Still trying to find its feet after a ministerial investigation found the organisation’s executive was “dysfunctional”, the SA SportsConfederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) faces further controversy following the suspension of its acting president.At a board meeting on Wednesday, the Sascoc board placed Barry Hendricks on a leave of absence with immediate effect, pending theoutcome of an investigation.He was replaced as the Olympic body’s acting president by Athletics SA president Aleck Skhosana.“Mr Hendricks has been informed not to engage the membership, board, management and staff until the investigation is concluded,” Sascoc said in a statement.Hendricks had been accused of attempting to “block” the nomination of Tennis SA board member Ntambi Ravele for the vacant Sascoc president’s position, after former executive head Gideon Sam had stepped down last year due to the 70-year age limit placed on the umbrella body’s board.Last month, Skhosana had also alleged that he was being blocked in his run for the Sascoc president’s seat after he and provincial rugbyadministrator Jerry Segwaba had been removed from the list of nominees, with Skhosana and Segwaba allegedly failing to submit all the required documents.The Sascoc elections, which were scheduled to be held on March 28, had been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus lockdown.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.
By The Nelson Daily SportsFor those people living under a rock, the month is April and not February.Which means golf courses should not be opening for the first time, but already have seen hoards of birdies, bogeys and pars.Still good things come to those who wait.And the wait is over as the 18-hole Balfour course begins the 2011 season this week.The Les Furber designed facility opens the driving range for patrons Monday before sending golfers out to the first tee box Friday, April 15th.“Last year we opened March 15th, so we’re a full month behind,” said Balfour club professional Brad Woods. “But last year it rained a lot in April so maybe we’re right on schedule.”Balfour is not the first course out of the starting gates.Woods said drier courses in Christina Lake, Creston and Birchbank have already seen players on the track.Castlegar is offering a modified nine until the snow backs off from some of the isolated parts of the course.The Balfour course is known a challenging course with clearly defined fairways capped with beautifully contoured greens. All these while players get the opportunity to witness the stunning beauty that is emphasized by the natural surroundings.Some of the highlighted tournaments this season at Balfour include the Ted Hargreaves Memorial, the Barry Crispin Memorial, the Seniors and Ladies Opens as well as the Men’s Match Play in late May.Call the Balfour pro shop at 250-229-5655 to make a tee time.No date on when Granite Pointe at Nelson will [email protected]
By The Nelson Daily SportsThe Glacier Gymnastics club culminated an impressive season on the balance beam by hosting the Kootenay Zone Championships at the Civic Centre facility.Teams from throughout the zone joined the host from the Heritage City in the annual windup competition to the local gymnastic season.The zones were held over two days with competition in boys, girl’s pre-competitive, interclub and high school events.Glacier results included:Level 1 Argo 2002 Alexis Dyck, first on bars, second on floor and beam and first overall; Senna Moroney, first on beam, second overall; Teigan Barnhart, first vault, third overall; and Gwen McCrory second on bars first on floor, third on beam.Level 1 Argo 2001Ohia Wintraub, first on beam and bars, secnd on floor and vault, second overall; Olivia Kelly, third on floor, fourth on beam, third overall; Ashley Caponero, second on floor, fifth overall and Mimi Lockhurst, third on beam, fifth on floor and sixth all overall.Level 1 Tyro (10 & 11yrs old)Sara Tolles, first on vault, floor and beam, second overall and Brenna Barnhart, second on floor, third on vault and bars and third overall.Level 1 Novice & Open combinedKaya Fraser, first on beam, second overall; Maddie Sternloff, second beam, third on floor, fourth overall; Miranda Boisvert, fourth on beam, sixth overall and Katie Poetsch, third on beam and fourth on floor.Level 2 TyroBryn Walsh, first on bars and floor, second overall; Kylee Dyck, second on floor, third on Bars, third overall; Victoria Lawrence-Jeffery, second on beam, fourth on floor, fifth overall and Hailey Lothrop, third on beam and sixth overall.Level 2 NoviceChultim O’Neil was first vault, bars, floor and first overall; and Bronwyn Sutherland, first on beam and third on vault.Level 2 OpenJulie Poetsch took third on floor and bars, fourth overall; Kelly Westrop, second on vault, fourth on floor, fifth overall; and Rebecca Benner, sixth on vault, beam, floor and overall.Level 3 Tyro/Novice combinedJasmine Schacher captured first on beam, second on floor, bars and overall and Ella Kellan, third on floor and fourth overall.Highschool Level 1 Category Trilby Buck, first on vault, floor and first overall.Highschool Level 2 CategoryDanielle Cousins was first on beam, floor and overall; Shaylene Geist, second on bars, beam, third overall; Leanne Kalmikoff, third on floor, bars and overall and Abby Cowan second on floor, third on valult and fourth overall.Boys Level 3 Under 13Quinn Barron dominated with a gold in all six events and overall; Ciun Murphy, second on floor, rings and parallel bars second overall and Oliver McDougall-Eisele, second on vault and horizontal bar and third [email protected]
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GLENDALE – Energy from the winds of southwest Wyoming will soon power local appliances by way of interstate power lines. The City Council this week unanimously approved a roughly $1.8 million-per-year contract with PPM Energy Inc., to supply electricity for 16 years from a wind farm in Unita County, Wyo. “It’s a renewable resource so it doesn’t contribute to carbon dioxide and other pollutants,” Ned Bassin, the city of Glendale’s power management administrator, said Thursday. The deal buys enough turbine capacity to generate up to 10 megawatts of electricity if winds are blowing full force. The actual amount of power is a steady 3-MW stream – enough for 600 customers, Bassin said. The city also is reviewing other proposals, including solar power, but Bassin said officials are not in any hurry. “Because we’re doing so well on this, we don’t feel pushed to accept the next thing that comes along,” he said. Wind-farm development nationwide has intensified in recent years as energy costs continue to rise. The Federal Aviation Administration has said applications for wind turbines have doubled over the past two years. About 2,200 of the 5,000 wind turbines proposed in the United States this year have been approved. [email protected] (818) 546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The wind doesn’t always blow, and it doesn’t always blow consistently hard for continuous power,” he said. It’s the second wind-power deal for the city. Glendale Water & Power signed a 20-year deal in August 2003 with a Northern California wind farm at a rate of just over $50 per megawatt-hour, compared to $63 in the new contract. Electricity generated locally costs between $50 to $70 per MWh, Bassin said. “During the last year with high energy prices, this contract has helped us save money,” he said. When natural gas prices shot up last winter, electricity costs rose to between $80-$90 per MWh – rates the wind energy contract helped buffer. GWP serves about 80,000 customers and generates 30 percent of its electricity at the Grayson Power Plant and at the Magnolia Power Plant in Burbank, Bassin said. The rest is purchased from outside Southern California. In 2003, the council set out to meet at least 20 percent of local power needs through renewable sources such as wind, hydroelectric dams and landfill gases by 2017. With the new wind contract, the tally is about 18 percent, Bassin said.
no dice shining huge blow 2 ADVICE Former Scotland manager Gordon Strachan will no longer be used by Sky Sports after controversial comments in which he appeared to conflate convicted sex offender Adam Johnson’s situation with racial abuse.Johnson has recently been released after serving three years in prison for engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year-old fan, and the ex-England winger has not ruled out a return to football. Adam Johnson was released from prison after serving three years BEST OF Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions “What if we don’t allow him back in the game and his family are affected? His kids? We’ve got to think about that.”A Sky statement said: “The comments were made by a guest on The Debate. Of course Sky Sports does not support the comments and we’re sorry for the offence they have caused.”Former Reading and Middlesbrough striker Leroy Lita shared video footage of Strachan’s intervention and added: “He really compared racism with paedophilia. F*****g disgrace.” Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars The ex-Celtic and Southampton boss had also said he would consider signing Johnson if he was still a manager.“I would because I go back to what I believe in, that everybody deserves a second chance – and he’s done his bit,” he said.“People will think he’s done his three years but this is for life. People will say, ‘That’s that guy!’ REVEALED Gordon Strachan will no longer be used by Sky Sports Strachan said in his role as an occasional contributor on The Debate earlier this week: “If he goes on to the pitch and people start calling him names, have we got to do the same as it is to the racist situation?“Is it all right to call him names now after doing his three years – have we got to allow that to happen?”Strachan is not an employee of Sky so is not subject to its disciplinary protocols, but the broadcaster has distanced itself from the Scot’s remarks and it has been understood he will not be used again. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REVEALED LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REPLY Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 2
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Instagram, the free iPhone photography app that’s grown like a weed, has a lot of both fans and critics. Some critics allege that the app’s photo filters ruin perfectly good images and will be looked back at later in the photographer’s life with regret. Surely there are some great photos on Instagram though, right? I’ve seen some great stuff posted by others in my experience using it. I wish I was a better photographer myself so I knew how to use the app better.One group of fans in London believe they’ve learned to use the app very well and they’ve gone from geographically nearby to each other, to having regular in-person meetups to what’s now perhaps the next logical step: their own gallery art show. Here at ReadWriteWeb we love democratized publishing online and we love art, so we had to take a look at MyWorldShared – a gallery show of Instagram photos that opens in London on October 22nd. “My World Shared captures the concept of Instagram,” the group says, “to record in images our world around us, our lives, our outlook, our views, and share that view with the rest of the world. It is an individual view, but one that others can relate to, like postcards from a friend.”Instead of postcards from exotic far-away places though, Instagram photos are often taken from right nearby your home. You’ve always got your phone on you. If you see something visually interesting – why not record it in a snapshot? It’s an interesting intersection of ideas: Unusual sights, but in the usual places, perhaps with a slight tweak of a color filter and often of things that other people pass by regularly. It’s a system of visual interpretation that anyone (who has an iPhone) can participate in. Is this some kind of symbol of today’s celebration of mediocre, unconsidered, shallow, frivolously decorated amateur art? Not if it’s curated well! If most of the content on Instagram brings joy to no one but the people who post it – so be it. But the large body of images that the app makes easy to create are clearly leading to some great photos.Why not put the best of it in a gallery? There are certainly Instagram users here in my home town of Portland whose work I would enjoy seeing printed large and on a wall.I don’t know if MyWorldShared is the first Instagram art show but I’m sure it won’t be the last.The show also got a write-up by Josh Wolford at WebProNews, who writes about his love of Instagram frequently. I found out about it from Ricky Yean of Crowdbooster. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Photo Sharing Services#web Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting marshall kirkpatrick
(AP) – Two cousins have a hard time counting all the relatives they lost to a tornado that wiped out a rural community in Alabama.Cordarrly Jones and Demetria Jones say their grandparents, an uncle and seven cousins are all gone. They are stunned by the loss and worried about still more family members who are hospitalized. They say just about everyone in the area near tiny Beauregard was related.The deadliest U.S. tornado in nearly six years killed at least 23 people. The youngest victim was 6, the oldest 89.The search for bodies, pets and belongings continued Tuesday in and around Beauregard. Sheriff Jay Jones says the list of the missing shrunk from dozens to just seven or eight.
Former IPL chairman Lalit Modi has backed Sunil Gavaskar in his feud with the BCCI over alleged non-payment of dues promised to him, saying the former opener was promised Rs 4 crore per annum.Gavaskar had lashed out at the board two days ago after his demand of USD one million (Rs 5 crore) per IPL season, which he claimed was due to him for media and governing council related activities involving the IPL, was turned down by the BCCI.”A lot is being said in the news about Sunny. I just want to clarify – yes Sunny was promised the four crores a year by the BCCI for IPL,” Modi wrote on Twitter.”Yes its due to him for the years he served on the IPL Governing Council. We used his name and credibility when setting up the IPL.”Getting Sunny on board was done with the help of Mr (Sharad) Pawar – the then president of BCCI. He had negotiated the amount and I as chairman agreed,” he added.Modi, who is facing charges of financial irregularities in the IPL and is staying overseas, said Gavaskar’s role was critical for the success of IPL and to counter competition from the rival Indian Cricket League (ICL), which had got on board legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev.”When we launched IPL, ICL was headed by Kapil Dev and we needed all the more reason to have Sunny on our side. Because of Kapil’s stature ICL was snapping all the players. So it was important to counter that by bringing in Sunny. ICL was on a roll…,” he said.advertisement”ICL made the task more difficult so we had to launch a better and more superior offering to players and fans alike.Credibility was key then. IPL since has made history and will earn BCCI billions of dollars in the coming years. People like Sunny should be rewarded not crucified,” he added.Modi also took a dig at BCCI president N Srinivasan over the scrapping of the deal with broadcast rights holder Nimbus for defaulting on payments.”First Zee as Treasurer, then Kochi as secretary and now Nimbus. Resulting in thousands of crores loss…what happened to all the transparency,” he asked.