ON Semiconductor has released two new sensor boards for its Internet of Things (IoT) Development Kit (IDK) platform. The sensor boards include Bluetooth low energy technology and Smart Passive Sensors (SPS), further extending its capability for allowing customers to create diverse and unique use cases that target smart home/building, smart city, industrial automation and mHealth applications.The Bluetooth low energy board features the recently launched RSL10 multi-protocol Bluetooth 5 certified radio System-on-Chip (SoC). With the industry’s lowest deep sleep current and receive power, the RSL10 enables manufacturers to create IoT devices with an extended battery life. Its small form factor delivers the ultra-compact, cost effective end designs demanded by low power IoT sensor networks. By integrating the Bluetooth low energy board with the IoT Development Kit, customers get a complementary choice of connectivity for extending reach, and sensing and actuator options, including lighting and motors.The SPS board extends the IDK to capture data from ON Semiconductor’s battery-free wireless sensors that measure temperature, moisture and pressure. The sensors are ideal for industrial and other applications with hard to access areas where zero maintenance is a necessity, and battery replacement is a challenge. Pairing the SPS shield with the IDK enables rapid prototyping of IoT applications that require battery-free sensing and wide area or local connectivity and actuation options.Both the new sensor boards expand the configurable, modular options for sensing, actuation and wired/wireless connectivity of the IoT Dev Kit, thereby giving application designers complete flexibility agnostic of the communication protocol chosen. They offer rapid and easy start-up of projects right out of the box, allowing developers to deliver data directly into the cloud, thereby enabling value-added services, including analytics.The IDK boards are supplied with full documentation including complete design schematics, PCB layouts and Gerber files to facilitate rapid transition of designs from concept, through development and into production. The industry standard interfaces ensure that current and future modules from ON Semiconductor and other vendors can be seamlessly integrated into designs while the simple ‘cut-and-paste’ approach to end product design reduces R&D time, expense and risk.Click here to learn more about enabling IoT BLE Applications and Battery Free Sensing. ON Semiconductor is showcasing live demonstrations of the IDK at the ongoing IoT Tech Expo in the Silicon Valley.
Francisco Mancebo Perez of Matrix Powertag Japan bested all the riders in the LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2019, which closed in Pandan, Antique on Tuesday, Feb. 12. RONDA PILIPINAS SPANISH rider Francisco Mancebo Perez of Matrix Powertag Japan formalized his coronation at the close of LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2019 on Tuesday afternoon in Pandan, Antique.Perez – a Tour de France veteran – bested all the riders, including Filipinos Ronald Oranza of Navy-Standard Insurance and Dominic Perez of 7Eleven Cliqq-Air21 by Roadbike Philippines, to rule the five-day racefest.The 42-year-old Perez emerged victorious after tallying an aggregate time of 19:26:30 to claim his first title in a multi-stage race since topping the Tour of Egypt four years ago.“I’m so happy it was over and we won,” said Perez, a fifth place in Tour de France before. “The team, not just myself, worked hard to make this win happen, it was really teamwork.” Perez stuck with Oranza and Perez almost all throughout the fifth and final stage before winding up at 50th in the 148.9-kilometer stage, or 32 seconds off Stage 5 winner El Joshua Carino of Navy.Oranza, last year’s Ronda king, wound up second in the overall race and the best Filipino rider after he finished 3:20 behind Perez while the Filipino Perez wound up at third, or just three seconds behind Oranza.Navy’s Jan Paul Morales ended up fourth while Matrix’s Sano Junya, Korail Korea’s JooDaeyeong, 7Eleven’s Irish Valenzuela, Army-Bicycology’s Mark Julius Bordeos, 7Eleven’s Rustom Lim and Navy’s Rudy Roque complete the top 10.Perez’s Matrix squad also emerged as overall team classification winner with a total clocking of 58:31:36 ahead of 7Eleven (00:12) and Navy (0:56).Navy’s Junrey Navarra was overall points classification winner, 7Eleven’s George Oconer was the overall mountains classification, and Go for Gold’s Ismael Grospe emerged as the best under-23 rider./PN
RelatedWriter’s Block: Summer RainsBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com I sat in my living room watching TV a few nights ago when a tiny, brightly colored map of the Rio Grande Valley popped up in one corner of the screen. A marquee beside it spelled out a weather alert that rain would…June 2, 2017In “Editor’s Column”Writer’s Block: Butterflies and BloomsBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press firstname.lastname@example.org It’s been a rainy summer so far, with last month’s heavy rains followed by intermittent showers here and there across the Rio Grande Valley. And now that the mosquitos are mostly under control, you may have had a chance to notice another consequence…July 13, 2018In “Editor’s Column”Writer’s Block: Beautiful, Bountiful SummerBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press email@example.com It’s hot. It’s so hot that the first thing almost everyone says when coming into our office is how hot it is outside. While most of the Rio Grande Valley has been enduring triple digit heat indexes lately, we here along the coast…June 24, 2016In “Editor’s Column” By DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comHere today, gone tomorrow. It’s a cliché. And, like most clichés, the popularity of its usage comes from its truth.Such is the case with some ephemeral marvels I’ve witnessed during my daily travels this week. Perhaps you noticed them, too?It began Monday, on my first drive to work for the week.The rains have brought good news and bad for many across our region. For our neighbors to the west — those in Hidalgo County towns like Weslaco, Mission and Edinburg, the perpetual inundation has been an unwelcome guest upon soils still struggling to recover from the freak downpours earlier this summer.But, as was the case with those summer rains, the Laguna Madre region fared more favorably. Here, the rains have been gentle. They’ve caressed the land just enough to green grasses parched by heat, and invigorate potted plants slumped from drought-induced water restrictions.This time around, we’ve gotten good batches of rain every single day — mostly while we sleep. And it’s been that gentle, yet persistent, patter of precipitation that has coaxed forth dozens of tiny miracles.All along roadsides and verdant patches of grass throughout the Laguna Madre, one can see pale white specks among the green. Slender stalks capped by six dove-white petals fanning out towards slate grey skies still heavy with the promise of water.They’re rain lilies. However, some may know them by more wondrous names, like fairy lily or magic lily. And indeed, they do invoke a sense of the fantastic and the mystical. One could be forgiven for imagining that tiny Tinkerbell-sized fairies fly among the funnel-shaped blooms, such is the whimsy they inspire.Rain lilies can bloom in a variety of colors, including pink and yellow; however, here in the Rio Grande Valley, I’ve only ever seen them come in white. Bright yellow stamens stand in warm contrast at the flower’s center.It takes a good rain to bring them out of hiding. After a couple of days of the wet stuff, if the temperatures stay reasonable enough, and the ground pliant enough, you’ll wake up one morning to find that Tinkerbell and her friends have left a collection of them on your lawn.They grow singly. One flower per stem that rises above the rain-replenished grass. And they only last a day or two. That’s it.They can hide for years in the soil. You’d never even know they were there, waiting for a chance to bloom. Then one day, dozens and dozens of white blossoms bring their light to the greyness of a dreary day, a shadowy grey week.And just as quickly and quietly as they came, they disappear again. Just about the time that the rain dew dries from the blades of grass and the earth becomes firm enough to walk on without your feet sinking into the loam, they’re gone again. Until the next big rain.Maybe. If you’re lucky, and the lilies are feeling up to it.So, while the wet weather is still with us — and boy, is it going to stick around for a couple of days — take a moment to look at the patches of grass nearest you. You just might see some floral fairies of your own.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share
MEDINA, OHIO – The Highland Hornets put up 51 points Friday night and built a huge lead in their Suburban League showdown with Tallmadge, but in the end needed a late stand to win a crazy 51-43 game that sets up a huge week 10 battle next week at home with first-place Barberton.The Hornets had to be happy with beating a six-win Blue Devils team, but in the end have a lot of soul searching to do, as they built a 51-14 lead with 6:56 to play in the third quarter, only to win by eight after a furious Tallmadge rally.The Blue Devils scored 29 straight points thanks in part to a Hornets turnover, two successfully recovered onside kicks, and a couple huge conversions on fourth down on a 15-play drive that drew them to within one score with 4:13 to play.In the end though, the Blue Devils inability to stop two key players for the Hornets was their undoing, quarterback Matt Earnest and running back Jake Rogers.Earnest had a big night throwing as the Hornets built the big lead, as he went 12-for-13 for 239 yards and a pair of scores.He also caught a 25-yard touchdown pass on a trick play from tight end Ryan Federick to make it 22-7 early in the second quarter.The senior 6-foot quarterback also rushed for 35 yards on seven carries, while Rogers ran for 81 yards on 15 carries, as Highland built a 41-14 lead at halftime.Rogers also took back a punt 59 yards for a score to make it 35-7 with 4:39 to play in the first half, and then pulled in a two-point conversion to make it 37-7.The Tallmadge rally started after Earnest completed a quick three passes for an early third quarter score to extend the lead out to 44-14.The touchdown came when he hit Fredrick for a 20-yard score to give the Hornets the 30-point lead with 6:56 to play in the third quarter.The Blue Devils went 64 yards in nine plays with junior fullback Mike Yamokoski going in from a yard out, and with the two-point conversion it became a 51-22 game.Highland junior quarterback Jack McGinty fumbled the next Hornets snap, giving Tallmadge the ball at the Highland 49-yard line.Nine plays and 49 yards later Ty Shannon went in from five yards out on fourth down to draw the Blue Devils 51-28 with 9:23 left to play.The Blue Devils got an onside kick, and on the first play senior wide out Zach Boyd threw a 48-yard TD to junior wide out Jason Grassie to draw it to 51-36 game.After another onside recovery, the Blue Devils converted three fourth-down conversions and eventually scored on a 15-play drive with 4:13 left to make it a 51-43 game.The Hornets went right back to the starters, as Earnest and Rogers entered the game, and they ran nine plays, gaining three first downs before Rogers was stopped on a fourth-and-three from the Blue Devils 30, giving Tallmadge one last shot with :45 seconds left.Quarterback Sam Seeker threw incomplete, and on the second play was picked off by Jake Tecco to end the final Tallmadge threat and seal the Hornet win.Seeker went 14-for-29 with 113 yards and two interceptions. Shannon rushed for 66 yards on 14 carries, while Seeker ran for 126 yards on 12 carries in the loss.The Hornets now at 7-1, 5-1 in league play, will take on 9-0 Barberton next week in a game that could tie up the Suburban League: American Division.Tallmadge with their second straight loss falls to 6-3 on the year, and they will look to help their playoff hopes next Friday as they play Revere on the road. Player of the Game:Highland quarterback Matthew EarnestOn the ground the through the air, Earnest was the biggest offensive factor for the Hornets, as they built a 51-14 lead over Tallmadge in their eventual Friday night 51-43 win.He was 12-for-13 for 239 yards, throwing for two scores and also catching a score on a trick play from tight end Ryan Fedrick.Earnest also ran the ball for 35 yards on seven carries, as he helped Highland put up over 300 yards of offense in the first half in building a big 44-14 halftime lead.Click Below to See Pics of the Action Between the Hornets and Blue Devils Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Related TopicsHighland HornetsJake RogersMatthew EarnestTallmadge Blue Devils Team1234Final Highland15297051 Tallmadge7782143 Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede
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FINAL: Kentucky 45, South Carolina 38Check back here and at courier-journal.com for more coverage, videos and photos from the game tonight and Sunday.Read more: Instant Analysis | Kyle Tucker breaks down Kentucky’s 45-38 win over South CarolinaBig Win: UK comeback stuns S. CarolinaCrazy. pic.twitter.com/RgPe7fcQyr— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 5, 20141;05, 4Q: Kemp rushes 3 yards for a first down. South Carolina has one timeout left.1:31, 4Q: Ashley Lowery picks off Thompson. Wildcats have the ball at their own 38. South Carolina takes a timeout, has two left.2:29, 4Q: Kentucky takes the lead on a wild turn. Mike Douglas batted a pass into the air and Dupree snagged it and ran it in a few yards for a TD. Kentucky 45, South Carolina 38.<!–iframe–>2:46, 4Q: Kemp must have been OK because he missed one play before returning to score his third TD of the game, again on a wildcat play, from 5 yards. Kentucky 38, South Carolina 38.<!–iframe–>3:42, 4Q: Kemp breaks out to the USC 6, but appears to be hurt or dazed or maybe just purely exhausted. He’s up, walking to the sideline with a little help. He’s definitely emptying the tank tonight. He’s up to 121 yards on 13 carries, 2 TDs.<!–iframe–>6:06, 4Q: Kentucky forces a crucial punt. Wildcats take a fair catch at their own 25, down a touchdown. South Carolina 38, Kentucky 31.8:06, 4Q: Kemp takes it the last yard for his second TD of the night. Gives him 52 yards on nine carries. South Carolina 38, Kentucky 31.<!–iframe–>8:08, 4Q: A scrambling Towles finds Blue for a 15-yard pass and first down that brings the Wildcats to the USC 8. Next play, Kemp carries UK to the 1. Second and goal.11:45, 4Q: The South Carolina ground game took command again as Davis caps an eight-play, 73-yard drive that saw Davis finish the job with a 26-yard TD run. South Carolina 38, Kentucky 24.End of 3Q: South Carolina 31, Kentucky 24.Gamecocks open the fourth quarter with a second-and-11 at their own 26.1:48, 3Q: South Carolina takes control again, this time on a 12-yard Pharoh Cooper reception. He had to put a little spin move on it at the 5, too. South Carolina 31, Kentucky 24. UK RB Jojo Kemp is hugged by head coach, Mark Stoops, after the University of Kentucky Wildcats Football game against the South Carolina Gamecocks in Lexington, KY. Saturday, October 4, 2014.9:40, 3Q: South Carolina doesn’t let UK’s first lead of the game last long. The Gamecocks move 85 yards in five plays, capped by a 25-yard Shon Carson TD run. Kentucky 24, South Carolina 24.11:45, 3Q: Towles finds Ryan Timmons – who appeared to be the only person for three miles in any direction – for a 48 TD on a tricky play that started in the wildcat, turned into a reverse and made its way to Towles, who had lined up as a receiver. Kentucky 24, South Carolina 17.<!–iframe–>13:56, 3Q: South Carolina defensive back D.J. Smith gets ejected for targeting against Garrett Johnson. Kentucky still moving, now with a first-and-10 at their own 46.A quick look at some key numbers:Patrick Towles is 13-for-18 for 127 yardsBraylon Heard has 61 yards and a TD on four carries.Jojo Kemp has two carries for 15 yards and a TD.Six UK receivers have caught at least a pass, led by Demarcus Robinson (three catches, 37 yards).About Head playing the wildcat: The Ol’ Ball Coach had something to say at the break.<!–iframe–>South Carolina’s Mike Davis had 90 yards rushing in the first quarter and just 16 in the second quarter. The Gamecocks have 142 yards and two TDs rushing and QB Dylan Thompson is 12-for-20 for 80 yards and an interception.END OF FIRST HALF: Kentucky 17, South Carolina 17.:05, 2Q: Towles hits Garrett Johnson with a 23-yard pass and MacGinnis kicks a 47-yard field goal as time expires to send it to halftime tied 17-17.:22, 2Q: Stamps continues having a huge night, this time finally getting a hold on a South Carolina pass instead of just batting it away. His 50-yard interception return sets up Wildcats at the USC 42.3:42, 2Q: The night started out looking like it’d be a long one for Kentucky, but the Wildcats offense is now matching the Gamecocks. UK scores on a three-play drive. Braylon Heard runs for 15 yards, Towles finds Robinson for 20 yards and Heard runs in a 38-yard score. South Carolina 17, Kentucky 14.<!–iframe–>4:45, 2Q: South Carolina’s Elliot Frye kicks a 31-yard field goal. South Carolina 17, Kentucky 7.6:20, 2Q: The ball is knocked out of Towles hands 10 yards behind the line of scrimmage and South Carolina recovers at the UK 34. South Carolina 14, Kentucky 7.9:15, 2Q: Kemp gets the Cats on the board with a 3-yard rush out of the wildcat. That UK drive was 6 plays, 52 yards. Kemp now has 15 yards and a TD on two carries. South Carolina 14, Kentucky 7.<!–iframe–>@KyleTucker_CJ pres Cap hanging out in the Student Section. pic.twitter.com/KLKtxvSUVN— Vuick (@FewLoveTheDew) October 5, 201410:48, 2Q: Javess Blue lines up in the slot and grabs a pass for a big 19-yard gain for UK, which is now inside the USC 25.11:43, 2Q: Thompson overthrows on third down and South Carolina punts from its own end zone. Wildcats take over at the UK 48. South Carolina 14, Kentucky 0.12:32, 2Q: Jojo Kemp takes a wildcat snap and rushes 12 yards for a first down, but Brison Williams kills the Cats’ drive by batting down a third-down pass. Deep punt pins South Carolina at their own 8 to start the drive.14:42, 2Q: Davis does it again, this time scoring from 2 yards. South Carolina 14, Kentucky 0.Davis already has 90 yards and 2 TDs on 11 carries.End of 1Q: South Carolina 7, Kentucky 01:40, 1Q: Injured cheerleader update: South Carolina’s Lauren West is OK, moving all her body parts, according to TV crew.4:13, 1Q: Davis made short work of that 18-yard loss. He rushes 40 yards to midfield, stopped only by Marcus McWilson.That is Kentucky ball. The worst call I have seen in a long time. SC is very lucky there. Continues a history that needs to be addressed.— Rich Brooks (@UKcoachbrooks) October 5, 20144:42, 1Q: Ruling on the field will stand – South Carolina loses 18 yards but retains possession.4:42, 1Q: South Carolina QB Dylan Thompson had to chase down a high snap and had to fall on the ball before Bud Dupree wrestled it from what looked like between Thompson’s shins. After getting some heat from Mark Stoops, the officials are sending this one to review.5:00, 1Q: Kentucky QB Patrick Towles hit Demarco Robinson for a 15-yard gain on the Wildcats’ first offensive play, but a clipping penalty and an incomplete pass led to the first punt of the game.7:04, 1Q: Certainly not the best start for Kentucky’s defense. South Carolina’s Mike Davis was able to pick up some big gains early (back-to-back runs of 15 and 9 yards on the first offensive plays), and UK got a scare when DE Za’Darius Smith went down with an injury, though he walked off the field on his own and was back in action shortly after.But the 19-play drive kept the Gamecocks perfect in the red zone this year (now 18 for 18 with 13 touchdowns) as Davis punched in a 1-yard TD. That was the first first-half TD scored against UK this season. South Carolina 7, Kentucky 0.NFL offensive line, NFL running back vs. shaky run defense could be a long night for Kentucky.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 4, 2014PREGAMERefresh this page throughout the game for updates as the Wildcats look to prove they’re SEC contenders against South Carolina.Definite big-game vibe throughout the stadium tonight. This is a major moment in the Mark Stoops era at Kentucky.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 4, 2014 UK crowd at the anthem. Blackout a success. pic.twitter.com/fCnWrvcrUc— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 4, 2014Chat with fans and writers: : Fan Hot Spot UK-South Carolina game threadKentucky’s Braylon Heard breaks free from the pack to score his first touchdown.
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On the internet you can see even those years old video of Dominik Radi stl krsn gl nkami pes hlava. In the past seasons, the Croatian footballer did not receive so much joy. Sp would rather forget about her.He did not win with Rudar Velenje in a single way, twelve draws meant a sovereign last place and a descent from the highest Slovenian competition. twenty-three years old tonk hit ptkrt, in the spring bag not once. Olomouc had it on his radar as a tip reinforcement.We watched him for a long time. We had a group who studied it under a microscope. We had an interest in it in the winter, but it was under contract, said Sigma coach Radoslav Ltal. It was possible to go to one of the first league clubs in the US and in Poland, but we still agreed.It’s mole here, we just had a thorn in the water, we couldn’t try tactical things. We will work with him, let’s face it, Ltal has no doubt that this time, unlike Tandir, it didn’t work next to Olomouc. Dominik looked at the market, Martin Nepor, a competitor in the river.In what condition did the native of Hanover arrive at Hana? We’re checking on him, his heartbeat. Let’s see how it falls. After the match, he reached. He had a holiday for five days, otherwise he was in trouble with a must. I know that it will not be bad, pumt Ltal, who promises himself from the reinforcement that he will replace the spared Luke Julie, or his eight spring hits.Compensation for Julie’s insole? V Olomouci v, e Chorvat RadiWith the ending, Hanci dragged him sweat. And this was confirmed by the match against the league newcomer, he barely drank his first hour, but Chytil, Nepor, Zahradnek and Yunis gradually failed in these positions. And it was 0: 2.We will silently gl, that is n problem. We also had a lot of anc; those in the first half, in the second Zahradnek goes to glman, we don’t smoke again and we get from the break. We’re fighting darkness, Ltal lamented.After Radie’s departure, Jakub Yunis will leave to the guest house, especially with me offers from the first league in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. And for one reinforcement to the storage set Sigma jet cl.We have something to discuss. It’s sloit. It’s an above-standard game, but we can’t get his full salary. His club has to help with the darkness, he wants to have a new TV for the first round at home against Liberec on August 22nd.
Eighteen-year old Akuka William Awunime masterminded one of the major upsets in the history of the annual Accra Milo Marathon by winning the 2011 edition held on Wednesday.Awunime, who hails from the Ashanti Region, brushed aside challenges from defending champions, Godwin Adukpo and five-time winner Emmanuel Zigah to claim the topmost honour in the Silver Jubilee edition of the 42.2 Kilometre race in a time of 2-hours 26-minutes 2-seconds (2:26:2).He beats Adukpo’s 2:28:40 recorded time in 2010, but fell short of Anthony Yin’s all-time best of 2:22:38 in 2004.The 18-year old received a cash prize of GH¢10,000 and assorted products and souvenirs from sponsors, Nestle Ghana Limited for his feat.The highly favoured Adukpo, winner in 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 finished fourth whilst Zigah, the most decorated in the history of the annual competitions with triumphs in 2000,2001,2002,2003 and 2006 settled for a disappointing 10th position.Kassim Mohamed of the Ghana Air Force finished second whilst Agambira Akakiya of the Ashanti Region placing third. Mohamed received GH¢7,500 whilst Akakiya had GH¢5,000 plus assorted products and souvenirs from sponsors. In an address, Vice President John Mahama underscored the importance of joining keep fit clubs since it provided an avenue to exercise regularly which keeps the body in good shape.Moataz El Hout, Managing Director of Nestle Ghana Limited pledged the company’s commitment to the event, which had served as a platform for the public to exercise and win attractive prizes.He said his company’s association with the annual competition had propelled it to a higher standard whilst commending the organizers – Dansoman Keep Fit Club and other sponsors for their role in ensuring a successful event.In the Women’s mass sports category which covered the same distance, there was a new winner in Lydia Ataa Afia of the Ashanti Region, who clocked 2:57:11. Nine-time winner Millicent Boadi did not take part in the race this year.Elizabeth Botsor of the Ghana Police Service placed second in a time of 3:02:48 whilst Gifty Abbey of the Ghana Prisons Service finished third at 3:22:18. The winner, first runner-up and second runner-up went home with GH¢10,000; GH¢7,500 and GH¢5,000 cash prizes plus souvenirs and products from sponsors.Ernest Adjei of the Western Region came top in the U-15 Boys category whilst Joseph Kofi Mmonor of Greater Accra and Thomas Mensah, also of Western Region finished second and third respectively.In the Girls U-15 category, Georgina Atsitso of the Volta Region was the winner. She was trailed by Esther Yampoh of Ashanti Region and Ayuaha Mama of Upper East in that order.The winners in both categories received GH¢1,200; GH¢800 for the first runners-up and GH¢500 for the second runners-up. They covered a distance of 15 kilometres.Seventy-two year old Osei Tutu of the North Kaneshie Keep Fit Club was named the oldest participant in the 42.2 Kilometer race.
Zurich and the Toronto Maple Leafs seem to always find their way into the same sentence when it comes to restricted free agents. Last October it was where the William Nylander-Kyle Dubas “summit” reportedly happened. This year, it looks like Mitch Marner is considering suiting up in the Swiss city while awaiting a new deal.Sportnet 650’s Rick Dhaliwal reported on Twitter that he was informed by European sources Marner’s camp “has already contacted the Zurich Lions of the Swiss League.” TSN’s Hockey Insider Darren Dreger confirmed the information on Twitter. 24 days to training camp and still no Brock Boeser deal.Some RFA ’ s might be looking for a place to play if no deal, European source tells me Mitch Marner camp has already contacted the Zurich Lions of the Swiss League.— Rick Dhaliwal (@DhaliwalSports) August 20, 2019Reports are accurate the Marner camp has had discussions with Zurich. Wouldn’t be surprised to see him go there to train in early Sept. Dubas and Ferris met last week. Positive talks, but no progress.— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) August 20, 2019Later Tuesday, the Zurich Lions confirmed that Marner’s camp reached out. The ZSC Lions have been asked by the European agent if Mitch @Marner93 can participate in our practice. Whether and when the player will train with Zurich is not decided yet.#Marner #ZSCLions #MapleLeafs— ZSC Lions (@zsclions) August 20, 2019According to The Athletic’s James Mirtle, Marner, who is coming off an impressive 94-point season in which he led the Leafs in scoring, is reportedly looking for a bridge deal while Toronto wants to lock down the 22-year-old long term. Marner could attend next month’s training camp without a deal in place by paying “the insurance premium,” as per Dreger, but that wouldn’t make much sense from the right winger’s viewpoint. As he told reporters back in July, he won’t attend camp without a contract in place: “There’s so much risk with that and it’s just something you don’t want to risk.”Now, if the Zurich Lions sound familiar to you, they should. Fellow Leaf Auston Matthews skated with the team back in 2015-16 prior to getting selected first overall at the 2016 NHL Draft. Last season, former teammate Dominic Moore suited up for 11 games after signing a deal in January. For Marner, who is an emerging star in the league with 224 points in 241 career games, the impasse makes sense — he wants a short-term deal knowing he’ll sign a monster contract in three years’ time, while the Leafs want him in blue and white for years to come. Regardless of the contract, what Dubas does not want is a waiting game where a deal is signed just prior to time running out on Dec. 1 — again.