The W2POWER prototype, the first multi-turbine wind floating platform in Spain designed by the Spanish company ENEROCEAN S.L., was decommissioned from the PLOCAN’s test site on 17 October.The testing of the 1:6 scale prototype was carried out between June and October with an aim to collect information from different parameters that will allow further development and optimization of this multi-turbine platform.This test was carried out within the framework of the WIP10 + project (WIND INTEGRATED PLATFORM FOR 10+ MW POWER PER FOUNDATION).The project has been coordinated by ENEROCEAN (Spain), with the participation of INGETEAM (Spain), GHENOVA INGENIERIA (Spain) and TENSION TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL (UK), and PLOCAN as an outsourcing entity.The project has been funded within the framework of the European call Era-Net DEMOWIND, co-funded by several institutions including the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI).
Bhubaneswar: The Indian women’s hockey team has confirmed a place in the Tokyo Olympics after surviving an extraordinary fightback from the US in the second leg of their Olympic qualifier at the Kalinga stadium even as an elated skipper Rani Rampal on Sunday credited her team members, coaches and support staff for the achievement.In their game against the US, the opponents fought back from a 5-1 deficit in the first leg to level the score 5-5 in the first half. However, India put up an improved performance in the second half with skipper Rani Rampal scoring what turned out to be the winning goal in the 49th minute on Saturday.Taking to Twitter, the India skipper also said her team will give their best in the preparations for the mega event in Tokyo next year.“With a collective effort of our team members, coaches & support staff we have qualified for Tokyo Olympics but we will work hard for the next 8 months to perform our best in Tokyo 2020,” she tweeted on Sunday.The skipper also thanked the Union Sports Minister and the national federation for showing faith in her team.“Thanks to Hockey India, Kiren Rijiju Sir, Sports Authority of India (SAI), friends, family and fans for believing in us,” she added. IANSAlso Read: India men seal 2020 Tokyo Olympics berth with 7-1 drubbing of RussiaAlso Watch: Assam Martial Arts shines at World Martial Arts Games 2019 in London
Published on May 15, 2014 at 10:04 pm Contact Phil: firstname.lastname@example.org | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+ Rising sophomore guard Tasia Butler has transferred from Syracuse to James Madison, JMU Athletics announced Thursday.Butler leaves the Orange — as well as her older sister, Tiara, a rising redshirt-senior — after one year, and will sit out the upcoming season due to NCAA regulations. She will then have three years of eligibility with the Dukes.In her one season at Syracuse, the 6-foot-1 Butler appeared in 16 games. She averaged 5.3 minutes per game and less than one point, as she struggled to crack head coach Quentin Hillsman’s guard-heavy rotation.With all but three of SU’s 11 guards from this past season returning next year — and another guard in the incoming class — Butler would have faced the same challenge in 2014-15.Butler’s transfer moves her closer to home in Waldorf, Md., where she was a four-star recruit in high school before committing to Syracuse.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments
As the University of Wisconsin-Madison men’s basketball team prepares to take on two in-state programs this week — UW-Milwaukee Wednesday night and Marquette Saturday — the program relishes the chance to demonstrate its top dog status in the state.But as opposing players look for the chance to showcase their talents on the state’s biggest stage, the Badgers are prepared for the challenge.“This is their chance to show the coaches and the state maybe they made a mistake, that they’re good enough to be there,” UW-Madison freshman Alex Illikainen said. “So this is their shot. They’re coming in here with hometown pride and trying to kick your butt.”The raw UW-Madison freshman class will get its first taste of in-state rivalries, and with that, added opportunities to display their scoring prowess.By halftime of the Temple game, freshmen Charlie Thomas, Ethan Happ and Illikainen each had six points.“We can’t expect the older guys to do everything,” Illikainen said. “Obviously, they’re going to do most of it. They have the leadership … Every once in a while, we might need to step up and make a couple of shots.”There are still learning moments for this young group, though. After Thomas put the ball on the deck on consecutive possessions and turned it over during practice Tuesday, UW head coach Bo Ryan screamed “Don’t dribble the ball Charlie! Don’t dribble the ball!”Illikainen played nine minutes and tied his career-high in points against Temple. When Vitto Brown gets in foul trouble and Thomas needs a breather, Illikainen is the next man up.The minutes aren’t necessarily of concern to Illikainen right now, who’s just focused on getting better.“I’m just going to keep working in practice and try to maximize my time,” Illikainen said. “I’m happy and confident where I’m at, but if more comes that’d be great.”His next chance for more minutes will come against the Panthers Wednesday night. After starting the season with six straight wins, including a Cable Car Classic title, UW-Milwaukee has since declined.Their solid performances haven’t translated into wins as of late, as the team has gone 3-3 since that tournament. The Panthers’ run started with an eight-point loss to No. 18 Notre Dame, a game that — one would expect — could indicate better things to come since their program lost to a national powerhouse by a small-margin.But what has followed hasn’t been the case. Milwaukee went on to lose even closer games against Murray State (5-4) and Duquesne (6-2) while shooting at 43 percent in each. Duquesne shot 64.8 percent in that four-point overtime loss, and the loss against Notre Dame saw the Fighting Irish shoot at 57.1 percent.While the Panthers’ defense isn’t much to gloat about, offense has been consistent. Five Milwaukee players average over 10 points per game with forward Matt Tiby boasting a team-best 14.6 PPG. The senior also grabs 8.4 rebounds per game and will be his team’s focal point on offense.But Milwaukee’s true strength lies in their team play. As a unit, they shoot at 45 percent and average 75 points per game.Junior forward Hayes said during the team’s film session UW-Madison focused on the Panthers’ offense, and the number of screens and cuts they run presents a challenge.“It’ll make us have to communicate better, make sure we’re in the right spots, have our head on a swivel and make sure we’re communicating out there,” Hayes said. “Games like this and good teams like this always help us.”Hayes said given the high number of screens UW-Milwaukee runs, he doesn’t anticipate guarding Tiby one-on-one throughout the game. He’s recently taken on the chore of guarding the team’s best player (with the exception of guards), most notably when UW played Oklahoma and Hayes matched up against Buddy Hield last month.Hayes has been finding his stride in his offensive game and on the glass during Wisconsin’s last three games. Over the season’s first six games, Hayes pulled down 23 rebounds. In the last three, he’s hauled in 35 boards.He averaged 14 points throughout the first six games, but has averaged 17.7 points in the last three.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer are the three players shortlisted for the world footballer of the year award.Former Manchester United forward Ronaldo was the 2013 winner of the Ballon d’Or.His victory ended Messi’s three year run as winner.This year has seen Neuer win the German league and cup with Bayern Munich, and the World Cup with Germany. The 25 year old was nominated for the incredible volley she scored for Peamount United in the Women’s National League last October.Roche is battling James Rodriguez of Colombia and the Netherlands’ Robin Van Persie for their World cup goals against Uruguay and Spain respectively.She will join them in Zurich for the Ballon d’Or awards ceremony on 12th January, when the winner will be announced.
CUBE has announced that the marketing agency is adding an esports division with the addition of Peter Stromberg as CEO, Esports Agent Erik Askered and former Counter Strike player Emil “HeatoN” Christensen as Senior Adviser.These additions come with a vast resume in esports as all are former employees of fellow agency Orlando John. Stromberg, as former CEO, now takes his title to CUBE while Christensen, who has been an Orlando John client since early 2017, will now apply his esports experience as an Adviser.From left: Olof Lindblom, Emil “HeatoN” Christensen, Christoffer Bergmann, Erik Askered, Peter Strömberg. Credit: CUBE E-SPORTSCUBE E-SPORTS CEO Peter Stromberg said he’s excited to continue working with Emil Christensen: “CUBE’s engine gives us an even better opportunity to keep producing qualitative content and their multi-platform-setup fits us perfectly. Emil has a unique network and is one of the largest names in the esport industry. To be able to continue working alongside him in this business investment is incredibly exciting and he will have a key role when it comes to our goal becoming the leading agency for esport in the Nordics.”CUBE currently represents top influencers in Scandinavia and now adds esports to their repertoire. As part of the announcement, it will reportedly release podcasts ‘E-Sportpodden’ and ‘NiPCast’ at the end of the month.CUBE CEO Olof Lindblom stated: “The esport community is extremely attractive and we will be taking a clear role as an agency, just like we have previously done within fashion, lifestyle and music. Peter, Erik and Emil are all truly dream recruitment’s when taking this step, and we have high ambitions having three of Sweden’s greatest experts join our team, also with the numerous strong formats they bring in overnight.”Speaking to Esports Insider, Senior Adviser Emil “HeatoN” Christensen added: “As a former pro player I’m well aware of the amount of hours you have to put into your practice, and tending to your own brand is not always something you have time for. That’s where we come in. I’m very excited to continue alongside CUBE and help both esport professionals and influencers improve their brand and collaborations through their multi-platform setup. “Esports Insider says: A solid esports division launch for CUBE as they’ve brought on prominent names to head the new department. It’s curious to see numerous members, especially the CEO, leave Orlando John to join, but with a veteran player and personality like HeatoN on board, we’ll be keeping our eyes on the goings-on at CUBE E-SPORTS.
The BIH Football Representation has moved up one place on the FIFA list.They are now in 13th place, followed by England, Switzerland and Russia.The order of the top ten teams did not change. The leading team is Spain, in front of Germany and Columbia, and followed by Argentina in fourth and the Netherlands in fifth place.(Source: Fena)
The favorites of the ladies’s staff had a sophisticated day at the Australian Open. Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber saved a bad day from the prime gamers. Pliskova, Bencic and Vekic stayed out in the third sphericalHalep (4th) was the one with the least issues to resolve his dedication to the Kazakh Yulia Putintseva, which he gained by 6-1 and 6-Four in a single hour and 18 minutes. The Romanian had solely fallen 3 times at this level of a Grand Slam and prevented the fourth from coming with a solvent efficiency (26 successful pictures and 15 unforced errors). In the first set he broke his opponent’s serve 3 times and in the second he did it twice. In the second spherical he’ll face Belgian Elise Mertens (16th), who beat Catherine Bellis 6-1, 6-7 (5) and 6-0. Mertens had solely misplaced 5 video games in the match till this match and gave up seven towards the American, who had been away from the Grand Slams for a number of accidents. Kerber (17th) needed to endure to beat Italian Camila Giorgi, who beat 6-2, 6-7 (4) and 6-Three 2h: 08. After successful the first set, the German couldn’t discover the break in the second and succumbed in the tiebreaker. If he managed to interrupt the serve of his rival in the third spherical to get 3-1 and then endured nicely in his companies to make sure victory. Giorgi attacked relentlessly (49 winners), however failed lots (65). Kerber will face Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Monday, who shocked match quantity two head Karolina Pliskova in a match that was resolved in two playoffs (7-6 (4) and 7-6 (3) in 2h: 25) . The Czech had gained in the earlier six matches between earlier than and had solely given one set. Every participant added two breaks and with related numbers, the luck of the tie-break smiled extra to the Russian.Bencic (sixth) didn’t see the potential of Anett Kontaveit coming, which handed over him like a cyclone in a seen and unseen (6-0 and 6-1 in 49 minutes). The Estonian solely dedicated seven failures in the whole match and was extra aggressive than the Swiss, unusually apathetic and complaining. His physique language indicated that he was not feeling nicely and his rival took the alternative to enter for the second time in the fourth spherical of the Open. It is going to be measured with Iga Swiatek, who additionally gave the shock by interesting to the 19th favourite, Donna Vekic (7-5 and 6-Three in 1h: 44). The 18-year-old Polish, who eliminated Carla Suárez in the second spherical, solely misplaced her service as soon as and broke the Croatian’s 3 times. It’s the second time that he reaches eighth in a giant, after having completed it final 12 months at Roland Garros.Outcomes of the ladies’s staff of the Australian Open.
The Osasuna staff continues to work with an eye on San Mamés. A match in which they will not be sure the injured Moncayola and Chimy Ávila. But in addition, Jagoba Arrasate will have to wait to see if he can count on Arnaiz and Rubén García. The first has been training for a couple of days of his classmates due to a catarrhal picture. As to Rubén García, continues to exercise with less workload due to some discomfort in the hip, because of an injury to the external shutter that makes him doubt for the Bilbao meeting. Who seems to return to eleven, already recovered from the lumbar discomforts that prevented him from playing against Real Madrid, is the captain, Oier Sanjurjo, who stressed the importance of scoring in the Bilbao fief .: “Adding Sunday would be important because we have not had two days without doing it and this consists of addingFor that we are working, that’s why we train, that’s why we study the rivals every week and we want to add and with that idea we will go to the green of San Mamés. There are still fifteen games left, but we want to continue adding as soon as possible. “ The Navarrese does not hesitate to affirm that the match against Athletic is not one more: “We have another beautiful opportunity to add. Against Athletic it is always a special day and in its field it is a very attractive scenario and we want to show a good image and, above all, to regain a bit of solidity and that tactical work that we did well and that lately, perhaps, not. We have neglected a tad and it is clear that we have conceded a few goals in the last three games and there we have to improve. “
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