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Museveni flags off Ugandan team

first_imgPresident Museveni flags of Uganda’s team to Rio. The team was introduced to her by Minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni and Uganda Athletics Federation president Dominic Otuchet. PHOTOS PPUPHOTOGRAPHS: President Yoweri Museveni has today flagged off Uganda’s team to the Olympics. The President reiterated the values of sports and asked the team to observe discipline. The athletes at the function at State House comprised 14 athletes who fly out to Rio tomorrow. The first batch of boxers and swimmers is already in Rio while the marathoners, led by Stephen Kiprotich, are in high-altitude camp in Bukwo.  He handed the flag to Joshua Cheptegei and Winnie Nanyondo (Click to read Uganda’s SCHEDULE at games) Boxing – Fly Ronald Serugo vs Narek Abgaryan of ArmeniaSunday August 14 Day 9Women’s marathonMonday August 15 Day 10Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1Women 3000m steeplecahse finalTuesday August 16 Day 11Women’s 5000m round 1Men’s 1500m round 1Wed August 17 Day Day 12Men’s 5000m round 1women’s 800m round 1Men’s steeplecahse finalThursday August 18 Day 13Men’s 1500m semifinalMen’s 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Day 14women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Day 15Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m finalSunday August 21 Day 16Men’s Marathon finalShare on: WhatsApp Uganda’s scheduleSunday August 7 (7pm)Boxing – L/heavy Kennedy Katende  vs Britain’s Joshua BuataziSunday August 7Swimming – Jamila Lunkuse 100m breaststroke (7.30pm)Thursday August 11Joshua Ekirikubinza Men’s 50 m freestyleFriday August 12 Day 7Women’s 10000m women finalSaturday August 13 Day 8Women’s 3000m Steeplechase round 110000m men finalAugust 13last_img read more


A STATEMENT FROM THE STRONACH GROUP

first_imgSTATEMENT FROM THE STRONACH GROUPOctober 19, 2019Satchel Paige, a three-year-old gelding, was humanely euthanized after the fifth race on Saturday, October 19th at Santa Anita Park.  After being pulled up at the 3/8th pole, Satchel Paige was immediately evaluated by a team of on-track veterinarians, led by Santa Anita Park veterinarian Dr. Dana Stead, and transported in the equine ambulance. Dr. Stead observed that the horse had suffered an open fracture of his left front ankle and made the decision to humanely euthanize the gelding.Jockey Ruben Fuentes was uninjured.“Satchel Paige will undergo a necropsy at the University of California – Davis’ School of Veterinary Medicine on behalf of the California Horse Racing Board, as is mandatory for all on-track accidents.  The accident and the necropsy report will be reviewed to learn what, if anything, could have been done to prevent the accident,” said Dr. Dionne Benson, Chief Veterinarian for The Stronach Group. “Santa Anita will work closely with the California Horse Racing Board to investigate this accident and will continue to brief our stakeholders and all of our constituents, including the public, as more facts come in.”Satchel Paige was racing for his breeder and owner Nick Alexander.  The thoughts of the team at The Stronach Group and Santa Anita go out to everyone who cared for the horse, including trainer Phil D’Amato and his staff.The Stronach Group and Santa Anita safety measures put horse and rider safety above all else.  Santa Anita and The Stronach Group remain committed to leading transformative change in this traditional sport.last_img read more


Russell facing two-year ban

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC):Exciting West Indies all-rounder, Andre Russell, could face a doping ban after missing three doping tests within a 12-month period, media reports said yesterday.The 27-year-old Jamaican, a much-sought-after Twenty20 specialist, failed to make himself available for the tests, and under World Anti-Doping Agency rules this constitutes a positive finding.Once found guilty, Russell could be banned for up to two years.”We received notification of Russell’s violation about two weeks ago, and I’ve appointed a panel to hear his case,” Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission independent disciplinary panel chairman Kent Pantry was quoted as saying.The West Indies Cricket Board said it was aware of the situation.The globe-trotting Russell has turned out in almost every global domestic tournament over the last 12 months, playing in the Indian Premier League, the Caribbean Premier League, the South African Ram Slam, the Bangladesh Premier League and the Australian Big Bash.Only last month, he helped Islamabad United capture the inaugural Pakistan Super League title.Russell is currently with the West Indies squad in the United Arab Emirates where he is preparing for the Twenty20 World Cup later this month in India.Last week, he was named as a global ambassador for Nissan by the Japanese automaker.last_img read more


Cavs’ Derrick Rose has bone spur in ankle, happy to be back

first_imgFILE – In this Nov. 5, 2017, file photo, Cleveland Cavaliers’ Derrick Rose, left, drive against Atlanta Hawks’ Dennis Schroder (17), from Germany, in the first half of an NBA basketball game in Cleveland.Cavaliers guard Derick Rose revealed he has a bone spur in his left ankle contributed to him leaving the team. Rose left the Cavs on Nov. 22 and only returned this week, Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)INDIANAPOLIS — Derrick Rose is ready to start playing basketball in Cleveland again — once he’s healthy.The oft-injured point guard acknowledged Friday he has a bone spur in his left ankle that contributed to his decision to leave the team Nov. 22.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases He declined to say where he was, what he did or whether he pondered retirement. Rose even sidestepped a question about a potential target date for his return.“I’m taking it one day at a time. That’s the only thing you can do as far as your sanity,” he said. “You’ll go crazy if you try to overthink it or think you’re going to have a starting day and it’s not there.”One thing that has changed: Rose’s mindset.He thanked his Cleveland teammates and general manager Koby Altman for their support, which he said helped make the decision to come back easier. Now it’s just about getting healthy.“I was just figuring things out, thinking about this and that,” Rose said. “But I’m here for my team. I’m here to win. And that’s one of the reasons why I came back.”If Rose works his way back into form, it will only make the hottest team in the NBA better.The Cavs (18-7) already have four-time MVP LeBron James and perennial All-Star Kevin Love in the starting lineup and acquired one of the NBA’s best young point guards, Isaiah Thomas, in an offseason trade from Boston.Cleveland still has Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert, each of whom played a key role in the Cavs’ championship run two years ago.They also added Dwayne Wade and Jae Crowder during the offseason.Right now, though, the Cavs are banged up. SBP to Fiba: Louder in ’23 Rose’s absence prompted some to speculate on his future plans and when he returned to the team earlier this week, some contended that the top overall draft pick in 2008 was only coming back to cash in on a lucrative contract.“It’s not about that. I’ve saved up enough money,” Rose said. “If I wanted to leave, I would have left. Like I said, coming back here, starting with rehab that’s my first step. Keeping it simple and just giving my team support and then I’ll see what I see off the court.”The Central Division leaders and three-time defending Eastern Conference champs have won 13 in a row and can break the franchise record with a road win over the surprising Pacers (14-11) on Friday night.Cleveland won all six games while Rose was gone.But what exactly Rose did during his absence, or when he could be back in uniform, remains unclear.ADVERTISEMENT In his first public comments since ending an almost two-week hiatus, Rose told reporters that he had apologized to his teammates, was content with the Cavaliers and insisted he couldn’t wait to get back on the court.“I was just figuring things out, thinking about this and that,” Rose said before the Cavs’ morning shootaround in Indianapolis. “But I’m here for my team. I’m here to win. And that’s one of the reasons why I came back.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkBefore his departure, Rose had been slowed for weeks by an ankle injury. It was the latest chapter in what has become a frustratingly recurring story.Since being named the league’s MVP in 2011, Rose has played in just 237 of 501 possible games including just seven of the Cavs’ first 25 this season. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewcenter_img Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina In addition to Rose’s injury, Shumpert (left knee surgery), Thomas (right hip) and Thompson (strained left calf) will sit out Friday.But if the 29-year-old Rose gets anywhere close to his career averages (19.4 points, 5.9 assists and 3.7 rebounds) or even his season scoring average (14.3 points), he could see the minutes come back quickly.“Am I concerned? No, no. Not at all,” Rose said when asked about his potential role. “I’ll be able to hoop. That’s all I want to do: Hoop and win. I don’t care about all the stuff that comes with it. I’m appreciative, I’m grateful to be on this team.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak LATEST STORIES Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year MOST READ Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more


Police search for stolen vehicle

first_imgChetwynd RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to find a stolen vehicle.Police say a red 2006 D150 Dodge pickup truck was reported stolen from a residence on Tuesday.- Advertisement -The truck was stolen just after 11 p.m. from a residence at 7968 Hwy. 97.The truck has B.C. licence plates with licence number 9521KG.Anyone with information in regards to the vehicle’s location is asked to contact Chetwynd RCMP at 250-788-9221 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.last_img


Chatter

first_img-Kevin Connelly Royal High of Simi Valley distance runners Danny Benson and Jun Reichl have committed to UCLA, joining teammate and two-time defending state 3,200-meter state champion Michael Cybulski with the Bruins. Four Royal distance standouts have signed with UCLA in the past 12 months, including former Highlanders runner Kevin Sullivan. UCLA’s 2007 track and field recruiting class is considered among the best in the nation, with defending 800-meter state champion Cory Primm (Westlake High) having also signed with the Bruins. -Kevin Connelly UCLA sophomore shortstop Brandon Crawford was named Pac-10 Player of the week for his .533 average (8 for 15) for the week of Feb. 12-18. Crawford hit the game-winning grand slam in the Bruins 9-7 come-from-behind win against East Carolina Saturday afternoon. Crawford also led UCLA with a 3-for-4 outing and scored two runs in the Bruins’ 3-2 win against UC Riverside Feb. 13. Crawford has hit in each of UCLA’s 10 games this season. -Heather Gripp Still looking for a place to create your very own high school fantasy sports team? Look no further than dyestatcal.com, a prominent track and field Web site, which is offering a free fantasy sports league based on the performances of the top boys and girls distance runners in the state. “If there’s one thing kids and fans keep asking us for, it’s to start fantasy leagues,” Dyestatcal editor Rich Gonzalez said. “They like being involved in contests and seem especially excited as this one centers around their peers.” In order to join, persons must choose a team of seven prep distance runners, with the quality of the runners separated into tiers. Each team must have two elite runners from tier one, two runners from tier two, two runners from tier three, and one at-large runner from tier four. The local “tier one” runners on the boys’ side are Michael Cybulski (Royal of Simi Valley) and Cory Primm (Westlake), while Shannon Murakami (Saugus) and Anna Sperry (Simi Valley) both received the distinction on the girls’ side. The scoring is complex, and it is described in detail on the site. The site promises to update the results on weekly basis, while the prize for first place includes a pair of adidas running shoes. It does not yet include a format for other track and field events, but promises to do so as the concept becomes more popular. -Kevin Connelly Royal runners commit to UCLA Bruins SS named week’s Pac-10 player Your fantasy come true All-Star basketball game set for April 21 The 2007 valley sports foundation senior All-Star basketball game is set for Saturday, April 21 at Cal State Northridge. The game will feature all the best seniors from the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. Rosters will be announced the third week of March. For more info on this year’s event please contact Jack Pollon at (818) 425-8737 or jpollon23@hotmail.com. – Gerry Gittelson 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Area football players among nation’s best Eight local football players from the class of 2008 have been recognized among the top athletes in the nation by rivals.com, which released its 250 players to watch list for next season. The list includes: Wes Horton (Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks), Dayne Crist (Notre Dame), Anthony McDonald (Notre Dame), Milton Knox (Birmingham of Lake Balboa), Malik Jackson (Birmingham), Delano Howell (Hart of Newhall), E.J. Woods (Crespi of Encino) and Joseph Fauria (Crespi). center_img Horton, Knox and Woods were also named to the Rivals top 100 list. Former Moorpark running back Darrell Scott was also recognized. Scott has transferred to St. Bonaventure of Ventura for his senior season. last_img read more


Iconic holiday parade canceled

first_imgHOLLYWOOD – Go ahead, pout and cry. Santa Claus won’t be coming to town. After 75 years featuring the best Tinseltown had to offer, the Hollywood Christmas Parade has been canceled. Organizers said dwindling attendance, poor sponsor support and a dearth of A-list talent made the $1 million annual effort too much of a financial strain on the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. “That sucks,” said Abby Jaime, 19, of Pico Rivera outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, upon hearing the news. Jaime has attended several of the annual parades with her family and watched it on television when she couldn’t attend. “I loved the (marching) bands,” Jaime said. “And seeing all the celebrities, the ambiance.” Held the first Sunday after Thanksgiving, the parade was created in 1928 to draw Los Angeles residents to the Hollywood area during the holiday shopping season. In the parade’s heyday, hundreds of thousands of fans came out to see golden era stars such as Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Bob Hope and Mary Pickford serve as grand marshals. Through the years, millions more watched on local and national television broadcasts. Over the past decade, organizers said, the parade lost money about half the time as the chamber struggled to secure advertising dollars and a television contract needed to guarantee celebrity participation. “We’ve been looking to save this parade for 10 years,” said Leron Gubler, Hollywood chamber president and CEO. “The outlook has looked shaky all that time. We’ve explored every option possible. We always had hoped to turn it around. For us, it’s very sad to have to make this announcement.” rick.coca@dailynews.com (818) 713-3329last_img read more


JUDGE ORDERS PROBATION REPORT AFTER PUNCH-UP AT ‘THE GRILL’ OVER ‘GAY’ SHIRT

first_imgONE man suffered a broken jaw and another man bruising after a punch-up in a Co Donegal nightclub sparked by homophobic comments about a shirt, a court has heard.Two men from the county appeared at Letterkenny District Court, each contesting assault charges arising out of an incident on the night of August 15, 2012.A Garda investigation was launched when Michael McDevitt, Drury Road, Kerrykeel, made a formal complaint of assault to officers at Letterkenny on August 24, 2012. He had suffered a serious blow in the incident nine days earlier and was later transferred from Letterkenny General Hospital to Altnagelvin in Derry where he underwent surgery to repair a broken jaw.A metal plate and six bolts had to be inserted into his jaw.Adam O’Donnell, a 22-year-old apprentice toolmaker from Castlewray, Letterkenny, later admitted punching McDevitt, but insisted it was in self defence, and only to protect his younger brother Mark who had been accosted by McDevitt who had made references to his clothes and his “gay shirt.”After hearing evidence from both men, Judge Paul Kelly convicted McDevitt of disorderly conduct in a public place, relating to his comments to Mark O’Donnell.He also convicted both McDevitt and Adam O’Donnell on assault charges.Inspector Michael Harrison said he felt “sad to have to prosecute this case” of two young men with no previous convictions.The inspector said that on the evidence given to the court it was clear that Adam O’Donnell saw that his brother was frightened and he went to look after him.Michael McDevitt was throwing insults at the young man Mark, he said, and his brother went over and intervened and an altercation took place.Judge Paul Kelly agreed. He said the disorder in a public place – the insults to Mark O’Donnell – was proved.He said there was some type of lunge by McDevitt on Adam O’Donnell in which he received a minor injury. Adam had retaliated resulting in life-changing injuries for Mr McDevitt, a 20-year-old student who worked as a kitchen porter at the Rathmullan House Hotel.“It’s a sad state of affairs when two very young men end up before the courts in a most unsavoury incident,” said Judge Kelly.He said the incident was started by McDevitt “who must have been in a state of considerable intoxication” having consumed two pints of bulmers and a half a bottle of vodka before going to The Grill and then six vodkas and two Jagemeisters on the premises.He said McDevitt’s claim that he “wasn’t too bad” was “totally lacking in any credibility.”Judge Kelly said: “He was extremely intoxicated and he couldn’t be anything other than extremely intoxicated.“He subjected Mark O’Donnell to extremely offensive insults and his brother Adam had intervened. The incident escalated almost instantly and I am satisfied they struck each other.”The judge said he was all too aware of fatalities occurring where a single blow has been thrown.“Young men in particular seem to have no regard for how a single blow can have catastrophic consequences,” said Judge Kelly.The judge said it was his view that long term implications for their future should be avoided where possible.He asked for probation service reports before passing sentence.The case was adjourned.JUDGE ORDERS PROBATION REPORT AFTER PUNCH-UP AT ‘THE GRILL’ OVER ‘GAY’ SHIRT was last modified: April 3rd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaultDistrict Courtgay shirtKERRYKEELletterkennyMichael McDevittRathmullanrowThe Grilllast_img read more


MOBILE PHONE MOTORIST CLEARED BECAUSE ‘HE DIDN’T GET PENALTY NOTICE’

first_imgA MAN who admitted driving his car whilst using his mobile phone has walked free from court because of our country’s barmy road traffic laws.Patrick Gallagher, who is 30, and from Trimragh, Letterkenny, told Judge Paul Kelly at the District Court that he had admitted the offence when he was stopped by Garda Elaine Gordon this year.The offence happened on April 11 not far from his home. However Gallagher said he never received the penalty points notice in the post and was unable to pay the fine.Inspector Michael Harrison asked Gallagher if he had been stopped whilst using his mobile phone and he admitted that he was.Judge Kelly dismissed the case – the latest across courts in Ireland to be dismissed as penalty points notices are still sent by ordinary post and there is no proof of delivery.MOBILE PHONE MOTORIST CLEARED BECAUSE ‘HE DIDN’T GET PENALTY NOTICE’ was last modified: November 20th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:case dismisseddriving with mobileLetterkenny Courtlast_img read more


PLAYERS NEED TO DELIVER FOR THE MANAGER, SAYS MURPHY

first_imgDONEGAL GAA FANS believe the appointment of Jim McGuinness as Donegal chief will bring instant results, but captain Michael Murphy knows there is only so much a manager can do.“Any time a new management team comes in, it stirs people and they’re intrigued as to what’s on offer,” Murphy tells The Irish News.“At this time of year, people are curious to see who has been called into the panel and what changes are happening. Knowing Jim and the management team from the under 21s, they’ll bring that level of professionalism and they’ll have plenty of work done already. “But listen, and I keep saying this, it’s really going to be down to the players and how we buy into this. Just looking at the panel, there’s a nice blend of youth and experience there.“Hopefully when we get back into it, everyone will be chomping at the bit – I think every man is looking forward to it and putting in the hard work that has to be done.”PLAYERS NEED TO DELIVER FOR THE MANAGER, SAYS MURPHY was last modified: December 23rd, 2010 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more