ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsDespite happiness after winning the amazing semi-final thriller against Romania, Norwegian head-coach Thorir Hergeirsson could’t be totally satisfied with his team performance:– I am not satisfied with all things we did, but I see some good things. For the fans, maybe it was historical match, but if you look in the details, something could be better – said Icelander, who will stay on the Norwegian bench until 2020.Norway have a great chance to, once again, make hat-trick consisted of all three big titles in world of handball – European, World and Olympic gold medals:-They have good shooters, one of the best goalie, they have a huge developments. We were waiting for them to breakthrough. It will be a very difficult match. It is always question will your 50% will be enough to beat their 50%. If you look how they played, their chances would be even bigger than 50%. They are flying Dutch. We can beat them, but it won’t be easy. I expect really good fight – concluded Hergeirsson.Final match will be played at 17.15 hrs. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Romania smashed Norway and dreams of semifinal berth Related Items:Denmark 2015, Thorir Hergeirsson Oftedal: “I feel 100% fit now, very happy and so ready for what’s coming” Germany upsets title holders with a thrilling win in Brest Recommended for you
Gillian Lynne (Photo: Bruce Glikas) Gillian Lynne, two-time Tony nominee and renowned choreographer of Cats and The Phantom of the Opera, died on July 1 at the age of 92.Lynne’s husband, Peter Land, tweeted the news from his late wife’s account later that day saying, “Rest In Peace my darling Gillie. I am heartbroken to write that Dame Gillian Lynne DBE & my dearest wife & friend & love for 40 years passed away at 6.20pm tonight 1st July 2018 at the Princess Grace Hospital. She leaves behind a huge legacy & is adored by many.”Lynne’s work in the theater spanned over half a century. She began working as a ballerina in Sadler’s Wells Ballet, now known today as the Royal Ballet, in 1946. After becoming a soloist, she transitioned into becoming a choreographer and director. She made her Broadway debut in 1965 choreographing The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd and went on to work on a total of seven Broadway shows. In 1981 she earned global recognition for choreographing Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats, which earned her a Tony nomination as well the 1981 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement of the Year in Musicals for the show’s London production. Lynne once again worked with Lloyd Webber in 1988 with The Phantom of the Opera, earning her second Tony nomination. She worked again with the composer on Broadway’s Aspects of Love in 1990 and on the screen adaption of The Phantom of the Opera in 2004.Lynne received a Special Olivier Award in 2013 for her contribution to theater. Her many awards include the Golden Rose of Montreux Award, BAFTA, Molière Award and The Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award by the Royal Academy of Dance. She was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) 1997 and Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2014. In March of this year, Lloyd Webber renamed the West End’s New London Theatre, current home of School of Rock was renamed the Gillian Lynne Theatre, making her the first non-royal woman to receive this honor. The West End will dim its lights before evening performances begin for one minute on July 2. View Comments
The Belize government says it will reopen its borders to international travel on October 1. You may be interested in… “I’m pleased to say that we have a firm date now of October 1st, 2020. This date is what we have fixed upon for two reasons, we are positive that all the protocols, the physical refurbishment or the physical alteration of spaces at the PGIA, the training of taxi drivers, the training of others, the continuing or continuous reaching out to immigration personnel and the customs personnel and the public health inspectors, that sort of thing put us in a position where we can say with complete confidence that by October 1st, we will have the kind of flow that is to take place through the PGIA down pat. Prime Minister Dean Barrow, speaking during a virtual news conference, said that the Phillip Goldson International Airport (PGIA) will reopen on that date, coinciding with the start of the 2020 tourist season. CMO says Saint Lucia at critical stage of COVID-19 outbreak “So what we are doing in terms of the recovery situation is that in the past it used to be two negative tests that were being done. Keeping online with what is reported internationally we are now only doing one test once that test comes out negative. The person is deemed to have recovered and that is why we are starting that process of reporting as of today.” he added. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Six Eastern Caribbean countries deemed safe for travel – CDC “They will come initially five days a week, every day except I believe, Tuesday and Wednesday. And then United is also indicating that they will start coming back to Belize on a regular basis, they bring the repatriation flights every Friday as you know. But they will start coming back on October 1st and they are proposing to come every day,” Barrow added. Oct 16, 2020 Meanwhile, Belize has 870 cases of the virus, with health officials saying that 765 are active cases. St. Kitts And Nevis Confirms Two COVID-19 CasesNATIONAL STATEMENT ON COVID-19 By the Hon Wendy Colleen Phipps Minister of State with Responsibility for Health March 25, 2020 In my capacity as Minister of State with Responsibility for Health, it is my duty to inform you that as of 11:03 pm on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Federation…March 25, 2020In “CARICOM”ST. Kitts-Nevis to reopen borders at month endStory via CMC – The St. Kitts-Nevis government Thursday said it will fully reopen its borders to international commercial flights and travellers from October 31. Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris told a news conference that the opening of the borders of the twin island Federation will not only facilitate the…October 2, 2020In “CARICOM”T&T could keep borders closed until after Aug 10 pollsPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – The Trinidad and Tobago Government says it has no plans to rush towards reopening the borders of the country closed since March in a bid to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Oppositions parties have been calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith…July 7, 2020In “General”Share this on WhatsApp Oct 15, 2020 “So apart from knowing that by October 1st we will absolutely be ready, the second rationale for that date is the fact that it would have made no sense even if we could have managed it to do an earlier reopening because nobody was coming. We have now though confirmation from American Airlines that they will start to fly again to Belize on October 1st, 2020,” Barrow said. The Director of Health Services, Dr. Marvin Manzanero told reporters “you will notice that more males are dying than females. The recovery cases are also more females than males. And we also have a hundred more cases of SARSCOV2 in males than we do in females. St. Lucia records more cases of COVID Belize, like many other Caribbean countries had shut down its borders in a bid to curb the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) that has also severely restricted air travel globally. The country has recorded 12 deaths and the latest figures show that over the past 24 hours, 52 new positive cases were identified in 333 samples. More deaths from COVID-19 recorded in CARICOM countries,… “We do have 12 reported deaths, four in females and eight in males. Basically what we are looking at the age group there, from 25 to 34 we have two deaths. From 50 to 59 we have four deaths and from the age group 60 to 64 five deaths and one person over the age of 65.” said Epidemiologist Dr. Russell Manzanero. Oct 16, 2020 Oct 15, 2020
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BILL NEAL:10—Okay, let’s get to the real important stuff first. And I do mean important…like earth shattering. Some blind guy forgot to put someone on “The List.” You know what list…the finest women in the world list that is put together every year by an undisputed but somewhat old staff. (Never you mind who!) Anyway, you would have to be outside your mind not to have Nicole Scherzinger in the top five. Yeah, the former lead singer for The Pussycat Dolls. I don’t care who you take out of the line-up. Damn it, just put her in!!! Got some question about that? Just Google up “Don’t Cha?”:09—Now to some other stuff. At the Pitt-Florida State game the Panthers brought the house today. Almost capacity crowd. Retro blue throw back uniforms and yes boys and girls, they let loose the real D.J. The house was rockin.’ At 6:38 to go in the first half Pitt’s up 28-27. I’m going out on that limb and tell ya Pitt upsets this #19 ranked team. Be back at ya!
He hinted that Toni Kroos instead deserved the Ballon d’Or. “Cristiano won in 2013 instead of Kroos or any other Bayern player, who won everything. And in 2014 Toni was again instrumental in the team that won the World Cup.” CET Johan Cruyff can’t take the Ballon d’Or too seriously any more, as he explained in his De Telegraaf column. The coach of the Dream Team has made it clear he does not agree with the choice of Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player in 2013 and 2014. The Portugal and Real Madrid star won the Copa del Rey and the Champions League with his side but his World Cup was a disappointment. 19/01/2015 Sport EN Cruyff said, somewhat provocatively: “At the highest level, everything is a combination of individual talent and achievements. It is ridiculous that, for the second consecutive year, they have awarded a player who did not play excellently or win the most titles.” Upd. at 20:06 He lamented that the German wasn’t among the three finalists and added that Ronaldo was “anonymous in the World Cup.”
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Kelton Forte scored 12 points to pace the Bombers to a 59-45 victory over Sparwood. Forte also earned Bomber player-of-the-game honours.LVR opened the tournament Friday with a tough 52-43 loss to David Thompson Lakers of Invermere. Calvin Wheeler was the Bombers player-of-the-game.Josh Creak led LVR past Elkford 78-19 in consolation play.Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the Bombers with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, Josh Creak, Isaac Vissers, Nathaniel Pan, Sam Orasuk, Calvin Wheeler, Mika Whitefield, Matteo Kataoka, Kelton Forte, Evan Lamle, Quinn Kilpatrick, Nathan Humphrey and coaches Ryan MacKinnon and Matthew Fuhr. The L.V. Rogers Bombers outlasted Sparwood to capture the Consolation Final at the Fernie Falcons Junior Boy’s Basketball Tournament Saturday in the East Kootenay City.
The junior men were competing over 135.5km, or eight laps of a flat and fast circuit in the Middle Eastern city. At the mid-section of the race Xeno Young attacked the bunch, but once he was brought back he got caught up in a crash in the bunch, and Junior Team Manager Martin O’Loughlin described an unfortunate scenario for the young Irish cyclists; “Xeno had a pop off the front and just as he drifted to the back after getting caught a guy in front of him came down, Ronan [Tuomey] was back there too, and they both came down. I think the luck of the Irish deserted us today. The heat probably contributed to a lot of the crashes today, but it was the busiest day for the medical centre here.” Once Tuomey and Young were out of the race Jake Gray was the sole Irish rider on the course. The second year junior was well positioned in the main group coming into the final kilometre, but once again fell victim to a crash in the bunch. O’Loughlin was disappointed for Gray saying; “Jake was just getting in for the gallop when he crashed. ‘Twas disappointing for him, he’s had a great junior and youth career, but it was a pity for him ending his junior career on the deck. That’s bike racing, though, it’s the biggest stage in the world and to end up on the floor isn’t part of the plan. Next year he will ride for VC Toucy, the team that Mark Downey was on this year, so he has a big career ahead.”With Young and Tuomey still first year juniors, both are already back in school, making preparations for the World Championships a little more complicated; “Two of the three boys are still school boys, but their preparation was top notch with their coaches on what was always going to be a difficult Championships without acclimatisation camps. The guys themselves are very professional with their behaviour here, and they are getting great learning from the likes of Ryan [Mullen], Sam [Bennett] and Nico [Nicolas Roche]. I think Kurt [Bogaerts – Team Manager] summed it up well the last day when he said that the juniors are coming through now like the U23s were a few years ago, they are coming in with the skills and are not overawed by the level, they adjust well and seamlessly into the team. That’s all we can hope for. It is all part of a bigger picture and hopefully these lads will learn from it this today. You have to enjoy the good days and learn from the bad days, and this is all part of the pathway. Now we have to drive for qualification for next year, and get more people to the World Championships in Bergen, that’s the big aim for next year.”The last race for the Irish National Team will be the Elite Men’s Road Race on Sunday morning, with the Irish hopes being placed on sprinter Sam Bennett. Also in action on the 257.5km course will be Ryan Mullen and Matt Brammeier. Racing in Doha at the Road World Championships runs from 10th – 16th October.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Cycling Ireland’s Jake Gray was Ireland’s top finisher in the Junior Men’s Road Race at the UCI 2016 Road World Championships in Doha, Qatar today, finishing 107th on a day where crashes put an end to the hopes of Ireland’s Ronan Tuomey and Xeno Young. Gray rode a strong race, racing in the main peloton, with the winning medals coming from a breakaway group. The gold medal went to Jakob Egholm from Denmark, with Niklas Markl of Germany winning silver and Switzerland’s Reto Muller taking bronze. This is the fifth day of action for the Irish National Team competing at the UCI 2016 Road World Championships in Doha, on a week where Irish riders have performed strongly, in particular Ryan Mullen who finished fifth in the Elite Men’s Time Trial last Wednesday. Crashes Cause Mayhem in Junior Men’s Road Race at Worlds
In Group 3 Maigh Cuilinn beat Mountbellew/Moylough at Pearse Stadium 0-11 to 0-10. Earlier in the Senior Championship: At Tuam Stadium it ended Milltown 1-9 Barna 0-10. Salthill Knocknacarra2-12 St Michael’s 1-6 at Pearse Stadium. In the Intermediate championship:Caltra overcame Williamstown at Tuam Stadium Caltra 1-9 Williamstown 0-10.Earlier Kilconly beat Corofin at Tuam Stadium. Final Score Kilconly 2-11 Corofin 2-5.At Maigh Cuilinn it ended Mícheal Breathnachs 3-6 Oughterard 1-14.Elsewhere it was victory for Kilkerrin/Clonberne 0-15 to Clifden’s 0-8.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email In Group 2 of the Claregalway Hotel County Senior Football Championship, it ended Tuam Stars 2-12 Naomh Anna Leitir Mór 1-11. This evenings’ games due to take place in Kenny Park, Athenry have been called off. Killannin v Caherlistrane and Claregalway v St James’s have been postponed due to the adverse weather conditions.