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20
Oct
2020

Canada waterworld

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17
Sep
2020

Women of Troy are disappointed with middle-of-the-pack finish

first_imgFor the USC Women’s Cross Country team, Saturday’s Stanford Invitational marked the most important meet of the season thus far. However, the Women of Troy did not quite perform up to the moment.USC finished 11th in a field of 22 in the 6K race, below the team’s and coach Tom Walsh’s expectations.Photo courtesy of USC Sports Information“Overall I don’t think it was our best effort,” Walsh admitted. “We just didn’t have a good day. We’re not racing up to the way we’re training.”The race took place in the middle of a scorching 90-degree day in Palo Alto, making personal-bests hard to come by. Walsh made no excuses, however.“It wasn’t just hot for [us],” Walsh said. “It was 90 degrees for everybody. We just need to do a better job in the middle of the race [by] being tougher mentally and we’ll be fine.”One of the positives that emerged from Saturday’s race was the return of junior Zsofia Erdelyi, who missed USC’s first two races with a foot injury. Erdelyi, who qualified for the NCAA Championships last season, picked up where she left off in 2008 by finishing 13th overall despite not racing at 100 percent.“She still wasn’t happy because she doesn’t like getting beat by runners who she knows she’s better than,” Walsh said of Erdelyi.The coach also said he was proud of the effort Erdelyi gave despite her injury problems.“Sometimes when runners aren’t in great shape, they don’t give 100 percent effort because they know they’re not going to have a great result,” Walsh said. “I was very happy that she didn’t give up.”Other than Erdelyi, however, the rest of the Women of Troy did not match up with the vastly improved competition present at the Stanford Invite. The No. 5 Stanford Cardinal scored a meet-best 24 points, followed by Cal (100 points) and Loyola Marymount (143). Seven other schools followed before USC, which finished with 332 points.“[The race] was definitely a test to see where we were at,” Walsh said. “We need to get more experienced. That experience sometimes kicks in during the middle of the season, but it would be great for us if it comes at the end, because that’s when we need it the most.”Rounding out the rest of USC’s top five runners were Mt. San Antonio transfer Christine Cortez, senior captain Bridget Helgerson, and fellow freshmen Kathleen Moloney and Kelly Owen. Walsh also found a silver lining in the performances of his first-year runners.“I think the freshman are making progress,” Walsh said. “They’re improving and getting better each week. They’ll definitely help us at the end of this season and certainly in future seasons.”Although the rest of USC’s performance was not outstanding, Walsh is not concerned with how the team races in September.“We’re not where we want to be yet, but our goal is to peak at the end of the season,” he said of his team. “As a coach, I’m trying to make sure they run their best races at Pac-10 [meets] and regional’s. We still have five or six weeks to go. We have work to do.”last_img read more

30
Aug
2020

Global interest in politics drives new 1xBet site layout

first_img Submit 1xBet has reacted to customer demand by moving a growing set of political betting markets to a different section of its B2C website. The new section of the website, said the company, was prioritised after users showed particular interest in the political betting markets on offer, while the layout has been “designed to be as informative and user-friendly as possible”. 1xBet explained that all of the political markets are sorted into categories – such as ‘worldwide’ or ‘regional’ – with most supported by the one-click bet feature. It now offers various bets types on political markets in countries where it operates and such bets are allowed, for example across Africa in Nigeria, Uganda and Cameroon. This extended list now includes:Election winner. Customers are invited to predict who will win a “presidential race” or become mayor in major European cities and capitals.Change in legislation. In this category, customers can predict whether an amendment will be made to the primary laws.Percentage of votes. Players can place bets on the number of votes to be gathered by a candidate.Party leader. 1xBet’s customers can predict which of the candidates will become the leader of their party.Geopolitics. Customers are invited to place bets on the development of international relations between countries.Other bets. Punters can find betting opportunities on various politicians’ personal lives, such as Donald Trump’s religion, or on the latest news with an indirect link to politics – for example, whether Area 51 will be opened to the public.“Over the course of its 12 years in the bookmaking business, 1xBet has been consistently expanding its sportsbook,” said the company. “We have reacted quickly to changes in global politics to offer a large selection of betting markets. “Unlike many sports bets, bets on politics tend to be quite long-term. Nonetheless, the vast quantity of information available about each event means that customers can place informed bets and make a profit.” StumbleUpon Share DOWNLOAD: BtoBet’s report on East Africa betting potential May 27, 2020 Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share Why leading esports titles should not be overlooked as substitutes to real sports April 15, 2020last_img read more

28
Aug
2020

Stevanovic impressed by Tagoe’s form

first_imgAn upturn in form has enhanced Prince Tagoe’s chances of leading Ghana’s attack in upcoming matches, according to Black Stars coach Goran Stevanovic.Tagoe, who joined Serbian league leaders Partizan Belgrade in January on loan from Bundesliga side Hoffenheim, was on target for his club in a 4-0 win at Hajduk Kula on Wednesday after netting a brace in last weekend’s 3-1 victory at Indjija.And the striker’s form has impressed Stevanovic ahead of Ghana’s African Nations Cup qualifying against Congo later this month.“Tagoe’s good form is a massive boost for us ahead of our African Nations Cup qualifier at Congo on March 25, especially because we will miss Asamoah Gyan through suspension,” former Partizan and Yugoslavia midfielder Stevanovic told Reuters.Ghana are top of Group I with four points from two matches, ahead of Sudan on goal difference. Congo are third one point adrift of the leaders while Swaziland are bottom with no points from two games.Stevanovic, however, insists Tagoe needs to continue working hard though he remains impressed with the early signs. “The first impression is usually the most important and Tagoe has left a tremendous first impression, having shown that he will be a real bonus for Partizan in their bid to win the domestic double,” Stevanovic said.“But he has to keep working hard because every player in the Ghana squad has to earn his spot in the starting line-up and that’s what I expect him to do.”Source: Ghanafa.orglast_img read more