Five veteran media personalities will be honoured by Superstakes title sponsors Burger King at Caymanas Park tomorrow for their contribution to the sport over the years.They are The Gleaner’s racing writer Orville Clarke, Lindy Delapenha, a former director of sports at Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation; radio racing analyst and Gleaner columnist Dr. Paul Wright; racing commentator Brian ‘Spuddy” Rickman and Karl Angell of the Racing Observer.All will be guests of the sponsor and promoters Caymanas Track Limited (CTL) in the Director’s Room during the meet and in addition to receiving awards, each will have a race run in their honour on the well supported 12-race programme, featuring the 38th running of the Burger King Superstakes over 2000 metres.The programme kicks off at 11.000 a.m. with the Orville Clarke Trophy over 1700 metres to be contested by nine starters (four-year-olds and up non winners of two). Top contenders are MINY LEE (Shane Ellis), HOMECOMING ((Anthony Thomas) and VESPERS (Javaniel Patterson).The second race over 1100 metres for the Brian Rickman Trophy for maiden three-year-olds has attracted 11 starters, the eighth race for the Dr Paul Wright Trophy to be contested by 14 starters, while race number 10 for the Lindy Delapenha Trophy will see 13 facing the starter and the closing race for the Karl Angell Trophy to be contested by a maximum field of 16.
A formerly lost flute concerto by the 18th century Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi, has been reconstituted by a researcher and will debuted yesterday at Scotland’s Perth Concert Hall.The Il Gran Mogol (The Great Mughal), a missing concerto by the composer, was unearthed in Scotland by Andrew Woolley. They were found in the papers of the Marquesses of Lothian, held at the National Archives of Scotland in Edinburgh. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… curt hopkins Related Posts The whole piece was performed by the British early music ensemble La Serenissima. Hopefully, either the group or the venue will release an accessible online recording of the performance in its entirety. The second violin part was incomplete and was finished by Woolley, a research fellow at Southampton University in the U.K., using the manuscript of another Vivaldi flute concerto, which appears to be a variant of Il Gran Mogol. The other concertos in the “national concertos” quartet to which this piece belongs, La Francia, La Spagna and L’Inghilterro, remain missing. Il Gran Mogol refers to India’s Mughal empire. Vivaldi’s pieces have turned upbefore, so the idea they rest of the quartet’s concertos may eventually be found is not completely out of the question. The reconstructed score will also be on display at a nearby library. 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Tags:#international#music#web
A former Ghana football coach said the country’s football was ‘going nowhere’ because the players were ‘having too much sex,’ according to a local news report.”A lot of today’s players cannot play 90 minutes because they get so tired easily. And you know why? Because they don’t sleep enough and don’t train enough and they engage in too much sex. There are beautiful young girls in Ghana and they won’t leave them alone.” Malik Jabir said, speaking to a national radio station.Currently the under-23 coach, 71-year-old Jabir represented the Black Stars at the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games and coached Ghana in 2003. “There is time for sex and time for football, but if you mix the two, you will never reach the top,” he said according to a report in Diario AS.The Black Stars’ are slated to play in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Uganda on Friday.Health experts have widely discredited claims that sex can affect athletic performances, but coaches don’t necessarily believe that. In a run-up to FIFA in 2014, a survey showd that Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile and Mexico had imposed explicit bans on sex for their players.”There will be no sex in Brazil. They can find another solution, they can even masturbate if they want. I am not interested what the other coaches do, this is not a holiday trip, we are there to play football at the World Cup,” Bosnia-Herzegovina’s soccer coach had famously told reporters two months before the tournament.Even late boxer Muhammad Ali abstained for six weeks before fights.advertisement