Ministry of Health launches three month Diabetic foot program this morning

first_imgHealthLifestyleLocalNews Ministry of Health launches three month Diabetic foot program this morning by: – June 10, 2011 13 Views   no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Tweetcenter_img Share Photo credit: topnews.comThe Ministry of Health is undertaking a three month programme for the Management of Diabetic Foot in Dominica.That program will be officially launched this morning.Diabetes is the leading cause of premature deaths in the region. It is the fourth main cause of death in Dominica.It is also the most common cause of amputation that is not the result of an accident.Diabetic foot complications are leading causes of lower extremity amputation.As a result the Minister of Health and Prime Minister are concerned about the number of amputees in Dominica.Recently the Health Promotion Resource Centre presented a proposal to the Pan American Health Organization- PAHO for the Management of Diabetic Footin Dominica and this proposal was accepted.The target population includes health care workers working at health centers and hospitals,NGOs, Yes We Care Workers which provides care for the elderly diabetics, Pedicurists and the Dominican population through awareness media campaign across the country.Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

Indian Swimmer Virdhawal Khade in Men’s 50m Butterfly Swimming Finals

first_imgJakarta: Indian swimmer Virdhawal Khade on Thursday advanced to the men’s 50 metre butterfly swimming finals of the 18th Asian Games here.Taking a time of 24.09 seconds, the 26-year-old topped the Heat-2 charts, securing the fifth place in the final list.Anshul Kothari, the other Indian in the fray, despite winning the Heat-1 after clocking 25.45 seconds, failed to make the cut as he was placed at the 28th place in the qualification list.Finals of the event will be held later on Thursday. IANSlast_img read more

Stalemate in Madrid Derby

first_imgReal Madrid failed to win for a second straight game and missed the chance to go top of La Liga as they drew at home with city rivals Atletico Madrid yesterday. Real, beaten by Sevilla in midweek, could have overtaken Barcelona, who drew against Athletic Bilbao earlier. Welshman Gareth Bale volleyed an effort narrowly wide before being replaced at half-time because of injury. Atletico’s best chance fell to Antoine Griezmann, but the Frenchman’s dinked shot was saved by Thibaut Courtois. The Belgium goalkeeper’s former Chelsea team-mate Diego Costa was a peripheral figure and has now gone 16 league games without a goal.Real were the better side in the second half but did not fully test goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who smothered Marco Asensio’s shot and palmed away Dani Carvajal’s strike. As the home supporters got frustrated, chants of “Ronaldo, Ronaldo” were clearly audible in the second half. Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo left the club to join Juventus in the summer.The Champions League holders return to European action on Tuesday with a trip CSKA Moscow, before Atletico, who won the Europa League last season, host Club Brugge the following day. RESULTSWest Ham 3 – 1 Man UnitedArsenal 2 – 0 WatfordEverton 3 – 0 FulhamHuddersfield 0 – 2 TottenhamMan City 2 – 0 BrightonNewcastle 0 – 2 LeicesterWolves 2 – 0 SouthamptonChelsea 1 – 1 LiverpoolRoma 3 – 1 LazioJuventus 3 – 1 NapoliInter 2 – 0 CagliariReal Sociedad 0 – 1 ValenciaBarcelona 1 – 1 Athletic BilbaoEibar 1 – 3 SevillaReal Madrid 0 – 0 Atletico MadridShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Arsenal Appoint Ex-captain, Arteta as Head Coach

first_imgMikel-Arteta He will take over as Gunners boss on Sunday, leaving Freddie Ljungberg in interim charge for the trip to Everton – another of Arteta’s former clubs – on Saturday (today).Arsenal are 10th in the Premier League with 22 points.“We all know there is a lot of work to be done to achieve that but I am confident we’ll do it,” added Arteta.“I’m realistic enough to know it won’t happen overnight, but the current squad has plenty of talent and there is a great pipeline of young players coming through from the academy.”Arteta’s coaching team has not yet been announced.Ljungberg has won once in five matches since being appointed on a caretaker basis on 29 November, and the Swede called for some clarity on the situation after Sunday’s 3-0 home defeat by champions Manchester City.The Gunners have now gone six games without a win at Emirates Stadium, their longest run without a home victory since 1995. Arsenal are seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, after five victories in 17 matches this season.Former midfielder Arteta, who made 150 appearances for the Gunners between 2011 and 2016 and captained the side, was linked with replacing Arsene Wenger at the Emirates in 2018 before the club appointed Emery.Before joining Arsenal, Arteta spent six years at Everton, making 209 appearances. The Toffees are without a permanent manager since Marco Silva was dismissed on December 6, and also showed interest in the Spaniard.Earlier in his career, Arteta spent two years at Scottish Premiership side Rangers before joining Real Sociedad in 2004.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Arsenal have appointed their former captain Mikel Arteta as head coach on a three-and-a-half-year deal.The 37-year-old won the FA Cup twice in a five-year career with the Gunners and succeeds fellow Spaniard Unai Emery, who was sacked in November.Arsenal sack Unai Emery: Manager leaves after 18 months in chargeArsenal sack manager Unai Emery after picking up just four Premier League wins this season.Arteta had been working as a coach under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, joining the club in 2016 after retiring as a player.“We need to be competing for the top trophies in the game,” Arteta said.“That’s been made very clear to me in my discussions with owners, Stan and Josh Kroenke and the senior people from the club.”last_img read more

Syracuse attack gives balanced yet inefficient performance in home loss to Clemson

first_imgThe Syracuse offense passed the eye test, but statistically was not up to par.SU setter Gosia Wlaszczuk spread the ball around, but the Orange’s hitters were not consistently converting sets into points.“Our offense was not good,” SU head coach Leonid Yelin said. “How it could be good if its (middle blocker Monika Salkute), out of 41 swings, .098 (hitting percentage)? If it’s (outside hitter Silvi Uattara), out of 40, .025 overall? I mean, this numbers, it’s not good.”Syracuse (8-16, 1-11 Atlantic Coast) fell to Clemson (17-9, 5-7) in four sets Friday night in the Women’s Building with a balanced yet inefficient offensive attack. For the first time in ACC play, four players scored double-digit points for the Orange. Right-side hitter Stacey Smith stepped up to provide SU with early offense as SU won the first set.“It maybe seems like (the offense was better) because one of our players, which we’re really pleased she stood up today, is Stacey,” Yelin said. “I think offensively, this was probably her best match.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSmith had 11 kills on 24 attempts as well as two block assists to give her 12 points, tied for second-most on the team.During a key run in the first set in which SU came back from down three to tie the set at 16, Smith had four kills and a block assist.“It was amazing to have one more player to go to,” Wlaszczuk said of Smith offering her another option on the offensive end.Wlaszczuk seemed to make every right decision in the first set in deciding whom to pass to. Yelin said he “helped” her more than he usually does, trying to get her to kill a bad habit.Being new to the setter position, Wlaszczuk is more likely to set the players she is most comfortable with, notably Uattara and Salkute. When she does, the SU offense becomes predictable, allowing defenses to set up double and triple blocks on the primary Orange attackers.Against Clemson, Yelin told Wlaszczuk not to set Uattara and Salkute when they were in the back row and for the most part, she listened.“I said, ‘Leave them alone, I will tell you when it’s time, you can get in,’ and she did,” Yelin said.Senior middle blocker Lindsay McCabe was another recipient of Wlaszczuk’s new mentality, recording eight kills on 23 attempts. She also had eight block assists.McCabe had three kills and three block assists in the first set, when the SU offense looked to be at its best.“I think Gosia was just delivering me the ball really well and that makes my job easy,” McCabe said.Her play was less consistent for the rest of the match, something McCabe blamed on a lack of mental awareness.The distribution of points early in the game should have made Salkute and Uattara’s jobs easier, but neither was able to finish consistently.Uattara, SU’s primary offensive weapon, didn’t receive the most sets for the fourth time in ACC play and said she saw fewer double and triple blocks than usual due to Wlaszczuk’s sharing. When she got the ball, Uattara simply wasn’t finishing.As Yelin said, while it may have looked good, SU’s offense did not perform efficiently.As a team, SU hit .128 and made 30 attack errors, six more than Clemson despite five fewer attempts.Yelin looked back at the game positively, pleased with his team’s drive and Wlaszczuk’s growth as a setter.Said Yelin: “She’s doing a phenomenal job for somebody who’s never done this.“That’s what we keep telling all of them.” Comments Published on November 7, 2014 at 11:33 pm Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Daybreak poll analyzes likely outcome of election

first_imgA poll conducted by the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics in partnership with the Los Angeles Times is applying a new approach to tracking political opinions. The USC/Los Angeles Times “Daybreak” Poll implements a rating scale to ask a panel of approximately 3,000 participants questions about their outlooks on the presidential race.The poll, which launched in July 2016 and will run through the November election, is part of the Understanding America Survey managed by the Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research. The UAS is a panel at USC comprised of 5,500 individuals representing the United States. The study is an ‘Internet’ panel, meaning that participants use computers, smartphones and tablets to engage in the survey. Respondents answer questions about a variety of topics, including their household demographics, health, retirement plans and thoughts on the election. The UAS election panel consists of around 3,000 randomly recruited participants from the wider panel who have agreed to answer questions about the election. Each day, around 400 individuals out of those 3,000 are asked to state the likelihood that they will vote in the election, the candidate that they will likely vote for and the chance they think each candidate has of winning. The results of the poll are weighted to take into account demographic characteristics, such as race, gender and income, from the U.S. Census Current Population, and adjusted to the 2012 presidential election outcome based on how participants voted back then. The results are regularly updated online, along with averages of all the prior week’s responses. The Daybreak Poll exhibits a distinguishing characteristic from most polls, which will ask people which candidate they prefer and exclude people who are undecided from any analysis of candidate support. The Daybreak Poll, however, asks participants to rate, using a 0-100 scale, their chances of voting for Clinton, Trump or another candidate. Because of this, every participant will influence the results, which provides insight into how uncertain voters are currently feeling. Unruh Institute Director Dan Schnur said that this method allows for better monitoring of how voters’ opinions are changing. “Our poll isn’t simply measuring the preference for candidates, but rather the intensity of voter support,” Schnur said. “It’s become increasingly clear over the past few months that while Clinton enjoys support from a larger number of voters in this election, Trump supporters are much more fervent in their support of his candidacy.” Some have expressed concerns that the Daybreak Poll shows a Republican bias in terms of candidate support, because of how it factors in the way people voted in the 2012 election. The poll weighs the sample of participants so that 25 percent of the sample are people who claimed to have voted for 2012 Republican party nominee Mitt Romney and 27 percent for President Barack Obama. But problems can occur with self-reported past voting when people aren’t honest about how they voted. Some polls have revealed that the percentage of people who — after an election — say that they voted for the winner exceeds the winner’s actual vote. This weighting could potentially cause too many Republican voters to be included the sample, giving Donald Trump a boost in support. Jill Darling, the survey director of the UAS, said that all pollsters vary in terms of how they choose to collect and model their data. She doesn’t think that there is a definitively accurate technique to poll voters. “One study found that people who had not voted for an incumbent were less likely to participate in a subsequent study about election results,” Darling said. “We can’t know if people are under-reporting votes for a non-incumbent, or whether the sample itself may just not have enough of those people [who didn’t vote for an incumbent] in it.”Some USC students believe that while the poll is useful, it does have certain drawbacks. Ali Main, a junior studying broadcast journalism, said that although she consults the poll frequently, she doesn’t think it’s necessarily indicative of the outcome of the actual election. “The Daybreak Poll is definitely interesting because it constantly surveys the same panel of voters,” Main said. “However, I think some of the polling choices, including weighing the sample based on people’s self-reported voting in 2012 and using the 0 to 100 rating scale and the effects that these choices have on the data prove that the results of any one poll are not enough to accurately predict what will happen on election day. I look at the results of this poll on a regular basis, but I can’t base my thoughts on the state of the election on polling data alone.”last_img read more

Peru End Brazil’s 17-match Unbeaten Run

first_imgPeru ended Brazil’s 17-match unbeaten run with a 1-0 friendly win in Los Angeles.Luis Abram scored the only goal in the 84th minute, inflicting the first defeat in over a year on the five-time world champions.The introduction of forwards Neymar, Vinicius Junior, Lucas Paqueta and Bruno Henrique at half-time made little difference to an off-colour Brazil. Brazil had beaten Peru 3-1 in the Copa America final in July.Meanwhile, Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez scored a 22-minute hat-trick as Argentina beat Mexico 4-0 in a friendly in San Antonio.Paris St-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes scored the other goal from the penalty spot as Argentina, who were without Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Angel di Maria, completed the scoring in the first half.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Harry Maguire: Man Utd agree £80m deal for Leicester defender

first_imgJoao FelixBenfica to Atletico Madrid£113m Source: Opta Antoine GriezmannAtletico Madrid to Barcelona£107m NeymarBarcelona to Paris St-Germain£200m Source: BBC Passes6152405443 Cristiano RonaldoReal Madrid to Juventus£99.2m Most expensive transfers of all time Clearances5. Cristiano RonaldoManchester United to Real Madrid£80m United had a long-standing interest in Maguire but they backed away from a deal 12 months ago because they felt the £70m that would be needed for a transfer to be concluded was too high.He signed a five-year contract at Leicester last September and manager Brendan Rodgers made it clear at the end of the season he felt Maguire could develop even more if he remained at the club.Maguire began his career at Sheffield United in 2011, making 139 league appearances for the Blades before joining Hull in 2014.He was part of the Hull side that earned promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs in 2016 but left for Leicester in a £17m deal following the Tigers’ relegation 12 months later.The defender made his England debut in August 2017 and was part of the side that reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.He becomes one of seven central defenders on the books at United, joining Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and Axel Tuanzebe. Aerial duels won4. Manchester United have reached an agreement to sign England centre-back Harry Maguire from Leicester for £80m – a world record fee for a defender.The 26-year-old is expected to complete a medical at the club at the weekend.He will become United’s third summer signing following Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James, who arrived from Crystal Palace and Swansea respectively.Maguire made 69 Premier League appearances for Leicester after joining from Hull City in 2017.The deal means Maguire becomes the world’s most expensive defender, eclipsing the £75m Liverpool paid Southampton for Virgil van Dijk in January 2018. Harry MaguireLeicester to Manchester United£80m Eden HazardChelsea to Real Madrid£89m Paul PogbaJuventus to Manchester United£89m Gareth BaleTottenham to Real Madrid£85m Premier League 2018-19 – per 90 minutes Duels won6. Ousmane DembeleBorussia Dortmund to Barcelona£135m Kylian MbappeMonaco to Paris St-Germain£165m PlayerClubsFee Harry MaguireVictor LindelofChris SmallingPhil JonesEric Baillylast_img read more

31st Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ Fun Triathlon results

first_img31st Annual Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ FunNelson, BCOlympic Distance Individual Results(1.5 Km Swim – 39 Km Bike – 10 Km Run)1     2:03:43 Eddie SMITH             Penticton      1/6   Men 30-392     2:04:18 Gary WADE               Kelowna        1/14  Men 40-493     2:07:25 Chad REID               Kelowna        2/6   Men 30-394     2:08:09 Todd MARTIN             Kelowna        3/6   Men 30-395 DQ  2:09:44 Helen MUNRO             Kelowna        1/86     2:10:40 Kyle MOORE              Calgary        1/8   Men 20-297     2:11:23 James YOUNG             Kelowna        2/14  Men 40-498     2:14:21 Sarah MACARTHUR         Calgary        1/5   Women 20-299 DQ  2:16:19 Stephanie HALL          London         1/6   Women 30-3910     2:17:22 Ron SHERMAN             Nelson         3/14  Men 40-4911     2:17:39 Kelly GEISHEIMER        Rossland       2/6   Women 30-3912     2:18:03 Greg WELWOOD            Burnaby        4/14  Men 40-4913     2:19:59 Mike KONKIN             Trail          5/14  Men 40-4914     2:20:51 Mark WOOD               Edmonton       1/13  Men 50-5915     2:22:27 Kim B HEINZE            Calgary        2/13  Men 50-5916     2:22:56 Jaime FREDERICK         Nelson         6/14  Men 40-4917     2:23:11 Travis KELLN            Swift Curren   7/14  Men 40-4918     2:24:53 Christopher SWIFT       Castlegar      2/8   Men 20-2919     2:25:43 Michael OGLOFF          Salmon Arm     3/8   Men 20-2920     2:28:16 Matthew JACKSON         Penticton      3/13  Men 50-5921     2:28:48 Jackson GIROUX          Nelson         4/6   Men 30-3922     2:28:58 Claire YOUNG            Kelowna        3/6   Women 30-3923     2:30:26 Curtis SCHREIBER        Kelowna        4/13  Men 50-5924     2:32:28 Danita SCHREIBER        Kelowna        2/8   Women 50-5925     2:35:45 Josh LEHMAN             Edmonton       4/8   Men 20-2926     2:36:34 Rachel OLDRING          Calgary        4/6   Women 30-3927     2:37:08 Chris CHARBONNEAU       Kelowna        1/7   Men 60-6928     2:38:14 Andrew KYLE             Calgary        5/13  Men 50-5929     2:39:04 Scott DRESSLER          Fernie         8/14  Men 40-4930     2:40:49 Mark FROMBERG           Kelowna        6/13  Men 50-5931     2:41:05 Sharisse KYLE           Nelson         3/8   Women 50-5932     2:42:52 Malcolm SARGENT         Kimberley      7/13  Men 50-33     2:43:09 Stephen HARRIS          Nelson         9/14  Men 40-4934     2:44:12 Stephane GRONDIN        Surrey        10/14  Men 40-4935     2:44:48 Tavis HORKOFF           Nelson         5/6   Men 30-3936     2:45:04 Lyle CRISPIN            Rossland      11/14  Men 40-4937     2:45:09 Robbi LEBLANC           Nelson         6/6   Men 30-3938     2:45:18 Catherine LUNDSTROM     Nelson       4/8   Women 50-5939     2:49:10 Kim IRVING              Nelson         5/8   Women 50-5940     2:49:19 Luke LEHMAN             Edmonton       5/8   Men 20-41     2:50:10 Con DIAMOND             Nelson         2/7   Men 60-6942     2:50:23 Lauren KOCH             Salmon Arm     5/6   Women 30-3943     2:50:33 Amanda BAXTER           Vancouver      2/5   Women 20-2944     2:52:19 Melanie MOBBS           Salmo          1/5   Women 40-4945     2:54:22 Curtis SHERSTOBITOFF    Castlegar     12/14  Men 40-4946     2:55:41 Milo FINK               Regina         3/7   Men 60-6947     2:55:50 Nancy JOHNSON           Calgary        2/5   Women 40-4948     2:56:09 Peter WARD              Nelson         8/13  Men 50-5949     2:56:51 Marie WREDE             Nakusp         6/8   Women 50-5950     2:57:51 Sabrina YULE            Castlegar      3/5   Women 20-51     2:58:03 Beth DIBELLA            Edmonton       4/5   Women 20-2952     2:58:17 Devin CORRIGALL         Victoria       6/8   Men 20-2953     2:58:17 Kelsey LAW              Castlegar      1/1   Women 18-1954     2:58:40 Alyson JENKINS          Calgary        6/6   Women 30-3955     2:58:59 Ashley GIBBENHUCK   Castlegar      5/5   Women 20-2956     2:59:37 Mal FINCH               Vancouver      4/7   Men 60-6957     3:00:09 Jim WERNHAM             Winnipeg       9/13  Men 50-5958     3:03:09 Wendy HENLY             Kelowna        7/8   Women 50-5959     3:06:28 Peter LEE               Nelson        10/13  Men 50-5960     3:06:28 Jon PIDERMAN            Nelson         7/8   Men 20-2961     3:07:54 Mel HUNT                Kelowna        5/7   Men 60-6962     3:09:12 Sem KELPIN              Salmo         13/14  Men 40-4963     3:10:50 Linda JOHANNSON         Nelson         3/5   Women 40-4964     3:11:11 Trevor YONKMAN          Castlegar      8/8   Men 20-65     3:11:51 Geoff YULE              Castlegar     11/13  Men 50-5966     3:12:40 Valerie MCTAVISH        Kelowna        4/5   Women 40-4967     3:16:32 Mike COCHLIN            Calgary       14/14  Men 40-4968     3:16:43 Christine PARADIS       Whitehorse     8/8   Women 50-5969     3:19:56 Dwain BOYER             Nelson         6/7   Men 60-6970     3:28:06 Graham JAMIN            Nelson        12/13  Men 50-5971     3:31:35 Al SMITH                Osoyoos        7/7   Men 60-6972     3:31:37 Roger FONTAINE          Nelson        13/13  Men 50-5973 DNF         Dana JACOBSEN           Denver         5/5   Women 40-49Olympic Distance Team Results 2     2:14:24 Goggles Gear And Gatorade          3/8   Open Team         Swim:  Hannah DEVRIES  — Nelson                  3   27:21Bike:  John DEVRIES  — Nelson                            3 1:05:18Run:  Anthony MALEY  — Nelson                          3   41:45 8     1:38:07 Etoiles                                   6/9   Open Team        Swim:  Pierre MAGNAN  — Nelson              6   11:06Bike:  Pierre SABOURIN  — Nelson             8   47:44Run:  Caroline MAGNAN  — Nelson           10   39:18 6    3:03:19 Isaidrunnotfun                            7/8   Open Team           Swim:  Robin HALL  — Fruitvale             6   30:24Bike:  Richard LOFTHOUSE  — Fruitvale     4 1:13:53Run:  Douglas HALL  — Fruitvale           8 1:19:03 4     2:38:20 Bickhicklin                               5/8   Open Team           Swim:  Larry BICKERTON  — Nelson           7   33:54Bike:  Mary ASSELIN  — Nelson        6 1:18:38Run:  Dennis HICKSON  — Nelson       4   45:50 9     1:39:05 Little Lost Longhorns                     7/9   Open Team       Swim:  Kelly CRAWFORD  — Dallas             8   12:50Bike:  Robert CRAWFORD  — Dallas                2   44:53Run:  Kelly CRAWFORD  — Dallas                11   41:22 3     1:21:01 Team Oahu                                 1/2   Team Under 16     Swim:  Mary Sage COWAN  — Nelson      2    9:26Bike:  Charlie STEWART  — Hong Kong     7   46:57Run:  Nicolas STEWART  — Hong Kong      4   24:39 5     2:51:44 Beauties And The Beast       6/8   Open Team          Swim:  Meg WHYTE  — Balfour         4   27:50Bike:  Chris TALBOT  — Castlegar            7 1:21:00Run:  Vicky ISSOTT  — Nelson        7 1:02:55 Sprint Distance Team Results(0.5 Km Swim – 22 Km Bike – 5 Km Run)1     1:03:43 Greater Trail Swim Club                   1/9   Open Team       Swim:  Eden KORMENDY  — Fruitvale             1    7:55Bike:  Adrian HAMILTON  — Rossland              1   35:12Run:  Jackson KONKIN  — Trail                 1   20:37 21     1:25:05 Shane PEARSALL          Calgary        2/8   Men 50-22     1:25:24 Allison SCHLOSSER       Nelson         2/11  Women 18-2923     1:25:36 James STEWART           Hong Kong      2/7   Men 60+24     1:25:38 David KONKIN            North Vancou   5/8   Men 30-3925     1:25:55 Tom MURRAY              Nelson         4/12  Men 40-4926     1:26:00 Kelly WATERFIELD        Nakusp         1/12  Women 50-5927     1:26:28 Dylan FOSTER-VIRTUE     Robson         3/6   Men 18-2928     1:26:39 Nicola EVERTON          Nelson         4/13  Women 40-4929     1:26:46 Otis LIPPITT            Three Hills    4/6   Men 18-2930     1:27:06 Justin LIVINGSTONE      Rossland       5/6   Men 18-2931     1:27:19 Brian VANOENE           Kelowna        3/8   Men 50-5932     1:27:28 Sandra DORGELO          Christina La   5/13  Women 40-4933     1:27:33 Jim LOGGIE              Calgary        3/7   Men 60+34     1:27:35 Kristin BOND            Vancouver      7/16  Women 30-3935    1:27:51 Lynal DOERKSEN          Wycliffe       5/12  Men 40-4936     1:28:19 Amber GENERO            Prince Georg   8/16  Women 30-3937     1:29:46 Amanda ROBB             Three Hills    3/11  Women 18-2938     1:29:58 Wendy ANDERSON          Bonnington     6/13  Women 40-4938    1:30:17 Robert BAIRD            Lethbridge     6/8   Men 30-3940     1:30:48 Kevin MCGUIRE           Nelson         6/12  Men 40-4941     1:31:10 Peter POLLHAMMER        Kelowna        4/7   Men 60+42     1:31:45 Andrea BLAIR            Trail          4/11  Women 18-2943     1:32:13 Danielle DAROUX         Rossland       7/13  Women 40-4944     1:32:24 Dylan DEVRIES           Nelson         1/1   Men 16-1745     1:32:30 Hugo ACOSTA-RAMIREZ     Calgary        6/6   Men 18-2946     1:33:32 Bernardino CARPIO       Nelson         7/12  Men 40-4947     1:34:04 Paul MCCREEDY           Calgary        4/8   Men 50-5948     1:34:18 Jodie STEVENS           Kelowna        5/11  Women 18-2949     1:34:25 Gary THOMPSON           Bonnington     8/12  Men 40-4950     1:34:35 Lindsay JENNINGS        Nelson         6/11  Women 18-2951     1:35:00 Stacy James FRY         Calgary        9/12  Men 40-4952     1:35:04 Blaine MCFADDEN         Kimberley      7/8   Men 30-3953     1:35:38 Alissa BRYDEN           Rossland       9/16  Women 30-3954     1:35:43 Pete SCHRODER           Fruitvale     10/12  Men 40-4955     1:35:50 Tim WOHLBERG            Kelowna       11/12  Men 40-4956     1:36:55 Katie SHARPE            Edmonton       7/11  Women 18-2957     1:37:03 Tammy KING              Castlegar     10/16  Women 30-3958     1:37:07 Victor COMMANDEUR       Nelson         5/8   Men 50-5959     1:38:43 Jessica LAROCQUE        Nelson        11/16  Women 30-3960     1:38:55 Brent IRVING            Nelson         6/8   Men 50-5961     1:39:01 Kendra PERRY            Nelson         8/11  Women 18-2962     1:39:22 Cheryl MUELLER          Nelson         2/12  Women 50-5963     1:40:16 Blaire SMITH            Nelson         9/11  Women 18-2964     1:40:42 Mark SCHMUTZ            Fruitvale      7/8   Men 50-5965     1:41:19 Irene BRINKMAN          Meadow Creek   3/12  Women 50-5966     1:41:32 Sheri ALLARIE           Nelson        12/16  Women 30-3967     1:43:43 Miriam SKELTON          Three Hills    4/12  Women 50-5968     1:44:44 Alison ROSE             Kelowna       13/16  Women 30-3969     1:45:15 Sarah MCAULEY           Trail         14/16  Women 30-3970    1:46:20 Doug MATTHEWS           Nelson         5/7   Men 60+71     1:47:21 Allison BUTLER          Vancouver      8/13  Women 40-4972     1:47:41 Emily GANONG            Calgary       10/11  Women 18-2973     1:49:40 Brent HOLOWAYCHUK       Nelson         8/8   Men 30-3974     1:51:49 Samantha VAN SCHIE      Nelson        11/11  Women 18-2975     1:52:13 Preet BAINS             Nelson        12/12  Men 40-4976     1:52:16 Wendy BRYDEN            Rossland       5/12  Women 50-5977     1:52:56 Deborah BIRD            Nelson         6/12  Women 50-5978     1:53:54 Dale FROMBERG           Kelowna        7/12  Women 50-5979     1:54:22 Peter MOLL              Castlegar      6/7   Men 60+80     1:55:56 Alan HYSSOP             Tagish         8/8   Men 50-5981     1:56:30 Yvonne PHILLIPS         Red Deer      15/16  Women 30-3982     1:56:56 Rachel WARKENTIN        Lethbridge    16/16  Women 30-3983     2:02:35 Karen HACKETT           Vancouver      8/12  Women 50-5984     2:08:48 Laurilee COMMANDEUR     Nelson         9/12  Women 50-5985     2:12:02 Heather CHOPKO BUTLER   North Van   9/13  Women 40-4986     2:12:02 Lisa RILEY              Vancouver     10/13  Women 40-4987     2:16:56 Sylvia MARION           Calgary       11/13  Women 40-4988     2:16:56 Lisa RAPLEY             Calgary       12/13  Women 40-4989     2:17:16 Lorelei OLSEN           Nelson        13/13  Women 40-4990     2:20:04 Michael PRATT           Nelson         7/7   Men 60+91     2:25:34 Barb WILLIAMS           Nelson        10/12  Women 50-5992     2:26:30 Hazel MILLER            Nelson         1/1   Women 60+93     2:29:02 Monique JAMIN           Calgary       11/12  Women 50-5994     2:29:02 Judy MOORE              Cochrane      12/12  Women 50-59DQ  1:06:02 Connor BREITKREUZ       Robson         1/6   Men 18-29 7    3:03:55 Twinbays Babes                            8/8   Open Team           Swim:  Kathryn SOMMERFELD  — Boswell                   8   40:07Bike:  Tara KEIRN  — Nelson                         8 1:22:24Run:  Candis KEIRN  — Delta                     6 1:01:25 1     2:06:28 Hodge Podge                               2/8   Open Team           Swim:  Gerald KLASSEN  — Trail                               2   26:11Bike:  Graham COCKSEDGE  — Powell River              2 1:03:13Run:  Graham COCKSEDGE  — Powell River               1   37:04 5     1:23:51 Nerds On The Go                           2/2   Team Under 16      Swim:  Olivia COWAN  — Nelson          3   10:02Bike:  Jack MCKIMM  — Nelson            6   46:44Run:  Lucy CARVER-BRENNAN  — Nelson         5   27:06 DQ  1:47:09 The Big Nickels                           1/8   Open Team        Swim:  Adrian COURT  — Calgary                     1   25:17Bike:  James LONGSTREET  — Calgary               1   40:20Run:  Adrian COURT  — Calgary                          2   41:33Sprint Distance Individual Results(0.5 Km Swim – 22 Km Bike – 5 Km Run)1     1:08:02 Ian SHARP               Kelowna        1/8   Men 30-392     1:11:05 Joel DELEENHEER         Victoria       1/12  Men 40-493     1:13:42 Dannica STEVENSON-WADE  Kelowna     1/13  Women 40-494     1:16:00 Juergen BAETZEL         Gray Creek     2/12  Men 40-495     1:16:25 Darrin MOREIRA          Castlegar      2/6   Men 18-296    1:17:07 Matthew LOZIE           Kelowna        2/8   Men 30-397     1:17:37 Renee SOENEN            Calgary        1/16  Women 30-8     1:18:49 Stefan SPERFELD         Nelson         3/8   Men 30-399     1:19:03 Robin WATT-SUTHERLAND   Salmon Arm 2/16  Women 30-3910     1:20:00 Randy TRERISE           Grand Forks    1/7   Men 60+11     1:20:18 John KOGA               Kelowna        3/12  Men 40-4912     1:22:07 Nikki JOMHA             Victoria       2/13  Women 40-4913     1:22:14 Suzie POIRIER           Medicine Hat   3/16  Women 30-3914     1:22:27 Jennifer KOGA           Kelowna        4/16  Women 30-3915     1:22:32 Stewart DAROUX          Rossland       1/8   Men 50-5916     1:23:33 Lisa GEORGE             Penticton      1/11  Women 18-29717     1:23:38 Janice POETSCH          Nelson         3/13  Women 40-4918     1:23:48 Darci WIWCHAR           Fort Mcmurra   5/16  Women 30-3919     1:23:53 Jennifer JOHNSON        Trail          6/16  Women 30-3920     1:24:07 Chauncy BLAIR           Nelson         4/8   Men 30-39 10     1:40:35 Cd Fitz                                   8/9   Open Team         Swim:  Denise FITZSIMMONS  — Chilliwack             11   16:16Bike:  Chris FITZSIMMONS  — Chilliwack       10   56:33Run:  Denise FITZSIMMONS  — Chilliwack             6   27:47 2     1:19:09 Yolo                                      2/9   Open Team          Swim:  Emily BARTLE  — Kamloops           4   10:06Bike:  Darion NORDICK  — Kamloops         5   46:43Run:  Matthew BARTLE  — Kamloops           2   22:21 7     1:31:52 Burning Diesel                            5/9   Open Team         Swim:  Mike TOLFREE  — Calgary          5   10:16Bike:  Dianna DUCS  — Nelson               9   49:24Run:  Liane BELLAND  — Calgary            8   32:13 6     1:28:22 Juicy                                     4/9   Open Team          Swim:  Shannon HARTSON  — Castlegar            7   12:22Bike:  Julie CRISPIN  — Rossland                 3   45:07Run:  Julie CRISPIN  — Rossland         7   30:55 3     2:35:52 Arrrrrr                                   4/8   Open Team          Swim:  Chris SCOTT  — Vancouver          5   29:41Bike:  Chris SCOTT  — Vancouver      5 1:14:02Run:  Kelly CARSWELL  — Vancouver              5   52:10 4     1:23:30 No Idea                                   3/9   Open Team          Swim:  Sarah DORGELO  — Christina Lake       9   14:15Bike:  Harold DORGELO  — Christina Lake        4   46:31Run:  Tyler ROBINSON  — Chilliwack             3   22:44 11     1:48:57 Two Kool Kats                             9/9   Open Team        Swim:  Colleen DRISCOLL  — Nelson                10   15:30Bike:  Robin CHERBO  — Nelson                  11   57:30Run:  Colleen DRISCOLL  — Nelson                9   35:57last_img read more


first_imgTHE CHANDELIER IS ONE OF FIVE GRADE I, BREEDERS’ CUP CHALLENGE ‘WIN & YOU’RE IN’ STAKES TO BE OFFERED AS PART OF 11-RACE BLOCKBUSTER CARD ON OPENING DAY ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 23, 2015)– Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer’s undefeated Songbird will face Bob Baffert’s Pretty N Cool as well as Doug O’Neill’s Land Over Sea among a field of nine 2-year-old fillies Saturday in the Grade I, $300,000 Chandelier Stakes at going 1 1/16 miles.Songbird, owned by Fox Hill Farms, will be seeking her third win in a row. After breaking her maiden over the new dirt track at Del Mar by six and a half lengths on July 26, Songbird went on to win impressively once again as the nearly even money favorite in the Grade I, Del Mar Debutante on Sept. 5. The five and a quarter-length win prompted regular rider Mike Smith to note, “For a big mare, things just come so easy for her.”The bay filly by Medaglia d’Oro had her most recent work Monday, going a half mile under Smith in 47 1/5 on Santa Anita’s main track, second fastest of 68 at the distance. She is 2-2-0-0 lifetime with $222,000 in earnings.Pretty N Cool comes off a game second in the Del Mar Debutante and draws the rail for Saturday. The Scat Daddy filly broke her maiden at first asking in a maiden special weight at Del Mar on July 19 and followed that with an impressive win as the odds-on favorite in the Grade II Sorrento Stakes Aug. 12.The dark gray owned by Karl Watson, Mike Pegram and Paul Weitman was purchased at the 2014 Keeneland September Yearling Sales for $160,000 and is 3-2-1-0 overall with $222,000 in earnings.Land Over Sea enters the Chandelier off a third place finish in the Debutante. The Debutante marked a return to dirt after her win in a seven furlong turf maiden special weight. The chestnut filly by Bellamy Road’s first start came in a five and a half furlong maiden special weight test at Los Alamitos on July 12 when she ran second.Land Over Sea will again be ridden by Mario Gutierrez. She is 3-1-1-1 overall with earnings of $88,000.The complete field for the Grade I Chandelier Stakes, to be run as the eighth race on an 11-race card Saturday, with jockeys in post position order: Pretty N Cool, Martin Garcia; Halo Darlin, Tyler Baze; Vieja Luna, Juan Leyva; Yodelsong, Fernando Perez; Songbird, Mike Smith; Sheeza Milky Way, Rafael Bejarano; Land Over Sea, Mario Gutierrez; Jade Princess, Victor Espinoza; Right There, Kent Desormeaux. Each filly will carry 122 lbs.                 Special first post time Saturday is 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.last_img read more