The analysis should include both post-trade analysis and TCA analysis, it said.The contract period is proposed to be 48 months, subject to a right of early termination with a due notice period.The deadline for applications is 23 April.For more information on the tender, click here.In other news, Vontobel Asset Management has appointed KNEIP for fund data management, regulatory filing, KIID production and financial reporting.Vontobel will be making use of KNEIP’s service across its entire Swiss and Luxembourg-domiciled fund ranges. Sweden’s AP2 is looking for a company to provide a trading cost-analysis (TCA) system to evaluate brokers’ execution for the buffer fund and analyse whether its trading strategies are “as optimal as possible”.It said it required a TCA system for analysis of mainly its internal cash equity execution.“We are looking for a system that can evaluate trading decisions by providing quick and user-friendly cost analysis,” it said.“Since we are investing in a range of markets, both developed and emerging markets, it is important the system cover these markets.”
EAST MOLINE, Ill. (May 9) – A Mother’s Day show at Quad City Speedway is next on the schedule for the Deery Brothers Summer Series.Touring IMCA Late Models race for $2,000 to win and a minimum $300 to start their Sunday, May 14 main event at East Moline.Tour rookie Jake Neal of Omaha, Neb., leads the point standings heading into the sixth series event of the season. Luke Goedert of Guttenberg, Iowa, is in second, two points off the pace and just nine points separate the first and fifth place drivers.Pit gates open at 3 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Hot laps are at 5:15 p.m. with racing to follow.Box seating is $18 while other spectator admission is $15 for adults, $8 for kids ages 6-12 and free for five and under. Pit passes are $30.Also running are IMCA Modifieds and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods. All applicable points, including local track, will be awarded in all three IMCA divisions.More information is available by calling 309 792-5030 and at the www.qcspeedwayracing.com website.Nineteen previous Deery events have been held at East Moline. Joel Callahan of Dubuque, Iowa, was the winner there last May.Deery Brothers Summer Series top 20 point standings – 1. Jake Neal, Omaha, Neb., 175; 2. Luke Goedert, Guttenberg, Iowa, 173; 3. Matt Ryan, Davenport, Iowa, 170; 4. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 169; 5. Jesse Sobbing, Malvern, Iowa, 166; 6. Chad Holladay, Muscatine, Iowa, 160; 7. Curt Martin, Independence, Iowa, 155; 8. Jeremiah Hurst, Dubuque, and Jeff Tharp, Sherrill, Iowa, both 150; 10. Richie Gustin, Gilman, Iowa, 148; 11. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, Iowa, 143; 12. Joel Callahan, Dubuque, Iowa, 140; 13. Justin Kay, Wheatland, Iowa, 117; 14. Tyler Bruening, Decorah, Iowa, and Paul Conrad, Colo, Iowa, both 110; 16. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 109; 17. Curt Schroeder, Newton, Iowa, 101; 18. John Emerson, Waterloo, Iowa, 91; 19. Nick Marolf, Wilton, Iowa, and Jay Johnson, West Burlington, Iowa, both 90.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Asian Games News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Indian prodigy Bajrang Punia bagged the gold medal in the 65kg freestyle wrestling category by taking down Daichi Takatani by a score of 11-8 in the final of the 2018 Asian Games on Sunday. But, it was the mixed team of Apurvi Chandela and Ravi Kumar, who gave India the first taste of medals in the Asian Games 2018 as they bagged the bronze in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team event.ALSO READ: Asian Games 2018: Day-wise schedule, time-table for AsiadsHowever, day 1 witnessed many disappointments also as the two-time Olympic medallist and a massive medallist hopeful for India Sushil Kumar got eliminated from the qualifying rounds.Day 2 of the 2018 Asian Games bring us lots of exciting match-ups as India eye more medals in Asia’s biggest sporting extravaganza.BadmintonWomen’s team quarterfinalsIndia vs Japan (7-30 AM)Men’s team quarterfinalsIndia vs Indonesia (12-30 PM)Wrestling11:00 am – Pooja Dhanda vs Orasa Sookdongyor (Women’s Freestyle 57 kg)11:24 am – Sakshi Malik vs Salinee Srisombat (Women’s Freestyle 62 kg)11.30 am – Sumit Malik vs Parviz Hadibasmanj (Men’s Freestyle 125 kg)11:30 am – Vinesh Phogat vs Sun Yanan (Women’s Freestyle 50 kg)11:48 am – Pinki vs Erdenechimegiin Sumiyaa (Women’s Freestyle 53 kg)KabaddiWomen’s Team Group A – Game 5India vs Thailand (8-10 AM)Men’s Team Group A – Game 5India vs Korea (2-30 PM)HockeyMen’s tournament Pool AIndia vs Indonesia (6-30 PM)TennisMen’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)India’s Prabhakharan Gunneswaran Prajnesh vs Indonesia’s Fitriadi M RfiqiWong Kong Kit (Hong Kong) vs Ramanathan RamkumarMen’s Doubles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)RM Bopanna, Sharan D vs Indonesia’s Susanto Da, Susanto IANagal S, Ramanathan R vs Nepal’s Bajracharya SB, Bastola AWomen’s Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)Gumulya Beatrice (Indonesia) vs Raina Ankita RavinderkrishanThandi Kamran Kaur vs Altansarnai Jargal (Mongolia)Mixed Singles Round of 32 (8-30 AM)To be defined vs Bopanna, Thombare PGWomen’s Doubles Round of 32 (10-30 AM)Khan SM, Suhail U (Pakistan) vs Raina AR, PG ThombareBasketballWomen’s Basketball 5x5Preliminary: Group A – Game 7Unified Korea vs India (8-30 AM)HandballMen’s Handball Main Round: Group 3 – Match 2India vs Malaysia (9-30 AM)Rowing (Heats)Dushyant (7-30 AM)Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls – Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh (7 AM)Men’s Quadruple Sculls India (8-30 AM)Women’s Four Heats (8-50 AM)Men’s Lightweight Eight (Heat 2 Start List) India – 8-10 AMSepaktakrawMen’s Team Regu Preliminary Group BIndia vs Iran (7-30 AM)Women’s Team Regu Preliminary Group AIndia vs Lao PDR (10-30 AM)Shooting (Medal event)Trap Women – Qualification – Day 2Shreyasi Singh and Seema Tomar (6-30 AM)10m Air Rifle Men QualificationRavi Kumar and Deepak Kumar (6 AM)Trap Men Qualification – Day 2Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Lakshay (7-30 AM)10m Air Rifle Women QualificationElavenil Valarivan and Apurvi Chandela (8 AM)The above events will be followed by finals.Swimming (Medal Event)Men’s 800m FreestyleAdvait Page – Heat 1 (7-30 AM)Men’s 50m Backstroke Heats – Nataraj Srihari and Mani Arvind (7-52 AM)Men’s 200m Individual Medley Heats – Neel Roy (7-15 AM)Men’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Heats – India – (8-43 AM)TaekwondoWomen – 53kg – Round of 16 (8-30 AM)Latika Bhandari vs TO-BE-DEFINEDVolleyballMen’s tournament Preliminary: Pool F match 1India vs Hong Kong China (2 PM)WushuMen’s Sanda – 56 kg Round of 16Santosh Kumar vs Wazea Zaid Ali (Yemen) (7-30 AM)Men’s Sanda 60kg Round of 16Sofyan Abdul Haris (Indonesia) vs Surya Bhanu Partap Singh (India)Men’s Sanda 65kg Round of 16Grewal Narender vs Tabugara Clemente JR (Philippines)
Nassar is serving decades in prison after hundreds of women and girls came forward to say he molested them during visits for hip, back and leg injuries. Authorities alleged that Simon knew in 2014 that Nassar had been accused of molesting a patient at a campus clinic, and that she knew of the nature of the complaint.UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-DOCTORU. of Michigan seeks to remove law firm in sex abuse suitsANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan has announced that it is seeking to remove a law firm it hired to handle lawsuits following hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse by Dr. Robert Anderson, a sports doctor who worked at the school for decades.It’s the second time the university has sought to remove a firm helping handle the allegations, and just two months after the firm was hired. May 14, 2020 — Ferrari says it has developed a ventilator for hospitals dealing with the pandemic. The Formula One team says it created a device that is easy to use and assemble in conjunction with the Italian Institute of Technology. Ferrari says it was designed in only five weeks and can be produced using easily available materials at a lower cost than normal ventilators.— The Japan Sumo Association says a 28-year-old wrestler has died from the coronavirus. The association identified the wrestler as Shoubushi and said he died of multiple-organ failure. He is reported to have been the first sumo wrestler to die from the virus, and among the youngest to die in Japan.— Beach volleyball teams will have an extra year to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. The system will otherwise remain the same. Most teams qualify by earning points on the international tour. The deadline for Tokyo had been this June but now it will be June 13, 2021. Additional spots in the Olympic tournament will be decided at continental tournaments that will be held until June 27 of next year.— Oaklawn plans to reopen its casino next to the racetrack in Hot Springs, Arkansas, on Monday. General manager Wayne Smith says state and health officials have given the go-ahead to do so with new health and hygiene protocols in place. The casino will operate at 33% capacity, staff and visitors will have their temperatures checked upon entry and must wear masks, and guests must show ID in case contact tracing is needed.— Rutgers is doing away with paper tickets to sports events in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The State University of New Jersey announced Wednesday that mobile-only ticketing to sports events will start this fall with the football season. Luck filed a federal lawsuit last month over his April 9 termination, alleging the wrestling magnate breached their contract. The father of former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and a long-time football executive is seeking monetary damages.Attorneys for McMahon argued Wednesday that Luck was fired for cause, in part because he failed to devote his business time to his XFL duties. They claimed Luck abandoned his responsibilities after the schedule was halted by the coronavirus.The league suspended operations and laid off all its employees on April 10, three days before filing for bankruptcy protection.TURKEY-SOCCER PLAYER-KILLINGTurkish soccer player confesses to killing son in hospital A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that the NFL has extended its virtual offseason workouts through the end of May.NFL teams normally would be holding OTAs during May, followed by June minicamps. Those activities are being done remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. Coaching and training staffs have worked with the players by conducting classroom instruction and on-field activities through digital applications.All 32 teams must submit plans for reopening their facilities to the league by Friday, though no dates for such re-openings are set. Offseason workouts must end by June 26, a week or so later than usual.In other news related to the coronavirus pandemic:— Florida is willing to be a restart site for professional sports leagues when play resumes following shutdowns caused by the new coronavirus. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says he is welcoming all pro sports for practicing and playing, although he couldn’t guarantee that fans would be permitted. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced this week that his state is open to games without spectators for all the major sports starting Saturday. NCAA senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt said in a statement that college sports’ governing body won’t set a new deadline until the NBA has determined its revised timeline for the predraft process.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-GEORGETOWN-McCLUNGHoyas star guard transferringWASHINGTON (AP) — Georgetown guard Mac McClung plans to enter the NCAA transfer portal after taking his name out of consideration for the NBA draft.McClung averaged 15.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 21 games as a sophomore this past season, missing time with a right foot injury. Canisius announced that McCarthy died Saturday of natural causes in the Buffalo suburbs, where he grew up and lived most of his life.DOCTOR-SEXUAL ASSAULT-MICHIGAN STATENassar-related case dismissed against ex-university chiefDETROIT (AP) — A judge has dismissed criminal charges against former Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon.She was accused of lying to investigators in 2018 as they tried to learn what she knew years earlier about sexual assault complaints involving campus doctor Larry Nassar. Simon last year was ordered to trial in Eaton County, near Lansing. But Circuit Judge John Maurer tossed the case, saying a lower court judge had abused her discretion in finding enough evidence to keep the case going. Associated Press — Major League Soccer is looking at the possibility of resuming the season this summer with all teams playing in Orlando, Florida. A person with knowledge of the plan says the league’s 26 teams and limited staff would likely be sheltered in a resort with games played without fans at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World. Details of the plan are still under consideration. Teams could head to Florida as early as June 1 for training camps.— A person familiar with the decision says the Miami Marlins will temporarily furlough 90 to 100 baseball operations employees beginning June 1 because of the pandemic. The person told The Associated Press that about 40 percent of the baseball operations staff will be affected, with the status of those furloughed to be evaluated monthly. Their health benefits will continue through the end of October.— The PGA Tour has outlined a health plan for its return that includes testing players for the new coronavirus both at home and when they arrive at tournaments. The tour’s chief of operations says they won’t play if it’s not safe for everyone involved, and if testing takes away from resources in the host city. The return to golf will not include spectators or pro-ams. Key personnel will have to answer health questionnaires and have their temperatures taken every day. The tour says if a player tests positive, he will have to withdraw.— Santa Anita has received approval from Los Angeles County health officials to resume live racing Friday. The track stopped live racing on March 27 by order of the county health department because of concern over the spread of the coronavirus. The track raced without spectators for two weeks before it was shut down.— The South Korean women’s golf tour is starting up again. The KLPGA Championship opens Thursday, without fans on the course. Organizers say social distancing will be practiced by players and tournament officials. Women’s golf joins South Korea’s professional baseball and soccer leagues, which have already restarted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. His departure follows the transfers of four other Georgetown men’s basketball players during last season.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-ALABAMA ST-MO WILLIAMSWilliams takes over Alabama State programMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Former NBA point guard Mo Williams is Alabama State’s new head coach.Williams played 14 seasons in the NBA, winning a championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016. He spent the past two seasons as an assistant for California State University at Northridge, under coach Mark Gottfried. Update on the latest sports ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish authorities have arrested a former top-tier soccer player who confessed to killing his 5-year-old son while the boy was being treated in a hospital on suspicion of a COVID-19 infection.The state-run Anadolu Agency reports that 32-year-old Cevher Toktas handed himself over to police and confessed to having smothered his son, Kasim, with a pillow on May 4.The boy’s death was initially not believed to be suspicious, although he tested negative for COVID-19. His body has been exhumed for an autopsy as part of the investigation.HaberTurk television reports that Toktas told police that while he was in hospital isolation with his son, who had a cough and high fever, he smothered the boy and called for help, saying the child had taken a turn for the worse.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSAP Source: NFL extends virtual offseason work through MayUNDATED (AP) — The NFL has updated its Organized Team Activities schedule as the league hopes to begin the upcoming season on time. The school said in April that it hoped to settle the lawsuits.WOMEN’S HOCKEY-FUTUREPro women’s hockey association unveils 5-city regional planUNDATED (AP) — The Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association enters its second season with plans to regionalize its structure by basing players in five hub cities.Groups of 25 players will practice in rinks in New Hampshire, Minnesota, Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. The league says players will have access to dedicated dressing rooms, strength and conditioning facilities as well as support staff and coaches. — IndyCar plans to crown its champion on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. The original opener is being rescheduled for Oct. 25 as the finale. IndyCar was supposed to start its season March 15 on the temporary street course. Teams were already in place to compete before sports shut down 48 hours before the race because of the coronavirus pandemic.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NBA DRAFT DEADLINEDraft deadline pushed backINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA is pushing back its deadline for early entrants to the NBA draft to withdraw and return to school.The deadline had been June 3, 10 days after the completion of the NBA scouting combine. But the combine was postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic. NBA-OBIT-JOHN MCCARTHYFormer Celtics, Canisius guard Johnny McCarthy diesBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Former NBA guard John McCarthy has died at 86.McCarthy was the first player in NBA history to record a triple-double in his first career playoff game, a feat that has been matched just three other times. He played six seasons in the league and closed his career by helping the Boston Celtics win the 1964 championship.McCarthy also helped Canisius earn a pair of NCAA appearances in 1955 and ’56. The PWHPA was established a year ago following the collapse of the six-team Canadian Women’s Hockey League.The league says it will continue its Dream Gap Tour series of barnstorming stops across North America.XFL-LUCK LAWSUITMcMahon fights back in battle with LuckSTAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — Lawyers for XFL owner Vince McMahon have argued in court filings that he was justified in firing league CEO Oliver Luck last month just before the football operation shut down.
Guidance Office News:College visits during lunch:Thursday, November 13- Fort Hays CollegeTuesday, Nov. 18Â – Hesston College Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Wednesday, November 12, 2014:MondayTuesdayâ€¢ Scholarsâ€™ Bowl at WHS 4 p.m.â€¢ Football Awards Banquet 7 p.m.WednesdayThursdayFridayMondayâ€™s lunch: Hamburger/bun, romaine and tomato, sweet potato wedges, mixed fruit, rice crispy bar.Tuesdayâ€™s lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes/gravy, fresh broccoli, peaches.Todayâ€™s News*Classic Movie Club will be showing a movie on Tuesday, November 18 in room 205. The movie is â€œThe outlaw Jose Walesâ€ starring Clint Eastwood.*Students: Remember to bring non-perishable food donations to any of your classroom teachers.Â If, by the end of the dayÂ Thursday, there is enough food in a teacher’s classroom to fill the doorway up to the door handle, then that teacher is “canned”, and they may not teach onÂ Friday. Keep in mind, the purpose of this food drive is to raise food for those in need, so please make sure your donations are of nutritional value.Â Ramen noodles will not be accepted. All proceeds will go the Wellington Food Bank.*STUDENTS: If you are participating in a winter sport and do not have a physical or concussion form on file, you must do so before you will be allowed to practice. You can pick up the forms in the counselor’s office.*There is a sign-up sheet in the office for Special K Basketball. Please sign up by November 25.*Seniors: Please start turning in your needed pictures for the graduation video, along with your top 3 song choices to be in the video. You can turn them into Mrs. Vaughn in room 203, Leah Nelson or Shayna Templeton. Please turn them in ASAP.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The commissioner did say: “It’s the first time we’ve had agreement on term sheets. We’re one step closer, two or three steps closer. Whether it’s 2009, 2010, or 2000-whatever, our goal is to have definitive agreements on all subject matters well before our league meetings in March.” The Los Angeles area, the second-largest television market in the country, has been without an NFL team since the Raiders moved from the Coliseum back to Oakland and the Rams moved from Anaheim to St. Louis before the 1995 season. After announcing plans in the spring of 1999 to put an expansion team in the Coliseum, the NFL was unable to reach an agreement with the Los Angeles backers and instead awarded the 32nd franchise to Houston that October. Houston businessman Bob McNair and his backers offered to pay $700 million for the new franchise and spend another $310 million on a stadium, making it the NFL’s first billion-dollar deal. The Texans began play in 2002. Tagliabue said significant progress has been made in the past year regarding the Coliseum. His statement came following a meeting with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and before a session with Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle. The NFL and city officials have reached a preliminary agreement on terms to bring a team back to the Los Angeles Coliseum. Commissioner Paul Tagliabue made the announcement Thursday on the steps of City Hall. But he didn’t identify a potential tenant or speculate when Los Angeles might get the team. He also spoke positively about a team playing at a facility proposed for the Angel Stadium parking lot in Anaheim and didn’t rule out the Rose Bowl in Pasadena as a possible home field, either. As Tagliabue entered a limousine, he was asked if he could assess the significance of what he had just announced. He replied, “I’d rather not try.” “I think the critical thing now is we’re at the point where it’s recognized, certainly by us, that the time is right,” Tagliabue said. “We have to get agreements finalized. We’ll be pursuing agreements in Anaheim. We’re going to work with both communities for an agreement.” He said there have been no in-depth discussions on whether the region would get an expansion or existing team. Tagliabue said last month that future expansion was unlikely anywhere but Los Angeles. He also said it was important to make sure Southern California, the nation’s top-ranked college team, was comfortable with any agreement, since the Trojans have made the Coliseum their home since 1923. Tagliabue planned on meeting with USC coach Pete Carroll later Thursday. The commissioner met with Gov. Arnold Schwarzennegger late Wednesday. Tentative plans call for the NFL to finance construction of a $500 million stadium inside the Coliseum, home to the Rams from 1946-79 and the Raiders from 1982-94. City Councilman Bernard Parks said after listening to Tagliabue that he believes the Coliseum will eventually get an existing team rather than an expansion team. “The NFL is going to have a say on who’s going to come here. The Coliseum has no role in selecting a team,” Parks said. Asked when it might happen, Parks replied: “I don’t know. Nobody’s signed anything. They’ve got to say they’re coming.” That being said, Parks expressed optimism. “In my judgment, I don’t believe these business people waste their time and money,” he said. “They’ve spent a lot of time and money.” While Tagliabue didn’t rule out the Rose Bowl, the Pasadena City Council voted 5-2 with one abstention last June to pursue a plan for the stadium that doesn’t involve the NFL. Carson dropped out of contention in May when city officials decided to build a mall on its proposed site. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!