Victoria Jiménez Kasintseva, the Andorrana tennis participant who shocked the world final January crowning herself because the youngest junior champion of the Australian Open, cOn simply 14 years, he has simply reached a new milestone: from immediately it’s the number 1 within the world within the junior class (as much as 18 years), and nothing lower than within the week through which it can make its skilled debut, within the W15 + H of Amiens, France. Born in Andorra, Vicky was wanting reaching the highest with a document of precocity: with 14 years, seven months and one day, solely the North American Coco Gauff grew to become the most effective junior within the world with youthful age, having achieved that distinction in 2018, with simply 14 years, 4 months and 4 days.“Being number 1 was a dream, however not a aim. My aim is to be completely satisfied taking part in tennis, preserve bettering with out placing stress however with out limits. I’ll proceed to work with rigor and energy, trusting myself, as all the time. At this time begins a new stage debuting as an expert and I face it with most enthusiasm, ”stated Jiménez Kasintseva. In the meantime, Enric Molina, Tennium associate and agent of the participant, added: “We’re very completely satisfied to see how Vicky is reaching new targets and to see her progress. Vicky has spectacular expertise and situations and limitless potential. You must be cautious and let it observe its pure evolution. We’re very proud to be a part of your crew and collectively along with your mother and father and technical crew, information you in your technique to professionalism to attain all of your targets. ” Imposing bodily by age (measures 180 cm), Jiménez Kasintseva trains in Sitges below the tutelage of his father Joan Jiménez and with the technical recommendation of Jordi Arrese, he dominates Spanish, Catalan, French, English and Russian (His mom is of that nationality), admires Rafael Nadal and Petra Kvitova, and, like them, factors excessive: “Australia has been my first nice, however I’ve three others left to compete and attempt to do my greatest.” And the following large one will simply be on his favourite floor: Roland Garros, on clay. Tennium has its headquarters in Barcelona and presence in Argentina, Belgium, america and the United Arab Emirates.It owns the ATP 250 European Open, in Antwerp, and the ATP 250 Argentina Open, in Buenos Aires, and lately it has been awarded the administration contract of the ATP 500 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, from 2021. In 2020, Tennium may also set up three collection of the Senior Masters Cup in Spain: Valencia, Marbella and Zaragoza. The corporate combines its participant illustration enterprise with its Excessive Efficiency Program, led by Sebastien Grosjean in Boca Raton, United States.
In the year 117 today is a special day. If on April 26, 1903 Atlético was founded on Calle de La Cruz number 21, central Madrid, just a short walk from Sol, Today is another special anniversary, May 2, the day in which in El Retiro Park, Atlético played their first game. The club itself recalled it in its networks and on its website under a section entitled “An image for history” that collected in black and white that moment, the beginning of everything. “On May 2, 1903 we played the first game in our history. It was disputed by 24 athletic partners, divided into two teams of twelve. The Campo del Retiro hosted the meeting, “said his text. Many memories. Today on this 117th anniversary, with the El Retiro park closed, like football, because of the same thing, This pandemic caused by the coronavirus that the world lives, you look at that photo and that party more nostalgically, of which much is known but no fundamental data is known.. The club related it in a review on its page. “On May 2, 1903, the first game in our history took place. 24 members of Athletic Club de Madrid met at Campo del Retiro in a meeting in which each team had 12 players and which served both as a test for access to the first team of players and as a fraternization among club members “, specify. “BWith the mandate of Enrique Allende, the first president in our history, practically all of the members participated in a party whose final result is unknown.“, keep going. From Gloria Fuertes to O’DonnellSoon the draft of that first grew uncontrollable, until the poet Gloria Fuerte, born in Madrid in 1917, declared herself in her colors, when her name was not even Atlético de Madrid but still Athletic. Fifteen years were lacking for her to be born in Lavapiés when those 24 partners began to roll the ball, as a backdrop. “The match was held in the Campo del Retiro and faced two teams of twelve players, all partners. Twelve of them wore our first kit, blue and white with black pants, and the person in charge of the arbitration was Enrique Goiri, treasurer. The Campo del Retiro was our first playing field from 1903 to 1913, the year in which we moved to the Campo de O’Donnell, “recalled the club on its page. In the absence of live football, memories like that revive him.“El Campo del Retiro, also known as Campo de la Rana because of the adjoining picnic area that offered food and drink at popular prices, was considered one of the best in the city. The field was earthen and was next to the fence of the Retiro park in the so-called Ronda de Vallecas, today Avenida Menéndez Pelayo. Their care was the responsibility of the partners, who smoothed and cleaned the playing field, painted the lines of the field and even fixed the goals for the dispute of the matches. In the absence of fencing and to protect the playing field, a ditch was dug around it to prevent the passage of cars and dump trucks that dumped waste and demolition materials“It ended. Details of that day, the beginning of one of the greatest stories ever told. And lived.
… Govt to make a decision – Region 10 ChairmanSeveral investors have expressed interest in utilising an abandoned state property in Linden to open another business.Region 10 Chairman Renis MorianThe abandoned entity situated at Kara Kara, Mackenzie, once housed a call centre, formerly the Toucan Connection Incorporated.Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) Chairman Renis Morian speaking with Guyana Times indicated that Government has to make a decision on the welfare of the new interests. He noted that while some investors are seeking to conduct call centre-like services, several other business ideas have been touted.“Everybody wants a piece of the call centre, but the Government got to make a decision as it relates to that. I would hope that it turns a call centre”, Morian said, while opining that the former Toucan Connection building is ideally suited for a call centre.Regional Councillor Sandra Adams had also recently stated that she was in talks with a possible investor, however, the process was moving along slowly.Several call centre investors have used the location, however their services have been short-lived. The Toucan Connection was the most recent, which operated for several years before abruptly closing last year, leaving approximately 86 employees on the breadline.The call centre has over the years been one major source of employment in the community. A larger percentage of women and single parents benefited from employment.The Government was forced to intervene last year, as workers from the Toucan Connection were sent home without prior notice and without receiving their severance packages. The issue has so far been resolved with over 60 employees having received their severance packages, however, the centre, which is considered the property of the State has since remained closed.Residents are voicing concerns as to if and when the centre will be re-opened, so as to provide much needed employment to Lindeners.
Mr. Swen: “The worst war that befall the country is the declaration of political and violent oppression by uniform security against uniform students…”— Transitional justice advocate, Jeremiah SwenJeremiah S. Swen, founder of the Alliance for Transitional Justice of Liberia has taken the country to task, believing that because of the noncompliant posture of the government to adhere to the full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report, the country is being placed in a situation that undermines accountability, healing, reconciliation and the impunity.Swen recalled how currently, Liberia serves as an unhealed and injustice society, unable to project sustainable peace,He added, “As a fragile society, Liberia always lives in the unbalanced space of corruption, nepotism, under-development and unemployment of its citizenry due to the limitation of foreign investment and donor funding.”For this, Swen observed that there will be no serious investment from multilateral institutions and industrial countries when “impunity reigns as a king and corruption as a queen.”He made the observation on Friday, November 22, when he served as a guest speaker at the first fundraising information session of the Education Transforms Lives Foundation (ETLF), a non-for-profit organization that is intended to eradicate poverty through the power of quality education.Swen informed his audience that due to the wrongs in the country, “we need to revisit and intervene, especially by tapping into the strategic nature of education.”On the theme, “Provoking Our Self-Commitment Toward the Provision of Quality Education for Children’s Empowerment,” Swen described quality education as a medium to defeat illiteracy, ignorance and poverty to project sustainable growth and development.He recalled that during the past decades, the world witnessed an insurrection of violent and deadly proportion that devoured the Liberian’s population.“During that time, we removed the pen and all education-related instructional materials from the hands of our youngest generation to the extent that we immorally breed a new philosophy of death, sustained by illicit drugs, and dangerous substances.”He continued, “Vicious destruction was introduced, instead of vision and ego, and our adolescent and youth (ages 8 thru 15) were masters and vampires of death.”Swen added, “Some of the youth were the engines and instruments that sustained the unpatriotic actions of warlords, who exploited their talents; victimized them by becoming the vessel that victimized others. But, this must be accounted for so that we change the course of events.”According to Swen, the worst war to befall Liberia is the declaration of political and violent oppression by uniformed state security against uniformed students, who only seek quality education to defeat poverty, ignorance, diseases, hunger and underdevelopment.He said that the authorized action of vandalizing the premises of schools, inflicting pains and body bruises on minors ages 12-16, which the nation witnessed during the 27th Memorial of the notorious Octopus invasion (1996), clearly point to tyrannical rule, and lack of nationalistic consciousness by the government to uphold Article 1 and 17 of the 1986 Constitution, and Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Article 1 of the Liberian Constitution says: “All power is inherent in the people,” while Article 17 says: All persons, at all times, in an orderly and peaceable manner, shall have the right to assemble and consult upon the common good, to instruct their representatives to petition the Government…”“Among us and somewhere in the shadow of anti-liberation, some perceived that the act of the government was driven by emotion of miscalculation that is false from the infamous St. Peter Lutheran Church’s massacre (1990) to the King’s Town sporadic murder, where today, impunity has overshadowed our nation. But don’t be deterred, justice shall triumph over impunity” Swen declared.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“The M&A activity and earnings seem to be holding up better than expected. I think you’re going to see more of this,” said Bill Dwyer, chief investment officer at MTB Investment Advisors, referring to merger and acquisition deals as well as surprisingly strong profits. The Dow rose 79.81, or 0.59 percent, to 13,556.53. The blue chips set a new trading high of 13,558.48, having crossed 13,500 for the first time Thursday. The Dow has risen in 30 of the past 36 sessions. Broader stock indicators also advanced. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 10.00, or 0.66 percent, to 1,522.75, its highest level in more than six years. The index came within fewer than 5 points of its record close of 1,527.46, set in March 2000. The Nasdaq composite index rose 19.07, or 0.75 percent, to 2,558.45. While the week saw a number of mixed finishes for the major indexes, investors seemed unfazed by the mostly modest pullbacks. Bigger consolidations aren’t unusual given the string of gains seen in the past month in particular. For the week, the Dow rose 1.73 percent, its seventh straight week of gains. The recent weekly gains mark the longest streak of wins since an eight-week gain that ended in January 2004. NEW YORK – Stocks surged higher Friday as another round of corporate takeovers prodded investors to continue a largely uninterrupted months-long buying streak. The Dow Jones industrial average registered its 24th record close this year and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index came within striking distance of its record high. Beyond the buyout news, which has lent buoyancy to the markets for months, a stronger-than-expected reading on consumer sentiment helped investors set aside some concern that consumers unnerved by higher gas prices would pull back on spending and upend the economy’s smooth slowdown. The latest takeover news, including deals involving such marquee names as General Electric Co. and Microsoft Corp., signaled that the enormous amount of liquidity that has lubricated global stock markets in recent months doesn’t appear on the verge of evaporating. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
In recent years, developers wanting to build projects in Fort St. John, regardless of whether these projects are new businesses or housing developments, have been frustrated by what they feel is an expensive, time-consuming and unclear process.The City too, has been frustrated with its own development permit process, and commissioned Tantus Solutions Group to review the policies, practices and bylaws used by the City of Fort St. John’s Development Services Department. After consulting with members of the development community, contractors, utility companies, Council and City staff, Tantus identified a number of areas that need improvement, and presented a report containing their findings and recommendations to Council last week.The goal of the review is to create a permit application and approval process that is functional and efficient, trackable and reliable.- Advertisement -One recommendation that City staff implemented even before the report was presented, was to initiate a software program to manage the permit process. The permit was also divided into two permits, the first a Development Area Permit, which deals with zoning, form and character, and gives the developer early approval for the project. The second is a Development Servicing Permit which requires full engineering details.“This was an area that developers has requested a change, as they did not want to have to spend funds to fully engineer a project if the concept had to change due to zoning or form and character reasons,” stated Victor Shopland, General Manager of Integrated Services for the City, in the cover letter of the report.The Tantus review found, among other things, that not only is the application process paper-driven, but the application process is unclear to applicants and submissions are often incomplete and of poor quality. Improving the process by making most steps available on-line, including permit application, payment and an FAQ, as well as enabling applicants to track their applications on-line would go a long way towards streamlining the process.Advertisement Implementing single points of contact for developers, and improving the communication process, would address a number of concerns, the review found. Considering implementing more neighbourhood plans, implementing a performance management framework were also recommended in the review.Lee Bedell, president of the North Peace Construction Association said, “The Construction Association is pleased with the progress the City has made by retaining Tantus to provide an evaluation on the current development procedures. For the most part, Tantus has outlined our primary concerns in their explanation to council. They have also suggested solutions for consideration that we too feel will improve the situation. We trust that their evaluation will encourage the city officials to continue working with the local developing community to improve current procedures.”In order to go forward with the recommendations, Tantus also developed an implementation plan, outlining the tasks and projects needed to enable each recommendation. The majority of these are anticipated to be put in place within the next year to 18 months.Here is a copy of the full review.Advertisement
Tottenham substitute Harry Kane proved just why he deserves a crack in the starting line-up by netting a dramatic late winner at Aston Villa.Spurs fans were left wondering just what the academy graduate had to do to earn a first Premier League start, having scored eight times in 12 games this season, as under pressure boss Mauricio Pochettino stuck with the divisive Emmanuel Adebayor.In contrast the Villans had Christian Benteke up front, who put in an imperious display until he stupidly saw red, giving Spurs their route back into the game as Nacer Chadli cancelled out Andreas Weimann’s opener and Kane stole all three points.Neither side came into the match in decent form, so it was unsurprising to see nervousness dominating more than skill and clear cut chances, and even when opportunities did arise they were badly squandered.A prime culprit of wastefulness was much-maligned Spurs striker Roberto Soldado, who somehow managed to put a totally free header wide from a staggering total of just four yards out. The travelling supporters immediately made their feelings known to Pochettino by breaking into chants of ‘Harry Kane’.At the other end Benteke was proving precisely why he is the sort of striker the north London outfit would benefit from having in their ranks as he cannoned a blistering left-footer off the outside of the post.But Weimann ensured Villa took advantage of their building momentum as he toe-poked in Charles N’Zogbia’s cross on 16 minutes to put the hosts ahead, ending their two month barren run and 547 Premier League minutes without a goal.Adebayor then took his opportunity to prove he can match Soldado in being just as poor a goal threat as the Togo forward burst through one-on-one and then had his tame effort easily saved by Brad Guzan. Manager Pochettino, clearly feeling the rising pressure in the Spurs dugout, took to throwing his water bottle to the ground in frustration.The Argentine’s anger could have risen a few more notches had Benteke’s brilliant looping header fell just a few inches inside the post, rather than flicking the outside of it.Finally, it was time for the boss to give Spurs fans what they wanted, as he hauled off the laughably bad Adebayor for man of the moment, Kane.Immediately the England Under-21 international showed more in 60 seconds than his team-mate had in 60 minutes, winning a corner through bustling work and then planting a thumping header at Guzan’s chest.Re-energised by Kane’s introduction, Spurs were thrown an added incentive to find an equaliser when Benteke needlessly got himself a straight red card for raising his hands and mildly slapping Ryan Mason after a feisty challenge from the youngster.However, the Tottenham midfielder could also consider himself lucky not to walk having butted heads in the confrontation.Villa’s bench were left fuming by the incident and the temperature gauge noticeably increased on the field too as Weimann entered the book for a wild challenge on Mason.But the testy mood was playing into Tottenham’s hands as they sought and equaliser. Eventually, it would come as Chadli smartly volleyed home from a corner with six minutes remaining.Paul Lambert desperately tried to rally his troops and Aly Cissokho was almost the unlikeliest of heroes as he smashed a shot just wide.But it was Spurs who would end up executing a classic smash and grab as Kane hammered in a Cristiano Ronaldo-esque dipper free-kick which, aided by a vicious deflection off Nathan Baker’s head, left Guzan wrongfooted. Tottenham’s Harry Kane 1
The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 12, 16, 25 and 30. There was one winner of Match 3 Numbers, Christine Cunningham, Co. Clare. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €2,300. Match 3 rolls over to €60. The Killotto is now online. This week team selling Killotto is Shane Molloy’s team and 24th is Brenda Foy’s team. If you would like to do the Killotto and are not at home, go online to the new website www.killybegsgaa.com and follow the link for the instructions.There was no winner of Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went Eileen Gallagher, Glenties. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1,200 on 46 calls.As the ladies season has now concluded, we wish to thank the following for their help during the past year. The tea committee under stewardship of Patricia Murrin and Mary Hitler, those club men who officiated as umpires and lines men, those senior and reserve players for their valuable inputs, tony Hegarty for his assistance on medical matters, Mary Gallagher and Shannon Gorman as masseurs, the club officers for all their help, the Harbour Bar who sponsored each girl a hoodie and the people of Killybegs who came to support us in our matches. The ladies will begin again in January. We welcome back our existing panel and look forward to new members joining us. GAA: KILLYBEGS CLUB GAA NOTES was last modified: September 13th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:GAA: KILLYBEGS CLUB GAA NOTES
Lagan Harps FC notesOur u/14 girls won the u/14 Rosebowl with a 5-0 win over Bonagee Utd. Scorers were Rachel, Mc Daid, Casey Barrett and Brenna Dunne. Earlier in the week they lost on penalties to Glenea Utd after a 3-3 draw. Scorers were Bronagh Gallagher(2) and Brenna Dunne.In the Plaque final our younger side lost 2-1 to Glenea Utd with Erin Doherty scoring. Our mens team start their league campaign with an away trip to Donegal Town this Sunday. Our ladies team were due to play Glenree Park in the Glencar Inn cup final in Ballyare this Wednesday 2nd Sept.Our u/14 boys start their campaign with a home game v Drumkeen Utd at 12.00 on Saturday. Our u/12’s are away to Convoy Arsenal on Wednesday 9th Sept.In our weekly lotto the numbers drawn were 13,14,19 and 24. Nine people had two numbers with Sandra Mc Crea drawn out and winning E50. Next weeks jackpot is €5,700.SOCCER NEWS: LAGAN HARPS U14 GIRLS WIN ROSEBOWL was last modified: August 31st, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Lagan Harps
UPDATED: DONEGAL is being battered by a damaging FORCE 11 storm.Winds gusting to an astonishing 150km/hr have increased to 160km/hr and are hitting coastal areas of the county.Tides of over 10metres are hitting the coasts – and 50mm of rain is expected to fall today. There is also the possibility of more snow on higher ground throughout Tuesday and since 10am many areas are being lashed with hail storms.The winds hitting the county are the strongest to hit in months and are what would normally accompany a hurricane.Earlier trees were blocking roads in Newtowncunningham, Trentagh, Churchill, Ramelton (pictured below), Kilmacrenan, Lurgybrack, Portsalon Crossroads, St Johnston, Convoy, Rathmullan, Creeslough, Termon, Lough Salt near Glen and several other locations.There were also reports of road blockages in Donegal Town, Dungloe, Ardara, Kilcar, Glenties and Ballybofey. The Harry Blaney Bridge is closed. A power line is down between Ballyliffin and Carndonagh and a tree is partially blocking the N13 Letterkenny/Ballybofey Rd near Kilross.Gardai have warned motorists to drive with caution.Power has been cut to thousands of homes during the night. Donegal and Sligo have been worst hit, with 9,000 customers affected although half of those were repaired by 10.30am.Said a Met spokesman: “Winds will moderate later in the day.”© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights Reserved The copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.com DONEGAL HIT BY 160 KM/HR WINDS AS STORM STRIKES was last modified: January 3rd, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:donegal weather warningrainsnowwinds