Ritchey will be showing off (among other things) their newÃ‚Â SuperLogic Carbon 46mm Road Tubular wheels and WCS Carbon 1BoltÃ‚Â Zero-Offset seatpost at Interbike. Ã‚Â The SuperLogic wheel set is entirely hand-built with carbon rims that make it one of the lightest on the market. The Zero-Offset seatpost allows riders to be “on top of” their pedals and makes saddle adjustments easy. Ã‚Â Descriptions below are from Ritchey:SuperLogic Carbon 46mm Road Tubular wheelsOne hundred percent hand-built, race-proven Ritchey wheel technology combined with proprietary carbon rims make this wheel set one of the lightest in the market. The rims are constructed with a unique blend of uni-directional, hi-modulus carbon and Boron with ceramic braking surface for high strength and low weight. Internal 3/16″ hex style nipples and DT bladed New Aero Light spokes are used for enhanced aerodynamics and serviceability. The cold forged WCS SL front hub has rounded flanges to support high-tension radial lacing and smooth rolling, low maintenance precision bearings. The cold forged WCS SL rear hub uses precision bearings, optimal flange design for spoke support and is available in three lightweight alloy freehub body configurations (Campy, Shimano and SRAM). 20H radial lacing (front); 24H 2x (rear). Clincher version available soon.Ã‚Â Weight: 491g(F)/ 680g(R)Ã‚Â (1171g / set)Ã‚Â MSRP: $2799.90 (pair).Hit ‘more’ to see the post and specs… WCS Carbon 1Bolt Zero-Offset seatpostAs part of Ritchey Design’s commitment to its Fit Logic Philosophy, “the best performance is achieved when a bike fits the unique and individual dimensions of the rider,” Ritchey offers its Zero-Offset seat post. For riders with relatively short femurs/upper bodies, time trialists or triatletes who want to be “on top of” their pedals, the zero-offset post allows riders to sit more forward and places the knee joint more in-line with pedal axle spindles for balanced pedaling. The WCS Carbon post is constructed using Ritchey’s 3D monocoque pressure forged process, which forms the seatpost head and tube in one process for an optimized strength-to-weight ratio. The patented SideBinder one-bolt seat clamp makes for easy fore and aft and saddle tilt adjustments. Low-profile head ensures optimal saddle clearance and easy access to the SideBinder bolt.Ã‚Â Weight: 164g (350mm/27.2)Ã‚Â MSRP: $269.95
Kenny Honaker Related Topics Monday, December 5th, 2016WHEN: 7:30 PM ESTWHERE: @AirCanadaCentre, Toronto, CanadaWATCH: @FOXSportsOHLISTEN: @WMMS 100.7 FM, @wtam1100, La Mega 87.7FM– Cavaliers (13-5, 1st in Central): After their frustrating 111-105 loss to the Chicago Bulls on Friday night, the Cavaliers are carrying a three-game losing streak and looking for improvement.Despite their recent set-backs, the Cavaliers are tied with the Raptors atop the Eastern Conference standings.Coming into tonight’s match-up, the Cavs are leading the Eastern Conference in points (110.0 per game, 4th in NBA), three-pointers made (240, 2nd in NBA), and three-point percentage (.389, 2nd in NBA).Tonight, Cavs guard/forward Mike Dunleavy, who has missed Cleveland’s previous two games with a mild concussion as a result of an on-court collision, is expected to make his return to the lineup. Dunleavy’s injury came in Tuesday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks. After showing concussion-like symptoms on Thursday, Dunleavy was placed in the NBA’s concussion protocol program.Tonight’s match-up marks the third of four meetings between Cleveland and Toronto. The Cavs won the first two meetings this season (94-91 on Oct. 28 in Toronto and 121-117 on Nov. 15 in Cleveland). The fourth game is scheduled to be played on April 12th in Cleveland.* Cavaliers projected starting lineup (subject to change) *(PG) Kyrie Irving (6′-3″, 193 lbs)(SG) J.R. Smith (6′-6″, 225 lbs)(SF) LeBron James (6′-8″, 250 lbs)(PF) Kevin Love (6′-10″, 251 lbs)(PF) Tristan Thompson (6′-10″, 238 lbs)* Cavaliers injury report *– (F/C) Mike Dunleavy (concussion): Probable– Raptors (14-6, 1st in Atlantic): Toronto comes into tonight’s match-up with the defending champs as winners in six straight games, including their dominating 128-84 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night. Per Elias Sports Bureau, Toronto’s 44 point margin of victory over the Hawks on Saturday night set a new Raptors franchise record. DeMar DeRozan continues to lead the Raptors in scoring. DeRozan, who was selected 9th overall in the 2009 NBA Draft (Toronto), is averaging 27.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per contest. Kyle Lowry leads the Raptors in the assist department. The former Villanova Wildcat stand-out and 24th overall selection in the 2006 NBA Draft (Memphis) is averaging 20.4 points, 7.4 assists, and 5.1 rebounds per game. In Saturday’s impressive win over the Hawks, Lowry scored 17 points (6-of-9 shots and three 3-pointers), eight rebounds, eight assists and one block in 31 minutes.Lowry truly has it going as of late, averaging 22.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 7.4 assists, 1.2 steals and 4.6 three-pointers on 64 percent shooting over his last five games.In a recent article from ESPN, Lowry was asked if the game against the Cavaliers would provide a test for the Raptors. Lowry replied, saying:“I don’t think it’s a test. You all asked me that the first game of the season that we played them. I think it’s just another regular-season game for us and a team that we always want to be better than. But we want to be better than every team in the NBA at the end of the day.”Jonas Valanciunas, who was selected 5th overall in the 2011 NBA Draft (Toronto), will be cleaning the glass for the Raptors. Coming into tonight’s bout with the defending champs, the Lithuanian big man is averaging 12.6 points and a team-high 9.3 rebounds per game.* Raptors projected starting lineup (subject to change) *(PG) Kyle Lowry (6′-1″, 196 lbs)(SG) DeMar DeRozan (6′-7″, 219 lbs)(SF) DeMarre Carroll (6′-8″, 215 lbs)(PF) Patrick Patterson (6′-9″, 230 lbs)(C) Jonas Valanciunas (7′-0″, 265 lbs)* Raptors injury report *– (PG) Delon Wright (shoulder): Out– (PF) Jared Sullinger (foot): Out* All stats and information via www.basketball-reference.com, www.rotoworld.com, www.nba.com, www.espn.com, Elias Sports Bureau, and The Associated Press *
Today’s formal selections for equestrian cover the disciplines of dressage, eventing and show jumping. In aquatics, formal selections were made for three swimmers and, for the first time since 1948, an Irish diver, Oliver Dingley, will compete at the Olympic Games. These additions to Team Ireland bring the total number of selected athletes for Rio 2016 to 50 from 10 sports. Olympic Council of Ireland announces aquatics and equestrian athletes for Rio 2016 Tags: Olympic Council of Ireland announces aquatics and equestrian athletes for Rio 2016 Further formal announcements are to be made in athletics and boxing, whilst the sports still to be added to the final team are cycling, golf, hockey and hopefully rugby. Kevin Kilty, Team Ireland’s Chef de Mission for Rio 2016, said: DressageJudy Reynolds with Vancouver K Swim IrelandFiona Doyle – Women’s 100m BreaststrokeOliver Dingley – Men’s 3m Springboard DivingNicholas Quinn – Men’s 200m BreaststrokeShane Ryan – Men’s 100m Backstroke Home » Featured News » Olympic Council of Ireland announces aquatics and equestrian athletes for Rio 2016 Eventing TeamClare Abbott with Euro PrinceJonty Evans with Cooley Rorke’s DriftMark Kyle with JemillaPadraig McCarthy with either Simon Porloe or Bernadette Utopia, ENDS 16 June 2016 – Dublin, Ireland: The Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) is today delighted to announce jointly with Horse Sport Ireland and Swim Ireland, that a further 10 athletes have been selected to represent Team Ireland at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Show JumpingGreg Broderick and MHS Going Global the first time that an Irish golfer will competethe first time since 1948 that an Irish diver will competethe first time since 1948 that a team sport is being contested with men’s hockeythe first time Team Ireland will enter three boats in rowingthe first time that an Irish woman will compete in gymnastics The fourth group of selected athletes is made up of: “With Team Ireland comprising so many different sports, Rio 2016 will be one of the most diverse and exciting Olympic Games for our athletes. As we hit 50 days to go the public are now really getting behind the team and supporting all the athletes.” There will be a number of firsts for Team Ireland at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, including: Travelling Reserve: Camilla Speirs with Portersize Just A Jiff For more information:Contact: Nick Dawes, Olympic Council of IrelandTelephone: +447557435851 Horse Sport Ireland 16 June 2016, 16:41
Garden International School (GIS), which is based in Ban Chang, made a splash with a spectacular swimming gala on Wednesday October 10 as the students took on two other local schools, namely Regent’s and St Andrews. All three schools were leading the points table at some stage during the afternoon, which meant that every single race mattered and was closely contested.A GIS student gets into the swim of things. The GIS Year 4 boys got off to a good start by winning the Medley Relay. The Year 5 girls brought GIS the most points out of all the age groups and did fantastically well. All in all, every single swimmer who competed for GIS swam well. The results were extremely close and by the end Regent’s won, with GIS and St Andrews both tied in second place.Almost there – a young swimmer at GIS.Swimming coordinator Ms Wilson lends a hand.
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By Daniel Routley, BC Summer Games A wild ride on the water has left a canoe team from Nelson smiling. With a time of 6:51, Kootenays (Zone 1) members Gino Catenacci, Galen Boulanger, Stuart Milde and Jacob Timmermans completed their 500 metre, four-person canoe race Saturday morning by paddling hard in reverse. Starting in lane #5 on the far right of the course, the four boys pulled ahead of the others only to begin an accidental journey to the left of the course. With teammates and the referee calling on the team to go right, the boys still managed to end up off the course, in the bushes, and then eventually completely backwards. “We were actually going better backwards than forwards,” said Timmermans after the race. “We were more in sync going backwards!” “That’s how they paddle in the Kootenays, backwards.” announced chief official Bill Rublee on the radio. “We’re no good at the canoeing,” commented Catenacci. “We’re much better at the kayaking.” But, with only two months of training between them all, even a sixth place finish is an excellent feeling, they said. Boulanger called it “the best race I’ve ever had,” and, with smiles on their faces and excitement in their hearts, it was certainly an exciting event.
“We are very proud of this group of talented young hockey players and look forward to watching them represent BC on the national stage,” said BC Hockey Chief Executive Officer, Barry Petrachenko in a media release. “The coaching staff and evaluators have done an exceptional job in selecting the team and preparing Team BC to meet the challenges of a multi-sport event like the Canada Winter Games.”Hunt, a member of the Okanagan Hockey Academy, was part of Team BC at the 2017 National Women’s Under-18 Hockey Championships in Quebec City.The U18 selection process began with players invited to the 2018 Female U18 Provincial Camp held in August in Shawnigan Lake, BC and in-season evaluations.Team BC kicks off the 2019 Canada Winter Games on February 24, 2019 against Alberta. Team BC will also face Ontario and Nova Scotia in preliminary play prior to the quarterfinals that start on February 28, 2019. Semi-final action will be played on March 1, 2019 and the medal games take place on March 2, 2019. Hockey will be played at the downtown and Kinex Arenas along with the Centrium in Red Deer.British Columbia had their highest finish ever, winning the silver medal in 1991. BC finished sixth at the last Canada Winter Games held in Prince George, BC in 2015. BC Hockey announced Monday that forward Reece Hunt of Nelson has been selected to represent BC at the at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta from February 24 – March 3, 2019.Hunt, a graduate of Nelson Minor Hockey, was picked following the three-day U18 Team BC selection camp held during the weekend in Penticton. Rachel Teslak of Cranbrook is the only other player from the Kootenay region selected to the squad.
Northwestern State completed the weekend sweep of Central Arkansas Saturday to move within a game and a half of first place behind Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Nicholls. The Demons moved to 13-8 while the Islanders and Colonels are 14-6 in league play after wins against Oral Roberts and New Orleans, respectively. Islanders have reeled off seven consecutive wins while the Colonels are on a five-game streak of their own. In other league action, Sam Houston State moved to 12-8 in league play after a 5-3 win against Southeastern Louisiana. Lamar defeated Stephen F. Austin, Houston Baptist knocked off Abilene Christian and McNeese State edged UIW.Northwestern State 5, Central Arkansas 4 (11 innings)Northwestern State 6, Central Arkansas 3NATCHITOCHES, La. – Edwin Gomez’s single through the right side in the 11th inning of the first game and an three runs on an odd play in the eighth inning of the second game gave the Northwestern State baseball team 5-4 and 6-3 wins to sweep Central Arkansas in a three-game Southland Conference weekend series Saturday night at Brown-Stroud Field. | Northwestern Recap | UCA RecapSam Houston State 5, Southeastern Louisiana 3HUNTSVILLE, Texas –Luke Plucheck picked a great time to blast his first home run of the season. The Bearkats trailed Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 before Plucheck’s two-run blast sparked a four-run fifth inning on the way to a 5-3 series-clinching win Saturday. | Sam Houston Recap | Southeastern RecapLamar 7, Stephen F. Austin 3NACOGDOCHES, Texas –Sam Bumpers accomplished something that no other Lamar baseball player has ever been able to match on Saturday and he wasted little time in doing so, leading the Cards to a 7-3 victory over Stephen F. Austin at Jaycees Field. | Lamar Recap | SFA RecapHouston Baptist 3, Abilene Christian 0HOUSTON, Texas – Houston Baptist senior right-hander Ryan Lower handled Abilene Christian, then the Huskies broke through with a run in the sixth and two more in the seventh for a 3-0 victory to even the Southland Conference series at a game apiece Saturday afternoon at Husky Field. | HBU Recap | ACU RecapNicholls 8, New Orleans 5NEW ORLEANS, La. – The Nicholls State University baseball team defeated the University of New Orleans 8-5 at Maestri Field on Saturday behind an offensive eruption from senior shortstop Leo Vargas. | Nicholls Recap | UNO RecapMcNeese State 6, UIW 5LAKE CHARLES, La. – Lucas Quary’s one-out, two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning snapped a 4-4 tie while Steven O’Bryant picked up his second save in as many days as McNeese defeated Incarnate Word 6-5 Saturday afternoon to take the Southland Conference baseball series. | McNeese Recap | UIW RecapTexas A&M-Corpus Christi 4, Oral Roberts 1CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Jacob Dorris had a tremendous performance out of the bullpen and Tyler Ware hit a two-run home run to lead the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi baseball team to a 4-1 victory over Oral Roberts on Saturday night. It marked the seventh straight win for the Islanders, who remained in a tie for first place with Nicholls. | A&M-Corpus Christi Recap | ORU Recap
Dear Editor,I have written twice on the subject of Haitians’ arrival in Guyana asking that the Minister of Citizenship, Mr Winston Felix, explain the fact that, according to him, over 8000 Haitians recently arrived in our country and less than 2000 are recorded as having departed. I asked a simple question: “where are the 7000 odd unaccounted-for Haitians?”I am not the only citizen who has expressed this concern, but instead of providing an answer to the nation, the Minister singled me out for attack and called me “xenophobic”. He also failed to provide any reliable information. Mr Felix, instead of holding a press conference and facing the media on a subject of major public interest and concern, stages an ” interview” with the Public Information and Press Services of the Ministry of the Presidency to feed him rehearsed questions.Acknowledging that the Haitians cleared customs and immigration into the country, unbelievably, he has to rely on Brazilian immigration records to tell us that just under 7000 Haitians have arrived in that country but can offer no evidence that they have legally departed Guyana. In other words, the Haitians who arrived, under our immigration laws, are still in Guyana.Winston Felix should know better than to call me, of all people, “xenophobic”.Let me remind him that I have served my country longer than he ever will, in and out of the Cabinet under two Presidents, the founder of the party he now represents, Forbes Burnham, and later former President Desmond Hoyte.When Guyana was beset by the horrors of Jonestown, I was assigned a diplomatic mission by President Burnham, in the USA, to defend our country’s name and reputation, appearing in over 20 television programmes, including NBC and CBS, yet Felix has the gumption to call me “xenophobic”. If anyone needs to apologise, it’s you, Mr Felix. Do your job Mister Minister. Hold a press conference, tell us the truth.Sincerely,Kit Nascimento