and move on to bigger things, effecting the kind of change she wants to see.last_img read more

Huskies player of the Week: Jared Loewen

first_imgHow long have you been with the Huskies?Jared: “This would be my third season. I think I started with the Trackers and Todd let me develop there, and then he brought me back here, and it’s been a fun ride with him here.”What position do you play?Jared: “I play defence. It’s the best position in hockey.”Advertisement How would you describe your style of play?Jared: “I’d like to think I make smart puck choices. I’m not that great on my feet, but I’ve got a vision of the ice, and I like to hit the forwards and strides so they can go down and cause some damage.”Favourite moment with the Huskies?Jared: “Favourite moment was definitely last year winning the championship. Great bunch of guys, so unreal feeling to battle the whole season and finally bring it to an end like that; it’s pretty unreal.”Favourite hockey team?Jared: “Favourite hockey team is the Winnipeg Jets. Hopefully, they make it a little further in the playoffs this year.”Favourite player?Jared: “Alex Ovechkin, love that guy.”Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – This week’s Huskies Player of the Week is #23 defenseman Jared Loewen.Each week, a different player from the Huskies will be interviewed.As part of a weekly feature, Loewen was met at the rink to talk about himself and his team effort.- Advertisement -Jared Loewen Facts:Age: 20Height: 6′ 1″Weight: 170 lbs.Shoots: LeftHometown: Alton, B.C.center_img What music do you like?Jared: “Whatever the team puts on, pretty much. I listen to a lot of talk shows, but yeah, I definitely like rock music. I spend a lot of time listening to radio, so rock’s definitely it.”Favourite food?Jared: “Steak and baked potato with a little side drinks.”Future Outlook?Jared: “I’ll probably stay around Fort St. John, hopefully, get a good job, hang out with friends and hopefully have some fun.”last_img read more

Northern Health provides update on H1N1 virus

first_imgDr. Bowering said despite the rising numbers, he will remain cautiously optimistic about the state of the flu. He said officials will be working over the summer months to develop a vaccine for the virus.For Thursday’s original story on the Prince George case, Click HereAttached is the letter sent from Northern Health to the School District 60. The Northern Health Chief Medical Health Officer said he is cautiously optimistic about the H1N1 virus throughout the North.In a news conference on Thursday, Dr. David Bowering said northern hospitals have not seen an increase of patients as a result of the flu.  Thursday the CDC changed the name of the flu from Swine Flu to H1N1.However, he said those that normally wouldn’t go to the hospital are getting checked out as a precautionary measure.- Advertisement -[asset|aid=1313|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=6be240481a39273658d28c3d5a4b7c41-Bowering 1_1_Pub.mp3]Bowering also provided updates on the Prince George flu case. He said the adult male resident stayed at home until his symptoms increased. He then contacted his doctor for advice. Bowering said this is exactly what concerned people should do.The Prince George resident is now recovering at home, and his family is staying home to prevent spreading the virus. According to Dr. Bowering, the man was vacationing with his wife in or near Cancun. He said the man’s wife was exhibiting symptoms of the flu at the time of the news conference and her results are still pending.Advertisement Bowering said like the rest of Canada, the case is minor compared to Mexico’s.Meanwhile, Northern Health sent a letter to the School District 60 today, outlining precautionary measures. It recommends the district continue all educational programs and school activities as normal. It also recommends letting students who travelled to Mexico to participate in regular activities. It says it’s the responsibility of travelers to monitor themselves for symptoms.A Vernon School was closed on Thursday after a child came down with the H1N1 flu, bringing the total of BC cases to 11. Beairsto Elementary will be closed for the next week after the student got sick, but officials say the child has only a mild case of the flu and is at home recovering.Provincial health officials are urging people not to panic over the illness.Advertisementlast_img read more

Liverpool finish US jaunt with draw against Sporting Lisbon

first_img0Shares0000Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet mishandles a shot from Sporting CP’s Bruno Fernandes that leads to a goal in their pre-season friendly match at Yankee Stadium © GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP / AL BELLOWASHINGTON, United States, Jul 25 – Liverpool wrapped up their US tour with a 2-2 draw Wednesday against Sporting CP as the English Premier side failed to win a game in their first trip abroad since being crowned European champs.Liverpool finished with no victories to show from their three-match stateside tour but did manage to salvage a tie against the reigning Portuguese champions at Yankee Stadium in New York. Marcus Wendel tied the game at 2-2 in the 53rd minute with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner after being set up by midfield star Bruno Fernandes.Fernandes and Wendel also combined on the first goal of the game in the fourth minute for the 18-time Portuguese champs. Fernandes right footed a seemingly harmless long shot that Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet mishandled before it went into the net.Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum scored goals for the Reds who played all three exhibition contests in iconic American sports venues.Jurgen Klopp’s side was missing several of their top players, including forwards Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, who were taking a break after competing in COPA America and African Cup of Nations. Goalkeeper Alisson also decided not to make the trip.Liverpool came into the contest wondering how they managed to drop their first two games. They lost a 2-1 decision to Spanish club Sevilla on Sunday at Boston’s Fenway Park, following a 3-2 defeat to Germany’s Borussia Dortmund at Notre Dame Stadium on Friday.Sporting’s Luciano Vietto had one of the best scoring chances of Wednesday’s game but was stopped twice in a row from point-blank range by Mignolet just before the half.Teen sensation Sepp van den Berg made his exhibition debut for Liverpool in the Yankee Stadium showdown, as the 17-year-old Dutch defender came on in the 89th minute. Liverpool signed the teen over the summer from Eredivisie side PEC Zwolle.Liverpool will now head home to Merseyside before facing Napoli in Edinburgh this weekend and then depart for a training camp in Evian.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

West Ham transfer news: Serie A striker latest, plus more

first_img Robin van Persie (Fenerbahce) – Although the Hammers are keen on landing a new striker, they have rejected the chance to sign ex-Arsenal and Manchester United man Van Persie. After one campaign in Turkey, the player is ready to return to England but, when handed the opportunity to sign him, with the player taking a pay cut, the Hammers still refused to do business with Fenerbahce, say the Daily Mail. It’s the start of a new era for West Ham as they move to the Olympic Stadium in east London.The Hammers have already bolstered their squad with a couple of intriguing free transfers as Sofiane Feghouli and Havard Nordtveit join the club.But Slaven Bilic still has business to attend to and it appears a striker is very high on his wishlist.Numerous forwards have been linked with a switch to West Ham but, so far, only 19-year-old Spaniard Toni Martinez has joined the club as they prepare for the 2016/17 season.So what’s the latest news? Click the right arrow above to find out… 4 4 Carlos Bacca (AC Milan) – Click the right arrow above to find out the latest West Ham United transfer rumours… – West Ham are set to meet with the Colombian striker’s representatives on Monday as they look to make a deal happen. A fee of around £20m should be agreed but, according to the Daily Mail, the player’s demands are incredible high. Paid £60,000 a week in Italy, it seems he would want around £120,000 a week – the same amount Dimitri Payet earns. 4 Atiba Hutchinson (Besiktas) – Already set to land Gokhan Tore from his old side, Slaven Bilic is also ready to raid them for Canada international Hutchinson. The Turkish side, though, want more than the £3m offered so far for the ex-PSV Eindhoven midfielder. 4 Manolo Gabbiadini (Napoli) – West Ham’s hopes of landing the Italy star are fading as the Naples club hold on for a transfer fee in the region of £21. The Hammers had hoped to snag the ex-Sampdoria star for around £17m but they and transfer rivals Inter Milan are being priced out of a move by Napoli.last_img read more

PUB WITH PERFECT RECORD HAD PARTY GOING ON AT 1.40AM

first_imgA bar with a spotless record has been ordered to pay €200 to charity after being found guilty of having people on the premises after hours.Letterkenny District Court was told that Gardai were passing by Maggie’s Tavern in Carrickmore, St.Johnston on August 14th last.When Gardai entered the premises, the were approximately 65 people in the bar and a DK was playing music. Solicitor Fiona Browne told the court that the bar had no previous convictions of any sort and was a very well-run establishment.She said it was located between two rural villages and it depends from revenue from such parties to survive.She said she had been at functions herself in the bar and it was a very well-run establishment which usually provided its own transport to leave customers home.On the night in question a 40th birthday party was taking place.Judge Paul Kelly ordered the proprietor Alice Lynch to pay €200 to the Donegal Hospice.PUB WITH PERFECT RECORD HAD PARTY GOING ON AT 1.40AM was last modified: June 22nd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:after hoursdonegalMaggie’s tavernSt Johnstonlast_img read more

Leeds set for ‘exciting season’ under Marcelo Bielsa, says captain Liam Cooper

first_img 1 Leeds United captain Liam Cooper has told talkSPORT the club could be in for a special season under new manager Marcelo Bielsa.The Whites got the new Championship campaign off to a winning start as they comfortably beat Stoke City 3-1 at Elland Road on Sunday.Mateusz Klich and Pablo Hernandez gave Leeds a 2-0 lead before half-time, with Cooper nodding in their third goal from a Barry Douglas corner.And the skipper says their performance was a taste of what’s to come under former Argentina boss Bielsa. Marcelo Bielsa has been hired to try and end Leeds’ 14-year absence from the Premier League Known for his intense approach and gruelling training regimes, Cooper revealed 63-year-old Bielsa had the team running triple and sometimes even quadruple sessions a day during their pre-season preparations.But the defender has hailed the new boss and told talkSPORT host Jim White the squad have fully bought into the experienced coach’s attacking philosophy.“From day one when the manager came in, he said we’re going to take risks and we’re going to be offensive,” Cooper said on Tuesday.“He doesn’t want his teams to defend too much and he’s adamant we’re going to take risks, and that’s the way we’re going to play.“It’s going to be exciting.“The lads have really bought into his philosophy and what he wants us to do and try.“It took some getting used to – we were running three and four sessions a day for five or weeks over the summer – but now you can see in training the performances levels have gone up and the fitness levels are really high.“The lads are saying it’s the fittest they’ve ever felt, so long may that continue.” 👏 | Today’s attendance is 34,126, with 2,471 making the journey from Stoke. Thank you for your unbeatable support!3-1 | #LEESTO— Leeds United (@LUFC) August 5, 2018Cooper also hailed Leeds fans for their continued support, and vowed to give them something to celebrate this term after slipping away in the league last season, eventually finishing in 13th place.The Whites defender added: “The fans deserve something this season, 100 per cent. They turn out in their numbers week-in, week-out.“Against Stoke at Elland Road on Sunday, that was certainly one of the best atmospheres I’ve played in.“They’re a credit to the club and a credit to themselves, they pay big money to come and watch us play and the boys, myself and the whole club are very grateful for that.”Listen back to talkSPORT’s interview with Leeds United captain Liam Cooper IN FULL above!last_img read more