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first_img“Before, I couldn’t even walk up a flight of stairs without feeling out of breath,” said Sparkes, a salesman from Weston-Super-Mare, in England.Prior to his weight loss, Sparkes was eating a whopping 6,000 calories a day and led a completely sedentary lifestyle, saying, “The furthest I’d walk is from work down to the shop to get food.He detailed his food intake on a typical day:4 pieces of toast before work; a bacon roll, a Coke, and some chips mid-morning; half-pound burger and fries or massive sandwich and family-sized bag of potato chips for lunch; snack mid-afternoon with chips and chocolate from the vending machine; then start snacking on more chips the second he got home from work.For dinner, he recalls, “I’d order takeaway, typically a massive pizza, and later on I’d watch television and eat popcorn.”“I’d also drink about two liters of Coke every day. I just couldn’t stop. I got in a really bad rut.”SWNSHis doctor was actually shocked that he didn’t have any underlying health issues, but warned him that it was only a matter of time until he would develop diabetes and joint problems.“I’d only just had my second child and I was worried I wouldn’t be around for my children,” he told SWNS.Rob Sparkes before his weight loss –SWNSSo in September of 2019, he changed his diet and started trying to lose weight.LOOK: Vicar Overcomes His Vertigo To Climb 165-feet to the Top Of His Church Spire, Calling it ‘Exhilarating’ “I don’t really snack at all anymore. I eat a lot of chicken and veggies.”After losing some weight, Sparkes turned his attention to his physical fitness.In March of 2020, he started running using the Couch to 5K app and joined a running club. On December 20th he ran his first marathon.“It was meant to be an official one, but they all got postponed due to Covid, so my running club did an unofficial one.”RELATED: American Woman Became First Paralyzed Veteran to Complete a Marathon Using a Robotic Exoskeleton“I had my wife and kids there waiting for me at the end, and it felt amazing. I ran it in five hours and 24 minutes, but I ran the whole thing.”He has four marathons booked for 2021 and runs a half marathon on most weekends to stay in shape.Rob Sparkes runs after weight loss – SWNSHe also raised £1,280 for the Alzheimer Society by hiking the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge—a 25-mile hike up the 3 highest peaks in Yorkshire.Sparkes says that his wife has played a big role in his success by being so supportive.“She was worried when she saw me gaining weight, but there was no stress or strain with the marriage,” he said. But, she “absolutely loves the weight loss.”CHECK OUT: Coffee Could Be Used to Fight Obesity, Says ‘Pioneering’ New StudyNow that he’s achieved his fitness goals and lost the weight, Sparkes is looking into reconstructive surgery to remove his excess skin.After 2021 he also plans to begin training for his first ultramarathon, a 50-mile race that only the most hardcore runners ever attempt.SHARE the Inspiration For Smart Eating on Social Media…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreIn just 15 months, this 441-pound man who couldn’t fit in a theater seat lost 228 pounds and completed a full marathon.Rob Sparkes before and after his weight loss – SWNSThe motivation to change came when the 31-year-old recognized that he didn’t have the energy to play with his two young children.Since that realization a little over a year ago, Rob Sparkes has changed his eating habits, taken up running during the pandemic, and he now weighs just 216 pounds.last_img read more

first_imgLinkedIn The use of integrative medicine interventions leads to significant improvements in patient activation and patient-reported outcomes in the treatment of chronic pain, depression, and stress, according to a new report released by The Bravewell Collaborative. The findings are based on data collected by the Patients Receiving Integrative Medicine Interventions Effectiveness Registry (PRIMIER), the first-ever patient registry on integrative medicine.“We are encouraged by these early results, and we see tremendous potential for PRIMIER to provide evidence-based research that will improve healthcare quality by pinpointing the most effective practices in integrative medicine,” said Donald I. Abrams, M.D., lead author and integrative oncologist at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California San Francisco.Using data from PRIMIER, researchers found that the use of integrative medicine yielded an increase in the Patient Activation Measure (PAM), which assesses to what degree patients believe they have the knowledge, skill, and confidence to take action to improve their health, and whether they are likely to maintain positive self-care actions over time. Over six months, the percentage of patients with low levels of patient activation decreased from 29 percent to 17 percent, while those with higher levels of activation increased from 71 percent to 83 percent. Previous research has found that higher scores on the PAM are strongly related to improvements in clinical outcomes such as less pain, an increase in utilization of prevention screenings, and a reduction in emergency room visits. Share Email Share on Twittercenter_img Pinterest Share on Facebook After reviewing the prospective data from 369 patients over six months, researchers also found significant reductions in patients’ perception of depression and stress. In 179 of these patients who were being treated for chronic pain, researchers also found statistically significant decreases in pain severity and a 28 percent decrease in the degree to which pain interfered with quality of life.PRIMIER is the first nationwide database of its kind, and is able to evaluate patient-reported outcomes over time – such as quality of life, pain, mood, and stress – for patients who supplement conventional medical care with therapies such as acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic, biofeedback, nutrition, massage, and mindfulness. The registry combines de-identified patient-reported data with information from the Electronic Health Records (EHR) from each participating center, documenting patient visit details, procedures offered, diagnosis and patient pain-assessment score. Developed and managed by BraveNet, a practice-based research network comprised of 14 integrative medicine centers based at some of the nation’s leading hospitals and medical centers, the registry has enrolled more than 1,600 patients to date.With its growing database, PRIMIER will evaluate whether patient-reported outcomes differ with the frequency and duration of each particular intervention, while also tracking variables based on multiple characteristics of the participants, such as age, gender, ethnicity, race, clinical condition, and PAM level. Data is based on patient response to questionnaires comparing their baseline with results at 2, 4, and 6 months, and up to two years.“PRIMIER is a cost-effective tool to accelerate research on integrative medicine,” said Benjamin Kligler, M.D., M.P.H., associate professor of clinical family and social medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and chair of BraveNet. “The registry offers us the unique opportunity to assess the effectiveness of integrative medicine interventions in a wide variety of clinical conditions in real-world settings.”last_img read more

first_imgThis marks another important milestone of Agility’s development in the European Nordics, following the acquisition of Oy O. Nyström & Co. AB in Finland and CF GeoLogistics A/S in Denmark, and the opening of fully owned offices in Oslo in the last 18 months.According to a company statement, the set-up of air and ocean businesses leverages the synergies of combined freight across Norway for customers. The set-up of Agility’s own operating entity for all air and ocean business in Norway means that the previous arrangements via Bring Logistics have been terminated and all business is transferred back to Agility.”Seen in the light of our growth strategy and the aim to strongly increase Agility’s market share for all transport modes within Norway – air, ocean and road – the time is perfectly right”, says Mats Nordin, managing director Agility Nordics. “We are confident that we will emerge as a stronger company from the current downturn.”last_img read more

first_img Related Topics2018 Cleveland IndiansBrandon GuyerCarlos CarrascoDanny SalazarGiovanny UrshelaMichael BrantleyYan GomesYandy Diaz The Indians took on the Oakland Athletics today in Arizona and were defeated 7-3. Carlos Carrasco started Friday’s game against the Athletics and pitched in 4 innings, gave up 3 hits, allowed 2 earned runs, walked 2, and struck out 4 batters.Bradley Zimmer started off the game by hitting a leadoff homer, something that seems to be a trend for the Tribe’s leadoff hitters this spring.Today the Indians starting lineup looked a bit different, Giovanny Urshela started today’s game at first base and Yandy Diaz took over at third base.Today’s Tribe 9:Zimmer CFNaquin LFChisenhall RFNapoli DHPerez CDiaz 3BUrshela 1BStamets 2BGonzalez SS…………………Scheduled to pitch:CarrascoOgandoTorresRamirezBelisle— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) March 16, 2018This weekend the club is expected to travel to Los Vegas to face the Chicago Cubs in spring training action but Yan Gomes is not expected to make the trip according to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com.Indians manager Terry Francona commented on Gomes not making the trip:“His arm’s a little sore. It’s nothing. We don’t want him to have to carry this into the season. He’ll be OK.”Roberto Perez will not be making the trip either which gives catching prospect Eric Haase an opportunity this weekend. Haase commented on the opportunity:“I’m looking forward to it. However much time left I have up here, I’m going to take advantage of it. So, whether I was staying back or going up there, I think it’s a good thing.”Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com wrote a piece that states when Danny Salazar rejoins Cleveland Indians, the bullpen probably isn’t an option.Francona also commented on if he thinks Salazar going to the bullpen would be smart for the team:“It’s a good question. It’s a good idea. It’s certainly something we could visit if we need to. I don’t know if cautious is the right word, but if the same things that maybe have entered into him not making 30 starts (should happen) in the bullpen…On a routine, I think Danny would be great. I don’t know if you can have a routine when the season starts. If you told him we’re going to pitch you Monday Thursday and Sunday. He might just be lights out. I don’t know how you can do that during the season.”Francona spoke on if there is a target date yet for Michael Brantley to return to Cactus League Games:“No. He is going to do defensive work today and take balls off the bat. He is doing really well. I haven’t even asked, he is doing so well and I know he is chomping at the bit. I don’t want to put more pressure on the medical staff. I know Brant is pushing because he feels so good.”The Indians manager also commented on Brandon Guyer:“He is actually doing pretty well. He is graduating to full fledge batting practice. Soft toss, overhand toss, side toss, in the cage, and he is going to start taking regular batting practice. He has to play some though because he has been down, once we get him healthy we need to give him some at-bats.”Lastly, Francona commented on what he thinks of Tyler Naquin so far:“I thought he’s had a really good camp. Naquin never backs off of competition, and you like that in a guy. When he sees something he tries to go get it and we really respect that a lot.”On Saturday, Brad Mills will be managing one squad in Arizona against the Cubs and Trevor Bauer will make the start, that game will start at 4:05 pm EST. Francona will be taking a second squad to Nevada to face the Cubs also and Ryan Merritt will start, that game will be at 7:05 pm EST. Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com.center_img Payton Vincelast_img read more

first_imgRedshirt freshman QB Drew Barker and junior QB Patrick Towles autograph footballs during the University of Kentucky Football fan day at the Nutter Field House in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday August 8, 2015.Redshirt freshman QB Drew Barker and junior QB Patrick Towles autograph footballs during the University of Kentucky Football fan day at the Nutter Field House in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday August 8, 2015.LEXINGTON, Ky. — Junior quarterback Patrick Towles remained No. 1 on the depth chart released Monday two days after Mark Stoops acknowledged he had to consider other options at the position. Redshirt freshman Drew Barker was listed as Towles’ backup again.Sophomore running back Stanley “Boom” Williams returned to the depth chart after missing the Georgia game with an elbow injury. He was listed first at running back with an “or” between his name and sophomore running back Mikel Horton. There were no other changes on the pre-Vanderbilt depth chart, which you can see below:OFFENSEQuarterback14 – Patrick Towles (6-5, 240, Jr.)7 – Drew Barker (6-3, 225, RFr.)12 – Reese Phillips (6-2, 225, So.)Running back18 – Stanley “Boom” Williams (5-9, 196, So.)4 – Mikel Horton (6-2, 226, So.)3 – Jojo Kemp (5-10, 200, Jr.)22 – Sihiem King (5-9, 172, Fr.)Tight end87 – C.J. Conrad (6-5, 245, Fr.)86 – Darryl Long (6-4, 246, RFr.)Fullback48 – Will Tom Collins (5-11, 238, Jr.)49 – Tanner Fink (6-2, 233, Jr.)Wide receiver13 – Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.)6 – Blake Bone (6-5, 208, So.)82 – T.V. Williams (5-10, 155, So.)Wide receiver2 – Dorian Baker (6-3, 208, So.)9 – Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.)Wide receiver9 – Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.)1 – Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)88 – Charles Walker (5-11, 203, So.)Left tackle70 – Jordan Swindle (6-7, 309, Sr.)74 – Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.)Left guard68 – Nick Haynes (6-5, 308, So.)75 – Zach West (6-4, 309, Sr.)Center72 – Jon Toth (6-5, 310, Jr.)57 – Zach Myers (6-3, 300, Jr.)Right guard69 – Ramsey Meyers (6-4, 320, So.)74 – Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.)65 – Jervontius “Bunchy” Stallings (6-3, 335, RFr.)Right tackle73 – Kyle Meadows (6-5, 298, So.)64 – George Asafo-Adjei (6-5, 325, Fr.)DEFENSEDefensive end91 – Farrington Huguenin (6-4, 282, Sr.)94 – Courtney Miggins (6-5, 285, Jr.)92 – Alvonte Bell (6-5, 260, Jr.)Nose guard69 – Matt Elam (6-7, 260, So.)99 – Adrian Middleton (6-3, 295, RFr.)Defensive tackle67 – C.J. Johnson (6-3, 300, Sr.)96 – Regie Meant (6-4, 302, So.)Defensive end/outside linebacker47 – Jabari Johnson (6-1, 272, Sr.)35 – Denzil Ware (6-2, 255, RFr.)Strongside linebacker6 – Jason Hatcher (6-3, 252, Jr.)41 – Josh Allen (6-5, 210, Fr.)Middle linebacker45 – Josh Forrest (6-3, 255, Sr.)34 – Jordan Jones (6-2, 215, Fr.)Weakside linebacker22 – Khalid Henderson (6-2, 235, Sr.)Or 33 – Ryan Flannigan (6-2, 225, Sr.)34 – Jordan Jones (6-2, 215, Fr.)Nickel24 – Blake McClain (5-11, 195, Jr.)5 – Kendall Randolph (6-0, 180, So.)Cornerback21 – Chris Westry (6-4, 185, Fr.)11 – J.D. Harmon (6-2, 197, Jr.)3 – Fred Tiller (6-0, 180, Sr.)Safety15 – Marcus McWilson (6-0, 208, Jr.)24 – Blake McClain (5-11, 195, Jr.)Safety27 – Mike Edwards (6-0, 200, RFr.)1 – A.J. Stamps (6-0, 205, Sr.)Cornerback29 – Derrick Baity (6-3, 180, Fr.)5 – Kendall Randolph (6-0, 180, So.)Or 16 – Cody Quinn (5-10, 180, Sr.)SPECIAL TEAMSKicker99 – Austin MacGinnis (5-10, 175, So.)95 – Miles Butler (5-9, 171, RFr.)Punter9 – Landon Foster (6-1, 178, Sr.)93 – Bryan Kirshe (6-0, 150, RFr.)Kickoff returner22 – Sihiem King (5-9, 172, Fr.)11 – J.D. Harmon (6-2, 197, Jr.)1 – Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)13 – Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.)Punt returner1 – Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)82 – T.V. Williams (5-10, 155, So.)Snapper59 – Kelly Mason (6-3, 235, Sr.)Holder12 – Reese Phillips (6-2, 225, So.)last_img read more

first_imgIn the most lopsided defeat of her career, Williams’ disappointing night ended in less than an hour as she lost her opening match of the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic on Tuesday night to Johanna Konta, 6-1, 6-0.When the 52-minute match ended on Williams’ forehand into the net, she quickly grabbed her gear and headed off the court. She had never won only one game — she won her serve for the initial game Tuesday then not another. She got two games at the 2014 WTA finals in Singapore, falling 6-0, 6-2 to Simona Halep.“I know I can play a zillion times better so that kind of helps out, too. I have so many things on my mind I don’t have time to be shocked about a loss that clearly wasn’t at my best right now,” Williams said. “When I was out there, was fighting. That’s the only thing I can say, I wasn’t just like giving it away and I was moving a lot better. So I’m just trying to take the positives out of it.”While Williams was encouraged by her court coverage, she hardly looked like herself on a cool summer evening. She double-faulted and landed drop shots in the net. Williams missed returns and sprayed her groundstrokes long and wide.Konta, who captured her first WTA title two years ago at Stanford, got on a roll with a quick first set and didn’t take a chance in letting Williams get back in it. Konta closed the first game of the second with consecutive aces under 100 mph.“I think she played well in the second set,” Williams said. “I wasn’t sharp at all in the first set and I think she got confident and clearly ran away with it.”The sixth-seeded Williams is a three-time champion in the Bay Area. This marked the fifth tournament for the 36-year-old Williams since giving birth to her daughter, Alexis Olympia, last September. It’s her first tournament since her straight-set Wimbledon loss to Angelique Kerber.Williams shrugged in disbelief when things went well, and when they didn’t. She gestured with her hand when the ball hit the lowest part of the net.Williams had moments of brilliant shot-making to win long rallies, then would put a drop shot into the net and sigh in disappointment.The good shots were to be celebrated.She pumped her left arm and yelled “yes!” after winning the first point of the second game in the second. Williams then outlasted Konta for a long third point but was unable to hold serve.“It’s difficult, I guess. It’s not I guess, for sure,” she said of trying to find that consistency again.Williams, wearing a long-sleeved red dress and headband and cheered by the pro-Williams crowd, lost her second service game in the initial set and Konta then held for 3-1 as Williams made unforced errors with her timing not quite consistently there on the serve and ground game.In the sixth game of the first set, Konta hit a 101 mph ace for ad then Williams got it back to deuce before Konta held for 5-1.Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam champion, returned to the Bay Area event for what is the former Stanford WTA stop that moved to San Jose State University for the first time.Big sister Venus is also playing here this week.From here, Serena Williams goes to Montreal next week as she received a wild card into the Rogers Cup.Following her loss in the Wimbledon final to Angelique Kerber, Williams said she had proven to herself that she could still compete to win Grand Slams.Her next Grand Slam title would tie her with Margaret Court for the most with 24. She already has the most major trophies in the professional era.Williams was treated for frightening blood clots after having her baby. At the All England Club, she wore special compression leggings as a precaution. SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Serena Williams walked off the court offering waves to a supportive Bay Area crowd that certainly didn’t expect to see the 23-time Grand Slam champion’s early exit. Serena Williams, of the United States, returns the ball to Johanna Konta, from Britain, during the first set of a match at the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic tennis tournament in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Konta won 6-1, 6-0. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)last_img read more

first_imgThe NHL will celebrate Black History Month for the first time, shifting its focus in February from its wide-ranging “Hockey Is For Everyone” campaign to emphasize racial diversity in the sport.The league and NHL Players’ Association will announce the joint initiative Friday morning. It includes a traveling mobile museum devoted to the history of minorities in hockey predating Willie O’Ree breaking the color barrier in 1958 and going up to the present day. The museum will debut outside Madison Square Garden in New York on Saturday.As part of this, “Hockey Is For Everyone” is expanding to year-round. March will be gender-equality month, and the plan is to add acknowledgement of Hispanic heritage and “First Nations” next season.There are roughly 20 Black players currently on NHL rosters, though executive vice president of social impact, growth initiatives and legislative affairs Kim Davis said there is strong minority representation at youth levels.“I think a focus like this during Black History Month will affirm those many kids of color that are already playing our game,” Davis said. “I think we often underestimate the pipeline of talent that is already involved in our game.”USA Hockey only recently began collecting data on player participation by race, so it will take some time to show if the sport that is predominantly white at its highest levels is making inroads. Davis added that another aim is to educate all fans of the contributions of non-white players during hockey’s history.O’Ree, who has worked since 1996 as NHL diversity ambassador and director of youth development, says he’s proud the league is celebrating black history and has seen progress in more kids playing hockey over his two decades on the job.Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones, one of several Black stars who will be the subject of video specials this month, said “important conversations and perspectives will be shared as part of the Black History Month celebration.”Predators defenseman P.K. Subban, Sharks forward Evander Kane and Hall of Famers Grant Fuhr and Angela James will also be among those featured.___Follow AP Hockey Writer Stephen Whyno on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SWhyno___More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Winnipeg Jets’ Adam Lowry (17) chases Columbus Blue Jackets’ Seth Jones (3) around the net during the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP) Winnipeg Jets’ Adam Lowry (17) chases Columbus Blue Jackets’ Seth Jones (3) around the net during the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (John Woods/The Canadian Press via AP)last_img read more

first_imgGalway United progressed to the second round of the EA Sports Cup with a two goal victory over Athlone Town in Eamon Deacy Park last night. Second half goals from Alberto Cabanyes and Wilson Waweru led Alan Murphy’s side to victory after a much improved effort after half time. A hard fought encounter remained scoreless at the break with Dylan Sacramento coming the closest to breaking the deadlock for United when his shot from outside the box just flew over the crossbar. Goalkeeper Micheal Schlingermann and captain Shane Duggan were the only players retained from last weekend’s league draw in Wexford, while next up for United is a home game against Cabinteely in the Airtricity League First Division on Friday night. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

first_img As a team, SFA posted a 1-over 289 for the third-straight round, closing out the 54-hole event at 3-over 867 and finishing nine strokes better than both Arkansas-Little Rock and UT-Arlington, which tied for fourth at 12-over 876. Saint Mary’s captured the team title with a 6-under 858, finishing one stroke better than rival Sam Houston State’s 5-under 859. Pugh spearheaded the rest of the Lumberjacks in Bastrop, finishing 16 shots better than teammates Luke Sheehan and Tony Underwood, both of which tied for 36th overall with a 7-over 223. Nathan Weant tied for 46th with an 8-over 224 while Bradley Phelps closed out the tournament with a 12-over 228. Pugh entered the final 18 holes tied for first with a 6-under 136, then proceeded to card a 3-under 69 over the final round to clinch the individual title. The 9-under 207 shattered his previous career low of 210, set at the 2013 Houston Baptist Husky Invitational, while the 207 is tied for the second-lowest 54 hole total in program history, tying former teammate Mitchell McLeroy (2012), Brian Grossman (2003) and Trevor Sauntry (2002). BASTROP, Texas – Senior Blake Pugh captured the second individual tournament title of his career, shooting a career-low 9-under 207 to win the 2015 Jim West Intercollegiate. Pugh paced Stephen F. Austin to a third-place finish as the Lumberjacks finished the 54-hole event with a 3-over 867. It is the second tournament title for Pugh, who captured the individual crown at the 2014 Incarnate Word James Litz Memorial last March. Pugh now has 10 top-10 finishes for his Lumberjack career and 24 top-20 showings as he becomes the third SFA golfer to claim an individual tournament title this season (Baxter Ward and Luke Sheehan tied for the ASU Fall Beach Classic title in November). Up next for SFA is a trip to Bryan, Texas, competing in the 2015 Texas A&M Reveille Challenge. The one-day event will be a 36-hole tournament, getting underway Sunday morning at the Traditions Golf Club. It will be the final tune-up for the Lumberjacks before the 2015 Southland Conference Championships, being held April 20-22 in McKinney, Texas. The Bearkats and Lumberjacks finished 1-2 among the Southland Conference schools competing in the event as Central Arkansas placed 12th with a 30-over 894. Houston Baptist finished 13th (44-over 908) with Abilene Christian placing 15th (56-over 920).last_img read more

first_imgThe driver suspected of injuring a Donegal garda and killing an innocent man in Co Monaghan, was “wanted” in relation to another hit-and-run charge.Gardaí are investigating after father-of-two Stephen Marron (47) was killed when an out-of-control Audi A6 crashed into his parked car on Main Street in Castleblayney on Tuesday night.It has now emerged that the man arrested in relation to the incident was suspected of being involved in another car crash with the same garda in 2010. A 34-year-old man from Co Armagh was last night being questioned in relation to the crash that killed Mr Marron and left Letterkenny-born Gda Michael Devlin (31) hospitalised with serious injuries.A bench warrant was in place for the arrest of the man since January 2011, when he failed to show up at a district court in Co Monaghan in relation to a terrifying incident that happened on November 20, 2010.During the hit-and-run eight years ago, Gda Devlin was injured when a car collided with his patrol vehicle at Latlorcan, Co Monaghan.Garda Michael Devlin who is originally from Letterkenny.The driver then left the scene but was arrested nearby on suspicion of drink driving and driving without insurance. The suspect was charged and failed to appear in court on a second hearing. Then on Tuesday night – eight years after that incident – the suspect arrived in Castleblayney garda station on an unrelated issue.He was recognised by Gda Devlin, but the suspect then left the station and the garda followed him.When he tried to leave, Gda Devlin tried to stop the car but was dragged from the station to the Main Street around 500m away.Garda Devlin had only been in Castleblayney station because he had earlier been involved in investigating a separate drink-driving incident.Video footage shows the Audi car driving onto the Main Street at 11.21pm. As the car turns onto the street, the driver side door swings open, but closes before the car starts veering towards the Blue Skoda Octavia. The Audi appears to pick up speed right before impact with Mr Marron’s car, smashing into the rear.Mr Marron’s Skoda crashes into a pole while the Audi continues for several more metres before coming to a stop.As two Garda cars respond to the scene, the 34-year-old driver steps out of the car and puts his hand into his pocket, before raising his arms.Gda Devlin can be seen staggering from the passenger side of the car, and collapses before being helped by a passer-by. He was released from hospital yesterday and his injuries are not understood to be serious.Driver of car which injured Donegal Garda was wanted was last modified: November 30th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:arrestedcrashdonegalGarda Michael DevlinMonaghanlast_img read more

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