Rest day – Satgtu http://satgtu.org/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:57:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://satgtu.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-24T184312.205-150x150.png Rest day – Satgtu http://satgtu.org/ 32 32 Jimmy Garoppolo’s safety sums up 49ers’ ‘botched day’ in loss to Broncos https://satgtu.org/jimmy-garoppolos-safety-sums-up-49ers-botched-day-in-loss-to-broncos/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 12:33:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/jimmy-garoppolos-safety-sums-up-49ers-botched-day-in-loss-to-broncos/ Two-point safety proved crucial in a game where both offenses struggled to move the ball. Coach Kyle Shanahan took the blame for the play call that put Jimmy G in that position. “It was a tough situation,” Shanahan said. “I put it in, this unblocked guy coming in, I wish we had time for the […]]]>

Two-point safety proved crucial in a game where both offenses struggled to move the ball.

Coach Kyle Shanahan took the blame for the play call that put Jimmy G in that position.

“It was a tough situation,” Shanahan said. “I put it in, this unblocked guy coming in, I wish we had time for the big play and could have given it up. It was a tough situation.”

The 49ers generated a touchdown on their second drive of the game, but did next to nothing the rest of the way, earning just a field goal in the fourth quarter. The Niners kicked seven times, fumbled twice — including the closest game — and Garoppolo threw a poor interception.

Jimmy G completed 18 of 29 passes for 211 yards, a touchdown and an INT for an 81.2 passer rating on Sunday, his sixth straight start with a passer rating below 100 (including the playoffs).

“He played very well in the first half,” Shanahan said of his QB. “I thought he was making plays, hitting those that were there and then making some more that weren’t there. In the second half, I don’t think anyone in attack did well, even me including and we didn’t really get into rhythm all the time. Our defense did a hell of a job of keeping us in there, but we couldn’t get it going.

The Niners went 1 of 10 on third downs and rarely threatened on the field. The performance summed up why San Francisco planned to leave Jimmy G this season ahead of Trey Lance’s season-ending injury.

Garoppolo missed a host of shots and made mind-numbing errors that left a stellar 49ers defense drying up in a close fight. After undergoing off-season shoulder surgery which scuttled all business opportunities and not taking part in off-season training with the team, Garoppolo admitted he is still getting back into shape.

“My arm is feeling it right now,” he said. “It’s different. You try to do all the training and preparation you can by being number two. I haven’t been through OTAs and training camp so I just have to get in shape and go.”

Sitting at 1-2, Garoppolo and the 49ers have no time to waste with a matchup against Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams on tap in Week 4 on Monday night football.

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FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 | Day 2 with USA, Canada, Serbia and Japan https://satgtu.org/fiba-womens-basketball-world-cup-2022-day-2-with-usa-canada-serbia-and-japan/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 06:45:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/fiba-womens-basketball-world-cup-2022-day-2-with-usa-canada-serbia-and-japan/ The United States continued their title defense on the second day of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 with a comprehensive victory over Puerto Rico, 106-42 in Sydney, Australia. The United States team surpassed the century mark with six players scoring in double figures in scoring. 22 years old Shakira Austin led the way […]]]>

The United States continued their title defense on the second day of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 with a comprehensive victory over Puerto Rico, 106-42 in Sydney, Australia.

The United States team surpassed the century mark with six players scoring in double figures in scoring.

22 years old Shakira Austin led the way with 19 points and 10 rebounds while Alyssa Thomas was once again prolific on defense with six interceptions as the Americans secured their 24th straight World Cup win.

Puerto Rico made history the day before by claiming their first-ever victory at the FIBA ​​event after defeating Bosnia and Herzegovina.

However, the depth of the Olympic champions proved too much to handle as they stifled the star player Arella Guirantes who had been so dangerous in the first game.

Serbia bounced back strongly from first-round defeat to advance Tokyo 2020 silver medalists Japan 69-64.

The European champions got off to a fast start leading 24-9 after the end of the first half. And their quick work proved too difficult for their Asian rivals who were left with too much to chew on as the game unfolded.

Jovana Nogic finished top of the pack for Serbia with 13 points and nine rebounds.

READ MORE: How patience led Yvonne Anderson to become a Serbian stalwart

Sep 22 – Oct 01

Basketball | Olympic qualification | Women’s World Cup | sydney

China continued their strong start with another impressive victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina, 98-51, to go two out of two.

The same aggressive and intimidating feel that saw them score over 100 points against South Korea yesterday was in full swing after the Chinese side recovered from a 0-5 deficit at kick-off.

Five players finished the game in double figures with Han Xu in the lead with 18 points and Meng Li rank with 17 points.

Elsewhere, Belgium beat South Korea, 84-61, to recoup their first-round loss to the United States.

Hind Ben Abdelkader scored 17 points and Julie Vanloo added 14 to give the Belgian Cats a very important victory in the group stage.

Only four of the six teams in each group can advance, which means every win they get is vital.

Canada joined China and the United States in sitting out 2-0 after earning a physical 59-45 win over France.

Nirra Fields led the Canadian campaign with 17 points, six rebounds and two steals as Shay Colley added 11 points and six assists.

Les Bleues, who had beaten hosts Australia in their first group game, found themselves suffocated by the rivals’ defense and lacked shooting accuracy. They only made 16% of their three-point shot attempts (3/19).

The final win of the night went to Australia’s Opals who dismantled a fiery Mali, 118-58.

The only African team in the tournament came out of the blocks to lead 10-2 early in the first half. He was then Sandy Brondello rolled the dice with choice changes that immediately impacted the game.

By the end of the first whistle, the hosts were leading 23-12 before stretching their legs in the next three quarters to shatter Malian spirits.

Ezi Magbegor led the Australian scorers with 15 points, closely followed by Caylee George, Darcee Garbin and Sarah Blicavs who were all tied with 14 points each.

In all, seven Opals reached double figures to score the highest final score of the tournament so far.

READ MORE: Australian legend Lauren Jackson prepares for World Cup recall in Sydney

2022: FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup: Schedule

Here is a day-to-day overview of the tournament. All times are Australian Eastern Time (UTC +10).

group A

2:30 p.m. USA vs. CHN – Sydney Superdome

6:00 PM BIH vs. KOR – Sydney Superdome

8.30pm PUR vs BEL – Sydney Superdome

Group B

Day off

group A

Day off

Group B

2.30pm MLI vs FRA – Sydney Superdome

6:00 p.m. Australia vs. SRB – Sydney Superdome

8:30 p.m. JPN v CAN – Sydney Superdome

group A

11:30am BEL vs BIH – Sydney Superdome

2:00 p.m. KOR v USA – Sydney Superdome

5.30pm CHN v PUR – Sydney Superdome

Group B

1.30pm SRB v MLI – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

4:00pm FRA v JPN – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

8.30pm AUS v CAN – Sydney Superdome

group A

11:30 a.m. PUR vs. KOR – Sydney Superdome

1.30pm CHN v BEL – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

2:00 p.m. USA v BIH – Sydney Superdome

Group B

4:00pm MLI v CAN – Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center

5.30pm SRB vs FRA – Sydney Superdome

8.30pm AUS v JPN – Sydney Superdome

Day off

12:00 Quarter-Final 1 – Sydney Superdome

2:30 p.m. Quarter-final 2 – Sydney Superdome

6:00 pm Quarter-final 3 – Sydney Superdome

8:30 p.m. Quarter-final 4 – Sydney Superdome

5:00 p.m. Semi-Final 1 – Sydney Superdome

7:30 p.m. Semi-Final 2 – Sydney Superdome

13:00 Third Place Game – Sydney Superdome

4:00 p.m. Final – Sydney Superdome

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The first day of fall has arrived, what will the rest of the year look like in Utah? https://satgtu.org/the-first-day-of-fall-has-arrived-what-will-the-rest-of-the-year-look-like-in-utah/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 17:31:55 +0000 https://satgtu.org/the-first-day-of-fall-has-arrived-what-will-the-rest-of-the-year-look-like-in-utah/ SALT LAKE CITY — With record high temperatures still within reach, a long, wet winter season might not be on a Utahn’s mind. Today is the first day of autumn, bringing with it the last months of the year. The autumnal equinox, heralded by the harvest moon, came just in time this year. Today the […]]]>

SALT LAKE CITY — With record high temperatures still within reach, a long, wet winter season might not be on a Utahn’s mind. Today is the first day of autumn, bringing with it the last months of the year.

The autumnal equinox, heralded by the harvest moon, came just in time this year.

Today the sun shines directly on the equator. As equinox is Latin for “equal”, the northern and southern hemispheres receive the same amount of rays today. The only difference is that while this equinox is a catalyst for Utah’s downfall, in the Southern Hemisphere it’s an indicator that spring has begun.

For early fall in Utah, it’s unlikely to get more than 100 degrees a day. According to Weather Spark, daily temperatures will continue to drop in early October.

What to expect after the fall

Before the holiday months, last year the Farmer’s Almanac predicted that Utah would have a drier winter, which turned out to be correct, this year the Farmer’s Almanac predicts the opposite.

The Farmer’s Almanac warns the western United States to prepare for a wet winter. Temperatures should be slightly warmer creating lots of precipitation. But don’t grab the skis just yet, this precipitation will mostly come in the form of heavy rain.

In contrast, from the Rockies to the east coast, temperatures will be “chillingly cold” with above-average snowfall. In the 2023 edition of “The Old Farmer’s Almanac,” editor Janice Stillman calls it “the tale of two winters.”

“Depending on where you live, it’s going to be the best of winters or memorable for all the wrong reasons,” Stillman said. “Half the country will face freezing cold and tons of snow, while the other half will feel like winter never really comes.”

Until the first snow arrives, the fall colors will still be visible in the surrounding Utah mountain ranges.

And just as summer has decided to linger, so can fall.

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How TIFF business affects when the rest of Canada can see the films https://satgtu.org/how-tiff-business-affects-when-the-rest-of-canada-can-see-the-films/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 16:57:05 +0000 https://satgtu.org/how-tiff-business-affects-when-the-rest-of-canada-can-see-the-films/ Amid sold-out movie premieres and star-studded red carpets, there was another side to the Toronto International Film Festival taking place at places like the Soho Metropolitan Hotel on Wellington Street. “Each hotel room has a different sales agent,” said Laurie May, Elevation Pictures Co-Chair and TIFF Board Member. Behind the scenes, distributors and studios met […]]]>

Amid sold-out movie premieres and star-studded red carpets, there was another side to the Toronto International Film Festival taking place at places like the Soho Metropolitan Hotel on Wellington Street.

“Each hotel room has a different sales agent,” said Laurie May, Elevation Pictures Co-Chair and TIFF Board Member.

Behind the scenes, distributors and studios met with sellers and filmmakers. These encounters, along with festival buzz, can determine when, how and sometimes if a film can ever be seen by a wider audience.

While high-profile studio films like The Fablemans, The Woman King, and Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads should all have fairly conventional releases in the weeks and months to come, what will happen to some of the more than 200 other films in TIFF’s lineup now that the festival is over?

Some films may never find a wider audience, but others have found offers to land on the big screen – although in many cases where, when and for how long are still up in the air.

Hotel Huddles and Meetings

It’s not just moviegoers in the TIFF audience. Even at screenings that are open to the public, offers could seep in.

“Distributors will go to a public screening of the film,” said Geoff MacNaughton, senior director of industry and theater programming at TIFF. “[They] will leave this screening, everyone will meet in their small groups and discuss if this is something they really want to bid on and pursue.”

Some films are screened exclusively for buyers and industry professionals, such as Mouse Holdera Canadian thriller about a comic book writer working in a nightclub who investigates the disappearances of several young women.

Canadian thriller Door Mouse has selected potential buyers and industry professionals through TIFF’s Industry Selects program. (Highland Film Group)

“These kind of projections, [they’re] fun because it just makes sure everyone pays attention,” said Todd Olsson, president of international sales at Highland Film Group, which sells Gate Mouse.

changing landscape

MacNaughton says that in the past there were more completed films looking for buyers at the festival.

“Now I think what the industry is doing more and more of is buying content that’s at an early stage of completion, kind of like a project package or a script stage,” he said. -he declares.

In addition to films on screen, TIFF offers the industry the opportunity to meet and negotiate deals for projects that have not yet been made. An example of this phenomenon at this year’s festival is stupid money, May Said, a yet-to-be-released GameStop stock saga movie that will star Seth Rogen, Paul Dano and Pete Davidson.

Laurie May is co-founder and co-president of Elevation Pictures. (Elevation pictures)

According to May, Elevation’s investor and partner, Black Bear Pictures, planned to be in Soho to sell the film’s international rights to various distributors.

She compares financing independent films to building a condominium.

“You sell 60% of the condo, then you go to the bank and borrow the other 40% knowing that it’s a small gap you need to cover,” she said.

WATCH | The female king premiered at TIFF and is now playing across Canada:

The Woman King wowed at TIFF, now open across Canada

The Woman King stars Viola Davis as Nanisca, a military general of the Agojie – the famous all-female warrior group tasked with protecting the kingdom of Dahomey in West Africa in the 19th century.

Cancon Challenges

It can be difficult for Canadian films at TIFF to convince distributors that they are commercially worthy of being shown to a wider Canadian audience.

According to an April report According to the Motion Picture Association – Canada, Canadian films accounted for only 2.6% of theatrical revenues in the Canadian English-language market last year.

“Despite the large number of Canadian productions that exist, theatrical audiences still flock to Hollywood films,” said Tom Alexander, director of theatrical distribution for Mongrel Media.

Director Ashley McKenzie makes films in her home island of Cape Breton, often using rookie cast and crew members who live in the community. She thinks this local approach can make it harder to appeal to distributors.

McKenzie was at TIFF with Qing Dynasty Queens, a drama about a neurodiverse teenage girl in a remote small town who was deemed unfit to live on her own after attempting suicide.

She thinks part of the challenge is because investors are reluctant to take risks on films with unknown actors from emerging filmmakers, but she also thinks there’s a geographic barrier to distribution in an industry that she describes as centralized around major urban centers, especially Toronto. .

A young man and a woman are seated across from each other at a table.
Ashley McKenzie’s Queens of the Qing Dynasty was filmed in Cape Breton. McKenzie thinks distribution can prove a particularly difficult challenge for filmmakers working in small communities with local, often less experienced, cast and crew members. (Courtesy of FIN – AIFF)

“I know a lot of filmmakers make movies in their communities like me,” she said. “Hopefully there may be other options available…for some of these films to be seen and distributed.”

Prior to the festival, McKenzie was looking for a distributor to Qing dynasty queens and has struck a deal with Toronto-based distribution company MDFF, which could lead to a theatrical release in late 2022 or early 2023. It also has a pre-sale licensing deal with CBC Films that will eventually provide a landing spot for the film. .

Buzz (or not)

The attention at TIFF may affect film release schedules, even if distributors already have the rights, said John Bain, head of distribution at levelFILM.

“If you’re getting particularly positive buzz, does that mean we should air it when it might get a lot of attention?” he said.

The reverse may be true for films that do not command attention.

“It takes a long time for a distribution deal to be done if a movie doesn’t get that critical festival buzz,” MacNaughton said.

Geoff Macnaughton is the Senior Director of Industry and Theater Programming at TIFF. (George Pimentel/TIFF)

Some films from the festival may never be released, says Alexander.

“Certainly, a lot of films and very good films will be released. But for whatever reason, the distribution companies may simply not be able to see the audience potential.”

Find a wider audience

MacNaughton says TIFF’s Film Circuit program will bring festival films to more than 140 communities, starting again in September after a years-long hiatus.

“We work closely with community partners across Canada to ensure that not only audiences in Toronto see these films, but audiences across Canada see them,” he said.

Some of the Canadian films have national distribution planned in advance, as this can be a common condition for unlocking funding, although it does not guarantee wide release.

Mongrel Media distributes I like movies, about a grumpy teenager working in a video store in the early 2000s in Ontario. Alexander says the company seeks to release its films theatrically whenever possible.

“We’re seeing audiences coming back to theaters and we’re continuing to play movies in theaters when we can,” he said.

However, he said these releases tend to be limited and focused on major urban centers, so it may be easier to see some of these films in theaters in Vancouver than Viking, Alta.

Past examples

Last year’s broadcast may provide a rough indication of when Canadians will be able to watch some of this year’s TIFF Canadian selections.

Scarboroughwhich won the 2022 Canadian Screens Award for Best Picture, was distributed by levelFILM and hit theaters in February, before heading to Crave last summer.

night raiders, a dystopian film about a mother trying to save her daughter from a state-run institution was named one of TIFF’s top ten Canadian feature films last year. It was released in more than It also made its way to Crave earlier this year and opened in 80 theaters in October 2021, a record total for an Indigenous film.

WATCH | Scarbarough won the 2022 Canadian Screen Award for Best Picture:

Learn to swim, which was on TIFF’s Top Ten Canadian Feature Films list at last year’s festival and hit theaters last March. It was recently made available in the United States on Netflix and is available to rent or purchase on various video-on-demand platforms in Canada.

While important, the film festival is just one step, not the last, on the long journey a film takes from its inception to reach a wider audience.

“Half the movies that come out are well made. And then half of that half goes into festivals, then a quarter of that half gets distributed, right?” said May.

“It’s a long road…but when you go down this road and this road works well, it’s a beautiful thing.”

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Ozzie Albies fractures his little finger and will miss the rest of the season – WSB-TV Channel 2 https://satgtu.org/ozzie-albies-fractures-his-little-finger-and-will-miss-the-rest-of-the-season-wsb-tv-channel-2/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 15:08:42 +0000 https://satgtu.org/ozzie-albies-fractures-his-little-finger-and-will-miss-the-rest-of-the-season-wsb-tv-channel-2/ COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Days after returning from the injured list, Atlanta Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies will now miss the remainder of the season after fracturing his pinky finger in Saturday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Albies appeared to injure his finger on a headfirst slide into second base. The Braves had just activated […]]]>

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Days after returning from the injured list, Atlanta Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies will now miss the remainder of the season after fracturing his pinky finger in Saturday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies.

Albies appeared to injure his finger on a headfirst slide into second base.

The Braves had just activated Albies out of his rehabilitation mission with the Gwinnett Stripers, with him returning to the lineup in Friday’s series opener against the Phillies.

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After the game, Braves manager Brian Snitker said he hoped Albies could return to the team during the playoffs.

Injured at Albies on June 13, he left a game after the team confirmed he fractured his left foot in a batting game, which put him on the injured list of 60 days.

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In Albies’ previous absence, rookie Vaughn Grissom shone for Atlanta, playing second base. Presumably, Grissom returned to that starting role with Albies sidelined.

The rookie quickly impressed with a home run in his MLB debut against the Red Sox on August 10. In 32 games with the Braves, Grissom is batting .301 with five home runs and 16 RBIs in 122 plate appearances.

The Braves are in contention for the NL East Division title with the New York Mets. The Braves are one game behind New York on Sunday morning.

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Alvin Kamara injury update: Saints RB miss Thursday and Friday practices questionable for Week 2 https://satgtu.org/alvin-kamara-injury-update-saints-rb-miss-thursday-and-friday-practices-questionable-for-week-2/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 01:50:53 +0000 https://satgtu.org/alvin-kamara-injury-update-saints-rb-miss-thursday-and-friday-practices-questionable-for-week-2/ September 16 update: Kamara is officially questionable on the injury report. We hope to hear more before the inactives are announced on Sunday. September 16 update: Kamara did not train again on Friday, by Kat Terrell. We’ll see how he’s named on the injury report, but it doesn’t look too good at the moment. September […]]]>

September 16 update: Kamara is officially questionable on the injury report. We hope to hear more before the inactives are announced on Sunday.

September 16 update: Kamara did not train again on Friday, by Kat Terrell. We’ll see how he’s named on the injury report, but it doesn’t look too good at the moment.

September 15 update: Kamara was a non-participant for the Saints on their official injury report for Thursday.

September 15 update: Kamara did not participate in training on Thursday, by Mike Triplet. It could just be a day off for his ribs as they prepare for a tough Buccaneers defense or he could have had some kind of setback after being restricted on Wednesday. Friday should bring us more clarity.

September 14 Update: Kamara was a limited participant in Wednesday’s training as he suffers from a rib injury, for ESPN’s Kat Terrell.


New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara wasn’t on the court at the end of Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons, but said he’ll “be good” in post-game commentary . Saints head coach Dennis Allen said Kamara has a rib injury and added that he thinks the running back will be fine for Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Kamara is a star running back and has had some monster games against the Bucs in the past. He’s good to start with if he comes out of it with good health. If Kamara sits out, look for Mark Ingram to take the majority of the team’s runs. Taysom Hill is also good for a few touches out of the backfield, but Ingram would be the player to recover in case Kamara misses the game. It seems unlikely at this stage given the feedback from the ball carrier and the manager.

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Pacific Wrecks announces missing WWII pilot to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on National POW/MIA Appreciation Day https://satgtu.org/pacific-wrecks-announces-missing-wwii-pilot-to-be-laid-to-rest-at-arlington-national-cemetery-on-national-pow-mia-appreciation-day/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 02:21:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/pacific-wrecks-announces-missing-wwii-pilot-to-be-laid-to-rest-at-arlington-national-cemetery-on-national-pow-mia-appreciation-day/ 1st Lt. Gabriel J. Eggud of Staten Island, New York finally back home WASHINGTON, September 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Army pilot 1st Lt. Gabriel Joseph Eggud, 25, of New Yorkmissing from World War II, will be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery on National Prisoner of War/MIA Appreciation Day, September 16. Pacific Wrecks, […]]]>

1st Lt. Gabriel J. Eggud of Staten Island, New York finally back home

WASHINGTON, September 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Army pilot 1st Lt. Gabriel Joseph Eggud, 25, of New Yorkmissing from World War II, will be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery on National Prisoner of War/MIA Appreciation Day, September 16.

Pacific Wrecks, an American non-profit organization dedicated to finding military personnel missing in action (MIA), located the crash site at Papua New Guinea in 2005. Searches of American archives indicated that the pilot was Eggud.

“It’s like finding a needle in a haystack. We pretty much knew where 1st Lt. Eggud was lost, and we weren’t giving up until we found him,” the Pacific Wrecks manager said. Justin Taylor.

After locating Eggud, Pacific Wrecks notified the Department of Defense group that handles MIA recoveries, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA). In 2019, the DPAA recovered the remains from its forensic laboratory in Hawaii and confirmed Eggud as the deceased.

DPAA figures show that around 84,000 US military personnel are still missing, the vast majority of 73,000 from World War II.

Taylan says, “I like to think that with this burial on this day at this location, we honor all of our fallen heroes who never returned home.”

On July 6, 1944 on a combat mission against the Japanese New Guinea, Eggud’s P-39 Airacobra fighter jet exploded. Post-war searches failed to find him and he was listed as missing in action (MIA).

Eggud will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery on September 16 at 11:00. his granddaughter Tracey McLean and family members will be present. The public and the media are invited.

ABOUT THE PACIFIC WRECKS

Pacific Wrecks is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to researching MIA and harnessing new technologies in the study of past conflict. Founded in 1995, Pacific Wrecks is a partner of DPAA and offers a free online database of WWII wrecks, the largest in the world with over two million views as of 2021.

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Taylan, 44, from Hyde Park, New York is the grandson of a World War II U.S. Army photographer who served in New Guinea. He founded Pacific Wrecks and made dozens of trips to Asia Pacific survey crashed planes, airfields, wrecks and battlefields.

EPK with photos and video: https://pacificwrecks.com/eggud/

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MLB Tuesday YRFI/NRFI best bets today 9/13 https://satgtu.org/mlb-tuesday-yrfi-nrfi-best-bets-today-9-13/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 08:25:06 +0000 https://satgtu.org/mlb-tuesday-yrfi-nrfi-best-bets-today-9-13/ After a small Monday MLB slate, we’re back with a busy Tuesday. There’s no NFL for a few days, so let’s take advantage of some MLB markets. One of them is simply to predict whether or not a run will be scored in the 1st inning. We can enjoy in just about 15 minutes, rather […]]]>

After a small Monday MLB slate, we’re back with a busy Tuesday. There’s no NFL for a few days, so let’s take advantage of some MLB markets. One of them is simply to predict whether or not a run will be scored in the 1st inning. We can enjoy in just about 15 minutes, rather than sweating a 3-hour long game. There are a lot of choices today, which can sometimes seem overwhelming. However, we have broken down the best spots to target and boost your bankroll! Along with these early pieces, be sure to check out our MLB picks for all games today.

Let’s take a closer look at my favorite YRFI/NRFI bets for today.

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Pittsburgh Pirates vs Cincinnati Reds: YRFI

It’s always nice to be able to start our first set games with an early afternoon game. It’s the first game of the day, and the first of a doubleheader between these teams. Therefore, be sure to target the right play for this game. These NL Central rivals kicked things off last night with the Pirates’ homer Bryan Reynolds in the 1st inning. They’re mediocre teams overall, but that also means their pitching teams are some of the worst in baseball. It also helps that they’re playing this series in the Great American Ball Park. The Reds’ home ground ranks 1st in home runs and 5th in total home runs. That puts Cincy starter Luis Cessa in a tough spot. This is also due to the fact that the Pirates recently adjusted their roster. They moved their stud rookie Oneil Cruz to the top spot.

The 6’7″ shortstop should be back in that spot after a day off against a southpaw last night. He recently hit a pitch with an exit speed of 122 mph, which is the fastest of the Statcast era (2015). Pittsburgh starter Johan Oviedo isn’t ready for success either. He’s a rookie who’s only made 2 starts since spending time in the bullpen. The Pirates lost those games by a combined score of 14-0. The Reds may not have the deepest roster in the league, but the top of the order is solid. TJ Friedl recorded an RBI in all 3 games against the Brewers last weekend, and Jonathan India is the reigning NL Rookie of the Year. There’s been a first inning in each of the Reds’ last 4 games, so expect the same on Tuesday.

Colorado Rockies vs. Chicago White Sox: YRFI (+105)

We’re going to wrap things up with a piece that absolutely screams early in production. The only thing that would make this play even better would be for this series to be played at Coors Field.

Either way, the guaranteed rate field in Chicago is always a great place for a first inning. He ranks 3rd for home runs and there’s plenty of power in both lineups. Let’s focus on the main factor supporting this play first. It’s Rockies starter Chad Kuhl. He’s allowed first-inning runs in 6 of his last 8 starts. They weren’t just solo tours either. He just allowed the Brewers 3 points in his last start, the second time he’s done so against Milwaukee this span. He also gave up a 5-run first inning to the Padres and a few more against the Dodgers.

Now Kuhl faces a White Sox lineup with Jose Abreu, who leads the AL in hits. Eloy Jimenez is hitting .317 on the year, and Luis Robert could be ABC in the lineup. These stallions will support Michael Kopech. He’s allowed first-inning runs in 2 of his last 3 starts. This includes a bad Royals team that crushed him for the first 4 races. These teams have met for only 2 other games this season, but the Rockies have scored 3 runs in the 1st inning of one of those games. With the White Sox having the home field advantage and a great game against Kuhl, both rosters should be in store for early success.

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Health in the UK: How to support your children in back-to-school sports | Opinion https://satgtu.org/health-in-the-uk-how-to-support-your-children-in-back-to-school-sports-opinion/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 04:56:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/health-in-the-uk-how-to-support-your-children-in-back-to-school-sports-opinion/ LEXINGTON Playing sports can benefit children’s physical and mental health, as well as a large part of their social life. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, emergency departments in the United States treat nearly 3 million youth sports injuries each year, many of which can be prevented by taking proper safety […]]]>

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Playing sports can benefit children’s physical and mental health, as well as a large part of their social life.

However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, emergency departments in the United States treat nearly 3 million youth sports injuries each year, many of which can be prevented by taking proper safety precautions.

Here are some safety measures that parents and coaches can take to reduce the risk of sports injury:

Pre-participation physical examination (PPE). Before starting a sport or a new season, make sure your child receives PPE performed by a doctor, nurse practitioner or other qualified healthcare professional to ensure they are healthy enough to participate in completely safe.

Stay hydrated and eat balanced meals. Be sure to bring a bottle of water to all practices and games and encourage your child to drink water 30 minutes before and every 15-20 minutes while playing sports to limit the risk of heat illness and dehydration.

To ensure they are consuming healthy meals, review the school lunch menu to encourage them to choose the foods that will provide them with the most balance and energy for their day. Also consider bringing your child a nutritious snack before the game if there is little time between school and practices.

Elongation. Encouraging children to set aside time before each practice or game to warm up and stretch can help release muscle tension and prevent muscle tears or strains commonly caused by sports. Athletes should start with 10 minutes of light activity, such as jogging, and stretch all major muscle groups before each practice or game.

Proper safety equipment. Make sure your child has the proper gear and protective gear for each sport. Some examples may include helmets, wrist guards, shin guards, and knee or elbow pads. Some sports may also require mouth guards to prevent dental injuries. Consult with your team’s coach to ensure that all equipment is in good condition, properly fitted and worn correctly for each practice or game.

Listen to your body. It’s important to teach your children to understand the signs and symptoms of common sports injuries or illnesses. Encourage children to tell a parent, coach or other trusted adult when something is wrong. It’s okay to rest when needed to prevent an injury or illness from getting worse, and taking at least one rest day a week can help prevent injury.

Ensure coaches are prepared. If your child’s school does not have a sports coach, it is important that coaches and other adults who support practices and events are certified in first aid and CPR, and have a first aid kit care with them. They should also be aware of signs of emerging conditions that warrant immediate referral and have an emergency action plan that can facilitate effective and efficient transport.

Coaches should encourage players to sit down if injured, seek medical evaluation, and create appropriate hydration breaks to ensure safety throughout practice.

JOHANNA M. HOCHPH.D., is an associate professor and director of the athletic training and clinical nutrition program at the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences.

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No changes to Packers’ Week 1 injury report on Thursday https://satgtu.org/no-changes-to-packers-week-1-injury-report-on-thursday/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 00:40:00 +0000 https://satgtu.org/no-changes-to-packers-week-1-injury-report-on-thursday/ The Green Bay Packers reported no significant changes to the team’s Week 1 injury report on Thursday, though tight end Marcedes Lewis was given a veterans day off and added to the injury report. the wounds. Wide receiver Allen Lazard missed another practice with an ankle injury and left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), offensive lineman […]]]>

The Green Bay Packers reported no significant changes to the team’s Week 1 injury report on Thursday, though tight end Marcedes Lewis was given a veterans day off and added to the injury report. the wounds.

Wide receiver Allen Lazard missed another practice with an ankle injury and left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins (pec/knee), safety Darnell Savage (hamstring) and tight end Robert Tonyan (knee) all practiced but were restricted for the second day in a row.

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Coach Matt LaFleur has suggested that Bakhtiari and Jenkins will participate in team drills again on Thursday, but there are still on-court restrictions for both. The same goes for Tonyan, who also just suffered a major injury, and Savage, who suffered a hamstring injury on Family Night. It’s possible all four will receive a ‘questionable’ or ‘questionable’ labeling on Friday when the final injury report arrives.

Overall, the Packers have 11 players on the current injury report, but six — kicker Mason Crosby (knee), linebacker Tipa Galeai (elbow), center Jake Hanson (shoulder), safety Dallin Leavitt (shoulder ), offensive tackle Yosh Nijman (knee) and rookie receiver Christian Watson (knee) — were full participants Wednesday and Thursday and should be on track to play Sunday.

The Minnesota Vikings made two adjustments: running back Alexander Mattison missed practice due to a personal issue, and rookie safety Lewis Cine was limited Thursday with a knee injury. Defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard remains limited.

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