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Trelleborg buys Signum Technology

first_imgImage courtesy of TrelleborgSwedish engineering company Trelleborg has, through its Industrial Solutions business area, acquired engineering group Signum Technology and its units Gall Thomson, Klaw LNG, Klaw Products, and Vee Bee Filtration. The acquisition of Signum, which provides safety-critical solutions for flow control applications, including Marine Breakaway Couplings (MBCs) and safety solutions for LNG transfer systems, adds a new level of functionality to Trelleborg’s product portfolio and increases its service offering across its business units, the company said in its statement.The move is part of Trelleborg’s strategy to strengthen its position as a system provider in key oil and gas market segments, such as ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore LNG transfer, it said.Signum Technology is headquartered in Wiltshire, England, and has three manufacturing sites in the UK and service centers around the world.Sales for the group totaled approximately £35 million (EUR 40.7m) in 2018.last_img read more

August 9, 2018 Police Blotter

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2 killed, 2 injured in Belle Glade shooting

first_imgThe Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after two people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting in Belle Glade.The shooting occurred Wednesday evening along Martin Luther King Blvd.Deputies responded to a report of shots fired around 8:30 p.m.The first deputies on scene found a man with multiple gunshot wounds in the street.He was transported to the hospital where he did shortly after.Deputies found three other victims being treated at Lakeside Medical Center, two of which had gunshot wounds.One of the two victims later died..The third victim was injured after being struck by a car fleeing the scene.The victims have not been identified, and a motive has not been established at this time.last_img read more

History Maker Shola Shoretire

first_imgHe beat the previous UEFA Youth League mark of Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar, who in turn succeeded Real Madrid Iker Casillas as the youngest to appear in the Champions League.The youngster, who is eligible to play for Nigeria but has caught the eye of England youth team selectors, got a pat on the back from team-mate Angel Gomes, who has already made his senior United debut.The forward tweeted: “2-1 win to finish the group unbeaten. Great result! Also a massive shout out to all the debutants and 14 yr old Shola making his debut.”The prodigious Shoretire travelled with Manchester United youngsters to their training camp in Austria.Shoretire is only 14 but United coaches have recognised his outstanding potential by including him in a squad mostly made up of Under-18 and Under-23 players in Obertraun.Academy head Nicky Butt is in Austria with the youngsters as the club considers possible replacements for U18 coach Kieran McKenna along with U23 coach Ricky Sbragia. Shoretire, who featured at the Milk Cup two years above his age group last year, will likely play for the U15s in the upcoming season but his latest recognition could convince United coaches to hand him an early academy debut.The diminutive Shoretire can play on the wing or up front and is described as an ‘exceptional’ talent. The teenager is eligible to represent Nigeria but Shoretire has already been invited to train with England’s juniors.Manchester United Under 19s completed a convincing comeback against Valencia to round off their UEFA Youth League group stage undefeated and Shola Shoretire made a little bit of history as well.The Red Devils went into the game against Group H’s bottom side at Estadio Antonio Puchade with four wins and a draw behind them.It was the hosts, however, who came flying out of the blocks and enjoyed the lion’s share of both possession and chances in the opening exchanges.That pressure led to the opening goal after United failed to clear a cross into the box and were punished by Jordi Escobar, who slotted home to put the hosts one up.Nicky Butt’s side then survived a few close shaves including a goal-line clearance from Dio McGhee as Valencia piled the pressure on.But the visitors found their feet and began to look more assured as the half wore on.Then, Tahith Chong — last year’s winner of the Jimmy Murphy Award burst clear before his attempt on goal was saved, the deflection, however, fell kindly to Nishan Burkart, who chested down and finished well to restore parity.Almost immediately after United found themselves in front.Aidan Barlow collected Largie Ramazani’s cross before ghosting past the Valencia defender and converting his one-on-one chance.Phil Neville’s son, Harvey, was brought on in the second half to try to see out the gameButt then called on his former team-mate’s son as he introduced Harvey Neville, son of United legend Phil who used to be on the books at Valencia when his father and uncle Gary were coaches there, in the second half.Shoretire was then introduced in the 74th minute and, in doing so, made history as the UEFA Youth League’s youngest ever player at just 14 years and 314 days and also United’s youngest ever player at this age level.The diminutive midfielder helped United see out the rest of the game as they finished eventual 2-1 victors in Spain to top the group.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Blazing the TrailEngland-born Nigeria’s Shola Shoretire came off the bench on Wednesday afternoon as Nicky Butt’s side beat Valencia to become youngest-ever UEFA Youth League playerNicky Butt’s United came from behind in Spain to top their group and continue their unbeaten run in the competition with goals from Nishan Burkart and Aidan Barlow cancelling out Jordi Escobar’s opener for the hosts.Shoretire was sprung from the bench in the 74th minute, making history as both the UEFA Youth League and United’s youngest-ever player at this level, aged just 14 years and 314 days.A diminutive winger, Shoretire is eligible to play for Nigeria and has already been invited to train with England’s youth sides after impressing above his age over the past two years.He is highly regarded at Old Trafford, and was part of this summer’s U18 and U23 pre-season training camp in Austria.The winger, just 14 years, 10 months and 10 days old, made his debut in the 2-1 win over Valencia – and is also believed to be the youngest player the Reds have fielded in an official youth team league or cup match.last_img read more

Syracuse snags 3-star safety Fredrick’s commitment

first_img Published on June 27, 2014 at 8:15 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ Three-star safety Chris Fredrick committed to Syracuse on Friday, according to multiple reports.The Cedar Grove (Ga.) High School junior is the second Class of 2015 commit on Friday. Sterling Hofrichter, a kicker, announced his intentions just hours before.Fredrick is 6 feet, 160 pounds according to his profile. He chose Syracuse over offers from Mississippi State, Old Dominion and Ball State, among others.He is the 17th overall verbal commitment to the Class of 2015. Marquise Blair, who committed Monday, is the only other safety in the class. Frederick is the first player in the class from Georgia. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textcenter_img Related Stories Safety Blair joins Syracuse’s Class of 2015 after weekend visit, snubs Purdue, Oregon StateKicker Hofrichter commits to Syracuselast_img read more

Setter Elena Karakasi plays pivotal role in Syracuse’s offense

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 27, 2019 at 9:39 pm Contact Roshan: [email protected] | @Roshan_f16 A glance at the scoreboard in the Women’s Building reveals two in-game stats for every player on the court: kills and service aces. For Polina Shemanova, Ella Saada and Marina Markova, the red digits increase as they drill attack-after-attack. In most games, the scoreboard usually sums up how well they played.But for setter Elena Karakasi, that scoreboard doesn’t reveal her impact. An integral part of Syracuse, her setting doesn’t directly show on her teammates’ kill totals. Her role as a reliable setter is imperative to the Orange’s success — she’s the glue keeping the offense alive.“Years before, I was thinking that ‘I’m a setter, but no one actually cares what I’m doing’ so I don’t get praise for anything,” Karakasi said. “But now that I’m here, playing at a different level, I understand what I’m doing.”In 2018, Karakasi was a backup to senior Jalissa Trotter, appearing in every set for just three of the Orange’s 28 games. This season, she was forced into the starting role after Trotter’s graduation and Dana Valelly’s departure from the program. Karakasi has since appeared in 61 of 62 sets for the Orange (6-11, 3-7 Atlantic Coast) and averages 8.05 assists per set, eighth-best in the ACC.Last year, head coach Leonid Yelin considered redshirting Karakasi. He ultimately decided not to because the coaching staff determined it would be better for her to have a little bit of time to play. Behind Trotter, Karakasi learned the importance of aggressiveness, something she noticed she was missing.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textKarleigh Merritt-Henry | Digital Design EditorYelin said he was confident that if needed, Karakasi could’ve been ready to fill in for Trotter and run the team last year. Karakasi’s offseason growth gave the SU coaching staff confidence in her ability to replace Trotter, who finished her career with the eighth most assists in program history.Karakasi spent most of her summer in Syracuse, allowing her to work out every day with middle blocker Abby Casiano. Yelin and assistant coach Derryk Williams both cite Karakasi’s offseason work as the reason she improved in hitting, setting and jumping, among other things.“When we saw her in preseason, it was unbelievable, she was jumping three or four inches higher,” Williams said. “We were just looking around like ‘OK, she worked.’”Karakasi said that last year was the true challenge for her — the adjustment to American volleyball along with the experience of all the older players was intimidating. After overcoming the pressures that were associated with her freshman year season, this season feels “normal,” she said.Running the offense this year began with constant repetitions and building chemistry with her outside hitters. Her connection with Shemanova, her roommate, is better than ever, she said. Shemanova likes when there’s a free ball because that means the outside hitter has enough time to exchange a quick look with Karakasi. But Karakasi admits that even without the facial expressions, she’s confident in their relationship.She’s learned that Shemanova likes her sets with more pace on the ball, too. Shemanova approaches the ball with more speed because she’s shorter than most who play her position, she said. Little adjustments allow Karakasi to put her hitters into the best possible positions, approaching hittable balls with the fewest number of opposing blockers.Karakasi’s teammates certainly appreciate her reliability and consistency. On an Instagram post which commended Shemanova as the ACC’s kills per set and points per set leader, Shemanova commented “wouldn’t achieve it without you obviously,” in reference to her setter.Williams admits that the staff is tough on Karakasi, “challenging her as much, if not more than anybody else on the team to be a really good player.” So, while the offensive spotlight will continue to shine on Shemanova and Saada, Karakasi will continue to do her job, even if the scoreboard doesn’t always show it.Said Yelin: “She is just the setter who we wanted in the first place.” Commentslast_img read more

Stone Cold presents a unique gift to Triple H at Madison Square Garden

first_img 1 year ago Stone Cold Steve Austin makes a big statement about his match against The Rock at Wrestlemania X-SEVEN [email protected] and I have shared many moments over the years, many of them @TheGarden. Last night at #RawMSG he gave me this amazing framed photo of @myMotorhead … so cool! For this and the years spent up and down the road….Thank you!— Triple H (@TripleH) September 10, 2019 Karthik Nair Last Updated: 15th September, 2019 14:24 IST Stone Cold Presents A Unique Gift To Triple H At Madison Square Garden Austin had met Triple H backstage and had also presented a special gift to ‘The Game’. Stone Cold had presented ‘Hunter’ with a framed photo of Motorhead. WE RECOMMEND READ: Ken Shamrock reveals details of the famous chair shot from The RockStone Cold and Triple H as competitorsBoth Stone Cold and the ‘King of Kings’ were two of the toughest competitors in professional wrestling. The two have had a lot of rivalries, especially at the Madison Square Garden.  Both superstars have also won the King of The Tournament. Stone Cold had won it in 1996 while ‘The Game’ had won it the following year. READ: Ken Shamrock expresses desire to share ring with Brock LesnarREAD:Batista gives a savage reply to troll who mocked his famous chant First Published: 15th September, 2019 13:14 IST FOLLOW US Written By COMMENTcenter_img WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Stone Cold Steve Austin is an extremely popular wrestler. In fact, Austin was a megastar as well as the company’s face during the ‘Attitude Era’ i.e. during the mid and late 90s and early 2000s. Stone Cold’s popularity helped WWE then known as WWF in earning a lot of revenue. Steve Anderson’s persona of ‘Stone Cold Steve Austin’ turned out to be a huge blockbuster back in the day and even today he continues to be one of WWE’s most electrifying superstars. Not only as a hero, but Austin was also accepted very well as a heel by the wrestling fans. ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ has feuded with eminent superstars including the likes of Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Brett Hart, Kane, The Undertaker, Big Show, The Rock, etc. Just like Austin’s rivalry with Rock, his rivalry with HHH is also very famous. Recently, both the Attitude Era legends had come face-to-face with each other backstage.READ: Undertaker and Stone Cold presented with special gifts by MSGStone Cold presents a special gift to Triple H Stone Cold Steve Austin had made his presence felt last Monday night on Raw which was held at the Madison Square Garden in New York City where he had stunned AJ Styles who had interrupted the WWE Universal Championship contract signing between Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins. However, Austin had met Triple H backstage and had also presented a special gift to ‘The Game’. The former WWF Champion presented ‘Hunter’ with a framed photo of one of the iconic bands, Motorhead whom Triple H has a good association with. In fact, HHH was very close to Lemmy Kilmister, who was the founder of the band. Lemmy passed away in 2015. Motorhead has worked on some of ‘The Cerebral Assasin’s hit entrance songs which include ‘King of Kings’, ‘The Game’ and ‘Line in the Sand’ (when Triple H was the leader of Evolution).  Triple H took to social media and shared the special gift which was shared by Austin.  11 months ago Ken Shamrock reveals details of the famous chair shot from The Rock 11 months ago Stone Cold Steve Austin returns to MSG, delivers stunner to AJ Styles 11 months ago Undertaker chokeslams Sami Zayn in middle of ring as he returns to MSG LIVE TV 11 months ago Undertaker and Stone Cold presented with special gifts by MSGlast_img read more

Injury concerns for Liverpool

first_imgThe fitness of Daniel Sturridge is once again in doubt, with the new Premier League season just over a week away.The striker appeared to pull a muscle while scoring Liverpool’s third goal in a 3-nil friendly defeat of Bayern Munich last night. Photo © Pixabaylast_img

LeBron James impresses but Lakers lose NBA opener

first_imgLeBron James scored 26 points on his NBA debut for the LA Lakers who slipped to a 128-119 loss by the Portland Trail Blazers in their season opener.The four-time MVP’s total, the second highest scored by a Lakers debutant, included 12 rebounds and six assists.Damian Lillard scored 28 points for Portland and Nik Stauskas matched his career high with 24, on his debut.This was Portland’s 16th successive win over the 16-time NBA champions, dating back to 2013.James, who led Cleveland to their first NBA championship in 2016 after returning to the team from the Miami Heat, is playing for a Western Conference franchise for the first time in his career.The 33-year-old signed a four-year deal with the Lakers in the summer, earning a reported $154m (£118.2m) over the term.last_img read more

Clippers rout Kings in season finale to lock up No. 4 seed

first_imgLOS ANGELES >> In a perfect world, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan would not have been on the court in the second half of the Clippers’ regular-season finale on Wednesday, a 115-95 victory over the Sacramento Kings.The San Antonio Spurs would have won in Utah, locking the Clippers into the fourth seed by halftime of their game and thereby allowing Doc Rivers the luxury of giving his stars those extra minutes of rest before the playoffs start on Saturday.This was the reality: The Jazz topped San Antonio 101-97 in a game that started 90 minutes before Clippers-Kings, meaning the Clippers needed a win to hold on to the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.That meant Paul, Griffin and Jordan needed to go to work to ensure that Games 1 of the best-of-7 series against Utah would open at Staples Center. All five Clippers starters scored in double digits, led by 18 each from Jordan and J.J. Redick, who set a Clippers’ regular-season record with 201 3-pointers. Jordan had 17 rebounds.Paul finished with 17 points, nine assists and five rebounds. Griffin was even closer to a triple-double: 15 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.The Clippers will have two practice days before opening the postseason against Utah. While the teams were on a playoff collision course for the final month of the season, playoff seeding came down to the final night of the regular season.With the victory, the Clippers matched the Jazz with a 51-31 record. By virtue of winning the season series against the Jazz, 3-1, the Clippers own the tiebreaker. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img No problem.The Clippers’ trio of All-Stars combined to score 25 of the team’s 34 points in the third quarter, as L.A. turned a narrow 53-47 halftime lead into a 14-point edge entering the fourth.Two weeks earlier, the Clippers built an 18-point fourth-quarter lead against the Kings only to watch it evaporate. That was March 26. After that, the Clippers went on one of their best runs of the season, winning their final seven games, matching their two longest streaks of the season.Rivers was taking no chances of a repeat on Wednesday, leaving his top players on the court until 2:24 remained in the fourth when the lead had ballooned to 21.“We would love home court,” Rivers said before the game. “We’ve played for it all year. We have a chance to get it. It would be a shame if we don’t get it.”last_img read more

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