PRESS RELEASE: ?After two years, the 11-speed revolution has evolved always maintaining the same objective: achieving ever better performances.The team of professional racers and enthusiasts who over the last two years have been riding 11-speed groupsets, and the great work carried out by Campy Tech Labâ„¢ engineers has enabled us, to raise the bar and reach another goal: Improving products that already represent a benchmark on the market.Revolution11 is the result of technical refinements that have led the 11-speed drivetrains to obtain shifting performances like never before and lose weight, thanks to special materials and innovative technical solutions.Campagnolo wants to be even closer to enthusiasts and to the Campagnolo Proshop network. Aware of the fact that the only way to appreciate the quality and authenticity of Campagnoloâ€™s products is to try them in store, Campagnolo has decided to launch the Revolution 11 Test Tour.The US Revolution 11 Test Tour had his first stage on October 9th in Encinitas, California: it will be a series of road shows held in Campagnoloâ€™s best Pro-shops. By going to their nearest participating Pro-shop, enthusiasts will find bicycles fitted with Campagnoloâ€™s brand new groupsets and will be able to test theiroutstanding performance themselves. Those participating in the test will receive a free Revolution11 T-shirt.Click here for dates and locations.
Efforts to open up South Korea to international law firms are still facing obstruction, an IBA session on free trade agreements and crossborder legal services heard.The Republic of Korea undertook to open its legal services market under free trade agreements with the EU in 2011 and the US in 2012, Chunghwan Choi (pictured), senior partner at Seoul firm Lee & Ko, said. Since then, 26 firms have opened up in Korea. However moves under the country’s Foreign Legal Consultant Act to allow them to set up joint ventures with Korean firms are still being blocked by parliament.Choi described the government’s position as ‘very conservative’. A draft bill barred foreign firms from acquiring majority stakes in Korean firms and restricted the areas of practice open to foreign lawyers. These included patent and public law. ‘There were strong objections even from Korean firms,’ Choi said. However he described the situation as ‘still evolving’.The session also heard how liberalisation from 2000 had changed the legal landscape in Japan.Akira Kawamura, partner at Tokyo firm Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, said: ‘The profession was very traditional, conservative, court-oriented, but as a result [of liberalisation] it was transformed into one of internationally competitive law firms.’ In 2000 the country’s largest firm had 55 lawyers; in 2015 it had 510.He described the outcome as ‘reasonably successful’ but warned of ‘unfair asymmetries’ when international giants are given access to new markets.
Derrick Henry is on the Doak Walker Award watch list.Alabama running back Derrick Henry was one of 50 players selected to the Walter Camp preseason watch list, and one of 11 running backs.The Walter Camp Player of the Year is given to the best college football player in the nation.Henry ran for 990 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. Henry is also on the Maxwell Award and Doak Walker award preseason lists.The watch list will be narrowed down to 10 semifinalists in mid-November. The winner will be announced Dec. 10 at the Home Depot College Football Awards.
OFFICIAL NAME: Battle Line Rivalry presented by Shelter Insurance PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS: University of Arkansas (SEC Western Division)University of Missouri (SEC Eastern Division) DISTANCE BETWEEN CAMPUSES: 308 miles TROPHY:The two institutions are working cooperatively to commission a permanent trophy for the Battle Line Rivalry. The permanent trophy will be presented to the inaugural winner of the Battle Line Rivalry at an event to be announced in 2015. In the interim, a temporary award will be presented to the winning team following the game on Friday. BACKGROUND:The rivalry clashes against both geographic and historical boundaries – from disputed demarcations of the border separating the two states to notable alumni and former personnel with ties to both storied athletic programs. The historic rivalry between the two states will take on even more meaning now as the Battle Line will be drawn on the gridiron. The Razorbacks or Tigers will ultimately stake claim to the “Line” – until the next meeting.PREVIOUS FOOTBALL SERIES HISTORY: Missouri leads series 3-2Date Site ResultNov. 10, 1906 Columbia, Mo. MU 11-0Sept. 23, 1944 Columbia, Mo. UA 7-6Sept. 28, 1963 Little Rock, Ark. MU 7-6Dec. 31, 2003 Shreveport, La.* UA 27-14Jan. 1, 2008 Dallas, Texas** MU 38-7* Independence Bowl** Cotton Bowl INAUGURAL BATTLE LINE RIVALRY MEETING:Friday, November 28 at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field in Columbia, Mo. TELEVISION COVERAGE: CBS (National), 1:30 p.m. CT
Fulham boss Scott Parker praised the way his side coped without key duo Aleksandar Mitrovic and Tom Cairney after they kept in touch with the Championship’s top two by beating Nottingham Forest. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Arter’s cracking goal gives Fulham vital victoryFulham’s Cairney to miss Cardiff game AdChoices广告Harry Arter’s stunning strike just before half-time was enough to earn victory over their fellow promotion hopefuls at the City Ground.Parker’s side are fourth, just four points behind second-placed West Brom, but having played a game more.“We lost Aleksandar three games ago and we have had to find another way,” Parker said. “We were also without Tom Cairney and the players have had to step up.“Harry has done that. He was fantastic in terms of the goal. It was a fantastic strike.“I’m very proud of the team. It’s a big result but there’s a bigger picture.“It’s at this stage where seasons peter away or we go for it. We move on to Friday and Cardiff and, the way we are at the moment, anything can happen.”[scriptless]