CHETWYND, B.C. – The Chetwynd RCMP and the BC Coroners Service are continuing to investigate what could have caused a fatal ATV rollover in the Chetwynd area last Monday.Shortly before 1:00 p.m. on August 15th, the Chetwynd RCMP responded to a single vehicle collision involving an off-road vehicle approximately 35 km south of Chetwynd on Highway 29.A 59 year-old Chilliwack man was on a hunting trip with friends and missed his check-in time, causing a search to be initiated. The man was later located by members of the hunting team and found deceased under an overturned ATV. His name has not been released.- Advertisement -Upon arriving at the scene, investigators determined that the man had rolled backwards down a steep incline while negotiating a sharp turn on an ATV, which landed on top of the man.The cause of the accident is currently still under investigation by police and the BC Corroner’s Office. The collision appears to be accidental and no foul play is suspected at this time. No further information is being released at this time.If anyone has information about this incident, they are asked to the Chetwynd RCMP at (250) 788-9221 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.Advertisement
The Americans took home 239 medals, including 78 golds. Germany, the second placed country on the medal table, had 13 medals in all, with third-placed Cuba on nine. The country finished 23rd on the medal table. Once more, the USA was number one, with 22 gold medals and a total of 56 medals in all. Germany finished second and Finland third. Four years later, in London, South Africa won its first Olympic medals, with Reggie Walker winning the prestigious 100 metres gold and Charles Hefferon claiming second place in the marathon. South Africa ended 18th on the medal table. The USA finished first, with 45 gold medals and a total of 99. Finland placed second and France third. The country produced a single champion again. Sydney Atkinson, a silver medallist four years earlier, won the gold medal in the 110m hurdles. The men’s pursuit team, made up of Walker, Smith, Kaltenbrun and Harry Goosen added a bronze medal, and tennis player Charles Winslow, the winner of a gold medal in the men’s singles eight years earlier in Stockholm, took home a bronze medal this time around. In terms of gold medals won, the 1912 Stockholm Games rank as the most successful Olympics in South Africa’s history. The only gold medal came from bantamweight boxer William Smith. Having just turned 20, he was the youngest ever Olympic boxing champion. Four years later, after a 28-year break, the Olympic Games returned to the United States and were hosted by Los Angeles. Despite winning just two medals, South Africa placed 14th on the medal table. Eddie Peirce was South Africa’s third medal winner in boxing, with a bronze medal in the middleweight division. Stockholm 1912 Amsterdam 1928 In 1928 the host city was Amsterdam. South Africa, for the first time competing under the its new flag – consisting of background colours of orange, white and blue, with three smaller flags in the centre, the Union Flag, the flag of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Vierkleur – once again won only three medals. Boxer Harry Isaacs captured bronze in the bantamweight division, while Rhoda Rennie, Frederica van der Goes, Marie Redford and Kathleen Russell teamed up to finish third in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay, winning the first ever swimming medal for South Africa, while producing the first ever medal-winning performance from South African women. Clarence Walker won South Africa’s first Olympic boxing gold medal in the bantamweight division. It was the start of a run of success for South African boxers at the Olympics, which led to the sport becoming the country’s most successful medal winner at the Games, apart from athletics. At the top, the USA edged Sweden for the most golds – 25 to 24, but the Swedes captured the most medals – 65 to the USA’s 63. St Louis 1904South Africa first competed in the Olympic Games in St Louis in 1904. Unfortunately, the country failed to win a single medal. That was not really surprising as the squad consisted of only three marathon runners and a tug-of-war team. It was eight years before the Olympic Games were held again because of the First World War. Antwerp in Belgium was the host city. At the age of 19 years and 128 days, Walker remains the youngest 100 metres champion in the history of the Olympics. In terms of total medals won, Antwerp proved to be South Africa’s most successful Games. The 10 medals won stood as a record for the country until it was matched at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. However, that mark has never been bettered. Sydney Atkinson secured the South African team’s only silver medal in the 110m hurdles, while Cecil McMaster completed the list of South African medal winners with a third place in the 10 kilometre walk. South Africa finished 15th on the medal table in Los Angeles. The best performers were Len Tau, who finished ninth in the marathon, while the tug-of-war team ended fifth. The Games were dominated by the USA, which was not surprising as not more than 60 athletes from outside North America are reported to have taken part in the 1904 Games. It would take until 2004 for another South African to match Rudd’s feat of a medal of every colour at an Olympic Games. London 1908 18 July 2012 Great Britain was far and away the most successful team. Its 56 gold medals was more than the total number of medals claimed by the United States, which finished second in the standings with a total of 47 medals, 23 of which were gold. Rudolph Lewis raced to gold in the road cycling event, and continuing the endurance theme, Ken McArthur took victory in the marathon. Christian Gitsham finished second to McArthur, to add another silver medal to that won by Kitson in the tennis. Bevil Rudd, who had served in the First World War and won the Military Cross for bravery, was the star of the team, winning medals of every colour. He was crowned champion in the 400 metres and helped South Africa to second place in the 4x400m relay. He added a bronze medal in the 800 metres. Paris 1924Paris hosted the Olympics in 1924. They were not nearly as successful for South Africa as the Antwerp Games. The hosts, the USA, dominated. Their 41 gold medals exceeded the total number of medals won by the second placed Italian team, and they tallied 103 medals in all. Italy won 12 gold and 36 medals in all, with France finishing in third place. With four gold and two silver medals, South Africa finished in seventh place on the medal table, the best position ever achieved by the country. The team of David Smith, Robert Brodley, Ferdinand Buchanan, George Harvey and Frederick Morgan also claimed silver in the men’s team 600m military rifle event. It remains the only shooting medal ever won by South Africa. Antwerp 1920 Marjorie Clark became the first South African woman to win an athletics medal after finishing third in the 80m hurdles, while Jenny Maakal claimed bronze in the 400m freestyle, making her the first South African woman to win an individual swimming medal at the Olympic Games. There was another South African gold medal in tennis, with Louis Raymond defeating Ichiya Kumagai, who became Japan first ever Olympic medallist, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 in the final of the men’s singles. With three gold medals, four silvers, and three bronzes, South Africa placed 11th on the medal table. The USA led the way with a total of 95 medals, including 41 golds. Sweden again placed second, with Great Britain in third. Los Angeles 1932 How much do you know about South Africa’s history at the Olympics? When was the country’s best performance? Who are SA’s top Olympians? Check out the records and the trivia in the first of three articles covering the 18 Olympic Games the country has competed in. Two South Africans became Olympic champions. David Carstens continued the country’s success in the boxing ring, lifting the light-heavyweight title after defeating Italian Gino Rossi in the final, while Lawrence Stevens, competing in the lightweight division, defeated Thure Ahlqvist of Sweden to win gold. Tennis player Charles Winslow won gold in the men’s doubles with Harold Kitson. He also beat his doubles partner to win the men’s singles. Cycling produced more success, with Henry Kaltenbrun finishing second in the men’s individual time trial and Wlliam Smith and James Walker ending second in the men’s tandem, an event which was discontinued after the 1972 Munich Olympics. Silver medals went to Bevil Rudd’s relay team-mates Henry Dafel, Clarence Oldfield, and Jack Oosterlaak. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material One might have expected success in the rugby competition, the only one held in Olympic history, but just three teams entered – the USA, France and Romania – with the Americans emerging as the champions.
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 84th Annual Convention of the Ohio Farmers Union will feature events and speakers aimed at young and beginning farmers as well as tackle issues important to Ohio’s independent, family farmers.“OFU’s annual meeting will address issues along a spectrum from nutrient management in the Lake Erie watershed to the opioid crisis in rural Ohio,” said OFU President Joe Logan.“We will also have a special focus on local food systems and young and beginning farmers at this year’s event,” Logan said.OFU’s convention will be held January 26 – 27 at the Columbus Airport Marriott. Ohio Dept. of Agriculture Director David Daniels will deliver remarks around 1 p.m. to open the convention.Along with OFU convention business, delegates and attendees will hear from speakers addressing local food hubs in Ohio, an update from Ohio State University on the state of water quality in the western basin of Lake Erie and a group including family members who have lost relatives in Ohio’s opioid crisis with a representative from the Ohio Attorney General’s office to update delegates on the crisis.On Saturday, OFU will award its ‘Legislator of the Year’ and two college scholarships at the concluding luncheon.For information and to view a draft agenda, see ohfarmersunion.org.
Learn how metatags can replace folders in the following FCPX video tutorial.With options for picking internal and external media referencing, importing in FCPX is extremely customizable for video editors. Part of the charm of working with FCPX is the fact that it integrates extremely well with your Mac.Specifically, FCPX allows you to import metadata including keyboard collections, highlighted groups, and metatags. In the following video tutorial created by MacBreak Studio we will learn how to use Finder metadata to organize your footage for importing into FCPX. The video covers:Color TaggingMetatagsSmart CollectionsWorking with LibrariesThis video specifically covers importing footage with tags, but if you really want to speed up your editing process try learning a few keyboard shortcuts in FCPX.This video was first shared by Pixelcorps on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing guys!You can learn more about FCPX on the PremiumBeat blog.Like using metatags instead of folders? Share in the comments below.
LOOK: Jane De Leon meets fellow ‘Darna’ Marian Rivera Danielle Kang wins KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Pagasa: Kammuri now a typhoon, may enter PAR by weekend “We have a clause for a rematch. No problem,” Pacquiao said in the ring after the judges’ decision.But Australian boxing great and three-time world champion Jeff Fenech also called for Pacquiao, who retired briefly last year, to hang up his gloves for good this time.“If they let Manny fight again, that’s stupid,” Fenech said.“He should go relax and enjoy the money he has made. He’s got nothing to prove. Retire.“Jeff fought the right fight and took Manny to places he’d not been before … he made it a bit dirty.”ADVERTISEMENT Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach said he would consider advising Pacquiao to retire after a glittering 22-year professional career in which he won world titles at an unprecedented eight weight divisions.“I’m going to talk to Manny about maybe calling it a day, maybe this is it,” Roach said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsGiven no chance by most observers, the 29-year-old Horn’s ultra-aggressive style rocked Pacquiao, with the three judges scoring the fight 117-111, 115-113 and 115-113 for the Australian before 51,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium.Pacquiao, (59-7-2) who insisted on a Brisbane rematch as a clause in his contract for the fight, declared however that he would “absolutely” return for a rematch. Horn’s father, Jeff Snr, revealed after the fight that he had been ready to throw in the towel after the brutal ninth round.His son had been battered by Pacquiao and blood was streaming from a nasty cut over Horn’s right eye.As American referee Mark Nelson made his way to Horn’s corner to ask them whether they wanted to stop the fight, Jeff Snr feared the worst.“He was dead in the water in round nine, he was gone,” Jeff Snr said.“I was very worried. If I had a towel I may have thrown it myself in the ninth. I looked at his eyes and I thought he was out on his feet. I really thought he was in danger of getting hurt in round nine.“I didn’t expect him to come back like he did in round 10.”/rgaRELATED VIDEORoach on Pacquiao: Being both fighter and senator ‘might be a little too much’4.5K viewsSportsVentuno Web Player 4.51 Another vape smoker nabbed in Lucena Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments China furious as Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:05Amir Khan claims Manny Pacquiao has agreed to Saudi Arabia bout02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Cayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Games A sense of Pacquiao’s declining powers is that the Philippines senator hasn’t stopped an opponent in eight years.Roach however called for an investigation into the scoring of American judge Waleska Roldan.She had the bout 117-111 to Horn, giving Pacquiao only three of the 12 rounds, despite Horn finishing the fight badly bruised and with a shut right eye.Horn ‘out on his feet’According to CompuBox statistics, Pacquiao landed almost twice as many punches as Horn — 182 to 92. Judges American Chris Flores and Argentine Ramon Cerdan both thought it was closer, but Horn had edged the fight 115-113.“I respect the judges’ decision,” Pacquiao said. “He was much tougher than I expected. Much, much tougher.”Pacquiao told Philippines television: “We thought that we won this fight.”However, Top Rank veteran supremo Bob Arum, who was ringside, felt the win was fair. “It could have gone either way,” he said.“A couple of close rounds, but you can’t argue with the result. I scored a lot of the early rounds for Jeff. Then I had Manny coming back in the middle.“The 12th round, Jeff really won. If you give Manny the 11th, you have it a draw. You give Jeff the 11th, it’s 7-5.” What ‘missteps’? LATEST STORIES MOST READ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Boxer Manny Pacquiao (L) and coach Freddie Roach. TRISTAN TAMAYO/INQUIRER.netManny Pacquiao’s trainer advised the Filipino legend to quit boxing Monday after his sensational defeat to unheralded Australian Jeff Horn.While controversy raged over the scoring of Sunday’s World Boxing Organization welterweight title bout in Brisbane, after all three judges awarded it to unbeaten Horn, there were doubts whether 38-year-old Pacquiao would return for a possible rematch.ADVERTISEMENT
By Kushan Sarkar New Delhi, Sep 9 (PTI) Virat Kohli was the next big thing in Indian cricket when he was in-charge of the national team and Gary Kirsten is not surprised at the big strides that the Delhi lad has made at the international level both as a player and a leader. “Virat has been a great captain for India. His talent was always unquestionable. He has led by example with his on-field performances. His leadership at the Test level has worked really well for the national team. The best part about Virat is that he looks so inspirational as a leader in the manner he walks in the field,” Kirsten, who has come to Jaipur to help the Rajasthan Cricket Academy with his expertise, told PTI during an interaction. The entire tenure of Kirstens coaching was when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the leader in all three formats but the South African opener does not want to get into comparisons on the leadership qualities. “Dhoni is a very good captain. I had thoroughly enjoyed working with Dhoni during my tenure as India coach. But since I have not watched the Indian team play all formats on a consistent basis, it will not be fair on me to compare Virat and Dhonis consistency levels,” Kirsten was cautious. Asked about ICC scrapping the two-tier Test format proposal, the 48-year-old veteran of 101 Tests said: “I am fine either way as long as there is high quality Test cricket. I dont think it would be monotonous if some of the top nations play each other on a regular basis. But whatever is best should be done.” On the sensitive subject of having quota for coloured and black athletes in the national sporting teams of South Africa, Kirsten was pleasantly forthcoming. “I completely support the inclusive policy in national sporting teams. It gives equal opportunity and is truly representative of the values our great nation (South Africa) stands for. It is a bold step in a forward direction. It is a step that addresses the imbalances of past,” Kirsten made his point of view clear. He termed it as a strong move. “It is a strong move something that was needed since it has been 25 years (the cricket team was back in international fold in 1991) since post apartheid era and the integration is more necessary than ever. Whoever is a part of South African society should be able to embrace the decision as a citizen of this country. It is a great decision and it has taken 40 years to reach here,” said Kirsten. On a personal front, Kirsten is pleased with the facilities at the Rajasthan Cricket Academy which has got into a tie-up with his high-performance academy. “It is wonderful to work with the Rajasthan Cricket Academy. I am here on a business venture. My high performance academy will be helping the talented Gen-Next cricketers of Rajasthan get a taste of quality modern day coaching which look at the technical as well as the mental aspect of their game. They will learn qualities of strategic planning, reacting to match situations,” concluded Kirsten. PTI KHS AT ATadvertisement
2005 QLD Junior State Cup Finals Day After the wild weather experienced in recent days caused havoc at the Queensland Junior State Cup (seems to be a trend with Junior State Cups this year, as the same thing happened with the NSW Junior State Cup in Wollongong) the competition went ahead as scheduled from the Saturday onwards. Karley Banks was at the event and has provided us with several stories on the tournament which can be read by using the following links: * A grand final wrap up Wrap up of the 2005 Queensland Junior State Cup story * A story on the technical arms in Queensland Big weekend for the technical arms of Queensland Touch story * The winners of the Scott Notley and Kerry Norman medals from the event Scott Notley and Kerry Norman medal award winners story For all of these stories and also for all of the quarter final, semi final and grand final results in the championship and plate divisions of every age group, please see below: FINALS RESULTS: Under 11’s finals results from Saturday 2 July 2005 Girls 11 Final BMTA 5 v Monterey Keys 0 Girls 11 Plate BMTA Blue 2 v Gold Coast 1 Boys 11 Final Rockhampton 4 v Dodgers 2 Boys 11 Plate Hervey Bay 4 v Bundaberg A 3 Boys 13’s Quarter Final Series F5 2.00pm Redlands (6) def Redcliffe (5) F6 2.00pm BMTA (3) def Gold Coast (2) F7 2.00pm Toowoomba (6) def Bundaberg (1) F8 2.00pm Dodgers (4) def Hervey Bay (1) Plate Series Quarter Finals F1 2.00pm Caboolture A (7) def Glasshouse Mountains (3) F2 2.00pm Rockhampton (4) def Noosa (0) F3 2.00pm Monterey Keys def Kawana (forfeited) F4 2.00pm Chinchilla (11) vs Caboolture B (0) Semi Finals Series F1 3.30pm Redlands (2) def Toowoomba (1) F2 3.30pm BMTA (3) def Dodgers (4) Plate Semi Finals F3 3.30pm Caboolture A (3) def Monterey Keys (1) F4 3.30pm Chinchilla (4) def Rockhampton (0) Finals F1 5.00pm BMTA (6) def Redlands (3) Plate Final F2 5.00pm Chinchilla (4) def Caboolture A (1) Girls 13’s Quarter Finals F5 1.30pm QF1: Caboolture A (8) def Hervey Bay (0) F6 1.30pm QF2: BMTA Red (9) def Toowoomba (1) F7 1.30pm QF3: Bundaberg (3) def Redlands (1) F8 1.30pm QF4: Gold Coast A (9) def Dodgers (0) Plate Series . F1 1.30pm QF1: Chinchilla A (3) def Redcliffe (0) F2 1.30pm QF2: Gold Coast B (2) def Maryborough (0) F3 1.30pm QF3: Caboolture (2) def Kawana (0) F4 1.30pm QF4: Rockhampton def Chinchilla B (forfeited) Semi Finals F5 3.00pm Bundaberg (3) def Caboolture A (2) F6 3.00pm BMTA Red (3) def Gold Coast A (2) Plate Series Semi Final F3 3.00pm Chinchilla A (4) def Caboolture B (1) F4 3.00pm Rockhampton (1) def Gold Coast B (0) Finals F3 5.00pm BMTA Red (4) def Bundaberg (0) Plate Final F4 5.00pm Chinchilla (4) def Rockhampton (2) Boys 15’s Semi Final Series F5 1.00pm BMTA (2) def Toowoomba (1) F6 1.00pm Redlands (4) def Gold Coast (2) Plate Series Semi Finals F7 1.00pm Rockhampton (4) def Chinchilla (1) F8 1.00pm Noosa (8) def Bundaberg (6) Finals F1 2.30pm BMTA (5) def Redlands (4) Plate Final F2 2.30pm Rockhampton (6) def Noosa (2) Girls 15’s Quarter Final Series F1 12.30pm BMTA (6) def Bundaberg (0) F2 12.30pm Toowoomba (2) def Gladstone (1) F3 12.30pm Gold Coast A (2) def Hervey Bay (1) F4 12.30pm Redlands Red (5) def Dodgers (1) Plate Series Quarter Finals F5 12.30pm Redlands Green (3) def Caboolture (1) F6 12.30pm Gold Coast B (3) def Noosa (2) F7 12.30pm Ballina (5) def Dalby (1) F8 12.30pm Rockhampton def Kawana (forfeited) Semi Finals Series F3 2.30pm BMTA (3) def Gold Coast (3) F4 2.30pm Redlands Red (3) def Toowoomba (2) Plate Semi Finals F1 3.00pm Ballina (4) def Redlands Green (0) F2 3.00pm Gold Coast B (2) def Rockhampton (0) Finals F1 4.30pm BMTA (3) def Redlands Red (1) Plate Final F2 4.30pm Ballina (1) def Gold Coast B (0) Boys 17’s Semi Final Series F1 1.00pm SF1: BMTA (1) def Kawana (0) F2 1.00pm SF2: Bundaberg (5) def Redcliffe (1) Plate Series Semi Finals F3 1.00pm SF1: Rockhampton (7) def Glasshouse Mountains (0) F4 1.00pm SF1: Caboolture (3) def Redlands (1) Finals F1 4.00pm BMTA (3) def Bundaberg (2) Plate Final F2 4.00pm Rockhampton (4) def Caboolture (2) Girls 17’s Semi Final Series F5 2.30pm SF1: Gold Coast (4) def BMTA Indige (2) F6 2.30pm SF2: BMTA Red (7) def Ipswich (2) Plate Series Semi Finals F7 2.30pm SF1: Bundaberg (4) def Chinchilla (3) F8 2.30pm SF1: Caboolture (3) def Kawana (2) Finals F3 4.00pm Gold Coast (4) def BMTA Red (2) Plate Final F4 4.00pm Caboolture (6) def Bundaberg (2)
Warriors Cavaliers Game 6Another NBA Finals game is set to be played tonight, so another Ohio State football hype video centered on the Cleveland Cavaliers is here. The Buckeyes, who have been releasing a mini-hype video for Cleveland before each Finals’ game, have released another one. Here it is:
The Argentinean superstar knows clubs from other countries are breaking into the football elite thanks to foreign investmentA not-so-long time ago, there were just one or two powerful teams in any of the Top 5 European leagues.And Barcelona and Real Madrid were two of them.But now, teams from countries like England, Italy, and France are starting to catch up to the Spanish La Liga giants.At least this is what Barca’s Lionel Messi believes has happened in the last years.“There are clubs now with a lot of money and players move for that reason,” he told ESPN.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“Whenever the most money is, that’s where they end up going. Things have changed and now the owners of clubs are multi-millionaires.”“Before everyone wanted to play for Barca or Madrid, who were the best, but now everything’s tighter and there’s not much of a difference between the teams in Manchester, PSG, Madrid, us, Bayern [Munich], the Italians…”And because of this, he was asked about if he would ever leave Barcelona.“I am just thinking about the years that I can keep playing,” he said when asked about what plans he has for retirement,” he explained.“When the moment comes, I will decide. I want to finish the contract I have and then we will see if I continue or not. It doesn’t worry me right now. [But] the club can be calm [when I am gone] if they keep bringing players through the academy and making good signings.”