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  • Float Your Boat

    first_imgGear for when getting wet is mandatory or for when getting gear wet is not an option.1. Outdoor Research Sensor Dry PocketPacking portable electronics on a paddling trip can be great, even essential, but getting them wet is a disaster. The Sensor Dry Pocket features a zip top and roll closure for double protection, even when submerged. A clear front and waterproof headphone jack allows you full access to your smart phone or tablet, and with the Velcro straps, you can anchor it anywhere with no anxiety.$35; outdoorresearch.com2. DryCASE DryBUDS SportWhether you are rocking in the whitewater or jamming on the SUP, you can keep the tunes flowing if you take a swim with these waterproof ear buds. An over-the-ear clip keeps them secure during even the most active water pursuits and an extra long 54-inch cord gives you freedom on or in the water. Three size options are included and submersible up to 10 feet, so there is no fear of drowning out the sound of your favorite jams.$35; drycase.com3. Astral Buoyancy The LindaLocal buoyancy experts Astral designed The Linda for the female recreational kayaker. Environmentally friendly, durable foam is preformed for the perfect fit and the vest back features mesh ventilation for those hot days on the water. The mesh back also allows a full recline in high-seat-back recreational kayaks. Throw in large front pockets and you have the perfect PFD for all your paddling adventures.$90; astralbuoyancy.com 4. Pyranha ShivaLacking a true creek boat in the prodigious quiver of boats, Pyranha set out to make the fastest, most nimble boat to run the hardest whitewater and biggest drops on the planet; they may have succeeded. A wider stern, large volume, and progressive rocker make this boat incredibly fast and maneuverable in the water. It’s designed to push the boundaries with the best kayakers in the sport.$1,199; pyranha.com5. Native Watercraft Ultimate 12 BasicThis boat is built for stability, whether sitting or standing and casting. The open design provides comfort and support from flatwater up to Class II, and what it lacks in bells and whistles, it makes up for in a low price. It can also be tricked out with virtually any accessory you can think of so no fish can hide.$799, nativewatercraft.com 6. Howler Bros. Loggerhead LongsleeveSave “Sun’s out, guns out” for the frat guys; protection from the elements is the name of the game when spending a day on the water. Stay covered up without overheating in the Loggerhead. Certified SPF 45 and made from quick wicking and drying material, you can spend all day and night in this shirt. But it’s not all fun and games; you also get handy thumb loops at the cuffs and a stash pocket in the back lined with sunglass cleaning microfiber. From summer spring creeks to beach bonfires, this shirt has your back.$65; howlerbros.com  7. TEVA Fuse-ionTEVA tapped into the mind of their paddling athletes for their latest round of water centric shoes, and the Fuse-ion reflects a return to the soul of water sports – mainly a high performance water shoe you can wear to the bar. The Fuse-ion features an upper that sheds water at a molecular level while TEVA claims its Spider Rubber outsole “will stick to a grease-covered aluminum ramp.” Not bad for a sneaker clone with retro styling out of the 50s. Feeling more casual? The heel folds down so you can slip them on and off with ease so you’ll be ready for drinks in no time.$90; teva.com8. Julbo Dolphin SunglassesNo more need for duct tape straps to prevent your shades from ending up at the bottom of the river, lake, or (gulp!) ocean. If you drop these sunglasses in the drink, they’ll stay afloat until you can get your hands back on them. The Dolphins are made from a low-density material that provides buoyancy and is also super lightweight, so you can rock them all day in comfort. They also feature polarized lenses and a snug, wrap-around style so you can stay cool while spotting fish or running rapids.$100; julbousa.comlast_img read more

  • 3 characteristics of a great team player

    first_imgIt’s not always easy to work with a team. If you’re used to doing your own thing, the transition to a team environment can be an adjustment. If you want to be a great team player, here are three characteristics you should embody…You have to be patient: It would be nice if you knew exactly what to expect from every one of your coworkers, but that’s never the case. Sometimes you’ll find yourself frustrated with coworkers, and that’s completely normal. Keep your cool during stressful situations, because the last thing you want to do is ruin good team chemistry. When frustrating situations arise, take a deep breath and be patient.You have to have confidence: Having confidence at work can be the difference between being stuck in a position for a long time and being quickly promoted. When your confidence starts to rub off on others, you’ll see a lot of success around you.You have to be dependable: Sometimes, coworkers don’t pull their weight. You never want to be that person. You want to be the person everyone can rely on. When you say you’re going to do something, be certain that it gets done. A lack of dependability can damage your team and your business. 23SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

  • Industry heads unite behind Responsible Gambling Week

    first_img Related Articles Submit UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service  August 20, 2020 Share StumbleUpon BGC appoints Joff Cooke as first COO June 2, 2020 Share Christopher Metcalf, Leon House: Social barriers must be broken on gambling treatment June 25, 2020 Placing social responsibility at the forefront of the industry, the first ever ‘Responsible Gambling Week’ (RG Week – 12-18 October) has been met with great enthusiasm by sector stakeholders.Driven by the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG), every vertical of the UK gambling industry (arcades, bingo clubs, bookmakers, casinos and digital) will take initiative in driving the message of safe and responsible play.The opening theme of RG Week is ‘let’s talk about responsible gambling’, which aims is to ensure consumers understand what tools are available to keep gambling safe, including knowing where to find help and support for those needing it.Sarah Harrison – UKGCBacking the industry-wide initiative Sarah Harrison, UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) Chief Executive, stated: “Problem gambling can have a devastating impact not only on those who are gambling but also on their friends, family and communities.“It is imperative that gambling operators meet their obligations and take every step to ensure gambling is safe so we’re pleased to see the industry coming together to raise awareness of responsible gambling.”At a consumer level, participating industry stakeholders will raise awareness of ‘gambling protection tools’, which will include posters and leaflets with responsible RG Week information made available throughout betting shops and gambling venues.The industry will further work with charities GamCare and GambleAware to establish dedicated information points around the UK that will be available to the general public throughout the weekMalcolm George – ABBSpeaking on behalf of industry operators Malcolm George, Chief Executive of industry trade body The Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) said: “Betting shops together with gambling charities launched the gamble awareness weeks just three years ago and each year has seen an increasing level of awareness among the public. We are really pleased that for the first time ever the whole gambling industry in the UK are coming together this year to promote responsible gambling week.”RG Week is the biggest ever social responsibility push undertaken by the industry, with a reported 10,000 gambling venues, multiple online sites and 121,000 employees set to take part in raising awareness of problem gambling and safe gambling behaviour.Marc Etches – GambleAwareMarc Etches, CEO of GambleAware, commented on the week ahead: “RG Week is a test for the industry’s commitment for putting customer welfare ahead of short-term profits. We look forward to seeing the results of the week’s impact, and hope the industry will build on this exercise as we continue to raise awareness of the risks of gambling and the advice available to customers.”To find out more information on Responsible Gambling Week, please visit https://www.begambleaware.org/last_img read more

  • UCF quarterback Darriel Mack Jr. suffers broken ankle, team announces

    first_imgWishing DJ a speedy recovery ✊ #ChargeOn pic.twitter.com/t0oUxD077S— UCF Football (@UCF_Football) July 10, 2019MORE: Milton takes big step in rehab processThe rising redshirt sophomore came on late in 2018 to replace McKenzie Milton, who suffered a gruesome season-ending injury against South Florida in Week 11. He completed 35-of-61 passes for 526 yards and three touchdowns to one interception in the final three games of the season, adding 107 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.With Mack’s injury — which typically takes 6-12 weeks to heal — Notre Dame transfer Brandon Wimbush will almost certainly begin the season as the Knights’ starting quarterback. Wimbush completed 193-of-382 attempts for 2,606 yards, 20 touchdowns and 12 interceptions over his three-year career in South Bend. He also added 1,156 rushing yards and 16 rushing touchdowns. Central Florida is down another quarterback ahead of the 2019 college football season.Darriel Mack Jr., a key figure in UCF’s quarterback competition, has suffered a broken ankle, the team announced on Wednesday.last_img read more

  • Mallard’s Team of the Week — SROAM Jabronis

    first_imgSROAMazing Race, sponsored by Selkirk’s Ski Resort Operations and Management (SROAM) program, was a tremendous success as numerous teams took over downtown Nelson for the third annual scavenger hunt. Topping the race was SROAM Jabronis, edging second-place finisher I ski better than you and third place Nicholas Christen, for the activity Bend it on Baker.Mallard Source for sport would like to salute not only members of the SROAM Jabronis but everyone who participated in the race.The Ski Resort Operations and Management (SROAM) program has been around for just over 30 years, operating in Nelson, BC since inception.As an integral part of Selkirk College’s Tourism department, the SROAM program educates students on the snow industry with classes in grooming, risk management, business communication, special events and so much more. Students spend three semesters in class and a fourth on a paid co-op at a ski resort of their choosing in any position.The SROAM diploma also works as the first two years of a university degree at some Canadian universities, which is quite an amazing way of getting a degree.last_img read more

  • STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SATURDAY MAY 23, 2015

    first_imgJockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Mike Puype323669%$197,910 Flavien Prat601313222%$715,800 ESPINOZA, BAFFERT INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE AT STRONACH MEDIAXpressbet’s Aaron Vercruysse recently caught up with American Pharoah’s jockey and trainer, Victor Espinoza and Bob Baffert, for in-depth interviews regarding the colt’s upcoming pursuit of the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes on June 6.The informative and entertaining sessions can be viewed at Stronach Media’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDgBpujf7ok Fernando Perez64129819%$439,230 Gonzalo Nicolas6056108%$178,728 Michael Machowsky1433121%$94,120 Felipe Valdez63710511%$285,200 FINISH LINES: Joe Talamo hopes to “win one for the Knapper” on Harlington’s Rose in today’s Spring Fever Stakes. Steve Knapp, who trains the 4-year-old filly, had his gall bladder removed Friday at Mission Hospital in Orange County after experiencing stomach pains. The 58-year-old native of Chino Hills expects to be back at the track in a few days . . . Elvis has left the building: Jockey Elvis Trujillo will move his tack Monday from Santa Anita to ride regularly at Monmouth Park in New Jersey. Through 17 racing days, Trujillo, who won his 2,000th career race here on May 9, had five wins from 48 mounts . . . Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Texas Red worked four furlongs for Keith Desormeaux Saturday in 49.80, while Santa Anita Oaks winner Stellar Wind went five furlongs under birthday boy Victor Espinoza (43 today) in 1:01.80 for John Sadler.  Laz Barrera winner Kentuckian, prepping for the $350,000 Los Alamitos Derby at 1 1/8 miles on July 4, went four furlongs in a bullet 46 flat for Jerry Hollendorfer, who also sent California Derby winner Cross the Line seven furlongs in 1:26 for the Grade III Affirmed Stakes on June 7 . . . Bolo, who finished an eventful 12th in the Kentucky Derby, worked five furlongs on a firm turf course in 1:04 under Rafael Bejarano. Trainer Carla Gaines has the son of Temple City ticketed for the Grade I, $1,250,000 Belmont Derby Invitational at 1 ¼ miles on turf July 4 . . . Jockey Gonzalo Nicolas loses his five-pound apprentice allowance on Monday, Memorial Day, and begins riding as a journeyman next Friday . . . Congrats to TVG’s Christina Blacker and her husband, trainer Dan, on the birth of a five-pound, 11-ounce baby girl this morning . . . Santa Anita will race through Monday’s holiday, then be dark for live racing Tuesday through Thursday and return with live racing Friday at 4 p.m. There will be simulcast racing Thursday, June 4, with free parking and free General Admission . . . Santa Anita will host a book signing of John Perrotta‘s new publication, “Racetracker,” from 12 noon to 2 p.m. across from Champions! Gift Shop on Belmont Stakes Day, June 6. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund. . . Tom Quigley‘s guests Sunday and Monday at 11:20 a.m. in the East Paddock Gardens will be Frank R. Scatoni, co-author of Six Secrets of Successful Bettors, and TVG analyst Nick (The Sarge) Hines . . . Little Red Feather Racing has three horses in today’s stakes: Rocko’s Wheel, who makes his turf debut in the Snow Chief; Sheer Pleasure, who seeks back-to-back stakes wins in the Melair; and Chati’s On Top, gunning for three straight when he runs in the Snow Chief . . . And there’s the gag about a confused bettor at Golden Gate Fields who didn’t know whether to play a horse trained by Jonathan Wong or Blaine Wright, because “he didn’t know Wong from Wright.” Dan Hendricks831038%$71,890 ASHLEYLUVSSUGAR FAVORED IN WHITTINGHAMAshleyluvssugar seeks his third straight win, his second straight stakes win and his second in a row at a mile and a half when he runs in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 Charles Whittingham Stakes for three year olds and up at 1 ½ miles on turf.The 4-year-old California-bred gelding won the Grade II San Luis Rey at a mile and a half on March 21.“I’ll just leave up to Gary,” trainer Peter Eurton said, addressing tactics and referring to Gary Stevens, who was aboard in the San Luis Rey for a 2 ¼-length upset over favored Finnegans Wake. “He knows the horse pretty well.“We got a decent enough draw on the outside (five in a field of five). At a mile and a half you never see a lot of pace. It just all comes down to who’s a little too eager. That’s why they’re going a mile and a half. It’s wait, wait, wait and run.”The field for the Whittingham, race three of nine: Divine Oath, Rafael Bejarano, 5-2; Crucero, Kent Desormeaux, 20-1; Ganesh, Flavien Prat, 5-2; Going Somewhere, Mike Smith, 7-2; and Ashleyluvssugar, Gary Stevens, 6-5. William Spawr1432221%$86,110 Bob Baffert1542227%$183,310 Edwin Maldonado55712913%$273,930 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Robertino Diodoro1832317%$109,990 Mario Gutierrez2432513%$162,128 Martin Garcia1742224%$111,050 Drayden Van Dyke4574516%$277,888 Elvis Trujillo4854710%$260,170 EURTON IS SWEET ON FAVORITE IN WHITTINGHAMDISTINCTIV PASSION BACK HOME FOR LA STAKESESPINOZA, BAFFERT INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE AT STRONACH MEDIATALAMO HOPES TO ‘WIN ONE FOR THE KNAPPER’ Tyler Baze9616122017%$678,360 Doug O’Neill521012519%$453,528center_img MALDONADO SAYS DISTINCTIV PASSION BACK ON COURSEEdwin Maldonado expects Distinctiv Passion to make amends when the front-running Florida-bred goes in Monday’s Grade III, $100,000 Los Angeles Stakes for 3-year-olds and up at six furlongs.The 5-year-old With Distinction horse never got untracked in the five furlong Al Quoz Sprint on a “good” turf course in Dubai on March 28, finishing 13th of 16.“The grass was too long and wet, and he just couldn’t get a grip, not at all,” said Maldonado, who has ridden Distinctiv Passion in 12 of his 16 career starts, winning seven.“He came back well after the trip to Dubai and he likes this track,” Maldonado said. “He’s been training lights out.”Distinctiv Passion, trained by Jeff Bonde for owners Edward Brown, Alan Klein and Phil Lebherz, has four wins and a third from seven starts at Santa Anita, including the San Pedro Stakes in January 2013 and the Grade III Midnight Lute last Dec. 27.The Los Angeles field: Five Palms, Martin Garcia, 4-1; War Academy, Elvis Trujillo, 12-1; Spirit Rules, Iggy Puglisi, 12-1; Wild Dude, Rafael Bejarano, 8-5; Distinctiv Passion, Edwin Maldonado, 5-2; and San Onofre, Mike Smith, 9-5. Tiago Pereira2866321%$218,420 Brayan Pena373128%$71,730 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Richard Mandella2165229%$436,220 Mark Glatt2834411%$155,374 Alex Solis1533220%$156,010 Richard Baltas2883229%$374,820 Peter Miller38811121%$306,610 Santiago Gonzalez4841038%$188,226 Mike Smith2156124%$456,080 Vann Belvoir2535412%$123,890 Philip D’Amato2693335%$320,890 (Current Through Friday, May 22) Bruce Headley931033%$68,950 Martin Pedroza523766%$189,394 John Sadler3556514%$204,758 Eddie Truman1151145%$145,150 Joseph Talamo651431322%$449,798 Rafael Bejarano6815161322%$687,802 -30-last_img read more

  • Sam Mayes Goes on Epic Rant About Oklahoma State Football

    first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Former Oklahoma State offensive lineman turned sports radio host Sam Mayes is not pleased. He went on a crazy rant on Wednesday about how everybody needs to stop being satisfied with this team (which is 4-0 through four games). Among the best quotes …“[The Texas game] looked like a rottweiler trying to hump a football for four quarters.”“I’m sorry that my expectations for my university which I love and give a whole lot of money to every year are higher than having a freaking beer. I’m so sick of that.”The way it ended was unbelievable.“I get people texting me and tweeting me ‘you’re too hard on Oklahoma State’ — double birds to you and everybody else. Go Pokes. I’m out.”AdChoices广告You can listen at the top of the page.[Orange Factor]Audio Playerhttp://www.pistolsfiringblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Sams-message-to-OSU-fans.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.last_img read more