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                    [description] => Journal Reference: Takashi Shimonishi, Natsuko Izumi, Kenji Furuya, Chikako Yasui. The Detection of a Hot Molecular Core in the Extreme Outer Galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 206 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac289b The scientists from Niigata University (Japan), Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Taiwan), and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, used the Atacama ... Read more
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Journal Reference:

  1. Takashi Shimonishi, Natsuko Izumi, Kenji Furuya, Chikako Yasui. The Detection of a Hot Molecular Core in the Extreme Outer Galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 206 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac289b

The scientists from Niigata University (Japan), Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Taiwan), and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, used the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile to observe a newborn star (protostar) in the WB89-789 region, located in the extreme outer Galaxy. A variety of carbon-, oxygen-, nitrogen-, sulfur-, and silicon-bearing molecules, including complex organic molecules containing up to nine atoms, were detected. Such a protostar, as well as the associated cocoon of chemically-rich molecular gas, were for the first time detected at the edge of our Galaxy.

The ALMA observations reveal that various kinds of complex organic molecules, such as methanol (CH3OH), ethanol (C2H5OH), methyl formate (HCOOCH3), dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3), formamide (NH2CHO), propanenitrile (C2H5CN), etc., are present even in the primordial environment of the extreme outer Galaxy. Such complex organic molecules potentially act as the feedstock for larger prebiotic molecules.

Interestingly, the relative abundances of complex organic molecules in this newly discovered object resemble remarkably well what is found in similar objects in the inner Galaxy. The observations suggest that complex organic molecules are formed with similar efficiency even at the edge of our Galaxy, where the environment is very different from the solar neighborhood.

It is believed that the outer part of our Galaxy still harbors a primordial environment that existed in the early epoch of galaxy formation. The environmental characteristics of the extreme outer Galaxy, e.g., low abundance of heavy elements, small or no perturbation from Galactic spiral arms, are very different from those seen in the present-day solar neighborhood. Because of its unique characteristics, the extreme outer Galaxy is an excellent laboratory to study star formation and the interstellar medium in the past Galactic environment.

?With ALMA we were able to see a forming star and the surrounding molecular cocoon at the edge of our Galaxy,? says Takashi Shimonishi, an astronomer at Niigata University, Japan, and the paper?s lead author. ?To our surprise, a variety of abundant complex organic molecules exists in the primordial environment of the extreme outer Galaxy. The interstellar conditions to form the chemical complexity might have persisted since the early history of the Universe,? Shimonishi adds.

?These observations have revealed that complex organic molecules can be efficiently formed even in low-metallicity environments like the outermost regions of our Galaxy. This finding provides an important piece of the puzzle to understand how complex organic molecules are formed in the Universe,? says Kenji Furuya, an astronomer at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, and the paper?s co-author.

It is not yet clear, however, if such a chemical complexity is common in the outer part of the Galaxy. Complex organic molecules are of special interest, because some of them are connected to prebiotic molecules formed in space. The team is planning to observe a larger number of star-forming regions in the future, and hopes to clarify whether chemically-rich systems, as seen in our Solar System, are ubiquitous through the history of the Universe.

*This work is supported by a Grant-in-Aid from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (19H05067, 21H00037, 21H01145).

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Stellar cocoon with organic molecules at the edge of our galaxy

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Takashi Shimonishi, Natsuko Izumi, Kenji Furuya, Chikako Yasui. The Detection of a Hot Molecular Core in the Extreme Outer Galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 206 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac289b The scientists from Niigata University (Japan), Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Taiwan), and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, used the Atacama ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Takashi Shimonishi, Natsuko Izumi, Kenji Furuya, Chikako Yasui. The Detection of a Hot Molecular Core in the Extreme Outer Galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal, 2021; 922 (2): 206 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/ac289b

The scientists from Niigata University (Japan), Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Taiwan), and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, used the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile to observe a newborn star (protostar) in the WB89-789 region, located in the extreme outer Galaxy. A variety of carbon-, oxygen-, nitrogen-, sulfur-, and silicon-bearing molecules, including complex organic molecules containing up to nine atoms, were detected. Such a protostar, as well as the associated cocoon of chemically-rich molecular gas, were for the first time detected at the edge of our Galaxy.

The ALMA observations reveal that various kinds of complex organic molecules, such as methanol (CH3OH), ethanol (C2H5OH), methyl formate (HCOOCH3), dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3), formamide (NH2CHO), propanenitrile (C2H5CN), etc., are present even in the primordial environment of the extreme outer Galaxy. Such complex organic molecules potentially act as the feedstock for larger prebiotic molecules.

Interestingly, the relative abundances of complex organic molecules in this newly discovered object resemble remarkably well what is found in similar objects in the inner Galaxy. The observations suggest that complex organic molecules are formed with similar efficiency even at the edge of our Galaxy, where the environment is very different from the solar neighborhood.

It is believed that the outer part of our Galaxy still harbors a primordial environment that existed in the early epoch of galaxy formation. The environmental characteristics of the extreme outer Galaxy, e.g., low abundance of heavy elements, small or no perturbation from Galactic spiral arms, are very different from those seen in the present-day solar neighborhood. Because of its unique characteristics, the extreme outer Galaxy is an excellent laboratory to study star formation and the interstellar medium in the past Galactic environment.

?With ALMA we were able to see a forming star and the surrounding molecular cocoon at the edge of our Galaxy,? says Takashi Shimonishi, an astronomer at Niigata University, Japan, and the paper?s lead author. ?To our surprise, a variety of abundant complex organic molecules exists in the primordial environment of the extreme outer Galaxy. The interstellar conditions to form the chemical complexity might have persisted since the early history of the Universe,? Shimonishi adds.

?These observations have revealed that complex organic molecules can be efficiently formed even in low-metallicity environments like the outermost regions of our Galaxy. This finding provides an important piece of the puzzle to understand how complex organic molecules are formed in the Universe,? says Kenji Furuya, an astronomer at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, and the paper?s co-author.

It is not yet clear, however, if such a chemical complexity is common in the outer part of the Galaxy. Complex organic molecules are of special interest, because some of them are connected to prebiotic molecules formed in space. The team is planning to observe a larger number of star-forming regions in the future, and hopes to clarify whether chemically-rich systems, as seen in our Solar System, are ubiquitous through the history of the Universe.

*This work is supported by a Grant-in-Aid from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (19H05067, 21H00037, 21H01145).

We would love to thank the writer of this article for this outstanding material

Stellar cocoon with organic molecules at the edge of our galaxy

[date_timestamp] => 1638489378 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Alpine skiing: Odermatt wins ahead of Mayer [link] => https://debatepost.com/sport/alpine-skiing-odermatt-wins-ahead-of-mayer/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Ann Moon ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 23:47:04 +0000 [category] => SportAlpineMayerOdermattskiingwins [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3347 [description] => Vincent Kriechmayr also wants to use this, who like many other runners also had to struggle with the selective course. The world champion and defending champion in the Super G World Cup ended up in fifth place (1.02) behind the German Andreas Sander (0.98) and thus not on the podium for the first time in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Vincent Kriechmayr also wants to use this, who like many other runners also had to struggle with the selective course. The world champion and defending champion in the Super G World Cup ended up in fifth place (1.02) behind the German Andreas Sander (0.98) and thus not on the podium for the first time in four World Cup races in this discipline. The third-best Austrian in the first Super-G of the season was Raphael Haaser in eleventh place (1.45).

With Christian Walder, another ÖSV runner narrowly missed the top ten as 14th (1.68). Stefan Babinsky was in 24th, 2.14 seconds back, Daniel Danklmaier was 2.31 back and was 26th. Max Franz, who won the Super-G in Beaver Creek in 2018, was eliminated. The 32-year-old from Carinthia was in numerous and prominent company. Among others, the Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, the Romed Baumann starting for Germany and the Italian Dominik Paris did not see the goal.

Mayer with a tactical drive

After the first two runners, it was clear that it would be a difficult race. The French Mathieu Bailet, who was uninjured in a spectacular fall, and the South Tyrolean Paris, who drove past a gate, were eliminated once. Mayer had been warned with starting number three and, due to the failures, approached his race more of a tactical nature.

?That was definitely not ideal. On the other hand, I knew straight away that I had to be careful. I imagined the race like this, but didn’t know exactly where to start my turns, ?Mayer explained in an interview with ORF. Thanks to his routine, the 31-year-old double Olympic champion from Carinthia crossed the finish line with a strong time that only Odermatt could clearly undercut.

Odermatt uncompromising and fast

The Swiss, who celebrated his third victory in the Super-G and his sixth World Cup success, already had more experience with starting number seven, took full risks and chose a much more aggressive line. Above all, the Swiss took the last goals to the finish line the most uncompromising of all. In the last 17 driving seconds, Odermatt Mayer lost 0.35 seconds.

The Victory Tour from Odermatt

Marco Odermatt was in a class of his own in the Super-G in Beaver Creek. The Swiss drove to victory with a confident drive and a large lead.

Odermatt had already won the Super-G in Beaver Creek in 2019 and once again proved that the route suits him. ?There is definitely something for the technicians here, there are many dangerous passages. Here you have to drive to the limit and with instinct. Many favorites have slowed down here or there or made mistakes. Everything worked perfectly for me. I had a plan and wanted to drive exactly this line, ?explained the Swiss.

Kriechmayr mourns the podium

Kriechmayr was not entirely satisfied with his ride and announced that he would be more involved in the lower part of the race on Friday, where he also lost time on his team-mate Mayer. ?It caught me once upstairs, that took time. Odermatt was out of reach, but the podium would have been inside. I knew it was going to be very fast. So not everything has gone to 100 percent. But I left too much reserve downstairs, Odermatt took a full risk ?, explained the 30-year-old.

Haaser, who finished fourth in the Super-G in Saalbach last season, was satisfied. ?So far I’ve never made it to the finish line. I hope it continues like this, ?said the Tyrolean. Walder was also positive: ?I’ve never done really well here. But sometimes I took too much out of certain parts. There was a bit of uncertainty at the start. I tried to find something mediocre. The result is okay and we need to build on it. “

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Alpine skiing: Odermatt wins ahead of Mayer

) [summary] => Vincent Kriechmayr also wants to use this, who like many other runners also had to struggle with the selective course. The world champion and defending champion in the Super G World Cup ended up in fifth place (1.02) behind the German Andreas Sander (0.98) and thus not on the podium for the first time in ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Vincent Kriechmayr also wants to use this, who like many other runners also had to struggle with the selective course. The world champion and defending champion in the Super G World Cup ended up in fifth place (1.02) behind the German Andreas Sander (0.98) and thus not on the podium for the first time in four World Cup races in this discipline. The third-best Austrian in the first Super-G of the season was Raphael Haaser in eleventh place (1.45).

With Christian Walder, another ÖSV runner narrowly missed the top ten as 14th (1.68). Stefan Babinsky was in 24th, 2.14 seconds back, Daniel Danklmaier was 2.31 back and was 26th. Max Franz, who won the Super-G in Beaver Creek in 2018, was eliminated. The 32-year-old from Carinthia was in numerous and prominent company. Among others, the Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, the Romed Baumann starting for Germany and the Italian Dominik Paris did not see the goal.

Mayer with a tactical drive

After the first two runners, it was clear that it would be a difficult race. The French Mathieu Bailet, who was uninjured in a spectacular fall, and the South Tyrolean Paris, who drove past a gate, were eliminated once. Mayer had been warned with starting number three and, due to the failures, approached his race more of a tactical nature.

?That was definitely not ideal. On the other hand, I knew straight away that I had to be careful. I imagined the race like this, but didn’t know exactly where to start my turns, ?Mayer explained in an interview with ORF. Thanks to his routine, the 31-year-old double Olympic champion from Carinthia crossed the finish line with a strong time that only Odermatt could clearly undercut.

Odermatt uncompromising and fast

The Swiss, who celebrated his third victory in the Super-G and his sixth World Cup success, already had more experience with starting number seven, took full risks and chose a much more aggressive line. Above all, the Swiss took the last goals to the finish line the most uncompromising of all. In the last 17 driving seconds, Odermatt Mayer lost 0.35 seconds.

The Victory Tour from Odermatt

Marco Odermatt was in a class of his own in the Super-G in Beaver Creek. The Swiss drove to victory with a confident drive and a large lead.

Odermatt had already won the Super-G in Beaver Creek in 2019 and once again proved that the route suits him. ?There is definitely something for the technicians here, there are many dangerous passages. Here you have to drive to the limit and with instinct. Many favorites have slowed down here or there or made mistakes. Everything worked perfectly for me. I had a plan and wanted to drive exactly this line, ?explained the Swiss.

Kriechmayr mourns the podium

Kriechmayr was not entirely satisfied with his ride and announced that he would be more involved in the lower part of the race on Friday, where he also lost time on his team-mate Mayer. ?It caught me once upstairs, that took time. Odermatt was out of reach, but the podium would have been inside. I knew it was going to be very fast. So not everything has gone to 100 percent. But I left too much reserve downstairs, Odermatt took a full risk ?, explained the 30-year-old.

Haaser, who finished fourth in the Super-G in Saalbach last season, was satisfied. ?So far I’ve never made it to the finish line. I hope it continues like this, ?said the Tyrolean. Walder was also positive: ?I’ve never done really well here. But sometimes I took too much out of certain parts. There was a bit of uncertainty at the start. I tried to find something mediocre. The result is okay and we need to build on it. “

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Alpine skiing: Odermatt wins ahead of Mayer

[date_timestamp] => 1638488824 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Bottas? nightmare: ?In 2014 obsessed with weight: I was close to leaving F1? [link] => https://debatepost.com/motoring/bottas-nightmare-in-2014-obsessed-with-weight-i-was-close-to-leaving-f1/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Eden Kently ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 23:19:08 +0000 [category] => MotoringBottascloseleavingnightmareobsessedweight [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3343 [description] => The Finn from Mercedes on a podcast: ?I had become a ghost, I was obsessed with losing weight and I lost control. My ex-wife once wished me ‘good flight’ and I told her I didn’t care if the plane crashed. I was reborn thanks to a psychologist “ Racing in Formula 1? It is not ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Finn from Mercedes on a podcast: ?I had become a ghost, I was obsessed with losing weight and I lost control. My ex-wife once wished me ‘good flight’ and I told her I didn’t care if the plane crashed. I was reborn thanks to a psychologist “

Racing in Formula 1? It is not always a virtue. There are also the hard moments, in which the results do not arrive despite the efforts in training, on the simulator and on the track. Negative periods in a driver’s life, which can sometimes be detrimental to their physical and mental well-being. As Valtteri Bottas told the podcast “Direct talk about me”, with words then taken from the Finnish site ‘Iltalehti’: it all started from the complex of losing weight in 2014, the hardest year of his life, up to the thought of wanting say goodbye to the races in the Circus. Before the help of a psychologist gave him back that energy lost among negative thoughts.

To lose control

?

“I had to take a plane and my ex-wife (swimmer Emilia Pikkarainen, ed) wished me the flight went well. I replied by saying that I didn’t care if the plane crashed: in that case I would simply be dead – Bottas’ shocking words on the podcast -. These are the kind of thoughts I started having, as if nothing mattered any more. ” 2014 was a year to forget for the Finn, who at the time took fourth place in the drivers’ classification with Williams: ?I suffered from a serious state of fatigue, purely for my stubbornness – he added -. Then I had to reduce my weight to a minimum and I completely lost control ?.

The arrival of physical problems

?

Each extra kilo, in fact, means slowing down your car more on the track. Losing mass, for Bottas, had thus become an obsession: ?I had to weigh myself every morning and evening and the weight was always less – he continues on the podcast -. I was obsessed and obsessed, sometimes I completed a running exercise twice: once with my coach, the other alone without being seen. I thought it would do me good, but in the long run it obviously didn’t ?. So much so that physical problems arrived: ?I got tired very easily and couldn’t sleep – he says -, every night I woke up at 4 in the morning and couldn’t go back to sleep. This has affected my mental well-being: when you have removed every bit of your physical form, your mental side also empties ?.

The death of Bianchi and the psychologist

?

We couldn’t go on like this any longer, so much so that Emilia ?told me that I should have sought help, because I was no longer myself. I had become a kind of ghost ?. The fatal accident of Jules Bianchi in the 2014 Suzuka GP, the Frenchman from Marussia and product of the FDA who crashed into a racing crane and died in Nice the following year, deeply affected Bottas: “It was a hard blow – comments the driver who will be in Alfa Romeo from 2022 -, it took me two years to recover: I suffered from arrhythmia and sometimes I thought it was the end. I started to feel empty, my whole life was F1 and I didn’t like it at all. I thought about quitting ?. It was the help of a psychologist who gave him the strength to go forward: ?Something had to change, I took too many things too seriously – concludes Valtteri on the podcast -. I got help, I began to take everything more lightly and gradually I found my shape “.

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Bottas’ nightmare: “In 2014 obsessed with weight: I was close to leaving F1”

) [summary] => The Finn from Mercedes on a podcast: ?I had become a ghost, I was obsessed with losing weight and I lost control. My ex-wife once wished me ‘good flight’ and I told her I didn’t care if the plane crashed. I was reborn thanks to a psychologist “ Racing in Formula 1? It is not ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Finn from Mercedes on a podcast: ?I had become a ghost, I was obsessed with losing weight and I lost control. My ex-wife once wished me ‘good flight’ and I told her I didn’t care if the plane crashed. I was reborn thanks to a psychologist “

Racing in Formula 1? It is not always a virtue. There are also the hard moments, in which the results do not arrive despite the efforts in training, on the simulator and on the track. Negative periods in a driver’s life, which can sometimes be detrimental to their physical and mental well-being. As Valtteri Bottas told the podcast “Direct talk about me”, with words then taken from the Finnish site ‘Iltalehti’: it all started from the complex of losing weight in 2014, the hardest year of his life, up to the thought of wanting say goodbye to the races in the Circus. Before the help of a psychologist gave him back that energy lost among negative thoughts.

To lose control

?

“I had to take a plane and my ex-wife (swimmer Emilia Pikkarainen, ed) wished me the flight went well. I replied by saying that I didn’t care if the plane crashed: in that case I would simply be dead – Bottas’ shocking words on the podcast -. These are the kind of thoughts I started having, as if nothing mattered any more. ” 2014 was a year to forget for the Finn, who at the time took fourth place in the drivers’ classification with Williams: ?I suffered from a serious state of fatigue, purely for my stubbornness – he added -. Then I had to reduce my weight to a minimum and I completely lost control ?.

The arrival of physical problems

?

Each extra kilo, in fact, means slowing down your car more on the track. Losing mass, for Bottas, had thus become an obsession: ?I had to weigh myself every morning and evening and the weight was always less – he continues on the podcast -. I was obsessed and obsessed, sometimes I completed a running exercise twice: once with my coach, the other alone without being seen. I thought it would do me good, but in the long run it obviously didn’t ?. So much so that physical problems arrived: ?I got tired very easily and couldn’t sleep – he says -, every night I woke up at 4 in the morning and couldn’t go back to sleep. This has affected my mental well-being: when you have removed every bit of your physical form, your mental side also empties ?.

The death of Bianchi and the psychologist

?

We couldn’t go on like this any longer, so much so that Emilia ?told me that I should have sought help, because I was no longer myself. I had become a kind of ghost ?. The fatal accident of Jules Bianchi in the 2014 Suzuka GP, the Frenchman from Marussia and product of the FDA who crashed into a racing crane and died in Nice the following year, deeply affected Bottas: “It was a hard blow – comments the driver who will be in Alfa Romeo from 2022 -, it took me two years to recover: I suffered from arrhythmia and sometimes I thought it was the end. I started to feel empty, my whole life was F1 and I didn’t like it at all. I thought about quitting ?. It was the help of a psychologist who gave him the strength to go forward: ?Something had to change, I took too many things too seriously – concludes Valtteri on the podcast -. I got help, I began to take everything more lightly and gradually I found my shape “.

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Bottas’ nightmare: “In 2014 obsessed with weight: I was close to leaving F1”

[date_timestamp] => 1638487148 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => BTS: prohibit recording during their concerts and BIGHIT MUSIC explains reasons [link] => https://debatepost.com/popular-sports/bts-prohibit-recording-during-their-concerts-and-bighit-music-explains-reasons/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:56:48 +0000 [category] => Popular SportsBIGHITBTSconcertsexplainsMUSICprohibitreasonsrecording [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3337 [description] => Hours before day 3 of Permission to dance on stage, on December 1, the company of BTS announced through a statement regulations related to the illegal recordings and live broadcasts of the face-to-face concert in Los Angeles. YOU CAN SEE: BTS Permission to dance on stage concert from Los Angeles, day 3 New measures taken ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Hours before day 3 of Permission to dance on stage, on December 1, the company of BTS announced through a statement regulations related to the illegal recordings and live broadcasts of the face-to-face concert in Los Angeles.

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BTS: prohibit recording during their concerts and BIGHIT MUSIC explains reasons

) [summary] => Hours before day 3 of Permission to dance on stage, on December 1, the company of BTS announced through a statement regulations related to the illegal recordings and live broadcasts of the face-to-face concert in Los Angeles. YOU CAN SEE: BTS Permission to dance on stage concert from Los Angeles, day 3 New measures taken ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Hours before day 3 of Permission to dance on stage, on December 1, the company of BTS announced through a statement regulations related to the illegal recordings and live broadcasts of the face-to-face concert in Los Angeles.

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BTS: prohibit recording during their concerts and BIGHIT MUSIC explains reasons

[date_timestamp] => 1638485808 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Verstappen with his head down: ?I want the World Championship, I?m not racing against Hamilton? [link] => https://debatepost.com/formula-1/verstappen-with-his-head-down-i-want-the-world-championship-im-not-racing-against-hamilton/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Lonit ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:52:40 +0000 [category] => Formula 1championshipHamiltonracingVerstappen [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3331 [description] => The Red Bull Dutchman at the Jeddah GP conference: ?Fast track but we don’t know what the balance of power will be. My hobbies? Whatever you do in the water “ Here we are, Max Verstappen is about to play the first match point for the 2021 F1 World Championship. The Saudi Arabian GP on ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Red Bull Dutchman at the Jeddah GP conference: ?Fast track but we don’t know what the balance of power will be. My hobbies? Whatever you do in the water “

Here we are, Max Verstappen is about to play the first match point for the 2021 F1 World Championship. The Saudi Arabian GP on the rookie Jeddah circuit, arrives with the Dutchman +8 over Lewis Hamilton. But the Red Bull driver shows the usual glacial concentration. “I am racing for the World Championship, not against Lewis or Mercedes”.

f1, world fight

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Verstappen says he doesn’t think about the fact that it’s really a match point: ?I’m very ‘neutral’ about the things around me, I don’t think about what can happen. The team is motivated, we know it’s a great opportunity for us, we want to be competitive but for now it’s all relative and theoretical. I still can’t say what the strength relationship with Mercedes will be like on this track. The circuit is a big question mark, we will try to give our best, but nobody really knows how the cars will behave on a new circuit, before trying it ?. And finally, a thought that speaks volumes about how Verstappen is focused: ?Beat Mercedes? We have been trying for many years, every year of their domination, but if we win this year it will be good for us, not because we will have beaten the others. I think winning a World Cup is a great result for anyone, even for those who have already won. Against Mercedes like Germany-Holland in football? No, if I thought this I would be narrow-minded. F1 is not football, football is not F1, people from all over the world are involved here who work for different teams. Fighting with Lewis is important because it helps to improve, and I believe this fight is good for the sport. However it ends, I think it will have been a good season for both of us ?.

never against hamilton

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They ask Max if a clash between him and Hamilton would weigh more on Lewis in terms of the standings, but Verstappen immediately erases the shadows: “I don’t think about a contact or an accident, I’m here to do my best on the track, going fast during the race” . Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes driver and alongside Verstappen during the conference, underlines the words of the rival Red Bull: “Each of us runs for the team, we are F1 professionals, none of us are looking for contact, it does not exist, our attitude is always of great professionalism “. In fact, Verstappen looks definitely further: ?Playing the World Championship is more fun than stressful, in 2020 I got bored, it’s not easy when only one team is clearly stronger than the others. Whatever happens, 2021 will be a satisfying season for Red Bull. I’m certainly more competitive now than at the beginning of my career, in this with Lewis I think there is a difference because I think that after a certain age experience doesn’t make all this difference, at 35 you don’t have much less experience than at 40, to say”.

verstappen and hobbies

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A young fan asks Max what his hobbies are outside of F1: ?Well … My job is not that it leaves too much space for hobbies, I’ll be honest. I would say that I like playing the simulator and then I love water activities. Going boating or surfing, to say, doesn’t make much difference, I like everything in the water ?.

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Verstappen with his head down: “I want the World Championship, I’m not racing against Hamilton”

) [summary] => The Red Bull Dutchman at the Jeddah GP conference: ?Fast track but we don’t know what the balance of power will be. My hobbies? Whatever you do in the water “ Here we are, Max Verstappen is about to play the first match point for the 2021 F1 World Championship. The Saudi Arabian GP on ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Red Bull Dutchman at the Jeddah GP conference: ?Fast track but we don’t know what the balance of power will be. My hobbies? Whatever you do in the water “

Here we are, Max Verstappen is about to play the first match point for the 2021 F1 World Championship. The Saudi Arabian GP on the rookie Jeddah circuit, arrives with the Dutchman +8 over Lewis Hamilton. But the Red Bull driver shows the usual glacial concentration. “I am racing for the World Championship, not against Lewis or Mercedes”.

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Verstappen says he doesn’t think about the fact that it’s really a match point: ?I’m very ‘neutral’ about the things around me, I don’t think about what can happen. The team is motivated, we know it’s a great opportunity for us, we want to be competitive but for now it’s all relative and theoretical. I still can’t say what the strength relationship with Mercedes will be like on this track. The circuit is a big question mark, we will try to give our best, but nobody really knows how the cars will behave on a new circuit, before trying it ?. And finally, a thought that speaks volumes about how Verstappen is focused: ?Beat Mercedes? We have been trying for many years, every year of their domination, but if we win this year it will be good for us, not because we will have beaten the others. I think winning a World Cup is a great result for anyone, even for those who have already won. Against Mercedes like Germany-Holland in football? No, if I thought this I would be narrow-minded. F1 is not football, football is not F1, people from all over the world are involved here who work for different teams. Fighting with Lewis is important because it helps to improve, and I believe this fight is good for the sport. However it ends, I think it will have been a good season for both of us ?.

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They ask Max if a clash between him and Hamilton would weigh more on Lewis in terms of the standings, but Verstappen immediately erases the shadows: “I don’t think about a contact or an accident, I’m here to do my best on the track, going fast during the race” . Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes driver and alongside Verstappen during the conference, underlines the words of the rival Red Bull: “Each of us runs for the team, we are F1 professionals, none of us are looking for contact, it does not exist, our attitude is always of great professionalism “. In fact, Verstappen looks definitely further: ?Playing the World Championship is more fun than stressful, in 2020 I got bored, it’s not easy when only one team is clearly stronger than the others. Whatever happens, 2021 will be a satisfying season for Red Bull. I’m certainly more competitive now than at the beginning of my career, in this with Lewis I think there is a difference because I think that after a certain age experience doesn’t make all this difference, at 35 you don’t have much less experience than at 40, to say”.

verstappen and hobbies

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A young fan asks Max what his hobbies are outside of F1: ?Well … My job is not that it leaves too much space for hobbies, I’ll be honest. I would say that I like playing the simulator and then I love water activities. Going boating or surfing, to say, doesn’t make much difference, I like everything in the water ?.

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Verstappen with his head down: “I want the World Championship, I’m not racing against Hamilton”

[date_timestamp] => 1638485560 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Clubs and discos dense, but chaos around bar lockdown [link] => https://debatepost.com/sport/clubs-and-discos-dense-but-chaos-around-bar-lockdown/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Ann Moon ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:51:35 +0000 [category] => SportbarchaosclubsdensediscosLockdown [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3327 [description] => B.Z. The party is over for now! On Friday morning, the Senate wants to announce whether bars will have to close too. By Mary-Lou Künzel and Stefan Peter Party for another weekend, then the lights in the Berlin clubs go out again! On Friday, the Senate will hold a special meeting to discuss the implementation ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The party is over for now! On Friday morning, the Senate wants to announce whether bars will have to close too.

By Mary-Lou Künzel and Stefan Peter

Party for another weekend, then the lights in the Berlin clubs go out again! On Friday, the Senate will hold a special meeting to discuss the implementation of the federal resolutions for the capital. One thing is already clear: the party is (for the time being) over!

The results of the Senate meeting in the Rotes Rathaus are to be announced around 11.30 a.m. The innkeepers in Berlin in particular should listen carefully. It is still unclear whether bars and pubs will also be affected by the closings.

Andrea Kuhn (71), head of the traditional bar ?Green Door?: ?I hope that I can count on my guests.  We already have significantly fewer customers.  But I think my bar will survive that.
Andrea Kuhn (71), head of the traditional bar ?Green Door?: ?I hope that I can count on my guests. We already have significantly fewer customers. But I think my bar will survive that. “(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

A BZ request from the Senate Chancellery remained unanswered. The health administration said that bars and pubs were not on the draft resolution. However, the Senate could still decide otherwise …

Daniel Drazkewicz (18), student from Schöneberg: ?I normally like to go to clubs, but that's no longer possible.  Not for me anyway, because I'm not vaccinated.  I'm not convinced yet and don't want to be vaccinated just to take part in everything.  The new measures are not super cool for me, but currently there are no better solutions.  I like 2G-plus or 3G
Daniel Drazkewicz (18), student from Schöneberg: ?I normally like to go to clubs, but that’s no longer possible. Not for me anyway, because I’m not vaccinated. I’m not convinced yet and don’t want to be vaccinated just to take part in everything. The new measures are not super cool for me, but currently there are no better solutions. I like 2G-plus or 3G “(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

?This uncertainty is incredibly stressful for me as the operator and for my employees,? says Roberto Manteufel (39, ?Marietta?) from the ?Bars of Berlin? network (125 members). “We have to be surprised …”


also read

?Merkel announces Advent lockdown for unvaccinated people ++ clubs are closed ++ firecrackers banned

?Berlin clubs about to close again – Corona incidence too high


? On the other hand, it is already clear for clubs and discos: By Tuesday at the latest, they will have to close their doors again for an indefinite period! Lutz Leichsenring from the Club Commission criticizes that one has no planning security and is not taken seriously by politicians.

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It was offered that visitors even have to present a PCR test in the future. And: “There are no figures that prove that clubs are pandemic drivers,” said Leichsenring.

Leander Conradt (18), student from Schöneberg: ?The partial lockdown is stupid, but sensible.  I would rather do without clubs and discos than that in the end we are all completely locked up again ?(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)
Leander Conradt (18), student from Schöneberg: ?The partial lockdown is stupid, but sensible. I would rather do without clubs and discos than that in the end we are all completely locked up again ?(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

What has long been true in Berlin:

? 2G when shopping. Access to shops is restricted to vaccinated and convalescent people. Shops for daily needs, i.e. supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies are excluded.

? 2G in theaters, cinemas and restaurants. Access only for vaccinated and convalescent people. In addition, tests could also be prescribed (2G-plus).

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Clubs and discos dense, but chaos around bar lockdown

) [summary] => B.Z. The party is over for now! On Friday morning, the Senate wants to announce whether bars will have to close too. By Mary-Lou Künzel and Stefan Peter Party for another weekend, then the lights in the Berlin clubs go out again! On Friday, the Senate will hold a special meeting to discuss the implementation ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The party is over for now! On Friday morning, the Senate wants to announce whether bars will have to close too.

By Mary-Lou Künzel and Stefan Peter

Party for another weekend, then the lights in the Berlin clubs go out again! On Friday, the Senate will hold a special meeting to discuss the implementation of the federal resolutions for the capital. One thing is already clear: the party is (for the time being) over!

The results of the Senate meeting in the Rotes Rathaus are to be announced around 11.30 a.m. The innkeepers in Berlin in particular should listen carefully. It is still unclear whether bars and pubs will also be affected by the closings.

Andrea Kuhn (71), head of the traditional bar ?Green Door?: ?I hope that I can count on my guests.  We already have significantly fewer customers.  But I think my bar will survive that.
Andrea Kuhn (71), head of the traditional bar ?Green Door?: ?I hope that I can count on my guests. We already have significantly fewer customers. But I think my bar will survive that. “(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

A BZ request from the Senate Chancellery remained unanswered. The health administration said that bars and pubs were not on the draft resolution. However, the Senate could still decide otherwise …

Daniel Drazkewicz (18), student from Schöneberg: ?I normally like to go to clubs, but that's no longer possible.  Not for me anyway, because I'm not vaccinated.  I'm not convinced yet and don't want to be vaccinated just to take part in everything.  The new measures are not super cool for me, but currently there are no better solutions.  I like 2G-plus or 3G
Daniel Drazkewicz (18), student from Schöneberg: ?I normally like to go to clubs, but that’s no longer possible. Not for me anyway, because I’m not vaccinated. I’m not convinced yet and don’t want to be vaccinated just to take part in everything. The new measures are not super cool for me, but currently there are no better solutions. I like 2G-plus or 3G “(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

?This uncertainty is incredibly stressful for me as the operator and for my employees,? says Roberto Manteufel (39, ?Marietta?) from the ?Bars of Berlin? network (125 members). “We have to be surprised …”


also read

?Merkel announces Advent lockdown for unvaccinated people ++ clubs are closed ++ firecrackers banned

?Berlin clubs about to close again – Corona incidence too high


? On the other hand, it is already clear for clubs and discos: By Tuesday at the latest, they will have to close their doors again for an indefinite period! Lutz Leichsenring from the Club Commission criticizes that one has no planning security and is not taken seriously by politicians.

mobile

It was offered that visitors even have to present a PCR test in the future. And: “There are no figures that prove that clubs are pandemic drivers,” said Leichsenring.

Leander Conradt (18), student from Schöneberg: ?The partial lockdown is stupid, but sensible.  I would rather do without clubs and discos than that in the end we are all completely locked up again ?(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)
Leander Conradt (18), student from Schöneberg: ?The partial lockdown is stupid, but sensible. I would rather do without clubs and discos than that in the end we are all completely locked up again ?(Photo: Ufuk Ucta)

What has long been true in Berlin:

? 2G when shopping. Access to shops is restricted to vaccinated and convalescent people. Shops for daily needs, i.e. supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies are excluded.

? 2G in theaters, cinemas and restaurants. Access only for vaccinated and convalescent people. In addition, tests could also be prescribed (2G-plus).

We wish to thank the writer of this write-up for this remarkable content

Clubs and discos dense, but chaos around bar lockdown

[date_timestamp] => 1638485495 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Studies of children?s stories shows differences in Russian, US approaches to emotion [link] => https://debatepost.com/healthandscience/studies-of-childrens-stories-shows-differences-in-russian-us-approaches-to-emotion/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:39:19 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceapproacheschildrensdifferencesemotionRussianstoriesStudies [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3324 [description] => Journal Reference: Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, Anna Leontyeva, Amy G. Halberstadt, Anita M. Adams. And they all lived unhappily ever after: Positive and negative emotions in American and Russian picture books.. Emotion, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/emo0001021 ?In the U.S., there?s an emphasis on the value of positive emotions ? such as happiness or pride,? says Amy Halberstadt, co-author ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, Anna Leontyeva, Amy G. Halberstadt, Anita M. Adams. And they all lived unhappily ever after: Positive and negative emotions in American and Russian picture books.. Emotion, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/emo0001021

?In the U.S., there?s an emphasis on the value of positive emotions ? such as happiness or pride,? says Amy Halberstadt, co-author of a paper describing both studies and a professor of psychology at North Carolina State University.

?In Russia, there?s more nuance,? says Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, corresponding author of the paper and an associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University. ?Russian culture seems to value all emotions ? including negative emotions ? and it is important to learn from these emotions.

?Because the stories we read and hear as children often inform which emotions we value, we wanted to see how those stories might differ across these two cultures.?

To that end, the researchers conducted two studies. In the first study, the researchers recruited 322 parents who had children under the age of 10. The parents belonged to three groups: 72 parents were born in the U.S. and lived there; 72 parents were born in Russia, but lived in the U.S.; and 178 parents were born in Russia and lived there.

In this study, the researchers asked parents to describe the extent to which the books they read to their children depicted 10 different emotions ? six positive ones and four negative ones.

?There were no differences across groups when it came to the frequency of positive emotions ? everybody likes a book with some positivity,? says Anita Adams, a graduate student at the University of Kentucky who worked on the project as an undergraduate at NC State. ?However, Russian parents chose to read books with more negative emotions than U.S. parents. Russian-American parents were somewhere in between those two groups.?

And, when the researchers looked at parents? beliefs about the value of sadness, they found that Russian parents valued the experience of sadness more than U.S. parents.

?That value seemed to be part of why they were willing to engage more with their children about negative emotions in general,? Halberstadt says.

The second study evaluated the 40 best-selling fiction books aimed at preschool-age children in the U.S. and Russia. The researchers analyzed the text and illustrations of all 80 books to assess the range and frequency of positive and negative emotions.

This study found that a wider range of emotions are represented in the children?s books that are popular in Russia, as compared to children?s books popular in the U.S. Specifically, the text of Russian books referenced anger and sadness more often than the U.S. books; and illustrations in Russian books depicted happiness, anger and fear more frequently than the U.S. books. The researchers found this even when they accounted for differences in the length of texts and the number of illustrations featuring facial expressions.

?Taken together, these studies highlight how Russian parents engage with their children about emotions differently than U.S. parents,? Halberstadt says. ?Simply put, the study suggests Russian parents are more likely to support opportunities to engage with their young children about challenging emotions, such as anger and sadness.

?Future studies may want to explore what this might mean in terms of providing children more tools with which to navigate difficult emotions.?

We want to give thanks to the author of this article for this incredible material

Studies of children?s stories shows differences in Russian, US approaches to emotion

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, Anna Leontyeva, Amy G. Halberstadt, Anita M. Adams. And they all lived unhappily ever after: Positive and negative emotions in American and Russian picture books.. Emotion, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/emo0001021 ?In the U.S., there?s an emphasis on the value of positive emotions ? such as happiness or pride,? says Amy Halberstadt, co-author ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, Anna Leontyeva, Amy G. Halberstadt, Anita M. Adams. And they all lived unhappily ever after: Positive and negative emotions in American and Russian picture books.. Emotion, 2021; DOI: 10.1037/emo0001021

?In the U.S., there?s an emphasis on the value of positive emotions ? such as happiness or pride,? says Amy Halberstadt, co-author of a paper describing both studies and a professor of psychology at North Carolina State University.

?In Russia, there?s more nuance,? says Yulia Chentsova-Dutton, corresponding author of the paper and an associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University. ?Russian culture seems to value all emotions ? including negative emotions ? and it is important to learn from these emotions.

?Because the stories we read and hear as children often inform which emotions we value, we wanted to see how those stories might differ across these two cultures.?

To that end, the researchers conducted two studies. In the first study, the researchers recruited 322 parents who had children under the age of 10. The parents belonged to three groups: 72 parents were born in the U.S. and lived there; 72 parents were born in Russia, but lived in the U.S.; and 178 parents were born in Russia and lived there.

In this study, the researchers asked parents to describe the extent to which the books they read to their children depicted 10 different emotions ? six positive ones and four negative ones.

?There were no differences across groups when it came to the frequency of positive emotions ? everybody likes a book with some positivity,? says Anita Adams, a graduate student at the University of Kentucky who worked on the project as an undergraduate at NC State. ?However, Russian parents chose to read books with more negative emotions than U.S. parents. Russian-American parents were somewhere in between those two groups.?

And, when the researchers looked at parents? beliefs about the value of sadness, they found that Russian parents valued the experience of sadness more than U.S. parents.

?That value seemed to be part of why they were willing to engage more with their children about negative emotions in general,? Halberstadt says.

The second study evaluated the 40 best-selling fiction books aimed at preschool-age children in the U.S. and Russia. The researchers analyzed the text and illustrations of all 80 books to assess the range and frequency of positive and negative emotions.

This study found that a wider range of emotions are represented in the children?s books that are popular in Russia, as compared to children?s books popular in the U.S. Specifically, the text of Russian books referenced anger and sadness more often than the U.S. books; and illustrations in Russian books depicted happiness, anger and fear more frequently than the U.S. books. The researchers found this even when they accounted for differences in the length of texts and the number of illustrations featuring facial expressions.

?Taken together, these studies highlight how Russian parents engage with their children about emotions differently than U.S. parents,? Halberstadt says. ?Simply put, the study suggests Russian parents are more likely to support opportunities to engage with their young children about challenging emotions, such as anger and sadness.

?Future studies may want to explore what this might mean in terms of providing children more tools with which to navigate difficult emotions.?

We want to give thanks to the author of this article for this incredible material

Studies of children?s stories shows differences in Russian, US approaches to emotion

[date_timestamp] => 1638484759 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Brady shines, it?s Tampa show in Philadelphia [link] => https://debatepost.com/sport-usa/brady-shines-its-tampa-show-in-philadelphia/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Center ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:28:28 +0000 [category] => Sport USABradyPhiladelphiashinesTampa [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3318 [description] => On Thursday Night that opens the sixth day, the reigning champions beat the Eagles 28-22, but Sherman lost Tampa does its duty. He jokes a little too much with fire in the final after dominating the Eagles, but still ends up winning 28-22 without too many worries in Philadelphia on Thursday Night that opens the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

On Thursday Night that opens the sixth day, the reigning champions beat the Eagles 28-22, but Sherman lost

Tampa does its duty. He jokes a little too much with fire in the final after dominating the Eagles, but still ends up winning 28-22 without too many worries in Philadelphia on Thursday Night that opens the sixth day of the NFL. The reigning champions climb 5-1 record this season by grinding almost 400 attack yards, the final score does not give the idea of ??the obvious actual gap. Bucs ahead 28-7, then they do some phenomena, fiddling beyond the lawful, but Brady closes the accounts by no longer returning the oval to his opponents, milking the clock until it reaches zero a short distance from the opponent’s end zone.

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Tampa reiterates that it is a Super Bowl team, this time it also runs well with Fournette and Jones, but the secondary seems to be the victim of a curse: the Bucs also lose Sherman for a muscle injury, now they have out the three main cornerbacks plus the best safety, Winfield. Their further growth passes from the recovery of the injured, even Gronkowski is still in the pits, and from reducing the penalties: another 120 yds given this time to the opponents. Philadelphia is a modest team: it does not have a quarterback up to par, Hurts does not know how to pitch for these levels, a staff of coaches with everything to prove, and does not contain the game on the opponent’s ground. It risks becoming a long season, a Via Crucis for the Eagles, now a 2-4 record. Having given up Wentz to launch Hurts is a capital sin.

The match

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Immediate touchdown for Tampa: Brady shoots Howard for 2 yards and 6 points. Philadelphia replies: Hurts supplies the evergreen tight end Ertz for 5 yards and 7-7. The Bucs lose Sherman to hamstring injury. Then Brady finds Brown for 23 yards and the scoreboard 14-7. Fourth goal of the season for his favorite receiver. Then Dean intercepts Hurts and Fournette converts the steal into a touchdown. Philly has at least one gasp: Harris intercepts Brady at halftime, after 229 straight passes by the 44-year-old quarterback. Eagles without attack, unable to take advantage of the flaws of the secondary opponent: Hurts 5/14 for just 54 yards passing at the end of the first half. Tampa ahead 21-7, dominating. The Bucs seem to close their accounts in the middle of the 3rd quarter with the second touchdown on Fournette’s run: 28-7. Yet it is not over. Because Hurts turns a 4th down into a running touchdown. Then an Inexplicable 4th down played by Coach Arians and not converted by Tampa in the middle of the field allows Philly to march, and finally Sanders is seen running, up to the goal that reopens the game. Again by Hurts, a running back who plays quarterback, still on the ground. 28-22 guests after the conversion from 2 points. Tampa is suddenly under pressure, away, with the public entering the game after several grumbles. But Brady doesn’t tremble. Closes a crucial 3rd down relying on the usual Brown for a 27 yard combination. And then with experience he manages the time left on the clock and allows the Bucs to equal the best start to the season in franchise history.

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Brady shines, it’s Tampa show in Philadelphia

) [summary] => On Thursday Night that opens the sixth day, the reigning champions beat the Eagles 28-22, but Sherman lost Tampa does its duty. He jokes a little too much with fire in the final after dominating the Eagles, but still ends up winning 28-22 without too many worries in Philadelphia on Thursday Night that opens the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

On Thursday Night that opens the sixth day, the reigning champions beat the Eagles 28-22, but Sherman lost

Tampa does its duty. He jokes a little too much with fire in the final after dominating the Eagles, but still ends up winning 28-22 without too many worries in Philadelphia on Thursday Night that opens the sixth day of the NFL. The reigning champions climb 5-1 record this season by grinding almost 400 attack yards, the final score does not give the idea of ??the obvious actual gap. Bucs ahead 28-7, then they do some phenomena, fiddling beyond the lawful, but Brady closes the accounts by no longer returning the oval to his opponents, milking the clock until it reaches zero a short distance from the opponent’s end zone.

Photography

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Tampa reiterates that it is a Super Bowl team, this time it also runs well with Fournette and Jones, but the secondary seems to be the victim of a curse: the Bucs also lose Sherman for a muscle injury, now they have out the three main cornerbacks plus the best safety, Winfield. Their further growth passes from the recovery of the injured, even Gronkowski is still in the pits, and from reducing the penalties: another 120 yds given this time to the opponents. Philadelphia is a modest team: it does not have a quarterback up to par, Hurts does not know how to pitch for these levels, a staff of coaches with everything to prove, and does not contain the game on the opponent’s ground. It risks becoming a long season, a Via Crucis for the Eagles, now a 2-4 record. Having given up Wentz to launch Hurts is a capital sin.

The match

?

Immediate touchdown for Tampa: Brady shoots Howard for 2 yards and 6 points. Philadelphia replies: Hurts supplies the evergreen tight end Ertz for 5 yards and 7-7. The Bucs lose Sherman to hamstring injury. Then Brady finds Brown for 23 yards and the scoreboard 14-7. Fourth goal of the season for his favorite receiver. Then Dean intercepts Hurts and Fournette converts the steal into a touchdown. Philly has at least one gasp: Harris intercepts Brady at halftime, after 229 straight passes by the 44-year-old quarterback. Eagles without attack, unable to take advantage of the flaws of the secondary opponent: Hurts 5/14 for just 54 yards passing at the end of the first half. Tampa ahead 21-7, dominating. The Bucs seem to close their accounts in the middle of the 3rd quarter with the second touchdown on Fournette’s run: 28-7. Yet it is not over. Because Hurts turns a 4th down into a running touchdown. Then an Inexplicable 4th down played by Coach Arians and not converted by Tampa in the middle of the field allows Philly to march, and finally Sanders is seen running, up to the goal that reopens the game. Again by Hurts, a running back who plays quarterback, still on the ground. 28-22 guests after the conversion from 2 points. Tampa is suddenly under pressure, away, with the public entering the game after several grumbles. But Brady doesn’t tremble. Closes a crucial 3rd down relying on the usual Brown for a 27 yard combination. And then with experience he manages the time left on the clock and allows the Bucs to equal the best start to the season in franchise history.

We want to thank the author of this write-up for this amazing material

Brady shines, it’s Tampa show in Philadelphia

[date_timestamp] => 1638484108 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Trentino news: the cyclocross World Cup on snow for the first time [link] => https://debatepost.com/cycling/trentino-news-the-cyclocross-world-cup-on-snow-for-the-first-time/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry World ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Dec 2021 22:24:33 +0000 [category] => CyclingCupcyclocrossnewssnowtimeTrentino [guid] => https://debatepost.com/?p=3312 [description] => Appointment in Vermiglio, in Val di Sole, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December for the most innovative event of recent years. The route is drawn at an altitude of 1200 meters around the area of ??the San Leonardo lakes. Present were the Belgian Van Aert and the British Pidcock ?The most innovative event in the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Appointment in Vermiglio, in Val di Sole, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December for the most innovative event of recent years. The route is drawn at an altitude of 1200 meters around the area of ??the San Leonardo lakes. Present were the Belgian Van Aert and the British Pidcock

?The most innovative event in the world of cyclocross in recent times? is about to come to life in Val di Sole, Trentino. This was stated by Tomas Van den Spiegel, CEO of Flanders Classics, the company that coordinates the cyclocross World Cup which in ten days, 11 and 12 December 2022, will make its debut in the valley already made famous by the great mountain bike events, not last the splendid World Cup in August. The appointment that will mark the return of the world cyclocross circuit to Italy after five years was presented today in Trento at the headquarters of Trentino Marketing, with the participation of the Councilor for Tourism and Sport of the Autonomous Province of Trento, Roberto Failoni, of the CEO of Trentino Marketing, Maurizio Rossini, of the head of the Off-road sector of the Federciclismo, Massimo Ghirotto and of the Trentino champion Martino Fruet, with the live streaming of Tomas Van den Spiegel himself.

Details The great anticipation is for the first time of a cyclocross race designed to be held on snowy ground. The cyclocross World Cup had never reached an altitude like the 1,200 meters of Vermiglio, and the area of ??the Laghetti di San Leonardo is a blank page (it should be said, after last weekend’s snowfalls) available to the team. Flanders Classics, which will begin work on the course starting Saturday 4 December. The arrival of cyclocross in Val di Sole is the new challenge undertaken by Apt Val di Sole and Grandi Eventi Val di Sole, organizational engines already consolidated by the successes in mountain biking, assisted by the Pontedilegno-Tonale Consortium.

Towards the Olympics An innovative proposal, as underlined by Van den Spiegel, in which Flanders Classics has shown its strong belief right from the start. The goal is not only to offer a new great show, but to knock on the IOC’s door: cyclocross dreams of entering the Winter Olympics program, and Val di Sole can become a very important test bed to strengthen these ambitions.

Protagonists The cyclocross World Cup has started a few weeks ago but it is in December that it traditionally comes to life with the debut of the multi-discipline champions, engaged in the summer season on the road and sometimes also in mountain biking, such as the British Olympian Tom Pidcock Mtb 2021 in Tokyo, but capable of wonders also in cyclocross and on the road. At his side, on the starting line of the Elite Men test (Sunday 12 December, 14.55) there will be the phenomenal Wout Van Aert, three times cyclocross champion but author of feats also on the road and on any terrain, from long climbs to classics , from the time trial to the sprints. In Val di Sole there will also be other protagonists of the cyclocross season, from World Cup leader Eli Iserbyt to Quinten Hermans. Gioele Bertolini and Jakob Dorigoni will instead try to give satisfaction to the blue colors. In the women’s field (departure at 13) the great protagonist will be the timeless champion Marianne Vos, together with Denise Betsema and Annemarie Worst. The Italian tips are Alice Arzuffi and Eva Lechner.

It format The cyclocross races take place on a circuit of variable length between 2.5 and 3.5 km, with winding markings and natural and artificial obstacles that enhance the driving skills of the athletes, and in some stretches they force them to cover stretches of racing with the bike on his shoulder, one of the most characteristic technical gestures of this discipline. Duration 60 minutes: spectacular and very intense competitions.

Program and tickets The competitions in Val di Sole, open only to the Elite Men and Women categories, will take place on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December. Tickets are on sale on the valdisolebikeland.com website at a price of 10 ?. To enter the event it is necessary to show the ?reinforced? Green Pass (Super Green Pass).
Saturday 11 December: 12.30-14: Route inspection; 14-16.00: free practice 16-17
Sunday 12 December – 11-13.20 – Free Practice. 1.30 pm: Elite Women race. 14.55: Elite Men race.

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Trentino news: the cyclocross World Cup on snow for the first time

) [summary] => Appointment in Vermiglio, in Val di Sole, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December for the most innovative event of recent years. The route is drawn at an altitude of 1200 meters around the area of ??the San Leonardo lakes. Present were the Belgian Van Aert and the British Pidcock ?The most innovative event in the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Appointment in Vermiglio, in Val di Sole, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December for the most innovative event of recent years. The route is drawn at an altitude of 1200 meters around the area of ??the San Leonardo lakes. Present were the Belgian Van Aert and the British Pidcock

?The most innovative event in the world of cyclocross in recent times? is about to come to life in Val di Sole, Trentino. This was stated by Tomas Van den Spiegel, CEO of Flanders Classics, the company that coordinates the cyclocross World Cup which in ten days, 11 and 12 December 2022, will make its debut in the valley already made famous by the great mountain bike events, not last the splendid World Cup in August. The appointment that will mark the return of the world cyclocross circuit to Italy after five years was presented today in Trento at the headquarters of Trentino Marketing, with the participation of the Councilor for Tourism and Sport of the Autonomous Province of Trento, Roberto Failoni, of the CEO of Trentino Marketing, Maurizio Rossini, of the head of the Off-road sector of the Federciclismo, Massimo Ghirotto and of the Trentino champion Martino Fruet, with the live streaming of Tomas Van den Spiegel himself.

Details The great anticipation is for the first time of a cyclocross race designed to be held on snowy ground. The cyclocross World Cup had never reached an altitude like the 1,200 meters of Vermiglio, and the area of ??the Laghetti di San Leonardo is a blank page (it should be said, after last weekend’s snowfalls) available to the team. Flanders Classics, which will begin work on the course starting Saturday 4 December. The arrival of cyclocross in Val di Sole is the new challenge undertaken by Apt Val di Sole and Grandi Eventi Val di Sole, organizational engines already consolidated by the successes in mountain biking, assisted by the Pontedilegno-Tonale Consortium.

Towards the Olympics An innovative proposal, as underlined by Van den Spiegel, in which Flanders Classics has shown its strong belief right from the start. The goal is not only to offer a new great show, but to knock on the IOC’s door: cyclocross dreams of entering the Winter Olympics program, and Val di Sole can become a very important test bed to strengthen these ambitions.

Protagonists The cyclocross World Cup has started a few weeks ago but it is in December that it traditionally comes to life with the debut of the multi-discipline champions, engaged in the summer season on the road and sometimes also in mountain biking, such as the British Olympian Tom Pidcock Mtb 2021 in Tokyo, but capable of wonders also in cyclocross and on the road. At his side, on the starting line of the Elite Men test (Sunday 12 December, 14.55) there will be the phenomenal Wout Van Aert, three times cyclocross champion but author of feats also on the road and on any terrain, from long climbs to classics , from the time trial to the sprints. In Val di Sole there will also be other protagonists of the cyclocross season, from World Cup leader Eli Iserbyt to Quinten Hermans. Gioele Bertolini and Jakob Dorigoni will instead try to give satisfaction to the blue colors. In the women’s field (departure at 13) the great protagonist will be the timeless champion Marianne Vos, together with Denise Betsema and Annemarie Worst. The Italian tips are Alice Arzuffi and Eva Lechner.

It format The cyclocross races take place on a circuit of variable length between 2.5 and 3.5 km, with winding markings and natural and artificial obstacles that enhance the driving skills of the athletes, and in some stretches they force them to cover stretches of racing with the bike on his shoulder, one of the most characteristic technical gestures of this discipline. Duration 60 minutes: spectacular and very intense competitions.

Program and tickets The competitions in Val di Sole, open only to the Elite Men and Women categories, will take place on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 December. Tickets are on sale on the valdisolebikeland.com website at a price of 10 ?. To enter the event it is necessary to show the ?reinforced? Green Pass (Super Green Pass).
Saturday 11 December: 12.30-14: Route inspection; 14-16.00: free practice 16-17
Sunday 12 December – 11-13.20 – Free Practice. 1.30 pm: Elite Women race. 14.55: Elite Men race.

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The competition was interrupted during the first round, completed by 54 out of 82 players. However, the five Italians finished, in 75 strokes (+3) they finished Nobilio, Zanusso, Moresco

“The good things are worth the wait”, they say in Augusta (Georgia) after the forced postponement of one year for the second edition of the Women’s Amateur and the suspension of the race during the first round yesterday due to bad weather. Only 28 players still outstanding on a field of 82 participants, but with seven holes to play and in the last team, the American Katherine Smith was stopped, traveling together with the wind at the top of the standings with four birdies in eleven holes. We will therefore have to wait until the afternoon to have a ranking. Meanwhile, while the first lap is being completed, the second starts on time and with unchanged teams (at 7.45 am) for those who already have a score in their pocket. This is the case with the five Italian girls.

The Italians

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Good performance by Emilie Paltrinieri, a score in par with three birdies and three bogeys for the twenty-year-old who plays in Los Angeles in the UCLA team, in her second year of college. A hit behind (73, +1) places Caterina Don, in her second Women’s Amateur. In 75 strokes (+3) Alessia Nobilio (a linear pace with three bogeys on the score), Anna Zanusso (who alternated birdie and bogey), Benedetta Moresco (two birdies but also a heavy double on hole 12) closed.

The competition

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The track of the Champions Retreat was not allowed too much, long, with hard and well defended greens especially in the return holes, “where you have to play every club you have in your bag at your best”, says Rose Zhang, American number one at the world. Which did it by finishing second in the provisional standings in a group of five, one shot under par. Before the suspension, at the top of the (always provisional) leaderboard was Katherine Smith, 21 year old from Detroit in the third year of the University of Nebraska, who had to leave the field with her best game in hand. The format of the Women’s Amateur includes three days of competition and cutting after the first two which are played at the Champions Retreat Golf Club (31 March – 1 April); then a day off, which still allows everyone a practice lap on the mythical Augusta National track, then the first 30 enter the final round (April 3). Exciting that of the debut two years ago, crowded with an audience on the pitch and seen by millions of people on television. The first name engraved on the trophy is that of the American Jennifer Kupcho (now professional), femininity, great plays and a stellar performance. So the tournament grew quickly, not only because of the unlimited means made available by the Augusta Club, but because these athletes have won over both golf and non-golf enthusiasts.

The event

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But before American Alexa Melton pulled the opening drive of the race at 7.45 yesterday, a beautiful evening had opened the event. The bus with the players dressed up for the party had crossed the gate of the club along the Magnolia Lane, that avenue that leads to the Augusta National clubhouse where the welcome dinner was waiting for them. That avenue that, since the first Masters in 1934, has always been the gateway to a dream for great players. It was unthinkable until two years ago for very capable girls, who immortalized that moment on their mobile phones. Then a drink in the green under the immense oak that shades the club house, and the usual photo together with the president of the club Fred Ridley.

72, by Emilie Paltrinieri

75, +3) Alessia Nobilio, Anna Zanusso, Benedetta Moresco

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Bad weather on Augusta National Women. Good performance by Paltrinieri and Don

) [summary] => The competition was interrupted during the first round, completed by 54 out of 82 players. However, the five Italians finished, in 75 strokes (+3) they finished Nobilio, Zanusso, Moresco “The good things are worth the wait”, they say in Augusta (Georgia) after the forced postponement of one year for the second edition of the Women’s ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The competition was interrupted during the first round, completed by 54 out of 82 players. However, the five Italians finished, in 75 strokes (+3) they finished Nobilio, Zanusso, Moresco

“The good things are worth the wait”, they say in Augusta (Georgia) after the forced postponement of one year for the second edition of the Women’s Amateur and the suspension of the race during the first round yesterday due to bad weather. Only 28 players still outstanding on a field of 82 participants, but with seven holes to play and in the last team, the American Katherine Smith was stopped, traveling together with the wind at the top of the standings with four birdies in eleven holes. We will therefore have to wait until the afternoon to have a ranking. Meanwhile, while the first lap is being completed, the second starts on time and with unchanged teams (at 7.45 am) for those who already have a score in their pocket. This is the case with the five Italian girls.

The Italians

?

Good performance by Emilie Paltrinieri, a score in par with three birdies and three bogeys for the twenty-year-old who plays in Los Angeles in the UCLA team, in her second year of college. A hit behind (73, +1) places Caterina Don, in her second Women’s Amateur. In 75 strokes (+3) Alessia Nobilio (a linear pace with three bogeys on the score), Anna Zanusso (who alternated birdie and bogey), Benedetta Moresco (two birdies but also a heavy double on hole 12) closed.

The competition

?

The track of the Champions Retreat was not allowed too much, long, with hard and well defended greens especially in the return holes, “where you have to play every club you have in your bag at your best”, says Rose Zhang, American number one at the world. Which did it by finishing second in the provisional standings in a group of five, one shot under par. Before the suspension, at the top of the (always provisional) leaderboard was Katherine Smith, 21 year old from Detroit in the third year of the University of Nebraska, who had to leave the field with her best game in hand. The format of the Women’s Amateur includes three days of competition and cutting after the first two which are played at the Champions Retreat Golf Club (31 March – 1 April); then a day off, which still allows everyone a practice lap on the mythical Augusta National track, then the first 30 enter the final round (April 3). Exciting that of the debut two years ago, crowded with an audience on the pitch and seen by millions of people on television. The first name engraved on the trophy is that of the American Jennifer Kupcho (now professional), femininity, great plays and a stellar performance. So the tournament grew quickly, not only because of the unlimited means made available by the Augusta Club, but because these athletes have won over both golf and non-golf enthusiasts.

The event

?

But before American Alexa Melton pulled the opening drive of the race at 7.45 yesterday, a beautiful evening had opened the event. The bus with the players dressed up for the party had crossed the gate of the club along the Magnolia Lane, that avenue that leads to the Augusta National clubhouse where the welcome dinner was waiting for them. That avenue that, since the first Masters in 1934, has always been the gateway to a dream for great players. It was unthinkable until two years ago for very capable girls, who immortalized that moment on their mobile phones. Then a drink in the green under the immense oak that shades the club house, and the usual photo together with the president of the club Fred Ridley.

72, by Emilie Paltrinieri

75, +3) Alessia Nobilio, Anna Zanusso, Benedetta Moresco

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Bad weather on Augusta National Women. Good performance by Paltrinieri and Don

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