House in Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos

first_img Year:  2018 House in Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos Save this picture!© Francisco Nogueira+ 52Curated by Matheus Pereira Share House in Restelo / Pedro Domingos ArquitectosSave this projectSaveHouse in Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos “COPY” Photographs:  Francisco Nogueira Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Houses Area:  400 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Pedro Domingos Arquitectos Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Photographs ArchDaily Manufacturers: AEG, BRUMA, Berker, 2GM, Betãolis, Carpinlux, RocaCity:LisboaCountry:PortugalMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraRecommended ProductsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWoodEGGERLaminatesWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoText description provided by the architects. The house is located in Restelo near Belém. A neighborhood made up of single-family houses disposed of in an amphitheater shape towards the Tagus river. The house is located on the north limit of this set, in the transition between the two store housing and multifamily buildings with 4 floors. The house for a family of 5 people is located in a small plot, at the south of the complex of multifamily housing buildings. The south facade of the house is the “face” of the long housing block.Save this picture!© Francisco NogueiraA monolith in exposed concrete that develops on 4 floors, seeking on each floor to establish different relationships with the water tank, the garden, and the view towards the river. A conventional program for a large family is spread over four floors. The ground floors for the social areas and the last two floors for the private areas. The stairs that link all floors located on the north side of the house establishing different relationships of complicity between the floors, uniting them in a single space. The ground floor drawback in relation to the main body of the house conquering a garden for the house. This floor contains a family room, guest bedroom, storage, technical areas, and laundry. The entrance floor, where the living room and kitchen are located, uses a generous balcony that opens into the garden and the water tank.Save this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!Plan – Ground FloorSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraThe 1st floor contains the 3 children’s bedrooms organized around a patio, a gathering space. The top floor contains the bedroom and other spaces for the parents ending on a generous balcony, a belvedere looking towards the river. The south facade is designed with a set of balconies and patios, which generate a deepness, protecting the living spaces and disrupting the vertical scale of the house.Save this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraSave this picture!© Francisco NogueiraProject gallerySee allShow lessLa Concordia Amphitheater / Colab-19 + Taller Architects + SCASelected ProjectsNo Waste ChallengeBuilt Projects & Masterplans Share Projects Portugal CopyHouses•Lisboa, Portugal ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard “COPY” CopyAbout this officePedro Domingos ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLisbonConcrete HousesConcrete InteriorsPortugalPublished on January 28, 2021Cite: “House in Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos” [Casa no Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos] 28 Jan 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodGRP Siding Façade SystemGlassMitrexSolar GreenhouseMetal PanelsAurubisMill Finished Copper: Nordic StandardMetallicsHAVER & BOECKERArchitectural Wire Mesh – MULTI-BARRETTE 8130Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsSealantsEffisusGutter Repair – TiteGutter3Aluminium CompositesSculptformAluminium Click-on BattensTiles / Mosaic / GresiteMargresPorcelain Tiles – Linea PrestigeMetallicsRHEINZINKZinc Roof Systems – Click Roll CapsTiles / Mosaic / GresiteTerrealTerracotta Cladding TileDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE UnilateralWindowsJoskoWindows and Sliding Doors – ONE SeriesMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?葡萄牙四方住宅 Restelo / Pedro Domingos Arquitectos是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

Homophobia in sport study “sad and scary”

first_imgNewsHomophobia in sport study “sad and scary”By John Keogh – May 14, 2015 805 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook TAGSGay GamesLGBTlimerickOut on the FieldSportTeam Limerick Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Print Twitter Previous articleStand up and Fight for a taste of Limerick’s military historyNext articleConcern over river erosion at County Limerick school John Keogh Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsAppcenter_img Advertisement Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Cillian Flynn and Billie launching the Gay Games 2018 bid – Pic by Liam Burke Press22by Kathy [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up ONE of the founders of a sports club for the LGBT community in Limerick has described some of the results of an international survey into homophobia in sport as “sad and scary”.The ‘Out on the Fields’ study, which questioned 9,500 people worldwide and 501 in Ireland, found that Ireland was the second worst offender in relation to the inclusion of LGBT people in sport, with 75 per cent of Irish respondents saying they had witnessed or experienced homophobia.Cillian Flynn, who was also a member of the Limerick 2018 Gay Games bid committee, told the Limerick Post: “I know from the Gay Games bid and from my involvement in Team Limerick that homophobia in sport is an issue, but the percentage was surprising – 75 per cent of people surveyed had experienced homophobia in sport, which is quite high.“A question came up when we were setting up Team Limerick – why is there a need to create more segregation by having a separate club for LGBT people? But the results of this survey have strengthened the support for that.”According to the survey, 83 per cent of gay men and 89 per cent of gay women are partially in the closet with regard to their teammates, hiding their sexuality from some or all of their fellow team members.Cillian commented:”That’s quite sad and scary. Team sports are all about involvement and getting on together, so if someone doesn’t feel comfortable about coming out to their teammates, that’s sad, and these figures are so high.”He added that he “wouldn’t be surprised if the figures were higher” if a larger survey was carried out among LGBT people involved in sport in Ireland.However, Cillian believes that high profile Irish sports stars such as Robbie Keane lending their support to the Yes Equality campaign in the upcoming marriage referendum is “a huge step forward”.The ‘Out on the Fields’ study rated the United States as the worst offender in relation to the inclusion of LGBT people in sports, followed by Ireland, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and Canada.Some 58 per cent of all participants and 71 per cent of gay men also said that they believe homophobia is more common in Irish sports than the rest of society.A further 75 per cent said they believed youth team sports are not welcoming or safe for LGBT people in Ireland. Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Emaillast_img read more

Press release: Sentence increase for fraudsters who carried out student visa scam

first_imgThree people found guilty of running a student visa scam have had their sentence increased by the Court of Appeal for being too lenient.Tashina Nayyar, Muhammed Babar Bashir and Koteswara Nallamothu were involved in two separate schemes worth over £650,000 that sold over 1,300 fake Confirmation of Acceptance to Study (CAS) documents to people wanting to enter or remain in the UK illegally.Nayyar was sentenced in January at Manchester Crown Court to 2 years 3 months’ imprisonment. Bashir and Nallamothu were then sentenced in March at the same Court to 6 years’ imprisonment and 2 years’ imprisonment suspended for 2 years, respectively.The sentences of Nayyar, Bashir and Nallamothu have now been increased by the Court of Appeal to 4 years, 8 years, and 3 years 11 months respectively, after the Attorney General’s Office referred them as unduly lenient.After the hearing, the Solicitor General, Lucy Frazer QC MP, said:“This fraudulent conduct deliberately undermined the UK immigration and education systems for the financial benefit of the offenders. The offenders abused a system designed to help genuine students from outside the EU. I am pleased that the Court of Appeal has agreed that their original sentences failed to reflect the risks that this type of offending creates.”last_img read more

White and male and seen all over

first_img Women still face unequal pay, acknowledgment, and opportunities, Harris-Perry says Minding the gaps Institutions from corporations to colleges often boast a “wall of fame” of portraits or photographs of their founders or famous members. But when those walls are almost exclusively white and male, it sends a message that can have psychological and performance effects, two researchers said at a recent public discussion put on by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.“Part of one’s personal identity … comes from our group memberships and the social categories to which we belong,” such as age, gender, ethnicity, religion, ethnicity, and sexual identity, Mary Murphy of Indiana University told a Harvard audience at “Identity Threat at Work,” the third and final Diversity Dialogue for the academic year.The dialogue also focused on how “situational cues influence interracial interactions and friendship in real-world academic environments,” according to program organizers. Katherine Emerson, a research associate at Mills College, co-hosted the discussion with Murphy.“Our identity becomes differentially salient based on the different contexts we find ourselves in,” Murphy said. When the environment provides cues that the people of importance are those with whom we do not identify, it constitutes a threat of “being devalued and disrespected because of our social identities,” she added.Tina Bowen, production manager at the Memorial Hall/Lowell Hall Complex, who was one of more than 165 people taking part in the discussion on March 31, said it “changed the way I view my environment.” Related “What looked like mere homages to Harvard’s past now represent the reinforcement of our segregated history. When as influential a room as Annenberg Hall is filled with statues, portraits, busts, and stained glass of predominantly white men, does that signal to women and minorities a message they don’t belong?” she asked.In a PowerPoint presentation, the researchers noted that another element of social identity threat is the risk of confirming, or being seen to confirm, a negative stereotype about one’s own group. It requires knowledge of societal stereotypes, but not personal belief in them.Murphy likened it to “a snake loose in the house. It’s a thing that feels uncomfortable. Stereotype threat interferes with intellectual performance.”She cited studies that illustrate how social identity threat can negatively impact almost anyone. The damaging stereotypes include assumptions that women and girls perform worse than men and boys in STEM fields; African-American and Latino do worse than white students; white men are worse than Asian men in math, and cannot jump as well as black men in basketball games; women do not drive well; men test poorly on emotion recognition and sensitivity; women in leadership positions sacrifice warmth for competence; and racial and ethnic minorities are less-effective leaders.Stereotypes and situational cues shape people’s experiences and performance in the workplace, Murphy and Emerson said.“They include numerical underrepresentation, hierarchical representations and physical environment, symbols we use to say what we value (walls of fame), diversity philosophies, informal and subjective hiring and promotion policies, organizational mindsets,” said Murphy.The researchers said that institutions can take steps to reduce identity threat, and cited an incident at Facebook when employees were asked to write comments and thoughts on a wall. After one employee wrote “Black Lives Matter,” another crossed out the word “Black” and replaced it with “All.” CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the action malicious, and urged employees to participate in a town hall meeting to “educate themselves about what the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement is all about.”Murphy said Zuckerberg’s response was significant because it came from the very top of the organization, and opened the door to discussion. She and Emerson urged other organizations to make their messages and cues more inclusive without reducing standards, and to think about structure and cues in their environments. They said workplace environments should minimize threats to belonging and potential, without “institutional signs that you don’t belong and can’t cut it.”The program was offered by the FAS Dean’s Office, FAS Human Resources, and the FAS Office of Diversity Relations and Communications.last_img read more

The real winner of the World Series? Data Strategy

first_img 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The real winner of the World Series did not throw a strike, hit a home run or caught a fly ball. The real winner didn’t wear a uniform, chewed gum or showed any emotion.The real winner knows everything about baseball, can predict the probability of any baseball moves with remarkable accuracy, and lives in the world of mainframes, cloud and smartphones.As The Guardian reported:In a now famous Sports Illustrated story from 2014, Ben Reiter described an enclave in the team’s offices where a group of employees have created an evaluation database that contains piles of information about every player in the organization, as well as those the team considered drafting. continue reading »last_img read more

Gasum to open Lieto LNG station

first_imgOver the lifecycle of the fuel, liquefied natural gas can help to cut greenhouse gas emissions by around 20 per cent compared to diesel and filling up with renewable biogas can achieve emissions reductions of up to 85 per cent. Since biogas can utilize the same infrastructure as natural gas, the switch to biogas is both easy and cost effective. The Nordic energy company Gasum will expand its LNG filling station network with a new facility in Lieto. “The heavy-duty transport filling station being built in Lieto is part of our network of filling stations in the Nordic countries and adds to it in Finland while strengthening the possibilities for heavy-duty transport to fill up in Southwestern Finland,” Markus Kaarlela, development manager, traffic, Gasum, said. Demand for alternative fuels has grown at an incredible rate as companies pursue increasingly more environment-friendlier transport kilometers. The new gas filling station in Lieto together with the existing filling station in Turku will serve logistics customers and companies in Southwest Finland. Image courtesy of Gasum For logistics company Kuljetus Harri Mikkola, which operates out of Oripää and Kaarina, the new filling station has allowed the company to place an order for its first LNG-fueled vehicle. Kuljetus Harri Mikkola operates contract runs for Lidl Finland and alternative fuels are a significant way for the company to reduce emissions. The station, located in the Avanti business and industrial area of Lieto, will provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied biogas (LBG) for the needs of long-haul transport. The station will open in the summer of 2020, Gasum said in its statement. last_img read more

CBA boys tennis coach earns 450th career win

first_imgIn doubles, Hunter Burton and  Max Lewis took a 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 defeat to Dan Gavilondo and Teddy Williams, while Michael Hill and Ayo Oguntola lost to Teddy Coughlin and Liam Flannery 6-1, 6-1.Following this, CBA was off until Friday, when it beat Phoenix 5-0, only dropping three games in five single-set matches. Oguntola, in singles, beat Logan Chapman 8-2, with Nanavati blanking Ryan Lange 8-0 and Hill getting an 8-1 win over Evan Baldini.Idle the previous week, Fayetteville-Manlius finally got in a match last Monday and routed Syracuse East 7-0. The Hornets’ doubles teams of Rohan Dhawan-Riley Ma, Ben Farber-McEntee-Andy Sun, Jaden Duggal-Davin Woodbridge and Cameron Lukasik-Andrew Shim lost just four games in eight total sets. Tom Daviau has spent decades as the boys tennis coach at Christian Brothers Academy, his players accumulating a long series of accolades.And when the Brothers defeated Cazenovia 3-2 last Monday afternoon, it gave Daviau his 450th career victory, achieved here through a sweep of all three singles matches.Dean Vlassis handled Aiden Kalteski 6-0, 6-1, while neither Ben Vlassis nor Shivam Nanavati dropped games in their 6-0, 6-0 wins over, respectively, C.J. Monroe and Andrew Peterson. In singles, F-M’s David Fernando and Andrew Li each had 6-0, 6-0 wins over, respectively, Hanh Duong and Freddy Butler, with Max Farber-McEntee handling Matt Houck 6-1, 6-0.Two days later, F-M handled Liverpool 7-0. Fernando had the closest match, topping Eli Barbour 6-1, 6-2, while Cameron Lukasik handled Cole Potrzeba 6-0, 6-1 and Max Farber-McEntee got past Adam Ritter 6-1, 6-0. The Hornets’ four doubles teams lost just three total games in eight sets.Jamesville-DeWitt had its own strong effort last Monday against Oswego, claiming all of the singles points in a 6-1 victory over the Buccaneers.Peter Hatton got it going with a 6-1, 6-0 win over Sasha Loayza, with Mark Bratslavsky beating Jacob Lenehan 6-1, 6-2 as William Guisbond had his own 6-1, 6-0 effort to beat Thomas Back.In doubles, Will Parratt and Wes Sharlow lost, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2, to Ben Hoefer and Sam Liepke, but the teams of Essex Glowaki-Dhruv Nanavati, Mike Bratslavsky-Aniket Maini and Ben Oppedisano-Simon Zhou each won in straight sets.Manlius-Pebble Hill handled LaFayette last Monday 5-0, with the singles trio of Dan Braverman, Charlie Mann and J.J. Braverman dropping just two games in six sets of singles play. Anthony Pitts and Harry Xu teamed to beat Brandon Benjamin and Mason Shute 6-1, 6-3, with Casey Beach and Alex Fung topping Leanna Crouse and Adam McIntyre 6-0, 7-5.MPH then lost a 3-2 battle to Cazenovia on Wednesday, this despite a doubles classic where Xu and Beach needed two close tie-breakers to outlast Dan Gavilondo and Teddy Williams 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 (7-6).Of the three singles matches, the Trojans only won one of them, Dan Braverman beating Aiden Kalteski 6-2, 6-0. Mann led early, but could not hold on in a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 defeat to Traian Cherciu.On Friday, MPH met Homer and lost this Trojan duel 3-2. Dan Braverman rallied in singles past Ben Herman 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, with Pitts and Xu ousting Tommy Britt and Sean Powers 6-0, 6-2, but Homer won every other match in straight sets.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: Boys tennisCBAF-MJ-DMPHlast_img read more

Kiplimo looks good to give Uganda medal in junior men’s race

first_img91Dumo MKWANANZIZIM28:19 99Alec HAINESUSA 41Joshua Elisante SULLETAN25:49 33Paul ROBERTSUSA25:31 50Miguel GONZÁLEZESP26:10 2Amdework WALELEGNETH22:43 56Abdullah ABDULLAHKUW 47Yoji SAKAIJPN 26Francis DAMIANOTAN25:03 85Gidown MOHAMED EISASUD 27Adrián BENESP 74Ilyas RAJIMAR27:15 46Aidan REEDUSA25:55 57Mutlaq ALAZEMIKUW 23Abraha KOKOBERI 12Bayelign TESHAGERETH23:35 13Solomon BERIHUETH23:38 48Kieren TALLAUS26:03 79Braulio VILLALVAPER27:23 70Jonathan DEL RAZOMEX 31Ouassim OUMAIZ ERROUCHESP 78Dais MALEBANARSA 77Mitchell UBENECAN27:21 20Hicham AKANKAMMAR24:35 4Betesfa GETAHUNETH22:58 22Mathew Job CHEKURUIUGA24:37 34Ramadhani Juma HAMISITAN25:36 49Yohana Elisante SULLETAN26:05 82Andrew ALEXANDERCAN27:26 Spurred on by Boniface Kiprop, Uganda won their first team junior medal in 2000, which was followed by seven more victories for the Under-20 runners.Kiprop himself bagged individual bronze in 2002, which he followed up with silvers in 2003 and 2004.Since 2000, Uganda has bagged 5 junior men’s individual medals, 8 junior men’s and 1 junior women team medals. The senior men have bagged four medals, while the women 1.Uganda’s Juniors will this time be led by Jacob Kiplimo, world junior 10,000m bronze medalist last year. As a 15-year-old, Kiplimo was the country’s youngest athlete at the Olympics last year where he finished 11th in his heat.#IaafKampala2017 Tweets 90Seif Eddine HAZAMALG28:16 47Scott BEATTIEGBR26:01 42Luke PRIORGBR 30Pakiso MTHEMBURSA25:25 63Andrew KPEHELBR 38Alexis PHELUTFRA 37Amdework WALELEGNETH 75Callum MCCLUSKYAUS27:18 27Kazuya NISHIYAMAJPN25:15 20Daou ABOUBACARCOM 55Meshack Munguti NZULAKEN 28Mouhcine OUTALHAMAR25:19 5Seif Eddine HAZAMALG 89Ouassim OUMAIZ ERROUCHESP28:09 100Isaac HARDINGUSA 35Tefera MOSISAETH 28Mario GARCÍAESP 64Jean-Simon DESGAGNÉSCAN26:42 66Abdelkarim BEN ZAHRAMAR 42Ryunosuke CHIGIRAJPN25:51 50Edwin Kiplangat BETTKEN 93Jacob KIPLIMOUGA 24Kabelo SEBOKORSA24:54 10Kieren TALLAUS 51Sodai SHIMIZUJPN26:11 52Hamza ALIUSA26:14 16Jean-Simon DESGAGNÉSCAN 73Edwar CONDORIPER 62Peter ALKHOURYLBN 71Alexis PHELUTFRA27:07 72Yorlin CANCHANYAPER 80Luke PRIORGBR27:24 85Daou ABOUBACARCOM27:37 67Mouhcine OUTALHAMAR 65Zach FACIONIAUS26:48 38SUOLANGCAIRENCHN25:42 30Said MECHAALESP 25Anouar OUZINEMAR24:59 63Kagiso KEBATSHWARETSEBOT26:40 66Edward TRIPPASAUS26:50 83Rochdi BOUCHEKHCHOUKHAALG27:26 68Joshua PHILLIPSAUS26:57 69Hugo MILNERGBR26:58 80Pakiso MTHEMBURSA 87Francis DAMIANOTAN 72Ali DJOUDARALG27:07 70Yorlin CANCHANYAPER27:07 10Wesley LEDAMAKEN23:25 59Yousef NADOUMKUW 76Dais MALEBANARSA27:20 76Dorin-Andrei RUSUROU 78Keita YOSHIDAJPN27:23 53Fouad ABOUDALG26:14 13Daniel DO NASCIMENTOBRA 81Arturo REYNAMEX27:25 57Tumi LEPHOTHORSA26:28 ORDER / LANEATHLETECOUNTRYSB 2017 59Dorin-Andrei RUSUROU26:33 61Isaac HARDINGUSA26:37 14Ronald Kiprotich KIRUIKEN24:00 39Edwar CONDORIPER25:46 5Selemon BAREGAETH23:03 89Joshua Elisante SULLETAN 23Titus Given KWEMOIUGA24:50 56Abdelkarim BEN ZAHRAMAR26:27 7David LEANAUS 93Gidown MOHAMED EISASUD28:36 53Ronald Kiprotich KIRUIKEN 35Kbashi Mohamedkhir AHMEDSUD25:38 75Braulio VILLALVAPER 1Fouad ABOUDALG 36Bayelign TESHAGERETH 3Richard Yator KIMUNYANKEN22:52 52Amos KIRUIKEN 96Elisha CHEMUTAIUGA 18Victor KIPLANGATUGA24:29 92Elisha Dosla WEMATAN 39Scott BEATTIEGBR 51Richard Yator KIMUNYANKEN 41Hugo MILNERGBR 98Victor KIPLANGATUGA 83Yousif Ahmed MAKEENSUD 105Abdullah AL-QWABANIYEM 14Andrew ALEXANDERCAN 9Yemane HAILESELASSIEERI23:18 92Mohamed Abdaljalil MOHAMEDSUD28:31 31Mario GARCÍAESP25:26 97Kevin KIBETUGA 19SUOLANGCAIRENCHN 8Edwin Kiplangat BETTKEN23:10 RESULT: 22Filmon ANDEERI 11Edward TRIPPASAUS 11Filmon ANDEERI23:28 3Aimen BOULAININEALG 26Mehari TSEGAYERI 94Titus Given KWEMOIUGA 1Jacob KIPLIMOUGA22:40 29Miguel GONZÁLEZESP 37Yoji SAKAIJPN25:41 18Mitchell UBENECAN 6Zach FACIONIAUS 81Kabelo SEBOKORSA 74Omar RAMOSPER 16Abraha KOKOBERI24:06 12Kagiso KEBATSHWARETSEBOT 91Anthiny Dosla WEMATAN 17Kieran LUMBCAN 45Anthiny Dosla WEMATAN25:55 40Benjamin DAVIESGBR 4Ali DJOUDARALG 29Daniel DO NASCIMENTOBRA25:21 45Ryunosuke CHIGIRAJPN 67Ryan MPHAHLELERSA26:57 46Kazuya NISHIYAMAJPN 55David LEANAUS26:24 21Robel SIBHATUERI24:36 7Amos KIRUIKEN23:04 49Keita YOSHIDAJPN 33Solomon BERIHUETH 43Jonathan SHIELDSGBR 62Jonathan DEL RAZOMEX26:39 65Mohamed BALIMAR 82Kbashi Mohamedkhir AHMEDSUD 36Elisha Dosla WEMATAN25:41 25Robel SIBHATUERI 24Yemane HAILESELASSIEERI 54Kieran LUMBCAN26:21 48Sodai SHIMIZUJPN 102Aidan REEDUSA 106Dumo MKWANANZIZIM 32Omar RAMOSPER25:28 60Ahmad AL CHORLBN 64Hicham AKANKAMMAR 15Graham BAIRDCAN 54Wesley LEDAMAKEN 60Jonathan SHIELDSGBR26:35 68Anouar OUZINEMAR 69Ilyas RAJIMAR 73Adrián BENESP27:14 61Almontaser HAMIEHLBN 40Mohamed BALIMAR25:47 58Waleed ALFAILAKAWIKUW 34Betesfa GETAHUNETH 86Gavin PARPARTUSA27:55 77Tumi LEPHOTHORSA 88Adam YOUSIFSUD28:03 43Sam STEVENSGBR25:52 79Ryan MPHAHLELERSA 9Joshua PHILLIPSAUS 6Tefera MOSISAETH23:04 17Meshack Munguti NZULAKEN24:26 32Selemon BAREGAETH 84Mohamed Abdaljalil MOHAMEDSUD Uganda has a very strong record in the junior events of the World Cross Country championships, having bagged a stunning 14 medals in the last 14 editions. 8Callum MCCLUSKYAUS POSBIBATHLETEMARKDETAIL 101Gavin PARPARTUSA 104Hamza ALIUSA 90Yohana Elisante SULLETAN 2Rochdi BOUCHEKHCHOUKHAALG 15Kevin KIBETUGA24:02 84Graham BAIRDCAN27:27 Mutlaq ALAZEMIKUW 95Mathew Job CHEKURUIUGA 44Sam STEVENSGBR 19Mehari TSEGAYERI24:30 86Adam YOUSIFSUD 103Paul ROBERTSUSA 21Ahamada AZADCOM 58Alec HAINESUSA26:28 71Arturo REYNAMEX 94Said MECHAALESP28:38 88Ramadhani Juma HAMISITAN 44Elisha CHEMUTAIUGA25:54 87Benjamin DAVIESGBR28:01 Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Dorian Washes Up Cocaine on Florida Beaches

first_imgHurricane Dorian apparently brought quite a surprise to some people walking along the beaches before and during the storm’s approach.Melbourne Police say a package containing a kilogram of cocaine washed ashore near Paradise Beach Park around the time the hurricane began impacting the east coast.A beachgoer found the drugs and pointed out what he thought was a “suspicious package” to a patrol officer who was monitoring the beach, according to Melbourne city spokeswoman Cheryl Mall. Tests confirmed the package contained cocaine.Last Friday, another beachgoer in Cocoa Beach, less than 20 miles away, found a duffel bag that contained 15 bricks, or kilograms, of cocaine, says Cocoa Beach Police Sergeant Manny Hernandez. He adds that one brick of cocaine can sell for more than $30,000.last_img read more

East Brighton’s Crompton nets Women’s Medal Final title

first_imgWomen’s Medal Final – LeaderboardHolly Crompton (East Brighton GC) – EVSMartine Gilks (Coventry GC) – +1Thalia Martin (Peterborough Milton GC) – +1Collette Burgess (Bude & North Cornwall GC) – +1View the full leaderboard and hole-by-hole scores hereImage copyright of Leaderboard photography Tags: Golf Week, women’s medal 15 Aug 2019 East Brighton’s Crompton nets Women’s Medal Final title center_img Twenty-year-old Holly Crompton of East Brighton Golf Club won the Women’s Medal Final by a single stroke after a grandstand finish.The 5 handicapper recorded her only birdie of the day on the 18th to finish on 77 (level par) – securing the title ahead of three other players who all tied on a handicap-adjusted score of +1.Her consistency was key to success, hitting 13 greens in regulation (GIR) to keep in contention throughout the day. Her careful hitting may have been spurred on by her experience in the practice round on Wednesday, her only previous visit to the course, which was played in torrential rain.It was her first appearance at the national final after qualifying through the Order of Merit system at East Brighton GC before finishing 9th in the regional final at Guildford GC.She credited the support of her family after her success: “Getting the win was a great surprise, and I’m just thankful to my dad for caddying for me.”Her victory in Lincolnshire places her as the female English Handicap Golfer of the Year.last_img read more