The Boston Celtics probably didn’t deserve the win with their nonchalant play early in the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, but don’t tell Jayson Tatum. The Celtics nearly lost the game to the Timberwolves in regulation, but the St. Louis native’s refusal to fold and some support from all-star forward Jaylen Brown and veteran goaltender Marcus Smart. Tatum had a career night in Boston’s 145-136 overtime win over Minnesota, with the All-NBA swingman scoring a 53-point double-double, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and a block on 16 of 25 shots. , including ….
(KNSI) – St. Paralympic Champion Cloud took home a silver medal in his first international competition in a year.
Snowboarder Mike Schultz (also known as Monster Mike) recently returned from Italy after finishing second and fourth in snowboard cross.
“I am very excited to wear the red, white and blue jersey and compete for Team USA. Pretty awesome. “
The races were held last week.
Schultz said because of COVID, he hasn’t competed much, but he is still training at home.
“I’ve done a lot of training here in Minnesota on the hill of my home right in our backyard, Powder Ridge. It’s definitely not a big mountain like most of my competitors train but, we were able to set up some training courses and get some valuable training. “
The 36-year-old has spent a lot of time in the gym and Colorado training over the past year.
The paralympic snowboarder suffered a serious knee injury while participating in a snowmobile competition in 2008. His left leg had to be amputated above the knee.
Shortly after his accident, Schultz returned to doing what he liked to do, but ordinary prosthetics are not suitable for competitive and rigorous sports.
Schultz engineered a durable and versatile mechanical knee and, in 2010, started the BioDapt company.
Now competitors can use this equipment. All four competitors at the finals in Italy used Schultz-designed BioDapt prosthetics.
KNSI News wanted to know how it felt to sell to the competition.
“I know it’s only a matter of time before someone finishes that line before me with my own equipment and me as a competitor. It’s a little harsh, to be honest, but, you know, I’m a businessman and an innovator, you know, I think bigger than myself in this whole program, and I can honestly say it’s been very useful. “
The snowboarding star said she was now focused on getting ready for the Paralympic Games in February 2022 in Beijing, China.
Schultz said nothing compares to that level of competition.
“I’ve had a lot of success in competitions on different platforms like the X Games, but nothing compares to being part of the US team on the world stage at Paralympic Games. What a wonderful feeling. “
In 2018, Schultz won a gold medal on Snowboard cross and a silver medal at the banked slalom.
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FIFA has opened two tender invitations (ITT) for media rights over FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 ™ in Australia and New Zealand’s host market.
The tender process will allow FIFA to select the media companies best placed to achieve FIFA’s goal of providing maximum exposure for the tournament and offering fans in Australia and New Zealand a high-quality viewing experience when FIFA’s flagship women’s competition is held there in 2023.
Last week, FIFA announced nine Host Cities and ten stadiums in Australia and New Zealand where matches will be played during the tournament. The Eden Gardens in Auckland will host the opening matches of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 ™, with the Australian Stadium in Sydney selected to host the Final. The combination of a host city and world-class venues in both countries will provide fans with an extraordinary atmosphere and experience.
Since its inception in 1991, the FIFA Women’s World Cup ™ has grown rapidly to claim the crown of the single most-watched sporting event for women worldwide, its newest edition – the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France ™ – attracted a record audience of over 1.1 billion viewers, and broke domestic audience records in many regions.
Following the tremendous success of the 2019 event, the decision was made to expand the tournament and thereby continue to nurture the growth of women’s football. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 ™ will feature 32 teams (previously 24), who will compete in the first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup to be co-hosted by the two countries.
Media companies or organizations wishing to participate in the tender process can request ITT by email. Interested parties should contact [email protected] or [email protected]. Submissions to FIFA must be received by 10:00 CEST on Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
In line with media rights tenders for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup ™ in Australia and New Zealand, FIFA has also launched a media rights tender for the leading women’s competition in the Pacific Islands *. In addition to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 ™, FIFA is tendering media rights to FIFA World Cup 2022 ™ in this region. Interested parties in any of the tenders for this region should contact [email protected]. For Pacific tenders, bidders are required to submit their bids by 06:00 CEST on Tuesday, May 4, 2021.
Through the sale of media rights to football tournaments, FIFA generates important revenues to support and develop football worldwide, for example through the FIFA Forward Football Development Program.
* The following regions are included in Pacific Island ITT: American Samoa, Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Kiribati, Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu; and Wallis and Futuna.
Nikkei Asia tracks the spread of the coronavirus which was first detected in the city of Wuhan in central China.
Cumulative global cases have reached 131,696,594, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The worldwide death toll has reached 2,859,357.
For more information on the spread of COVID-19 and the progress of vaccination around the world, please see our interactive charts and maps.
Tuesday, April 6 (Tokyo time)
14.03 India reported 96,982 cases in the past 24 hours, one level below the previous day’s record spike of 103,558, bringing the country’s total to more than 12.68 million. Deaths increased by 446 to 165,547.
13.10 Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia will start on April 19, said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The conditions for starting quarantine-free travel with Australia have been met, he said. “The success of our team in managing COVID-19 and sustaining it over the past 12 months now opens up opportunities to reconnect with loved ones and continue the trans-Tasman journey.”
12.00 Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga received a second dose of Pfizer vaccine in preparation for his visit to Washington next week to meet US President Joe Biden. The two governments have agreed to take precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus during Suga’s trip, with all members of the delegation and accompanying press having been vaccinated in advance.
11:45 a.m. The International Swimming Federation has canceled diving, artistic swimming and marathon swimming Olympic qualifications is scheduled for this month and next month in Japan, according to the calendar section of the website. The federation said on Friday that it is reviewing the qualifications planned for Japan and will make an announcement this week. It has yet to issue a new statement.
11:30 am South Korea reported 478 new cases, compared with 473 a day ago, taking the country’s total infections to 105,752, with 1,752 deaths.
10:33 Asian economists have revised their growth forecasts for the economies of Singapore and Indonesia, thanks to the faster launch of the coronavirus vaccine, a recent survey showed. The Japanese Economic Research Center and the Nikkei were conducted quarterly survey from March 5 to 26, gathered a total of 40 answers from economists and analysts in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
10:00 am China reported 24 new cases for Monday, down from 32 the previous day. Of the new cases, 15 were local infections. All local infections were reported in Ruili, a city in the southwestern province of Yunnan that borders Myanmar. It has ordered home quarantines and restricted the flow of people after new clusters emerged. Authorities said separately that 12 of the new COVID-19 cases in Ruili previously were asymptomatic patients.
9:20 am Japanese household spending fell for the third consecutive month in February, government data showed, as emergency restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus hurt consumption. Household spending fell 6.6% in February from a year earlier, after a 6.1% drop in January. The decline was steeper than the average market forecast for a 5.3% decline.
9:00 am. North Korea’s Sports Ministry said it would not participate in the Tokyo Olympics to protect its athletes amid the coronavirus pandemic. The decision was made at a meeting of North Korea’s Olympic committee on March 25, the ministry said on the Joson Sports website.
2:40 am British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was too early to say whether the international summer holidays could continue this year, a statement suggesting the reopening of planned outbound trips could be postponed after May 17. “I wish I could give you more on that,” said Johnson. “I know that people watching want to know exactly what they can do starting May 17, but we’re not there yet.”
Monday, April 5
11:46 India’s Panacea Biotec agreed to produce 100 million doses of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine annually, according to Russian marketers of the injection. The Russian Direct Investment Fund did not indicate when production would start.
8:13 p.m. Singapore will receive COVID-19 digital travel tickets starting next month, becoming one of the first countries to adopt the initiative. The International Air Transport Association mobile travel ticket will be accepted in pre-departure checks for travelers flying to Singapore, with a smartphone app showing a digital certificate for the coronavirus test and vaccine.
15:50 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said everyone in the country would be able to test for COVID-19 twice a week in a new effort to track the pandemic as the country reopens. Johnson, who is expected to confirm plans to relaunch international travel on Monday evening, said the testing program would break the chain of transmission and find asymptomatic cases.
15:15 Tokyo reported 249 cases, down from 355 the previous day. However, the seven-day average of new cases in the capital edged up 9.6% from last week to 391.
2:00 pm India’s factory activity grew at the weakest pace in seven months in March as new lockdowns to limit the resurgence of COVID-19 cases dampened domestic demand and output, a private survey showed.
1:00 p.m. In a bleak milestone, India reported 103,558 cases over the past 24 hours, the highest jump ever, data from the health ministry showed. The total number of cases in India currently stands at 12.59 million. Deaths jumped 478, to 165,101.
11:50 Johnson & Johnson has filed an application for authorization for the emergency use of single-use vaccines in the Philippines, said the head of the country’s Food and Drug Administration. The J&J document, which was submitted on Wednesday, is being evaluated, FDA Director General Rolando Enrique Domingo told reporters. J&J is the seventh COVID-19 vaccine maker to seek approval in the Philippines.
11:00 AM South Korea reported 473 new cases, down from 543 days ago and the first time in six days for the country to report fewer than 500 new cases. Total infections reached 105,752, with 1,748 deaths.
9:30 am China reported 32 new cases for Sunday, up from 21 the previous day and marking the highest daily total in more than two months. Of the new cases, 15 were local infections, all reported in Yunnan Province where a new cluster found near the border with Myanmar. The number of new asymptomatic cases, not classified by China as confirmed cases, stood at 18, matching the total from the day before.
8:50 am El Salvador President Nayib Bukele said China would donate 150,000 doses of Sinovac to the country, on top of the 2 million Sinovac injections his government has purchased. “I received a letter from President Xi Jinping, in which he informed me that he will donate 150,000 vaccines for COVID-19 to our country,” Bukele wrote on Twitter. El Salvador started an immunization campaign with the AstraZeneca vaccine in February. In 2018, El Salvador cut ties with Taiwan in transitioning to Beijing.
4:10 am The US had delivered more than 165 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine nationwide as of Sunday morning and distributed nearly 208 million, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. The number of doses administered has increased by more than 3 million since Saturday.
The agency said 106.2 million people had received at least one dose, while 61.4 million had been fully vaccinated. The CDC calculation includes two-dose inoculations of Moderna and Pfizer / BioNTech as well as Johnson & Johnson single-use vaccines.
Sunday, April 4th
9:11 p.m. India’s richest state, Maharashtra, imposed strict restrictions on COVID-19 starting Monday after infections spiked, said a minister of state. The state will close malls, cinema halls, bars and restaurants from Monday evening and impose a total lockdown at the weekend, Nawab Malik told reporters after a cabinet meeting.
14.06 Leicester City center-back Caglar Soyuncu missed his side’s 2-0 loss to Manchester City on Saturday as he tested positive for COVID-19 while playing for Turkey in the country’s 2022 World Cup qualifier, manager Brendan Rodgers said. Soyuncu, Turkey’s 3-3 draw with Latvia on Tuesday, was isolated in Turkey. The 24-year-old has made 16 league appearances for Leicester this season.
Saturday, April 3
10:26 p.m. Taiwan will receive the first batch of vaccines under the WHO-led COVAX program on Sunday, the island’s health minister said. Nearly 200,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine will be given.
7:30 p.m. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte extended a tight lockdown on the capital and neighboring provinces for at least a week to try to contain a new spike in coronavirus infections, his spokesman said on Saturday. The Philippines, which has the second highest COVID-19 cases and deaths in Southeast Asia, reported 12,576 new coronavirus infections as of Saturday, adding to the pressure on the health care system.
15:20 Australia will continue its inoculation program with AstraZeneca, health officials said on Saturday, after cases of blood clots raised concerns about the vaccine’s safety.
For previous developments, see last edition recent updates.
The anticipation for Formula E in Italy: a new circuit, two races and high expectations
- Formula E is present in Europe: two races in the heart of Rome
- Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler aims to win the first trophy of the season
- Team Leader Allan McNish: “Roma is one of the highlights of the season”
Neuburg ad Donau, 5 April 2021 – Formula E will arrive in Europe and return to the heart of Italy’s capital, Rome: on April 10 and 11, Formula E will host two races in the metropolis. After the opening two races in Diriyah at the end of February, Lucas di Grassi and René Rast are now looking to claim the first trophy for their Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team.
The circuit was redesigned for the third and fourth Formula E races in Rome. It still runs through the middle of the World Fair district (Esposizione Universale di Roma, or EUR for short) and along the spectacular “La Nuvola” convention center. This new version includes three additional fast laps, technically challenging sections, and traditional altitude changes from the previous version. Additionally, other iconic buildings in the district such as the “Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana” now provide the backdrop for the race. The new line is now 3,385 kilometers long, not 2,860 kilometers.
“With an almost completely new design for Rome, the FIA and Formula E have once again done a tremendous job of making Formula E even more attractive,” said Lucas di Grassi, who advises Formula E and the FIA along with other drivers on issues. like that. as a track layout. “This new layout is fantastic. It has a straighter that is longer and faster and offers more opportunities to overtake. I’m sure the fans will like it, I can’t wait to finally race there.”
Expectations for a strong appearance were high. “The results so far do not reflect our true strengths,” said Team Leader Allan McNish. In the opening race, Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler scored a total of 19 points and René Rast narrowly missed out on the podium with fourth place on Friday.
“However, all the Audi e-tron FE07 cars are very fast in Diriyah. With this experience, some more testing and intensive preparation, all of this together has given our team and driver added confidence and a first step. appreciates our hard work with trophies. “Rome is the perfect place for this. McNish: “Just like last time, two years ago, the appearance in Rome will be one of the highlights of the season.”
For René Rast, the fact that two races will be held in Rome is good news. “It gives me the opportunity to look at the data after the first day and learn something for the second race,” said the German. “Although unfortunately we have almost no spectators, I’m really looking forward to the weekend: I’ve been to Rome many times and found an impressive city. Now racing in these streets is something very special for me.”