Lozano offers the Blume and Rubiales, the hotel in Spain against COVID-19

first_imgThe Blume and the RFEF. Between the CAR with which it counts Spain to stop the pandemic are the Blume Residence and the Residence of the Spanish Football Federation, by offer of Luis Rubiales. The president of the CSD, Irene Lozano, has informed Salvador Illa that both sports residences are at the full disposal of the authorities to convert them into hospitals if necessary given the growth of the COVID-19 curve.Italy sows doubt. In the Higher Sports Council (CSD) see that it is almost impossible for them to be held this summer Tokyo Games. The last week has been critical for some of the Spanish medalists, who demanded a special permission from the Government to be able to continue with their preparation plan. The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, commissioned a report on the situation of the Olympians in other countries around us. The confinement decree in Italy he left his Olympic athletes free to train “for reasons of national interest”. Some did, such as their road cycling team. But his joy was short-lived. The citizens kicked them off the roads. The dinnerl. The CSD You have heard complaints from great medalists like Mireia Belmonte, that you have to train at your home Badalona “going up and down stairs”. Mireia has demanded that Spain take the path of Italy. The Government has studied the alternatives, but what it really hopes is to see what happens to the Tokyo Games. The United States has warned this Saturday that it will not send its athletes except a full health guarantee. Pressure on the president of the IOC, Thomas Bach, begins to be irresistible. The great Olympic powers have already assumed reality.Remote exception. The Government of Spain He will wait to see what happens in the next few days to make a decision about the training of our Olympians. In the remote case of opening the hand, it would be to authorize it, after negative tests of the confined athletes, in high performance and technical centers (CAR) distributed throughout the national territory that have not been claimed by the Ministry of Health. But in the CSD they see almost inevitable the postponement of the Olympic Games.last_img read more

Stage North presents Macbeth in Fort St. John

first_imgThe Stage North Theatre Society is pleased to present Macbeth on October 30, 31, November 5, 6, 7 at the North Peace Cultural Centre. All shows at 7:30 p.m.The first play in our 2015-16 theatre season, Macbeth, directed by Dawn Ljuden, is Shakespeare’s shortest tragedy, and tells the story of a brave Scottish general named Macbeth who receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland.Set mainly in Scotland, the play illustrates the damaging physical and psychological effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake.- Advertisement -Ticket prices are $25 adults, $20 students/seniors, and $15 children. At the door adults $30, students/seniors $25, and children $20. Get your tickets by calling the North Peace Cultural Centre box office at 250-785-1992, or online at www.npcc.bc.calast_img read more

Man City smash Premier League points record

first_imgCity’s Danilo and Bernardo Silva netted either side of a Leonardo Ulloa effort for Brighton in the first half and Fernandinho scored a third in the second half.Yaya Toure was given the chance to bid farewell to the Etihad Stadium as he was named in Manchester City’s side for their home clash.The Ivorian midfielder left the pitch to a huge ovation with five minutes to go.The veteran midfielder is leaving the club at the end of the season and was handed the captaincy as the champions planned a night of tributes.Toure, 34, has won three Premier League titles and four domestic cups during his eight seasons at City.His outing was his first Premier League start of the season with his previous nine appearances having come off the bench.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City players celebrating their title win with manager Pep GuardiolaMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, May 9 – Manchester City smashed Premier League records for points earned, goals scored and number of wins with Wednesday’s 3-1 victory against Brighton.City’s win takes them to 97 points with a game to go, eclipsing Chelsea’s previous mark of 95 points set in 2004/05. City have scored 105 goals and won 31 matches so far.last_img read more

Senegal give Africans joy in Poland win

first_imgIn a match billed as a straight fight between super-strikers Robert Lewandowski and Sadio Mane, neither scored but Liverpool striker Mane set up Idrissa Gueye for the shot that took a wicked deflection off Cionek, leaving Szczesny totally wrong-footed in the Polish goal for Senegal’s opener on 37 minutes.The west Africans doubled their lead on the 60-minute mark when the experienced Juventus goalkeeper had a moment to forget.Senegal’s Mbaye Niang celebrates a goal against Poland at the World Cup in RussiaKrychowiak put Poland in trouble with a woeful bouncing back pass, but Szczesny opted rashly to charge out of his penalty area. The speedy Mbaye Niang got in front of his defender, nicked the ball away from Szczesny and rolled it into the empty net.The goal sparked wild celebrations among the Senegalese players and incredulity among Poland’s.After a tight first half hour, it was the always-threatening Niang who was at the heart of Senegal’s opening goal.The Torino winger won the ball on the halfway line and fed Mane who rolled it sideways to Everton striker Gueye, whose shot skewed off Cionek’s leg and into the net.Senegal, the 2002 quarter-finalists, could have pressed home their advantage two minutes later but Salif Sane failed to connect with a header.Wojciech Szczesny looked crestfallen after Mbaye Niang scored following his errorMinutes after half-time, Sane was fortunate not to be sent off for a challenge on Lewandowski when he brought down the Polish striker as he charged towards goal. He escaped with a yellow card.Lewandowski curled the free kick over the Senegal wall but Khadim Ndiaye — the only African-based player in Senegal’s squad — pushed it away.Krychowiak connected with Kamil Grosicki’s cross to give Poland hope, but they were unable to make up the deficit despite four minutes of injury time.On Sunday, Senegal play Japan, who beat Colombia 2-1 earlier in the day, while Poland will face the South Americans.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Senegal are playing at a World Cup for the first time since their debut tournament in 2002 and made an instant impact. Photo/GETTYMOSCOW, Russia, June 19 – Senegal recorded the first African win at the 2018 World Cup when they beat Poland 2-1 on Tuesday thanks to a deflected Thiago Cionek own goal and a terrible error by Polish ‘keeper Wojciech Szczesny.West Bromwich Albion midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak got Poland back in the game with an 86th-minute header but Senegal hung on at Moscow’s Spartak Stadium.last_img read more

Rodgers set to become Leicester manager

first_img0Shares0000Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers in talks with Premier League side Leicester to become new manager. Photo/FILELONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 26 – Brendan Rodgers is set to become Leicester’s new manager after he was given permission by Celtic to speak to the club, according to Sky sources.Rodgers is understood to currently be in Leicester after telling the Celtic board on Monday of his desire to leave. Chris Davies and Kolo Toure, who are currently part of Rodgers’ staff at Celtic Park, are expected to join him in Leicester, if a deal is agreed.First-team coach John Kennedy is likely to be in charge of Celtic’s Scottish Premiership game at Hearts on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports.More to follow…-By Sky Sports- 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Booty still Carroll’s man

first_imgCOLLEGE FOOTBALL: If the QB is healthy, he will remain the starter. By Scott Wolf STAFF WRITER USC coach Pete Carroll diffused any thoughts of a quarterback controversy Sunday night when he said John David Booty would remain the Trojans’ quarterback if he is able to play with a broken middle fingertip. “I’m not doing that,” Carroll said regarding a quarterback change. “That’s not what I would be thinking. It’s not a one-guy deal. It’s real easy to point it all at the quarterback. I’m not going to do that. If it was really a one-guy situation, the decision would be clear. “It isn’t just because of the thrower. There’s a lot of things we can work on to be more efficient.” If only all the other problems confronting the Trojans were so simple to address in the wake of Carroll’s (and maybe USC’s) most embarrassing loss, a 24-23 setback to Stanford, which was a 41-point underdog. Actually, Carroll did not even know Sunday if Booty would play this week. Booty iced his finger but it’s too soon to tell if he can grip a football properly. “I don’t know,” Carroll said. “We’ll figure it out during the week. If he can’t throw, I won’t force him. He did come back and throw the ball all right (after the injury).” Everything else will be much harder to gauge. Carroll sounded more worried about the state of college football’s most successful program in recent years than anything regarding Booty. “It’s real clear we’ve fallen out of line with the philosophy of the program for years by turning the ball over,” he said. “I’m not getting it done, I need to make it clear that every decision we make is about the ball. “I’ve got to get back to that philosophy. If not, we won’t have a clue what’s going on.” Of course, most of USC’s turnovers are interceptions. Booty has thrown eight, including six in the past two games, but Carroll said it’s the entire offense’s responsibility. He refused to elaborate on why. “We’ve thrown more interceptions than almost all last season,” he said. “There’s a lot of things that go into it, but I’m not going into it.” He’s also reluctant to play backup quarterback Mark Sanchez, who has thrown only three passes all season and has an interception. “He hasn’t had a chance to play much,” Carroll said of Sanchez. “We need to make sure we don’t put it all on one person.” That said, Carroll also discussed the wide receivers’ struggles. Patrick Turner has dropped passes all season, including three against Stanford. The other receivers, sophomore Vidal Hazelton along with freshmen Ronald Johnson and David Ausberry, are inconsistent. “We’ve had growing pains,” Carroll said. “The guys are gaining experience. It’s been a tough call to task whether they’re ready or not. But we need to run the football better. It all fits together.” Carroll said injuries in the Washington game also changed the Trojans’ season, specifically when center Kris O’Dowd and guard Chilo Rachal suffered knee injuries on the same play. “At three weeks, we were fine and then something hit the fan,” he said. “It’s obvious we haven’t recovered since all our guys got hurt. That’s what it felt like. When two guys went down on one play, we haven’t been the same since.” But what about losing to a 41-point underdog? Carroll said the margin was irrelevant to him. “It doesn’t mean a damn thing. That’s somebody else’s problem,” he said. “I don’t care about that. That’s somebody else’s thing.” But Carroll’s not unaware of public opinion. Or at least how quickly it turns, even on a coach who won 35 straight games at the Coliseum before Saturday’s loss. “I was in the NFL for 16 years. It went week to week,” he said. “I totally understand it. It turns in the wink of an eye.” Notes: Snapper Will Collins pulled a hamstring in pregame warmups and Carroll said it played a role in the blocked extra point, because the offensive line couldn’t get proper spacing with Collins covering less ground. … Center Matt Spanos received stitches on his lacerated hand, and linebacker Thomas Williams sprained an ankle. scott.wolf@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Back2Tan hits the shelves to solve fake tanning troubles

first_imgA TY Mini Company from Loreto Letterkenny has come up with a smart solution to a common beauty problem faced by everyone who uses false tan. Back2Tan was set up by four young entrepreneurs to launch a back tanning product using a wooden rod and removable mitt. The product will come in very handy for anyone who struggles with tanning all areas of their back on their own.Back2Tan company founders are Éabha Shiel, the Managing Director, Zoe Brady, the Finance Manager, Kelley Higgins, the Marketing and Sales Manager and Alisha O’Connell, the Production and Quality Control Manager. The product sets itself apart from the rest due to its competitive price, at just €6, reusability and high quality. Business principles of market research and innovative design were clearly used to create the perfect product.Back2TanThe company founders said: “You know that moment when you’re at home tanning and realise that there’s no one home to tan your back? Well you won’t have to worry about that anymore. The Ultimate Back Tanner will help you tan all the hard to reach places on your back.“Our company Back2Tan has come up with a product that lets someone fake tan their back easily and efficiently. After many changes in design we finally came up with our finished product. Our product is a wooden rod with a removable tanning mitt on top for washing. The tanning mitt has a sponge filling so it is comfortable on your back.”G&G owner Aoibheann Walsh MUA officially launched Back2Tan on Monday the 26th of February at Loreto Letterkenny. Speaking at the event, Aoibheann commented on the affordability and long-lasting quality of the product, saying the girls are a credit to their school, fellow students and parents. Friends, family and teachers came along to celebrate the occasion and build excitement for the launch locally.Back2Tan tanners are available to purchase from McFadden’s Pharmacy in the Letterkenny Shopping Centre, Magees Pharmacy, Ruth’s Pharmacy and in Sculpt Cosmetics.You can find Back2Tan on Facebook and Instagram.Back2Tan hits the shelves to solve fake tanning troubles was last modified: February 27th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:aoibheann walshback2tanLoreto Letterkennymini-companyTransition Yearlast_img read more

Two brothers making the dash from Dublin to Donegal for Macmillan

first_img“There will always be competition between us, we are recording our times on our phones which records speeds and times and currently I am winning,” says Aaron, laughing profusely.“I have done more running than my brother in the past but, he is more definitely more physically fit than me, I’m sure he’ll catch up,” he joked.“Our mum is on the phone to us telling us that we’re mad, so it has all been a bit crazy. “We’ve had to calm her down and explain that we are taking it seriously by training for it.“And obviously now, all our aunties are texting us wishing us good luck, so it’s all quite exciting.”Meet Aaron, one-half of the Martin brothers, the other Josh, who will both run 215km from Dublin to Donegal Town in May across seven days all for Macmillan cancer. The two brothers, who are originally from Birmingham, have strong Donegal roots through their mother, Geraldine Wright, who herself is originally from Fintown but now living in Convoy after moving back from the UK.“It was actually my brother that came up with the idea, we have both done running in the past but he just loved the idea of running in Ireland.“One of our cousins did an event over in Ireland and I think we just liked the idea even more, especially running through rural parts of the country,” Aaron added.“We will finish the run in Donegal because that is the main place where we spent in Ireland during the summer holidays, that is where our family is.“And we are starting from Dublin because it’s such a well-known place.”Aaron, 24, and Josh, 20, aim to start the run for Macmillan at around 10am on May 30, continuing their journey to the North-West over the course of seven days – running around 30km a day – finishing on June 6. The boys are dedicating the run to their late grandfather, John Martin, who passed away from the disease almost seven years ago, while also remembering Robert Martin and Lawrence Teague, who also lost their battle with cancer in recent years.“My grandfather passed away in 2012, who we would have been quite close to, while Robert (Martin), who is our uncle, died late last year and he was in a Macmillan hospice right at the end.“And Lawrence Teague, who is my partner’s grandad, who passed away in 2017.”Despite being over five months from the event, Aaron admitted that there were no nerves quite yet but he was excited about the challenge in front of them. “As I’ve said, it is all getting very real from our point of view, but there are no nerves yet, as soon as we started to tell everyone we knew this was it, there was no going back.“But I’m sure when it gets closer to the time the nerves will start to kick in.”Aaron and Josh have set-up a JustGiving Page here, with all donations being going to Macmillan Cancer Support.You can also keep an eye on the boy’s progress on their Home to Donegal Instagram page here. Two brothers making the dash from Dublin to Donegal for Macmillan was last modified: January 28th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cancer runcharity runDonegal TownFintownMacmillan Cancerlast_img read more


first_imgUPDATED: THE man who died in a road accident in Inishowen on Friday was a local man.The accident happened on the road just outside Moville just before 5pm.The dead man was named locally as Danny Doherty, in his 60s, and a welder from Quigley’s Point. The road has been sealed off and gardai and ambulances are at the scene.The incident happened after Gardai issued an urgent warning about black ice on many stretches of road across Co Donegal tonight.It is understood the vehicle involved was a Land Rover jeep.“This is a very tragic incident,” said one source. “It’s too early to say what might have caused this particular accident but temperatures are below zero in many parts of the county tonight.” The scene of the crash will be closed overnight with a forensic examination expected all day tomorrow.Earlier a Garda spokesman appealed for motorists to slow down because of poor road conditions.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldaily Follow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comQUIGLEY’S POINT MAN DIED IN CAR SMASH was last modified: December 10th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Women’s Tennis Concludes Drake Invitational

first_imgIn doubles action, Palumbo and her teammate, freshman Daria Walczak, fell to Omaha’s Lorentz/Crowell 8-5 in the third place match in flight A. 2018 Drake Invitational Final Results Palumbo, won three matches over the Invite’s first two days, battled Creighton’s Sarah Wilcox in a close title match that Wilcox prevailed in 6-3, 6-4. DES MOINES, Iowa – Sophomore Carmen Palumbo of the Drake University women’s tennis team was defeated in the flight A championship match at the Drake Invitational at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center on Sunday, Sept. 16.center_img Story Links Following the Drake Invitational, the Bulldogs will travel to the Gopher Invitational, Sept. 21-23, in Minneapolis, Minn. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more