HBC Nantes find replacement for Lazarov – young Serb Milan Milic Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Recommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAs sport which is in shadow of the bigger products like football or basketball, struggling to get that prefix “global” due clear fact that it is only statistic mistake on the market of North America, China or Australia, handball, the latest, faced with the term of “FAKE NEWS”, established in politics last year during American presidential election.You can guess about whom we are thinking about, and yes, you will be right if you link the whole story with the transfer of Andreas Wolff, which media in several countries called “the biggest ever in handball history”. How it happened that some “serious media” wrote about 3.000.000 transfer fee of the player who will be a free agent in the moment of contract signing and about 4.000.000 EUR for four years of playing at PGE Vive Kielce, where salaries go approx until 40.000 EUR (OMG, rumours, once again) per month? It is firstly question of logic, then journalist’s ethic, intention that handball gets a new dimension and not only “boring one – 40×20” in situation when it is normal in other sports, and on the fourth-place constantly lack open and wide information about salaries/money in our sport.The first two thing we will skip as logic and ethic is something that requires more than one article and certainly, we are not someone to give lessons…But, there is a strong need to point out that these things would not happen in situation of clear relationships and not half-black, but normal and open handball market.Why don’t we know the TOP 10 highest incomes in our sport? Why that has to be a secret in handball and it’s not in other sports? Because we are ashamed with a comparison to the others? Why we don’t have clear situation about market value of the players, their court and off-court potential. Teams, agents and players, in most cases, acting like in their private game which has to be followed by millions of people around, who can only watch 40x20m and don’t care about anything else linked with the stars they follow.Important thing, EHF and IHF still didn’t make serious steps to put regulations on the market of players’ agents and agencies. They don’t have proper licences for those people, who can act without specific education or experience. There is no visible official document on any websites where we can see their names and profiles. They are mostly people who are coming from the shadow, taking 5,7, 10% of the bruto-annual salary of the player, and getting back to the shadow, ready to cooperate with the media only in terms of self-promotion or trying to make a bigger price for their clients.But, it is a past time when media and fans wanted only to count goals and nice assists from players. Now, they want to know all. Handball factors want to stay “small players” in the global sports game where the money is. That is impossible. Only what we have are the rumours, so some L Equipe stats about players wages in all sports, gave as once a year, chance to see where handball practically is. That is the only chance for hundreds of thousands of fans all across Europe to get, not complete, answer on simple question – who is the highest paid handball player in the world? This is also the way to make handball more attractive to the market. If we know how much earn president of some country, why salary of handball players should stay secret? If Stoke City fan knows that for his second defensive Middle-fielder from Peru, if you can find a list of TOP 50 European basketball players…And, of course, it is like a wave. If you don’t have any info, you have to look for it. Speculations start in that specific moment when you crash in the wall of secret. Teams can be anger on media, but only in the case when they are ready to serve them right information in the right moment. In other cases, someone will research, someone will throw millions and billions of dollars, euros, everything, and most of media will just copy-paste in order to get their clicks…So, who is the most paid handball player – Nikola, Mikkel or Laszlo? Who is in TOP 10, Domagoj, Uros, Arpad, maybe Andreas?WRITTEN BY: Zika Bogdanovic SC Magdeburg extend deals with Bezjak and Kristjansson Meshkov Brest sign Vladimir Vranjes Related Items:handball salary, handball transfers Click to comment
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Fire officials say three people are in the hospital after they were seriously burned during an Easter Vigil Mass at a church in Knoxville.Fire Department Capt. D.J. Corcoran said two men and a woman were burned Saturday night outside Immaculate Conception Catholic Church downtown during the blessing of the Easter fire.The fire was burning in a bowl filled with a mixture of alcohol and mineral salts. Corcoran says the fire had started to die down, and when more fluid was added, it flashed up and caught their robes on fire.An ambulance took the victims to a hosptial. Corcoran says most of the burns were to the victims’ faces and upper bodies.The service continued inside the church.
“I put on the emergency lights and I jumped out and grabbed the hawk,” Eldilemi told the New York Daily News. “My passenger was surprised. He was like ‘What are you doing?’ I said, ‘Look, I’m gonna drop you off first and then do something with the bird.’”RELATED: Watch Olympic Sprinter Run Onto Busy Highway So He Can Save Tortoise From Traffic“I tell it, ‘Look, I’m going to save you,’” he added. “The bird just looked at me, like, friendly.”Eldilemi then drove all the way to Brooklyn with the bird held firmly in one arm. True to his word, he dropped off his human passenger before flagging down a police officer and handing off the bird.The officer put the hawk into a cage and transported it to the Wild Bird Fund of New York City. The hawk, which had likely been hurt from flying into a car or skyscraper, was named Taxi after rescuers mistakenly thought that she was rescued by a cab driver. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore This red-tailed hawk is no small bird of prey – but that didn’t stop a courageous Uber driver from lending a hand when he saw that it was injured on the side of a major highway earlier this month.58-year-old Kasim Eldilemi was in the middle of driving a passenger across the FDR Drive when he spotted the distressed hawk on the shoulder of the Manhattan road.Though some motorists were content to take pictures of the taloned creature from their windows, Eldilemi stopped his car so he could scoop the bird into his arms. Taxi spent four days in recovery before she was deemed to be in good health and was released back into the wild from Central Park.Uber was quick to praise their courageous driver for rescuing the bird, saying: “Uber’s driver-partners do incredible things every day … but we’re particularly amazed by Kasim who ensured the hawk was safe.”MORE: Watch Good Samaritan Teenager Revive a Squirrel With CPR After it Ran Into His CarEldilemi, however, is humble of his rescue efforts.“This is an example for America,” he told the Daily News. “If I go to drive anywhere, and I see something — animal, human — I stop to help.”Be Sure And Fly This Story Over To Your Friends On Social Media – Photo by Wild Bird FundAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
The Cervelo Test Team rider from Australia, Simon Gerrans, took the win on Stage 14’s grueling uphill climb. Ã‚Â Saturday’s stage was the first of four through theÃ‚Â Apennine mountains. Ã‚Â Finishing time was 4:16:48.Danilo Di Luca finished in 11th at 1:04 behind Gerrans, but race leader Denis Menchov was hot on his heels in 13th and in the same time group, retaining a 34 second gap and the maglia rosa. Ã‚Â Levi Leipheimer came in 17th at 1:07 and remains in third place overall at 43 seconds back.To put this 172km stage into perspective, I offer this: Several of our reviewers and I are at the BURN 24 Hour Challenge this weekend, racing our little hearts out (hence the lack of posts Saturday and, likely, Sunday). Ã‚Â Currently, we’re floating around 8th place in the Men’s Open team category. Ã‚Â When it’s all said and done, I’ll likely ride a grand total of 56 miles, or about 90km. Ã‚Â It’s only 1am, I’ve only ridden 28 miles, and I can’t for the life of me imagine getting back on the bike to do this again on Monday. Ã‚Â I am happy to report that all of the gear we’re flogging this weekend for review is working out well, and the weather is much, much better than expected. Ã‚Â Hope you’re all having a great Memorial Day weekend!Photo from AP, and check out UniversalSports.com for live and recorded video coverage of the Giro. Hit “more” for stage results and overal standings…Scroll down for GC overall standings.2009 GIRO D’ITALIA – STAGE 14 RESULTS: 97FAILLI FrancescoITAASA60:03:081:29:15 129HUNTER RobertRSABAR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 2BERTOGLIATI RubensSUISDA4:17:000:1212″ 176MULLER MartinGERMRM61:08:472:34:54 56MARZANO MarcoITALAM59:20:5847:05:00 94LONGO BORGHINI PaoloITABAR4:21:364:48Ã‚Â 75KONOVALOVAS IgnatasLTUCTT4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 7KIRYIENKA VasilBLRGCE4:17:290:416″ 40MAZZANTI LucaITAKAT4:18:361:48Ã‚Â 45CIONI Dario DavidITAISD4:18:502:02Ã‚Â 58GUSTOV VolodymirUKRCTT4:19:452:57Ã‚Â 155DE GROOT BramNEDRAB4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 68BRANDT ChristopheBELSIL59:32:1258:19:00 13MENCHOV DenisRUSRAB4:17:521:04Ã‚Â 154HAEDO Juan Jose’ARGSAX60:53:562:20:03 4PETROV EvgeniRUSKAT4:17:120:24Ã‚Â 16BASSO IvanITALIQ4:17:551:07Ã‚Â 81SPRICK MatthieuFRABBO59:48:431:14:50 115BRUTT PavelRUSKAT4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 176VIGANO’ DavideITAFUJ4:36:2019:32Ã‚Â 20SERPA PEREZ Jose RodolfoCOLSDA58:43:459:52 52CATALDO DarioITAQST4:18:502:02Ã‚Â 22GILBERT PhilippeBELSIL4:18:071:19Ã‚Â 119LJUNGBLAD JonasSWESIL60:20:291:46:36 61CAMANO ORTUZAR IkerESPFUJ4:19:573:09Ã‚Â 171IGNATIEV MikhailRUSKAT4:34:3317:45Ã‚Â 12GARZELLI StefanoITAASA4:17:521:04Ã‚Â 93CHEULA GiampaoloITABAR59:58:051:24:12 39ROHREGGER ThomasAUTMRM4:18:341:46Ã‚Â 94LOPEZ GARCIA DavidESPGCE59:58:251:24:32 90DEVENYNS DriesBELQST4:21:124:24Ã‚Â 55VAN GOOLEN JurgenBELSAX4:19:272:39Ã‚Â 161BONO MatteoITALAM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 128KAISEN OlivierBELSIL4:29:1212:24Ã‚Â 157KLIMOV SergueiRUSKAT60:55:492:21:56 177IGNATIEV MikhailRUSKAT61:10:052:36:12 170TSCHOPP JohannSUIBBO4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 3GAVAZZI FrancescoITALAM4:17:060:188″ 179FERNANDEZ RAMOS AlbertoESPFUJ61:14:282:40:35 28HUZARSKI BartoszPOLISD4:18:181:30Ã‚Â 22MASCIARELLI FrancescoITAASA58:45:3911:46 41DE GREEF FrancisBELSIL4:18:361:48Ã‚Â 49TIRALONGO PaoloITALAM59:13:5740:04:00 16SCARPONI MicheleITASDA58:42:018:08 77SZMYD SylvesterPOLLIQ4:20:183:30Ã‚Â 144MARTINEZ ACEVEDO SerafinESPXGZ4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 175SCARSELLI LeonardoITAISD4:36:2019:32Ã‚Â 72BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldNORTHR59:36:131:02:20 28BOSISIO GabrieleITALPR58:47:5614:03 96GOMEZ GOMEZ AngelESPFUJ60:02:071:28:14 73DE BONIS FrancescoITASDA59:36:271:02:34 121CESAR VELOSO GustavoESPXGZ4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 158DE GROOT BramNEDRAB60:55:592:22:06 44ARMSTRONG LanceUSAAST4:18:461:58Ã‚Â 112VISCONTI GiovanniITAISD4:24:127:24Ã‚Â 99MILLAR DavidGBRGRM60:05:381:31:45 135KLIMOV SergueiRUSKAT4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 109GOLCER JureSLOLPR4:23:557:07Ã‚Â 47GARCIA MarcosESPXGZ4:18:502:02Ã‚Â 106MARZOLI RuggeroITAASA4:23:557:07Ã‚Â 60JEANNESSON ArnoldFRAGCE4:19:503:02Ã‚Â 88SPEZIALETTI AlessandroITALPR59:54:071:20:14 31DE GREEF FrancisBELSIL58:49:4415:51 179HADDOU SaidFRABBO4:36:2019:32Ã‚Â 122MALACARNE DavideITAQST4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 41GERRANS SimonAUSCTT59:05:2831:35:00 107BERTOLINI AlessandroITASDA60:11:171:37:24 67VOIGT JensGERSAX4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 177SERRANO RicardoESPFUJ4:36:2019:32Ã‚Â 69BELLOTTI FrancescoITABAR4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 173VAN EMDEN JosNEDRAB61:06:022:32:09 103TEN DAM LaurensNEDRAB4:23:216:33Ã‚Â 149GATTO OscarITAISD60:50:262:16:33 100HULSMANS KevinBELQST4:22:205:32Ã‚Â 107HUNT JeremyGBRCTT4:23:557:07Ã‚Â 80CARLSTROM KjellFINLIQ59:48:301:14:37 87MCCARTNEY JasonUSASAX59:53:281:19:35 162BOASSON HAGEN EdvaldNORTHR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 160SCHRODER BjornGERMRM60:56:302:22:37 151MONTAGUTI MatteoITALPR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 142CHIARINI RiccardoITALPR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 76MORI ManueleITALAM4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 124MORABITO SteveSUIAST60:25:011:51:08 34VOECKLER ThomasFRABBO4:18:251:37Ã‚Â 111VANOTTI AlessandroITALIQ60:16:011:42:08 101ENGELS AddyNEDQST4:22:375:49Ã‚Â 110KING EdwardUSACTT60:15:511:41:58 58CATALDO DarioITAQST59:22:2848:35:00 88STANGELJ GorazdSLOLIQ4:21:124:24Ã‚Â 160JACOBS PieterBELSIL4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 33LOVKVIST ThomasSWETHR4:18:251:37Ã‚Â 140GONZALEZ BAEZA HectorESPFUJ4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 151HINAULT SebastienFRAALM60:52:322:18:39 93DONATI AlessandroITAASA4:21:364:48Ã‚Â 116DA DALTO MauroITALAM4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 124CACCIA DiegoITABAR4:28:2611:38Ã‚Â 23BONNAFOND GuillaumeFRAALM4:18:091:21Ã‚Â 17CUNEGO DamianoITALAM58:42:368:43 69JEANNESSON ArnoldFRAGCE59:33:4959:56:00 54CODOL MassimoITAASA59:19:1745:24:00 86DE BONIS FrancescoITASDA4:21:124:24Ã‚Â 38MILLAR DavidGBRGRM4:18:311:43Ã‚Â 102QUINZIATO ManuelITALIQ4:22:516:03Ã‚Â 59SONNERY BlaiseFRAALM59:22:3348:40:00 10PELLIZOTTI FrancoITALIQ4:17:521:04Ã‚Â 165SCARSELLI LeonardoITAISD60:57:422:23:49 148PETACCHI AlessandroITALPR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 71FERNANDEZ CRUZ DelioESPXGZ4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 37RODRIGUEZ JacksonVENSDA4:18:311:43Ã‚Â 115GONZALEZ BAEZA HectorESPFUJ60:17:571:44:04 150MARTINEZ ACEVEDO SerafinESPXGZ60:50:292:16:36 162FORSTER RobertGERMRM60:56:482:22:55 3LEIPHEIMER LeviUSAAST58:34:360:43 137SEROV AlexanderRUSKAT4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 38GRIVKO AndriyUKRISD58:57:5123:58 46PINOTTI MarcoITATHR59:09:2735:34:00 139FERNANDEZ RAMOS AlbertoESPFUJ4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 37VORGANOV EduardRUSXGZ58:57:4623:53 168PATE DannyUSAGRM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 119BARLA LucaITAMRM4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 166KLOSTERGAARD KasperDENSAX4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 67BELLOTTI FrancescoITABAR59:32:0658:13:00 114BRUTT PavelRUSKAT60:17:461:43:53 113PETACCHI AlessandroITALPR60:16:571:43:04 24RODRIGUEZ JacksonVENSDA58:45:4711:54 73EFIMKIN AlexanderRUSALM4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 18KESSIAKOFF FredrikSWEFUJ58:42:549:01 82VOECKLER ThomasFRABBO59:48:531:15:00 74KING EdwardUSACTT4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 47CAMANO ORTUZAR IkerESPFUJ59:12:0938:16:00 86MORI ManueleITALAM59:52:411:18:48 96LASTRAS GARCIA PabloESPGCE4:22:025:14Ã‚Â 43POPOVYCH YaroslavUKRAST4:18:411:53Ã‚Â 1MENCHOV DenisRUSRAB58:33:530:00 134SCHRODER BjornGERMRM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 17LEIPHEIMER LeviUSAAST4:17:551:07Ã‚Â 23CIONI Dario DavidITAISD58:45:4311:50 26FROOME ChristopherKENBAR58:47:3013:37 138GOMEZ GOMEZ AngelESPFUJ4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 131FACCI MauroITAQST60:33:171:59:24 15POPOVYCH YaroslavUKRAST58:41:538:00 81CARDENAS Felix RafaelCOLBAR4:20:494:01Ã‚Â 120AUGUSTYN John LeeRSABAR4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 75BONNAFOND GuillaumeFRAALM59:40:081:06:15 6BASSO IvanITALIQ58:36:563:03 167DEAN JulianNZLGRM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 7ROGERS MichaelAUSTHR58:36:583:05 25CUNEGO DamianoITALAM4:18:171:29Ã‚Â 98GILBERT PhilippeBELSIL60:04:101:30:17 34OCHOA Carlos Jose’VENSDA58:56:5222:59 13GARZELLI StefanoITAASA58:41:087:15 29SOLER Juan M.COLBAR58:48:2514:32 27TEN DAM LaurensNEDRAB58:47:4513:52 105TJALLINGII MaartenNEDRAB60:10:071:36:14 66ZEITS AndreyKAZAST4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 109SEROV AlexanderRUSKAT60:14:161:40:23 21SEELDRAYERS KevinBELQST58:45:0111:08 157STAMSNIJDER TomNEDRAB4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 2DI LUCA DaniloITALPR58:34:270:34 122LLOYD DanielGBRCTT60:24:191:50:26 91AGNOLI ValerioITALIQ4:21:274:39Ã‚Â 70CODOL MassimoITAASA4:20:073:19Ã‚Â 135KRIVTSOV YuriyUKRALM60:36:482:02:55 158LJUNGBLAD JonasSWESIL4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 146HUNTER RobertRSABAR60:49:272:15:34 84MORABITO SteveSUIAST4:21:124:24Ã‚Â 168PALUMBO GiuseppeITAASA61:00:132:26:20 178VAN EMDEN JosNEDRAB4:36:2019:32Ã‚Â 118RUBIERA VIGIL Jose’ LuisESPAST4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 169LUND AndersDENSAX4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 131SENAC Jean CharlesFRAALM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 159DOCKX BartBELSIL4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 171SENAC Jean CharlesFRAALM61:02:032:28:10 143PIETROPOLLI DanieleITALPR4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 62DION RenaudFRAALM4:19:573:09Ã‚Â 46BAK Lars YttingDENSAX4:18:502:02Ã‚Â 174HADDOU SaidFRABBO61:06:432:32:50 55DEIGNAN PhilipIRLCTT59:20:0546:12:00 48ARDILA CANO Mauricio AlbertoCOLRAB59:13:2839:35:00 145FERNANDEZ CRUZ DelioESPXGZ60:47:562:14:03 11DI LUCA DaniloITALPR4:17:521:04Ã‚Â GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE 14: 60MAYOZ ECHEVERRIA IbanESPXGZ59:23:0149:08:00 43MAZZANTI LucaITAKAT59:08:3834:45:00 125CAPECCHI ErosITAFUJ60:25:421:51:49 147WEGELIUS CharlesGBRSIL4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 130MALACARNE DavideITAQST60:28:581:55:05 106QUINZIATO ManuelITALIQ60:11:171:37:24 57NAVARRO GARCIA DanielESPAST4:19:392:51Ã‚Â 139CACCIA DiegoITABAR60:42:422:08:49 8SIMONI GilbertoITASDA58:39:105:17 25BRAJKOVIC JanezSLOAST58:46:5112:58 30VORGANOV EduardRUSXGZ4:18:181:304″ 11LOVKVIST ThomasSWETHR58:40:196:26 150FORSTER RobertGERMRM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 32SEELDRAYERS KevinBELQST4:18:251:37Ã‚Â 172SOKOLOV EvgenyRUSBBO4:34:5418:06Ã‚Â 117ENGELS AddyNEDQST60:18:191:44:26 120SWIFT BenGBRKAT60:20:311:46:38 173STANNARD IanGBRISD4:34:5418:06Ã‚Â 82BERTOLINI AlessandroITASDA4:21:064:18Ã‚Â 90DEVENYNS DriesBELQST59:54:131:20:20 133LE FLOCH GuillaumeFRABBO4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 20ROGERS MichaelAUSTHR4:17:581:10Ã‚Â 42BRAJKOVIC JanezSLOAST4:18:411:53Ã‚Â 77KOZONTCHUK DmitryRUSRAB59:44:311:10:38 126BONO MatteoITALAM60:25:531:52:00 5DEIGNAN PhilipIRLCTT4:17:150:272″ 36BERTAGNOLLI LeonardoITASDA58:57:2523:32 9BRUSEGHIN MarzioITALAM58:39:195:26 117BARRY MichaelCANTHR4:27:5711:09Ã‚Â 111KOZONTCHUK DmitryRUSRAB4:24:097:21Ã‚Â 156CHIARINI RiccardoITALPR60:55:302:21:37 53VOIGT JensGERSAX59:19:0245:09:00 180CAPECCHI ErosITAFUJ4:42:3225:44:00Ã‚Â 33NAVARRO GARCIA DanielESPAST58:55:1621:23 104CHEULA GiampaoloITABAR4:23:266:38Ã‚Â 35GUSTOV VolodymirUKRCTT58:57:2423:31 19ARROYO DURAN DavidESPGCE4:17:581:10Ã‚Â 130MULLER MartinGERMRM4:33:4016:52Ã‚Â 30ROHREGGER ThomasAUTMRM58:48:5415:01 12VALJAVEC TadejSLOALM58:40:476:54 40ZEITS AndreyKAZAST59:03:5730:04:00 31SERPA PEREZ Jose 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SM North coach Ben Bartlett nominated Will Schneider for the award.Shawnee Mission North QB Schneider named 2016 Dylan Meier-Get Busy Livin’ Player of the Year. SM North senior Will Schneider has another honor for his trophy case. The Get Busy Livin’ Foundation and Kpreps.com announced this week that Schneider had been named the 2016 Dylan Meier-Get Busy Livin’ Player of the Year. The award is named after Dylan Meier, who played for Kansas State University after graduating from Pittsburg High School in 2002. Meier was killed in a hiking accident in Arkansas at the age of 26 in 2010. The award honors a football player who “not only has shown excellence on the field but also has demonstrated the values that Dylan embodied and Get Busy Livin’ strives to promote: adventure, fitness, curiosity and a daily zest for life experiences.” [Schneider named 2016 Dylan Meier-GBL Player of the Year — Kpreps.com]Shawnee Mission students named to All-Sunflower Bowling teams. A number of Shawnee Mission School District students have made this year’s All-Sunflower teams. The students are: Daniel Self, boys 1st team; Nichole Thomas, girls 1st team; Christian Peak, boys 2nd team; and Travis Wunderlin, boys 2nd team. SM Northwest’s Alaina Burris was named girls bowlers of the year, and SM South’s Kent Thompson was named boys coach of the year.Leawood administration says complaints have continued with trash service from WCA. The city of Leawood granted trash hauler WCA only a temporary extension of the permit the company needs to continue operating in the city after City Administrator Scott Lambers said residents had continued to complain about service issues. [Leawood — facing customer complaints — extends trash service contract only through June — Kansas City Star]
Pinterest Share A new study suggests that women’s makeup is perceived as a signal of greater interest in casual sex. But the research found evidence that this was actually a “false signal.”The study, which was published in Personality and Individual Differences, examined the relationship between women’s makeup use and sociosexuality.People with an unrestricted sociosexual orientation are more comfortable with casual sex with different partners. Those with a restricted sociosexual orientation, on the other hand, prefer to have sex with a partner in a long-term, serious relationship. Share on Twitter LinkedIn Share on Facebook Email In an initial study, 182 people viewed photographs of 69 young adult women of European descent with varying levels of makeup. The more makeup the women were wearing, the more they were perceived as being attractive and sexually unrestricted by both male and female participants.The researchers then surveyed the 69 women regarding their actual use of makeup and their sociosexual orientation. They found no association between the women’s sociosexual orientation and time spent on makeup or money spent on makeup. In other words, the women’s self-reported sociosexuality was unrelated to their makeup habits.“This indicates that makeup is perceived to be a signal of greater unrestricted sociosexuality in women. Our findings, however, also show that this association is not a valid cue of women’s sociosexuality, as we found no systematic connection between women’s cosmetic use and their actual sociosexuality,” the authors of the study explained.The researchers also found that men perceived women with more makeup as more attractive, which in turn was associated with them falsely perceiving the women as more unrestricted in their sociosexuality.“This finding suggests that there may be some sort of wishful thinking effect among men in which attractive women are falsely, but optimistically, perceived as more willing to engage in casual sex,” the researchers noted.“Our evidence suggests that makeup is perceived to signal sociosexuality but does not actually signal sociosexuality, likely because makeup makes the face more attractive, which is incorrectly associated with sociosexuality.”The study, “Evidence that makeup is a false signal of sociosexuality“, was authored by Carlota Batres, Richard Russell, Jeffry A. Simpson, Lorne Campbell, Alison M. Hansen, and Lee Cronk.
STUTTGART, Germany – Prof. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, honorary president of the Porsche AG Supervisory Board and designer of the iconic Porsche 911, died on April 5 in Salzburg, Germany. He was 76. Matthias Müller, president and CEO of Porsche AG, paid tribute to Ferdinand Alexander Porsche’s services to the sports car manufacturer: “We mourn the death of our partner, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. As the creator of the Porsche 911, he established a design culture in our company that has shaped our sports cars to this very day. His philosophy of good design is a legacy to us that we will honor for all time.” Ferdinand Alexander Porsche was born in Stuttgart on Dec. 11, 1935, the oldest son of Dorothea and Ferry Porsche. Even his childhood was shaped by cars. He spent much of his time in the engineering offices and development workshops of his grandfather, Ferdinand Porsche. In 1943, the family accompanied the Porsche company’s move to Austria, where he went to school in Zell am See. After returning to Stuttgart in 1950, he attended the private Waldorf School. After leaving school, he enrolled at the prestigious Ulm School of Design. In 1958, F.A. Porsche, as he was known by his colleagues, joined the engineering office of what was then Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche KG. He soon proved his great talent for design by sculpting the first model of a successor to the 356 model line out of plastic. In 1962, he took over as head of the Porsche design studio, creating a worldwide furor one year later with the Porsche 901 (or 911). With the Porsche 911, F.A. Porsche created a sports car icon whose timeless and classical form survives to this very day in what is now the seventh 911 generation. However, in addition to passenger cars, F.A. Porsche also concerned himself with designing the sports cars of the 1960s. His best-known designs include the Type 804 Formula One racing car or the Porsche 904 Carrera GTS, now considered to be one of the most beautiful racing cars ever. In the course of the conversion of Porsche KG into a joint-stock corporation in 1971/72, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, along with all the other family members, stepped down from the company’s front-line business operations. In 1972, he founded the “Porsche Design Studio” in Stuttgart, the head office of which was relocated to Zell am See in Austria in 1974. In the decades that followed, he designed numerous classic gentlemen’s accessories such as watches, spectacles and writing implements that achieved global recognition under the “Porsche Design” brand. In parallel, with his team, he designed a plethora of industrial products, household appliances and consumer durables for internationally renowned clients under the brand “Design by F.A. Porsche.” A strong and clear design concept typifies all product designs created in his design studio to date. The credo of his design work was: “Design must be functional and functionality has to be translated visually into aesthetics, without gags that have to be explained first.” “A coherently designed product requires no adornment; it should be enhanced by its form alone.” The design’s appearance should be readily comprehensible and not detract from the product and its function. His conviction was: “Good design should be honest.” Ferdinand Alexander Porsche received numerous honors and awards both for his work as a designer as well as for individual designs. For example, in 1968, the “Comité Internationale de Promotion et de Prestige” honored him for the outstanding aesthetic design of the Porsche 911 while the Industrial Forum Design Hannover (iF) voted him “Prizewinner of the Year” in 1992. In 1999, the President of Austria bestowed on him the title of professor. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche retained a close lifelong association with Porsche AG as a partner and member of the supervisory board. For example, even after stepping down from front-line business operations, he contributed to the design of Porsche’s sports cars over many decades and repeatedly steered the company in the right direction. This was especially the case for the difficult period Porsche experienced at the beginning of the 1990s. From 1990 to 1993, F.A. Porsche served as president of the company’s supervisory board, thus playing a major role in Porsche A.G’s economic turnaround. In 2005, he stepped down from his supervisory board role in favor of his son Oliver and assumed the mantle of Honorary President of the Supervisory Board. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche will be buried in the family grave at Schüttgut in Zell am See, attended by his immediate family. An official funeral service will be held in Stuttgart at a later date. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement
BILL NEAL• Yes, I am at my spot . . . at Heinz Field . . . when the game is serious, I am serious. None of that perimeter stuff man. I am in the trenches.• This can’t be an I told ya so moment cause I didn’t tell ya so, but I did tell ya this . . . after the first touchdown pass all the haters will love ’em. Michael Vick stepped up . . . PITTSBURGH – HOW – YA – LIKE – ME – NOW!?!?• Speaking of “Vick,” I hope you noticed and heard that it was the radio broadcasters keeping “the stuff” stirred about Vick and his past, not the callers. Pay attention people . . . pay attention!!!• One more time and just for the record, Straight Outta Compton is all that with “Salt on the Popcorn.” I gave it 4 basketballs If you’re late to the dance like me, do yourself a favor, catch it on the big screen before it’s gone! Ice Cube, Easy E, and Dr. Dre were genius.• What do Big Ben, Tony Romo, Jay Cutler and Drew Breeze all have in common? Yes, they’re all injured, but no coincidence that they’re all over 30 years old. Father Time wins all bets.• Here’s to the greatness of the late great Craig “Ironhead” Heyward. Father of Steeler Cam Heyward. He would have been 49 years old last week. A great, great guy I had the pleasure of knowing during my days at Pitt. That apple fell right next to that tree.• Hip – Hip – Hooray to “The Bus.” Got his Hall of Fame ring tonight. Well deserved and earned the hard way.• City League both here and afar, your time is at hand. The 2nd Annual Pittsburgh City League High School All-Sports Hall of Fame Awards upcoming on Saturday, October 17, 2015. Reception 6:00 p.m.; show time at 7:00 p.m., the Wyndham Hotel (Oakland, not Downtown); limited tickets left, 3/4 sold out as we speak. If you need a reason to come home City League graduates, this is it. Call 412-628-4856 for more information. Leave or text your e-mail address and we’ll get it to ya. Tickets $40 in advance, $50 at the door, but don’t count on any being available at the door. This is a sell-out people. And here’s what ya get . . . elaborate hors d’oeuvres spread – celebrity gala featuring Steeler legends Dwayne Woodruff and Robin Cole, World Karate legend and Hall of Famer Master Jacquet Bazemore, NBA Skywalker Myron Brown, door prizes, vendors, autographs, photographs – AND – THE – AFTER – PARTY – AT – THE – SAVOY. You can’t beat all that with a James Harrison stick!!! Don’t miss the most historic event in Pittsburgh City League sports history. City League, it’s your time . . . It’s your turn!!!• < You Have Just Crossed the Finish Line >OH, HOLD UP, ONE MORE THING . . .STEELERS DEFENSE RIGHT HERERIGHT NOW!!!I’M OUT
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