Nocturnal foraging by great skuas Stercorarius skua: implications for conservation of storm-petrel populations

first_imgAt St Kilda, Outer Hebrides, a large colony of great skuas Stercorarius skua feed extensively on one of the largest colonies of Leach’s storm-petrels Oceanodroma leucorhoa in Europe, but little is known about the dynamics of this predator–prey system. Recently published population estimates of storm-petrels make it possible to estimate the impact of skua predation for the first time. Although skuas in the southern hemisphere catch petrels attending breeding colonies at night, it is not known whether congeners in the northern hemisphere also forage during the hours of darkness. We found (using radio-transmitters) that skuas regularly forage at night and (using light intensifying equipment) observed them catching storm-petrels at night. However, skuas also foraged during daylight hours, and it is unknown whether they might also catch storm-petrels at sea. Data on diet composition reveals that the proportion of storm-petrels in skua diet declined between 1996 and 1997, but remained constant thereafter. Although a large proportion of the storm-petrel prey is likely to consist of non-breeders, numbers consumed suggest that breeders and an unknown quantity of transients may also been eaten. The numbers of storm-petrels eaten are not sustainable and may result in substantial long-term population declines. Under current conditions, maintenance of large populations of both Leach’s storm-petrels and great skuas at St Kilda appears to be mutually exclusive.last_img read more

Weber State Men’s Basketball Announces Limited Tickets Are Available

first_img Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Thursday morning, Weber State’s athletic department announced a limited amount of tickets are available to the public for this week’s games.The Wildcats are hosting Montana State Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon as part of the Big Sky Conference’s scheduling format for this season.These tickets can be accessed by calling the Weber State ticket office (Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm).Tickets are $20 for the lower bowl and $10 for the upper bowl at the Dee Events Center.Seating will be socially distanced with groups of up to four being allowed to congregate together per regulations from the Utah Department of Health and the Weber-Morgan Health Department. February 4, 2021 /Sports News – Local Weber State Men’s Basketball Announces Limited Tickets Are Availablecenter_img Written bylast_img read more

Russia: CF Passes Annual Inspection

first_img View post tag: CF Russia: CF Passes Annual Inspection View post tag: Annual Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: CF Passes Annual Inspection Final examination summarizing 2011 training year starts at Caspian Flotilla (CF) under supervision of CF Chief of Staff Rear Admiral Vitaly Mikhailov.Special board will assess qualification level of personnel, condition of armament and combat equipment.Commanding officers will be tested for knowledge of their service duties and guidelines for contingency actions.Particular attention will be paid to improvement of order, discipline, and healthy atmosphere in military collectives. During the inspection, all CF servicemen will pass exams and be assessed.[mappress]Source: rusnavy, October 14, 2011 Authorities October 14, 2011 View post tag: passescenter_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Russia View post tag: News by topic View post tag: inspection Share this articlelast_img read more

MCM2 Team Takes Command of RN’s Gulf-Based Minehunter Force

first_img View post tag: takes View post tag: Naval View post tag: team November 27, 2012 View post tag: of View post tag: Command MCM2 Team Takes Command of RN’s Gulf-Based Minehunter Force View post tag: Gulf-Based View post tag: MCM2 Portsmouth mine warfare experts have now taken over command from their Faslane counterparts in charge of the Royal Navy’s key mine warfare force in the Gulf.After six months in the hot seat, the battle staff from the Faslane-based 1st Mine Countermeasures Squadron (MCM1) have handed over command of the UK Mine Countermeasures Force to Portsmouth’s MCM2.Using Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) ship Cardigan Bay as their ‘command centre’ the team from MCM2 will oversee the activities of four British minehunters which are permanently based in Bahrain.The two squadrons take it in turns to provide battle staffs directing the actions of the four-strong Royal Navy minehunting force – two Hunt Class ships (HMS Quorn and Atherstone) and two Sandowns (Ramsey and Shoreham) – using the RFA mother ship (currently Cardigan Bay) as their floating ‘command centre’.And through the six months when MCM1 were in the Gulf, there was quite a lot to command – all at a time of year when the weather conditions are the most challenging imaginable for the sailors and their equipment.There was an exercise in the Gulf of Oman with US and Omani forces, followed by a joint Anglo-American exercise in the central Gulf which included embarking a US dive team and recompression chamber for drills, and training with the Royal Navy’s Fleet Diving Unit and unmanned underwater vehicle team.This exercise also saw the first use of US Riverine combat boats which used the submersible dock of Cardigan Bay as their base; the heavily-armed boats provide high-speed force protection for task groups.The highlight of MCM1’s tenure was the inaugural International Mine Countermeasures Exercise attended by some 30 countries in September – the largest such workout ever staged in the region involving 3,000 personnel spread across 1,000 nautical miles (1,852km), with significant Royal Navy representation throughout.It was also a great opportunity for the battle staff to assume tactical command of a group which included a number of UK and US minehunters and Riverine boats, as well as a US explosive ordnance disposal mobile detachment and a team of divers from the Royal New Zealand Navy.Commander Andy Lamb, Commanding Officer of MCM1, said:“The international exercise tested a host of mine warfare activities and involved effort across the region.“The Royal Navy’s contribution stretched across the full spectrum from dive groups to minehunters, logistical support to command and control; all were fully integrated in what was a very valuable exercise.“This blend of people and capabilities afforded a rare opportunity to train together.“This latest deployment has seen first-class sailors operate extremely well in challenging conditions.“This type of deployment is tough on our people, our kit and our families.“It is clear, however, that these efforts are worth it and ensure that the UK remains the premier mine countermeasures force.”He formally handed over charge of the Force to his MCM2 counterpart Commander Martin Mackey aboard Cardigan Bay.The latter said of his new appointment:“The challenges facing the staff, the ships and the personnel continue.“It is my job to build on the success and experience of my predecessor, and I look forward to meeting these challenges in order to deliver the Royal Navy’s enduring mine countermeasures presence in the Gulf.”[mappress]Naval Today Staff, November 27, 2012; Image: UK MoDcenter_img Authorities View post tag: RN View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Force View post tag: Navy View post tag: Minehunter Back to overview,Home naval-today MCM2 Team Takes Command of RN’s Gulf-Based Minehunter Force Share this articlelast_img read more

Faculty, Associate Degree Nursing

first_imgTeaches courses in AD Nursing at a variety of times andlocations in response to institutional needsMakes continuous efforts to improve the quality of instructionby reviewing and utilizing innovative methodologies, t echniques,and delivery methodsDevelops and uses a syllabus for each course or laboratorywithin coll ege and departmental guidelinesPlans, develops and uses a variety of teaching methods andmaterials that assist students in meeting course objectives andwhich are appropriate for students with differing educational andexperiential backgrounds and learning stylesEvaluates students to measure their progress toward achievementof stated course objectives and informs them in a timely manner oftheir progress in the courseSubmits req uired college reports and formsReviews, evaluates, and recomm ends student learningmaterialsMaintains professional relationships with students, colleaguesand the communityProvides access to students through posted office hours,electronic communicatio n and other appropriate methodsResponsible for professional development and institutionalservice as determined in consultation with the DeanResponsible for other reason able related duties asassigned WORK SCHEDULE AND CONDITIONS: Master’s degree in Nursing and 3 years non-teaching workexperience in the field. Must hold a current unencumbered Texas RNlicense Length of time (specific months and years) of employmentIf the position was full time or part timeIf the position was paid or unpaidUnofficial transcript for highest earned degree Additionally, any certifications listed as required or preferred inthe Lone Star College job description should be included in theresume submitted.Benefits Marketing StatementBy joining our top-notch institution, you will enjoy being a partof an organization that offers a supportive, collegial workenvironment and excellent work/life balance. This includes a fullcomprehensive and competitive benefits package, wellness programs,professional development opportunities, sabbatical opportunitiesand more.Special InstructionsGo to the Job Search page, click on ‘My Activities’ at the top ofthe page. Under My Cover Letters and Attachments you will click on‘Add Attachment.’ Please be sure to put the Job ID# in the titleonce you name your file for cover letters only, unless you attachedyour cover letter with your resume.If you are applying for an Instructional position (i.e. Faculty,Adjunct Faculty, Instructor), please ensure you include thefollowing to be considered: Resume/CV, Cover Letter, TeachingPhilosophy, and unofficial transcripts.You must limit your file name for any attachment to 40 charactersor less.How to ApplyALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLYWe will not accept application material received via fax, email,mail, or hand delivered.Postings for part-time and adjunct positions are active for theacademic year. By selecting the option to receive notifications onyour profile, you will begin receiving electronic communicationregarding new opportunities with Lone Star College (LSC).If selected for an interview, a recruiter will contact you byphone, or email to schedule an interview.Lone Star College participates in the E-Verify program, under whichLone Star College provides the federal government with informationfrom each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm that the employee isauthorized to work in the United States.More information on the E-Verify program is available at .Lone Star College is an EEO Employer. All positions aresubject to a criminal background check. Equipment used includes, PC workstation running on a LAN in aMicrosoft Windows environment, calculator, phone and other generaloffice equipment, and any specialized equipment standard within thediscipline/industryInterface with internal and external contacts as needed tocarry out the functions of the positionWork is performed in a climate-controlled classroom and/or labenvironment with exposure to safety hazards typical within theindustryHours will vary depending on class times; Instructors arerequired to meet with classes at all scheduled times and beavailable to students outside of class instruction PURPOSE AND SCOPE:It is the responsibility of the teaching faculty to provide thelearning activities and support that will lead to the achievementof the course objectives and contribute to the educationalenvironment of the college and the community. The faculty member’srole encompasses the general areas of learning facilitation,professional development, and institutional service. Primaryresponsibilities are to plan, develop and teach courses within thecurriculum in a manner that facilitates student learning.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Campus Marketing StatementLone Star College-CyFairLone Star College offers high-quality, affordable academic transferand career training education to 99,000 students each semester. LSCis training tomorrow’s workforce today and redefining the communitycollege experience to support student success. Stephen C. Head,Ph.D., serves as chancellor of LSC, the largest institution ofhigher education in the Houston area with an annual economic impactof nearly $3 billion.LSC, which consists of seven colleges, ten centers, two universitycenters, Lone Star Corporate College and LSC-Online, iscontinuously named Great Colleges to Work For by the Chronicle ofHigher Education. To learn more, visit in suburban northwest Houston in the heart of the CyFairCommunity, the college provides a full range of offerings includingunique programs in fire science technology, logistics managementand sonography. Since opening our award winning campus in 2003, thecollege has experienced record growth and supports an excitinglearning environment that brings together state-of-the-arttechnology and active, collaborative learning.Campus address is 9191 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX77433.Job Description REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated leadership skills; style that emphasizescollaborat ion, teamwork, and facilitationExcellent oral and written communication skills andinterpersonal skillsCommitment to diversity; ability to appreciate alternativeviewpoints; ability to work effectivel y with a wide variety ofpeopleCommitment to academic excellence, exceptional service andproviding a dynamic climate for life-long learningDemonstrated ability to develop and implement instructionalapproaches such as service learning/civic engagement, learningcommunities, and the effective use of technologyAbility to use effective strategies to en gage students intheir learning Student InvestedContent ExpertPedagogically ExcellentInstitutionally Dedicated One LSCStudent FocusedOwn ItAdvance EquityCultivate CommunityChoose Learning Commitment to MissionThis job carries with it the obligation to uphold the Mission ofLone Star College (LSC) in carrying out the duties of the position.A commitment to positive interpersonal behaviors, professionalcommunication, diversity, integrity, leadership, stewardship,respect and accountability to LSC students and employees isessential.Cultural Beliefs PHYSICAL ABILITIES : Mastery of course content The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” isdesigned to recognize colleges that have been successful increating great workplaces and to further research and understandingof the factors, dynamics and influences that have the most impacton organizational culture at higher education institutions.Lone Star College was recognized in five areas: Confidencein Senior Leadership; Diversity; Facilities, Workspace &Security; Job Satisfaction; and Work/Life Balance .Qualities of ExcellenceAs faculty members of Lone Star College, we strive to create anation of world citizenry in our students. In that pursuit, wemodel ways of thinking and being that incorporate diversity,equality, and equity. Our culture, then, requires the possession oftranscendent qualities that, while immeasurable, are evident inglobal citizens. We are compassionate with our students,colleagues, and ourselves. We are innovative in the pursuit oflearning. Ultimately, we create a culture where learning thrives,people are safe, and we mirror the qualities of worldcitizenry.Lone Star College faculty are dedicated to four qualities ofexcellence: The work requires some physical exertion, such as long periodsof standing; walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces;recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, orsimilar activities; or recurring lifting of moderately heavy items,such as typewriters and record boxes. The work may requirespecific, but common, physical characteristics and abilities, suchas above average agility and dexterity. SalaryCommensurate with education, experience and qualifications.Your salary offer would fall in that range is determined by yourrelated experience and education. Should you receive an offer ofemployment from Lone Star College, the resume submitted in theapplication process will be utilized to calculate your salaryoffer. The information outlined below will provide the Office ofHuman Resources everything needed to determine an accurate startingsalary.Your resume should provide a complete picture of your workexperience. The resume should include the following information foreach position listed: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES :last_img read more

Assistant Professor – Computer Science Education

first_imgDepartment SummaryThe Science EducationProgram and the Departmentof Computer Science at San José State University inviteapplications for an assistant professor, tenure-track position inany field of computer science education that complements aninterdisciplinary group of scholars in the Science EducationProgram who are active in chemistry education research, physicseducation research, and the learning sciences.They would also complement the Department of Computer Science,consisting of outstanding scholars active in research areas such asdata science, machine learning, computer security, bioinformatics,and distributed computing. The Department of Computer Sciencestrives to provide the highest quality education in ComputerScience at the undergraduate and master levels, preparing them forthe competitive computer industry and for Ph.D. studies. Degreesinclude: BS in Computer Science, BS in Software Engineering, MS inComputer Science, MS in Data Science, and MS inBioinformatics.The Science Education Program consists of a team of dedicatedteacher-scholars recognized for their commitment to: 1) thepreparation and ongoing support of justice-centered, sociallyresponsive secondary science teachers, 2) the transformation ofundergraduate science courses and student learning experiences, and3) engaging in innovative science education research uniting theCollege of Science with the Lurie College of Education. An MAdegree in Science Education is offered.Required QualificationsA Ph.D. in a computer science area with a focus in educationresearch or a Ph.D. in science education or learning sciences witha focus in a computer science discipline or equivalent doctoralwork is required. For non-computer science Ph.D. candidates, anMS/MA in a computer science or related area is required. Applicantsmust demonstrate the potential for meaningful engagement ofundergraduate and masters students in their proposedresearch.We highly value experience with and commitment to service insupport of diversity, equity, and inclusion in computer scienceeducation and science education. Therefore, we strongly encourageapplications from candidates who have a record of such activities,whether or not this service was formally required by previouspositions.Applicants should demonstrate an awareness of and sensitivity tothe educational goals of a multicultural population as might havebeen gained in cross-cultural study, training, teaching and othercomparable experience.ResponsibilitiesExcellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levelis expected. Applicants should be familiar with a variety ofresearch-based teaching techniques and have interest inimplementing student-centered practices in courses of differentsizes and levels. Research in computer science education isstrongly preferred. The ideal candidate is able to teach teachingmethods courses and computer science courses in the credentialingprogram for teacher candidates, graduate courses in scienceeducation, and introductory and upper- division computer sciencecourses. The successful candidate will participate in sharedgovernance, usually in department, college, and universitycommittee and other service assignments. The candidate is expectedto successfully obtain external grant funding for their researchprogram. The successful candidate must demonstrate awareness andexperience understanding the needs of a student population of greatdiversity – in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primarylanguage and academic preparation – through inclusive coursematerials, teaching strategies and advisement.Compensation – To commensurate with qualifications andexperience. See Benefits Summary for details.Starting Date : August 2021Eligibility – Employment is contingent upon proof ofeligibility to work in the United States.Application ProcedureClick Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Applicationand attach the following documents: letter of interestcurriculum vitaestatement of teaching interests/philosophyresearch plansdiversity statement (optional)three references with contact information For full consideration, please apply by February 15, 2021.Inquiries may be directed to:Resa Kelly, Program Director, Science Education Program – [email protected] Moh, Chair, Department of Computer Science – [email protected] UniversitySan José State Universityenrolls over 35,700 students, a significant percentage of whom aremembers of minority groups. As such, this position is for scholarsinterested in a career as a national leader in graduating URMstudents. SJSU is a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and AsianAmerican and Native American Pacific Islander (AANAPISI) ServingInstitution; 40% of our students are first-generation, and 38% arePell-qualified. The university is currently ranked third nationallyin increasing student upward mobility. The University is committedto increasing the diversity of its faculty so our disciplines,students, and the community can benefit from multiple ethnic andgender perspectives.San José State University is California’s oldest institution ofpublic higher learning. Located in downtown San José (Pop.1,000,000) in the heart of Silicon Valley, SJSU is part of one ofthe most innovative regions in the world. As Silicon Valley’spublic university, SJSU combines dynamic teaching, research, anduniversity-industry experiences to prepare students to address thebiggest problems facing society. SJSU is a member of the 23- campusCalifornia State University (CSU) system.Equal Employment StatementSan José State University is an Affirmative Action/EqualOpportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants foremployment without regard to race, color, religion, nationalorigin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexualorientation, genetic information, medical condition, maritalstatus, veteran status, or disability. This policy applies to allSan José State University students, faculty, and staff as well asUniversity programs and activities.Reasonable accommodations are made for applicants with disabilitieswho self-disclose. Note that all San José State Universityemployees are considered mandated reporters under the CaliforniaChild Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to complywith the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as acondition of employment.Additional InformationA background check (including a criminal records check) must becompleted satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered aposition with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete thebackground check may affect the application status of applicants orcontinued employment of current CSU employees who apply for theposition.Advertised: December 16, 2020 (9:00 AM) Pacific StandardTimeApplications close:last_img read more

The Capitol Theatre Offering Free Tedeschi Trucks Band Webcast On Tuesday & Wednesday

first_imgOn Tuesday, February 20th, and Wednesday, February 21st, Tedeschi Trucks Band will continue their tour with a two-night stand at the iconic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. Today, The Capitol Theatre announced that it will be streaming both of the sold-out shows in their entirety for free on the Relix YouTube channel. Tuesday’s stream will show two sets by Tedeschi Trucks Band, as the show was marketed as “An Evening With Tedeschi Trucks Band,” while Wednesday’s stream will capture both Amy Helm’s opening set and one extended headlining set by the soulful twelve-piece.To check out the Tedeschi Trucks Band webcast, you can head over to Relix‘s YouTube page here, or check out the embedded streams below.Tuesday, 2/20/2018 – Tedeschi Trucks Band – The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NYWednesday, 2/21/2018 – Tedeschi Trucks Band – The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NYlast_img read more

Sanjay Sharma appointed dean of UVM’s School of Business Administration

first_imgUniversity of Vermont,Sanjay Sharma, dean of the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University, has been appointed dean of the School of Business Administration at The University of Vermont, effective July 1, 2011.Dr Sharma comes to UVM with a unique background in both the private sector and academia including 16 years of senior management experience with international corporations and more than a decade of proven leadership within higher education. During his four-year tenure at Concordia, the sixth largest university in Canada with more than 45,000 students, JMSB established itself as one of the top business schools globally with its MBA program ranked among the top 100 in the world by The Economist and its EMBA program ranked amongst the top 100 by the Financial Times. He facilitated a strategic focus at JMSB on educating managers with excellence in traditional knowledge and an ability to manage for the future in a global, complex, multi-stakeholder and sustainable business environments. This focus was recognized by JMSB’s ranking as 34th in the world in the Beyond Gray Pinstripes Survey by the Aspen Institute in 2010 and the school’s inclusion amongst the top 300 business schools out of 13,100 globally by the Princeton Review. Sanjay enhanced the research profile of JMSB via external fundraising for research centers (including the David O’Brien Center for Sustainable Enterprise), several research chairs and professorships, and increased external research grants.‘We are extremely fortunate to have one of the most respected business school leaders in North America bring his expertise to the University of Vermont,’ said Jane E. Knodell, Provost and Senior Vice President.  ‘Dr. Sharma’s rare combination of practical experience, extensive research and leadership skills within higher education was extremely compelling and should serve UVM’s School of Business well as it continues to establish itself as one of the top small business school programs in the northeast.’UVM President Daniel Mark Fogel also noted that, ‘Dr. Sharma’s scholarly record and leadership achievements will help us further strengthen our quality and reputation, not only in the School of Business Administration, but across the University as a whole.  I could not be more pleased that he has agreed to help us fulfill our vision as one of the nation’s premier small research universities.’Prior to his arrival at JMSB, the largest English language business school in Canada with more than 8,500 students and 350 full time and part time faculty, Sharma held the prestigious Canada Research Chair in Organizational Sustainability and was professor of policy in the School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. He also conceived and served as the first director of the Certified Management Accountant’s Centre for Responsible Organizations, an interdisciplinary center focusing on research and practice in the areas of organizational sustainability, corporate social responsibility, ethics, environmental management, social issues, and corporate governance.A 2001-2002 Fulbright Scholar, Sharma has won several research grants and has expertise in corporate environmental strategy, corporate sustainability, competitive strategy, stakeholder engagement and organizational innovation. His research has been widely published in top management journals including Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Executive, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Marketing, among others. He has co-edited six books on corporate environmental management and sustainability.Sharma began his academic career as an associate professor and director of the Executive MBA Programs at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax where he improved the national ranking of the EMBA program in Canadian Business from a ranking of tenth to third-place. Sharma earned his Ph.D in management in 1996 from the University of Calgary and his MBA in 1976 from Panjab University, India, where he received the University Gold Medal. He completed his undergraduate work in 1974 at the University of Delhi.‘I welcome the opportunity to work with the leadership team at UVM and the BSAD faculty and staff to build on the strengths of the school and realize its potential as a globally recognized unique destination for excellence in management education and research,’ Sharma said. ‘I also look forward to actively engaging the BSAD alumni and the Vermont business community in achieving this mission, attracting new resources, and helping to strengthen the economic vitality of the state.  I could not be more excited at the prospect of joining such a vibrant academic community, and I deeply appreciate the confidence that has been placed in me by the University.  Be assured that I will do my utmost to ensure that this confidence is well placed.’Prior to his academic career, Sharma was a senior level manager at multiple international corporations. He served as managing director of Chanrai International Plc. UK (1986-1992); chief executive officer of Sanraj Group Ltd. in India (1981-1986); financial controller of Vardhman Spinning and General Mills Ltd. in India (1979-1981); and assistant manager (finance) of J.K. Synthetics Ltd. in India (1976-1979).                                                                              ###last_img read more

Quantum physics may be key to more secure credit cards

first_imgby: Dianne DepraThe onslaught of hacking cases just this year has highlighted the frail security that credit card companies are providing consumers. However, researchers from the University of Twente and the Eindhoven University of Technology may have found the solution, improving credit card security with the help of quantum physics.In a study published in the journal Optica, the researchers developed an authentication method that is impossible to copy, acting as a more secure version of a “Q&A” system. The method works by taking advantage of the quantum-physical fact that it is possible for photons (light particles) to be in several places at once.For the method to work, a credit card or any card that requires security, such as an identification card or building pass, is fitted with a dry white paint layer. Although paper-thin, the layer of paint contains nanoparticles in the millions. If a photon is directed at the paint, it will bounce around the nanoparticles until it finds a way out.A bank, for instance, sends out a unique light pattern for every transaction. Think of this as the “question.” The “answer” will be the resulting light pattern formed as the photon looks for a path to escape. A transaction will only be approved by the bank if the resulting pattern achieved is correct. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Vuelta a Espana: Primoz Roglic retains title as Hugh Carthy claims podium | Cycling News

first_imgSlovenian Primoz Roglic wins Vuelta a Espana for second successive year; Britain’s Hugh Carthy makes the podium of a Grand Tour for the first time; Chris Froome finishes final race for Ineos Grenadiers Last Updated: 08/11/20 5:31pm Chris Froome, the four-time Tour de France champion, rode his last day in the saddle for Ineos Grenadiers Chris Froome, the four-time Tour de France champion, rode his last day in the saddle for Ineos Grenadiers