Zwift announced as Official Training Partner of L’Etape du Tour

first_img“Is there an amateur cycling event quite as renowned as L’Etape du Tour?” said Eric Min, Zwift CEO and Co-Founder. “The chance to experience one of the most beautiful, and challenging stages, of the Tour de France is why this has always been such a popular event and why it’s such an incredible occasion for any cyclist.“It’s a real challenge, but this is what makes it such a fantastic event to complete. We, at Zwift, are really excited to be able to support entrants in their training. Zwift is a fantastically convenient way to train, making it possible to ride more often than ever before. We want to deliver entrants to that start line in the best shape, so they can enjoy the experience as much as possible. I hope to catch some of you in the Group Workouts!” Yann Le Moenner, CEO of A.S.O added, “We are really excited to further broaden the reach of L’Etape du Tour with Zwift.“Zwift is a great way to train and helps bring together cyclists from all over the world. For those who cannot travel to L’Etape du Tour, the Zwift L’Etape du Tour rides will be a great way to experience the challenge of L’Etape du Tour from the comfort of your home.”The Zwift L’Etape du Tour training programs will commence later this year.Zwift is offered as non-contract, monthly subscription priced at US$14.99 / £12.99 / €14.99 per month. A seven-day free unlimited trial is automatically offered to all new account Relatedcenter_img Zwift and A.S.O.’s L’Etape du Tour have today announced a partnership that will see Zwift become the Official Training Partner of L’Etape du Tour.For its 29th edition, next year on 21st July, L’Étape du Tour 2019 will be enjoying a foretaste of the route between Albertville and Val Thorens that will comprise the 20th stage on the Tour de France.The latets partnership will see Zwift deliver the official training plans for L’Etape du Tour 2019. The training plans will be developed by Zwift’s renowned coach Kevin Poulton, coach to Paris-Roubaix winner, Matthew Hayman.Bringing the training program to life will be the L’Etape du Tour Training Club, open to the first 30,000 members who enrol. Following a similar model to that used for Zwift’s Academy Program, the aim will be to create a training community of Zwifters who share the same goals, further aiding motivation to train.Those enrolled in the L’Etape du Tour Training Club will be able to track their progress and unlock unique in-game items as they advance helping keep motivation high, and ensuring they reach July in peak form.In addition to the structured workout plan, Zwift will also be hosting a series of Group Workouts. Group Workouts are unique to Zwift and enable participants to perform a structured workout session together in a group. All participants are kept together in a peloton by the game. Zwift notes that ‘No matter whether you have an FTP of 400 watts, or 200 watts, you’ll always have company… Studies have shown training in groups to be far more motivating than training alone.’Outside of the training plans, Zwift will also be hosting exclusive L’Etape du Tour rides in game. Ahead of L’Etape du Tour 2019, there will be select Zwift Ride to Win events with starting bibs for L’Etape up for grabs. During the summer, longer Zwift L’Etape du Tour rides will provide a challenge for those cyclists unable to attend the real-life event in July.last_img read more

LNG Limited to add third LNG project in North America

first_imgLiquefied Natural Gas Limited of Australia is eyeing a third liquefaction project in North America.  LNG Limited’s Managing Director Maurice Brand said the company is looking to “unlock further value” but not until it delivers further milestones with the Magnolia LNG project, one of which is the FERC DEIS that the company expects to receive by the end of the year.The company is looking to “execute the legally binding lump sum turn-key EPC contract with SK E&C following completion of FEED, as well as executing legally binding tolling agreements for the supply of 4 mtpa of LNG,” stands in the shareholders report.There are general milestones the company wants to achieve and Brand broke these into three sections, one of which is a corporate office in Houston which is close to completion. It already reached one of the goals with the appointment of Paul J. Cavicchi as a non-executive director of the company.To add to that appointment, “LNG Limited also wants to add couple of additional management officials to help the company develop North American opportunities,” said Brand in a shareholders presentation.As a third target, the company intends to unlock further shareholder value. LNG World News Staff, September 24, 2014; Image: LNG Limitedlast_img read more

Farmington Schools health occupations win big at conference

first_imgStudents from Farmington Public Schools’ three comprehensive high schools, three middle schools, and one STEAM school competed at the HOSA-Future Health Professionals Region 8 Leadership Conference, held November 30, 2018, at Novi High School.More than 1,100 students from South Oakland County competed in more than 50 events and the winners will represent Farmington Public Schools at the State Leadership Conference in March 2019.HOSA Future Health Professionals, an international student organization, promotes career opportunities in the healthcare industry and enhances the delivery of quality healthcare.Three Farmington Public Schools’ Career and Technical (CTE) instructors, Janet Cadeau (Farmington High School/Middle School division), Amy Donato (North Farmington High School), and Jennifer Yarger (Harrison High School), assisted the following students with their achievements at the HOSA Regional Leadership Conference.North Farmington High SchoolSriram Bettagere, Nishka Khimasia, Ilakiya Rajaguru, & Adithya Vijayan – Biomedical Debate – 1st PlaceApoorva Bommanaveni & Anu Selva – Existing Medical Innovation – 1st PlaceCamryn Nelson – Medical Assisting – 1st PlaceNilay Mistry – Prepared Speaking – 2nd PlaceSrihari Srinivasan – Medical Terminology – 2nd PlaceRebecca Weisberg & Kate Wernicke – CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) – 2nd PlaceGriffin Davis, Patrick Nader, Jacob Michel & Benjamin McColl – Community Awareness – 3rd PlaceSonia Desai & Akansha Pandey – CPR/First Aid – 3rd PlaceJuliana Rabban – Extemporaneous Health Poster – 3rd PlaceKat Vicini, Cat Wong, & Satvik Suneja – Creative Problem Solving – 3rd PlaceRishabh Budhraja – Transcultural Health Care Test – Top TenClaudia Cerezo, Kristina Dawood, Allie Lumberg, & Serena Senawi – Community Awareness – Top TenCole Dawkins – Clinical Specialty – Top TenJessica Furtado – Medical Terminology – Top TenHannah Hulett – Pharmacology Test – Top TenAlexandra Howard & Sarah Zalubas – Forensic Science – Top TenOulabi, Kareem – Dental Terminology – Top TenJasmine Kuhnhenn – Epidemiology – Top TenSanjana Kumar – Dental Terminology – Top TenJordan, Manela – Medical Law & Ethics – Top TenMariya Matsko – Clinical Nursing – Top TenDanielle Morgott & Ariella Stein – Community Awareness – Top TenJuliette Quenioux & Vaishnavi Vemuri – Forensic Science – Top TenSophia Ramold – Medical Reading – Top TenMolly Rose & Amber Wei – Health Career Display – Top TenHarrison High SchoolSephora Dafinescu – Human Growth & Development Test – 1st PlaceDiya Dani – Prepared Speaking – 1st PlaceKatarina Jevtic – Epidemiology – 1st PlaceAwab Tanoli – Pharmacology Knowledge Test – 1st PlaceUsman Ali – Biomedical Debate Team – 2nd PlaceZoe Dawson – Nurse Assisting – 2nd PlaceCameron Duplessis – Biomedical Debate Team – 2nd PlaceSahej Kohli – HOSA Bowl Team – 2nd PlaceRaiyaan Movania – Biomedical Debate Team – 2nd PlaceManasvini Nannapuraju – HOSA Bowl Team – 2nd PlaceNiharika Narra – Medical Reading – 2nd PlaceJoseph Nordan – Medical Law & Ethics Knowledge Test – 2nd PlaceShiv Seshan – HOSA Bowl Team – 2nd PlaceUma Sriram – Human Growth & Development Knowledge Test – 2nd PlaceElizabeth Fisher – Dental Terminology – 3rd PlaceMeghana Karumuri – Nutrition Knowledge Test – 3rd PlaceHafsa Sultana – Medical Spelling – 3rd PlaceLaiba Bhatti – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenTeodora Cazacu – Behavioral Health Knowledge Test – Top TenAnum Fatima – Physical Therapy – Top TenJade Forest – Health Career Photography – Top TenPrerana Gunda – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenHuda Hussaini – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenRahimah Iman – Researched Persuasive Speaking and Writing – Top TenAlexis Juncaj – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenHussain Kapasi – Pathophysiology Knowledge Test – Top TenAmna Khan – Pharmacology Knowledge Test – Top TenAasiyah Khan – Transcultural Healthcare Knowledge Test – Top TenBrizesh Maddipati – Transcultural Healthcare Knowledge Test – Top TenMohammed Malik – Sports Medicine – Top TenSelena Mangat – Behavioral Health Knowledge Test – Top TenTejas Maire – Forensic Medicine Team – Top TenAndrew Pan – Forensic Medicine Team – Top TenPavan Purusothaman – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenAnagha Shah – Transcultural Healthcare Knowledge Test – Top TenSanjiv Seshan – Pharmacology Knowledge Test – Top TenMuhammad T. Siddiqui – Dental Science – Top TenHammad Tanoli – Epidemiology – Top TenAmulya Velaga – Public Service Announcement Team – Top TenEvyn Wiedyk – Pathophysiology Knowledge Test – Top TenFarmington High SchoolChristina Arshansky, Insiyah Shakir & Olivia Valli – Community Awareness Team – 1st PlaceAjay Kumar – Pathophysiology – 1st PlaceNiranjana Magesh & Akhila Mullapudi – Medical Innovation Original Team – 1st PlaceHemil Shah – Biomedical Lab Science – 1st PlaceSamah Ashraf, Apoorva Dayananda, Nami Patel, Prutha Raghava & Easheta Shah – Public Health Team – 2nd PlaceTanisha Deshmukh, Jenna Salhab & Dhakshniy Sivakumaran – Community Awareness Team – 2nd PlaceKatie McCown – Pharmacology Science – 2nd PlaceAbhinav Patelu – Pharmacology Knowledge Test – 2nd PlacePaul Aren – Pharmacology Knowledge Test – 3rd PlaceAbbey Carvey – Clinical Specialty – 3rd PlaceRachel Hendrian & Simran Sompore – Community Emergency Response Team – 3rd PlaceAdithi Voleti – Medical Terminology Test – 3rd PlaceRana Aabed & Julia Tatone – Health Career Display – Top TenFatema Ali – Health Career Photography – Top TenRahul Anche, Anish Gaddam & Satyak Khare – Biomedical Debate Team – Top TenShreya Aravabhumi & Shrika Gubbala, Dhara Patel – Public Service Announcement – Top TenNyil Ashraf, Teodor Pitu, Om Sonawane & Eric Winston – Creative Problem Solving – Top TenRithik Babu & Parth Nakirikanti – Community Emergency Response Team – Top TenPooja Balani – Medical Law & Ethics Knowledge Test – Top TenCiara Braska, Delanie Butler, Paige Meier & Evie Penner – Public Service Announcement – Top TenVishal Chava – Medical Reading – Top TenJacob Hume, Melvin Joseph, Yuan Wu Lu & Lohith Pula – Medical Innovation Original – Top TenGautham Jayaraj, Jay Koduri & Sanjit Manda – Public Service Announcement – Top TenSivani Kasula – Veterinary Science – Top TenPritham Kura – Nutrition Knowledge Test – Top TenNolan Mohr & Rohan Putumbaka, Sanjam Singh, Saiprashant Vaka – Medical Innovation Original – Top TenSahana Nandigama & Shreya Kankanalapalli (NFHS) – Health Education – Top TenMaria Pitu – Human Growth & Development Knowledge Test – Top TenShreya Salwi & Radhika Sriram – Forensic Science – Top TenRachel Scott – Health Career Photography – Top TenAnika Shah – Prepared Speaking – Top TenKriti Shirodkar – Medical Law & Ethics Knowledge Test – Top TenPraneet Voleti – Medical Math – Top TenMiddle SchoolVeer Agarwal – Medical Terminology – 1st PlaceTanishka Bhadri – Extemporaneous Health Poster – 1st PlaceYatin Bichala – Nutrition Knowledge Test – 1st PlaceVivek Chava – Health Career Exploration Knowledge Test – 1st PlaceSanjana Datla – Prepared Speaking TOPIC-Define Your Purpose – 1st PlaceLayla Edwards – Healthy Lifestyle – 1st PlaceJonathan Manela – Medical Reading – 1st PlaceNidhi Mistry & Aashnaa Singh – Health Career Display – 1st Place Abigail Dafinescu – Nutrition Knowledge Test – 2nd PlaceMariah Johnson – Health Career Exploration Knowledge Test – 2nd Place Mehar Khanna – Medical Reading – 2nd PlacePreya Patel & Prachi Tilwankar – Health Career Display – 2nd PlaceLena Rose – Medical Terminology – 2nd PlaceJayna Shah – Prepared Speaking Topic: Define Your Purpose – 2nd PlaceNikki Bakhmutsky & Katie Rose – Health Career Display – 3rd PlaceAnoria Franchi – Nutrition Knowledge Test – 3rd PlaceEdimari King – Prepared Speaking Topic: Define Your Purpose – 3rd PlaceSurya Pugazhendhi – Medical Terminology – 3rd PlaceTejaswini Sivalokanathan – Medical Reading – 3rd PlaceNethrasri Anburaj – Medical TerminologyAdvay Das – Medical TerminologyElla Hanson & Preeti Sonawane – Health Career DisplayEddie King – Medical TerminologyOlivia Lupas – Medical ReadingSamarth Punjala – Medical TerminologyAmatullah Poonawala – Medical TerminologySamarth Punjala – Medical TerminologyShobhna Sahoo & Ria Velvadapu – Health Career DisplayArya Sajan – Medical ReadingDaniel Saleem – Nutrition Knowledge TestTeja Vijayakumar – Nutrition Knowledge TestPeter Willner – Medical ReadingJaiden Wynn – Medical ReadingLearn more about HOSA at–Press release Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Yelton announces 2012-13 schedule

first_img Share Yelton announces 2012-13 schedule Senior Hanna Vette looks to finish her career on a high note this season for UWF (Photo by Bill Stockland) center_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – Stephanie Lawrence Yelton will begin her tutelage as the head coach of the University of West Florida women’s basketball team with a trio of tournaments to begin the 2012-13 season. The Argonauts will play host to two tournaments including the Tip Off Classic on Nov.9-10 and the Thanksgiving Classic on Nov. 23-24. The Tip-Off Classic includes Barry, Georgia Southwestern, and Southern Indiana.The Thanksgiving Classic will include Gulf South Conference member West Alabama, Flagler and former conference foe Lincoln Memorial. In between the two home tournaments the Argos will head to North Georgia to compete in the North Georgia Tournament on Nov. 16-17.UWF will play 30 regular-season games including 18 conference contests beginning Nov. 29 at North Alabama. The Argos will wrap up 2012 facing newly welcomed GSC member and last seasons’ NAIA National Final runner-up Union (Tenn.) University on Dec. 1 before facing MilesCollege on the road on Dec. 8 and at home on Dec. 17.  The Argonauts will open up 2013 by facing new GSC member Shorter University at home on Jan. 3. Next on the schedule for the Argos is Alabama-Huntsville at home on Jan. 5; UAH went 2-0 against the Argonauts last year. UWF will then hit the road to face West Alabama on Jan. 10 and West Georgia on Jan. 12. The Argos will look to get revenge against West Alabama, who knocked UWF out of the GSC Tournament in the quarterfinals last season.UWF will then head home for a five-game stint beginning with Valdosta State on Jan. 19. The Argos will hit the road and head to Shorter on Feb. 7 and then to UAH on Feb. 9. West Florida will make a quick return home to once again face West Alabama on Feb. 14 and West Georgia on Feb. 16. UWF will finish out the regular season on the road to face Valdosta State on Feb. 23, Delta State on Feb. 28 and Christian Brothers on Mar. 2. Following the completion ofthe regular season schedule, the Argonauts will take part in the GSC Tournament where they look to make up for 57-60 first-round loss to West Alabama last year. The Argonauts return several key pieces from last year’s campaign, including Hanna Vette who scored 12.8 points per game and led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.382) last year. Fellow junior Kelseigh Hughes added a team-high 79 assists last season and will help Vette carry the workload.The 2012-13 will also be the first year for Yelton’s new assistant coach John Motherwell. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com2012-13 UWF Women’s Basketball Schedule#ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Třinec has reduced the budget by 20 percent, he goes to…

first_imgPhoto: Petr Rubal, hcocelari.czToday, the steelmakers presented their visions and plans for the upcoming year of the Tipsport extra league, which they have been playing continuously since the 1995/96 season, on the terrace of the Radegastovna Pod padákem in Třinec. The hockey players of Třinec played at the top again last season, and they may be very sorry that the effort to win the championship title was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. This will probably affect the new year as well. “Optimism prevails on our part, although epidemiologists warn us that the most difficult period is yet to come. But I hope that life will return to some normal, “says club president Ján Moder.Photo: Petr Rubal, hcocelari.czThey also went under Javor with their salaries. “We set the austerity regime a long time ago, it was at the time when we started the steel road project. Sports manager Jan Peterek aims to make the season for as little money as possible and give the spectators as much music as possible. The economic situation is not easy, but I believe that our situation will continue to be stable, “he reveals to the club website Moder.“Compared to last season, we have a twenty percent lower budget for the AC. Player conditions have gone down, lots of clubs will save on the budget. On the other hand, it is difficult to estimate income. Nobody knows what awaits us. There are a lot of questions that will decide on the economic result of this year, “adds Jan Peterek, Sports Director of Steelworks, to the financial side.Under the current measures, the capacity of the Werk Arena is 3,200 spectators, but Peterek hopes that more fans could get to hockey in Třinec in time. “I believe we will soon turn white at the traffic light. And that the restrictions will soon not apply to the whole republic, but will be divided on the basis of specific regions. I firmly hope that we will see a full stadium as soon as possible. ”The team is changing for a generation, fans will no longer see a few experienced fighters. Jiří Polanský and Lukáš Krajíček ended their careers, Martin Adamský moved to Havířov and Vladimír Roth said goodbye. “They are players that we and people will miss. I believe that we have excellent players here not only in hockey, but also in character. It’s beautiful when little boys find new patterns. ”“We want to play offensive hockey that people will love to go to.”“Together with Honza Peterek, we were looking for a player we could rely on in the future. I believe that we will play for the highest places. Our players are ready for it and will go to extra-league fights with gusto. Hockey is a collective sport and we rely on it. It was with a collective approach that we won the championship title a year and a half ago, “recalls head coach Václav Varaďa.His team, strengthened by Filip Zadin, Lukáš Jašek and Josef Kořenář, already showed its qualities in the Generali Česká Cup, which it dominated. “I am glad that we were able to complete the entire training without the virus and quarantine. The players played a very high quality match, which took us to the top of the podium. We were pleased to play handsome hockey. I believe that we will follow up on the matches in the league. ”Photo: Tomáš Čekal“For the first time, our training had a charge, and I watched it in parallel with the Stanley Cup broadcasts in Toronto and Edmonton. I quite liked the game performance of the teams in the extra league. It’s such a small Stanley Cup. It was a mini play off, which we won again, “looks forward to the vice-president of the Třinec club, Jan Czudek. “We want to play offensive hockey, which people will like to go to,” he adds.The steelworkers are going to the new year again with three variants of jerseys, but also a new captain. He became an experienced striker Petr Vrána, currently the team’s oldest player. “I appreciate the boys’ choices. We work together in a team, there is a good group of people. Céčko is just a letter on the jersey, we have one team in the locker room and we have more leaders. I believe that we will continue to provide quality performances, “he wishes.Current list of HC Oceláři TřinecGoalkeepers:Jakub Štěpánek, Josef Kořenář, Nick Malík, Tomáš Suchánek.Defenders:Marian Adamek, Milan Doudera, Guntis Galvins, Martin Gernat, Filip Haman, Ondrej Hrachovsky, Patrik Husak, Jan Jaromersky, Tomas Kundratek, David Musil, Jan Zahradnicek.Attackers:Vladimír Dravecký, Patrik Hrehorčák, Erik Hrňa, Aron Chmielewski, Lukáš Jašek, David Kofroň, Michal Kovařčík, Ondřej Kovařčík, Daniel Kurovský, Tomáš Marcinko, Adam Raška, Miloš Roman, Martin Růžička, Matěj Stránský, Radek Veselý, Petr Vrána, Filip Zadina .Changes in the staffArrivals:Jan Jaroměřský (Olomouc), Patrik Husák (Poruba), Daniel Kurovský (Vítkovice), Radek Veselý (Havířov), Nick Malík (Soo Greyhounds, OHL), Miloš Roman (Vancouver Giants, WHL), Filip Zadina (Detroit, NHL), Lukáš Jašek (Utica, AHL), Josef Kořenář (San Jose, AHL), Adam Raška (Rimouski, QMJHL).Excrement:Jan Hladonik (Karlovy Vary), Petr Kváča (Liberec), Vladimír Roth (unknown), Roman Szturc (Havířov), Lukáš Krajíček (end of career), Štěpán Novotný (career interruption), Jakub Matyáš (Prostějov), Martin Adamský (Havířov) , Jiří Polanský (end of career).Results of preparatory matchesTrinec 7:2 PřerovVítkovice 3:4 TrinecTrinec 5:2 ZlínZlín 4:0 TrinecPřerov 3:2pp TrinecTrinec 6:2 VítkoviceHradec 1:7 TrinecTrinec 2:3 HradecComet 5:4pp TrinecTrinec 3:0 PardubicePardubice 3:3 TrinecPhoto: Karel Švec, Czech hockey Share on Facebook Share on Twitterlast_img read more