Summer Olympics Medal Count Update – Day 13

first_img The Anatomy of Fear Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Here is a a list of all Day 13 U.S. medal winners:GoldAshton Eaton, Men’s decathlon (track and field)Dalilah Muhammad, Women’s 400-meter hurdles (track and field)Kerron Clement, Men’s 400-meter hurdles (track and field)Helen Maroulis, Women’s 53kg (wrestling)Ryan Crouser, Men’s shot put (track and field)SilverJoe Kovacs, Men’s shot put (track and field)BronzeAshley Spencer, Women’s 400-meter hurdles (track and field)The Top Ten countries at the end of Day 13 are: The 2016 Summer Olympic Medal Count – Day 13Team USA added seven medals on Day 13 to bring its total to an even 100 medals. China and Great Britain are still fighting for second place.  China has 58 medals to Great Britain’s 56.American Ashton Eaton became only the third athlete to win back-to-back Gold medals in the decathlon.Jamaica’s Usain Bolt became the first Olympian to win gold in the 100m and 200m in three consecutive Olympics.Helen Maroulis became the first American women to win Gold in wrestling by defeating a three-time Gold medal winner from Japan. 10South Korea73818 Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSolympics Previous articleOn This Day: “Gentleman Start Your Engines”Next articleTropical Storm Fiona moving faster Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 4Russia12151744 Please enter your name here 6France8121434 3Great Britain22211356 8Australia7101027 9Italy810624 PlaceCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 7Germany1381132 2China20162258 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 5Japan1261836 1United States353332100last_img read more

Mayor’s Update: Video of Town Hall Meeting on Dredging

first_imgMayor Jay Gillian, speaking at a dredging meeting on Dec. 10, believes a lobbying firm can help the city with its regulatory requirements. Dear Friends,Yesterday morning, I held a town hall meeting about Ocean City’s 2017 dredging program. ACT Engineers made a presentation about an alternative technology that could possibly be used to jump-start our dredging program for mid-island lagoons.I’d like to thank all who attended the meeting and let everybody know that more information will come as we take into consideration all the feedback we received.I know not everybody was able to attend the meeting, so I’m providing links here to the presentation made by ACT Engineers and to video of the entire meeting. The meeting included information on the alternative dewatering method for dredged material that could be used on a short-term basis, on planned projects for all parts of Ocean City, and on some of the challenges with alternative disposal methods.2017 Dredging Program Town Hall Meeting (Dec. 10, 2016): Public Meeting Presentation .Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 1 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 2 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 3 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 4 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 5 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 6 Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 7Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 8Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 9Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 10Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 11Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 12Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 13Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 14Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 15Dredging Meeting (12-10-16) Video:  Part 16Warm regards,Jay A. GillianMayorlast_img read more

Oregon State University To Host Academic Conference Devoted To The Music & Culture Of Phish

first_imgOregon State University has announced plans to host the first peer-reviewed academic conference devoted to the music and fan culture of Phish. The conference, dubbed “Phish Studies: An Interdisciplinary Conference On The Band, Its Music & Its Fans,” will take place from May 17th through 19th at the university’s campus in Corvallis, OR.OSU hopes to bring scholars together from diverse academic disciplines while welcoming a wide range of methodological and theoretical approaches to the sonic, narrative, performative, visual, and cultural worlds of Phish, including but not limited to:Music and Lyrics: compositional practice; improvisational strategies; band mythologies, including Gamehendge; questions of genre; historiographyElements of Live Performance: cover songs; concert lighting; venues; fan space and placeFan Culture: fan communities (virtual, face-to-face); fan art; parking lots; tape trading; issues of race, gender, religion, sexuality, disability; Activism; Subcultural identities; Fan mythologiesBusiness: business practices; place within music industry; tape trading; early adoption of the internet; media framing of Phish; influence on American music festival culture; influence on the jam band genreQuantitative Analysis: analyses of setlists, fan show ratings, tour itinerariesProspective participants of the upcoming conference are asked to submit abstracts of 200–500 words for either individual 20-minute papers or 90-minute panel proposals featuring a minimum of three presenters. Read OSU’s statement on the submission process below:Please submit abstracts of 250-500 words for either (a) individual 20-minute papers or (b) 90-minute panel proposals (three presenters minimum). Complete panel proposals should include an abstract for each panelist’s contribution as well as a 250-word (max.) justification for the panel. We encourage proposals from scholars at any stage of their career, including graduate students as well as scholars outside of academia. Abstracts should specify the presenter’s methodological and theoretical approach, summarize conclusions, and specify the broader academic implications of the research. Abstracts are due no later than January 15, 2019.For more information on Oregon State University’s upcoming Phish academic conference, head to the event page here.last_img read more

‘This is a national crisis’

first_imgWhen NCUA eventually sells its portfolio of medallion loans, will the medallion crisis facing credit unions be over?Sources are split on that answer, with one expert saying the worst has passed but some CUs will still experience issues—even with performing medallion loans—in having to write down the value of that collateral.Another analyst, however, asserts the industry faces a big problem.As has reported, NCUA is looking to sell its portfolio of more than 3,500 medallion loans, including some from Chicago, valued at an estimated $1.5 billion. NCUA came to own the medallions following the liquidation of a half-dozen taxi medallion-lending credit unions that failed at a cost of nearly three-quarters-of-a-billion-dollars to the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

MMH Blood Drive set for March 31

first_imgBatesville, IN—Margaret Mary Health, in conjunction with Hoxworth Blood Center, is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, March 31 from 8 AM to 5 PM on a donor bus outside the hospital.All donors must be at least 17 years old and weigh a minimum of 110 pounds. A photo ID is required on the day of donation, and donors are strongly encouraged to eat a good meal and drink plenty of water or juice before donating.To schedule your appointment, call (800)830-1091 or click here to schedule online.last_img

Poll shows fans back Hammers move

first_img The survey showed that 51% of those questioned believed the move would provide West Ham with the resources to improve the squad and build the club. The other reasons given for supporting the move included growing the club’s supporter base and the belief the Olympic Stadium would provide an improved fan experience. Press Association Only 5% of the 11,858 supporters questioned were against West Ham leaving Upton Park under any circumstances while 10% said they would consider backing the move but they required more information. Those supporters have been offered the chance to take part in on-going consultation sessions throughout this summer. West Ham plan to move into the Olympic Stadium, with a post-conversion capacity of 54,000, for the start of the 2016/17 season. The club’s vice-chairman Karren Brady said: “I am delighted that the SMG YouGov independent poll shows that such an overwhelming majority of our fans are in favour of our plans to move to the Olympic Stadium. “I would like to thank each and every supporter that took the time to have their say on what is an historic and monumental decision for the club. We must now engage further with the fans who’ve requested more information but it is fantastic to know that the consensus among our supporters is that they are behind the move.” MG YouGov said the poll was six times larger than typical surveys of 2000 people used for robust research analysis, therefore greatly reducing the margin for error. The results have been published on West Ham’s official website center_img West Ham’s plan to move into the Olympic Stadium has the backing of 85% of the club’s supporters, according to a comprehensive poll conducted by SMG YouGov.last_img read more