Formerly known as the TriExpo and Endurance Sports Awards, the leading consumer and industry event from Competitor Group has been rebranded as endurance LIVE, ‘the ultimate daylong extravaganza for the active lifestyle consumer.’Billed as the world’s largest and most prized consumer show and endurance sports awards event, endurance LIVE returns to San Diego on Saturday 22 January 2011.The event features a daytime consumer show and evening awards gala honouring both the male and female Triathlete, Runner and Cyclist of the Year.The endurance LIVE consumer show unites running, cycling and triathlon enthusiasts eager for a preview of next season’s best gear and technology in one all-inclusive expo.Both consumers and industry professionals are invited to demo the latest products in the market, participate in training clinics hosted by top athletes and experts, and participate in interactive group workouts and Q&A sessions.The event will take place from 09:00 to 16:00 at the San Diego Convention Center in Hall H.The consumer show will be followed by the endurance LIVE Awards Gala evening. Each year, Competitor Group honours the world’s greatest endurance athletes, including Olympic gold medallists, Ironman World Champions and Tour de France podium finishers, and awards the industry’s highest honours with the Competitor Runner of the Year, the Triathlete of the Year and the VeloNews Cyclist of the Year.Formerly named the Endurance Sports Awards, the endurance LIVE Awards Gala will celebrate its 19th anniversary in style at the Hard Rock Hotel located in downtown San Diego.“It is exciting to assemble an event celebrating every facet of endurance sports from running to cycling and triathlon highlighting the global growth of the industry and bestowing the industry’s top honours,” said Bouker Pool, Senior Vice President of Marketing for the Competitor Group.“This event offers unparalleled access to some of today’s premier endurance sports athletes. With its group runs, swims and rides, endurance LIVE creates an opportunity for fans to come out, meet and honour some of the best athletes in the world.”Notable attendees include US Olympian and American record holder in the marathon, Deena Kastor; US Olympian and Half-Marathon Record Holder Ryan Hall; 2010 Ironman World Champion, Mirinda ‘Rinny’ Carfrae; 2010 Ironman World Champion Chris ‘Macca’ McCormack; with special video appearances from top cyclists competing in the Tour Down Under and more.Authors and athletes Dean Karnazes (Ultramarathon Man) and Chris Carmichael (The Time Crunched Cyclist) will also be in attendance at the awards show.www.competitor.com/endurancelive Related
Two practices in Huddersfield and with offices across West Yorkshire are to merge, creating a 23-partner and 250-person business.Ramsdens Solicitors and Baxter Caulfield today announced they had joined forces to meet the increased demand for its services, particularly in corporate and commercial areas.Paul Joyce, managing partner at Ramsdens, said that the new firm will have one of the strongest corporate and commercial teams in West Yorkshire. ‘The skill and experience that Baxter Caulfield will bring compliments perfectly the existing strengths within the Ramsdens practice.’Stephen Newman, senior partner at Baxter Caulfield said: ‘We are excited to be teaming up with Ramsdens, an outstanding law firm which has gone from strength to strength over the last decade. We share an ambition for growth and the most important core value, delivering an excellent service to clients.’The merged firm, trading as Ramsdens Solicitors LLP, will operate from today (1 October).
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享During a student ice fishing event in February, Department of Fish & Game employees found elodea in Sport Lake. A meeting will be held next week to discuss the possible use of an herbicide on the lake this summer. The earliest treatments will begin will likely be mid-July. The lake may be closed until that time, to prevent the invasive weed from spreading further. KNWR staff drilled 28 sample holes around the lake’s perimeter in mid-March and found elodea in six of the holes. The herbicide diquat has been used to treat other Kenai Peninsula lakes with elodea. Before the treatment can be applied, 30 days worth of public comment must be taken and the plan must be reviewed by relevant agencies. The meeting will be held at the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Building from 5:30-7:30pm with Kenai Watershed Forum Invasives Specialist Jennifer Peura, Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area President Matt Steffy, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (KNWR) biologist John Morton, and representatives of the chemical manufacturer SePRO.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Scott Eatherton scored 21 points, and Northeastern earned a berth in the Colonial Athletic Association title game by defeating North Carolina-Wilmington 78-71 on Sunday night.Five players reached double figures in scoring for the third-seeded Huskies (22-11), who will face No. 1 seed William & Mary on Monday night. The winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.Jordon Talley scored 18 and Craig Ponder added 17 for second-seeded UNCW (18-13). The Seahawks twice beat Northeastern during the regular season, but in this one they fell behind with 11:40 left and never caught up.UNCW scored the game’s first six points, which ended up being the biggest lead by either team until a basket by Eatherton made it 59-53.Cedrick Williams answered with a three-point play for the Seahawks, but a dunk by Talley and a layup by Devon Begley put Northeastern in front 63-56 with 4:17 remaining.It was 64-59 before a three-point play by Eatherton made it an eight-point game with three minutes to go.