printTCU guard Owen Aschieris hits on one of his four free throws against West Virginia en route to a career-high four points. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.There’s no place like home for the Horned Frogs as they secured a 31-point victory, 98-67, over West Virginia Tuesday. The win improves their record to 13-3 overall and 2-2 in the Big 12.Six of the eight Horned Frogs to see the floor Tuesday night scored in double figures with guard Desmond Bane leading all players with 26 points, a season-high, and guard Alex Robinson notching a double-double with 14 points and 10 assists.“You want to take care of the ball versus their over-plays and denials, and I thought we did a good job of that, we made our threes,” TCU head coach Jamie Dixon said. “I would’ve liked to have finished a little bit more at the rim, but obviously 12-of-28 from three and 20 assists to go with turnover numbers that you would like against this team.”TCU guard Desmond Bane lays-in two of his season-high 26 points against West Virginia. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.After trailing 5-2 to begin the night, TCU ripped off a 19-2 run to take a 14-point lead, 21-7, and never looked back.The Horned Frogs would take a 20-point lead into the break, 48-28. Efficient three-point shooting factored into TCU’s success in the first half as they shot 56 percent, 5-of-9, from behind the arc. Noi, Miller, Robinson, Kendric Davis and Lat Mayen all connected from distance in the first 20 minutes.Mayen, a redshirt freshman from Australia, has dealt with multiple injuries during his time at TCU, including a torn meniscus in his right knee in December of 2017 and a bone bruise in his right leg that he suffered this summer. Against West Virginia, he totaled a career-high 12 points and six rebounds.“He was huge for us, and we knew he was always going to have an impact on the game, it was just a matter of getting him healthy,” Robinson said. “We got to experience it for a full year now.”TCU forward Lat Mayen hits one of his three made free throws against West Virginia on his way to a career-high 12 points and six rebounds. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.The second half picked up right where the first left off. The Horned Frogs went on an 18-8 run to begin the second half with 12 of those points coming from Noi and Bane.Another player who had a career-night to cap off a career week was sophomore guard Owen Aschieris.He was surprised by a campus police officer during a team film session that he would be put on scholarship for the spring semester Monday.“It’s really hard to describe because so much work went into this, and it’s been a crazy journey going from high school and not being recruited to the women’s’ scout team, and then walking on,” Aschieris said. “So many people behind me and to get this scholarship and talking [to the media] right now, I’m going to need a few days to let my mind chill.”His teammates were overjoyed to see his hard work rewarded.“He deserves it, over the summer, I thought I worked pretty hard,” Bane said. “The moment he got on the team, he was pushing me to get in the gym, trying to get up a 1,000 shots a day this summer, I thought that this dude is crazy. I was trying to shoot with him, but my shoulder was getting stiff and locking up on me.”Aschieris and the Horned Frogs will look for their first Big 12 road win this season at 3 p.m. on Saturday in Manhattan, Kan. against the Kansas State Wildcats.“It’s going to be tough at Kansas State, they have an extremely great student section there and atmosphere, and it’s an interesting set-up, all the fans come down,” Robinson said. “If we prepare the way we did today and hold them to under 40 percent shooting, we should be fine.”<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee Boschini: ‘None of the talk matters because Jamie Dixon is staying’ TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Twitter Twitter Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Previous articleFootball add transfer quarterback to rosterNext articleTCU’s network leaves students, faculty with irregular wireless connection Garrett Podell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Garrett is a Journalism and Sports Broadcasting double major. 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News Help by sharing this information October 2, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts RSF_en Gopolan Nair was sentenced in the lower court to three months in prison. It is not the harshest penalty for “insult” under Article 228 of the criminal code but the severest sentence under Chapter 228 on insult and physical injury under the Emergency Act. Gopolan Nair faced one year in prison and a 5,000 dollars fine—————–Reporters Without Borders condemns the three-month prison sentence which a Singapore court imposed yesterday on blogger Gopalan Nair for insulting a high court judge in a blog entry. A Singaporean lawyer who became a US citizen in 2005, Nair plans to file an appeal on 20 September, the day he is due to begin serving his prison sentence.“This sentence is disproportionate,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Nair was given the severest sentence possible under the criminal code for insult. We urge the judicial authorities to be reasonable and to reverse this decision to send a blogger to prison.”Nair’s trial under article 228 of the criminal code began on 10 September. He defended himself.During the first hearing, Nair denied allegations that he had sent emails to Belinda Ang, the high court judge he was accused of insulting, and to another judge. “What I wrote on my blog is addressed to the whole world,” he said. He also accused the police of taking his notebook containing the password to his email account and blog.Nair, 58, was arrested in Singapore on 31 May under article 13 (d) of the Miscellaneous offences Act) and was charged four days later with “sedition” (http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/) for criticising Ang and another judge, Lai Siew Chiu, for their handling of a defamation case that resulted in Chee Soon Juan, the head of the opposition Singapore Democratic Party, spending 12 days in prison (and his sister, Siok Chin, spending 10 days in prison).Nair was freed on bail on 5 June pending trial. His blog is still accessible in Singapore. SingaporeAsia – Pacific Organisation SingaporeAsia – Pacific October 15, 2020 Find out more Singaporean website prosecuted over election coverage RSF’s denounces Singapore’s disregard of press freedom ahead of its Universal Periodic Review Follow the news on Singapore News September 18, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Blogger Gopalan Nair gets three months in prison for insulting judge News to go further News Coronavirus: State measures must not allow surveillance of journalists and their sources April 10, 2020 Find out more
Top StoriesAircraft Public Health Rules Incorporated In The SOP For Evacuation Purposes: Centre Tells SC Sanya Talwar8 May 2020 7:19 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Friday took up for hearing a plea seeking directions to the Centre for formulating proper guidelines and protocols in order to evacuate Indian citizens stranded abroad.A bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul & BR Gavai took note of the Centre’s submission that the draft rules vis-à-vis Aircraft Public Health Rules 2017 have been…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Friday took up for hearing a plea seeking directions to the Centre for formulating proper guidelines and protocols in order to evacuate Indian citizens stranded abroad.A bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul & BR Gavai took note of the Centre’s submission that the draft rules vis-à-vis Aircraft Public Health Rules 2017 have been incorporated in the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for evacuation purposes and as prayed for by the petitioner.The bench accordingly disposed off the matter.The petitioner is Sunil Azeez, an NRI businessman who is based in Sharjah. It has been drawn by Advocate Kuriakose Varghese and filed by KMNP Law AoR. It focuses on evacuation process in a phased and non-arbitrary manner by surfacing nuances of the existing domestic laws and policies and well as international frameworks.Accordingly, the plea averred that since the country is currently being administered under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, “a coordinated and prompt response and right approach at a unified and integrated level” is need of the hour.While emphasising that the present petition is different from various other evacuation petitions have been filed in the past, the petitioner contends that “the remit of this Petition is slightly different where the evacuation is only a part of the whole and – not the whole”Moroever, it was contended that as the most vulnerable groups of people such pregnant women, senior citizens, skilled and semi-skilled workers etc. have been bearing maximum brunt of the pandemic, a fine-tuned and nuances approach is required in terms of protocols adopted for evacuation.Apropos this, the petitioner highlighted that as “the lack of a legal framework and an identifiable institutional heirarchy” already burdens the institutional frameworks in motion due to “indetrminate rules”, the petitioner sought to highlight the “legal vacuum” in which the proposed evacuation which “as of now is understood” may operate.To effectuate this, a number of stakeholders including the National Executive Chairman (Union Home Secretary) as well as the Ministry of Civil Aviation have been impleaded in the petition.In light of the above, the petitioner proposes the following suggestions as “broadline points in law at a macro-level”:-1) Need for unified Indian Law and the WHO’s Health Regulations in order to provide the legal architecture where our laws intersect with international law – particularly international health laws2) Aircraft Rules and adoption of DRAFTs of 2015 & correction of an anomaly that exists in Sections 35 & 75 of the DMA 2005Petitioner avers that the the current Indian Aircraft (Public Health) Rules of 1954 are not attuned woth the WHOs IHR 2005, even though new drafts were brought out in 2015 and 2017. They were however, not notified for “unknown reasons”, contends the plea. “This dichotomy ought to be immediately corrected to align our domestic Rules with international best health practices by recourse to inter alia Section 35 & 75 of the DMA, 2005″3) Need for inter-ministerial coordination in terms of tackling complicated tasks, host country regulations and cross-border tracel issues”Proven and capable officers in each of these Departments are required to evaluate the issues on priority basis for effective executive action. DMA 2005 definitely provides for the same and there is no lacuna whatsoever or any shades of grey, which normally acts as inhibitors”4) Urgent Constitition of a Sub-Committee vis-à-vis Section 9 of the DMA, 2005: “The Respondent No.1 is fully empowered to constitute the Sub-Committee including all the relevant Ministries mentioned including the MHA, MEA, MoCA, MoHFW and other relevant ministries/agencies/bodies and is in fact duty bound to do so”5) State Governments – consensual Decision Making within DMA – 2005: “Chief Secretaries of the top five States that have the highest emigration/returnees could be identified (as a reasonable classification) based on identifiable intelligible differentia or such other criteria as shall be fair, just and reasonable”6) Formulating clear protocol/guidelines for all furture evacuation contingencies.Next Story
Hopefully, these ten tax tips will provide you with an accurate and cost efficient filing of your 2014 income tax return.by: Bonnie Lee, TaxpertiseWe’re rolling into the April 15 deadline very soon. Hopefully, these ten tax tips will provide you with an accurate and cost efficient filing of your 2014 income tax return. Keep in mind that mistakes made on a tax return can cause refund delays because it takes the IRS longer to process your tax return. Some mistakes may cause your tax return to be rejected during the electronic filing process. And many other errors can flag you for audit or cost you penalties.Here are ten tips to make this tax season less stressful:Make sure that all Social Security numbers for you, your spouse and your dependents have been entered accurately and as shown on the social security cards.If your dependent had income and filed a tax return but still qualified as your dependent, make sure he or she checked the applicable box(es) on line 5 of Form 1040-EZ to indicate that he/she is being taken as a dependent on another person’s tax return. Otherwise, your tax return will be rejected for e-filing. You may have to file an extension for your tax return then amend your dependent’s tax return, allowing eight weeks for processing before filing you tax return.Are you using the correct filing status? If you are single you may qualify as Head of Household. Then again you may not. Use the Interactive-Tax-Assistant on the IRS website to determine your correct filing status. It makes a difference in how much tax you will pay.Make sure the names on the tax return match exactly to the Social Security cards. Don’t use nicknames; use given names as shown on the Social Security card otherwise, you risk rejection of the electronic filed return thus delaying your refund.Check your math! Even if you are using tax software, math errors can occur. For example, you list your charitable contributions on Schedule A for a total of $2000. But when you run a tape off your cancelled checks, it adds up to $1,500. Find the discrepancy and correct it. continue reading » 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
58 Newmarket St, Hendra. Picture: realestate.com.auNEW, like new or newly renovated, check out Brisbane’s latest hot property listings.If it is Hamptons’ style you are after this home at 58 Newmarket St, Hendra has it.The newly built home has five bedrooms three bathrooms and a large kitchen off the living and dining area.The bedrooms are upstairs where there is also an entertainment zone.The master bedroom has an ensuite with separate “wash stations’’ and an extra large shower. There is a swimming pool and landscaped gardens as well.At 40 Fanny St, Annerley an offer in the mid to high $800,000s will secure you this four-bedroom, four-bathroom house.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours ago40 Fanny St, Annerley. Picture: realestate.com.auThe fully restored Queenslander has views of Mt Cootha.Inside the kitchen has been done up with 40mm stone benches, SMEG gas cooktop and appliances.Despite the restoration it still retains original character through stained glass features, VJ walls, feature arches and original floors.This home at 283 Rode Rd, Wavell Heights is described at industrial chic meets contemporary class. 283 Rode Rd, Wavell Heights. Picture: realestate.com.auIt has five bedrooms and uses recycled bricks and cool metal tones to give a contemporary feel.The home has an additional pod at the front complete with a chef’s kitchen, ensuite and sweeping city views.
Tallahassee Police Department(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) — A suspect who poured gasoline on a Taco Bell customer and then set them on fire is being hunted by Florida police for attempted murder after the victim was left with serious injuries.The incident occurred on Wednesday at approximately 6:18 p.m. at a Tallahassee Taco Bell restaurant when the suspect entered the establishment, doused the female victim with gasoline and then lit them on fire.The suspect has been identified as Mia Williams, 32, “who identifies as a black female,” according to a statement released by Officer Rachel Denmark of the Tallahassee Police Department.Williams fled the scene of the crime on foot and police are currently looking for her whereabouts.“Williams was last seen wearing a black shirt with white writing, tan capri styled pants, and a red wrap on her head. Williams also had several necklaces around their neck,” the statement read.The victim, who currently remains unidentified, was taken to hospital by helicopter after suffering serious injuries.Investigators don’t yet know if the suspect knew the female victim involved in the attack or if it was done at random.Tallahassee Police Department spokesman Damon Miller told the Tallahassee Democrat: ”At this time, (investigators) are on scene trying to basically solve this puzzle, to figure out why this heinous crime was committed.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Hockey Night in Canada icon Don Cherry is not in favour of Hockey Canada’s recent decision to ban body checking at the peewee level.During his Coaches Corner segment Saturday, Cherry disagreed with Hockey Canada’s decision to ban bodychecking for peewee players saying young players will be ill-prepared and unsafe when physical contact is introduced at higher levels. “You [Hockey Canada] have good intentions, but hey listen, the road to hell is paved with good intentions,” he said on his Hockey Night in Canada segment. “You’re gonna be sorry. You watch and see, you will be sorry.”The decision came during Hockey Canada’s 94th Annual General Meeting in Charlottetown P.E.I.The meeting was attended by more than 250 delegates from across the country.The new body-checking rule change approved at 2013 Hockey Canada Annual General Meeting reads:• A modification to playing rule 6.2b was approved, removing body-checking from Peewee levels and below within leagues governed by Hockey Canada, starting in 2013-14. * In addition to this rule change, a work group has been directed to build a mandatory national checking and instructional resource program to support the progressive implementation of checking skills at the Novice to Peewee levels to better prepare players for body-checking at the Bantam and Midget level.
SISE DREAMING OF DERBY FEVER WITH PROSPECT PARKCliff Sise Jr. couldn’t be blamed for being smitten with Derby Fever after Prospect Park aired to a 5 ¼-length victory in a one-mile overnight race at Santa Anita on Friday.It wasn’t just the margin of victory that impressed not only Sise, but hard-core race trackers. The 3-year-old son of Tapit owned and bred by Marty and Pam Wygod barely took a deep breath as Kent Desormeaux had the Kentucky-bred colt in hand the final sixteenth.It was the second straight win from five starts for Prospect Park, who does his training at San Luis Rey Downs where the 63-year-old Sise has some 30 horses in training, including some promising youngsters.“Marty always wanted me to break his babies,” Sise said. “Marty was nice enough last year to send all the 2-year-olds to me. I didn’t know if I was going to get them ready for other trainers, or what.“But he came out one day and we had a little celebration at the barn and told me he was going to let me run Prospect Park, so as of right now, everything’s good.“I loved the horse on Friday. He changed so much from the race before (a neck victory in a maiden allowance route at Santa Anita on Dec, 27). He ran good that day but he got sick two nights before with a little colic. We don’t know how much that took out of him.“He was OK the morning of the race so we ran him and he won. After that race he came back and trained like a different horse. He was stronger, and everything’s going good at the right time now.”Asked if he had a race in mind, Sise said, “Not really. I’ll leave that up to Marty Wygod. We’ll try to find the easiest spot for him.”Sise, who at 20 was the youngest to get a trainer’s license at that time when he started his career, has never run a horse in the Kentucky Derby, but that doesn’t stop him from dreaming.“I had a couple I hoped would run there,” he said, “but something always happened.”Sise recently returned to training a year after another endeavor.“I stopped as a trainer to run Rancho Paseana for Jenny Craig for two years,” Sise said. “That was enjoyable, but when San Luis Rey reopened, I came back to training in January of last year.” Martin Pedroza781013613%$378,950 Mark Casse3365418%$544,320 Kent Desormeaux791912924%$1,059,592 A. C. Avila1540127%$83,410 Victor Espinoza711213817%$736,710 Doug O’Neill6287813%$407,486 Hector Palma1142036%$79,510 Rafael Bejarano11028181825%$1,274,134 John Sadler49561010%$323,432 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Corey Nakatani5888714%$472,850 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Peter Miller651216618%$723,830 Michael Pender1743024%$121,600 Fernando Perez8388710%$323,804 Drayden Van Dyke9310101611%$594,126 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Bob Baffert45711716%$799,118 Tyler Baze11814111612%$901,344 Gary Stevens4395721%$613,810 FINISH LINES: Trainer Jeff Bonde said Distinctiv Passion came out of his fourth-place finish as the 2-1 favorite in Saturday’s Palos Verdes Stakes in good order after the speedster broke from the No. 1 post position in the six furlong sprint. Asked about a possible run in the $2 million Golden Shaheen in Dubai on March 28, Bonde said, “We’ll regroup. He’s a good horse. We’ll find a race.” . . . With four wins yesterday, Joe Talamo ended a dry spell and jumped into a tie for sixth in Santa Anita’s standings with 10 victories. Tiago Pereira575479%$159,320 Mike Smith521010819%$817,761 Edwin Maldonado544387%$200,136 Elvis Trujillo931213813%$778,836 Joseph Talamo9810121310%$809,914 Brandon Boulanger545249%$119,406 -30- Richard Mandella2553520%$231,900 James Cassidy2945414%$170,210 CHROME SET FOR SAN ANTONIO; HOPPERTUNITY INSISE GETS EARLY DOSE OF KENTUCKY DERBY FEVERSANTA ANITA RIDERS SET FOR BASKETBALL CHARITY Flavien Prat4272517%$276,800 SANTA ANITA JOCKEYS-HOLY ANGELS ON TAP FEB. 12The 48th annual Santa Anita Jockeys vs. Holy Angels School Charity Basketball Game will take place Thursday, Feb. 12, at La Salle High School in Pasadena with proceeds to benefit the Holy Angels athletic program, the Kentucky-based Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF) and the Eye on Jacob Foundation.Sponsored by J. Paul Reddam’s CashCall and Santa Anita Park, game time is 7:15 p.m., with admission doors opening at 6:15 p.m.Hall of Fame jockeys Kent Desormeaux, Laffit Pincay, Jr., Mike Smith, Alex Solis and Gary Stevens will be available for an autograph signing session beginning at 6:30 p.m.With Pincay serving as honorary team captain, Desormeaux, Smith and Solis will comprise a team of fellow active riders such as William Antongeorgi, Tyler Baze, Rafael Bejarano, Brice Blanc, Brandon Boulanger, Alex Canchari, Victor Espinoza, Santiago Gonzalez, Mario Gutierrez, Aaron Gryder, Edwin Maldonado, Felipe Martinez, Corey Nakatani, Irving Orozco, Martin Pedroza, Fernando Perez, Tiago Pereira, Flavien Prat, Iggy Puglisi, Kayla Stra, Joe Talamo, Elvis Trujillo, Drayden Van Dyke and perhaps others.“We look forward to this game every year,” said Nakatani, perennially one of the most competitive jockeys on the squad. “The game is fun for everyone, the jocks, the Holy Angels’ kids, all of our families and the fans who come to support us. It’s a great night where we can all get together, have fun and help raise money for some great causes. I’ve really enjoyed it over the years.”The PDJF helps assist permanently disabled jockeys nationwide, while the Eye on Jacob Foundation, named for Jacob Desormeaux, who is the 16-year-old son of Kent, benefits those suffering from Usher’s Syndrome. An extremely rare neurological disorder, Usher’s Syndrome causes progressive loss of hearing, imbalance, and eventual loss of sight in approximately 14,000 children in the United States.HRTV’s Kurt Hoover, a former standout cager at Arcadia High School, will again coach the jockeys’ team. Known for his laid-back approach, Hoover stated his game-day philosophy will be similar to that of past years–“We’ll keep the clock runnin’ and just let ’em run and gun.”Tickets are $5 per person, and for every two tickets purchased, individuals receive one free admission ticket to Santa Anita. Additionally, there will be opportunities to win a trip to Las Vegas and a Paintball Package to Hollywood Sports Paintball and Airsoft Park.La Salle High School is located at the southwest corner of Michillinda Ave. and Sierra Madre Blvd. in Pasadena, approximately four miles northwest of Santa Anita. Admission tickets and promotional tee shirts are on sale now at Champions! Gifts and Apparel in Santa Anita’s East Paddock Gardens, or through Holy Angels School. Mark Glatt3557514%$276,392 BIGGER, BETTER VERSION OF CHROME IN 2015Take it from a man who’s been as close to the horse as anyone: CaliforniaChrome is bigger and better than last year.So says Victor Espinoza, who rode the California-bred son of Lucky Pulpit to victories in four Grade I races last year en route to Eclipse Awards as Horse of the Year and male 3-year-old of the year.“I think he’s stronger this year,” said Espinoza, who worked the immensely popular chestnut five furlongs Sunday morning at his Los Alamitos base in 1:03.60 in his final major breeze for Saturday’s $500,000 San Antonio Invitational at Santa Anita.With blinkers on and over a cleared race track, Chrome’s fractional times were 25 1/5 and 49 4/5, according to Los Alamitos head clocker Russ Hudak.“He went good; we’re happy with him,” said Alan Sherman, son of and assistant to his father, Art, who trains California Chrome. “He’ll ship to Santa Anita on Tuesday and gallop on the track Wednesday.”Added Espinoza: “The way he feels when I work him, he’s bigger and more mature. From last year to this is a big difference. He’s been working really strong. I believe he’ll run as good as a 4-year-old as he did at three.”Said Art Sherman: “I thought he was going to work him faster. Victor told me that he goes so easy he was afraid he would go too fast if he clucked to him. I was looking for a minute and change; that would have helped me a lot more going into this race.“I think it’s a good work but I would have liked a sharper workout for this race. He’s doing so good though, so . . . his gallop out was stronger than it has been. He galloped out (six furlongs) in 1:11.80. He was so strong pulling up. He’ll be fresh and ready, I can tell you that.”Chrome is expected to face once-beaten male 2-year-old champion of 2013 Shared Belief and eye-catching San Pasqual winner Hoppertunity, among others in the eagerly anticipated San Antonio Invitational, which will decided at a mile and an eighth for older horses.“He’s running,” Baffert said unequivocally after Hoppertunity worked six furlongs in company Sunday morning in 1:14.20 under Martin Garcia. Stablemate Doctor Dempsey was clocked in 1:14.60.“That’s good for him,” Baffert said of Hoppertunity’s time.Shared Belief is scheduled to have his final major breeze for the San Antonio at his Golden Gate Fields base on Tuesday, then ship to Santa Anita on Wednesday. “He’ll work a half-mile under Russell Baze,” Jerry Hollendorfer said by phone Sunday morning.Shared Belief, who could very well be unbeaten had his chances of winning the Breeders’ Cup Classic not been compromised by a rough start, will be seeking his ninth win from 10 career starts in the San Antonio.“He’s a very consistent horse,” Hollendorfer said.Probable for the San Antonio, which will be limited to 10 starters: Bronzo, Gary Stevens; California Chrome, Victor Espinoza; Clubhouse Ride, Aaron Gryder; Hoppertunity, Martin Garcia; Shared Belief, Mike Smith; Tonito M., Rafael Bejarano; Alfa Bird, Tyler Baze; and Imperative, Flavien Prat. In other San Antonio news: Trainer Bob Hess Jr. said Sunday morning he was “50-50” on running San Pasqual third-place finisher Blue Tone in the San Antonio or the Donn at Gulfstream the same day. “If he runs here,” Hess said, “Kent (Desormeaux) will ride him.”Blue Tone worked five furlongs Sunday morning in a bullet 59 flat, fastest of 59 drills at the distance, the average time of which 1:01.31.Trainer Mark Casse said he “wasn’t sure” on Dynamic Sky, who also is nominated to Saturday’s San Marcos Stakes at 1 1/8 miles on turf, where the son of Sky Mesa owned by John Oxley has run seven times in his 21-race career.“We’ve been preparing him like he’s going to run in the dirt race,” Casse said. “We’re definitely thinking about it and appreciate being invited. We’ll talk to Mr. Oxley and decide.”Trainer Sean McCarthy said Gold Cup at Santa Anita winner Majestic Harbor will go in the San Marcos, not the San Antonio. Majestic Harbor worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s main track Sunday in 1:00.40.The race will be televised nationally on Fox Sports 1. Eddie Truman840150%$168,030 Peter Eurton3574720%$317,208 Jeff Bonde1840322%$178,930 Jerry Hollendorfer7516111021%$1,507,254 Philip D’Amato3358615%$315,730 Richard Baltas2752319%$155,308 (Current Through Saturday, Jan. 31) Martin Garcia55812615%$817,400
Volunteer Youth Corps (VYC) Inc, in collaboration with ExxonMobil Guyana, on Saturday hosted the sixth annual STEM Conference at the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel, Providence, East Bank Demerara (EBD).Executives of ExxonMobil and Volunteer Youth Corps on Saturday at the Princess Ramada HotelThe event saw more than 400 students from various high schools across the country in attendance.Activities included a short robotics programming course, demonstration and competition; interactive science experiment coaching and demonstrations; and career guidance.Presentations were done by ExxonMobil Guyana Geoscience Manager Doug McGehee; Assistant to Minister of State in the Ministry of the Presidency, Dr Astell Collins; Assistant Chief Education Officer (Technical) Ministry of Education, Patrick Chinedu Onwuzirike; and other professionals within the oil and gas, technology, business and engineering sectors.A group of young people at the Conference on Saturday“It is our hope to have all students across the various high schools understand the importance of Math and Technology in efforts to gear up for future opportunities in Guyana,” said VYC CEO Goldie Scott.“We consider it extremely important to motivate students to follow career paths in Technology, Math and Engineering. Activities like this are impactful in our efforts to promote students’ interest in these fields.”ExxonMobil Guyana Public and Government Affairs Manager Deedra Moe stated: “Education is the fundamental building block of individual opportunity and economic growth, and STEM skills, in particular, are critical to ensuring today’s students are prepared for the jobs of the 21st Century.”“We are proud to support programmes that help educators enhance their teaching skills and motivate students to pursue careers in Math and Science.”Since 2012, the VYC has been partnering with ExxonMobil Guyana to implement STEM education in schools. One of the initiatives implemented engages third and fourth form students in a variety of STEM after-school learning programmes in Georgetown.The programmes include practical lessons in Physics, Chemistry, Integrated Science and Information Technology, as well as a three-day science camp at a local environmental facility.
REVEALED gameday Kane looked massively relieved to have scored ALTERED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card HE’S DONE IT! HARRY KANE HAS SCORED IN AUGUST! #COYS— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) August 18, 2018 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Kane took a total of 15 matches and 49 shots before breaking his duck on Saturday.Lucas Moura initially gave Spurs a first-half lead, but they were pegged back by Aleksandr Mitrovic. smart causal targets possible standings REVEALED Latest Tottenham News Harry Kane has scored in August!! pic.twitter.com/8G1kDMrovu— ManLikeTem! (@TemwaniMumba) August 18, 2018 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Harry Kane scoring in August can only mean one thing 🏆 pic.twitter.com/bOJ4UtGhv8— Kane10 (@HarryKaneGoals) August 18, 2018 Harry Kane has finally broken his August scoring hoodoo.The 25-year-old had famously never scored a Premier League goal for Tottenham in the month before Saturday’s 3-1 win against Fulham, and had gone a total of 1064 minutes without doing so. gameday cracker 1 – Harry Kane has scored a Premier League goal in August for the first time ever, in his 15th game in the month. Finally.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 18, 2018 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures A Kieran Trippier free-kick gave the home side back their advantage, before Kane produced a fine late finish to seal the win.He celebrated with a look of relief on his face, and caused a big reaction from onlooking supporters.You can read a round-up of the best from social media below. Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa Harry Kane isn’t even giving the other forwards a months head start anymore. It’s over, @premierleague.— Sean Walsh (@SeanDZWalsh) August 18, 2018 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? punished Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener 1 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won So Harry Kane has finally scored a goal in the month of August. That’s another piece of memorabilia that Spurs fans can stick in their trophy cabinet.— Ryan. 🔴 (@Vintage_Utd) August 18, 2018 no dice Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January