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first_imgThe Betsy Young Memorial fund will host its first 5-kilometer run on the Ocean City Boardwalk on Saturday, April 26.The Step Into Spring 5K Run/Walk will begin at 8 a.m. with race-day registration opening at the Ocean City Music Pier (Boardwalk at Moorlyn Terrace) at 7 a.m.The course will be entirely on the boardwalk with participants running/walking to 23rd Street and back.Advance entry fee is $25 per individual and $22 per member of a team. The fee goes up to $30 on April 19. The last day to register online is April 25. Participants will receive a T-shirt and bottle of water. Register now at:  HTTP://WWW.ACTIVE.COM/OCEAN-CITY-NJ/RUNNING/RACES/STEP-INTO-SPRING-5K-2014DJ Jason E from 99.3-FM The Buzz will provide entertainment for the event. He was voted 2014’s best DJ by Atlantic City Weekly.Proceeds from this event will fund the Betsy Young Scholarship Project Inspiration and the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Young, a beloved music teacher at Ocean City Intermediate School, had received treatment from the center while diagnosed with Glioblastoma.The Memorial Fund is encouraging participants to raise additional funds with individuals raising $250 or $500  (or teams raising $500 or $1,000) receiving special awards.For more information, call Amanda at 609-233-9020 or email [email protected]last_img read more


first_imgAFTER three days of intense battle, Guyana’s top softball teams, Regal Masters and Speedboat ended the three-day tournament as the top two teams when the inaugural tournament ended on Sunday at the Everest Cricket Club ground.The tournament, which witnessed softball in a new dispensation, was deemed a huge success by president of the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Incorporated (GSCL), Ian John.“What we witnessed over the past three days was definitely good for the game. Softball has definitely created that atmosphere in bringing people together, it has also created togetherness and sportsmanship; so yes, it was definitely a huge success,” John told Chronicle Sport during an exclusive interview.After three days of competitive cricket, Regal Masters and Speedboat teams were the deserving winners.Watched by a huge crowd that included Prime Minister and First Vice-President, Moses Nagamootoo, his wife Seeta; Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan; Minister of Social Cohesion with responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sports, Dr George Norton; Regal Masters whipped the visiting New York Hustlers by 24 runs in the Masters final while Speedboat eased past Regal All Stars by 55 runs in the Open division.The Regal Masters’ victory was first set-up by an attacking 68 from opener, Mahase Chunilall and a fluent half century from Eric Thomas.Chunilall and Mahendra Hardyal (28) added 96 for the first-wicket which laid a solid platform for Thomas, who hit one four and six sixes in his 53.After Hardyal’s dismissal, Chunilall and Thomas continued the assault, and together took the score to 172 before Chunilall, who struck one four and four maximums, was dismissed by Troy Gobin.Thomas and Eon Abel (13) ensured the eventual winners reached a challenging 199-4. In reply the visiting New York Hustlers reached 175-8 when the allotted overs expired.Speedboat won the Open category.Chob Richmond (44 not out), Shameer Sadloo (36), D. Chumney (19), Gobin (23), and Roy Matura (24), were the batsmen who produced innings of substance in a losing effort. Thomas was the pick of the bowlers with 3-23 for the City side.Meanwhile, Speedboat made a competitive 182-9 after they were asked to bat first. Anand Bharat and Lennox Marks put on 24 for the opening stand before Marks was bowled by Amir Nizamudin for 15.Vikash Dhaniram (09), and Greg Singh (15) were then bowled by Fazal Rafiek and Nizamudin, respectively, to leave the score at 98-4.Speedboat then lost Wazir Hussain (02), bowled by Esau, but Ricky Sargeant and Shazim Hussain propped up the total before Hussain was run out for 27. Sargeant made 21.Esau claimed 3-38, Rafiek 2-40 and Nizamudin 2-42.In the run chase, the City-based side were reduced to 39-5, and never recovered from that position, despite Navin Singh (15) and Sewchand Budhu (25), adding 33 as Regal All stars were bowled out for127 in 17.4 overs. Kishore Smith had 3-20.At the conclusion of the tournament, Azaad Azeez, Ralph Layne, Shawn Lall and Sewchand Budhu, were rewarded for taking five-wicket hauls while Vijay Surujpaul, Brian Mangar, Safraz Esau, Sachin Singh and Safraz Karim received awards for scoring centuries.Kishore Smith was named man-of-the-match in the final, while Esau (162 runs and 12 wkts) received one Hero motorcycle for being voted MVP in the All Stars category.Brian Mangar’s (201), highest individual score; Esau, highest wicket taker; Kawson Joseph, best wicket-keeper; and Delroy Perreira, best fielder; also received awards.Regal All Stars received the Prime Minister’s trophy and $100,000, while Speedboat pocketed a trophy and $600,000.In the Masters division, Mohamed Rafeek (highest individual scorer); Laurie Singh (highest wicket taker); Chunilall (MVP); R. Neil (best wicket-keeper) and Troy Gobin (best fielder), were outstanding performers.Thomas was named man-of-the-match in the final while Chunilall received the MVP prize. NY Hustlers took a trophy and $100,000, while Regal Masters grabbed the Prime Minister’s trophy and $500,000. Zaheer Mohamed of Kaieteur News received the reporter of the tournament prize.Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Prime Minister Nagamootoo congratulated the teams on their achievements and lauded the GSCL Inc on a well-organised tournament. – Regal Masters and Speedboat the champion teamslast_img read more


first_img Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco “I think everyone was a little shocked today to hear about the NBA and, obviously, when something like that happens it could affect other leagues and their decisions. Hopefully, it doesn’t affect our season.”Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman called MLB’s response to the coronavirus a “fluid” situation and emphasized that “every single topic has been discussed” between MLB and the players’ union in consultation with health officials both at the national and local levels. MLB will reportedly hold a conference call on Friday among team representatives with the possibility that new precautions and contingencies will be put in place.“There’s been a lot of conversation,” Friedman said. “I think what that looks like … yesterday afternoon, the temperature was one thing, today – just the views are continuing to evolve and as we learn more information we are reacting to all of that. I think we should know more in a few hours and then tomorrow we’ll know more.“We’re gonna do everything that we can. Obviously we’re not the experts on the subject and so it’s relying on the experts to help give us guidance.”Friedman would not speculate on the possibility of games being played in empty stadiums. How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start GLENDALE, Ariz. — With the state of Washington restricting the size of public gatherings, colleges canceling classes in favor of “distance learning,” the NBA suspending its season after a player tested positive for the coronavirus and the NCAA announcing it would hold the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments without fans, the likelihood of MLB following suit in some fashion now seems inevitable.“I haven’t done that since like A-ball,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said playfully of holding games in empty stadiums. “But it would be very eerie, I think. But obviously it’s for the greater good and for the health of everyone. But, yeah, that’s on the table, I think.”News that the NBA had suspended its season broke during the Dodgers’ game Wednesday night. But word spread fast enough that players like Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner who came out in the middle of the game already knew.“We know as much as you guys do,” said Turner (the Dodgers’ representative to the players’ union). “So, when it comes out and stuff is getting announced, we’re finding out just like you guys are. Just going, day by day.center_img “I’m good. A little bug that came and went,” he said.Betts said he lost three or four pounds due to the illness but said he recognized it as food poisoning and was not concerned.“It seems like it’s once a year,” Betts said. “So hopefully this is my one and cross the bridge when it comes next year.”JOC PROGRESSJoc Pederson played five innings in a minor-league game on Sunday but hasn’t seen any game action since. But Roberts said he still expects Pederson to be ready for the start of the regular season.“I know that the days that he swings and he’s running out there, he feels good and he’s recovering well,” Roberts said. “I think he’s moving along. My hope is that sometime early next week he’ll get in a Cactus League game. But that’s kind of more contingent or dependent on Joc and the training staff.” Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season “I’m not sure the answer to that right now,” he said.Roberts said it has largely been business as usual for the team – with the rule closing the clubhouse to media the most obvious change.“I think that we’re just we’re kind of in a world of unknowns,” he said.“Right now, we’re holding. But I do think that as we look out over the next couple of days and weeks and potentially months that certainly could change. I think that our guys are kind of seeing what’s going on out there in our country, outside of our country and adjustments are having to be made for the well being of a lot of people. … In practice, how it changes our day to day remains to be seen.”Dodgers right-hander Walker Buehler said he wasn’t qualified to predict how things will play out.“I’m not in a position to make decisions about pandemics. We’ll see what happens over time,” he said. “I kind of feel like this past 24 hours has spiked up this kind of panic. If something happens we’ll deal with it but for now, we’re getting ready to go.”BETTER BETTSMookie Betts was in the lineup Wednesday night for the first time since a bout with food poisoning over the weekend.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more


first_imgYesterday morning, the main streets of Sarajevo were a training ground for hundreds of runners who participated in the first spring race on 5 kilometers through the city.Among them was Mustafa Mehic also known as “Mujce”, the first blind person in BiH who ran Sarajevo half marathon last year.Mujce (21), with the help of his coach Tomislav Cvitanusic, managed to ran a five-kilometer race in about half an hour and he was not lagging far behind those who were among the first ones to reach the goal.This race, the first official one after the half marathon was easy for him but made him feel good.He will start to actively train long jump soon, and the coach that he recently met will help him with this.The public heard about Mustafa for the first time last year when, with the help of his coach Tomislav Cvitanusic, he became the first blind person in BiH who ran half marathon, and his great sports and the human story went all around the region and touched and inspired many people.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more


first_imgThe Clear Lake Fire Department held their annual 9-11 Ceremony on September 11th, 2019. Listen back to the entire ceremony belowlast_img


first_imgIn this image taken from video, Missouri defensive end Michael Sam cries as he talks on a mobile phone at a draft party in San Diego, after he was selected in the seventh round, 249th overall, by the St. Louis Rams in the NFL draft Saturday, May 10, 2014. The Southeastern Conference defensive player of the year last season came out as gay in media interviews this year. (AP Photo/ESPN)NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Sam waited and waited. Hours passed, rounds came and went, and eventually, there were only eight more picks left on the third and final day of the NFL draft.For just a moment, it looked as if his chance of being picked by a pro team and becoming the league’s first openly gay player might take a detour. Or at least be delayed.The call finally came in Saturday from the St. Louis Rams, the team right down the road from where Sam played his college ball at the University of Missouri.Sam was selected in the seventh and final round and admitted it was a frustrating wait. He said teams that passed on him chickened out and he should have been drafted sooner.“From last season alone, I should’ve been in the first three rounds. SEC Defensive Player of the Year, All-American,” Sam said. He stopped short of directly saying his stock dropped in the draft because he came out.“You know what, who knows? Who knows? Only the people who sit in the war room know,” he said. “They saw Michael Sam, day after day they scratched it off the board. That was their loss. But St. Louis kept me on that board. And you know what I feel like I’m a (Jadeveon) Clowney, a first draft pick. I’m proud of where I am now.”Sam came out as gay in media interviews earlier this year. His team and coaches knew his secret and kept it for his final college season. He went on to have the best year of his career: He was the co-defensive player of the year in the nation’s best college football conference and had 11.5 sacks.The pick came after several rounds of suspense. The first round of the day, No. 4 overall, came and went, no Sam. Then the fifth and sixth, and finally, the day was down to just a handful of picks.When Mike Kensil, the NFL’s vice president of game operations, walked to the podium at Radio City Music Hall in the draft’s final minutes to announce the Rams’ second-to-last pick, the crowd got a sense something was up. Very few of the last day picks were announced at the podium. Twitter lit up with suggestions the Rams were about to make news.When Kensil said: “The St. Louis Rams select … Michael Sam…” the fans gave a hearty cheer, chanting “Yes! Yes! Yes!” and “Michael Sam!”Sam was in San Diego watching with friends and family at the home of his agent, Joe Barkett of Empire Athletes. ESPN and the NFL Network had cameras there and showed Sam’s reaction.Sam was on the phone bending over, with his boyfriend hugging him and rubbing his left bicep. When Sam got off the phone, the tears started. He gave his boyfriend a big kiss and a long hug as he cried and his eyes reddened. After, they shared cake — and another kiss.“Thank you to the St. Louis Rams and the whole city of St. Louis. I’m using every once of this to achieve greatness!!” Sam tweeted with a frenzied typo moments after he was picked, with a picture of himself wearing a Rams cap and a pink polo shirt.The 6-foot-2, 255-pound Sam was considered a mid-to-late round pick, far from a sure thing to be drafted. He played defensive end in college, but he’s short for that position in the NFL and slower than most outside linebackers, the position he’ll need to transition to at the professional level.He was taken with the 249th overall pick out of 256. Players from Marist, Maine and McGill University in Canada were selected before Sam.“In the world of diversity we live in now, I’m honored to be a part of this,” Rams coach Jeff Fisher said during an interview on ESPN.FILE – In this Sept. 8, 2012 file photo, Missouri’s Michael Sam (52) runs onto the field along with their teammates before the start of an NCAA college football game against Georgia in Columbia, Mo. Sam was selected in the seventh round, 249th overall, by the St. Louis Rams in the NFL draft Saturday, May 10, 2014. The Southeastern Conference defensive player of the year last season for Missouri came out as gay in media interviews this year. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)President Barack Obama sent his congratulations.Obama calls the selection of Sam “an important step forward.”Obama says that from the playing field to the corporate boardroom, gay and lesbian Americans, quote, “prove every day that you should be judged by what you do and not who you are.”The NFL had no comment on Sam being drafted.The impact of Sam’s selection goes far beyond football. At a time when gay marriage is gaining acceptance among Americans, Sam’s entry into the NFL is a huge step toward the integration of gay men into professional team sports. Pro sports have in many ways lagged behind the rest of society in acceptance.“Michael Sam wouldn’t have been drafted five years ago,” said former Viking punter Chris Kluwe, who has accused Minnesota of cutting him in part because of his vocal support for gay rights.In the last year, NBA veteran Jason Collins has come out publicly as gay, and is now playing for the Brooklyn Nets. Collins said before the Nets’ playoff game against the Heat that he was watching the draft and texted Sam after he was picked.“It’s a great day for Michael and his family and for the NFL,” Collins said.Publicly, most people in and related to the NFL have been supportive of Sam. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said Sam would be welcome in the league and judged solely on his ability to play. A few wondered whether teams would be reluctant to draft Sam because of all the media attention that would come with it.Fair or not, the NFL — coming off a season in which a bullying scandal involving players on the Miami Dolphins was one of the biggest stories in sports — was looking at a possible public relations hit if Sam was not drafted. He would likely have been signed as a free agent and given a chance to make a team in training camp, but to many it would have looked as if he was being rejected.Now that he’s there, it could be seen as an opportunity for the NFL to show that crass locker room culture is not as prevalent as it might have looked to those who followed the embarrassing Dolphins scandal. But all the reaction to Sam’s news wasn’t positive from the league.Miami safety Don Jones posted a one-word tweet, “Horrible” shortly after Sam was drafted. It was later taken down. The team’s general manager said he was aware, and was disappointed.Wade Davis, a gay former NFL player who is now the executive director of the gay rights advocacy group “You Can Play,” said that Sam only needs to do his job to have an impact beyond the field.“Michael Sam doesn’t have to be a vocal advocate (for gay rights),” Davis said. “His visibility is his advocacy.”___Follow AP College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo at www.Twitter.com/ralphDrussoAPlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook2.2kTweet0Pin2 Submitted by Capital City PrideGovernor Inslee receives a Rainbow Flag from Capital City Pride chair Anna Schlecht and volunteer Sarah Vanucci.In recognition of Pride month, Governor Jay Inslee has invited local community members to help him raise a rainbow flag this Friday, June 19 at 2:30 pm at the State flag circle in front of the State Capitol Dome. Participants are encouraged to arrive by 2 p.m., wear Pride shirts and to bring their cameras to capture this historic moment.This historic flag raising signifies the first time a rainbow flag, long the symbol of LGBTQ rights, will be raised at the State Capitol in honor of Pride Month and in honor of Capital City Pride’s PRIDE 25! Celebration.  Governor Inslee will address the crowd and then the flag will be raised by Spencer Daniels, a representative of SAGE Olympia, which serves older LGBTQ community members, and Ruben Garza, a youth participant in PIZZA Klatch which supports LGBTQ+ youth in local high schools.  Together, they represent the history and the future of the LGBTQ community.“I never thought I’d live to see the day that a rainbow flag was raised at the State Capitol”’ said Anna Schlecht, Capital City Pride chair, “When Capital City Pride was founded in Olympia 25 years ago, we created a logo featuring the Capitol Dome with a rainbow flag as an expression of our hopes and dreams of equality.  And now the day has come when our logo becomes reality.”The public is invited to join Governor Inslee and Capital City Pride for this short ceremony at the flag circle, which is located on the state Capitol campus between the Capitol dome and the Temple of Justice.Capital City Pride will celebrate PRIDE 25!, its 25th anniversary of Pride in Olympia starting with the flag raising.  Later Friday there will be a kick-off party from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday night, June 19 .  The first portion of events will feature live performance, speakers and complimentary cake indoors at the Urban Onion restaurant  at 116 Legion Way.  This will be followed by an outdoor lighting ceremony at dusk that features the Phlame Crew.The Pride Festival goes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21 at Heritage Park. The Festival will feature Grammy award winner Kimya Dawson and LA based drag performer Alusia along with other performers, a family fun area and many booths.The 25th annual Pride Parade will be Sunday noon to 1 p.m., starting at the State Capitol following a route down Capitol Way, turning left on Legion Way to Heritage Park.  These family-friendly events are free and open to the public.  Please visit us on Facebook or on the web at www.capitalcitypride.netlast_img read more


first_imgAodh Ruadh GAA NewsClub MeetingThe first club executive meeting of the year takes place this Thursday, 29th January at 8.30pm in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh. All members of the club executive are asked to attend. Registration 2015Club membership for 2015 is now due and all club members are asked to submit their registration form and fee at their earliest convenience. Membership can be paid to Mary Matthews at Shannon’s Corner. Players can also download registration forms from aodhruadh.org and submit this along with the relevant fee directly to their manager. Registration sessions will be organised for teams over the coming weeks and it is essential all players are signed up club members. We will also be having a number of open registration sessions throughout February and March to facilitate members in the wider community. FootballUnder 16 training continues in the Mercy Hall on Wednesday from 7pm to 8pm and on Friday from 8pm to 9pm.Indoor training continued last Friday for under 6s, 8s, 10s and 12s with big groups in both the Mercy and New Halls at Colaiste Cholmcille. We got brilliant numbers the first night back and you can see pictures from the action up on aodhruadh.org. New-comers are still very much welcome. Indoor training continues this Friday 30th January. The 2015 Under 6s [Born 2009-2011] are in the Mercy Hall at Colaiste Cholmcille from 6pm to 7pm followed by the under 8s [Born 2007-2008] from 7pm to 8pm, also in the Mercy Hall. 2015 under 10s [Born 2005-2006] are training in the new hall at Colaiste Cholmcille from 6pm to 7pm. That session is followed by the 2015 under 12s [Born 2003-2004] from 7pm to 8pm, also in the new hall. There is a charge of €2 per head. Please bring your own water and wear runners as no other footwear allowed. Parents/Guardians are asked to please collect children promptly after their session is finished.Many thanks to those who have been supporting us with the Lucozade Kit Out Project. We are not asking people to start buying Lucozade, but could anyone who does drink it please note the code on the bottle under the wrapper and pass it to Tracey Flood. Codes will be added to our account and we get some free kit. Please pass this on to your friends or anyone you know that drinks Lucozade and ask them to keep codes for the club. The more codes we collect the more gear we can get.HurlingDonegal took on Fermanagh in a challenge in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh on Sunday afternoon. Aodh Ruadh’s Paul Sheridan and Eddie Lynch started with Ciaran Kilgannon and Jack Matthews coming on from the bench. We have a report and pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org.Underage hurling resumes on Sunday 1st March, this year again we are hoping to field 6 underage teams. There is a lot of work involved in that and we are looking for some help. No experience necessary, all help no matter how little will be appreciated. We really need help at U 14 level, if we can’t get some more people willing to help out with teams we may not be able to field at some age groups. Anyone willing to get involved in underage hurling is asked to contact John Rooney 086-2587793. Coaching workshops and coursesBelow are coaching workshops and courses in January and February. If you would like to attend any of these please e-mail Emma Gaughan on [email protected] or text 0863039610.GAA NEWS: AODH RUADH UNDERAGE HURLING RESUMES IN MARCH was last modified: January 27th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Aodh RuadhGAANoticesSportlast_img read more


first_imgJhon Mark Camingao of the national team claimed the NMM King of the Mountain award, Vogt seized the Cargohaus best sprinter accolade and Habtemichael was named U-Freight best young rider.Team Ukyo topped the team GC over Taiyuan Miogee Cycling while Go For Gold Philippines Continental Cycling Team emerged as the best Filipino team after finishing ahead of the national squad.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next With just a small climb and a sprint during the early stretch of the race, the peloton sped through rolling terrain going to Donsol, Sorsogon, where the world-renowned whale shark has become a popular tourist attraction.On the way back, Meijers weathered serious attacks by the other contenders to claim his third career GC after winning the Fleche Ardennaise in Liege, Belgium and Kreiz Breizh Elites in Bretagne, France, both in 2016.“It feels very rewarding. I arrived almost a week before the race and prepared for the challenges that lay ahead,” said Meijers.Overall, Goh wound up second, 45 seconds behind, followed by Angus Lyon of Oliver’s Real Food Racing (1:38 behind), Daniel Habtemichael of 7Eleven Cliqq-Air21 RBP (2:13), PGN Road Cycling’s Sandy Nur Hasan (2:25) and Aiman Cahyadi (2:32) and Japanese Kohei Yokotsuka (same time).Naoya Yoshioka, Yokotsuka’s teammate at Team Ukyo, placed eighth overall (2:34), Malaysia’s Muhsin Misbah finished ninth (2:35), Shuai Li of Taiyuan Miogee, 10th (2:36) and SPL best Filipino rider Marcelo Felipe of 7Eleven RBP 11th.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LATEST STORIES NorthPort trades Stanley Pringle to Barangay Ginebra ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hasslescenter_img DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew MOST READ Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Jeroen Meijers. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOLEGAZPI CITY—Jeroen Meijers of the Netherlands steered clear from trouble and simply floated with his challengers to seal the deal in the 10th Le Tour de Filipinas in this city famed for its scenic view of the majestic Mayon Volcano.The 26-year-old Dutchman who rides for Taiyuan Miogee Cycling wore the purple jersey of overall leadership since the opening stage five days ago in Tagaytay City and completed his first general classification title in three years.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss “All the hard work paid off,” said Meijers after arriving with a large group of riders that included his closest rival, Choon Huat Goh of Singapore, at the finish of the fifth stage won by Mario Vogt of Team Sapura Cycling.The German sprint specialist surged ahead of the eight-man lead pack in the final 10 kilometers to rule the 138.1-km ride that started and ended in this Albay provincial capital.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsVogt, who also topped the second stage in Daet, Camarines Sur, clocked three hours, 33 minutes and 39 seconds, while Dominic Perez of 7Eleven Cliqq-Air21 by Road Bike Philippines checked in second, 1:02 behind, after asserting his mastery in a mad dash to the line with five other riders.Mohd Saleh of Terrenganu Cycling Team placed third in the stage.last_img read more

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