Fresh of his recent Grammy domination, British pop singer Sam Smith has revealed a string of US tour dates that span much of July and August. The dates focus mostly on the Midwest and Southern regions. Tickets go on sale February 27.Sam Smith Summer 2015 Tour Dates7/17 – Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival7/18 – Charlotte, NC @ Time Warner Cable Arena7/20 – Miami, FL @ American Airlines Arena7/21 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena7/23 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena7/24 – Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion7/26 – Oro-Medonte, ON @ WayHome Music & Arts Festival7/27 – Cleveland, OH @ Wolstein Center/Cleveland State University7/29 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center7/30 – St. Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena8/4 – Denver, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre8/5 – West Valley City, UT @ Maverik Center8/7 – Squamish, BC @ Squamish Valley Music Festival8/8 – Quincy, WA @ Gorge Amphitheatre8/11- San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center8/12 – Glendale, AZ @ Gila River Arena8/14 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center8/15 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center8/17 – Grand Prairie, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
This year’s award went to Evgeniya Khokhlova, who represents the Russian Association of Forwarding and Logistic Organizations and is a specialist in project logistics at SVH-Freight.Khokhlova beat three other regional finalists selected from entrants around the world. Her prize is two one-week training sessions with insurance and risk management service provider TT Club at one of its regional headquarters in London, New Jersey or Hong Kong.The other three finalists were: Enos Chapara, tracking and documentation agent at Bollore Transport and Logistics Zimbabwe, representing Shipping and Forwarding Agents’ Association of Zimbabwe; Rachel van Harmelen, business unit sales manager at DSV Panalpina in Canada, representing the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association; and Phillip Burgess, South Island manager at Burnard International in New Zealand, representing Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand.The TT Club-sponsored 2020 YIFFY Award will be presented at next year’s FIATA Congress in Busan, South Korea on October 19-24.YIFFY candidates must submit a 6,000-word dissertation outlining the pertinent details of an import and export shipment from their native country. The four finalists will then present their dissertations in person to a panel of judges at the Congress, where the overall winner will be selected.www.ttclub.comfiata.com
By Constancio Martinez, Jr.Special to the PRESSTarpons and Red Ants lining up for the coin toss during their October 18 game. Photo by Constancio Martinez, Jr.This will be the 34th time the Port Isabel Tarpons and Progreso Red Ants have played each other since 1986. Unfortunate for the Red Ants the Tarpons are 33-0 in those matchups. The Progreso Red Ants stunned the MMA Leathernecks with their 75-0 win last week. So, the Tarpons stayed focused during their bye week as they weren’t going to overlook Progreso.From the first snap of the ball the Tarpons’ defense put on relentless pressure on the Red Ants quarterback. After holding Progreso to negative seven yards on their initial drive, the Tarpons put on a solid drive spanning 59 yards, unfortunately, they needed 60 as they turned the ball over on downs at the Red Ants 1-yard line.With backs against the wall Progreso went another 3-and-out. On the ensuing drive, Tarpons’ running back Brayan Medina took a shovel pass and hit the outside for a 33-yard touchdown. A successful extra point try by kicker Angel Fernandez put the Tarpons up 7-0 in the 1st quarter. The Tarpons caught the Red Ants by surprise as they recovered an onside kick by Fernandez. On the next play, Medina broke free for a 32-yard gain, but limped off the field with some sort of leg injury. Junior running back Adrian Nino subbed in for Medina and picked up where Medina left off. Nino got the Tarpons down to Progreso’s 1-yard line where quarterback Joey Krieghbaum scored on a quarterback sneak. A successful kick put the Tarpons up 14-0 with 6:00 left in the 1st quarter. On the ensuing Progreso drive, QB Elian Rodriguez tested the Tarpons’ secondary on a long pass, but cornerback Will Camacho out jumped the Red Ant’s receiver for interception. Playing on both sides of the ball, Camacho had another big play, but this time as a receiver as he caught a 33-yard pass from Krieghbaum. Three plays later Krieghbaum scored on another quarterback sneak, putting the Tarpons up 21-0 still in the 1st quarter. Facing a 3rd and 12, Progreso’s QB completed a 30-yard pass play marking the first time he got the better of PI’s secondary. On the next play, Tarpon’s defensive end, Edgar Orduna sniffed out a reverse and tackled the runner for a 10-yard loss. Unable to recover from the setback the Red Ants punted. It wasn’t all smooth sailing for the Tarpons though. Forced to punt, the ball seemed to hit the back of a Tarpon blocker and the Red Ants ended up with great field position. On the ensuing play, Progreso’s QB threw the ball to a streaking receiver, but underthrew it as Port Isabel’s cornerback, Gilbert Medina, came up with the interception ending Progreso’s scoring threat.Tarpons and Red Ants lining up before the snap during their October 18 game. Photo by Constancio Martinez, Jr.The Tarpons offense regrouped and went on 9-play, 76-yard scoring drive capped by a 25-yard pass play to receiver Will Camacho. A successful kick put the Tarpons up 28-0 in the 2nd quarter. Progresso’s run game had virtually no success as Progreso leaned more and more on its passing game. After a couple of passes including a 33-yard pass play, the Red Ants reached the Tarpon’s 44-yard line. On the next play, the Tarpon’s secondary came up big again as Safety Jake Pinkerton jumped in front of the receiver for the interception. With the second quarter winding down, QB Krieghbaum found receiver, Angel Nino on a crossing route for a 41-yard pass play. A successful kick put the Tarpons up 35-0. The Red Ants got a 20-yard kickoff return, but salty Tarpon defense forced a fumble on the next play. Starting at Progreso’s 35-yard line Krieghbaum connected with receiver Michael Perez who eluded six would-be tacklers for a 35-yard touchdown pass play. A successful kick made it 42-0 Tarpons. After gaining only two yards on its next drive, Progreso was forced to punt again. Port Isabel continued to work on its passing game as Krieghbaum found a streaking Camacho for a 62-yard touchdown. The Tarpons headed to the locker room with 49-0 lead. Tarpon cheerleaders holding a Halloween-themed banner, just before the Tarpons broke out onto the field during their October 18 game. Photo by Constancio Martinez, Jr.As the second half opened, Progreso went for an onside kick, but the Tarpons recovered the ball. Two plays later, Adrian Nino left the defenders in the dust as he ran for 42 yards to paydirt. A successful kick put the Tarpons up 56-0, with 9:35 in the 3rd quarter. Progreso was able to move the ball a little more on the backups in the second half, but still failed to score on the Tarpons’ defense. Meanwhile, the Tarpons picked up one last score as sophomore Jayden Lopez broke loose for a 35-yard touchdown run for the final score of 63-0.In their dominating performance, the Tarpons “Tidal Wave Offense” accumulated 522 total yards while the “Seawall Defense” forced five turnovers. The (3-4) Tarpons will have a much tougher matchup next week as they face the (6-1) Raymondville Bearkats at Tarpon Stadium. The Tarpons will need to bring the same tenacity next week to have a shot at the upset. Share RelatedTarpons Fall to Bearkats, 63-7By Constancio Martinez, Jr. Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel Tarpons and Raymondville Bearkats met this past Friday night with both teams’ sights on the district title. Unfortunately, for the Tarpons, the Bearkats put their foot on the pedal and never looked back as they cruised to a 63-7…November 1, 2019In “News”Tarpons Devour Red Ants, 33-13By LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS Port Isabel’s defense played take-away with the Progreso Red Ants last Friday night. They took the ball away four times in the first half, six total for the night, and won Homecoming, 33-13. “Our goal was to start out 1-0 in district,” P.I.…October 16, 2015In “News”Boys soccer now 2-2 after losses to Progresso, Brownsville Jubillee By CONSTANCIO MARTINEZ, JR. Special to the PRESS The Boys soccer team hosted the Jubilee Brownsville Titans this past Tuesday, January 14. The visiting Titans beat the Tarpons 3-0, with all the scoring done in the first half. The second half got more aggressive,…January 16, 2020In “News”
Share this post 0 Edited August 31, 2006 by BelfourThibault Forums Home Chazberg Share this post kris9er Location:Currently in Cincinnati Share on other sites By LoligerBS, August 30, 2006 in Sports Logo News Prev 1 Posted August 31, 2006 5,159 22 Page 1 of 3 1 LoligerBS I dont under stand why the NHL is messing with the jerseys – they are FINE… Leave em how they are, if its not broken dont fix it – but noooooooooooooooo…… LoligerBS Link to post jOkeR Share this post Followers 0 0 Link to post nyk 7 nmsuaggie 1 capn89 0 ninersdd 0 Members 4,436 7 1,259 nmsuaggie Posted August 30, 2006 2,557 posts Members Sports Logo News Members SgtCarp NHL – No Third Jerseys, And The Switch To Reebok.. capn89 Does that mean no more navy blue “Statue of Liberty” Rangers’ Jersey, I luved that jersey Posted August 31, 2006 0 SgtCarp (edited) This is BS. No more Canucks gradient! That is my favorite alternate in all of sports. Share on other sites 1 Share this post Share this post 0 0 BelfourThibault 0 Posted August 30, 2006 Members 0 0 3 fonz 0 Members Members Share on other sites 0 950 This is a topic that I’m really on the fence about. Part of me says “if something isn’t broke, why **** with it?” and another says, “there’s nothing wrong with new.” I really just don’t know where to stand.I like hockey jerseys the way they are. I don’t want tight, spandexy crap. Who gives a ****? There is really no performance enhancement, whatsoever. Need everyone be reminded of the Olympics and the non-swift jersey wearing Swedes. “Enhancement” or not, better teams still win.I also don’t like the idea of shutting down the third jersey program (but at least that says it WILL be back.) I could care less if a team has 2, 3 or 30 jerseys. Hell, I like variety. Sign in to follow this leedsunited Members OnWis97 Forums Home Share on other sites 0 187 js ° Next Members 2 22 nyk Posted August 31, 2006 Share this post Members 22 kris9er 0 Posted August 30, 2006 Posted August 31, 2006 Sports Logo News Share this post Sign in to follow this Share on other sites Less, but better. 14,934 posts Share on other sites Followers 0 Member of the Right Brigade 0 22 Link to post Link to post leedsunited Akuma 79 Does that mean no more navy blue “Statue of Liberty” Rangers’ Jersey, I luved that jersey my gut tells me that the liberty logo will be on the front of the jerseys, either way.i can’t imagine diagonal text looking good on a spiderman costume. Share on other sites 0 Members Share this post ninersdd Share this post Location:Belleville, ON, CA Chazberg 216 posts 0 Posted August 30, 2006 Link to post NHL – No Third Jerseys, And The Switch To Reebok.. Posted August 30, 2006 Members Share on other sites You know, i’m completely ok with the no-third shirt policy. Besides, the classiest squads (i.e. the Habs) never bothered with such nonsense in the first place I hope you are being sarcastic. The Habs have 2 white jerseys. The classic one with the red shoulder, and the white one that is a mirror of the red jersey.from www.nhluniforms.com 2,856 posts 12,072 posts 0 Sports Logos 2,520 posts Location:Dana White’s Hair 0 This is actually news that to me is not all that terrible; the only thirds I would miss are Ottawa’s, Atlanta’s and Chicago’s (and of course the mooterus ). But this swift jersey thing really has me terrified. I suppose if you look at a NFL lineman or receiver now compared to 10 years ago you’d see almost as much of a difference, but that trend happened gradually, and still wouldn’t look as silly as it will on the ice. These uniforms are SUPPOSED to be baggy. And there isn’t a fan alive that would look good in one of those form-fitting things. I could live with this swift jersey thing if they did one thing–Had each team get their own designers for the jerseys. Instead they are all going to look the same because it is cheaper and easier.And sorry, but one of the things hockey has going for it is the colorful jerseys that people like to buy. When the swift jerseys come out, a lot of people won’t want them–particularly those carrying a few extra pounds. All Activity This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Link to post Sodboy13 0 Share this post Location:☰ Share this post Next Location:NEW YORK CITY Share on other sites 4,436 Share on other sites Posted August 30, 2006 Edited August 31, 2006 by Mingjai 0 Link to post Members Mingjai 0 Mingjai Members Link to post 195 posts Link to post OnWis97 Akuma Share on other sites It should always be Christmas in New Jersey 0 Link to post 950 0 Go To Topic Listing 0 Share on other sites 1,857 posts ColeJ Share this post js ° Share this post Recommended Posts Share this post 0 22 19,561 posts 0 That was an email which was sent to me from the Blackhawks’ PR staff in response to a question I had asked them regarding the third jersey (requesting that they change them). Funny thing is, I got that email yesterday morning, posted it on a St. Louis Blues forum, and to my surprise…it’s here when I make my daily check of the CC Forums! (Sorry if I seem so jacked up about this, it’s just weird to see my email all over ‘teh intarwebs’ like that in less than 24 hours! ) Share this post All Canadiens Jerseys are Class but, I wish that they would go back to the old lettering from the early 90’s Phoenix is a bangwagon town Share this post 7 When do the new jerseys come out? I still haven’t seen the reebok changes. 741 posts Share on other sites 0 Posted August 31, 2006 BelfourThibault Link to post Posted August 30, 2006 Sports Logos Share on other sites ElwoodCuse 950 22 SportsLogos.Net 5,159 7 2,568 posts 0 347 posts 4,436 Link to post Posted August 30, 2006 Share on other sites SabreGuy Members Prev 0 Members Page 1 of 3 6,476 posts Link to post Posted August 31, 2006 0 79 0 Link to post Share this post 111 5,159 fonz Why would they get rid of them next year? 111 Location:St. Paul | Chicago 2,347 posts Hmm, I think the NHL may just be revamping all the teams’ jerseys to make money off their sales. They can only sell so many of the same old Canadiens, Blackhawks, etc jerseys. Sure they make money off the teams who have newer 3rds, but a league rehaul would really bring in the cash. NHL – No Third Jerseys, And The Switch To Reebok.. 357 posts Form fitting or not… the thing I liked best about hockey jersies were that they looked like ponchos. I don’t want them to fit “well”… I want them to fit like ponchos. Ah well. No doubt! Everyone knows that a hockey jersey marked “M” is going to fit you like an “XL” in any other article of clothing!EDIT: Which I think is the reason why my wife hates it when I wear my hockey jerseys. 1,259 Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Share on other sites Sodboy13 Link to post Members SabreGuy 1,259 Location:Hooville 0 Form fitting or not… the thing I liked best about hockey jersies were that they looked like ponchos. I don’t want them to fit “well”… I want them to fit like ponchos. Ah well. 24 posts Favourite Logos:Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Cardinals, Sparky the Sun Devil Posted August 31, 2006 0 Posted August 31, 2006 SportsLogos.Net Members 0 All Activity (edited) 218 posts Link to post 0 This is BS. No more Canucks gradient! That is my favorite alternate in all of sports. This jersey is already gone. They are only wearing the home, road, and blue/green vintage one this year.Also seconding the “finding a way to make me stop buying hockey jerseys” comment. No way in hell am I buying something like this. Location:Lebanon Ohio Share this post Link to post 0 Share this post Location:Sacramento,CA Posted August 31, 2006 3 79 Share on other sites Location:Effington 7 0 199 posts You know, i’m completely ok with the no-third shirt policy. Besides, the classiest squads (i.e. the Habs) never bothered with such nonsense in the first place Posted August 30, 2006 2,826 posts 111 Well, if this goes down like it seems it’s going to, I’d like to thank Reebok in advance for finally figuring out a way to make me stop buying hockey jerseys. And they said it couldn’t be done!Interesting consequence of this change, if it’s true: Anaheim and Buffalo will have to re-vamp their uniforms – again – after wearing their new duds for one season. So if you’re a Ducks or Sabres fan, you might find yourself buying a new jersey in ’06, a new jersey in ’07, and a new third jersey in ’08. Now I see what Reebok’s up to… 553 posts Members 1 Share this post Location:New Jersey 542 0 542 Posted August 31, 2006 So I found this on the SabresFans message board, sounds like he found it somewhere on the Blackhawks website:Saw this posted somewhere: (blackhawks)Thanks for input regarding our third jersey. We will be staying with our current third jersey for the 2006-07 season. The NHL has notified the teams that they will suspend the third jersey program for the 2007-08 season. We have discussed several options for the our third jersey when the NHL resumes the third jersey program for the 2008-09 season, and have not yet finalized our strategy. Once again, thanks for your input and we look forward to seeing you at the United Center this season.Sounds to me like this will be the last year for regular, old school hockey jerseys. It could be the only reason why they would get rid of the 3rd jerseys, to go to the Reebok Swift Jersesy style.Sad news for hockey purists, but i guess we’ll wait and see…This also brings into question the vintage program – – The Sabres are gonna wear the vintage as their third, but all of buffalo will be pissed if they go only with the slug.And finally, the only upside: Could they be going back to White at home, colors on the road? 2 Location:Waxahachie, Texas Link to post Share on other sites 7 542 I’d like to chime in with my thoughts on these swift jerseys for a second.First off … the thought that they will look futuristic and spandexy i don’t think is accurate. If anything … i believe that seeing the players on the ice in these things will only harken back to a more traditional “Jacques Plante” era. And personally, i love that idea … this will actually have a fairly large impact on the sport i think … by widening the gap between speed/skill players and big/tough players. the middle ground will not be as prevelant … just my thought on that.As for the ‘template’ argument … i don’t think this will even be a consideration. I think the NHL knows all too well that their fans are not interested in losing their tradition … the jerseys will all remain exactly the same .. and each team will have liberty to design their jersey as they see fit … some might redesign their stuff though to consider the fact that their ‘canvas’ has changed in form, so they may have new designs to better compliment that. Traditional teams will not be making silly changes at all though.Lastly .. the tight fitting jerseys will most likely be tight fitting on players wearing pads … not on your average human wearing skin. they won’t be as poncho-esque as jerseys now … but they will not be form fitting or spandex.This is all my own speculation, and I have really no hands on evidence to prove or disprove any of this .. so take it as you will … just my thoughts. Share on other sites jOkeR 0 ElwoodCuse Share on other sites Link to post Posted August 30, 2006 Location:El Paso, Texas ColeJ Members 0 Members Location:Chicago, IL 187 187
(Reuters) – More than 1,900 athletes from 209 countries will be in action at this month’s World Athletics Championships, with American sprinter Allyson Felix looking to extend her record medals tally in Doha. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) confirmed 1,928 entries in a provisional list released yesterday https://www.iaaf.org/news/ press- release/world-championships-doha-2019-entry-lists for the event, which runs from Sept. 27 to Oct. 6.All 30 of the Diamond League champions have confirmed participation, while 38 individual winners from the London championships two years ago will defend their titles in Doha.Felix, the world championships’ most decorated athlete, with 16 medals, was named in the U.S. team for the ninth consecutive time and will feature in the 4x400m relay squad. Men’s 100m favourite Christian Coleman and reigning world champion Justin Gatlin were also selected in a 143-member U.S. team.Spain’s Jesus Angel Garcia, 49, will extend his own record number of appearances at the championships to 13 when he takes to the starting line for the 50km race walk on Sept. 28.The 1993 world champion will also become the oldest participant to take part in the championships.