Minister: India to save up to $1.4 billion on renegotiated Gazprom LNG deal

first_imgFor illustration purposes only; Dahej LNG terminal (Image courtesy of Petronet LNG)India could save up to 95 billion rupees ($1.39 billion) as part of the renegotiated long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply deal with Russian gas giant, according to India’s minister of petroleum and natural gas, Dharmendra Pradhan.The initial 20-year LNG deal that was signed in 2012 between Gazprom and state-owned GAIL was revised at the start of this year.GAIL and Gazprom “successfully re-negotiated the long-term LNG sale and purchase agreement reflecting the current global gas market dynamics,” Pradhan said on Wednesday in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament of India.“The renegotiated price, compared to earlier contract price, will result in saving of approximately Rs. 8500 Crore (crude oil at US$ 50 per barrel) or Rs. 9000 Crore (crude oil at US$ 60 per barrel) or Rs. 9500 Crore (crude oil at US$ 70 per barrel) for the years 2018 to 2040,” Pradhan said.The minister added that that the LNG price was negotiated depending on many factors like project location, duration of contract and pricing formula.To remind, Gazprom’s trading arm, Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore, delivered its first LNG cargo under the long-term contract to GAIL on June 4.The cargo was delivered onboard the LNG Kano carrier to Petronet LNG’s Dahej terminal in Gujarat. LNG World News Stafflast_img read more

Man United to open talks for Atletico Madrid star

first_img The midfielder has a long-term contract at Atleti until 2026 with a release clause of €150m (£136m), but the Red Devils are said to believe that this value is disproportionately high. With Paul Pogba likely to leave Old Trafford in the near future amid supposed interest from Real Madrid, United are looking to bolster their midfield options.A report in El Mundo Deportivo last month highlighted how the Spain international is represented by the Stellar Group, led by Jonathan Barnett, and which is very familiar with the English transfer market.The 25-year-old is said to be a long-term target in particular for United and his abilities are said to make him a prime transfer target for the club.Read Also: Ronaldo could rejoin Man Utd amid Juventus financial uncertaintyDiego Simeone wants to keep Saul at the Wanda Metropolitano, with the Argentine trying to maintain his first-team squad after a series of long-term players leaving the club this summer.Diego Godin, Antoine Griezmann, Filipe Luis, Rodri and Gabi Hernandez are all players who have exited the club in the past year.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAPWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Here’s What Everyday Objects Look Like If Cut In HalfEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesMeet The World’s Most Striking Animals HereA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? Manchester United are prepared to offer Atletico de Madrid €80m (£70m) to land midfielder Saul Niguez, according to Diario AS.Advertisementlast_img read more

Everton ‘in talks’ with Mike Tyson’s cannabis company

first_imgRelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal EPL: Calvert-Lewin treble fires Everton past West Brom EPL: Everton set to compound West Brom woes Everton is in talks with Mike Tyson’s cannabis company Swissx over a sponsorship deal, according to its CEO.If the talks come off it, would be the first deal between a Premier League club and a cannabis company. Barcelona denied they were in talks with the company, one of the leaders in the CBD world, over naming a stadium naming rights deal.But now they are said to be discussing a shirt sponsorship deal with Everton.“I’m not walking away from Barca, I’m keeping the door wide open,” CEO Alki David told“But we are now engaged with Everton to take over their shirt. The front of their shirt.“They contacted me and have already offered designs with the whole Swissx logo in blue, which I’m not crazy about, but it will look nice. “When I first came to England, everybody was supporting Man United and Liverpool, and everybody was red.“Being contrary, I liked blue and I liked the logo so randomly I selected Everton to support. So it’s sort of a mystical come around.”Everton’s current shirt sponsor SportPesa agreed to terminate their deal in February.A club statement at the time read: “This has been a difficult decision but one that allows us to best deliver on our commercial plan and to grasp the new opportunities now open to us.“The club would like to thank SportPesa for all of the work that has been done together. Our partnership has seen our first team visit Africa on two occasions, as well as former players and club staff take part in numerous activations in the region. “This has allowed us to grow our own footprint in Africa and further strengthen our special relationship with the continent.”Everton chief executive Denise Barrett-Baxendale also admitted the club would not be sponsored by a betting company in an “ideal world”.Tags: -Aliki DavidEvertonmike tysonSwissxlast_img read more

Allardyce silent over contract

first_img Co-owner David Gold released a statement on Sunday saying contract talks with Allardyce will not open until top-flight safety has been assured, with West Ham currently seven points clear of the relegation zone. And, when asked about his contract talks on Monday, Allardyce said: “I know my relationship with David Sullivan and David Gold well and the conversations that we have remain confidential. I’m more than happy to do the job that I’m doing right now and speculation regarding my contract situation has nothing to do with anybody else but the owners.” Sam Allardyce is not willing to entertain speculation surrounding his future as West Ham manager, and will keep talks between himself and the club’s owners private. Press Associationcenter_img Allardyce has been in charge at Upton Park since last summer and guided the Hammers back into the Barclays Premier League at the first time of asking. Gold’s statement on Sunday read: “As David Sullivan and I have always maintained, we will sit down and discuss Sam’s contract situation once our Premier League status has been confirmed and not before. “This is purely because the three of us don’t want anything to distract attention from our aim of finishing as high up the Premier League table as possible.” last_img read more

Penalty save sees Liberia throughin World Cup qualifier

first_imgBy `Mark GleesonJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Liberia needed a last-gasp penalty save, Ethiopia an own goal, Tanzania shoot-out penalties and Equatorial Guinea a late strike to all win their World Cup first round ties on Sunday and advance to the group phase of the qualifiers for Qatar 2022.The quartet are the first nations through from the opening knockout round, which pits the 28 bottom-ranked countries on the continent in two-legged knockout ties.A last-gasp penalty save by teenage goalkeeper Ashley Williams ensured Liberia, coached by Englishman Peter Butler, advanced 3-2 on aggregate over neighbours Sierra Leone, despite losing 1-0 in Freetown.Sierra Leone reduced the aggregate deficit through Kei Kamara after 55 minutes of Sunday’s second leg and would have won the tie on the away goal rule if they had scored the penalty in stoppage time at the end of the match.But captain Umaru Bangura’s kick was easily stopped by 18-year-old Williams to ensure Liberia’s progress.Ethiopia drew 1-1 away against Lesotho in Maseru where home captain Nkau Lerotholi’s own goal early in the second half provided the visitors with the vital away goal in a 1-1 aggregate draw.Tanzania made heavy weather of their tie against Burundi after drawing 1-1 away in the first leg last Wednesday.They were ahead in Sunday’s return leg in Dar-es-Salaam through Belgian-based Mbwana Samatta but gave up an equaliser to Fiston Abdul Razak on the stroke of halftime.The match then went into extra time before Burundi missed all their kicks in the post-match penalty shootout, which Tanzania won 3-0.Equatorial Guinea captain Emilio Nsue, formerly of Middlesbrough and Birmingham City, scored the 72nd minute winner in his side’s 1-0 win at home to South Sudan in Malabo.The 2-1 aggregate victory proved a lot tougher than expected for Equatorial Guinea, who had beaten the same team 4-0 when they last hosted them three years ago.The remaining 10 first round qualifying ties will be settled today. The winners advance to the group phase where 40 countries will be divided into 10 groups.last_img

Badgers can’t convert offense against Vandy

first_imgRiding a four-game unbeaten streak to start the 2013 season, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team had big expectations when it took to the field for its first regular home match Friday evening at the McClimon Complex. But after holding a brief 3-2 lead at the start of the second half, defensive breakdowns spelled doom for the Badgers as they fell 4-3 before 726 fans at the fifth annual PAC the MAC.Following the game, Wisconsin head coach Paula Wilkins was fairly blunt when discussing where the Badgers (3-1-1) went wrong in their first loss of the season.“I honestly think our defending in the back and especially on transition – I don’t think we did very well,” Wilkins said. “But what we talked about is also a lot of that transition stuff comes from team defending, getting initial pressure on the ball, not letting people turn in the midfield, so a group effort, a team effort of defending.“And that’s something we talked about coming away from this game – we have to make a conscious effort to as a group decide to do that because we haven’t gotten a shutout yet and we would pride ourselves on that. We have the offensive power to do that. Now we need to close up the defending stuff.”Not surprisingly, the weaknesses in the Wisconsin back line that were problematic throughout most of the game also proved costly on what ended up being the game-winning goal in the 66th minute for Vanderbilt (2-2-1).“I think that our back line was just too staggered, not cohesive and it [the ball] just went over me and the girl just took off,” Wisconsin center back Alexandra Heller said of the sequence that led to the game-winner by the Commodores Cheyna Williams, her second of the match.After receiving a long through pass from middle third, Williams separated from the Badger defense and beat Wisconsin goalkeeper Meghan Ledin to the upper 90. Ledin had only entered the game a minute and 17 seconds earlier – the freshman’s first game action of the season – when starting goalkeeper Genevieve Richard was injured following a corner kick.Up until that point, Wisconsin was controlling much of the momentum during the early parts of the second half, and had fought back to tie the game at two goals apiece before the game went to halftime on a nifty goal by sophomore Kinley McNicoll.“I knocked the ball out wide and it got chipped over to me and then I took a player on. I was kind of the far side of the 18 and then the goalie was kind of not really paying attention so I just pinged it and it ended up just beating her to her left,” McNicoll said of her unassisted goal, which came in the 42 minute of the second half.Coming out strong in the second half, Wisconsin notched the go-ahead goal after Rose Lavelle’s initial shot deflected in the six yard box to Badger Marisa Kresge, who put the rebound over Commodore goalkeeper Olivia Liebman’s head from the 18.But the Wisconsin lead and the momentum didn’t last for long, as the Commodores netted the equalizer 14 minutes later in the 64th minute, just two minutes prior to the game-winner. This time the Commodores’ Simone Charley capitalizing on a Wisconsin turnover, and on another of the several breakaways Vanderbilt had during the game, sped by the Wisconsin defense and finessed the ball past Richard to the far right post.Despite finding itself down over the final 34 minutes, Wilkins still thought Wisconsin had a fair amount of chances to knot the score again, but unlike before the Badgers couldn’t take advantage of the plethora of opportunities.“I think we rushed some stuff. Where we had some calmness before in it, I thought because being a goal down we got a little rushed and took some shots that maybe weren’t necessarily warranted,” Wilkins said of the Badgers shots in the late going, totaling 28 over the course of the game to Vanderbilt’s 10. “We could have taken another little pass to get a seam in there – just being dynamic. I think you have to be special in the box and I don’t know if people were willing to put the effort in.”Wisconsin provided more than enough offense that should have won the game, according to Wilkins, but Vanderbilt’s speed on the attack was too much to handle, ultimately overwhelming the Badgers in their first loss of the season.“I think moving forward, we’re keeping our heads up high and think just that was a lesson that we learned today. We’re not going to let teams come into our house and put us away, so from here on out it’s only going to go forward,” McNicoll said.last_img read more

Sonya Treshcheva looks to play more consistently after month-long ankle injury

first_img Published on March 26, 2019 at 1:05 am Contact Eric: Facebook Twitter Google+ Sonya Treshcheva wore just one shoe on court three of Drumlins Country Club. It was nearing the end of Sunday’s comeback win against Florida State, and all of Treshcheva’s teammates were cheering for Sofya Golubovskaya, who was a point away from clinching the match.But in between cheers, some looked down at Treshcheva’s exposed foot. The freshman rolled her ankle in February, and Miranda Ramirez and Gabriela Knutson started to laugh. Trescheva soon joined. She headed off the court, reached into her bag and slipped her left shoe back on.Trescheva’s left ankle has anchored her for over a month, and when she returned, it was only in doubles. The freshman was immediately inserted into the Syracuse’s lineup to start this season after a recommendation from her childhood best friend, Golubovskaya. Now, her ankle is finally healthy. Sunday marked her first singles match since Feb. 3 and while she lost —  6-4, 6-1 — her return brings hope of reestablishing the backend of Syracuse’s lineup on both singles and doubles.“I feel I’m great now,” Trescheva said. “So much easier compared to the first semester.”In her first match singles match since a 6-3, 6-2 win at Boston College, Treshcheva started off slow playing Ariana Rahmanparast. Sporting a left ankle brace, Treshcheva went down a break. But holding serve at game point, Treshcheva hit a tough shot to the corner that Rahmanparast returned out. Guzal Yusupova, watching from the bench area, shouted, “Nice Sonya!”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter going up 40-0 in the next game, Treshcheva fired a forehand winner down the sideline to go back on serve at 4-3. After getting broken again, a series of lobs ended with a Treshcheva forehand shot to the corner to bring it to 5-4. She pumped her fist and head coach Younes Limam high-fived her.But that was the only high point of her match, and Rahmanparast dominated the rest of the match. Limam believed it was a step in the right direction for her progress.“First that was very competitive,” Limam said of Treshcheva’s match. “It’s not easy … You stop for a while and it’s hard to get back in that rhythm.”Amy Nakamura | Senior Design EditorTreshcheva said prior to Sunday that her ankle has felt “so much better” and she can now play like “normal.” She was eager to play again, so she consulted Golubovskaya, who gave her encouragement. Golubovskaya told her to come back when she was fully ready, as Treshcheva tried to push herself to recover as fast as possible.“She’s growing as a person,” Knutson said on Feb. 17. “It’s much harder to be on the team and watch everybody else play … at that point you make a choice whether to be a good supporter or just give up. And she’s taken the high road, and really been a great supporter of the team.”Playing both doubles and singles consistently is the goal for Treshcheva, though she understands she cannot control the decision, only Limam can. Trescheva is now 3-3 in singles, and when paired with her childhood doubles partner Golubovskaya, she’s 4-2 with four unfinished matches.Syracuse is 3-1 when the pairing that started the spring ranked No. 24 in the nation wins in doubles. With doubles play hurting Syracuse’s team outcomes throughout the season, having Trescheva and Golubovskaya back together could fix their struggles, Limam said.“I was super excited to play with her again, because I miss her a lot on the court,” Golubovskaya said. “It was so much fun playing again with her. I think she’s crossing a lot on the net and she’s helping me with that. We just, like, work like that.”After Treshcheva’s loss Saturday, she ate a banana before disappearing from the court for a minute. “Good try,” a spectator said, offering her encouragement as she passed. Treshcheva received a fist bump from Masha Tritou, and went back to watching her teammates’ matches, the same thing she’d done for the last month. Commentslast_img read more

Constantin Medien gives its marketing business the Magic touch

first_img Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Submit Share Constantin Medien AG has showcased its extensive betting, poker, casino and lottery expertise by launching Magic Sports Media GmbH.Magic Sports Media, which has been created for companies in the gaming and gambling sector, in addition to media companies, sports associations, leagues and clubs, provides a service that includes ad sales and consulting, as well as advice on regulation and policy.Magic Sports Media clients can rely on Constantin Medien’s Group expertise in advertising, from content production to industry specific solutions, right through to accessing international markets.These clients can also profit from advice for market entry and business models, while Magic Sports Media will also offer support for all issues around lobbying and regulation, along with the opportunity to network with opinion leaders and legislative representatives.Constantin Medien AG has transferred its existing gaming and gambling clients to the new company, which was previously handled by the entertainment division of Sport1 Media GmbH.The business will be headed by Dr Andreas Blaue, while Stephan Katzmann will assume the role of Commercial Managing Director. Both take over the management in addition to their existing functions within the Constantin Medien Group.Dr Matthias Kirschenhofer, Constantin Medien’s Chief Officer of Legal and Finance, said: “Constantin Medien’s sports companies have worked closely with clients from the gaming and gambling industry for over 15 years. This experience now makes us one of the leading players and experts in the German market and has given us a broad and international network.“Because of the complicated regulatory situation, and the way the market is increasingly opening up in this sector, there is a great demand for relevant expertise and services, which we want to offer via Magic Sports Media to all those interested. We are expecting this move to boost our business in the Segment Sports and provide true added value for our partners.”last_img read more

ACU’s 13th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to Support Our Military

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by America’s Credit UnionAmerica’s Credit Union (ACU) is pleased to announce its 13th Annual Charity Golf Tournament in support of the troops, also known as the Turkey Shoot, which will be held at Eagles Pride Golf Course on November 8th, 2013 with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.Over 4,000 Soldiers and Airmen are returning from Afghanistan throughout this summer and fall. ACU is raising money for a much anticipated and challenging holiday season. With a perfect storm brewing between the sequestration, cut backs, and the struggling economy we at ACU and the community have an opportunity to support our troops on the most basic of levels; through the Food Basket Program on JBLM, The Madigan Foundation, and Santa’s Castle.Twelve years ago, ACU started the Turkey Shoot to raise additional funds for struggling families on JBLM. With the help of community partners, ACU has raised over $222,000 in donations over the last 12 years.“We are very pleased with how this event has been able to positively impact the lives of military families,” said Ken Leonard, ACU President/CEO. “It’s a great venue for community partners to contribute to the JBLM community.”We are looking for sponsors and golfers to become involved. There are multiple advertising & sponsorship opportunities, and teams are welcome. Contact Amy Tiemeyer at 253.912.3214 or to get involved.We are raising funds for:The Food Basket Program: The objective of this program is to serve lower enlisted families struggling to make ends meet. This program is run through Army Community Service (ACS) and is an Army wide program designed specifically to assist military personnel, retirees and their families in coping with a variety of topics from relocation to survivor outreach assistance. Some ACS services are available to civilian employees and their family members. ACS provides information, assistance, and guidance to members of the JBLM community in coping with personal and family problems beyond the scope of their own resources.Santa’s Castle: Since 1994, Santa’s Castle has provided Christmas to the children of Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine, activated National Guard, and Reserve families (E-5 and below) experiencing financial difficulty throughout the Northwest. Last year, Santa’s Castle provided gifts to approximately 2,000 children from nearly 800 families.The Madigan Foundation: Since 1995, the Madigan Foundation, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, has supported military families, active and retired, and Madigan Army Medical Center, through programs designed to improve and enhance the quality of care and quality of life of patients, their families, and their health care providers.America’s Credit Union (ACU)providing financial services to thousands of military personnel and their families for over 59 years, the headquarters are located on Joint Base Lewis McChord. For more information about ACU visit read more

2015 Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ Fun Triathlon Sprint Distance Age Group Results

first_img                                     Women 18-29 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:25:23 1082   Women 18-29        Amanda ROBB                                   2     1:26:16 1204   Women 18-29        Rebecca LONG                                   3     1:27:00 1094   Women 18-29  Samantta VILLANUEVA                            4     1:28:46 1101   Women 18-29        Jennifer CHUNG                                 5     1:33:18 1213   Women 18-29        Laura HOWLETT                                 6     1:34:51 1057   Women 18-29        Keri LEWIS                                     7     1:36:26 1052   Women 18-29        Diane JMAEFF                                   8     1:42:03 1054   Women 18-29   Meagan ZUNTI-READ                              9     1:42:32 1135   Women 18-29    Kristen SPEARMAN                               10     1:42:50 1058   Women 18-29   Samantha HANLEY                               11     1:43:57 1099   Women 18-29        Sarah NEUFELD                               12     1:45:15 1072   Women 18-29   Shannon HARTSON                             13     2:03:16 1165   Women 18-29        Danica LEE                                                                                        Women 30-39 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                    1     1:19:27 1111   Women 30-39        Sarah BERRETT                               2     1:26:47 1105   Women 30-39        Erica KOCH                                      3     1:29:40 1215   Women 30-39        Jill AUBIE-VINES                                4     1:30:36 1162   Women 30-39        Kristy SHIELDS                                5     1:31:02 1088   Women 30-39        Kata POLANO                                     6     1:32:12 1198   Women 30-39        Vero LALUMIERE                                7     1:46:11 1100   Women 30-39        Raegan ETUE                                     8     1:46:19 1071   Women 30-39  Marissa CARRASCO                               9     1:55:40 1168   Women 30-39        Melanie FLYNN                                  10     1:57:29 1091   Women 30-39   Natasha STEVENSON                           11     1:58:29 1130   Women 30-39        Kelley RELKOFF                               12     2:08:25 1084   Women 30-39  Lyudmyla VORONINA                             13     2:18:54 1137   Women 30-39        Kelsey HARPER                                                                                   Women 40-49 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                    1     1:27:17 1180   Women 40-49        Cherie COOPER                                 2     1:27:29 1216   Women 40-49        Lynda DECHIEF                                  3     1:29:26 1132   Women 40-49        Daiva VILLA                                    4     1:31:54 1085   Women 40-49        Sarah GOWER                                   5     1:33:03 1209   Women 40-49        Alison BROWN                                   6     1:36:54 1214   Women 40-49  Angie MCTAGUE                                   7     1:41:59 1117   Women 40-49        Allison BUTLER                                8     1:43:18 1107   Women 40-49  Yvonne WERKMANN                               9     1:43:38 1064   Women 40-49        Heather FISCHER                             10     1:45:26 1068   Women 40-49  Christine MACLEAN                              11     1:57:19 1055   Women 40-49   H. CHOPKO BUTLER                         12     2:08:22 1073   Women 40-49        Yvonne PHILLIPS                             13     2:10:11 1060   Women 40-49        Lisa RAPLEY                                    14     2:10:11 1063   Women 40-49        Sylvia MARION                                                                                      Women 50-59 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                   1     1:22:26 1129   Women 50-59        Danita SCHREIBER                            2     1:22:28 1056   Women 50-59   Kim JOLLYMORE                                   3     1:25:23 1217   Women 50-59        Louise POOLE                                    4     1:29:11 1164   Women 50-59        Shelly HUME                                     5     1:33:19 1115   Women 50-59       Dale FROMBERG                                 6     1:37:40 1095   Women 50-59        Miriam SKELTON                               7     1:40:33 1086   Women 50-59        Linda TYNAN                                     8     1:41:10 1109   Women 50-59        Cheryl MUELLER                                9     1:44:56 1133   Women 50-59        Cyndi LYLE                                     10     1:46:09 1078   Women 50-59        Sylvie MASSE                                   11     1:55:09 1206   Women 50-59        Marlene TOBIN                               12     2:05:03 1124   Women 50-59 Laurilee COMMANDEUR                         13     2:09:11 1061   Women 50-59        Judy MOORE                                   14     3:00:12 1221   Women 50-59        Val YOWEK                                                                                           Women 60+ Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:34:40 1104   Women 60+          Janess IVERSON                                2     1:36:16 1076   Women 60+          Judy LLOYD                                      3     1:53:39 229    Women 60+          Dehbora BIRD                     4     1:56:35 1131   Women 60+          Nancy LEWIS                                    5     1:57:51 1066   Women 60+          Donna SIDDALL                                  6     2:21:46 1203   Women 60+          Patricia DAVIDOFF                                                                                                                                                                                        Men 16-17 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                  1     1:09:45 1140   Men 16-17          Jackson KONKIN                                                                                      Men 18-29 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:24:00 1211   Men 18-29          James BARKER                                  2     1:26:13 1121   Men 18-29          Otis LIPPITT                                  3     1:31:09 1197   Men 18-29          Jarrad MONGER                                4 DNF         1053   Men 18-29          Jason GRAY                                                                                               Men 30-39 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                1     1:09:40 1110   Men 30-39          Rob ROTH                                         2     1:10:00 1141   Men 30-39          Kyle JENSEN                                3     1:16:13 1196   Men 30-39          Mike ORSINI                                    4     1:24:11 1069   Men 30-39          Haru WATANABE                                  5     1:25:44 1098   Men 30-39          Daniel NEUFELD                                 6     1:26:30 1102   Men 30-39          Rob PORTERFIELD                              7     1:27:31 1092   Men 30-39          Rob MCKENZIE                                   8     1:59:10 1096   Men 30-39          Andrew LANDRY                                  9     2:04:26 1136   Men 30-39          Chris THOMPSON                                                                                     Men 40-49 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:12:32 1093   Men 40-49          Charlie COOPER                                  2     1:22:02 1202   Men 40-49          Hoher MICHAEL                                   3     1:23:19 1097   Men 40-49          Scott CARR                                    4     1:23:49 1116   Men 40-49          Lucas MILLER                                   5     1:24:06 1134   Men 40-49          Geoffrey INNIS                                 6     1:25:33 1128   Men 40-49          Iain PARDOE                                    7     1:29:04 1112   Men 40-49          Tony BEUTEL                                     8     1:36:32 1207   Men 40-49          Pierre MAGNAN                                                                                     Men 50-59 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                1     1:18:36 1119   Men 50-59          Curtis SCHREIBER                                2     1:20:56 1103   Men 50-59          Timothy OLSON                                  3     1:22:44 1200   Men 50-59          Tom MURRAY                                   4     1:22:52 1120   Men 50-59          Glenn JOHNSON                                   5     1:27:01 1081   Men 50-59          Shane PEARSALL                                6     1:28:49 1106   Men 50-59          Brent RUNNETT                                   7     1:30:37 1080   Men 50-59          Hendrik LE ROUX                                8     1:31:04 1114   Men 50-59          Mark SCHMUTZ                                    9     1:31:41 1051   Men 50-59          Paul MCCREEDY                                 10     1:39:01 1220   Men 50-59          Gary THOMPSON                                  11     1:42:13 1123   Men 50-59      Victor COMMANDEUR                              12     1:58:39 1059   Men 50-59          Bill WAY                                                                                           Men 60+ Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:18:32 1118   Men 60+            Randy TRERISE                              2     1:20:05 1218   Men 60+            Andrew KYLE                                     3     1:24:26 1166   Men 60+            Robert SIMMERLING                             4     1:25:13 1077   Men 60+            David LLOYD                                   5     1:29:51 1070   Men 60+            Peter POLLHAMMER                              6     1:42:41 1122   Men 60+            Al SMITH                                       7     1:49:04 1108   Men 60+            Doug MATTHEWS                               8     1:53:20 1067   Men 60+            Robert SIDDALL                                 9     1:55:07 1087   Men 60+            Peter MOLL                                   10     2:21:15 1208   Men 60+            Jack WESSEL 33rd Annual Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ Fun                                                                Nelson, BC                                                              August 2, 2015                                                Timing by “Results Canada”                                                    Sprint Distance Age Group Results                                                           Women 16-17 Category    Place     Total   Number Category           Competitor Name                 1     1:15:51 1139   Women 16-17        Sierra COOPER                      2     1:28:26 1142   Women 16-17        Saidy COYNE                         3     2:01:06 1138   Women 16-17        Hannah JORDAHL             last_img read more