Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited has awarded the contract for the Electrical System Infrastructure for its Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm to Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd.The contract covers engineering, procurement, construction and offshore hook-up of one onshore substation and one offshore substation including jacket foundation. Siemens will have the overall system responsibility to connect the offshore wind farm on to the 400 kV National Grid network in Necton. Transmission capacity will be above 400 MW and include transformation from 33/132/400 kV.Siemens will run the project from Manchester while the jacket and topside for the offshore substation will be built at a UK yard.The Electrical System Infrastructure shall be finalised during 2016.“We’re pleased to see that a UK supplier wins this important contract in a competitive supplier market. This confirms that Dudgeon plays an active role in the development of the UK offshore wind industry”, says Bjørn Ivar Bergemo, Asset Manager in Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm.Press Release, September 04, 2014
BASEL, SWITZERLAND – Defending champions Wakana Nagahara and Mayu Matsumoto have guaranteed themselves at least a bronze medal in the women’s doubles at the Badminton World Championships on Friday.The top seeds and titleholders took the first game 22-20 and advanced to the semifinals after their opponent Koharu Yonemoto injured her left ankle midway through the quarterfinal match. Yonemoto and Shiho Tanaka retired at 3-3 in the second game. Wakana Nagahara (top) and Mayu Matsumoto compete in the women’s doubles quarterfinals at the Badminton World Championships on Friday in Basel, Switzerland. | KYODO KEYWORDS “I’m not satisfied just winning today’s match,” Nagahara said.“It doesn’t mean anything if we don’t win the semifinals. I got a bit tense because we were playing against our teammates today,” she said.Also in the quarterfinals, Rio Olympic women’s doubles champions Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi were beaten by seventh seeds Du Yue and Li Yin Hui of China 23-25, 21-18, 25-23 in a heated 126-minute contest.In men’s action, the Japanese pair of Takuro Hoki and Yugo Kobayashi also secured themselves a spot on the podium with a 21-16, 18-21, 21-15 win over compatriots Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda in the doubles quarterfinals.The mixed doubles team of Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino is also guaranteed a medal, Japan’s first in the mixed-gender category, after progressing to the semis.World No. 1 Kento Momota faces B. Sai Praneeth of India in the men’s singles semifinals as he aims for a second straight gold medal, and Nozomi Okuhara will meet Ratchanok Intanon of Thailand in a women’s semifinal clash.Entering Saturday, the next-to-last day of the world championships, Japan is assured of a podium spot in all five categories and a record-equaling six medals. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES RELATED PHOTOS Badminton World Championships, Mayu Matsumoto, Wakana Nagahara IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
– Red-carpet welcome to be extended by the National Sports Commission The ‘Golden’ Leap! Troy Doris during his historic gold-medal jump at the Commonwealth Games.LEADING up to the Olympic Games in Brazil in 2016, Troy Doris was considered by pundits around the world the one to challenge USA’s Christian Taylor for the gold, especially after resetting the country’s national record in the triple jump (17.18 metres). But the Guyanese, competing at the games for the first time, finished a commendable seventh-place (16.90 metres). Fast-forward to 2018, Doris, 29, now stands atop of the Commonwealth as champion, becoming only the fourth Guyanese to win a gold medal at the prestigious games, hosted at Gold Coast, Australia. Doris had just three of six legal jumps, the first, 16.67 metres, which would not have given him a medal, before a leap of 16.88 brought the ultimate hardware.His third jump of 16.26 was inconsequential, as Dominica’s Yordanys Duranona Garcia’s first jump of 16.86, was to be the farthest he extended in the pit to claim a silver medal. Cameroon’s Marcel Mayack II earned the bronze medal with his personal best leap of 16.46 metres.The Chicago native and former standout at the University of Iowa only started to represent Guyana in 2015 and since then, has left an imprint on track and field, carrying the Golden Arrowhead around the world, from the IAAF Diamond League to now, the Commonwealth Games.Doris now joins Aliann Pompey (400m, 2002), Winfield Braithwaite (Boxing, 1978) and Philip Aaron Edwards (Athletics, 1930) as the athletes to win gold for Guyana at the Commonwealth Games.Meanwhile, Director of Sport Christopher Jones, in congratulating Doris on his achievement, said, “His medal was expected. I’ve been following him closely, and for the last eight months, you can see his rigorous training regime in preparation for the Commonwealth Games. So this is the manifestation of hard work, discipline and dedication.”Jones further added that “it speaks to what could be achieved if long-term athlete development and support is there and the NSC stands ready and willing to do what we could to ensure many more Troy Doris could be seen on the world stage. The necessary support is most important and critical and I hope that his medal will be a stimulus for younger athletes in Guyana.”Meanwhile, with the National Sports Awards set for May 23, Jones told Chronicle Sport that the National Sports Commission (NSC) will be celebrating Doris, noting, “I will communicate with him and ensure that he’s here for the Sports Awards and will offer all travel and accommodation to allow him to be properly honoured, meet with the press and other local officials.”In a report on the popular online news outlet, Demerara Waves, Minister of Social Cohesion Dr George Norton, who also holds the responsibility for Sport, was quoted as stating that he’s “delighted because I think that while our neighbouring Caribbean countries are doing well, it was time for us to strike gold”.
9,471 posts AAO Location:Luling, LA 3 Members 0 Sign in to follow this Share on other sites 700 Sign in to follow this Location:The Office of Doom Prev 113 New Orleans University New Logos Link to post I just uploaded all the new UNO logos to the site. Here are screenshots from the UNO Privateers new logo sheet.UNO_logo_sheet_page_1UNO_logo_sheet_page_2UNO_logo_sheet_page_3 Recommended Posts 2,083 New Orleans University New Logos that is a great look Liked the old logo better. 9,471 posts Share this post Check out the NBA section of the site! Varsity Blue 3 Forums Home Share this post alxy8s Share this post Favourite Logos:Hartford WhalersVancouver Canucks ‘Johnny V’BC LionsWashington Capitals ‘Weagle’ St Louis BluesNew Jersey DevilsCharlotte Hornets 2014-PresHouston Texans Seattle Seahawks Link to post Share this post 97 450 97 3 CrazyAnna thinkkre8tiv 69 Location:Massillon, OH Favourite Logos:sportslogos.net/logos/view/21956712016/Washington_Wizards/2015/Primary_Logosportslogos.net/logos/view/18085872012/Seattle_Seahawks/2012/Alternate_Logosportslogos.net/logos/view/512016172015/Charlotte_Hornets/2015/Alternate_Logo Location:NoVA 836 posts 54 Varsity Blue Link to post Share on other sites 54 Posted July 18, 2013 0 hjwii Members 29 Share this post 41 54 thinkkre8tiv Go To Topic Listing Link to post THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan Location:Amarillo, TX USA hjwii UNO took down the link to the logo sheet I posted in the other thread, but here’s a photo gallery that covers the same ground:http://www.unoprivat…spx?gallery=208Like I said in the other thread, while I wish not every New Orleans team would go the FDL route, this one is a unique enough take that I’ll let it slide. Wordmark is an obvious upgrade over what they had, and the main logo looks good. Wish they would’ve kept that dash of red the old look had. Better than the old but what’s this ‘NEW-O’? New-O? Really? Is that an off shoot of Jell-O? Do people in New Orleans really really call it New-O?NOLA is bad enough 29 Forums Home 2,215 pats2000 450 Posted July 18, 2013 Share this post Share on other sites Sports Logo News -kj Share on other sites 225 10,968 posts Next Link to post Gorgeous!!! Arrr!!! 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N’awlins, maybe; UNO had a great jersey a few years ago with “N’awlins” script across it (wish they would have sold those…).Second, I’m having a hard time visualizing this logo…I see the two swords… are the “lower leaves” of the FDL the mustache and beard of the Privateer? Share this post 456 posts New Orleans University New Logos 1,264 Share on other sites 16 1 By GriffinM6, July 18, 2013 in Sports Logo News Joe on Dribbble also credit Frasier Davidson with some help with the identity kit.http://dribbble.com/shots/1158060-New-orleans-Type?list=usershttp://dribbble.com/shots/1159596-Uno-2?list=usershttp://dribbble.com/shots/1158060-New-orleans-Type?list=users Share this post Location:Mississippi State, MS from Jackson, MS Share on other sites Members Link to post The Man Behind the Curtain mightynine Share this post Link to post 93 450 29 Share this post GriffinM6 Posted July 18, 2013 Location:Seattle Members 147 posts 700 0 Luke_Groundrunner 1 700 Share on other sites THE CCSLC Nicholls St Colonels Fan Favourite Logos:Anything in Comic Sans. 113 Next Members Share this post Posted July 19, 2013 Posted July 18, 2013 Favourite Logos:Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary Favourite Logos:New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Voodoo, Nicholls State Colonels Share this post Share on other sites I think it’s rad. Members Share on other sites Like I said in the other thread, while I wish not every New Orleans team would go the FDL route, this one is a unique enough take that I’ll let it slide. Wordmark is an obvious upgrade over what they had, and the main logo looks good. Wish they would’ve kept that dash of red the old look had.I’m sure it’s obnoxiously overdone for people that live in that region, but I love seeing how organizations incorporate it. I love this:Better than the old but what’s this ‘NEW-O’? New-O? Really? Is that an off shoot of Jell-O? Do people in New Orleans really really call it New-O?NOLA is bad enoughNo one calls it “New-O.” It’s obviously just for marketing purposes.But please, explain to me why NOLA is so bad.This is so painful. Like how hard would it have been to just have a NOLA script instead?I think “SoBe” just got replaced as the douchiest nickname for a place I’ve ever heard. 700 GeauxColonels Share this post 0 Share on other sites 700 GeauxColonels Followers 1 1 0 New Orleans UniversityIt’s the University of New Orleans (UNO).I really dig the new look but would have preferred it if they would have kept red in the color scheme. 0 Page 1 of 2 51 395 posts 0 2 Designerd. 700 Posted July 18, 2013 Members Members All Activity GeauxColonels Captain Poncho Share this post Share on other sites Link to post 51 Link to post 868 posts Favourite Logos:Pensacola Blue Wahoos Primary Share on other sites 600 posts 16 Members 16 1 The primary is fantastic. I’m definitely not sold on that monogram, though. This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted July 18, 2013 Posted July 18, 2013 Favourite Logos:San Jose Sharks, 2011-12 Washington Wizards, Buffaslug(sadly), Dallas Desperadoes, Washington Capitals Alt, LA Angels font, New Charlotte Bobcats alt, Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots Members 69 Posted July 18, 2013 1 0 Luke_Groundrunner alxy8s Posted July 18, 2013 Posted July 18, 2013 Sports Logos 69 Members Share on other sites mightynine 0 Posted July 18, 2013 Share on other sites sportzbro Posted July 18, 2013 Location:Atlanta Better than the old but what’s this ‘NEW-O’? New-O? Really? Is that an off shoot of Jell-O? Do people in New Orleans really really call it New-O?NOLA is bad enoughNo one calls it “New-O.” It’s obviously just for marketing purposes. But please, explain to me why NOLA is so bad. frosty06306 Joe does spectacular work. Well thought out and visually balanced. Location:Salem, IN Link to post Share on other sites 1,264 0 Members Link to post SportsLogos.Net GeauxColonels chuckymack 1 225 The NFL season has finally returned. 🙂 bowld 1,118 posts Link to post GriffinM6 0 172 Favourite Logos:Washington State (1995-pres)Seattle Seahawks (1976-2001 / 2012-pres)Seattle MarinersSeattle Supersonics (1975-1995)Seattle Sounders FCSan Antonio Spurs (1989-2003) Posted July 18, 2013 Share this post 41 Link to post 1 2 Members 1 CrazyAnna Location:Salt Fork of the Brazos, Texas New O? Noooooooo. I don’t think anyone from ‘nawlins ever called it the “Big Easy” either until that movie came out. SportsLogos.Net These are fresh and clean. Love that Fleur de lis. 172 Location:Amarillo, TX USA 0 93 636 posts walkerws Peachy Location:Vancouver, BC Canada 623 posts Posted July 18, 2013 Link to post Share this post Members Primary made into a Fleur-De-Lis seems a bit forcedHow so? Joe Bosack’s design group Facebook page just unveiled the new New Orleans Privateers logos. He’s only put up2 of the logos so far, but I would expect more up soon. AAO 1 0 113 Prev 19,663 posts 2,215 2,083 walkerws Captain Poncho Location:New Orleans Share this post Posted July 18, 2013 NOLA Link to post Link to post 0 Share this post Sports Logo News Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Sports Logos 10,452 posts chuckymack Share this post Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites thinkkre8tiv 52 posts 97
Gennaro Gattuso has announced that he is leaving his position as AC Milan head coach.The 41-year-old is to leave his position at San Siro after Milan narrowly missed out on Champions League qualification this season.Despite beating SPAL 3-2 on the final day of the season, Milan fell just a point short of a top-four spot.Gattuso confirmed he is departing on good terms with Milan, despite the disappointing end to their season.“My decision to leave AC Milan’s bench has not been easy, but I had to make it,” Gattuso told LA Repubblica.“It’s been a hard choice but one I put thought into. I have given up two years left on my contract because my history with this club will never be about money.”A two-time Serie A and Champions League winner with Milan as a player, Gattuso replaced Vincenzo Montella as coach in November 2017.Gattuso oversaw a 10-match unbeaten streak in Serie A this season as Milan threatened to leapfrog rivals Inter into third position.However, a derby defeat in March derailed Milan – who won just five of their remaining 11 games to finish fifth behind Inter and third-place Atalanta.RelatedSamuele PerisanJune 30, 2017Similar post”Scared” Gattuso On The Brink After Napoli Lose 3rd Straight GameJanuary 19, 2020In “Italy”AC Milan Want Fabregas In JanuaryNovember 19, 2018In “Europe”
You can also live-stream the LLWS or tune-in via the WatchESPN app.Little League World Series highlightsFull highlights from the Little League World Series will be available here. Check out some of the best moments from last year’s tournament. (LLWS) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/92/d1/little-league-world-series-bracket-082319jpg_1j3r497mev3cu1flo4v7w2zqqx.jpg?t=-1096859884&w=500&quality=80 Honolulu, Hawaii’s Little League team won last year’s World Series, although a different city — Wailuku — will be looking to keep the title in the state in 2019. Taiwan has won more championships (17) than any other international team, but Japan has five titles this decade.Below are the daily scores and results for every Little League World Series game, including an updated bracket, highlights and how to watch live on TV and stream online.MORE LLWS 2019: Full schedule | Everything to knowLittle League World Series scores, results for today’s gamesThe Little League World Series schedule takes a break Friday with the final four now set. Both semifinal games will be played Saturday.Sunday, Aug. 25Championship GameGame 30: Southwest (Louisiana) 8, Curacao 0Here is the full LLWS live scoreboard.2019 Little League World Series bracket Williamsport, Pa., becomes the epicenter of the baseball world for 10 days in August when all of the best youth baseball teams converge on it for the 2019 Little League World Series.Sixteen teams — eight from the United States and eight International squads — of 11- and 12-year-olds will play in the tournament, which has featured several future major leaguers. You can download a PDF of the full 2019 Little League World Series bracket here. The tournament schedule and scores from all of the games can be found below. Full LLWS schedule 2019The 2019 Little League World Series gets underway on Thursday, Aug. 15, and concludes with the championship game between the United States winner and International winner on Sunday, Aug. 25. You can view the full LLWS schedule here. (All times Eastern)Thursday, Aug. 15Game 1, 1 p.m.: Caribbean Region vs. Australian RegionFriday, Aug. 16Game 2, 10 a.m.: New England Region vs. Southeast RegionGame 3, 11 a.m.: Asia-Pacific Region vs. Latin America RegionGame 4, 1 p.m.: Midwest Region vs. Great Lakes RegionGame 5, 2 p.m.: Europe-Africa Region vs. Japan RegionGame 6, 4 p.m.: West Region vs. Southwest RegionGame 7, 6 p.m.: Mexico Region vs. Canada RegionGame 8, 8 p.m.: Northwest Region vs. Mid-Atlantic RegionSaturday, Aug. 17Game 9, 1 p.m.: Australia vs. Latin America Game 10, 3 p.m.: New England vs. Great LakesGame 11, 6 p.m.: Europe-Africa vs. CanadaGame 12, 8 p.m.: Southwest vs. NorthwestSunday, Aug. 18Game 13, 9 a.m.: Caribbean vs. Asia-PacificGame 14, 11 a.m.: Southeast vs. MidwestGame 15, 1 p.m.: Japan vs. MexicoGame 16, 2 p.m.: West vs. Mid-AtlanticMonday, Aug. 19Game A, 11 a.m.: Australia vs. Great LakesGame 16, 1 p.m.: West vs. Mid-AtlanticGame 17, 3 p.m.: Mexico vs. Latin AmericaGame 19, 6 p.m.: Caribbean vs. CanadaGame 20, 8 p.m.: Midwest vs. SouthwestTuesday, Aug. 20Game B, 11 a.m.: Europe-Africa vs. NorthwestGame 21, 3 p.m.: Latin America vs. CaribbeanGame 18, 7:30 p.m.: Mid-Atlantic vs. New EnglandWednesday, Aug. 21Game 22, 11 a.m.: Mid-Atlantic vs. SouthwestGame 23, 3 p.m.: Asia-Pacific vs. JapanGame 24, 7:30 p.m.: Southeast vs. WestThursday, Aug. 22Game 25, 3 p.m.: Caribbean vs. Asia-PacificGame 26, 7 p.m.: Southwest vs. SoutheastSaturday, Aug. 24Game 27, 12:30 p.m.: Japan vs. Caribbean (International final)Game 28, 3:30 p.m.: West vs. Southwest (United States final)Sunday, Aug. 25Game 29, 10 a.m.: Japan vs. West (Consolation game)Game 30, 3 p.m.: Caribbean vs. Southwest (LLWS final)What channel is the Little League World Series on?Every 2019 Little League World Series game will be broadcast live on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC.
Fifteen-year-old son, Jack Linn wears a medical marijuana patch on his arm Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Lakewood, Colo. Jack, who has cerebral palsy, is not allowed to wear a skin patch delivering a cannabis-derived treatment to school. A new Colorado law allowing medical marijuana use at public schools will be looked at by state lawmakers Monday because no school districts are allowing it even though the law says they can. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Stacey Linn jokes with her 15-year-old son, Jack, Sunday, April 10, 2016, outside their home in Lakewood, Colo. Jack, who has cerebral palsy, is not allowed to wear a skin patch delivering a cannabis-derived treatment to school. A new Colorado law allowing medical marijuana use at public schools will be looked at by state lawmakers Monday because no school districts are allowing it even though the law says they can. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Stacey Linn jokes with her 15-year-old son, Jack, Sunday, April 10, 2016, outside their home in Lakewood, Colo. Jack, who has cerebral palsy, is not allowed to wear a skin patch delivering a cannabis-derived treatment to school. A new Colorado law allowing medical marijuana use at public schools will be looked at by state lawmakers Monday, because no school districts are allowing it even though the law says they can. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) DENVER | A new Colorado law allowing medical marijuana use at public schools is getting a second look Monday in a House committee.The current law allows students who need medical marijuana to use edible pot at public schools — as long as the school districts agree. No school districts currently does, so patient advocates are pushing the bill to make Colorado the second state to require schools to allow nurses or parents to administer medical pot. New Jersey made the change last year.“They need to make reasonable accommodations so that children who need medical marijuana can go to school,” said Stacey Linn, a Lakewood mother of a 15-year-old with cerebral palsy who is not allowed to wear a skin patch delivering a cannabis-derived treatment to school.Medical marijuana has been legal in some states for two decades. But school districts and lawmakers nationwide are only now starting to grapple with thorny issues about student use of a drug still illegal under federal law. Colorado is one of three states where medical marijuana is legal that has any rules for use in schools, according to the pro-legalization Marijuana Policy Project.The possibility of medical marijuana in schools raises a number of questions for school officials. The law currently says that the drug must be in non-smokeable form and is to be administered by a school nurse or a caregiver, likely a parent. But those school nurses are also required to report to authorities any child who is exposed to an illegal drug, including marijuana-derived treatments.That happened to the Wann family of Highlands Ranch, which got a call from Child Protective Services last year because their epileptic 8th grader uses a cannabis-derived treatment. Amber Wann said her son doesn’t take the oil at school, but the district reported the family as possible child abusers, despite last year’s law clarifying that schools may allow marijuana treatment.“They were more concerned about losing federal funds and law enforcement coming after their nurses than about the new law saying they can allow a hemp-derived medicine,” Wann said.School officials say they’re being unfairly asked to accommodate an activity that still runs afoul of federal law. This year’s update, for example, gives schools no guidance for the possibility of a student grabbing a cannabis treatment away from a parent and rightful patient on a school bus and taking it themselves.“School boards do not lack compassion for students that benefit from medical marijuana,” said Jane Urschel of the Colorado Association of School Boards, which opposes the marijuana requirement. “How do you begin to deal with those difficulties in different venues?”The parents counter that medical marijuana shouldn’t be treated any differently than Ritalin or other controlled substances that are routinely dispensed by school districts.Supporters also say that schools are being too conservative about the prospect of endangering federal funding. New Jersey last year required schools to accommodate student medical marijuana use, with no repercussions from federal authorities.The law’s backers say they’re not sure whether the school pot requirement will pass. The state Department of Education is neutral on the measure. Colorado has about 350 kids under 18 on the medical marijuana registry, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.Sponsors say they hope that growing acceptance of marijuana to treat childhood illnesses gives the school pot requirement a boost.“Kids shouldn’t have to choose between their medicine and going to school,” said Rep. Jonathan Singer, D-Longmont and sponsor of the bill.___Kristen Wyatt can be reach at https://www.twitter.com/APkristenwyatt___Online:House Bill 1373: https://bit.ly/23iosja