The pole vault finals will take place Friday at 5:30 p.m. COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Southland Conference will have two representatives at the 2018 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend, with Tyler Adams of Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin’s Antonio Ruiz set to compete. Events will be held at Gilliam Indoor Station in College Station, Texas, hosted by Texas A&M. Adams, the four-time Southland heptathlon champion and all-time high point scorer at the conference championship meet, will compete in the heptathlon and high jump in College Station. At the 2018 league meet in Birmingham, Ala., the senior Bearkat earned three gold medals in the heptathlon (5,544), high jump (7-01.75) and long jump (24-02.25) along with a sixth-place 60m hurdles finish for a final point total of 34. Complete meet information can be found at Texas A&M’s championship homepage. Meet Schedule | Live Results | Live Video – Friday (5 p.m.) | Live Video – Saturday (4 p.m.) The heptathlon events will begin at 12 p.m. CT on Friday with the 60m, long jump, shot put and high jump and conclude Saturday with the 60m hurdles, pole vault and 1,000m run. The 2018 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships will air on ESPN3 on Friday and on tape delay Sunday on ESPN2. The coverage for day one begins at 5:30 p.m. while Saturday’s stream is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Sunday’s tape-delay airing on ESPN2 is set for 6 p.m. Ruiz took gold in the pole vault at this year’s conference championship with a cleared height of 18-00.50, the league’s best overall on the season.
Saturday, May 25, 20199:00 AM – Game 13 – Game 11 Loser vs. Game 11 Winner*#1:00 PM – Game 14 – Game 12 Loser vs. Game 12 Winner^#6:00 PM – Championship – Game 13 Winner vs. Game 14 Winner+ * GAME 13 WILL BE NECESSARY IF THE WINNER OF GAME 9 ALSO WINS GAME 11.^ GAME 14 WILL BE NECESSARY IF THE WINNER OF GAME 10 ALSO WINS GAME 12.# IF ONLY ONE OF THE TWO EARLY GAMES IS NECESSARY ON SATURDAY, IT WILL BE PLAYED AT 1 P.M., WITH THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME STARTING AT 6 P.M. This year’s tournament marks the tournament’s sixth year in Sugar Land. The 7,500-seat Constellation Field is home to the Sugar Land Skeeters, a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The facility opened in 2012 and was the home of the 2013 and 2015-18 Southland tournaments. The Southland Conference will host its second-annual home run derby at Constellation Field on the eve of the tournament. The event costs $10 for admittance and will take place on Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m., featuring one hitter from each of the eight participating teams. All-Session: $65 for adults; $45 for youth ages 6-17 Single-Day: $21 for adults; $13 for youth ages 6-17; ages five and younger are free Student: Free (with valid ID) for students attending Southland Conference institutions (all schools, even those not competing)Tournament ScheduleAll Times CentralTuesday, May 21, 20196:30 PM – Home Run DerbyWednesday, May 22, 20199:00 AM – Game 1 – No. 3 vs. No. 612:00 PM – Game 2 – No. 2 vs. No. 74:00 PM – Game 3 – No. 1 vs. No. 87:00 PM – Game 4 – No. 4 vs. No. 5 Six-time champion Sam Houston State currently sits atop the conference standings with a 14-7 Southland record. Southeastern Louisiana is second (12-6), followed by Incarnate Word (13-8) and Central Arkansas and Stephen F. Austin at 11-7. Northwestern State (12-9), Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11-10) and Nicholls (10-11) round out the top eight. Thursday, May 23, 20199:00 AM – Game 5 – Game 1 Loser vs. Game 2 Loser12:00 PM – Game 6 – Game 3 Loser vs. Game 4 Loser4:00 PM – Game 7 – Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner7:00 PM – Game 8 – Game 3 Winner vs. Game 4 Winner Ticket Prices BUY TICKETSSUGAR LAND, Texas – Tickets for the 2019 Southland Conference Baseball Tournament are on sale now at southland.org/baseball. They are also available by phone at 281-240-4487, and at the TDECU Ticket Office at Constellation Field (1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land, Texas 77498). Friday, May 24, 20199:00 AM – Game 9 – Game 7 Loser vs. Game 5 Winner12:00 PM – Game 10 – Game 8 Loser vs. Game 6 Winner4:00 PM – Game 11 – Game 7 Winner vs. Game 9 Winner7:00 PM – Game 12 – Game 8 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner The double-elimination tournament, scheduled for May 22-25 in Sugar Land, Texas, will feature the league’s top eight teams and conclude with a winner-take-all championship game May 25 at 6 p.m. CT. The winner of the tournament will receive the Southland’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. All games will streamed on ESPN+.
Hekari wasted no time in taking the lead scoring in the first two minutes of the game through Joses Nawo who smashed a low shot that went across goal and into the far corner of the net.Their second goal came in the 9th minute doubling the lead 2-0 through Tommy Semmy.AS Lossi fought back to score 21 minutes later through Dick Kauma who headed the ball into the net.Hekari’s Wira Wama scored the third goal in an early contender for goal of the tournament, sweetly meeting a Semmy cross to volley home a spectacular strike taking the score up 3-1 at half time.The game is underway at QBE Stadium Auckland in New Zealand.More to come….Picture courtesy of OFC website
JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>JESUS ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) “I manufacture freedom for women,” says Eman Joharjy while looking with mother’s eyes a garment on the table of the sewing workshop of his shop. It is a kind of long-sleeved hooded jumpsuit that came out of his head in 2007. And of your need. “I always liked doing sports on the street, but with a normal abaya (black dress to the feet) it was impossible for me“. Running, the bike. Then an adaptation was invented. Respecting Saudi rules but comfortable, allowing him to do sports on the street, blue and not black. He had just been born The sports abaya. The garment that Eman looks at. Today He lives from his production and has seven employees.“In 2007, when I started, it was impossible to go outside to run without a abaya. Now there is a greater margin to dress. “ For three years, with Prince Mohamed Bin Salam. Of his hand The country is opening towards what is Doha, United Arab Emirates. If football has mixed women and men in the stadium in this Super Cup, since 2018 they can drive and, since December, segregated entries are not mandatory, although in many places they remain and 11 activists, Amnesty International denounces, remain in jail for defending the rights of Saudi women. Eman tries to do it from clothes, his shop, sports. Dressed completely western, drives a large gray car, puts the heart to each of the abayas that have followed that first of 2007. “Women love it. They love it!”. Account that there are photographers who buy them in Jeddah because it gives them freedom of movement at work He says there are mothers who ask them to run after their children. Note every day more demand. “I have offered women a way to live a normal active life.” Be sporty “And there is more and more that run down the street.” The garments do not lack details. Helmet and mobile pockets, reflective at night, cycling model, fabric dry fit. Black and blue, green and gray. They are sewn by men, she designs and sells them. They cost 500 riyales (€ 125) and are sold in Jeddah, Riyadh, Mecca and on-line. And every day they look more like women at the wheel.
Formed in the lower categories of the Aragonese team, Lasure plays on the side, although he also knows what it is to play in more advanced positions, always on the left-handed side. Currently accumulates more than fifty presences (55) in Second (one goal). During this season, the new Tenerife defender has barely participated in nine games, three of them as a starter, which have allowed him to accumulate more than 340 minutes of play.At present, the defender is in the final stretch of the recovery of a physical ailment that has prevented him from being available to his coach in the last competition matches. It is planned to land on the island throughout this Friday. On the other hand Víctor Moreno also works to reinforce the lead. Joselu’s arrival will be officially announced in the next few hours, Real Oviedo striker with whom there is already a principle of agreement to be dressed in blue and white. The left side of Tenerife has been the ‘X File’ since the arrival of Víctor Moreno to the sports management. Last season he reinforced the position in winter with the arrival of Isma López and in the summer he opted for Robert Mazán, but neither of them met expectations. Therefore, this sector has been underpinned with Daniel Lasure (Zaragoza, 1994), who arrives on loan until June from Real Zaragoza.
After that, the British went through Phoenix Suns (2003), Orlando Magic (2003) and Toronto Raptors (2003-04) before joining Valencia Basket in 2004. After playing only seven games with the taronja fichó for the Italian Scavolini Pesaro , and in 2005 he returned to the Endesa League with Joventut.In his two seasons with the ‘Penya’ he averaged 7.4 points and 3.8 rebounds and conquered the FIBA EuroChallenge. Azovmash Mauripol (2007-2008), Unicaja Málaga (2008-11) and CAI Zaragoza (2011-12) were his next teams before retiring after the 2012 London Olympics.All his teams have shown their regret for his death, of which the causes are still unknown. “Terrible news. Our former player Robert Archibald dies at 39. From Unicaja Basketball we want to express our deepest condolences to his family and friends. DEP,” said the Malaga entity.“Robert Archibald has left us at the age of 39, former player of the Joventut Badalona Club between 2005 and 2007. We are dismayed by this terrible news. We want to express our deepest condolences to family and friends,” said the Catalan club.Casademont Zaragoza also expressed his “sadness” for the death of the Scotsman, as did Valencia Basket, who highlighted the “pity” of losing such a young man. Image: Reuters The Scottish expivot played in clubs like Valencia, Unicaja or ZaragozaIn the NBA he played, among others, in Memphis, where he coincided with Pau Gasol The Scottish expivot Robert Archibald, who played in clubs such as Valencia Basket, Joventut, Unicaja Málaga or Zaragoza, has died this morning at 39.Archibald, the first Scot to play in the NBA, trained at the University of Illinois and debuted in the best basketball league in the world with Memphis Grizzlies, in 2002, coinciding as ‘rookie’ with Pau Gasol.
# NapoliBarça Squad1. ter Stegen2. N. Semedo3. Piqué 4. I. Rakitic 5. Sergio 8. Arthur10. 🐐13. Net15. Lenglet17. Griezmann 19. Braithwaite *21. F. de Jong22. Vidal23. Umtiti 24. Junior26. Iñaki Peña28. Riqui Puig30. Collado31. Ansu Fati33. R. Araujo39. Akieme– FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) February 24, 2020 With a goat. This is how Barcelona mentioned Messi in the call for the global account referring to the acronym G.O.A.T., four letters that summarize, in English, a clear concept: the best of all time.Why the goat? The answer is simple. ‘goat’, ‘goat’ in English, coincides with the acronym for ‘Greatest Of All Times’, the best ever. Barça makes it clear: for them it’s Leo Messi. The club culé has this gesture with Messi just to announce the list before facing Naples, team and city that was marked by Diego Armando Maradona. The one of Villa Fiorito, who played as azzurro from 1984 to 1991, undergoes constant comparisons with Leo Messi for the throne of football history. Debate that Barça, symbolically, has tried to sentence.A list with Braithwaite even if I can’t playAlthough he cannot play, the newcomer Braithwaite is included in a list with all his registered teammates and with the absence of the injured like Jordi Alba, Sergi Roberto, Dembélé or Luis Suárez.The complete list is Ter Stegen, Semedo, Piqué, Rakitic, Busquets, Arthur, Messi, Neto, Lenglet, Griezmann, Braithwaite, De Jong, Vidal, Umtiti, Junior Firpo, Iñaki Peña, Riqui Puig, Collado, Ansu Fati, Araujo and Akieme.
Isil Reçber, the wife of the former Turkish soccer player who played in the Barcelona, Rüstü Reçber, explained through Instagram what is the status of her husband, whose condition has gone from severe to stable due to the coronavirus: “The past 72 hours have been difficult and I hope we will improve. Thank you infinitely to everyone who is with us.” The woman who was a doorman has explained step by step the symptoms she has had, explaining that she has never seen anything like this: “This is the battle of a living being against a virus that has changed in size and does not know the human body. Do not try to see the symptoms as in a normal cold because you will waste time. As with everything, detecting it early is very important. It does not stay in the throat and nose for days, but moves quickly to other places. It settles quickly in the lungs, multiplies and pneumonia begins. So the first 72 hours are very critical. Rustu had a fever for days and hours like malaria. Strange symptoms that have never been experienced or seen before. Lips and skin turn gray, you breathe fast, you have trouble breathing, an endless cough, an irregular pulse, and you don’t speak. Maybe You may not like it, but this is what we experience step by step. They are my observations. “Finally, Isil asked people to remain calm despite the health authorities being overwhelmed: “The media is raising awareness, but unfortunately the hospitals are full. Everyone has a family and everyone is a person. Stay calm and stay home.”
The Supreme Court of Jamaica has dismissed an application made last Friday for interim injunctions against Tennis Jamaica brought by one of its members, Joseph Dibbs, to restrain the holding of an extraordinary general meeting (EGM).The EGM which was scheduled for yesterday was postponed by the board of Tennis Jamaica at a special emergency meeting on Monday shortly after the ruling was made. According to a release from Tennis Jamaica a new date for the EGM will be announced shortly. The meeting was postponed, the release said, to allow members to be apprised of the situation and to participate fully in the process of selecting a new administration.The injunctions were sought in a claim which was seeking, among other things, a determination that John Azar was duly and validly elected president of Tennis Jamaica arising out of the annual general meeting of Tennis Jamaica held on November 19 last year.
Absorbing match-ups are sprinkled liberally across the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships this week. Yet, despite the collective allure, one has captured the nation’s imagination. That special one pits Nigel Ellis of St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) against Jhevaughn Matherson of Kingston College (KC) and Raheem Chambers of St Jago High School. In a world where the Olympic or World 100m champion has long been dubbed the world’s fastest human, that extra interest is understandable. Chambers and Matherson are precocious talents who each have won the Class Three 100m in record time. Two years ago, Chambers out-started his friendly KC rival to win in a Class Two record time of 10.29 seconds, with Matherson next in 10.37 seconds. By contrast, Ellis has never won a Champs medal before. This late bloomer moved from Cambridge High and has blossomed at STETHS. He was fourth in both the Class One 100 and 200m last year, with Chambers behind him in the shorter race. All of those ahead of him, including former Calabar standout Michael O’Hara, are gone. So is his 2015 personal best of 10.45. Some didn’t believe his fast-winning Western Champs times of 10.20 and 20.40 seconds until his measured 10.26-second dash to beat Chambers in the Under-20 100m at the recent Carifta Trials. Even though that was Chambers’ first 100m of the season, and even though Matherson smoothly released a 10.25 to win the under-18, everyone believes in Ellis now. His mission is to become the first boy from STETHS to win the Class One 100m. For all that, there are some other big matchups. Ellis’ schoolmate, Junelle Bromfield, and Ashley Williams of Holmwood Technical are heading for a highly anticipated meeting in the Class One 400m. Bromfield is strong and Williams is quick, but the STETHS girl is just about 0.3 faster on the clock this year. Despite all that and the lofty expectations for the clashes between Jauavney James, Shevon Parkes, and Leon Clarke in the Class One 800m and between the JC pair of O’Brien Wasome and Clayton Brown in the Class One triple jump, the girls’ Class Two 100m hurdles will share the spotlight. Two former Class Three and Four winners, Sidney Marshall of Manchester High and Holmwood’s Shanette Allison, demand attention in the Class Two 100 metres hurdles. Allison edged her elder rival at Central Champs and looked great on Tuesday in the Champs heats. Her time of 13.60 seconds led all qualifiers in the preliminary round. Perhaps next year, when she will again be in Class Two, she will knock on the door of the record, set at 13.38 seconds by Peta-Gaye Williams. As in the boys’ Class One 100m, there is another worthy contender. That’s Marshall’s teammate, Daszay Freeman. This leggy lass has sprint credentials, having beaten St Jago’s outstanding Kimone Shaw. Marshall is slick. Allison is quick and Freeman has the look of someone who will keep improving. One of them could become really, really good. That’s the great thing about Champs. Whether the athlete is as unheralded as Ellis or as established as bright prospects like Chambers and Matherson, those who watch Champs keenly could see a gem. So here’s a word of advice. Don’t lose focus after the big 100-metre final. The girls’ Class Two 100-metre hurdles could be the race of the meet. HIGHLY ANTICIPATED