Golovkin-Lemieux Fight Sold Out

first_imgLOS ANGELES — Three years ago, Gennady Golovkin was largely unknown outside hard-core boxing circles. In two months, he’ll take on David Lemieux in an HBO pay-per-view fight for their four combined middleweight title belts at a sold-out Madison Square Garden.Although the Kazakh star’s charisma and his Canadian counterpart’s passionate fans played roles, Golovkin’s reputation for violent knockouts is the biggest reason these fighters have already sold more than 15,000 tickets. Only the cheap seats are left in New York’s famed arena for the Oct. 17 fight.Golovkin (33-0, 30 KOs) said he won’t allow his soaring stardom to distract him from the goal of unifying every middleweight championship.He already holds the WBA 160-pound title, the WBC interim title and the IBO belt, while Lemieux (34-2, 31 KOs) is the IBF champion.“Right now is an interesting time for me,” Golovkin said before a packed news conference in downtown Los Angeles, his adopted hometown. “I don’t lose motivation. My goal is all the middleweight championships. This is a big year for me, and next year will be even bigger.”It’s tough to get much bigger than a title unification fight at Madison Square Garden, where Golovkin will try for his 21st consecutive stoppage victory.Golovkin’s promoter, Tom Loeffler, deliberately set the ticket prices slightly lower than other high-profile New York fights to entice fans — and they responded even more aggressively than he expected, guaranteeing an eventual sellout.Golovkin and Lemieux also will make their debuts as HBO pay-per-view headliners on a card featuring vaunted Nicaraguan flyweight champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez against Brian Viloria.The pay-per-view decision rankled some Golovkin fans who have tracked his rise from relative obscurity in Germany to major bouts in New York and Los Angeles in the past two years.Yet Golovkin’s camp made a major financial offer to entice Lemieux into the ring after years of getting turned down by champions and well-known stars wary of Golovkin’s power and skill.“This is the first time anybody would agree to step in the ring with Gennady when they had something to lose,” said Loeffler. “I figured it would sell out (Madison Square Garden), but the response now, that exceeds whatever we thought. With every fight, he grows.”Golovkin’s stateside rise also led to a spike in his popularity back home in Kazakhstan, where he’s greeted as a hero whenever he returns.“I’m not a hero,” Golovkin said. “I’m a regular man. I’m a boxer.”Sure, GGG. On his last trip home to visit his mother, Golovkin stopped in at a soccer game and got a raucous, lengthy standing ovation from the crowd of 30,000 when it realized he was in the arena.Golovkin is even getting recognized regularly in Los Angeles, where he moved with his wife and young son. Although the champ doesn’t mind the attention, he doesn’t invite it, either.“I go to kindergarten, and I go to the gym,” he said with a grin. “That’s it.”Lemieux said he didn’t hesitate to take the biggest test of his career, and he could land legions of new fans with his brawling, relentless style. He claimed the vacant IBF title in June by knocking down Hassan N’Dam four times in a decision win.“What’s a better time than now?” Lemieux asked. “He’s at his best. I’m at my best. I’m confident in my abilities. I’m not scared of him. He’s a smart guy. He knows what he’s in against, but he’ll be surprised by my power.”Golovkin and Lemieux got along well during a three-city publicity tour this week, exchanging compliments on the dais before laughing at each other during the staredowns. Golovkin also enjoyed the chance to be around Bernard Hopkins, a partner in Golden Boy Promotions, which backs Lemieux.Those good feelings will evaporate in October when Golovkin goes after the victory that would move him to the next level of stardom in his meteoric three-year rise.“Right now, I more understand Bernard and what he did,” Golovkin said of Hopkins, who famously made 20 consecutive middleweight title defenses. “I promise an amazing show. Everybody understands this is a new step to the story.”(GREG BEACHAM, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more


World Cup 2019: Jofra Archer will take West Indies clash in his stride, says Eoin Morgan

first_imgEngland captain Eoin Morgan is relieved to have fast bowler Jofra Archer at his disposal for Friday’s World Cup clash against West Indies rather than having to face his pace.The Barbados-born 24-year-old, whose father is English, was cleared to play for England under new eligibility rules which meant he needed three years residency, rather then seven.He has grabbed his opportunity with both hands, taking three wickets for 27 runs in England’s opening World Cup win over South Africa and then took another three-wicket haul against Bangladesh, having gone wicket-less in the loss to Pakistan.Archer once played for West Indies under-19s so there is likely to be some extra edge when he runs in against them at Southampton’s Rose Bowl on Friday.”It is great that he’s in an England shirt at the moment,” Morgan told a news conference.”Jofra’s been very consistent over a long period of time since he came to Sussex.”Asked if it might be distracting playing against some of his former West Indies colleagues, Morgan recalled his own experiences having switched allegiance to England from Ireland.”He won’t know how it will feel until he plays the game tomorrow,” Morgan said. “I think being in that position myself it does feel different the first time you play against a side that either you could have potentially played for or played for.”But I’m sure he will handle it like he’s handled everything else so far. Every challenge he’s come up against so far he’s come out the other side really well. So let’s see how it goes.advertisement”We are not expecting anything majorly different.”Quality fast bowling has been a feature of the tournament so far with Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir leading the wicket-taking charts with 10, including five against Australia on Wednesday.Australian speedsters Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins are joint second with nine apiece.With Mark Wood a doubt with a swollen ankle, Archer’s pace will be key for England.”You need one, if not two (quick bowlers),” Morgan said. “Even the game yesterday, Australia against Pakistan. The big impact was when (Mitchell) Starc came back at the end of the innings to take those wickets.”Even when you go back to games that we played in the winter, big games, the big contributions all had to do with the fast bowlers.”Also Read | Shikhar Dhawan is going to be in a plaster for couple of weeks: Virat KohliAlso Read | World Cup 2019: India, New Zealand share points as rain ruins Trent Bridge gameAlso See:last_img read more


Inmate who spent four years in solitary subject to abhorrent treatment judge

first_imgA mentally ill Indigenous man kept in isolation in an Ontario jail for more than four years endured treatment so “abhorrent and “inhumane” it affected his ability to stand trial for murder, a judge ruled while staying the charge.Superior Court Justice John Fregeau ruled that Adam Capay, whose case sparked a public debate on solitary confinement in correctional facilities, endured permanent memory loss and had his pre-existing psychiatric disorders greatly exacerbated after spending four and a half years in segregation, often without proper sleep or access to mental health services.Fregeau’s late January decision, which resulted in Capay’s release, was subject to a publication ban that only lifted once prosecutors indicated this week they did not plan to appeal the stay of the first-degree murder charge in the case.Capay, 26, was accused of stabbing Sherman Quisses twice in the neck while both were at a correctional facility in Thunder Bay, Ont. While the judge acknowledged that Capay was responsible for Quisses’ death, he said the man’s subsequent years of isolation amounted to cruel and unusual punishment that violated his charter rights and left him unable to proceed to trial.“The treatment of the accused was, in my opinion, outrageous, abhorrent, and inhumane,” Fregeau wrote in his Jan. 28 decision. “There would be ongoing prejudice to the accused if forced to proceed to trial.”Fregeau’s ruling outlined a litany of difficult circumstances Capay faced beginning during his turbulent childhood on the Lac Seul First Nation in northwestern Ontario.Capay grew up in a family dominated by substance abuse and violence, the judge said. Capay was repeatedly sexually abused as a child, exposed to alcohol at age seven and had inhaled solvents by age eight, Fregeau wrote. Capay’s father once tried to force his son to kill him when he was 10, the judge added.Fregeau’s ruling said Capay was placed in segregation at the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre immediately after his 2012 attack on Quisses.Between June 4, 2012 and Dec. 6, 2016, Capay was largely kept in isolation for 23 hours a day.For much of that time, Capay languished in cells where the lights were kept on 24 hours a day. For long stretches, the detention blocks he was held in did not allow him to flush the toilet from inside the cell.Over his four and a half years in segregation, Fregeau found Capay received less than 11 hours of mental health support from jail staff.Capay’s long-standing isolation was known to correctional officials, who repeatedly signed off on extending his time in segregation even as the total number of days climbed up over the 1,600 mark.Fregeau noted Capay’s plight only came to light in 2016 after a guard tipped off Ontario’s human rights commissioner while she was visiting the facility.Calling the segregation review process “meaningless” in Capay’s case, Fregeau cited the testimony of an expert witness who described the system in dehumanizing terms.“People are filling out forms. They’re checking boxes, but it’s as if Adam Capay’s disappeared,” Michael Jackson, a British Columbia-based professor with expertise on the Indigenous people within the justice system, told court.Fregeau accepted testimony from other experts who said Capay suffered permanent memory loss and considerable deterioration in his mental state as a result of his long time in isolation.Crown lawyers had conceded his treatment while incarcerated amounted to cruel and unusual punishment, but said there were steps the court could take to ensure Capay still stood a fair trial. Defence lawyers contended the impacts of his segregation compromised his ability to stand trial or mount a credible defence.Capay’s lawyers said the decision to stay the first-degree murder charge is an indictment of the treatment their client endured.“A stay of proceedings was the only appropriate remedy,” Karen Symes and Adriel Weaver said. “The Crown’s decision not to appeal affirms that conclusion.”The lawyers acknowledged, however, that the decision is “a painful one” for Quisses’ family and community, saying they too suffered “profound harm” due to the actions of corrections officials.Capay’s case prompted the provincial Liberal government of the day to order a review of the use of segregation in jails. It also announced a 15-consecutive-day limit on inmates being held in disciplinary segregation, down from 30.The review, released in 2017, called for an end to indefinite segregation of inmates in the province’s jails, but stopped short of urging an outright ban on the practice.The province’s ombudsman has also urged the government to end indefinite segregation and said no inmate should be kept in isolation for more than 60 days in a year.Correctional Services Minister Sylvia Jones said the Progressive Conservative government respected Fregeau’s decision. Her thoughts were with the Quisses family, she said, noting the government has taken steps to manage inmates more effectively.“We must prevent a similar case from happening again,” she said.Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Presslast_img read more


Veteran actor Chinmoy Roy no more

first_imgKolkata: Veteran Bengali actor Chinmoy Roy has died, family sources said Monday. He was 79. Roy died of cardiac arrest at his Salt Lake residence at around 10:20 pm Sunday, they said. Roy is survived by his son and daughter, his wife actress Jui Banerjee had died a few years back. Born in Kumilla district in present day Bangladesh in 1940, Roy had started his career in Bengali films in the 60s and became indispensable to the film makers for his portrayal of comic characters retaining the very essence of Bengaliness and a certain culture. He was equally noticed along with big names like Soumitra Chatterjee and Rabi Ghosh in a classic comedy like Basanta Bilap or in Dhonni Meye. Roy had been cast by Satyajit Ray in a small role in children’s fantasy Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne. He immortalised the character of Tenyda in the film Charmurti which became a major hit in the 1980s.last_img read more


Worlds largest blue star sapphire found in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s gem industry, for which sapphire is the main export, is worth at least £70m ($103m) annually. The gem is valued at at least $100m and the current owner estimates that it could sell for up to $175m at auction. Sri Lanka’s Gem and Jewellery Association said in 2011 that the engagement ring for Catherine Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, included a sapphire mined in the country in the 1970s.It was previously owned by Diana, Princess of Wales. (Colombo Gazette) It has been named the The Star of Adam by its current owner, after a Muslim belief that Adam arrived in Sri Lanka after being sent away from the Garden of Eden. It is claimed he then lived on the slopes of a mountain now known as Adam’s Peak. The owner of the Star of Adam said he bought it thinking “this was not a piece of jewellery but an exhibition piece”.Speaking to the BBC, Armil Samoon, a leading gem and jewellery dealer in Sri Lanka, confirmed this was the largest blue star sapphire in the world.A 17kg (18 stone six pounds) rock containing sapphires was revealed in 2013, but the final weight of the gems inside is not yet known. Blue star sapphires are so named because of the distinctive mark found at their centre.“The moment I saw it, I decided to buy,” the current owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the BBC World Service’s Newsday programme. “When the stone was brought to me I suspected that it might be the world’s largest blue star sapphire. So I took a risk and bought it.”The owner said it was “absolutely confidential” how much he paid for it. The previous record holder weighed 1,395 carats.The new gem was mined in the city of Ratnapura, in southern Sri Lanka, which is known as the City of Gems. Gemologists in Sri Lanka claim that the largest blue star sapphire yet has been discovered in a mine in the country.The gemology institute in the capital Colombo has certified that the gem weighs 1404.49 carats and say they have not certified anything larger, the BBC reported. read more


How The LastPlace Bulls Became The Hottest Team In The East

CHICAGO — After the Bulls sparked controversy in June by trading their franchise star to launch a rebuild, the team’s floor — already below sea level — just kept dropping.In October, only days before the team’s season-opener, forwards Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic clashed during practice, with Mirotic suffering a concussion and fractured bones in his face. In November, the Warriors thrashed Chicago by 49 points — without All-Stars Kevin Durant and Draymond Green. Then earlier this month, things seemed to hit a new low. The Bulls, owners of a league-worst 3-20 mark, dropped a 10th-straight game, blowing a 16-point fourth-period lead to the Pacers.Fast forward two weeks, and that same ragtag collection of players who couldn’t buy a win in November is suddenly and mysteriously unbeatable. The Bulls, after blowing out Orlando on Wednesday, are winners of seven straight and own the East’s longest win streak. Only Golden State — 10 in a row — has more. If that seems bizarre … you’re right: Before this, no team in NBA history had ever lost 10 consecutive games (or more) and then rebounded with an immediate win streak of five games or more. Before this Bulls streak, FiveThirtyEight’s NBA projection system1Which, to be fair, doesn’t account for injuries like Mirotic’s. would have given Chicago just a 0.03 percent chance — 3 in 10,000 — of sweeping the seven games it’s won.The turnaround raises two questions for this young club: What, exactly, has changed in such a short amount of time? And are the Bulls at risk of jeopardizing their rebuild and a chance at a good lottery pick by winning too much? The Sixers Still Have Growing Pains To Work Out Related: The Lab Mirotic’s return is the easiest thing to connect to the Bulls’ streak, considering that it began with his first game back. He’s playing unsustainably well — it’s almost impossible to imagine his continuing to be the NBA’s most efficient high-volume post player while shooting 49 percent from the 3-point line. And he’s averaging 35.8 points and 14.1 rebounds per 100 possessions, which puts him among a handful of superstars in the league posting at least 35 and 10.Part of this is opportunity. Mirotic comes off the bench2When Lauri Markkanen is healthy enough to play. but is clearly the No. 1 option when he’s on the floor. That’s a change from the past, when he had to defer to Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade or Derrick Rose. But to his credit, Mirotic has made one key change in his game: The 6-foot-10 forward has been more decisive with the ball than in years past. In particular, he has largely shelved a pump fake that often seemed to do the opposite of its intended purpose.According to an analysis published in 2015 by Vantage Sports, Mirotic fired off a shot attempt after using a pump fake more than anyone in the league during the 2014-15 season, yet logged the worst field-goal percentage on those shots among the league’s most frequent pump fakers.3If you broaden the sample by one more year, Mirotic was even worse. He shot just 22 percent from the field after pump fakes over the two-season stretch covering 2014-15 and 2015-16, the worst in the league among players who attempted at least 100 shots after pump fakes in that window. (Unlike Stephen Curry or JJ Redick, who pump-fake their way into cleaner looks by using a side dribble, Mirotic often stood fully stationary and faked his way into a worse shot, which gave defenders extra time to close out on him even further. You can see the difference in the clips below — the first shows a failed pump fake from 2014 and the second, from Wednesday’s game, shows Mirotic shoot in rhythm without any hesitation.)Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/miroticpumpfake.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/miroticquick.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Pointing solely at Mirotic’s impact would be oversimplifying the genesis of the streak, though. Kris Dunn — acquired in the Butler trade after posting the league’s worst true-shooting percentage among regulars4Who played 15 minutes per night and in at least 65 games. last season — has settled in nicely as the starting point guard after an initial rough patch. He has been getting to the basket regularly — ranking fourth in the NBA during the Bulls’ win streak, with almost 18 drives per game — and finishing more consistently once he gets there.Quietly, backup shooting guard David Nwaba — who also recently returned after being injured — might be having the strongest influence on the team’s winning. He aggressively pushes the ball in transition, arguably one of the bigger shifts in Chicago’s identity. The Bulls have ranked second in pace during this streak, up from 23rd before it. The 24-year-old generates nearly 32 percent of his offense from transition opportunities, the highest rate in the NBA5Among players who’ve checked into at least 15 games and gotten at least two transition possessions per game. and has scored on an impressive 65 percent of those chances. That and his energy on defense explain Nwaba’s presence in eight of the Bulls’ nine most efficient two-man lineups6With at least 100 minutes played. up to this point.“It’s a lot easier for our team to score in transition instead of having to break down a set defense that’s already set up, so I like to run when I can,” said Nwaba, who is on pace to become the first 6-foot-4 or shorter player7Who has played at least 15 games and 20 minutes per contest. in 30 years to shoot 55 percent or better from the field. That mindset is particularly valuable to a points-starved Bulls team that, even after reeling off seven victories in a row, is essentially tied for last in the league in offensive efficiency.These two plays — in which Nwaba catches opposing players off guard by taking an extra dribble or two into the teeth of the transition defense — are typical of how he generates scores for Chicago.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/nwaba.mp400:0000:0000:19Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/extradribble.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The defensive improvement has been noteworthy as of late, too, especially since the Bulls have begun playing lineups with four defenders who can all switch their assignments and having their rim protector play pick-and-rolls less aggressively.But no one — well, except maybe Bulls forward Denzel Valentine — expects Chicago to continue playing at this level. (Tonight, the 10-20 Bulls take on LeBron James and the Cavs, who dominated them in a game just before this streak began.) It’s highly unlikely that the Bulls will maintain their Warriors- or Rockets-like shooting from midrange or that opposing teams will continue bricking wide-open threes against them in late-game scenarios.A quick look at the replies under this tweet (highlighting the Bulls’ streak) shows that Chicago fans are worrying about how this stretch of good basketball could hurt the team’s odds of landing a top lottery pick, a concern that still seems a bit premature considering everything that could take place between now and the end of the season.As good as Mirotic has looked, he has had to split playing time with Lauri Markkanen, the team’s promising first-round draft pick.8Also acquired in the Butler deal, although the Bulls traded their own pick to Minnesota as part of the deal. If Mirotic keeps playing anywhere near this level, the Chicago front office would have a nice asset once his contract becomes tradable9On Jan. 15. — a move that would free up more opportunity for Markkanen, who’s far younger and more athletic than Mirotic and has a similar skill set.Beyond that, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg told me and other reporters Wednesday that Zach LaVine is only two or three weeks away from seeing game action after tearing his ACL last season. His presence in the lineup will alter things considerably, for better or worse, as he knocks off the rust.All of this is simply another way of saying: Yes, the Bulls have been on a historic run the past couple of weeks, but they still have a fair number of flaws to work through. And for those worried about what the win streak means for tanking purposes, the educated guess here is that they’ll still lose plenty of games along the way to stay firmly in the lottery conversation.Check out our latest NBA predictions. read more


Willow TV to broadcast HERO CPL matches in USA

The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will be broadcast in the United States by Willow TV, the primary cricket broadcaster in the US. This will be the first time that Willow have brought coverage of the Biggest Party in Sport to the US, and cricket fans across the region will be brought coverage of the 34 matches of the tournament, including the four that will take place in Lauderhill, Florida on August 5 & 6, according to CPL.CPL said that in addition to the matches live on the Willow television channel on the Internet at www.willow.tv, they will also be partner with the CPL to air four matches live on their Facebook page that will be free to access by fans in the US. These matches will take place on Friday nights throughout the tournament. The matches will be as follows:Trinbago Knight Riders v Guyana Amazon Warriors, Friday August 11, 9pmSt Kitts & Nevis Patriots v Trident – Pride of Barbados, Friday August 18, 9pmJamaica Tallawahs v St Lucia Stars – Friday August 25, 8pmJamaica Tallawahs v Guyana Amazon Warriors, Friday September 1, 8pmThe tournament gets underway on August 4 when the St Lucia Stars take on the Trinbago Knight Riders at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium before the USA leg of Hero CPL 2017 gets underway the next day.In a brief comment Pete Russell, the Chief Operating Officer of Hero CPL said; “North America is a hugely important part of what the Hero CPL have planned and having a broadcasting partner that is so committed to bring top quality cricket coverage to viewers across the region is hugely important to us. It is great to have Willow on board with us for 2017.”According to CPL, Vijay Srinivasan, CEO of Willow noted: “Willow is proud to add the Hero CPL to our line up of top tier cricket from around the world. With the matches being played in the US and in the Caribbean, the timings are perfect for US television audiences, giving fans a tremendous opportunity to watch live coverage of some of the biggest names in cricket.” Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related’Biggest Party in Sport’ debuts on ONE World Sports NetworkJune 23, 2016In “Sports”Hero CPL 2017 makes massive economic impact in GuyanaJanuary 8, 2018In “Business”T&T’s economic impact from CPL 2017 totals US$23.6MJanuary 10, 2018In “Sports” read more


GIW MDX pump proves worth at Kinross Fort Knox

first_imgGIW Industries, a leader in the design, manufacture and application of heavy duty, centrifugal slurry pumps, has reported that one of its newest designs has helped improve efficiencies at the Kinross-owned Fort Knox gold mine in Fairbanks, Alaska. The installation of a GIW MDX slurry pump nearly doubled the wear life of the pump wet ends and cut maintenance downtime in half, according to GIW.Located within the Fairbanks mining district – one of the largest gold-producing areas in Alaska – the Kinross mine at Fort Knox operates year round, processing high-grade ore at a daily capacity of 45,000 t / d. As a result, the Fort Knox mill requires its pumps to be up and running reliably. However, maintenance required on its previous slurry pumps meant stopping a portion of the production process for up to half a shift.GIW states that its MDX slurry pumps have two critical improvements that extend the service life of the pump. The first is a lower specific speed design, where a large-diameter impeller allows for slower pump operation that extends wet-end parts wear life, even under variable flow conditions. The second is a slurry diverter. This GIW-exclusive technology dramatically increases suction liner life by reducing particle recirculation between the impeller and liner. These features combine to significantly extend the average service life of the pump while processing the same amount of ore. In addition, the MDX’s adjustable suction liner simplifies the process of making routine adjustments that are critical for extending pump service life.“In the old days, making critical adjustments meant taking the pump out of service, and customers simply don’t have the time or the personnel to do that anymore,” said Ben Altman, Northern Regional Sales Manager of GIW. “Perhaps the most exciting feature of the MDX pump is the adjustable suction liner. Customers actually look forward to making adjustments with this pump because it’s so easy to do.” Pump adjustments can now be done without taking the pump out of operation. GIW reports that fewer unscheduled outages and increased uptime at the mine has translated into more efficient production and greater profits.last_img read more


Webasto technology reduces impact of engine idling

first_imgAt the forthcoming Bauma 2013 trade fair (April 15 to 21 in Munich) Webasto will present robust heating, cooling and ventilation systems for mining and construction machinery, including new Engine-Off heating technology for parking heaters – a new development that the company says can produce significant savings in the industry. With it, costly idling times are avoided by efficiently using the engine’s residual heat. The uptimes of equipment and the driving comfort are maintained. While most capital mining equipment runs around the clock, this technology would have applicability for ancillary machines and infrastructure fleets.The intelligent control system of the Engine-Off technology detects if the engine is running. If the engine shuts down, the system responds immediately and automatically switches on the circulation pump. After the engine is switched off, this pump takes on the job of transporting the residual heat through the cooling loop so that the heater can continue to use it. The cab temperature thus remains constant. If the engine cools down further, the Webasto parking heater automatically turns on when the temperature drops below a defined limit. As a result, the engine and the cab are kept at the operating temperature. Even after longer breaks, restarting with Engine-Off technology is performed smoothly and efficiently. Cold starts are therefore a thing of the past.Webasto states: “The consequences of engine idling are enormous, chiefly in the construction industry. Depending on the type of construction equipment, the fuel costs of idling can be thousands to tens of thousands of euros per year. But not only the fuel costs are tremendous. Idling often forms up to 50% of the operating hours and can dramatically increase costs over the life of a machine. This has a negative impact on the resale value, the frequency of maintenance and the warranty. Last but not least, idling shortens the life of the particulate filters, which are necessary to meet the emission limits. In a nutshell: If you avoid idling times, you save significant costs several times over while preserving the environment.”last_img read more


Analysis Attacking width and Morans power help Kerry to end Dublin hoodoo

first_img Monday 10 Apr 2017, 5:37 PM 17,653 Views 29 Comments Apr 10th 2017, 5:37 PM DUBLIN WENT UNBEATEN for 36 games and 765 days. In that time, they have managed a total points haul of 715 (48-571), conceding just 461 (21-398).There have been a few turkey shoots and a few epic battles. Yesterday’s league final was more the latter, and there is a certain symmetry that it’s Kerry who bookend the 36-game unbeaten run.Kerry will say it’s just the league and nobody will get carried away but this is an important win for this Kerry team. Belief can only take you so far; sometimes it’s important to point to actual proof that you can compete with Dublin.Having played Dublin twice during this league campaign, home and away, Kerry have proof that, for now at least, they are competitive.Tactically, you wonder if we are going to see a shift in emphasis. For the last few years it has been thought that you need to defend in numbers to have any chance against Dublin but Kerry went on the attack, both in Tralee and Croke Park. In fact that’s the most points (white flags) Dublin have conceded in Jim Gavin’s tenure.The width of the post was required to get over the line and had Rock’s final free gone over to force extra time, maybe the game would have taken on a different narrative.But either way, Dublin have been going to the well a lot lately. Their form, albeit with plenty of personnel changes, has been patchy in 2017.BraveryIn Tralee a few weeks ago, I noted that Kerry only allowed Cluxton to go short with four kickouts. On Sunday in Croke Park, they only won four of Dublin’s 25 kickouts.For large parts of the game they simply let Cluxton chip it to the full backs and then in the second half, they started to push forward. Despite not winning the ball directly from kickouts, it does signal an intent and it makes Dublin’s job harder to move the ball from end to end.Four points up with 10 minutes to go, we can see Kerry are man-to-man on the Dublin kickout.They picked their moments to push up. The extra width of the Croke Park pitch and Cluxton’s ability makes it very difficult to really get to him, but they did enough to be happy with their kickout strategy.Jim Gavin said afterwards that Dublin had enough of the ball and gave it away too easily. They had five handpass turnovers; Kevin McManamon had one in injury time that he really should have done better with, and Dean Rock and David Byrne made a crucial error.In this passage of play, Kerry are man-to-man with no sweeper. Ciaran Kilkenny has time and picks out Dean Rock. Dublin’s full forward line are primed for this sort of ball, but they rarely turn and take their man on, and instead, they are looking to lay it off to the runner.Although Rock gives the ball away, Byrne is probably at fault.Rock is just gathering the ball and Byrne is nearly ahead of him. He needed to check his run by a couple of strides to arrive on his shoulder. Instead, Rock has to turn and play the ball in the air.Granted it’s not a great ball either way by Rock but had Byrne taken it off the shoulder, Brogan has come out and created the space inside for Byrne to have a real go at goal.It’s a small thing but when the margins are tight they add up. Of Dublin’s five misplaced hand passes, four happened inside the Kerry 45.Paul Mannion added a lot of life to the Dublin attack but again, uncharacteristically for Dublin, he gave away a ball towards the end that he really should have done better with.Two Kerry defenders get sucked towards him, leaving Eoghan O’Gara with space inside.Instead of finding him, Mannion found the end line. We expect so much from the Dublin team, especially in clutch situations, but some of those key moments on Sunday just let them down.Kerry’s widthSomething very noticeable from the Kerry scores was their width. It’s not often you will see Cian O’Sullivan substituted and Kerry did a great job in making the Dublin sweeper ineffective. Although O’Sullivan is the designated sweeper, you could find any one of about six players in that position over the course of the game.Kerry had one point midway through the second half that reminded me a lot of a Dublin point: attack the wing, keep width on the far side, switch the play, and suddenly there is an acre of space down the middle.Here, Peter Crowley picks the ball up hugging the touchline.Although Dublin give him the room to run, he stays along the touchline.Flynn is playing as the sweeper with O’Sullivan (top right) doing the marking. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article http://the42.ie/3333637 Share24 Tweet Email3 center_img Dublin legend O’Leary urges Diarmuid Connolly to cut ‘petulance’ out of his game‘I’m sure Colm must be cringing himself, it was like the death of Lady Diana’ As the ball gets moved centrally we can see the sort of width Kerry are keeping on the far side.Dublin look disorganised but Kerry are using every inch of the width Croke Park offers them and it creates a nice hole down the middle where Paul Murphy kicks an easy point.As the second half was ending, we could see a similar move. Keep an eye on both David Moran and Ciaran Reddin as the move progresses.The ball gets played wide and this time O’Sullivan is the sweeper.Moran makes a run forward that occupies O’Sullivan. In itself that is probably fine, but where is Moran’s marker, Reddin? He should be in shot and filling that space at the top of the D.Fitzsimons also makes an error here. He commits to the ball, knowing he has men over his shoulder. If you are going to do that you better make sure you affect the ball.He doesn’t and instead, he gets caught in no man’s land with a ball over his head.Paul Geaney makes a really intelligent run off Donnchadh Walsh’s shoulder, just as Reddin appears in shot.Kerry kicked some wonderful points throughout the game and one thing they managed to do was constantly keep the scoreboard ticking over.We are used to Dublin playing with width but Kerry used this very effectively on Sunday.Moran’s powerDavid Moran picked up the man of the match award and there were two big instances that stood out. His physique twice allowed him to power through the heart of Dublin.The two points above illustrate how Kerry made space but when they needed some brute force, Moran provided it.Here, he takes the ball on the 45 and bursts through Darren Daly’s outstretched arm…Then bounces off Reddin…And kicks a point on the move, under pressure from James McCarthy, with his left foot.In the last few moments of the game, Moran picks the ball up in midfield, but the Dubs look to be well-positioned.Moran puts his head down and knowing he probably has a bit of a mismatch against David Byrne, he takes him on.Byrne does well to get a hand in but once Moran re-gathered the ball, he showed the determination necessary.Off balance, this time on his right, he manages to get the ball over the bar.There was a really good mix of guile and aggression from Kerry. The game never really boiled over and keeping Rock to six placed balls is a good achievement. They went on the offensive and pressurised Dublin.In the end there was just the width of the post separating the teams. You don’t imagine it will be much different if we see them meet again in the summer.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Follow us: the42.ie Short URL Analysis: Attacking width and Moran’s power help Kerry to end Dublin hoodoo Kerry have proof that, for now at least, they are competitive, writes our football analyst Rob Carroll. By Rob Carrolllast_img read more


Two women rescued from canyon in La Jolla

first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two women had to be rescued from a La Jolla canyon amid Saturday’s storm, fire officials said. The two became stuck in Box Canyon, and firefighters and lifeguardsresponded to help around 3 p.m., according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department’s Facebook page.Slippery terrain and heavy river water flow made the rescues difficult, and one of the women slipped when she tried to exit the canyon on her own, then traveled about 30 feet in the water.“She ended up going down a waterfall and landing on the beach,” the Facebook post read. “Fortunately, she was not seriously hurt and did not have to be taken to the hospital.”The two were able to be brought up using a rope system. Both were evaluated by paramedics but did not have to be hospitalized. February 3, 2019 Posted: February 3, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Two women rescued from canyon in La Jolla Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more


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first_img Comments Share your voice Got free, if you can find it. That’s how a current lawsuit might characterize the situation. Kimberly White/Getty Images Tax preparation companies H&R Block and Intuit, which makes TurboTax, were sued Monday for allegedly making their free tax filing tools hard to find.Taxpayers with incomes below $66,000 are eligible to file their taxes for free as part of a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service and Intuit, H&R Block and other companies. Under the agreement, the IRS has agreed not to make online tax filing free as long as the tax-preparation companies provide the service.Still, only 3% of Americans reportedly file their taxes for free every year, and locating those services can be difficult.Last month, ProPublica reported that searches for terms like “irs free file taxes” directed people to paid versions of Intuit’s service. Free options were tough to pin down, according to the report.In the suit, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said TurboTax and H&R Block have used “deceptive and misleading advertising and design schemes” to lead taxpayers to unnecessarily purchasing their products. He added that the companies have “for years defrauded the lowest earning 70 percent of American taxpayers … by actively undermining public access to the IRS’ ‘Free File’ program.”For years, Intuit and H&R Block have lobbied to block the IRS from building its own free online tax filing system because it would compete with their products, according to ProPublica. Congress members have reportedly pushed to keep the IRS from providing free online filing.”Any suggestion that Intuit does not support the IRS Free File Program is flat wrong,” said TurboTax spokesman Rick Heineman. “We stand behind our actions as being both appropriate and consistent with our values.”An H&R Block representative said the company has “helped millions of Americans” with its free tax filing options, adding that use of its Free File program grew 8% this tax season.You can read the lawsuits against Intuit and H&R Block below:Intuit lawsuit by jonathan_skillings on ScribdH&R Block lawsuit by jonathan_skillings on Scribd Softwarecenter_img Tags 7last_img read more


Are Rashmika Mandanna and Trisha playing female leads in Vijays next film

first_imgRashmika Mandanna and Trisha.PR HandoutIn the last one month, there have been a lot of rumours about Rashmika Mandanna playing the female lead in Vijay’s 64 movie. Her interaction with her fans on social media sites have been giving a strong indication of the actress having talks with the makers for the project.Recently, it was stated that along with Rashmika, Trisha Krishnan too was approached to play the female lead in the film, presently referred to as Thalapathy 64. Grapevine had it that the actress, after a gap of 11 years, was going to pair up with the actor again.It was said that she was offered an important role in Thalapathy 64, leaving her fans excited about the development. Trisha had earlier worked with him in four films like Ghilli, Kuruvi, Aadhi and Thirupaachi. Amid these speculations, the names of Keerthy Suresh and Samantha were also doing rounds.The latest update about the movie is that nothing has been finalised yet and the actresses have not been offered the film yet. However, our sources say that the heroines of Thalapathy 64 will be finalised by the end of this month.Thalapathy 64 Cast and Crew: Anirudh Ravichander, who had churned out peppy numbers in Kaththi, is reuniting with Vijay again as the music director. Lokesh Kanagaraj-directorial has Sathyan Sooryan’s cinematography and Philomin Raj’s editing. Xavier Britto is funding the project, which will take off in September 2019.last_img read more


Google Employees Call on Internet Giant to Kill Censored China Search Engine

first_imgGoogle declined to comment on the letter.The new call for Google to kill Dragonfly comes after around 1,400 employees signed an internal petition in August demanding more details about the project, per the New York Times. Earlier this year, after Google employees blasted the company’s work on behalf of the Pentagon with Project Maven — which used artificial-intelligence imaging to improve the accuracy of drone strikes — the company declined to renew the contract.Amnesty International will stage protests outside several Google offices Tuesday as part of calling for an end to the Chinese search engine, the Intercept reported.The protests over the China search engine come after more than 20,000 Google workers worldwide on Nov. 1 walked off the job to protest over the company’s handling of the sexual-harassment cases. In response, Google revised some of its sexual-misconduct policies, including ending forced arbitration in such cases, although some employees say the company still needs to do more.Google CEO Sundar Pichai has characterized the censored China search engine as an “experiment” that is not close to being launched. Speaking earlier this month at the New York Times’ DealBook conference, Pichai said the project was to explore “what would our product look like [in China].”Last week, an interview with Bloomberg, John Hennessy — chairman of Alphabet, Google’s parent — expressed reservations about launching a censored search engine in China. “Anybody who does business in China compromises some of their core values… because the laws in China are quite a bit different than they are in our own country,” he said.According to the Google employees opposing Project Dragonfly, the act of providing the Chinese government with “ready access to user data, as required by Chinese law, would make Google complicit in oppression and human rights abuses.” A group of Google employees is demanding that the company pull the plug on “Project Dragonfly,” its initiative to create a censored search engine for China that would comply with the country’s internet laws.“We are Google employees and we join Amnesty International in calling on Google to cancel project Dragonfly, Google’s effort to create a censored search engine for the Chinese market that enables state surveillance,” the employees wrote in an open letter posted Tuesday.The letter, posted on Medium, has been signed by 36 Google staffers, and organizers said they will add more names as others sign on. [UPDATE: As of Wednesday at 7 a.m. ET, 332 employees were listed as signatories.] The letter also calls on Google’s senior management to “commit to transparency, clear communication, and real accountability. Google is too powerful not to be held accountable. We deserve to know what we’re building and we deserve a say in these significant decisions.” Popular on Variety center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more


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February 4, 2009 – In recent years, cardiac computed tomography angiography (CTA) has emerged as a useful diagnostic imaging modality for the assessment of coronary artery disease (CAD), and new research shows there are significantly lower doses of radiation associated with cardiac CTA than have been previously reported in several earlier studies.The new study, the Prospective Multicenter Study On Radiation Dose Estimates Of Cardiac CT Angiography in Daily Practice I (PROTECTION I), published in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association, confirms that it is entirely possible to significantly reduce the radiation dose in adequately selected patients. The study showed there is a wide degree of variability in radiation doses between sites. The study, led by Dr. Jorg Hausleiter, Deutsches Herzzentrum München, Klinik an der Technischen Universität München in Munich, Germany, was observational and included 1,965 patients undergoing cardiac CTA between February and December 2007. Researchers worldwide analyzed the results to identify independent predictors of radiation dose, measured as dose-length product (DLP). DLP is a reflection of the total amount of radiation deposited over the entire set of images during a patient’s CT. More familiar to most is the effective dose, measured in millisieverts (mSV), which was derived from the organ weighting factor for the chest. In PROTECTION I, the average dose was 12 mSV, which is notably lower than several earlier studies of cardiac CTA radiation doses.PROTECTION I called attention to the varying degrees of radiation doses delivered between sites – specifically, the median DLP at the highest dose site was over six times that of the lowest dose site, and the remaining doses in between ran the gamut. Hausleiter and his colleagues identified several currently available key dose- reduction strategies which can be implemented in many more patients which would drive the average dose down even further: electrocardiographically controlled tube modulation (ECTCM), scan length, voltage and the use of sequential scanning. For example, with use of ECTCM, a 25 percent dose-reduction was achieved. The findings suggest that these dose-reduction methods can be used in the majority of patients, which should alert cardiac CT laboratories that they need to implement these strategies when performing cardiac CTA.“Reducing the amount of radiation to the patient is something that is on the mind of virtually all physicians involved in cardiac CT,” said Daniel S. Berman, M.D. of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and president of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. “The amount of radiation now associated with cardiac CT is very similar to that of many other x-ray and nuclear medicine procedures. Coronary CT angiography is the most accurate noninvasive test for the detection of coronary artery disease. Given the low doses of radiation involved, when there is suspicion but not clear evidence that a patient has a blockage in a coronary artery needing evaluation, it is clearly safer to perform a coronary CT angiogram than to perform an invasive coronary angiogram.” This study complements other recent studies of cardiac CTA that prove its excellent diagnostic accuracy compared to invasive angiography. Using the protocols identified in PROTECTION I, quality improvement measures should be developed to decrease the radiation potential in cardiac CTA. With lower radiation doses, the risk benefit equation shifts even more in favor of cardiac CTA as a first line diagnostic test for the evaluation of chest pain in appropriately selected patients.The Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) is the recognized representative and advocate for physicians, scientists, and technologists who work in the field of cardiovascular computed tomography. With nearly 4000 members, SCCT is nationally and internationally viewed as the principal organization committed to the further development of cardiovascular computed tomography through research, education, quality and advocacy. 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Australia approves second international airport in Sydney

first_img Travelweek Group Australia approves second international airport in Sydney SYDNEY — The Australian government has approved plans for the construction of a second international airport in Sydney, the country’s largest city, finally putting an end to decades of indecision.Scheduled to open in the mid 2020s, the airport is expected to relieve some pressure off of Australia’s Kingsford Smith Airport, one of the world’s oldest airports, reports Deutsche Welle. It comes with a price tag of 5 billion Australian dollars (US$3.7 billion) and will initially feature just one runway that will accommodate the world’s largest commercial airline – the Airbus A380.With the addition of a second airport, the number of air passengers flying to Sydney is expected to spike by 10 million people per year.Plans for a second airport have been kicking around since 1946, but fears over noise pollution and squabbling over funding and alternative sites essentially put those plans on hold.The projected site – 45 kilometres from the city’s central business district – will allow the airport to operate without the same overnight flight curfew that restricts the old airport. Posted by Tuesday, December 13, 2016 center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Tags: Airports, Australialast_img read more


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first_imgDecember 12, 2008 This Wednesday, Arcosanti residents had our annual Christmas Party at the Cafè level of the Crafts III building. About 50 people gathered in a jovial atmosphere of good food and high spirits. Some of the gourmet specialties included chicken soup, chicken puffs and chicken salad, all made with Arcosanti raised poultry. [Photo: Alfonso Elia & text: dkt] Each table had the heavy task of opening at least one bottle of champagne. [Photo: Alfonso Elia & text: dkt] Everybody was presented with a little Christmas gift and a big hug from Paolo Soleri. [Photo: Alfonso Elia & text: dkt]last_img read more


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