Charles Leclerc finished in third position, his first podium in F1.Lewis Hamilton and Valterri Bottas have won the first two races of 2019 F1 season.Sebastian Vettel, five-time world champion, finished in fifth. Four-time champion Sebastian Vettel finished fifth in the second Ferrari, after a late spin had damaged his front wing during a duel with Hamilton, ahead of British rookie Lando Norris who scored his first points for McLaren in sixth. Kimi Raikkonen, 39, was seventh for Alfa Romeo ahead of Pierre Gasly of Red Bull, Thailand’s rookie Alex Albon of Toro Rosso, who also had his first points finish, and Mexican Sergio Perez of Racing Line. “That was extremely unfortunate for Charles, he drove a great race,” said Hamilton, on the team radio. “We’ve got work to do to keep these guys off our tails. It must be devastating for Charles.” It was Leclerc’s first podium finish in F1 and he also scored a point for fastest lap. Bottas stayed on top in the drivers championship, one point ahead of Hamilton. “That was extremely unfortunate for Charles, he drove a great race,” Hamilton said over the radio. highlights Sakhir: Defending world champion Lewis Hamilton took advantage of Ferrari new boy Charles Leclerc’s wretched misfortune on Sunday when he claimed a dramatic victory for Mercedes in the Bahrain Grand Prix. The five-time champion, who looked to be heading for second behind the 21-year-old Monegasque, gained the lead with 10 laps remaining when Formula One’s new star, who claimed a record-breaking pole position for Ferrari on Saturday, was hit by engine problems. As he slowed, Hamilton hunted him down to claim his first win of the season, his third at the Bahrain International Circuit and the 74th of his career ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who won the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Leclerc came home third as the race finished behind a Safety Car, following the spectacular late exit of both Renaults at Turn Two, ahead of Max Verstappen of Red Bull. “It happens,” said a calm Leclerc afterwards. “It’s part of motor sport. It’s a very hard one to take, but I am sure we will come back stronger.” For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Nash is a two-time MVP as the engineer of the high-scoring Phoenix Suns teams under Mike D’Antoni. He had been a player development consultant with Golden State, where he worked with Durant. The Nets finished the season under Jacque Vaughn, who will remain on staff as Nash’s lead assistant.The Nets reached the postseason despite having Irving for only 20 games and Durant for none, but the two stars who came to Brooklyn together last summer are expected to be ready for the 2020-21 season. That made the Nets vacancy an attractive position.In other NBA news:—The Charlotte Hornets have fired play-by-play radio broadcaster John Focke (FOH’-kee) after he used a racial slur on his Twitter account last month. The team announced on Twitter Thursday that Focke would not return due to “a violation of the organization’s social media policy.” The decision comes after the team investigated the matter in which Focke used the slur while Tweeting about the Jazz-Nuggets playoff game on Aug. 17. He has since deleted the tweet and apologized, saying it was a typo.NFL-NEWS Browns acquire safety Harrison from Jaguars for draft pickUNDATED (AP) — The Cleveland Browns have acquired safety Ronnie Harrison in a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cleveland gave up a fifth-round pick for Harrison. The loss of rookie safety Grant Delpit for the season with a torn Achilles tendon sent the Browns shopping for a safety and they landed Harrison, who is in his third season from Alabama. The 6-foot-3, 214-pound Harrison made 22 starts for Jacksonville, which selected him in the third round of the 2018 NFL draft. He’s played in 28 games and made 103 tackles along with three interceptions.In other NFL news:—The Seattle Seahawks are bringing back Josh Gordon on a one-year deal as the talented wide receiver awaits reinstatement from the NFL after his latest suspension. Gordon was suspended indefinitely by the NFL last December for violating the league’s drug policy. It was his eighth suspension either by the league or his team. Gordon applied for reinstatement by the NFL in June. —The Tennessee Titans have made a switch at kicker, agreeing to terms with veteran Stephen Gostkowski (gahst-KOW’-skee) and waiving Greg Joseph. Gostkowski is a four-time Pro Bowl kicker who won three Super Bowls in his 14 seasons with the New England Patriots. He has made 87% of his field goals with the fifth-best field goal percentage in NFL history. September 3, 2020 Update on the latest sports OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Athletics right-hander Daniel Mengden has tested positive for the coronavirus and is quarantined at home in Houston, where he received the result that forced Oakland and Major League Baseball to postpone four games this week. A’s general manager David Forst said Thursday that Mengden is asymptomatic and was placed on the 10-day injured list. The A’s don’t know how Mengden contracted the coronavirus. In other MLB news:—The New York Mets are paying tribute to Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver with a series of salutes. When the Mets took the field for their game at Citi Field against the Yankees, they all had a smudge of dirt on their right knee. That’s a nod to how Seaver’s uniform looked when he pitched, with his knee dropping low to the mound for more power. Seaver died Monday at age 75. His death was announced Wednesday. US-OPEN Greinke struck out a season-high nine in six innings, allowing three runs and six hits. The 36-year-old Greinke leads the majors with the most career starts among active pitchers with 455, passing teammate Justin Verlander’s 454.In other Thursday action:— First-time father Bryan Reynolds hit a three-run homer in his return from paternity leave to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates past the Chicago Cubs 6-2. Reynolds, who along with wife Blair welcomed son Reese on Monday, sent a drive off Alec Mills into the seats in right field in the third inning for his third home run of the season to help Pittsburgh snap a four-game losing streak. Reynolds also doubled leading off the second and celebrated by pretending to rock a baby to sleep.MLB-ATHLETICS-MENGDEN-VIRUSA’s righty Daniel Mengden tests positive for coronavirus The playoffs begin Sunday at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina without a safety net for the 16 participants during the pandemic. It’s up to each driver to protect themselves from COVID-19, understanding there is no cushion for missing a race. NASCAR at its discretion grants waivers during its regular season for illness, emergency or personal reasons. The waiver maintains playoff eligibility, if the driver qualifies, but no points are awarded while sidelined. Jimmie Johnson and Austin Dillon both missed one race during the season following a positive COVID-19 test and earned zero points. Dillon won a race — worth an automatic berth in the playoffs — but the seven-time champion Johnson went winless and missed the cut by six points. RACIAL INJUSTICE-NHLNHL, players unveil series of anti-racism initiativesEDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The NHL on Thursday unveiled a series of anti-racism initiatives more than eight months after Akim Aliu (ah-KEEM’ ah-LEE’-yoo) brought the topic to the forefront in the predominantly white sport. Stephens advancesNEW YORK (AP) — Sloane Stephens continued her path toward a second U.S. Open championship with a dominant 6-2, 6-2 win over Olga Govortsova. Stephens wore a “No Justice/No Peace” mask for her post-match interview.The 26th-seeded Stephens won at Flushing Meadows in 2017. She won two straight matches after entering the tournament with a 1-7 record in 2020 and she had lost in the first round in last year’s U.S. Open. She could face Serena Williams in the third round. Williams plays later in the night against Russian Margarita Gasparyan.In other action:—Matteo Berrettini produced a memorable shot at the U.S. Open — and a reminder that the rules of tennis don’t say the ball must go over the net. Around the net is just fine, too. At 5-all in the third set of his third-round victory, the 2019 semifinalist sprinted to his right, far wide of the doubles alley, to get to a ball that seemed completely out of reach and somehow laced a forehand that went between the net post and the chair umpire, curling in for a winner. The sixth-seeded Italian beat Ugo Humbert 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 (6). Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-SCHEDULE-RANGERS-ASTROSDíaz, Brantley 3 RBIs each, Astros beat Lynn, Rangers 8-4HOUSTON (AP) — Aledmys Díaz hit a three-run homer and Michael Brantley added three RBIs, leading Zack Greinke and the Houston Astros to an 8-4 win over the Texas Rangers on Thursday. ¬— All NFL and NFL Players Association facilities will close on Election Day, and the league and union will televise a one-hour program next week for players to highlight work being done to advance social justice. The league and the players’ union said Thursday they want to “ensure that every member of the NFL family has an opportunity to exercise the precious right to vote” on Nov. 3. Both the league and union have launched get-out-the-vote initiatives as well. —New York Giants co-owner John Mara reiterated his support for a player’s right to protest social issues. While he prefers the team stand during the national anthem, he will support the rights of those who choose to kneel and make a statement. New York opens the season Sept. 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. NASCAR-COVID CONCERNSNASCAR drivers cautious of COVID-19 as playoffs begin CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — NASCAR has decided it will not grant COVID-19 relief during the playoffs, meaning a positive coronavirus test will end a driver’s championship bid. Associated Press —Vasek Pospisil beat fellow Canadian Milos Raonic 6-7 (1), 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-3 to advance to the third round of the U.S. Open. Pospisil has been strong since returning from surgery last year on a herniated disk and helped Canada reach the 2019 Davis Cup final. — An unranked player has pulled off an upset at the U.S. Open in her first tournament in more than three years. Tsvetana Pironkova beat No. 10-seeded Garbine Maguruza 7-5, 6-3 to reach the third round. NBA-NETS COACHNets hire Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash as coachUNDATED (AP) — The Brooklyn Nets have hired Steve Nash as their coach, putting the Hall of Fame point guard in charge of the team that hopes to have Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving together next season. The league and NHL Players’ Association are planning mandatory inclusion and diversity training for all players at camp; partnering with the Hockey Diversity Alliance to launch a grassroots program for young players of color in the Toronto area; and working together on several inclusion committees aimed at encouraging diversity among executives, pro and youth players and fans.The moves come amid mounting pressure from current and former minority players for the league to take concrete steps to address systemic racism. Colorado’s Nazem Kadri, a founding member of the alliance that was formed earlier this summer, reviewed the initiatives before they were announced and believes they show progress.
Published on October 12, 2013 at 2:38 pm David Wilson: Syracuse 27, North Carolina State 23I’m a hopin’ for Raleigh…The Orange heads down South and comes back with its first Atlantic Coast Conference win in its first meeting with a comparable league team.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text With Syracuse and North Carolina State set to kick off at 3:30 p.m., our beat writers check in with their predictions for the Orange’s ACC road opener. Trevor Hass: North Carolina State 20, Syracuse 17Just behind the ‘PackSyracuse loses a heartbreaker despite a touchdown and a 100-yard performance from Jerome Smith. The defense plays well, but SU can’t muster up quite enough offense. Stephen Bailey: Syracuse 28, North Carolina State 27Dances with WolvesAshton Broyld said he prefers playing on the road. Not playing Clemson will help, too. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Nearly everyone in Doheny’s Friends Lecture Hall raised their hand when Marissa Gluck, the panel moderator for “Privacy and Identity in the Age of Facebook,” asked the audience “How many of you have a Facebook account?”The panelists at the event were Henry Jenkins, a USC professor of journalism, communications and cinematic arts; Whitney Phillips, a University of Oregon Ph.D. student; and Nathan Ruyle, an adjunct faculty member at California Institute of the Arts.Jenkins said Facebook has become part of our culture and allows people to connect with friends from middle and high school. The information people put on their Facebook can define who they are, the panelists said.“In the 1960s, people were disposable and there was no reason to build relationships,” Jenkins said.Social networking forces people to think about how they present themselves to others on the Internet, Jenkins said.Everything a person searches online remains on the cookies that store information on a person’s computer. Social networking sites can track one’s searches, according to Gluck, so marketers are now creating advertisements geared toward one’s specific interests.Facebook has become a “marketing utopia” because it is used for a person’s own publicity and functions like a private marketing campaign, Ruyle said.Some students said they were not aware that marketers and other individuals can collect information based on the websites a person visits.“I didn’t think about data mining,” said Rihao Gao, a junior majoring in political science. “It’s pretty scary.”Phillips suggested people try not to post things they don’t want their grandmothers stumbling upon.“People post things they shouldn’t,” she said. “It’s important to make deliberate choices about what they put online.”For instance, the “Asians in the Library” video posted on March 11 by Alexandra Wallace, a UCLA student, extended beyond her university and created negative press, according to Jenkins.“Why would she post that,” Phillips said. “I don’t understand why people choose to do what they do on the Internet.”Though Facebook has changed its layout and features, from privacy settings to personal information, several times since the site’s introduction in 2004, it remains up to the individual to determine what information they make available to others.“Facebook has responded to that and you can now change settings to show your status only to certain people,” Phillips said.Knowing this information, however, does not deter some students from posting personal information on their Facebooks.“There are so many people here who have pinpointed all the things that are wrong, but we are all still on Facebook and updating our statuses saying ‘I’m at a conference about Facebook,’” said America Hernandez, a freshman majoring in political science.
World Indoor Lacrosse Championship plays out in DomeIt ended as it has the last three times, with Canada walking away from the WILC with the gold medal and the Iroquois taking home the silver. The United States routed Israel in the bronze medal game. You can read about the Syracuse lacrosse legend who brought the tournament to central New York here.Read all The Daily Orange’s coverage of the tournament.Logan Reidsma | Photo EditorSyracuse football falls to No. 8 Louisiana State, but makes it interestingSyracuse football was handed its first loss of the season by LSU and its impressive running back, Heisman-hopeful Leonard Fournette. Lots of LSU fans made the trip, and in the second half it seemed that Syracuse would have enough fight in it to send those fans home unhappy. But Fournette and the Tigers had too many punches for the Orange to withstand in the 34-24 loss.Read all The Daily Orange’s coverage of the game here.Scott Shafer hopes to have freshman quarterback Eric Dungey back this weekDungey, who missed the Louisiana State game after suffering an upper-body injury on a helmet-to-helmet hit on Sept. 19 against Central Michigan, is expected to be back at practice sometime this week, head coach Shafer said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMore: Scott Shafer hopes to have Eric Dungey back this weekSyracuse students try to name 3 football players, mostly failMore: Video: Can you name 3 Syracuse football players? Comments Published on September 28, 2015 at 11:50 am Contact Sam: email@example.com | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+
Three Tipperary teams are in action this afternoon in ladies football, hurling and gaelic football.First up the Tipperary Intermediate Ladies football team meet Clare in the Munster Final, which gets underway at 1.15pm in Mallow.The girls are chasing their second Munster title in a row. Their manager Shane Ronayne says it’ll be a tough battle…Throw in is at 1.15pm at Mallow GAA Complex, and Tipp FM will have updates of the game across the afternoon.Then at 2 o’ clock it’s the turn of the senior footballers, who face Cavan in a must-win qualifier in Kingspan Breffeni.Both teams have shaken up their starting sides, making four changes each for their qualifier game.Tipp manager Liam Kearns says it’s a big ask to beat Cavan in their own back yard…Throw in this afternoon is at 2 o clock at Kingspan Breffni, and Tipp FM will have full live commentary of the game in association with Cahir House Hotel.Then this evening at 5, thousands of hurling fans will head to Semple Stadium for a double header of action.Tipp face Dublin in another must-win game, and that’s followed by Waterford and Kilkenny.Tipperary have had a sluggish start to the championship season, and former All Ireland winning captain with Tipperary Tommy Dunne says the Premier need to get their work rate up…Throw in is at 5 o clock this evening, and Tipp Fm’s live coverage comes in association with Mulcahy Car Sales Ardcroney, Nenagh and Thurles Dentist Dot ie. Cathedral St, Thurles.
Share Related Articles Erik Nyman joins EveryMatrix as US lead August 6, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 PartnerMatrix drives user engagement with two new deals August 13, 2020 Share Industry platform and software provider EveryMatrix has launched its new OddsMatrix sportsbook platform at ICE 2017, stating that its new product will be the most flexible technology for all industry stakeholders.Having undertaken months of in-house development, EveryMatrix detailed a complete turnaround of OddsMatrix as a betting platform stating that the service had been ‘built from the ground up with no code reused’.Fresh to market the OddsMatrix platform has been developed on multiple components based on an architecture designed for horizontal scalability and high-availability. The complete upgrade gives EveryMatrix clients better integration options, combined with a customizable front-end with quicker loading times.Furthermore, the platform front-end is fully responsive and allows sports operators to deliver a customised experience to players. The platform will now cater to clients that want full independence of their market portfolios. Additionally, with the sports APIs, clients can build their own front-end with a unique look and feel.Detailing its latest product, Roee Weinberg, OddsMatrix division CEO a project lead commented on the platform upgradeThe new OddsMatrix sportsbook considerably cuts down the development time for adding new sports and markets. Furthermore, our settlement component received equal attention. For every point scored in a tennis or basketball match, for every corner kick or yellow card awarded in a soccer match we check, in a matter of seconds, if this allows any markets to be settled. Bet settlement operations now take place in close to real-time in the new OddsMatrix, resulting into faster-paying players and faster possibility to reinvest winnings.”“Having the possibility to introduce our new sportsbook at this year’s ICE is a long-awaited opportunity. Hard work is finally starting to bear fruit and it’s a great feeling that we can finally show it to clients. We’ll continue to invest into the new platform and more new components we’ll be deployed in the following months.”
Global Investment Bank go into the records as overall winners of the maiden edition of the Luv FM Inter-Bank and Family Fun Games.The event staged on Saturday, October 22 at the Opoku Ware School Park in Kumasi saw 12 financial institutions slug it out for supremacy in a bouquet of sporting disciplines.Children of the workers had a good time as they engaged in recreation outside home.Global Investment Bank emerged tops in the table tennis and second runners-up in the sack relay for men and women as well as women penalty shoo–out For their prizes, they went home with a 50—inch LED TV donated by Electroland Ghana, in addition to a giant trophy.Starlife Insurance came second while Energy Bank picked the third spot.Esich Insurance beat Zenith Bank 5-4 on penalties to clinch the soccer trophy.Other winners are Dalex Finance who were first in the Men’s Relay, Starlife Insurance for the Women’s Relay and Zenith Bank grabbed the snooker.
Kimball was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2007 and was forced to abandon his racing program midseason. He returned to racing in 2008, finishing second in his first race.Kimball began racing in the IndyCar Series in 2011, and is the first licensed driver on the circuit with diabetes. He had 10 top 10 finishes in both 2014 and 2015. He won the Honda Indy at Mid-Ohio in 2013, becoming the first driver with diabetes to win an IndyCar race.Kimball was raised in Camarillo. On his Twitter profile he wrote, “Off track, I’m either on my Axis boat or cheering for Stanford & the Dodgers.”Haley Reinhart, who finished third in the 2011 season of “American Idol,” will sing the national anthem.The first 40,000 fans in attendance will receive an adult hooded sweatshirt. LOS ANGELES — Married U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgts. Ruben and Olivia Munoz of Chino will be honored as the Military Heroes of the Game tonight when the Los Angeles Dodgers play host to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the second game of their three-game series.• PHOTOS: Opening Day at Dodger StadiumThe couple met in the Air Force where Olivia has served has served for 14 years with deployments to Kyrgyzstan, Qatar and Kuwait. Ruben has served for four years, including a deployment to Balad Air Base Iraq.IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball, the third-place finisher in last year’s Indianapolis 500 and leader of the race for 10 laps, will throw the ceremonial first pitch, four days before he races in the Long Beach Grand Prix. The Diamondbacks will wear red jerseys after wearing their alternate road gray jerseys in Tuesday’s series opener, a team official said. Arizona has eight uniform options.Auto gates will open at 4:40 p.m. and stadium gates at 5:10 p.m. The Dodgers will take batting practice from 4:20-5:20 p.m. and Arizona from 5:25- 6:20 p.m. Pregame ceremonies, including the national anthem and ceremonial first pitch will begin at 6:57 p.m., with the game beginning at 7:10 p.m. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Even though Kevin Harvick had the edge in regular-season points, Denny Hamlin and his then series-high five wins entered the Saturday-Sunday doubleheader weekend at Michigan International Speedway with the lead in NASCAR Cup Series championship points.And even through Hamlin ran well in both Michigan races, he was jumped by Harvick in both championship points and wins in the span of one weekend. MORE: Complete results, highlights from Sunday’s raceHarvick’s sweep of the Michigan races padded what was already an impressive playoff resume. Other drivers who entered the weekend on the NASCAR Cup Series playoff bubble weren’t as fortunate. Erik Jones, Jimmie Johnson and Tyler Reddick are close but still on the outside looking into the NASCAR playoff picture after the Michigan races.Below is a look at the NASCAR playoff picture with four races, including a doubleheader at Dover and a pair of events at Daytona, remaining before the playoffs are scheduled to start in September.NASCAR playoff bubbleTen drivers have won races in 2020 and clinched spots in the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. With four races remaining in the regular season, that means there won’t be more than 14 race winners in 2020, so all race winners will make the postseason.Below is the list of drivers who have not won races in 2020 and are currently sitting on what can be considered the NASCAR playoff bubble. It surprisingly includes defending Cup Series champion Kyle Busch, who is now on a 22-race winless streak.RankDriver+17th/-16th11.Aric Almirola+15812.Kyle Busch+14013.Kurt Busch+13714.Clint Bowyer+6015.Matt DiBenedetto+5716.William Byron+26-(Playoff cut-off)-17.Erik Jones-2618.Jimmie Johnson-2619.Tyler Reddick-3620.Christopher Bell-122NASCAR points standingsHarvick swept the Saturday-Sunday doubleheader at Michigan to pad his lead in the NASCAR Cup Series playoff standings through 22 races. His lead over Brad Keselowski is 137 points, easily the biggest gap between two drivers this season.Below are the NASCAR Cup Series points standings through Sunday’s race at Michigan.(* 2020 race winner)RankDriverPoints1.Kevin Harvick*9162.Brad Keselowski*7793.Denny Hamlin*7764.Ryan Blaney*7415.Chase Elliott*7216.Joey Logano*7177.Martin Truex Jr.*7168.Aric Almirola6699.Kyle Busch65110.Kurt Busch64811.Alex Bowman*58512.Clint Bowyer57113.Matt DiBenedetto56814.William Byron53715.Erik Jones51116.Jimmie Johnson51117.Austin Dillon*50118.Tyler Reddick50119.Christopher Bell41520.Bubba Wallace40021.Cole Custer*39622.Michael McDowell37623.Chris Buescher37124.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.36925.John Hunter Nemechek34126.Ryan Newman33827.Ty Dillon32528.Matt Kenseth31629.Corey LaJoie28130.Ryan Preece24931.Daniel Suarez23832.Brennan Poole15433.Kyle Larson12134.Quin Houff12135.Reed Sorenson5536.Brendan Gaughan4637.David Ragan3338.James Davison19Below is NASCAR’s explanation for how it awards points:”Each finishing spot in the field earns a driver points, from a maximum of 40 points to the driver who finishes first, down to one point for the driver who finishes 40th. … “Drivers can earn race points through their performances in Stage 1 and Stage 2. Drivers who are running first through 10th at the conclusion of Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 will receive points, starting with 10 points for first place, nine points for second place, down to one point for 10th place. Points earned in those two stages are then added to what drivers earn after the final stage, which sets the full race results. . . .”Additionally, a driver can earn bonus playoff points for the following:Five playoff points to the race-winning driverOne playoff bonus point to the driver who wins Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 in every event”Those points are added on to a driver’s total once the postseason starts. The accumulated playoff points will carry over at the start of the Round of 16, Round of 12 and Round of 8.”