By mladiinfo says: 12 thoughts on “Freedom of the Press Contest” ← Turkey and the EU’s New Borders, Turkey Freedom of the Press Contest Share 0 on March 18, 2011 at 5:35 pm +1 By Andrius says: Hi, Andrius, as you can read, unfortunately no online category. Best, Kristina,Mladiinfo Log in to Reply on May 31, 2011 at 10:16 am Log in to Reply So no online category? By paramour says: By Guest says: Reddit By Lusine Kabanyaan says: March 18, 2011 Published by Site Default Hi, paramour, So I found it in the FAQ section:”How can I submit a media to a contest? First you have to upload the media. Afterwards you can see your media and you can submit it to the contest using the “Add to contest” link on the right pane” So, i think there must be some “upload” and “add to contest” option. Good luck, Kristina,mladiinfo on March 19, 2011 at 11:57 am on May 1, 2011 at 7:50 am Tweet By mladiinfo says: on March 21, 2011 at 11:29 am on May 31, 2011 at 9:41 am Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Pocket on April 1, 2011 at 2:13 pm Log in to Reply By mladiinfo says: By mladiinfo says: How many words should the article have? How can it be submitted? Log in to Reply By elena says: German Chancellor Fellowship for Prospective Leaders from US, RF, China → 212 Photography Istanbul on March 21, 2011 at 11:27 am Log in to Reply Hi mladiinfo, is it open to young journalists around the world or only Journalists in Europe? Hi, there, as it is not specified above (the non-EU journalists are not said to be excluded). So probably yes, it should be open to all the journalists, but I would not bet on it. Wishing you good luck, Kristina,Mladiinfo The Masters Review Flash Fiction Contest 2021 Log in to Reply Elena, please read the discussion thread above, you need to first become a member and then.. you can upload media. Ciao, Kristina,mladiinfo By mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply on May 2, 2011 at 7:48 pm on March 28, 2011 at 2:38 pm Hello, Luisiane, if this was intended to be your contribution to the contest, then you are barking up the wrong tree. Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities. Click on the direct link to the official page above to apply for the program. And, mind that the deadline is over. Best, Kristina,Mladiinfo By mladiinfo says: Log in to Reply Guest, I really don’t know. I have no more information about it.I believe, you have to create an account and thus, you’ll get to know more. Best, Kristina,Mladiinfo By Chimezie says: Tourism in the fairyland of pyramids in absence of insurance The feeling of security is essential to everyone everywhere, especially when you are traveling abroad. In modern world secure feeling and security is closely associated with the type and coverage of the insurance policy. We, the Armenians pay little attention to the importance of insurance in our everyday life, yet it should head the expenses list while we prepare our expenditures. It is even more important and essential to travel abroad with insurance policy in hand, since no one can guarantee or foresee what unexpected situation might come to occur. The fact is especially true when you are visiting a politically unstable Islam country like Egypt.Egypt has always been an attractive country to tourists all over the world with its rich historical past, cultural heritage, warm climate, wonderful coasts on Mediterranean and Red Sea, excellent sand beaches and proper touristic infrastructure. There exist comparably fair prices for people with moderate income. Egypt is also one of the most preferred touristic countries for the Armenians. But, at present the country is in continuing political turmoil.The latest occurrences in Egypt have not deterred Armenian tourists to organize their vacation in fairyland of pyramids, i.e. Egypt. Though, according to the latest Armenian tourist flow data, touristic travels to Egypt seems to have minimized due to political instability in that country since the beginning of 2011. Of course, the political instability in Egypt is not the only reason for the waning interest in Egypt. There are no direct flights from Armenia to Egypt.Now the ticket and touristic travel prices have become more expensive due to transit flights through Moscow. The tour price per person has jumped from $300 to $600-700. 640,032 people have gone abroad for vacation from Armenia in 2010. This is an increase of 22% to the data of previous year. A good number of these have gone to vacation in Egypt. This year an appreciable decrease in the tourist numbers from Armenia to Egypt is expected. The main reason of decrease to visit Egypt is considered to be the political situation in the country and increase in the average tour price tag.Victoria Aleksanyan has great curiosity to travel to Egypt.” Some organizations do organize tours to Egypt, but after the close or shut down of the Tez-Tour direct flights to Egypt does not exist and travel through transit is not profitable, and besides there are other attractive offers from other countries.” says Aleksanyan.“I have great desire to visit Egypt, but it has become dangerous. Even if it is free I would not take the risk.” said Lusine Margaryan.On the other hand under which conditions one can take risks and how can one feel safe and secure in a foreign country. From the security point of view of the existence of insurance policy against health and accidents becomes most important.We gathered information from the Armenian insurance companies that when political instability did not exist in Egypt and it was a peaceful country, even then one should admit that the Armenian tourists were not so safe, since insurance was not a pre-condition to receive visa; and naturally, the most of the Armenian tourists did not take insurance policies voluntarily, thus leaving their safety to the mere chance that nothing extraordinary would happen to them. Now that political upheavals are becoming commonplace, traveling without proper insurance policies should not be permitted. The risks are unaffordable.Lately, the political situation tends to stabilize and that still there are people wanting to visit Egypt. As we are informed from SIMATOUR touristic agencies ‘there are people interested to visit Egypt, but we are not encouraging them in that direction’ and instead proposing other countries around or in Mediterranean area with new conditions and other historical, cultural and climatic characteristics such as Turkey, Italy, Cyprus, Greece. There is flourishing interest among people in Armenia wanting to vacate in Batumi for its more accessibility, nearness and cheap cost”.Traveling to these countries also involves risks and without getting proper insurance policy one should not venture abroad. Even more can be said to the affect that some of these countries require insurance policies as a must to issue an entrance visa.This inadvertent and careless attitude of the citizens is too risky, to say the least, since in foreign countries one can face such a situation, where own means simply may or would not be sufficient. Gayane Abrahamyan told us her opinion on this issue by stating the fact that while abroad she became subject to food poisoning, and not being able to cure herself in house conditions she was obliged to get medical care in a hospital.“There they told me that I should pay in cash. Knowing that according to the insurance policy I am entitled for reimbursement for above the $80 expenses, the asked price for the hospital expenses was $500. After returning home I presented my insurance company the bills of my medical expenses and are waiting for reimbursement.” said Abrahamyan.In modern life it is becoming quite obvious and at the same time necessary that each and every individual needs an insurance policy to cover his/her most plausible risks and to face the unexpected hazards, be it illness, accidents or other misfortunes. Log in to Reply LinkedIn 0 I am a member now but I couldn’t reach any further information. What about the video and photography? What are the rules? on March 28, 2011 at 2:02 pm Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Similar Stories Log in to Reply Deadline: 31 May 2011Open to: all young journalists between the ages of 18 and 30Award: winners will be invited to Strasbourg to receive their cash prize of €1000“Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority and regardless of frontiers…”The Award is organized by the European Youth Press in collaboration with the Council of Europe.Freedom of the media is not a given. Over the last ten years, 1,100 journalists and media staff have been killed in the line of duty, according to the International News Safety Institute. In certain countries, governments still attempt to control the media. The concentration process that allows holding companies to control several media outlets reduces the diversity of information sources. On the other hand, the rise of the internet as a new medium has pushed back the boundaries what can and cannot be said and published.AboutThis year’s theme is inspired by one of the most important articles of the European Convention of Human Rights – article 10 (*). Without a free media and plurality of opinion, democratic societies can no longer exist. Yet contemporary media are under threat from violence against journalists, attempts at government control, concentration of ownership of media outlets, dwindling standards in press freedom and the surge of the internet as a source of instant news.DescriptionThis year’s theme is MEDIA FREEDOM and the competition started on 1st March, with a deadline of 31 May.Four categories are open to contestants between the ages of 18 and 30: photography, video, radio and print journalism.AwardWinners will be invited to Strasbourg to receive their cash prize of €1000 at a ceremony during the June 2010 session of the Parliamentary Assembly.How to ApplyTo upload your entry, visit Youth Media official website.The Official Website Hi How can people apply? Fourth Human Rights Youth Challenge on April 1, 2011 at 1:38 pm
recep-bg/iStock(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) — A principal was removed from his post at a Florida high school on Monday after he told a parent that he considered the Holocaust to be a belief and not a fact.Officials with the School District of Palm Beach County said William Latson, formally principal of Spanish River High School in West Palm Beach, Florida, had been reassigned “out of an abundance of concern” for students and staff. School district officials did not disclose the entire email exchanged, but they said Latson, who served as the school’s principal since 2011, “made a grave error in judgment” when he responded to an email last year from a parent who reportedly wanted to make sure that Holocaust education was a priority at Spanish River.“Mr. Latson made a grave error in judgment in the verbiage he wrote in an email stating, ‘I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee,’” the district said in a statement Monday. “In addition to being offensive, the principal’s statement is not supported by either the School District Administration or the School Board.”It said Latson would be reassigned to a district position, effective immediately.The district’s decision followed a year-long investigation that it said began when the emails were first brought to the office’s attention.Officials said they previously instructed him to expand the Holocaust curriculum at Spanish River and ordered him to spend “several days at the United States Holocaust Museum to increase his personal knowledge.”“Despite these efforts, his leadership has become a major distraction for the school community,” the statement said. “It is, therefore, in the best interest of students and the larger school community to reassign Mr. Latson to a District position.”An online petition calling for Latson’s removal had accumulated more than 6,000 signatures as of Monday morning, according to The Palm Beach Post, which received a copy of the email exchange though a public records request. The school has a large Jewish population.“Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened,” he said in one of the emails, according to The Palm Beach Post. “And you have your thoughts, but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs.”Latson told the outlet last week that he regretted his comments and said they “did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.” Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
NASCAR officials on Wednesday cleared Jimmie Johnson to return to competition this weekend at Kentucky Speedway.The seven-time Cup Series champion self-reported a positive COVID-19 test last Friday, forcing him out of the circuit’s most recent race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He is set to return to the driver’s seat of the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 Chevrolet in Sunday’s Quaker State 400 (2:30 p.m. ET, FS1, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) in the Bluegrass State.“My family is so grateful for the incredible love and support we’ve received over the last several days,” Johnson said in a team release. “I especially want to thank Justin Allgaier for stepping in for me at Indy and being a true pro. I’m excited about getting back to business with my team this weekend.”RELATED: Every Jimmie Johnson victoryJohnson, 44, met the criteria established by NASCAR officials since the sport returned to action in May after the coronavirus outbreak. The requirements include two negative COVID-19 tests at least 24 hours apart, an absence of symptoms, and medical clearance from a physician.According to Hendrick Motorsports, Johnson tested negative twice this week – on Monday and Tuesday – and was cleared by his physician Tuesday evening in accordance with NASCAR guidelines. The driver never experienced symptoms.Following Johnson’s diagnosis, four Hendrick Motorsports crew members were tested for COVID-19 with all four receiving negative results, according to a team release. The No. 48 team will have its regular personnel roster for Sunday’s event at KentuckyJohnson became the first NASCAR driver to reveal a positive coronavirus test. A member of Hendrick Motorsports’ road crew who had been in closer contact with Johnson was also self-quarantined after Johnson’s positive test.Allgaier, an Xfinity Series regular for JR Motorsports, finished 37th Sunday at Indianapolis in an interim role in the No. 48 Chevy. His fill-in role ended after just 17 laps after he was snared by a multi-car tangle on pit road during the first round of stops.The driver change ended Johnson’s streak of consecutive Cup Series starts at 663, a span that stretched back to his rookie season in 2002.PHOTOS: Jimmie Johnson through the years
Related The Executive Board of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) has decided to award the island of Ibiza, Spain, as the host of the 2022 World Triathlon Multisport Championships. The Mediterranean island, which hosted the European version of the championships in 2018, will welcome triathletes from all over the world for 10 days of racing.“The Multisport World Championships has been incredibly successful in the last few years since we launched this product, and we have seen not only a great interest from cities to bid to host this event, but also from athletes willing to compete,” said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado.“And we are extremely proud of Ibiza willing to host this event, as a clear proof of the legacy of our events, returning to the island only a few years after hosting the European event.”The World Championships will see duathlon, long distance triathlon, aquathon and cross triathlon championship races organized together during a week-long festival. This allows for athletes to compete in various multisport races, as opposed to electing only one each season. And participants can even vie for the ‘Multisport Legend’, a title reserved for those who compete in all four events.Ibiza was elected after presenting its bid to the members of the ITU Executive Board, who had the opportunity to compare the proposal from the Spanish island and from the city of Pesaro, in Italy, which was ‘encouraged to continue bidding in future editions’.The World Triathlon Multisport Championships made its debut in the ITU calendar in 2017 in Penticton (Canada). This was followed by Fyn (Denmark) in 2018 and Pontevedra (Spain) in 2019. Next year the event will travel to the city of Almere (Netherlands), to be followed by Townsville (Australia) in 2021.www.triathlon.org
New York— You didn’t think Daniel Cormier was going to slug it out with Derrick Lewis, did you?The “Double Champ” retained his heavyweight title and made it look easy, trapping “The Black Beast” in a rear-naked choke to which Lewis tapped out to at the 2:14 mark of the second round before 17,011 fans at Madison Square Garden. With the win, Cormier (22-1) became the first in UFC history to carry two titles (heavyweight and light heavyweight) simultaneously and defend both. – Isreal Adesanya faces the biggest obstacle in his pursuit of UFC gold. – Is Daniel Cormier the champion the UFC needs? – Chris Weidman tells SN that he’s ready to reclaim the middleweight belt. MORE: Fighters and celebrities react to Daniel Cormier’s submission of Derrick Lewis to retain heavyweight titleSo, this is what DC meant when he said, “If you have a puncher’s chance to beat Daniel Cormier, then you have no chance,” leading up to the fight.”I’ve been doing this for nine years and have fought at a championship level for eight, so nothing is a surprise to me,” Cormier told Joe Rogan after his victory. “Derrick is good, but he’s just not that level yet.”Afterward, he also had some choice words for Brock Lesnar, the newly-crowned WWE champion.”Brock Lesnar, bring that WWE belt over here when you come,” Cormier said. “I feel like taking that one too. Let’s go, Brock!”DC took Lewis down several times in the bout, grinding his bigger opponent out on the ground, before making him submit to the RNC. And he made it look easy. What Lewis brought to the Octagon as far as dynamic punching power, Cormier instantly negated with a cerebral assassin’s savvy approach. Within the opening minute, it was clear that Lewis didn’t stand a chance and was completely outclassed.Here’s how the Cormier-Lewis main event and entire UFC 230 card unfolded.(All times Eastern.)UFC 230 resultsMain CardMain Event: Heavyweight title fight: Daniel Cormier def. Derrick Lewis via second-round submission (rear-naked choke)Round 2: DC opens the round with a willingness to stand in the pocket, even weathering a couple of fist flurries from Lewis. But that didn’t last long, as Cormier got Lewis back down on the ground, with a headlock, grinding out the bigger opponent. That paved the way for DC to eventually trap Lewis in a rear-naked choke to which “The Black Beast” tapped out. Just like that, Cormier retains his heavyweight strap … and made it look easy.Round 1: Derrick Lewis surprisingly started this fight with a couple of high kicks, before Cormier charged and mauled him against the cage, taking Lewis down to the ground at the four-minute mark. After a minute of DC mounting Lewis, the crowd is booing here at the Garden. Lewis gave them something to cheer about, managing to get back up to his feet, but the “Double Champ” took him back down to the ground efficiently. Did anyone expect anything different? Seriously. Cormier is as cerebral as it gets. This is what he meant when he said a puncher’s chance doesn’t stand a chance to beat him. He spent the first round thoroughly grinding Lewis out. 10-9 Cormier12:13 p.m.: The “Double Champ” Daniel Cormier coming out to the sounds of Lil Wayne’s “Right Above It.”12:10 p.m.: Derrick Lewis did tell Sporting News on Thursday that he’ll be coming out to the blues for this fight and he made good on that. He told SN he’s rolling with the blues because he’s “tired of rap” at the moment. And here comes DC next.12:05 p.m.: A great night of action all leads up to Daniel Cormier putting his heavyweight title on the line against Derrick Lewis next!Co-Main Event: Ronaldo Souza flattens Chris Weidman via third-round TKOMORE: Twitter reacts to Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza’s thrilling KO of Chris WeidmanRound 3: An all-out slugfest just ended in shocking fashion, with Souza dropping Weidman with a vicious right hand. “Jacare” seemed momentarily miffed, looking over to the ref, as a fallen Weidman held onto his legs. But Souza quickly snapped out of it, pounding Weidman out, until the ref stopped the fight. Souza silenced the crowd, but then gained applause, declaring Weidman a “legend” to the sport.Round 2: Some blood on Souza’s nose. Weidman’s left hand seems to be an available option all night. But a game Souza roared back under the four-minute mark, rocking Weidman with a solid left of his own. Weidman ate the punch admirably and returned fire before Souza once again began started nailing Weidman and controlling the round. The defense of each fighter leaves a lot to be desired, but the offense is there. Just under the one-minute mark, Souza attempted a high kick and missed, with Weidman mauling him up against the cage, before taking him down to the ground. Yet, Souza wrestled his way up to his feet, where both men seemingly prefer that this fight stays. Exciting second round — one we’re giving to Souza by the slightest. 19-19Round 1: U-S-A, U-S-A chants to calls of “Let’s go Weidman” are alternating to start this bout. Both Weidman and Souza looked tentative, feeling each other out for the first couple of minutes of the first round, before Weidman seemingly stunned Souza with a pair of one-two combinations in the middle of the Octagon. Weidman spent a majority of the round’s final three minutes walking Souza down and tagging him with clean punches. But “The All American” will need to watch out for Souza’s leg kicks in the second round. 10-9 Weidman11:35 p.m.: Here comes “The All-American” draped in the American flag. Who do you like to take this fight?11:31 p.m.: The crowd is geeked over the Chris Weidman-Ronaldo Souza co-main event, which is next. Of course, they’re about to erupt for Weidman, a Long Island native.Jared Cannonier def. David Branch by second-round TKO (punches)11:22 p.m.: Cannonier just dropped Branch with a devastating right hand, before pounding him out, forcing the ref to stop the action. Things escalated real fast from there. Spectacular middleweight debut … and on short notice for Cannonier. After his victory, Cannonier definitely won over the Garden crowd by telling them how thrilling it was to eat New York City pizza this week. That knockdown and finish came out of nowhere. Cannonier finishes Branch in round 2! What a statement for @KillaGorillaMMA ! #UFC230 pic.twitter.com/c0i0p2cz0w— UFC (@ufc) November 4, 2018 11:20 p.m.: It looks like Branch exerted a whole lot of energy grinding Cannonier down on the mat. Let’s see if that factors into the second round at all.11:12 p.m.: Brooklyn native David Branch strolling out to Jay Z’s “Coming of Age.” Smooth. His bout against Jared Cannonier is seconds away.Karl Roberson dominates Jack Marshman via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-27)11:00 p.m.: Roberson told Joe Rogan that he re-aggravated an old wrestling knee injury during the fight, but had to adapt. Well, he adapted quite well.10:56 p.m.: Roberson started the third round like he ended the second — landing solid, timed punches seemingly at will and scoring another big takedown, adding to his ground-and-pound game until the bout came to an end. SN has him as a 30-25 winner.10:49 p.m.: Karl Roberson has been catching Jack Marshman with some stiff shots through two rounds. And around the 2:10 mark of the second round, he slammed Marshman to the mat with a pulverizing takedown, sending a jolt of electricity through the Garden crowd. We’ve got him up 20-17 in full control here.Israel Adesanya destroys Derek Brunson via first-round TKO (punches)MORE: Twitter reacts to Israel Adesanya’s vicious first-round knockout of Derek Brunson10:24 p.m.: An absolutely scintillating first-round TKO for Israel Adesanya. Wow! “The Style Bender” caught a charging Brunson with a perfectly-timed high knee and followed it up with a kick and solid right hand, which dropped Brunson. A couple of punches later and it was a wrap, as the ref stepped in to stop the action. Afterward, Adesanya broke out into a dance and called it a “walk in the park…no…a walk in the Garden” in reference to fighting at Madison Square Garden. This kid is a star! UFC 230 is a middlweight-heavy card, so, perhaps Adesanya’s next opponent will be one of the others competing. ADESANYA!! @Stylebender finishes Brunson in round 1! #UFC230 pic.twitter.com/WGu676jNr6— UFC (@ufc) November 4, 2018 10:20 p.m.: Break in the action, referee speaking with Brunson and Adesanya responds by flipping his opponent the bird. The undefeated Adesanya is already a crowd favorite.10:13 p.m.: Israel Adesanya already wins Performance of the Night for coming out to Lil Duval’s “Smile (Livin My Best Life)” in our opinion. Derek Brunson out next.Prelims results10:04 p.m.: The Garden’s bright lights are on and the main card is about to begin!9:59 p.m.: Your full prelim results:Jordan Rinaldi def. Jason Knight via unanimous decision; Featherweight Sijara Eubanks def. Roxanne Modafferi by unanimous decision; Women’s Flyweight Sheymon Moraes def. Julio Arce via split decision; Featherweight Lyman Good def. Ben Saunders by first-round KO (punches); Welterweight Matt Frevola and Lando Vannata fought to a draw; Lightweight Shane Burgos def. Kurt Holobaugh via first-round submission (armbar); Featherweight Brian Kelleher and Montel Jackson was canceled; Bantamweight Marcos Rogério de Lima def. Adam Wieczorek via unanimous decision; Heavyweight 9:57 p.m.: Jordan Rinaldi’s first thoughts after defeating Jason Knight by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-25, 30-26)? “I get to meet Joe Rogan!” He earned it largely on the ground, where he completely outclassed Knight en route to the win.9:47 p.m.: The crowd erupted here in the waning seconds of the second round, when Jordan Rinaldi had Jason Knight caught in a rear-naked chokehold and Knight responded with the Dikembe Mutombo finger wag. That’s cool and all, but Rinaldi has been getting the better of Knight this fight, so Knight better make moves in this third round.9:26 p.m.: Sijara Eubanks def. Roxanne Modafferi via unanimous decision (30-27 on all three judges’ cards). “SarJ” was in control all the way through this one, hurting Modafferi with a head kick at one point. If Joe Rogan didn’t know of Eubanks before, he definitely knows her now, as he just conducted the post-fight interview. Eubanks definitely relishes in playing the role of the villain, soaking in the boos and even telling the crowd to “shut up.” During her post-fight press conference, Eubanks said: “I’m the one who deserves to fight the winner of Valentina [Shevchenko] and Joanna [Jedrzejczyk]. Make no mistake, I will be there on championship weight. I’m a grinder and I’m just going to keep grinding and beating my opponents until there is a gold belt strapped around my waist.” Jason Knight vs. Jordan Rinaldi in featherweight action is next.9:11 p.m.: Eubanks and Roxanne Modafferi spent the roughly the first minute trading shots, before “SarJ” was able to mount her opponent for the duration of the first round, sneaking in some ground-and-pound shots. Let’s see how much damage they did.9:02 p.m.: Sijara Eubanks coming out to Cardi B’s “Money,” but even that pounding the loud speakers can’t drown out the boos she’s getting. “SarJ” did fail to make weight during Friday’s weigh-in.8:51 p.m.: Prelims still taking place here at Madison Square Garden. Sheymon Moraes just scored a split-decision victory (29-28, 29-28, 30-26) over Julio Arce, leaving Arce a bloody mess in the process. Sporting News will have live coverage of UFC 230 as we inch closer to the first bout of the main card at 10:00 p.m.UFC 230 fight card resultsMain cardDaniel Cormier (c) vs. Derrick Lewis for Cormier’s Heavyweight titleRonaldo Souza def Chris Weidman by third-round TKO; Middleweight Jared Cannonier def. David Branch via second-round TKO (punches); Middleweight Karl Roberson def. Jack Marshman by unanimous decision; Middleweight Israel Adesanya def. Derek Brunson via first-round TKO (punches); Middleweight Preliminary cardJordan Rinaldi def. Jason Knight via unanimous decision; Featherweight Sijara Eubanks def. Roxanne Modafferi by unanimous decision; Women’s Flyweight Sheymon Moraes def. Julio Arce via split decision; Featherweight Lyman Good def. Ben Saunders by first-round KO (punches); Welterweight Matt Frevola and Lando Vannata fought to a draw; Lightweight Shane Burgos def. Kurt Holobaugh via first-round submission (armbar); Featherweight Brian Kelleher and Montel Jackson was canceled; Bantamweight Marcos Rogério de Lima def. Adam Wieczorek via unanimous decision; Heavyweight UFC 230 latest news – Our MMA team breaks down the key fights at UFC 230 .- Sijara Eubanks not too concerned about missing weight ahead of Roxanne Modafferi tilt.- Derrick Lewis explains to SN how life’s struggles led him to the point of challenging for the heavyweight title.- SN discusses why Eubanks is the fighter to watch out for at UFC 230.