View post tag: Defense View post tag: News by topic View post tag: 2013 View post tag: Naval Exhibitors and delegates at the upcoming International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference (IMDEX Asia) will have the opportunity to meet more key players from international navies, coast guards and maritime agencies as the biennial exhibition is set to host the highest number ever of Navy Chiefs from all over the world. IMDEX Asia, returning for its ninth edition from 14 to 16 May 2013 at the Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) in Singapore, is recognised as Asia-Pacific’s foremost maritime defence show.Some 30 Navy Chiefs, Coast Guard Directors-General and heads of maritime agencies in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond will be taking part in IMDEX Asia 2013. IMDEX Asia 2013 will also showcase an impressive line-up of warships from around the world with the participation of 15 warships from nine countries including Australia, France, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, the United States and Singapore. Trade visitors will also get to see, for the first time, USS Freedom, which has just arrived in Singapore. The warship display will offer a rare opportunity for delegates to board the ships, gain insight into the various operations on-board, and to meet and network with senior naval officers from the world over.Jimmy Lau, Managing Director of Experia Events, said:“The increasing number of Navy Chiefs and VIPs attending IMDEX Asia is a testament to the growing stature of the event globally. With the Asia-Pacific region now the world’s second largest naval market, IMDEX Asia is more than ever a must-attend show in the international naval and maritime defence calendar. With new highlights and features in place for this year, we are confident that IMDEX Asia 2013 is more than ready to deliver an even greater experience for both exhibitors and visitors.”Debuting at this year’s IMDEX Asia will be Technology Seminars, which provide a platform for exhibitors to present their latest and most innovative technologies to potential buyers from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The Technology Seminars will be held in a dedicated area, located at the heart of the main exhibition hall with participation from companies such as Arneson Industries, Viking Air, Saab, Wartsila and General Dynamics Canada. IMDEX Asia 2013 will also feature an array of rigid-inflatable boats (RIBs) and unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the Static Display.Some 180 exhibitors have confirmed their participation at IMDEX Asia 2013, with 40% of them joining the show for the first time this year. These new exhibitors include notable companies such as Devor Technologies, Fincantieri, Lurssen Marine Technology, Scania, Schiebel, Westport Shipyard, Viking Air and Liquid Robotics, and visitors can expect to view their latest products and innovations at the show. As a testament to the value IMDEX Asia brings to them, returning exhibitors include major players in the industry such as Austal, DCNS, Lockheed Martin, MBDA, ST Engineering and ThyssenKrupp Marine.Held in conjunction with IMDEX Asia will be high-level conferences such as the prestigious invitation-only International Maritime Security Conference (IMSC) and the first-ever Asian edition of the International Naval Engineering Conference ([email protected] Asia). IMSC will gather Navy Chiefs, Directors-General of Coast Guard and heads of maritime agencies from around the world to discuss evolving challenges to naval security, while [email protected] Asia will gather representatives from navies, designers and shipbuilders, manufacturers, defence-related organisations and academia, focussing on the latest innovations and challenges faced by the naval engineering industry.The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) will once again host the Maritime Information Sharing Exercise (MARISX) and the Western Pacific Multilateral Sea Exercise (WMSX), bringing together navies and maritime agencies to foster international co-operation.About IMDEX AsiaEstablished in 1997, the biennial IMDEX Asia is the premier dedicated maritime defence show serving the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. IMDEX Asia comprises four inter-related events – Exhibition, Conference, VIP Delegations’ Programme and Warship Display – and has established a reputation within the maritime defence industry as a must-attend show. IMDEX Asia 2013 will be the ninth in the series.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, April 29, 2013; Image: Imdex IMDEX Asia 2013 to Host Record Number of Navy Chiefs Back to overview,Home naval-today IMDEX Asia 2013 to Host Record Number of Navy Chiefs View post tag: Chiefs View post tag: IMDEX Training & Education April 29, 2013 View post tag: number View post tag: Defence View post tag: Navy View post tag: asia View post tag: host Share this article View post tag: record
Daniel Gallagher ran 17mis.08secs to win the Tir Chonaill AC Jingle Bells 5k at Donegal Town.In ‘far from ideal conditions’ the Dunkineely youngster was an impressive winner from Michael Murphy Tullamore Harriers with 17 years old Mark Boyle from Tir Chonaill in 3rd. Philomena Gallagher, Tir honaill AC, Brigid Mohan, Inishowen and Sharon Thomas Tir Chonaill were the first three women home.All 70 participants plus the organising committee who braved the rain and stormy conditions were all winners. Following the event club Chairman Paul O’Gara thanked all for supporting the event -‘when it would have been much easier to stay in bed’ and presented €500 to Frank O’Donnell, SVP Donegal Town. Tir Chonaill AC Jingle Bells 5k results 11m 22/12/2013PlaceTimeFirst NameSurnameCategoryClub117.08Daniel GallagherJMTir Chonaill217.32MichaelMurphySMTullamore319.11MarkBoyleJMTir Chonaill419.27ChristopherDohertySMTir Chonaill519.32PauricHarveySMTir Chonaill619.38CiaranO’DonnellM40+Letterkenny720.12DonalHaugheyM50+Tir Chonaill820.18BenGeorgeSMLetterkenny920.26BrianMcGonagleM40+Tir Chonaill1020.38JohnCannonM50+Tir Chonaill1120.51VinnyDuffyM40+Tir Chonaill1220.49BarryO’DonnellSMIndividual1321.19BrianMcCabeSMIndividual1421.38JohnO’BrienSMIndividual1521.40DeclanBoyleSMIndividual1621.46RodneyIrwinSMIndividual1721.46Philomena GallagherSWTir Chonaill1822.04PauricMcNernSMBruckless Runners1922.11ShaunO’DonnellM50+Individual2022.21DamienMcDermottM40+Individual2122.32MichaelMurphy [Junior]JMTullamore2222.33BrigidMohanSWInnishowen2322.36KevinMcGlynnM40+Tir Chonaill2422.39JimmyWhiteM50+Killybegs2522.47PaulMc GuickanM40+Individual2622.59SharonMeehanSWTir Chonaill2723.15PatByrneM50+Killybegs2823.15Harry WalshM40+Individual2923.24Eoin SlevinJMTir Chonaill3023.39VeraHaugheyW50+Tir Chonaill3123.31JackieHarveyW50+Tir Chonaill3223.54EmilyMcGillJWTir Chonaill3324.01CatherineSmeeth- Cannon40+Individual3424.02Shane DeerySMIndividual3524.25Denis SlevinSM Tir Chonaill3624.36JulianEnsorM50+Individual3724.40ClaireGallagherSWTir Chonaill3824.43MichelleEnsorW50+Individual3925.05LyndaLoughlinSWTir Chonaill4025.25JamesSmythJMTir Chonaill4125.35Santa ClausM50+Tir Chonaill4225.35MrsClausW50+Tir Chonaill4325.42BrianGallagherM40+Individual4426.02AibheBoyleJWTir Chonaill4526.02NiamhBoyleJWTir Chonaill4626.34Jane FlannerySWIndividual4726.48DoloresMcGlincheyW40+Finn Valley4826.59MajellaCunninghamSWIndiidual4927.41AmieO’BrienJWTir Chonaill5027.47SarahMc GroaryW40+Tir Chonaill5127.54RossaFlannerySWIndividual5227.56Wesley O’MearaSMIndividual5328.54MaureenGallagherW40+Individual5429.33CatherineCoughlanW40+Individual5529.34Nick RuckM50+Individual5629.34MaryBoyleW40+Individaul5729.42MaryMcGuckinW40+Tir Chonaill5830.32KathleenBurkeW40+Tir Chonaill5932.02Dermot SlevinJMTir Chonaill6032.03AnnaGallagherW40+Tir Chonaill6132.05MargretSmythSWTir Chonaill6232.06EvanGallagherJMTIr Chonaill6332.11ConorSlevinJMTir Chonaill6441.30SiobhanSlevinSWTir Chonaill6541.30AoifeSlevinJWTIr Chonaill6641.30Ann McGillW40+Individual6742.04EileenO’DonnellW40+Individual6842.04OrlaSlevinJWTir Chonaill 6950.20JaneOrrSMTir Chonaill7050.20RichardOrrSWTir Chonaill RESULTS: DANIEL ‘STORMS’ TO VICTORY IN JINGLE BELLS 5K IN DONEGAL TOWN was last modified: December 23rd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal TownJingle Bells 5kResultsTIR CHONAILL AC
A successful rescue operation took place this Friday afternoon to help a woman who fell while walking near Banba’s Crown at Malin Head.The casualty was airlifted to hospital after suffering a suspected broken ankle.The rescue was co-ordinated by Malin Head Coast Guard, who received a call from a member of the public at 12.30pm. The Rescue 118 helicopter was tasked to transfer the woman to Letterkenny University Hospital, with assistance from the Greencastle Coast Guard.Woman airlifted to hospital after fall at Malin Head was last modified: August 2nd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Corning >> Friday night will be a monumental test for the Corning High football team. Not only are the Cards battling a top 3 opponent in the Northern Section Division III media poll, but the Anderson Cubs ended Corning’s post season a year ago. The Cubs went into Cardinal Stadium and took down Corning, 14-13 in the opening round of the D-III playoffs last year. Tonight is the rematch and it’s likely to be of contrasting styles, with Anderson (3-1) throwing for nearly 800 yards to seven …
Each May, a series of articles on major topics of geological interest, written by leading experts in the field, is published in the Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. This year’s issue includes a treatise on Titan, the large moon of Saturn, written by the two titans of Titan science, Jonathan Lunine and Ralph Lorentz. Lunine, a Cassini interdisciplinary scientist, has been studying Titan for over two decades, well before the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft revolutionized our understanding of the cold, haze-shrouded, Mercury-sized moon. Lorentz is the author of Titan Unveiled, an account of the Cassini-Huygens mission through 2006, interspersed with snippets of his own personal experiences in the investigation of Titan. This article, then, should provide a reliable overview of current thinking of how Titan came to be the strange world it is. The article is entitled, “Rivers, Lakes, Dunes, and Rain: Crustal Processes in Titan’s Methane Cycle,”1 Since methane is the key to understanding both the atmosphere and crust of Titan, that is the focus of the article. Two problems have been known for over a decade. One is that the atmospheric methane, being under erosional bombardment from the solar wind, should be long gone if Titan is 4.5 billion years old. The second is that the breakdown of atmospheric methane should lead to the accumulation of liquid ethane on the surface. In the 1980s, some scientists estimated a global ocean of liquid methane and ethane might cover the surface hundreds of meters thick – perhaps even a mile or more deep. When the Huygens Probe landed in 2005, it found a moist lakebed. Radar imaging discovered sand dunes of ice particles covering the equatorial latitudes. Some lakes in the northern latitudes were found, but no global ocean. Now that Cassini has made over 50 flybys of Titan in 5 years, how do scientists explain this? A flavor of the answer can be found in the abstract: “The long-term evolution of the methane cycle may have involved episodic resupply of methane to the surface or gradual depletion of a larger surface reservoir of methane, but in either case, removal of large amounts of ethane from the surface remains an unresolved problem.” After providing a brief history of Titan exploration, they said, “the lifetime of Titan’s atmospheric methane was straightforwardly calculated to be a few percent of the age of the solar system.” To them, this “implied that methane must be supplied externally to the atmosphere, from space, from Titan’s surface, or from its interior.” External supply is out; there aren’t that many impactors with methane likely to hit Titan. Once it was confirmed there was no surface reservoir, the only place left was under the crust. Now, though, we know that much of the surface is covered in sand dunes. There are few craters. Vertical relief is low in most places (on the order of a hundred meters). Some places show long, sinuous channels with tributaries, suggestive of rivers, which could be drainage channels from infrequent cloudbursts of liquid methane. The Huygens probe detected some of these channels on its way down. Some channels could be outflows from cryovolcanic domes. Methane, therefore, plays a role in the atmosphere and crust, but not to the extent of early predictions. A few methane clouds have been seen above the haze layer to move about within days or hours. Models predict infrequent but powerful outbursts of methane precipitation: one study “showed that tens of centimeters of rain could fall within a few hours, a result confirmed by subsequent modeling”; studies of updrafts in convective plumes showed that while such plumes were little less energetic than those on Earth, the overall flux limitation due to the weak insolation meant that such convection (and by implication, rainfall) had to be rare.” The average rainfall is estimated at 1 cm per year, though local areas could experience rare, torrential downpours. The dunes were another surprise. “Pre-Cassini expectations were that dunes on Titan were unlikely (Lorenz et al. 1995), an expectation that has been proven wrong (Lorenz et al. 2006a),” the paper said. The winds were expected to be too gentle to create dunes. Also, “it was not obvious what processes on such a stagnant world could generate sand-sized particles.” But there they were, running longitudinally around the equator, dodging obstacles and standing 100 to 150 meters high. This was all a complete surprise to find that 20% of Titan’s surface is covered in sand dunes. They expected an ocean, but found “absence of a global ocean on Titan, in place of which are the dunes.” The surface winds proved stronger than expected (1 m/s instead of 1 cm/s). Prevailing winds blow east to west. Dunes are rare outside of the tropics (+/- 30° latitude). The interdune areas are completely free of sand. The dune particles apparently contain hydrocarbons, not just water ice. Scientists wonder how the sand was produced. It might have precipitated out of the haze, or it might have formed in cycles of wetting and drying in the lakes. If the latter, the particles had to be lofted into the atmosphere and deposited in the tropics. Maybe the particles came from impacts or from river channels. Those sources, however, appear too low to account for 200,000 to 800,000 cubic kilometers of material – larger than all the lake liquid inventory. Did Titan have more methane at earlier times?Finally, whereas some observed features can be explained with models of present-day rainstorm precipitation, it is not clear that all can. There is evidence at the Huygens site of larger-scale features, and radar imagery is revealing progressively larger areas of heavily dissected terrain (badlands). Cloud models by Hueso & Sanchez-Lavega (2006) indicate that a relative humidity of 80% is required for spontaneous development of convectively driven methane rainstorms on Titan, about twice the present-day relative humidity. If these models are correct, they imply that the features seen at the Huygens site were formed in a substantially wetter climate than that observed today (Griffith et al. 2008). The source of the additional methane—if it still exists—remains unidentified.Some changes may be seasonal. That’s one thing the Cassini team wants to observe if the spacecraft, now at equinox in the Saturn system, can remain operational till the next solstice (2017). By then, sunshine will be reaching the north pole. Maybe the lakes will migrate with the seasons. Even so, with about 35% of Titan’s surface mapped in radar to date, it appears that only 0.6% of the surface is covered in liquid. Most of it is in patchy lakes in northern latitudes. The depth of the lakes is unknown. If moderately deep (20 m), they could hold two orders of magnitude more hydrocarbons than all the known gas and oil seeps on earth. Still, that impressive quantity of methane is too low – 1/30 to 1/3 – the amount needed to humidify the atmosphere and produce the rain that has apparently carved the dendritic channels. Lorentz and Lunine offer two possibilities: the lakes are much deeper than expected, or there are underground reservoirs of methane. Or, perhaps, the global ocean existed in the past. If so, we are seeing the waning stages of a drying world. But where is the missing ethane? Although ethane mixes well with methane in its liquid form, it does not vaporize as easily: “the vapor pressure of ethane is more than three orders of magnitude lower than that of methane at the surface temperature of 94 K” (the surface temperature), they said. “This means that, while ethane mechanically behaves as a fluid identically with methane, and is fully mixed with it, it does not participate in the gaseous phase of the hydrological cycle through evaporation and condensation on the same timescales and with the same mass flux as methane.” If it has been condensing and dropping to the surface for 4.5 billion years, where did it go? Lunine’s own prediction was at stake when he noted the “absence of the hundred of meters equivalent depth of ethane expected from methane photolysis over the age of the solar system (Lunine et al. 1983).” No ocean was found. The Huygens probe landed on damp sand. Methane vapor was detected, and rounded cobbles found scattered around on the surface of the landing site in a dry lakebed indicated they had tumbled down the dendritic channels photographed on descent. Still, it was a much dryer surface than expected. The probe had been built ready to float on an ocean of liquid ethane and methane. It even carried an instrument to measure its depth. It seems the authors’ only escape for the missing ethane was to bury it underground. The surface ice might be porous, they said; the lakes might be connected by underground aquifers where the ethane escaped out of sight. Another unresolved question is the ultimate source of the methane and the disposition of the ethane. If methane has been photolyzed without major interruptions over the age of the solar system, hundreds of meters equivalent depth of ethane should have been produced during this time. Disposal of the ethane during volcanic (Mousis & Schmitt 2008) and impact events might explain its relative absence on the surface. Alternatively, it is possible that much less ethane actually survives to the surface from the stratosphere than is predicted by photochemical models (Atreya et al. 2006), because its vapor pressure is high enough that condensation into aerosols in the lower atmosphere is avoided, or it is incorporated somehow into other organic aerosols (Hunten 2006), or both. In either case, the surface ought still to be buried under hundreds of meters of solid or solid + liquid debris globally averaged, and the dune fields covering 20% of the surface do not appear to be either extensive enough or deep enough to account for all this material. Alternatively, material may have been pushed into the subsurface crust, or deeper, as noted above for the ethane.The authors even referred to other papers that suggested ad hoc scenarios. “Methane itself might have been manufactured in the deep interior by reaction of carbon dioxide, water, and rock (Atreya et al. 2006)” – but this lacks a transport mechanism to the surface – “or brought into Titan and stored in the deep interior from the beginning, expelled during discrete events in Titan’s history (Tobie et al. 2006) or continuously (Fortes et al. 2007).” Maybe the ocean was there but is gone. “Alternatively, the amount of surface methane may never have been sufficient for global coverage, confined instead at most to low points such as the floors of craters and other closed basins.” If that were true, it should be possible to study the topography and crater floors in finer detail and see if that is true. At present, however, these suggestions all lack observational basis. It appears they were engineered to keep Titan old.1. Lunine and Lorentz, “Rivers, Lakes, Dunes, and Rain: Crustal Processes in Titan’s Methane Cycle,” Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vol. 37: 299-320 (Volume publication date May 2009) (doi:10.1146/annurev.earth.031208.100142).We’ve reported these mysteries about Titan for years (insert Titan in the search bar above and see). This paper is important because it shows that the leading Titan experts have still not been able to come up with credible answers to their falsified predictions despite 5 years of unprecedented data. Recall the observational facts: no global ocean. Very little surface ethane. No plausible supply of methane, which is currently insufficient to account for a perpetual methane cycle. Indications that methane is being depleted. Dunes covering 20% of a relatively dry world. Few impact craters. Surface flows, indicating remnant heat sufficient to cause surface activity today. An atmospheric methane abundance only sufficient to last a hundred million years at most (a few percent the assumed age of the solar system). All these puzzles can be solved by abandoning the evolutionists’ obsessive-compulsive fetish with that 4.5 billion year age figure. That would instantly remove the need for all those ad hoc rescuing devices. Titan would make sense as a young world after all. If it didn’t cause Charlie D. gastric pains to consider this option, it would certainly be in the direction the evidence is leading. Aren’t scientists supposed to do that?(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
“To be honest, we didn’t really know what to expect going into the game because, of course, we prioritized rest over practice,” said TNT head coach Nash Racela, whose team lost to San Miguel Beer in six games in the Commissioner’s Cup Finals.“And we really didn’t know what to expect from our import. But I think the earlier we could learn to play with each other, and with the import, the better.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsStar also had little trouble in prolonging another team’s misery as it frustrated Alaska, 101-92, in the other game.The Hotshots improved to 2-0 while extending Alaska’s losing streak to 11 games dating back to the Commissioner’s Cup. LATEST STORIES Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo Malcolm Hill had a team-high 28 points to lead the Hotshots while Paul Lee added 18 points and five assists.Despite playing its first game, TNT KaTropa’s control of the game never seemed to be in peril.Although TNT lost a 12-point lead, 95-83, when Kia mounted an 8-1 run to cut the margin to 96-91 at the 3:40 mark of the fourth, the Texters were quick to regain control of the situation.TNT built another double-digit lead, 104-94, when Troy Rosario converted on a breakaway layup with 1:09 left in the game.Michael Craig made a splash in his first game in the conference with 21 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 assists to lead TNT while Rosario finished with a double-double of 18 points and 10 boards.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Air Force eyes semis anew Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress PBA IMAGESANTIPOLO CITY—TNT didn’t begin the PBA Governors’ Cup as early as the other teams but it went straight to work in turning back Kia, 106-96, Friday at Ynares Sports Centre here.The KaTropa started their conference more than a week after the Governors’ Cup opened and immediately tacked on a 1-0 card while the Picanto languished at the bottom of the standings with a 0-3 record.ADVERTISEMENT Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ El Nido residents told to vacate beach homes MOST READ Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ View comments
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Winners of the drill, of course, received a pair of Js, according to SLAM.Jordan and Pippen were catalysts of Chicago’s domination in the ’90s, as it won three consecutive titles from 1991 to 1993 season and again from 1995 to 1998.Both players have also been inducted in the Basketball Hall of Fame. /raADVERTISEMENT National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo With both legends far removed from their glorious playing days, seeing them share the court still remains a sight to behold.Such reunion occurred over the weekend, as the former Bulls stalwarts took to the floor at Jordan’s Flight School camp in California.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsNow in their 50s, the pair showcased their ageless talent and participated in shooting contests with lucky camp goers.Judging by the clip, Jordan’s form remained as pure as ever, draining consecutive jump shots in the process. Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant MOST READ Lyceum extends win streak to five, crushes St. Benilde by 43 View comments DILG, PNP back suspension of classes during SEA Games FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ It feels like it’s been ages since the dynamic duo of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen ruled the hardwood together for the Chicago Bulls.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’
Sania Mirza and Cara Black. Photo: ReutersDefending champions Sania Mirza and Cara Black, in another show of outstanding doubles tennis, outclassed Jelena Jankovic and Arantxa Parra Santonja 6-3, 6-2 to reach the summit clash of the WTA Toray Pan Pacific Open, on Friday.The top seeded Indo-Zimbabwean pair took only 63 minutes to overcome the unseeded Serbian-Spanish combo in the semi-finals of the USD 1,000,000 hard court event.Sania and Cara played tremendous service games, winning 24 of the 30 first service points. They surrendered serve only one time while saved four break chances.Jelena and Arantxa could capitalise on only one of the five chances they got in the contest.Sania and Cara will now taken on the winners of the other semi-final match between the second seeded American pair of Raquel Kops-Jones and Abigail Spears and fourth seeds Spaniards Garbine Muguruza and Carla Suarez Navarro.From Tokyo, Sania will fly straight to Incheon in Korea to compete in the Asian Games.