Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 63-year-old man Shirley man was killed in a car crash in Brentwood on Tuesday evening.Suffolk County police said Ronald Viscusi was driving a Lincoln southbound on Islip Avenue when he rear-ended a Honda that was backing out of a driveway near the corner of West Willow Street at 8:30 p.m.Viscusi’s vehicle then crashed into a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene.The other driver, 26-year-old Emperatriz Ortiz of Amityville, was taken to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore, where she was treated and released.Third Squad detectives impounded the vehicles, are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information about the crash to call them at 631-854-8352 or call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
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Three Offshore Wind Projects Secure Contracts for Difference as Strike Prices Go DownThe UK government has awarded three offshore wind projects with Contracts for Difference (CfD) in the second round of auctions with strike prices going as low as GBP 57.50/MWh for projects scheduled for commissioning in 2022/23.North Sea Wind Power Hub Consortium Adds Gas and Storage to the MixDutch energy infrastructure company Gasunie has joined the consortium of TenneT Netherlands, TenneT Germany and Denmark’s Energinet formed to develop the North Sea Wind Power Hub.Triton Knoll Developers Set Out Project Timeline, Call For More CfD AuctionsStatkraft and innogy, the developers of the 860MW Triton Knoll wind farm off Lincolnshire, England, plan to take the Final Investment Decision (FID) on the project by mid-2018.Offshore Wind Demonstrates Unprecedented Cost CutsAfter the UK government awarded three offshore wind projects with Contracts for Difference (CfDs), RenewableUK and Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult commented on the news, highlighting the major decline in the cost of offshore wind.Double Slip Joint Developers Eye Borssele V TenderA Dutch consortium led by KCI has trialed and tested a Double Slip Joint concept, a new method of connecting a wind turbine monopile to a transition piece, on a 1/5 scale prototype model.
Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “Sarri went to Cannes and went to Ronaldo’s yacht on the sea and they had a very good chat. “Also, the Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici was there, but at some point Ronaldo wanted to stay face-to-face with Sarri and they discussed about football. “They talked about Sarri’s ideas on football, the way Juventus are going to play. And also Sarri wanted to know which position Ronaldo wanted to play. “Ronaldo was very open, he said he’s only interested in winning trophies, he said ‘it’s important we make things happen, and Juventus win trophies, and for me it’s not so important to play on the left side, right side, or centre – it depends what your ideas are’ “But he also said, ‘I mainly started from left, so he made it clear he would prefer to keep starting from the left’. “He was very open and available to discuss ideas and exchange ideas with Sarri and Sarri was very happy about the meeting. Read AlsoRonaldo escapes red card for horror tackle in Sassuolo thriller “So it was a long chat on Ronaldo’s yacht and now they got to know each other and Sarri and Ronaldo seem to be both happy about that.” Promoted Content10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptBoys Deserve More Than Action-Hero Role Models Cristiano Ronaldo and partner Georgina Rodriguez have shown off a huge yacht as the Juventus star takes a short break amid the season-end. Juve are on the verge of another Serie A title but Ronaldo is ensuring he stays relaxed as the pressure ramps up. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star posted a series of photos on Instagram alongside Rodriguez. Ronaldo also had a little break a couple of weeks ago, when he was pictured frolicking in the Meditteranean with Georgina and some pals. Ronaldo reportedly met Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri on his yacht ahead of the start of this season. Italian journalist Aurelio Capaldi said last summer: “Sarri wanted to meet Ronaldo, so he made the club arrange a meeting. Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo atop his luxurious yatch with girlfriend RodriguezAdvertisement
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Press Association But realistically – with City having a two-point advantage – that was always a long shot and there was never any hint that the nerve-jangling final-day drama of their title win two years ago would be repeated. It was raining heavily at kick-off but the atmosphere was raucous and City approached the game with the confidence of a side that were comfortable and in control of their destiny. City’s top scorer Sergio Aguero was back in their side after injury but not at his sharpest, although on this occasion his brilliance was not needed. West Ham did play more positively than the previous visitors to Eastlands, Aston Villa in midweek, but the occasions they threatened were still few and far between. The hosts appealed unsuccessfully for a penalty early on after Mark Noble deflected a Pablo Zabaleta cross onto his hand. Their first real chance came after David Silva and Aguero combined well on the edge of the box. Yaya Toure’s initial effort was blocked before Silva volleyed over from a Zabaleta cross. Zabaleta then wanted a penalty after going down under a challenge from Mohamed Diame before Aguero showed some nimble footwork to spark an attack from inside his own half. The ball was worked across the field and Aguero tried to finish from distance but slipped as he shot and Adrian saved comfortably. Nasri then had a good cross turned behind and Toure curled a shot narrowly wide as news filtered through that Liverpool had fallen behind in their game against Newcastle. City maintained the pressure, with Aleksandar Kolarov forcing Adrian to tip over a powerful drive from distance. Nasri finally broke through six minutes before the interval as he took aim from 20 yards and struck a powerful low shot which went in off the post after a possible touch from Adrian. City fans then increased the volume significantly and Aguero glanced a header wide before Silva saw an effort deflected onto the bar off Carroll. City truly got the party started four minutes into the second half when Kompany stabbed home from six yards after Edin Dzeko won the ball from a corner. The City captain celebrated with unconfined joy. West Ham did make a rare charge to the City end but Matt Taylor’s mistimed shot bounced wide. Aguero had two opportunities to extend City’s lead but headed wide at the near post and then failed to connect in front of an open goal from a Zabaleta cross. Aguero appeared to pick up another knock in the closing moments and he showed his frustration by bundling over Noble off the ball. That sparked an unecessary scuffle between several players of both sides and Aguero was eventually booked, but it could not dampen City’s celebrations. They knew the job was completed and the hosts duly played out the closing minutes with little alarm to prompt a pitch invasion and jubilant scenes. Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany scored the goals as Manchester City reclaimed the Barclays
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday shared his childhood dream of becoming a painter and his plans after quitting cricket, fuelling fresh speculations about his retirement.Displaying few of his paintings amid the chatter around a possible retirement after the upcoming ICC World Cup, Dhoni said in a video, “I wanted to share a secret with all of you. Right from childhood I always wanted to become an artist, I have played a lot of cricket so I decided it’s time for me now to take up what I wanted so I have made a few paintings.”The 37-year-old Dhoni, a two-time World Cup-winning captain, is set to travel to the United Kingdom with the Indian team for the showpiece, which could be the last of his illustrious career.The first painting was a landscape drawing, the second one was of what he described as ‘something which can become a mode of transport in future’.Calling the third one his favourite, Dhoni said it was a replica of him while batting in Indian Premier League franchise Chennai Super Kings’ jersey.Dhoni also said that he will soon hold an exhibition of his paintings and asked for suggestions and advice from his fans in this regard.He shared his favourite painting, which according to him, is his self-portrait holding the cricket bat in the air.Dhoni, who had retired from Test cricket in 2014, has amassed 10,500 ODI runs from 341 games, averaging 50.72 with 10 centuries and 71 fifties.India will enter the World Cup as one of the favourites alongside hosts England and Australia. The Virat Kohli-led side start its campaign against South Africa on June 5 at The Rose Bowl in Southampton.
Graphic by Jenny Chung | Daily TrojanDuring her first week at USC, Ana Lucia Rivera would introduce herself to people as just “Ana.” As a freshman international student from Honduras, she didn’t want people to deal with two names.But Rivera, an international relations major, came to realize that her name wasn’t just “Ana,” and she didn’t need to sacrifice her identity just because she was in America.“Every time I meet someone [now], I’m like, ‘My name is Ana Lucia,’” Rivera said.In many ways, Rivera’s anecdote epitomizes the experience of an international student at any university in the country. It is the struggle to adapt to a new country, a new culture. It is the dilemma of whether to change your identity. It is the challenge to fit in while speaking a second language and moving away from home for the first time.But it is especially true at USC, which enrolls among the most international students of any university in the country. This academic year, the University brought in its most diverse freshman class in history, with international students now comprising nearly a quarter of the student body. Sixteen percent of the incoming freshman class came from 50 different countries, a figure that rose 2 percent from the 2016 freshman unit. Prior to 2014, USC had been the most popular option for international students for 13 consecutive years, according to the Los Angeles Times.At a school of 44,000, it’s easy for international students to get lost in the shuffle. And oftentimes, they are. USC has championed a culture of diversity, the various international flags hanging at the Von KleinSmid Center serving as a symbol of welcome. But at the personal level, it’s difficult to grasp how each international student will adapt to a campus, country and culture they may not have experienced before.A different worldThere is one similarity every international student shares upon entering the United States: culture shock.A common trigger is the food. Rivera, who grew up in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, was accustomed to eating a heavy diet of beans, especially baleada, a classic Honduran dish. “I’m a freshman so I have to eat from the dining hall,” Rivera said. “It’s just eggs, bacon — the same thing.”Another is football knowledge, or lack thereof. At a school where every Saturday of fall semester is centered around football games, many international students enter USC not knowing that football isn’t “soccer.” Xiaoyue Zhang, a senior from Shanghai double majoring in business administration and accounting, was one of them.“At USC, people are really eager to talk about sports or football and stuff, and I had no clue what they were talking about the first few years,” Zhang said. “I think that’s common.”Felix Tam, a junior majoring in international relations and the global economy who grew up in Hong Kong, said he has a professor in his business law class who frequently brings up football during class, and it makes him feel out of place.“He’s gone to every football game since he was a freshman,” Tam said. “Every time he talks about football so enthusiastically and the class echoes with him, I don’t feel like I’m a part of it.”There are minor things, too, like greetings. In Honduras, Rivera was accustomed to saying “Good morning,” or “How are you doing?” to people all the time, whether she knew them or not.“Here, people don’t really do that,” Rivera said. “When I go into any place, I’ve been inclined to do it, and some people won’t answer back. Some people will look at me like I’m weird.”But ultimately, Tam has come to accept the cultural discrepancies, comparing it to a semester-long study abroad program, except for four years.“I just kind of embraced the cultural shock,” Tam said. “It’s just something that every international student is going to experience. It’s tough for international students to integrate into the culture, but that’s one part that is inevitable. It’s also the reason why we came here.”Language barrierRivera went to an American school in Honduras, one that taught classes in English. Having spoken the language her entire life, she felt confident with it coming into USC. But she only used English in academic settings, switching to Spanish whenever she talked to friends.“I know what I want to say, but I know I can say it a lot better or faster in Spanish,” Rivera said. “So that’s been a huge difference, learning to just think in English and how to say things in English. I was very confident in my English skills before coming here, but I’ve become more self-conscious about what I’m saying and how I’m saying it.”Conversational English takes some getting used to for international students. Tam, for instance, didn’t know what the phrase “I’m good” meant when he first arrived in the country. His resident assistant, sensing more questions, referred him to Urban
Katz, a freshman from Los Angeles, and Boren, a senior who hails from Laguna Niguel, Calif., but played at Tennessee before transferring to USC this season, were seeded second in the tournament.The duo, ranked No. 19 in the ITA preseason doubles poll, enjoyed a first-round bye before defeating teams from Hawai’i, UC Santa Barbara and Pepperdine with ease to land a spot in the semifinals. There, they were set to face off against their teammates, juniors Giuliana Olmos and Zoë Scandalis, who were forced to withdraw due to injury, earning Katz and Boren a spot in the finals.In the championship match, Katz and Boren faced off against UCLA’s fourth-seeded Jennifer Brady and Catherine Harrison, who have been dominant this season. The Bruin pair most recently defeated Scandalis and Olmos in the ITA All-American Championship finals.Brady and Anderson proved too powerful for the Women of Troy, defeating Katz and Boren 8-2 and handing them only their second loss in 10 matches together.USC’s No. 1 doubles team of senior Kaitlyn Christian and junior Sabrina Santamaria saw their first action of the season in the tournament this weekend. The defending NCAA champions reached the semifinals of the tournament before falling to Brady and Harrison, 8-1. Though the score was one-sided, Santamaria was not at full strength, as she withdrew from her singles match the day before due to an injury.Santamaria’s injury rendered her unable to match her achievement in last year’s regional tournament, where she reached the finals as the second seed.On the rest of the singles side, Boren once again led the Women of Troy. She finished as the tournament’s runner-up, ultimately falling to UCLA’s Chanelle Van Nguyen, 6-1, 6-0, in the finals. Meanwhile, Katz defeated teammate Scandalis in the Round of 16 to advance to the quarterfinals, where she was defeated by UCLA’s Brady, 6-1, 6-1.Sophomore Ellie Yates fell in a hard-fought match in the third round. Christian also bowed out in the third round, while Paige Keating, a sophomore who recently transferred from Ole Miss, was defeated in the second round.The tournament demonstrated the depth of USC’s women’s tennis team and proved that USC and UCLA will be the biggest contenders in the Southwest this spring season.Next up for the Women of Troy is the ITF Florence Open in Florence, S.C. USC’s women’s tennis team has achieved success across the board this fall. In each tournament, different players have stepped up, and this week was no different. In this week’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association Southwest Regional Championships, held in San Diego, Calif., newcomers Zoë Katz and Brynn Boren set the bar for the team, reaching the finals of the tournament.Rough start · The doubles tandem of senior Kaitlyn Christian (above) and junior Sabrina Santamaria lost to UCLA on Monday in the semifinals. – Ralf Cheung | Daily Trojan Follow Aubrey on Twitter @aubreykragen
Published on December 21, 2015 at 10:05 pm Contact Connor: firstname.lastname@example.org | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+ With the game already in hand, Cornelia Fondren pressed up against Jacksonville forward Briona Brown as she dribbled the ball past half court.Fondren extended her arms out wide to play defense as Brown froze. She tried passing to her right, but Fondren’s left hand nicked the ball away and set off a foot race. The Syracuse guard swooped up the ball off the ground to notch her fifth steal of the game and was fouled before reaching the basket.She sank both free throws to extend the Orange’s lead to 65-44 with under two minutes to play, and recorded the last of SU’s 15 steals against the Dolphins.Syracuse (7-3) beat Jacksonville (6-6), 65-49, and reestablished its aggressive defensive style to generate more offense on Monday night in the Carrier Dome. The Orange was hamstrung in its last game, scoring a season-low 54 points against Arizona State and recording just six points off fast breaks.Because of plays like Fondren’s near the end of the game, SU caused 26 turnovers and scored 14 of its points on fast breaks. Fondren led the Orange in steals, but Brittney Sykes, Briana Day and Julia Chandler all recorded multiple takeaways.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGoing into Monday’s game, SU led the Atlantic Coast Conference with an average of 13 steals per game through nine contests this season.But Syracuse leaned on the long ball to initially build up a cushion on the scoreboard. All five of SU’s shots from behind the arc swished through the net in the first quarter, including all three of Brianna Butler’s tries.The Orange’s perimeter-heavy offense only netted six 3s against the Sun Devils nine days prior.Senior guard Maggie Morrison kept SU’s hot streak going by sinking an open 3 to start the second quarter and draw out her team’s lead to 24-11. It kicked off a 7-0 Syracuse run that kept the Dolphins from scoring for nearly seven minutes leaking back to the first quarter.The Orange entered halftime with a 16-point lead, and scored its first basket of the second half when Briana Day weaved between Kimberly Dawkins and Christin Mercer en route to an and-one layup.Sykes shouldered much of Syracuse’s offense and defensive load in the second half, and finished the night with 10 points and 11 rebounds to record her first double-double of the year.On an inbound play midway through the third quarter, Sykes caught her defender off guard and stood flat-footed before leaping high up to tap in Alex Peterson’s lob pass toward the 5-foot-9 guard.They ran the same play again in the fourth quarter, but Brandi Buie fouled Sykes on her way up so she wasn’t able to cleanly grab the ball. Sykes sank 1-of-2 free throws before driving to the basket on SU’s ensuing possession to stretch the lead out to 20.Sykes and the Orange never relented, leading the entirety of the 40-minute contest and burying the “funeral” mood felt by head coach Quentin Hillsman after his team’s worst loss of the season against Arizona State. Comments