EHF decision about Fivers-Benidorm match – Spaniards will appeal against ShareTweetShareShareEmail CommentsThe Court of Arbitration of the European Federation (ECA) has decided to dismiss the appeal filed by the Benidorm Handball Club and confirm the EHF’s decision to eliminate us from the competition.“The Benidorm Handball Club does not understand that the circumstances of the false positives have not been taken into account in addition to the guidelines of the health authorities of the Valencian Community regarding the strict follow-up of the protocol, said resolution being based on the failure of the Club to the match of return.We have always been guided by fair play and we have been transparent at all times, timely informing all national and European health and sports authorities.For this reason, we do not understand that we are harmed so seriously and that none of the arguments presented have been considered valid and justified.The Benidorm Handball Club studies the steps to follow, including the possibility of resorting to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS) as a last resort, understanding that a profound injustice continues to be committed” EHF Court: Borozan banned, Dibirov to pay 2.000 EUR ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:BM Benidorm, BM Beniform, EHF Court Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Click to comment Recommended for you
The New York Times:I AM being stalked by meditation evangelists.They approach with the fervor of a football fan attacking a keg at a tailgate party. “Which method of meditation do you use?”I admit that I don’t meditate, and they are incredulous. It’s as if I’ve just announced that the Earth is flat. “How could you not meditate?!”I have nothing against it. I just happen to find it dreadfully boring.…After spending the past four decades studying mindfulness without meditation, the Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer has identified plenty of other techniques for raising our conscious awareness of the present. For example, it turns out that you can become more mindful by thinking in conditionals instead of absolutes. In one experiment, when people made a mistake with a pencil, they had one of several different objects, like a rubber band, sitting on the table. When they were told, “This is a rubber band,” only 3 percent realized it could also be used as an eraser. When they had been told “This could be a rubber band,” 40 percent figured out that it could erase their mistake.Read the whole story: The New York Times More of our Members in the Media >
LSU Tigers running back Leonard Fournette is grabbed by Alabama Crimson Tide defensive lineman Jarran Reed last year. Editor’s note: Leading up to the start of camp, the Advertiser will take a look at each of Alabama’s 12 regular-season games. This is Game No. 9.Coming out of its first bye in Week 9 of the season, Alabama will undoubtedly be rested and recharged entering its late-season matchup with rival LSU.While not traditional rivals like Auburn or Tennessee, the annual matchup with LSU has taken on an intensity all its own since Nick Saban returned to college football at Alabama following an impressive run in Baton Rouge.But, at least of late, it’s been a little one-sided in the Tide’s favor.Not since the epic 9-6 defensive slugfest in what was touted as the “Game of the Century” during the 2011 regular season has LSU managed to find victory over the Tide. Alabama is 4-0 since then, including a 21-0 shellacking of the Bayou Bengals in the 2012 BCS title game.Not that LSU hasn’t made it interesting. Outside of the national title game loss and a 38-17 win in Tuscaloosa in 2013, the last two games in Baton Rouge have been tight contests, including last year’s 20-13 overtime victory by Alabama, which rallied for a game-tying field goal in the closing seconds and then won it in overtime.Whether or not this year’s game will equal last year’s or 2011 is unknown, but if history serves, it’s certainly going to be one to watch.Game 9LSUDate: Nov. 7Time: TBALocation: Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821)TV: TBACoach: Les Miles (131-50 overall in 14 years, 103-29 entering 11th season at LSU)2014 record: 8-5, 4-4 SEC (tied for 4th in West) Series history: Alabama leads, 49-25-5; won 20-13 OT in 20142014 rankings/game (national/SEC)Scoring offense — 27.6 (76th/13th)Total offense — 387.5 (80th/9th)Scoring defense — 17.5 (4th/2nd)Total defense — 316.8 (9th/1st)Returning starters: 20 (8 on offense, 6 on defense, 6 special teams)Returning leadersOFFENSEPassing: QB Anthony Jenningss, Jr. — 111-of-227 passing (48.9 percent), 1,611 yards, 11 touchdowns, 7 interceptionsRushing: RB Leonard Fournette, So. — 187 carries, 1,034 yards (5.5 average), 10 touchdownsReceiving: WR Travin Dural, Jr. — 37 catches, 758 yards (20.5 average), 7 touchdownsDEFENSETackles: LB Kendell Beckwith, Jr. — 77; S Jamal Adams, So. — 66Tackles for loss: Beckwith — 71/2; Adams — 5Sacks: DT Christian LaCouture, Jr. — 21/2Interceptions: S Rickey Jefferson, So. and CB Tre’Davious White, Jr. — 23 things to know about LSU:Fournette frenzy: Coming into LSU last season as the ballyhooed of ballyhooed freshman, with comparisons ranging from Herschel Walker to Michael Jordan, talented Tigers tailback Leonard Fournette didn’t disappoint in his first season in Death Valley. A sure-fire NFL prospect as a high school senior, Fournette set the school rushing record for a freshman with 1,034 yards and 10 touchdowns last season and comes into 2015 with his name already receiving Heisman buzz. With a question about who’s going to start at quarterback for the Tigers, there’s little doubt that the 230-pound tailback will lead LSU’s offense, especially early in the season. Of course, while Fournette has already shown he can slice up opposing defenses with ease, his toughest test will come against Alabama’s physically imposing and experienced defensive front seven.Touchdown tandem: While Fournette dominated the headlines last season, fellow true freshman Malachi Dupre paired with then-sophomore Travin Dural to provide LSU a potent pair of playmakers in the passing game. Of course, while Dural would go on to lead the team in receptions, yards and touchdowns, Dupre’s progress was hampered a bit by the unsettled nature of the Tigers’ quarterback situation. If LSU is going to reassert itself as a true contender in the SEC West, how Dupre continues to develop as a big-play threat — he led the Tigers averaging 22.7 yards per catch last season — could pay major dividends, both for whoever wins the starting quarterback job and in the SEC standings.Miles mayhem: Les Miles is affectionately known as the Mad Hatter for his sometimes daring, sometimes costly propensity for high-risk, high-reward play calls. And with his infatuation with turf grass or the occasional rambling, Miles is rarely if not at least entertaining. But after an 8-5 season last year, tying his worst mark in a decade at LSU, and two straight seasons when the Tigers are more or less out of the SEC West hunt by November, there’s speculation whether the Tigers’ fan base can accept another mediocre season. That being said, given the seven seasons with 10 or more wins, Miles has certainly built up some leeway and isn’t on the hot seat just yet. Though, a fifth consecutive loss to the Tide could certainly cause it to get warm.Next up: Mississippi StateGo Mobile, Montgomery! Download our apps here
The challenge is to turn the most sedentary into joy for a month, from 3 to 30 August, by inviting them to walk 5 km every day, which is less than 10,000 steps, or 35 km a week, accumulating 140 km throughout the month. For motivation, five smart devices for counting steps and kilometers will be drawn every week, and at the end – three bicycles. In order to follow the participants of the challenge, data on the Top25 most active walkers will be collected and published every week, as well as other interesting statistics on which is the most active time of day to walk, which are the most active days and which walk more – ladies or gentlemen.“Kuplinot Rimi Riga list of marathon challenges, we also want to draw the attention of people who do not exercise every day, calling to move every day, without assessing whether it is just a lazy walk in nature or a path measured on foot to work or home. Every step is a movement, and it counts. We want to promote pleasant habits that create joy and improve well-being. The condition of the challenge is to walk at least 5 km a day or 35 km a week – this is enough to have the desire to imagine the movements more often in everyday life and to feel the joy of the movements, ”explains t / c Alfa manager Liene Apine.Registration Walking with Alpha challengeYou must register to participate in the challenge Rimi Riga Marathon Run Club www.rimirigamarathonvc.com and add any of the popular running apps or devices that sync data to the Running Club. In the section Challenges must be found Walking with Alpha and must register. Gradually get in the habit of both going to or from work at home on foot and turning on your app or device every time Walking activity. Registration and participation in the challenge is free. A more detailed description of the challenge is available Rimi Riga Marathon Running club. Detailed instructions for registration can be found here.The goal of the challenge is to walk at least 35 km a week from August 3 to 30, which would be an average of 5 km a day. These would be less than 10,000 steps a day, which healthy lifestyle ambassadors and supporters advise everyone to try to overcome every day to feel good in their bodies. The main condition – 35 km in a week, at least 140 km in four weeks.“So far we have talked more with the active part of the society, which is already moving and running, but now, together with our seasonal event center Alfa we also want to address the less sedentary couchers or office workers who tend to sit at work and forget about their physical well-being. Paradoxically, physical well-being ensures more efficient work, so dedicating an hour to yourself and your health every day should be introduced as a priority, to which other no less important things are subordinated, ”says Aigars Nords, Director of Rimi Riga Marathon.ResultsAt the beginning of each week, the results of the previous week will be summarized with the TOP 25 most successful participants in the overall ranking, in the men’s and women’s groups. Following up Facebook.com/Alfacentrs, everyone will be able to be inspired and compare with their results by finding out – what are their favorite days of walking and time of day, which moves more every day – women or men – as well as the average number of kilometers traveled per day.For motivation Alfa has won three major awards – bicycles for a more mobile lifestyle, and promotional awards each week – five step and odometer counters.Since January of this year t / c Alfa has become the center of events for the Marathon season. So far, two educational running schools have been implemented together, which have gained special popularity among runners. Alfas Cinamon Cinema, bringing together more than half a thousand people, as well as Sunday trainings, with several hundred participants each, which will be resumed on the first weekend of September and will last until Rimi for the Riga Marathon.
PSC golf from The Golf Club Sports BarMonday, May 23, Green Valley – Medal1st John Emmerson (9) net 69 2nd Suzi Lawton (17) net 693rd Larry Maxey (19) net 694th Mark Wood (9) net 715th Kevin Moraghan (13) net 72 Twenty-six players assembled on Monday to challenge for the coveted monthly medal champion’s shirt. The greens had just been lightly sanded so the conditions would be difficult to say the least.John Emmerson emerged the day’s eventual winner after the dreaded count-backs. John had a great 37 gross on the back to nudge out Suzi Lawton. Suzi in turn beat Larry Maxey on the back 9. Mark Wood finished alone in 4th with net 71. Kevin Moraghan had a net 72 for 5th overall.Next month we will be at Phoenix on June 29 for the monthly medal.Wednesday, May 25, Pattana – Stableford1st Jack Spencer (10) 35pts2nd Micheal Mier (10) 31pts3rd Jim Sykes (9) 30ptsPictured L to R: Brad Sproxton, John Emmerson (with medal winners shirt), Poi, Larry Maxey, and Tip.Wednesday seems to be the rainy day for golf; 15 signed up but only 8 were brave enough for the conditions. We left Pattaya in the drizzle but arrived at Pattana to sunny skies. We managed 12 holes before the skies opened but luckily we were conveniently at a drink stop. Just a 30 min delay and then we carried on.Jack Spencer handled the B & C layouts the best on this day and won the comp with 35 points. Michael Mier was second on 31 and Jim Sykes took third.Thanks to the lads that did participate.Friday, May 27, Greenwood – Stableford1st Brad Sproxton (12) 36pts2nd Mark Wood (9) 32pts3rd Paul Smith (1) 31ptsWe are definitely in low season mode with today just 8 players turning up. We started on C course and finished on B and Brad Sproxton scrambled well and finished on top of the frame with 36 points.Mark Wood left a few putts hanging on the lip and finished second on 32 points while Paul Smith was alone in third on 31.The conditions were fantastic, especially the greens on B. Thanks again to those that attended.Note: The Golf Club is located on Soi LK Metro between Soi Diana and Soi Buakhao. We offer golf outings every Mon/Wed & Friday leaving from The Golf Club.
The overall winners at the Thailand National Junior Badminton Championships in Chonburi pose for a group photo. I felt exhausted and I had only been sitting down watching the finals of the Thailand National Junior Badminton Championships which Pattaya Sports Club has been supporting for many years. The Governor of Chonburi, Khun Witchit Chatphaisit, and the Vice President of The National Olympic Committee of Thailand, Prof. Charoen Wattanasin, were also very impressed. The standard was incredible and very fast for all the singles and doubles groups. A standard has, this week, been set for them for a Thai lady has risen to No. 32 in the world rankings.Sixteen-year old Rachanok Inthanon, World Junior Champion for 2009 and 2010, has this recently won the Vietnam Badminton Open and last week, won the Indonesian Open Tournament, to rise from No. 68 to No. 32 in the world rankings. She has just been awarded the IOC – Sport Inspiring Trophy for the Young 2010. It’s certainly something for all the competitors at the recent tournament in Chonburi to aim for. Well done Rachanock!
The relationship between both parties seems to be at the point of no return. The divorce is evident. Neymar wants out of France and his preferred destination is Barcelona. So far, there’s no firm offer from the Catalan club but they are studying the options, while Neymar keeps revealing his disappointment at still being a PSG player. In addition to that, his teammates are even joking about his possible exit. As they celebrated the trophy, Kylian Mbappe made a joke, grabbing Neymar by the arm and pushing him out of the group photo. Neymar returned for the photo just behind the France international. CEST RELATED STORIES eymar, pasivo en el palco tras el gol de Di María | Bein Sports SPORT.es ¡Neymar no celebró la victoria ni los goles del PSG ! Paris Saint-Germain won the French Super Cup on Saturday in the middle of a storm surrounding one of their biggest stars, Neymar. It’s well known that Neymar is looking to leave the Qatari owned club, who are trying to convince him to stay, but it seems his mind is made up. The image which evidences the total breakdown of the relationship between the player and the club came in the build-up to Saturday’s game. While the players were greeting sporting director Leonardo, Neymar passed by without even looking at him. After the game, more images then revealed he’s not happy in Paris and wants out as soon as possible. 03/08/2019 Neymar really enjoying himselfpic.twitter.com/nkoqXttUEt— Atharva (@Athsonfire) August 3, 2019 In another image, as his teammates celebrated the title, the Brazilain was stood on the grass, not reacting to anything. At that moment, Verratti grabs him by the arm and tries to usher him into the celebrations. The tension continues to rise between Neymar and Leonardo in China Neymar saw the game against Rennes from the stands, along with other players not called up, like Jese Rodriguez, due to the fact he’s still coming back from an injury. The television cameras focused on the group of players after Angel Di Maria scored a free kick in the 72nd minute, giving PSG the win. While his teammates looked happy and celebrated the strike, Neymar didn’t flinch. Upd. at 23:02 Neymar-PSG: All-out war as Brazilian tries to force Barça move IN SPORT.ES
Pep Guardiola says it’s better not to think about how many points Liverpool are ahead of his Man City side. “I know these guys,” said Guardiola. “They are still incredibly involved and they can still do it.” Upd. on 07/10/2019 at 00:08 CEST 06/10/2019 Pol Ballús “The distance is big, I know that. For many circumstances, they didn’t drop points. It is better not to think one team is eight points ahead. It is only October. There are still a lot of games. Most of the teams who won in the past, the year after, they don’t win. City lost 2-0 at home against Wolves on Sunday to fall eight points off the pace in the Premier League. He still thinks his team, the reigning champions, can come back to triumph, but isn’t keen about ruminating on the Reds’ advantage. Guardiola: “Son muchos puntos y sabemos que el Liverpool no falla” IN SPORT.ES “It was a bad day. I had a feeling today would be the day when we created less. We have faced many teams defending deep and more or less we found a way to do it but today we had a problem.”
By Melissa MeehanWORKING together to build a better business community. That was the theme for Monday night’s Pakenham Business Group…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
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