Jaw-dropping architectural masterpiece with river views hits market

first_imgThe house at 15 Wordsworth St, Bulimba, is for sale.What was once a humble three-bedroom 1940s cottage has been transformed into a masterpiece.Mia Fulleylove bought the house at 15 Wordsworth St, Bulimba, nearly nine years ago with her daughter Jade.The top floor is light and bright, and has views to Hamilton and the river.MORE REAL ESTATE STORIESTogether they engaged the help of architects Vokes and Peters and created a house akin to a work of art.Curl up on the bench seats and relax.The original cottage became known as the “sleeping house” while a two-storey extension to the back of the house allows for views over the Brisbane River and Hamilton.Timber works with brick, and each zone flows seamlessly to the next.The house contrasts textures, with timber and brick mixed with a black and white colour palette keeping the senses heightened, wondering what will appear before your eyes next.There are sleek timber floors and black cabinetry.Cararra marble benchtops work with black subway tiles and exposed beams.There are twin brick courtyards, one to the east and one to the west.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoMs Fulleylove said she loves the downstairs kitchen, living and dining area, which opens to the courtyard and garden.The courtyard with the archway and fireplace is a family favourite.“The majority of family connection happens there,” Ms Fulleylove said.“The outdoor fireplace and brick archway to the northside garden is one of our favourite places for feet hanging with a bowl of comfort food on a sunny morning.“We also enjoy… being able to walk out and pick avocadoes and passionfruit off the vine for breakfast.”Character features were retained in the original cottage, or the “sleeping house”.The upstairs part of the extension has soaring ceilings with exposed beams, and feature windows that run around the bottom of the room, looking to the inside of the roof overhanging below.Even the most simple of spaces capture your attention.The house was crafted for family living, and Ms Fulleylove believed it had served them perfectly.“It has a timeless balance of modern luxury and quality whilst retaining a comforting, cosy, family environment.”This room is known as “the bathhouse” and has views into the leafy backyard.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51last_img read more

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German Constitutional Court rules on complaints against Offshore Wind Energy Act

first_imgThe First Senate of Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court has ruled on constitutional complaints filed against the country’s existing Offshore Energy Act (WindSeeG). “Compensation is required where documents and results of any investigations can still be utilised for the “preparatory site investigations” conducted by the state under the new law”, the First Senate stated in a press release from 20 August. In the case of the rejected complaints, the First Senate found the Offshore Wind Energy Act to be compatible with the requirements of the general principle of the protection of legitimate expectations. Under the old regulation, offshore wind farms could be approved without any prior formal planning or systematic coordination of the establishment of connection to the power grid, while the Offshore Wind Energy Act brought more detailed provisions for the approval procedure. “In order to transition to the new system, ongoing planning approval procedures were terminated and previously issued permits lost their validity. The provisions under the transitional legal framework are not applicable to the complainants’ projects”, the First Senate explained. The constitutional complaints arose after the Ordinance on Offshore Installations Seaward of the Limit of the German Territorial Sea – which was applicable until the end of 2016 and under which the complainants had submitted requests for approval of offshore wind farms located in German North Sea Exclusive Economic Zone in the North Sea – was replaced by the current Offshore Wind Energy Act, which led to a fundamental revision of the approval procedure for wind farms located in the Exclusive Economic Zone. The rest of the constitutional complaints made against the Offshore Energy Act were rejected. According to the ruling on these complaints, the Act does not violate the fundamental rights to property and freedom of occupation, and it does not violate the general guarantee of the right to equality. On the matter of the Act not providing for any compensation for the planning and site investigation expenses incurred by developers whose projects were initiated under previously applicable law but were terminated when the existing Act entered into force, the First Senate found the Act to be unconstitutional. The legal authority also said that, to be considered of use, tenders to establish an offshore wind farm on a relevant site must be accepted by 31 December 2030. The legal basis for such interests in compensation must be set out by the legislator in greater detail, with the legislator obligated to do so until 30 June 2021, at the latest. The First Senate held that the Offshore Wind Energy Act has a quasi-retroactive effect that is not entirely justified under constitutional law, and that the complainants must receive financial compensation for any necessary expenses for planning and site investigations insofar as this can be of use to the preparatory site investigation conducted by the state under §§ 9 et seq. of the existing Offshore Wind Energy Act. last_img read more

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Rooney double delights Carrick

first_img But the 27-year-old looked more than settled on Tuesday as United manager David Moyes won his first Champions League game at Old Trafford and Carrick was delighted to see the striker back to his best. “It was probably Wayne’s best performance that I’ve seen for a while,” the midfielder told www.manutd.com. “It’s great to have him in that form – he can be untouchable when he’s like that.” Rooney reached the landmark in just 406 games and now sits behind only Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Jack Rowley in the club’s list of top marksmen. The achievement has brought the former Everton man many plaudits and former defender Viv Anderson, who made 69 appearances for United, believes he deserves to be regarded as one of the club’s greats. “He’s a United great and his record says that, 200 goals is great,” he told Press Association Sport at an event in Rotherham to promote Vauxhall’s Youth Football Programme for which he is an ambassador. “He is only 40-odd short of Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, so he has to be talked about like that. “He has had his ups and downs with the supporters but when it comes to matters on the football pitch, he gives 100 per cent and I am personally pleased he is back on board. The England international brought up the milestone as he netted twice in the 4-2 Champions League win over Bayer Leverkusen to move into fourth-place on the list of the Red Devils’ all-time top-scorers. Rooney has had a tumultuous summer with Chelsea seeing two bids turned down to acquire his services while speculation also mounted surrounding a potential move abroad. “Some supporters will remember the events of the summer but a lot of them will think of him for what he does on the football field and the great goals he has scored over the years. “There will be a minority who perhaps won’t look upon him fondly, but I think the majority will still love him. “We don’t know whether he really wanted to leave or not, David Moyes came out from the word go and said, ‘Wayne Rooney is not leaving the football club’, and that turned out to be the case. “He had to knuckle down and that’s what he did. He got back in the team, he is scoring goals and looking like his old self when he first arrived. He looks back to his best.” Rooney’s strike partner Robin van Persie was also on target on Tuesday night along with Antonio Valencia and, while neither of those two are likely to match the Liverpudlian’s goalscoring feats at Old Trafford, Carrick is delighted to see them all fully firing. “To have lads like that in your team is brilliant,” he said. “I thought Antonio was immense on Tuesday night as well and to have Wayne and Robin scoring and assisting is fantastic. “Even if they’re maybe not having the best of games they can always come up with something. I thought they played really well on Tuesday.” Meanwhile, United midfielder Jesse Lingard has joined Sky Bet Championship side Birmingham on a one-month loan deal. The 20-year-old is regarded as one of United’s most highly-regarded assets on the fringes of Moyes’ first team. Capped by England’s Under-21 side last month, Lingard is yet to make his senior debut for United but spent two months on loan at Leicester last season, making five substitute appearances. Michael Carrick was delighted to see Wayne Rooney back on form after the striker scored his 200th goal for Manchester United on Tuesday night. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Spurs going places – Holtby

first_img Press Association Holtby likens the Tottenham situation to the one Bayern Munich faced last season, when Jupp Heynckes managed to sustain a challenge on all fronts that eventually saw them complete a historic treble. “At Bayern Munich, everyone just did their work,” Holtby said. “The players were always patient and did their jobs for the team. “That’s why they won every title – and that’s how I see it here.” Holtby has no personal animosity towards Eriksen. Indeed, he has struck up a close personal friendship with the Dane, who was long touted as a potential Barclays Premier League player without anyone being willing to take a chance. “I get on very well with Christian,” Holtby said. “Off the pitch we do a lot of things. “On it when I get the opportunity I have to show that I can produce something. I need to keep working hard and putting on pressure. “It is going to be a very tough season because we have so many games. “I just saw the other day that we have eight games in December alone. People are going to get injured and we will need everyone.” The chances are Holtby will be back on the bench this weekend, though, when Chelsea visit White Hart Lane for a crucial Premier League encounter. While the result itself may not mean too much in terms of the title battle, a favourable outcome could generate a sense of belief in the Spurs camp that would push them a long way. “I don’t want to put that word in the mouth but we are aiming for very high things,” he said. “Chelsea is a massive game for us and a positive result can give us the confidence we need for the rest of the season. “We want to get in the top four. We want to play Champions League. That is the main aim.” In particular, the deadline-day arrival of Christian Eriksen from Ajax has closed off an avenue to Villas-Boas’ first-choice line-up, hence the Germany international’s selection for Tuesday night’s 4-0 Capital One Cup triumph at Aston Villa. Holtby could be forgiven for a sense of frustration at how events have conspired against him. He has no such feelings, though. Instead he is looking forward to the campaign with relish. “I wanted to come here,” he said. “I wanted to have this challenge. “I could have stayed at Schalke. I could have played there all the time. “But I wanted to fulfil my dream of playing for a top club in the Premier League. “I know Tottenham are going to do something big and I wanted to be part of it.” The 23-year-old quit Schalke for the lure of White Hart Lane in January. Holtby quickly established himself as a regular under Andre Villas-Boas, only for his status to be undermined by the huge amount of change Spurs have undergone to cope with the world-record exit of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid. Lewis Holtby has no regrets about hitching a ride on the Tottenham bandwagon because he is convinced they are destined for the very top.last_img read more

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Rafael returns home with injury

first_imgManchester United defender Rafael has returned home early from the club’s tour of the United States to have treatment on a groin problem. “As he was unlikely to participate in the remaining tour games, returning to the Aon Training Complex affords the best overall option for his recovery in time to continue pre-season preparation when the team returns,” said a statement on manutd.com. United’s Premier League opener at home to Swansea is just 19 days away on August 16. Press Associationcenter_img The 24-year-old sustained the injury in training prior to the Red Devils’ win over Roma in Denver on Friday. Even though there are three matches still remaining in America the Brazilian will not be fit in time to play in any, so the decision was made to send him back to England. last_img read more

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Christian Benteke will “run more” after chat with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

first_img The Belgium international came off the bench to score the winner to end Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester’s three-month unbeaten run. However, Benteke was only on the pitch because of a first-half hamstring injury to compatriot Divock Origi, who was preferred up front in the starting line-up. The £32.5million summer signing’s lack of movement has been criticised as it does not fit in with his manager’s all-action, high-tempo tactics. But the 25-year-old insists he can adapt to the needs of Klopp and the team. “I spoke with the manager a few days ago about where I can improve and what he is expecting from me,” said the striker. “Sometimes when you are a little bit on the side you try to understand what the manager needs and what he wants and we had a very good chat. “We had a ‘man conversation’ and I think it is going to help me and help the team. “I think I have to run more and I have to be there for my team-mates. “You could see (against Leicester) that I showed I understand his message and now I have to keep going like that.” After arriving from Aston Villa in the summer Benteke started the first six matches of the season under Brendan Rodgers, who fought so hard to bring the big striker to Anfield that the club relented after initially refusing to pay the full amount of his buy-out clause. But injury sidelined him for a month and by the time he returned Rodgers had been sacked and replaced by Klopp. He has yet to start back-to-back league matches under the German but that is set to change as he is now the only fit striker with Origi the latest to fall victim to a hamstring injury. Danny Ings has been ruled out for the season after a knee ligament operation and Daniel Sturridge has still not recovered from a hamstring problem despite the England international tweeting on Boxing Day: “I’m back training and good to go!!”. “I wanted to start (against Leicester), of course, every player wants to play but it is the decision of the manager and I have to be ready,” added Benteke. “I won’t complain. It is part of football. Inside of me I know it is not easy. “When I came it was for Brendan and now it is for Jurgen, so it is a different manager. “I have to learn and I have to understand what he wants. “Of course I am still a young player and I want to learn. He is the right manager for me to help me in my development. “I was not worried about fitting in or not because now football has changed. “I am not saying every player can play like Barcelona but I have been in England a long time so I can adapt. “I think like any striker you need a few games but we have a great squad and it is hard to play every game.” Liverpool striker Christian Benteke accepts he has to work harder on the pitch to earn a place in the side after an enlightening chat with manager Jurgen Klopp. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Conservative Donor Billionaire David Koch Dies

first_imgBillionaire conservative activist and philanthropist David Koch is dead. He died today at age 79.Koch and his older brother Charles owned the Nebraska-based energy and chemical company Koch Industries since 1983.David stepped away from running the company last year because of failing health.The Koch brothers are best known for building a huge network of conservative donors. The brothers directed donations to organizations that work to push for smaller government, mobilize voters and persuade elected officials to support libertarian-leaning economic policies.last_img

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Williams sisters on collision course at U.S. Open

first_imgBy Simon Cambers NEW YORK,(Reuters)-Serena and Venus Williams, the sisters with 29 grand slams and a stack of records between them, will try to maintain a collision course at the U.S. Open tennis today when they play their fourth-round matches.World number one and defending champion Serena, trying to break the record of 22 grand slam titles she shares with Steffi Graf, plays number 52 Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan.Sixth seed Venus, twice the champion in New York, faces Karolina Pliskova, the big-serving 10th seed from the Czech Republic.Victory for both would put them one win away from a semi-final meeting at Flushing Meadows.Top seed Serena is still managing the right shoulder injury she suffered at the Rio Olympic Games last month but says she is ready to hit peak form.“I feel OK,” she said when asked to grade her performance in week one. “So far, so good.“I don’t feel like I’m Serena out there yet, but hopefully she’ll come around the second week.”Venus is into the fourth round for the second straight season, having gone four years without passing round three while she learned to cope with Sjogren’s syndrome, an auto-immune disease that causes chronic fatigue and muscle soreness.“It’s just a lot of will power,” Venus said. “That’s really what it is. I started to feel better more consistently this year so I’m always trying to find things to help me feel my best.“But even if I’m not feeling great, I still manage to get a good fight in out there.”Men’s second seed Andy Murray, the Wimbledon and Olympic champion, takes on Grigor Dimitrov for a place in the quarter-finals.Former champion Juan Martin del Potro, in the fourth round for the first time since 2012 after three operations on his left wrist, plays eighth seed Dominic Thiem.Third seed Stan Wawrinka, sixth seed Kei Nishikori and women’s fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska are also in fourth-round action.last_img read more

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Guyana U-15 footballers to tour French Guiana

first_imgTHE Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has accepted an invitation from the French Guiana football Association (FGFA) to participate in an International Invitational Under-15 tournament between December 17 and 22nd.To this end the GFF has called up 26 players to go into camp from the 4th to 15th from which the final 16 to tour the French colony will be selected. The team is expected to depart Guyana on the 16th and return on Christmas Eve.According to a press release issued by the Federation, yesterday, trials to arrive at the 26 players were held on the 20th and 27th of November at Camp Ayanganna and the Ministry of Education grounds respectively under the watchful eyes of Technical Director, Ian Greenwood.From a list of 74 players submitted by the various member associations, a squad of 40 was retained for the second trials after which 26 were chosen to continue preparations.The release also stated that the GFF is using the tournament as early exposure and preparations for next year’s CONCACAF U-15 competition.Other French colonies in the Region, Martinique and Guadeloupe are also expected to be represented as well as Suriname and one of France’s Premier club, Olympique Marseille.The 26 players selected to go into camp are: Richard Roberts, Oswin Fredericks, Usher, Jones, Leston Smith, Joshua Braithwaite, Tyrel Khan, Wayne Da Silva, Cyrus Nicholson, Shannon Samnauth, Okifi Patoir, Marcus Wilson, Nicholas Andrews, Derron Niles, Orville Daniels, Maliki Granum, Daniel Lowe, Omari Glasgow, Ken, Salvador, Jermaine Padmore, Jermaine, Garrett, Rickford Emmanuel, Miguel, Stoll, Kevin Reddy, Lindon Morris, Troni Semple and Jerimiah Douglas.last_img read more

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Update on the latest sports

first_img Associated Press In other college basketball news:— Florida will have its top scorer back next season. Forward Keyontae Johnson announced on social media Tuesday that he plans to return for his junior year with the Gators, a huge boost for coach Mike White’s program. Johnson averaged 14.0 points a game to lead the team in scoring and was second in rebounding. He also led the team in steals with 38, was second in 3-point shooting at 38% and ranked third in assists with 49.NFL-NEWSChargers sign former XFL tight end Donald Parham Jr.UNDATED (AP) — Donald Parham Jr., who led XFL tight ends in yards and receptions, has signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers. He was suspended without pay by Ganassi early Monday, then suspended indefinitely by NASCAR and Larson, who is half Japanese, was ordered to complete a sensitivity training. But his entire program fell apart as primary sponsors McDonalds and Credit One Bank pulled their funding from Larson. Chevrolet suspended its relationship with him, and all but one commercial partner denounced Larson’s comment and indicated they were ending their relationship.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NEWSKentucky’s Richards is fourth player to enter NBA draftUNDATED (AP) — Kentucky forward Nick Richards will enter the NBA draft and forego his final season of collegiate eligibility by signing with an agency.He’s coming off a breakout season in which he was named a first team All-Southeastern Conference selection by The Associated Press and league coaches. His per-game scoring average increased 10 points this season to 14.0 while starting 30 of 31 contests to help the Wildcats earn the SEC regular season title. Richards also ranked fourth nationally in shooting at 64% and made the SEC all-defensive squad with averages of 7.8 rebounds and 2.13 blocks per game. — ESPN is asking some of its on-air personalities to take a 15% pay cut over the next three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. The request applies to about 100 ESPN commentators. The voluntary pay cuts would apply to ESPN’s highest-paid broadcasters. They are designed to help deter further immediate furloughs that would affect network employees who might be more financially vulnerable.— The NHL will remain on pause through at least the end of the month. The league on Tuesday announced it was extending its self-quarantine recommendation for players, coaches and staff through April 30. The announcement marks the third time the NHL has pushed back its timetable.— The parent company that oversees the NHL Buffalo Sabres has announced a series of cost-cutting measures, including layoffs and furloughs affecting 125 employees as a result of the new coronavirus pandemic. Pegula (peh-GOO’-luh) Sports and Entertainment says 104 employees are being furloughed, while another 21 were laid off on Tuesday. A person told The Associated Press the laid-off employees were informed they were fired, and spoke on the condition of anonymity because that information wasn’t included in the news release. PSE also said more than 36 employees, including management, hockey staff and broadcasters, will have their salaries reduced temporarily. PSE says it will continue to pay health insurance coverage for furloughed employees.— Major League Soccer says its hopes of returning in mid-May are “extremely unlikely.” In a statement Tuesday, the league said guidance from federal and local public health officials is making it unlikely the league will be able to restart in about a month.— Major League Baseball is moving its annual celebration of Jackie Robinson online because of the delay in the season caused by the new coronavirus. The Jackie Robinson Foundation is launching a virtual learning hub to coincide with Wednesday’s 73rd anniversary of Robinson breaking the major league color barrier. UNDATED (AP) — New York Yankees co-owner Hank Steinbrenner has died. The oldest son of George Steinbrenner was 63. The team said he died at home in Clearwater, Florida, due to a long-standing health issue.Hank Steinbrenner was one of the four siblings who own the team’s controlling shares. He had hoped to succeed as father as the team’s controlling owner. Between the 2007 and 2008 seasons, he became the public voice of the Yankees ownership. He didn’t appear to have much involvement in the team’s operations in recent years and devoted more time to racing interests.In other baseball news:—The San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks are two of the Major League Baseball teams participating in a study of the coronavirus that will test hundreds of people — including players — from the various clubs for antibodies. The Oakland Athletics also are taking part.— Former big league manager Jim Frey has died at age 88. Frey managed the Kansas City Royals to the 1980 AL pennant and the Chicago Cubs within one win of the 1984 World Series. His 1980 Royals swept the Yankees in the ALCS, then lost to Philadelphia in a six-game World Series. His Cubs wasted a 2-0 lead against San Diego in the 1984 NLCS. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSStart of Tour de France moved to late AugustUNDATED (AP) — This year’s Tour de France will start on Aug. 29 and finish on Sept. 20 and will be followed by cycling’s two other major races. —The Chicago Cubs are putting Wrigley Field to use as a food distribution hub to help support COVID-19 relief efforts. The Cubs said they will use the famed ballpark’s concourse as a food-packing and distribution center starting this week while working with Lakeview Pantry.— There will be no Golden Spikes Award this year, ending a streak of 42 consecutive seasons. USA Baseball made the announcement Tuesday. It followed the NCAA’s decision to cancel spring sports seasons due to the new coronavirus.— The University of Cincinnati has eliminated its men’s soccer program as other colleges weigh cutbacks because of budget problems resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. College are grappling with revenue losses from spring sports cancellations.MLB-NEWSHank Steinbrenner dead at 63center_img — Former World Series MVP Steve Pearce is retiring, saying he’s done playing after an injury-plagued season for the Boston Red Sox. Pearce made the announcement Monday night on Boston radio station WEEI while it aired a replay of the 2018 World Series opener between the Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers. The career journeyman homered and hit a three-run double in Game 4 of that matchup, then homered twice the next day as the Red Sox took title and he won the MVP.NASCAR-LARSON FIREDLarson fired over slurCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Kyle Larson has been fired by Chip Ganassi Racing, a day after nearly every one of his sponsors dropped the star driver for using a racial slur during a live stream of a virtual race.Larson was in his seventh Cup season with Ganassi and had been prepping to test free agency for the first time. Just weeks ago, the 27-year-old was considered the top free agent in NASCAR. Now he is out of a job in what could ultimately be an eight-figure blunder. The International Cycling Union announced the new dates after consulting with race organizer Amaury Sport Organisation. The Tour could not start as scheduled on June 27 because of restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.The UCI also says the world championships will go ahead as planned from Sept. 20-27 and will be followed by the Giro d’Italia and the Spanish Vuelta. No official dates were given for those two major races.The UCI says prestigious one-day road classics such as Paris-Roubaix and Liège-Bastogne-Liège will be maintained at dates still to be defined.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:—The Senior British Open has been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak, but organizers are still hoping the last senior major of the year can be played in 2020. The event, due to take place at Sunningdale from July 23-26, is the fourth of the five senior majors to lose its scheduled place on the calendar because of the pandemic. Update on the latest sports April 15, 2020 Parham had 24 receptions for 307 yards and four touchdowns for the Dallas Renegades before the XFL season ended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Parham was also the only tight end in the league to have a 100-yard receiving game.Parham spent time with the Detroit Lions and Washington Redskins during the offseason last year.In other NFL moves:— Offensive tackle Storm Norton has signed a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers. Norton played for the Los Angeles Wildcats of the XFL before the league ended midway through its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. He played for the Minnesota Vikings in 2018 and had previous stints with the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

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