Officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have confirmed that a woman’s body that was found on the shore of a Miami Beach is one of the victims of a fatal boat crash that occurred over the weekend.The body of 28-year-old Jennifer Munoz Cadavid was found near First Street and Collins Avenue around 7:00 am Monday, where the couple, Chris and Elis Colgann, who she was boating with were pronounced dead after their boat crashed into Government cut Saturday. Cadavid’s boyfriend Troy Forte, who was also on the boat at the time, was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition.According to the couple’s 16-year-old Chris Colgann Jr, his parents went out with two friends to celebrate his mother’s birthday while he and his friend went out on another boat, however, when they returned home, they there was no word of his parents or of the other couple. He later learned of the accident after finding several photos.Investigators reported that at some point during the boat ride, the boat hit the jagged rocks and immediately capsized killing all on board but one.While officials left to boat on the jetty Sunday night, they have since removed the wrecked after locating the fourth boater.
Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Division of Exceptional Student Learning Support, in partnership with Accelify, presents the inaugural Educating All Students with Excellence (EASE) conference,” on Friday, October 5, 2018, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., at Signature Grand, 6900 State Road 84, Davie, FL 33317. EASE is an innovative and engaging day of professional development on inclusion, which brings parents, school administrators, general and special education teachers, and service providers together for a day filled with informative, educational and awareness-building sessions on a broad range of special education topics. The theme for this inaugural event, which is scheduled to take place during the observance of Florida’s Disability History and Awareness Weeks, is “Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Disabilities.” Conference attendees can choose from a variety of concurrent interactive sessions and presentations from both practitioners and expert leaders in the field. Attendees will participate in sessions that inform and support work with children with special needs and their families. Parents will leave better prepared to advocate for their child’s success in school and will have the opportunity to participate in sessions that help them understand how to navigate the special education process from pre-kindergarten through post-graduation. General and special education teachers, and service providers can participate in sessions that inform and support their work with children with special needs and their families. School administrators will gain insight from leading special education experts on promoting inclusive school environments, coupled with evidence-based practices, data collection and data-based decision-making. EASE also offers opportunities to connect with other professionals and exchange ideas, resources and best practices.For questions about the conference, how to become a partner or for vendor information, contact Andrea JohnBaptiste at 954-742-9166 or EASE@axumhq.com. read more
StumbleUpon Share Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020 Submit Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Share Related Articles Having triggered Article 50, The UK enters a new political landscape as it negotiates its withdrawal from the European Union. Setting a two-year target for EU exit, Brexit has been labelled the most important UK political mandate of modern times. Fraught with risks and intriguing political contexts, SBC’s ‘Bookies Corner’ asks industry stakeholders how political betting markets will be impacted as Brexit becomes a reality._________________________________________Graham Sharpe – William HillSBC: Britain has to renegotiate its European relationship on trade, immigration, finance, laws, security. What makes bookmakers so sure that the UK will leave the EU by 2019?Graham Sharpe (William Hill Politics): All the talk has been of a two-year process, and that remains the government’s target. Given that Article 50 was triggered relatively early in the year, 2019 is the obvious favourite, and where most of the money has gone.However, as this is a unique situation no one can be absolutely sure whether it will take place speedily in order to get it ‘out of the way’ as it were, or whether the difficulties involved in getting agreements from the 20plus remaining members of the EU will slow progress down. So, it isn’t so much that we are ‘sure’ but that the ‘smart money’ is backing the 2019 option.Matthew Shaddick – LadbrokesSBC: Has Brexit changed all political dynamics…is ‘Remain vs. Leave’ the new ‘Left vs Right’ of UK politics. If so, how does this impact market odds and research?Matthew Shaddick (Ladbrokes, Head of Politics): It’s certainly an important factor, but maybe not as dominating as some commentators claim.For example, lets Take the Stoke-On-Central by-election. A very heavily pro-Leave seat, but UKIP did relatively poorly in there. Similarly, the Lib Dems have managed to do very well in some recent council by-elections in places which voted Leave.Certainly, the Lib Dems can maybe expect to do better in the metropolitan areas that went for Remain. Labour are definitely in a tricky spot over the issue, but I’d say their problems are still more to do with the leadership in general.Mirio Mella, PinnacleSBC: If PM Theresa May does not progress with Brexit negotiations in 2017, does May need to call for an early UK General Election?Mirio Mella (Pinnacle, Head of Customer Engagement): Well, as with everything Brexit related ‘progress’ is very much a matter of opinion.Certainly, if by the end of the year there isn’t clarity on the big issues such as the status of EU Nationals and a rough idea of the cost of the divorce, then the PM will face pressure to call an early election. That is notwithstanding all the unknown unknowns like the recent ructions over the Rock.Of course, the electorate chooses a party, not a PM, but an election would essentially seek a vote of confidence in a manifesto which would largely be aBrexit negotiation plan.An early General Election would also give punters another chance to see whether betting odds can accurately reflect the underlying probability of political markets after the damage done by the Brexit and Trump shocks.Paddy PowerSBC: Who have been the political winners of Brexit (if any)…and how will they fair if an Election is called?Paddy Power (Paddy Power Politics): The big winner of Brexit other than our punters, was Theresa May! Not only was she catapulted from MP to PM by the referendum result, but she’s also found herself at the centre of a generation-defining process.And it doesn’t look like she’s going anywhere – a Conservative Majority at the next election is heavily odds-on (8/13). However…I don’t know which is more cause for celebration – her huge career advancement, or having her legs feature on the front of the Daily Mail.________________________Want to participate on SBC’s ‘Bookies Corner’? Please contact email@example.com read more
Stars Group relaunches affiliate profile with Income Access May 22, 2019 Share Related Articles FRESH8 to elevate bwin’s German advertising channels July 16, 2019 StumbleUpon ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure August 27, 2020 Submit Share Amaya Inc sports betting subsidiary BetStars has partnered with industry content and dynamic advertising specialists Fresh8 Gaming to optimise the targeting of its programmatic marketing campaigns.Fresh8 technology has been selected to drive optimal targeting with improved messaging relevancy by delivering personalised adverts to individual users and segments.Zeno Ossko, Managing Director of BetStars, commented on Fresh8 technology, “We were looking for a partner that could deliver effective campaign promotions. The real-time automated application of the Fresh8 platform means we can ensure a highly relevant marketing campaign wherever we advertise. We’re looking forward to see what Fresh8 can delivers to us.”Andrew SharlandBetStars marketing will initially roll-out Fresh8 provisions for upcoming UK programmatic campaigns, with a view to further implement the technology across its European divisions in the coming months.A pleased Andrew Sharland Managing Director of Fresh8 Gaming welcomed BetStars as new partners “Exciting brands such as BetStars need technology that reduces the manual process of asset creation and optimisation. We are proud to have been selected through an open and competitive tender.”“Programmatic advertising and data led technologies will transform the way sports betting operators buy media. However, even with all these technological advances, advertisers struggle to use their data and insight to deliver truly personalised creative delivery of experiences due to sports betting’s challenging product set. The Fresh8 technology platform will ensure that all BetStars messaging is highly relevant in real time to the consumer, the content, and the real time sports betting product.” read more
And in the three days after learning the brutal truth about Sterling, the Clippers handled themselves with such class and dignity the sports world was helpless not to be impressed.The Clippers took the floor Tuesday at Staples Center to the thunderous applause of a city now connected to them like never before. And across the country, they’ve been embraced as America’s team.The dynamics of the love affair Los Angeles now has with the Clippers matter not. That it took the hateful words of their owner for the rest of the world to finally notice and embrace them is of little significance.The Clippers didn’t deserve to get caught up in the shameful storm their owner created, but they do merit the love and respect they enjoy in its aftermath.Simply by rising above Sterling’s pettiness to be the better men, they showed us how to channel anger into purpose.By carrying themselves in a professional, dignified manner while letting process play out and punishment be carried out — patiently, peacefully and respectfully — they proved there is no substitute for class.Athletes like Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan no longer are just names in a box score or images on a highlight show.They are men of high character and poignant examples to learn from and emulate.Doc Rivers isn’t just a basketball coach. He is a stately leader with an honesty and practicality we can all admire.The adulation for them isn’t bestowed frivolously.They earned it by the grace they showed during a turbulent situation that would have turned less disciplined men angry and ugly.And as they peer up at those clear, blue skies, an opportunity appears.For the first time, the Clippers have an honest chance to change their history.By seizing the moment and carrying on their season with a pronounced playoff run, they can thrust themselves higher and farther than ever before. No matter what happens here on out, the Clippers have elevated themselves to unprecedented levels in their history.But by ridding themselves of the Golden State Warriors in the first round, then scaling the Western Conference mountain upward and onward to the NBA Finals, they permanently can etch themselves on the national sports scene.And there is no going back from that.We’ve seen this before when the New Orleans Saints captured the hearts of America in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Much like the Clippers, the Saints lived a curious life of mismanagement, obscurity and under-achievement before disaster hit.Hurricane Katrina forced us to take a deeper look at the Saints, and as they galvanized their city through toughness and determination and impressed us with pride and class we couldn’t help but adopt them as our own.That they went on to lift the spirits of New Orleans by winning the Super Bowl only strengthened our respect.The Saints never have been the same, and neither has our admiration for them.The Clippers stand similarly poised at the moment, thrust into a misfortune caused by others only to emerge as a valuable example of dignity.Now they have a chance to alter their course of history.The key now is to keep on winning.The went to sleep last Friday as L.A.’s other professional basketball team.They awoke Saturday as America’s team.Over the next month, they can cement themselves as a permanent, relevant fixture in Los Angeles and beyond.Blue skies indeed. Meanwhile, as they glanced upward, it was nothing but beautiful, clear skies.It was a curious sight to behold, a once-beleaguered franchise that for so long fought for relevance in its own city now finding itself the apple of everyone’s eye.The Clippers went to bed last Friday minimally embraced by Los Angeles, buried so deep beneath the Lakers, Dodgers and USC football that All-Star guard Chris Paul was met by boos when he recently showed up on the video screen at Dodger Stadium.On the national scene, they remained that other NBA team in the city of Angels.When they woke up Saturday to the news their owner harbors a deep dislike for minorities, specifically African-Americans, a race that makes up 90 percent of the Clippers roster and most of its coaching staff, an entire country cast a caring eye on them. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error OAKLAND — There is a particular shade of blue in the sky after the dark clouds clear following a heavy rainstorm.The air is fresh, the sun glistens and if you glance up at just the right moment it’s almost like you can see forever.Such was the view from the Clippers’ vantage point upon NBA Comissioner Adam Silver banning owner Donald Sterling for life Tuesday for the racism and hatred he spewed during a taped conversation with his girlfriend.The ominous cloud of Sterling had moved on, hopefully forever, and the Clippers could breathe again. read more
Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | The Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Monday postponed the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between Kenya and Sierra Leone due to be held in Nairobi.World football governing body FIFA suspended the Sierra Leone Football Association in October in a row over government interference.“Seeing that Sierra Leone is still under suspension by FIFA, please note that the above mentioned match will not take place,” CAF’s deputy director of competitions Khaled Nassar said in a letter to the Football Kenya Federation on Monday. Two previous Group F qualifiers, between Sierra Leone and Ghana, were also postponed.Kenya lead the group with seven points from three games, followed by Ethiopia with four from four games, while Ghana, with three from two matches, are tied in third with Sierra Leone which played two qualifiers before its suspension.Both the winner and runner-up will qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.Share on: WhatsApp read more
The new Apple iPad has barely seen 20 hours of use and already the first tournament of the 2010-11 High School athletic season is on the horizon.The 38th annual High School Senior Girl’s Invitational Volleyball Tournament is capturing center stage beginning Friday at the J. Lloyd Crowe gymnasium in Trail.The five-team event has two teams from the Nelson area to help tip off the season — Mount Sentinel Wildcats and L.V. Rogers Bombers.“This is our first event and we are quite curious with what to expect,” said longtime Mount Sentinel skipper Joe Moreira on the eve of what many believe is his final season of coaching at the high school level.“This year’s team has a very different look from past years (there are) no super stars (like Katie Wayling on last year’s team); just a bunch of girls that are very committed and work very hard.”The Wildcats are led by senior Jessica Paulson, the player with the most experience on the team having played beach volleyball at the 2010 B.C. Summer Games in Langley.The bulk of the squad comes from the rookie level as Mount Sentinel boasts six Grade 10s on the team.The Bombers, coached by Jennifer Kidd, has a team consisting mostly of Grade 11 players eager to build on last season.Golden Eagles, early favourite Selkirk Storm of Kimberley and host J, Lloyd Crowe Hawks join the Bombers and Wildcats for the two-day tournament.LVR meets the Hawks at 2 p.m. to open the tournament while Mount Sentinel meets Golden at 5 p.m.The round robin draw continues through Saturday with the playoffs starting at 2:20 p.m. with medal games.The top two teams square off to determine the champion while the third and fourth-place clubs battle for the bronze medal.Mount Sentinel finished fifth at the 2009 B.C. High School Girl’s Single-A Volleyball championships in Kelowna. The goal this season is to first get back to the championships and to improve on that finish.“We are going to be challenged to compete with the best teams in the province,” said Moreira of his Single-A team, “but it will be fun to try.”SIDE OUT: The Mount Sentinel boy’s travel to Creston Friday to participate in the Prince Charles Comets Volleyball Tournament. It’s also the first action of the season for teams entered. In 2009 Mount Sentinel finished 10th overall at the 16-team B.C. High School AA Boy’s Volleyball Championships in Kelowna. read more
The Nelson Peewee Reps recently found its way to the winner’s circle during a Minor Hockey Tournament in Penticton.The Reps dusted off four opponents before edging South Delta 3-1 in the final to capture the overall title. Staff at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to add to the celebration with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, back row, L-R, Kyle Patton, Blake Markin-Hellekson, Cam Paterson, Reese Tambellini, Hudson Fillion, Brenden Vulcano, Cody Barnes, Allen Fillion, Erik Nystrom and head coach Vince Vulcano.Middle, Mike Zarikoff, Angus Paterson, Kiefer Barclay, Max Spielman, Shayla Elias, Jackson Herridge and Brody Herridge.Front, Reece Hunt and Taylor Harrison.
Nihilism. The first time was a mirage. In the second half the worst of cholismo returned this season. Only with one change (in the 58th minute he got Carrasco and took out Lodi, who left the pitch visibly angry), Simeone made the team worse. He removed a good medium (Saul) to put him on the side (horrible in the pass) and removed the striker who held her (Vitolo) to put him in a band, referring to Carrasco, who does not know how to be a reference. The team looked like this: Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Beautiful, Saul; Llorente; Thomas, Koke, Vitolo; Carrasco and Correa. And, the worst thing for the jaded red and white fans who whistled, put the team back and gave the ball to Granada and Oblak returned to give the three points with their stops. Atlético needed to win and he did it, but he showed again that he needs a lot of tactical work and an improvement in team leadership. Simeone raised her arms and only those from the south end followed. He made a move to get Lemar a couple of times and had ten minutes waiting until he made a double change in the 87th minute (Lemar for Koke and Toni Moya for Vitolo). Atletico finished the game locked in their area with this eleven: Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Beautiful, Saul; Llorente, Thomas, Toni Moya, Lemar; Carrasco and Correa. The Atleti of Simeone returned to throw a time to nothing. And he returned to apology of football nihilism. Koke in the middle. Simeone’s eleven was formed by Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Beautiful, Lodi; Llorente, Thomas, Koke, Saul; Vitolo and Correa. Arranged in 1-4-4-2 with an offensive variant rhombus in the center of the field with Koke at the vertex behind the two points. Unlike Leganés, the last home game, Atlético started playing in Granada. And it took just five minutes to get ahead on the scoreboard with a pass from Koke to Correa and a good definition of the Argentine. It became clear again that the Atlético captain must play in the middle and not in the band (he has run so much sacrificing himself in a position that is not his own that, with 28 years, Koke has already turned the odometer). And it was also clear that it is normal for Atleti to send in his field.Direct football. The pressure on the rival lasted about half an hour. The plan was to try to neutralize, hinder or hinder the long throwing of Granada’s defenses and from there quickly combine looking for the Aaron area. When Atlético had to build from behind Simeone insisted on direct football this time throwing Saul on the left and Vrsaljko on the right. read more
1 England Under-21s are waiting to find out whether Alex Pritchard’s European Championship is over.Having impressed as a substitute in the defeat to Portugal, the 22-year-old was handed a starting berth in the Young Lions’ must-win clash with Sweden.Pritchard repaid Gareth Southgate’s faith with an exciting display in the 1-0 win, albeit he only managed 55 minutes before going off with an ankle injury.The England Under-21s boss admitted it “didn’t look very good” for the Tottenham winger, who was seen hobbling around on crutches, with his right foot in a protective boot.Pritchard had the injury assessed on Monday afternoon and the Young Lions are now waiting to hear the prognosis.Losing the diminutive attacker would be a blow for an England side already robbed of top scorer Saido Berahino through a knee injury.The West Brom forward was replaced in the squad by Wolves’ Benik Afobe, while John Stones missed the opening two games with suspected concussion.The Everton defender trained with his England team-mates on Monday and is set to start Wednesday’s final group match against Italy. Alex Pritchard read more