DJ Uiagalelei becomes first Tiger to sign with agent

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The first player in Clemson’s football history to sign with an agency and still be eligible to play college sports is QB DJ Uiagalelei. Uiagalelei, the second-year quarterback from Inland Empire, Calif., Announced he had signed a deal with Vayner Sports on Friday afternoon. Uiagalelei has revealed that he will work with his family...

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Places Leisure opens £ 22million Camberley Leisure Center with extensive health and wellness facilities

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By Tom Walker 02 Jul 2021 Places Leisure has opened the doors of its new £ 22million leisure center in Camberley following an 18-month construction project. The centre’s facilities include a 160-station gymnasium, a fully immersive group cycling studio, three group exercise studios, and an air-conditioned hot yoga studio. In addition to two swimming...

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Duterte accepts Parlade’s resignation as NTF-ELCAC spox

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte (File photo) MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte has accepted the resignation of Army Lieutenant-General Antonio Parlade Jr. as spokesperson for the government’s counterinsurgency task force, Malacañang said Thursday. Parlade tendered his resignation as spokesperson for the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflicts (NTF-ELCAC) “a month ago” to...

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The Flowr Corporation Announces Sales Agency Agreement with

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TORONTO, June 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Flowr Corporation (TSX.V: FLWR; OTC: FLWPF) (“Flower“or the”Company“) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Green Hedge Education & Distribution Services Ltd. (“Green hedge”) To act as the Company’s external sales agent providing coverage to authorized cannabis wholesalers and retailers across Canada....

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Team Pacquiao plays down Paradigm lawsuit for breach of contract – Tempo – Nation’s fastest growing newspaper

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Senator Manny Pacquiao with Per Audie Attar of Paradigm Sports Management. By CARLO ANOLIN Ready and unfazed. Senator Manny Pacquiao’s camp has said he is ready to defend the boxing icon after Paradigm Sports Management allegedly sued him for breach of contract. In a statement, Dale Kinsella, Pacquiao’s attorney, said Paradigm’s complaint “is a...

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Government sets up registry of coconut tax assets

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Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III MANILA – In accordance with its mandate under Republic Law 11524, the government established the Coconut Tax Asset Registry to monitor the condition of assets, including their fruits, acquired through of the multibillion-peso coconut tax fund. RA 11524 established the Trust Fund Management Committee (TFMC) to oversee the use...

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Name / image compensation for student-athletes proposed

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HARRISBURG Pennsylvania college athletes could receive compensation for their name, image, and likeness in proposed legislation associated with the new state budget. PennLive.com reports that a document obtained from the State House Republican Appropriations Committee and related to the state budget contains language saying that a student athlete “may earn compensation” for their “name,...

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Mountain Valley Now Offers Hospice and Symptom Management for Patients | News, Sports, Jobs

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GLOVERSVILLE – After more than 30 years of providing end-of-life care in Fulton, Montgomery, Saratoga and Hamilton counties, Mountain Valley is announcing a new Symptom Management Care Team that will provide support in your community home. “We are delighted to be able to offer expanded services to patients at home, with personalized, person-centered care...

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Senate Hearings on Student-Athlete Name, Image and Likeness Rights Show Broad Support for Federal NIL Legislation, But Much Disagreement Over Scope of Legislation Remains | Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

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The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held two hearings in June to consider federal legislative proposals that would allow varsity athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness (“NONE”). Written testimony submitted prior to the hearings, as well as live testimony, also touched on related topics, such as efforts to improve health...

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Aim for Matt Dumba instead of Seth Jones

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When it comes to building an NHL team, you almost always need an elite center and a great goalie. But when it comes to other positions in high demand, it’s hard to find talented right-handed defenders. Between 2021 NHL Free Agency, a flat cap, and the unique pressures of Seattle Kraken’s expansion draft, it...

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AFL news 2021, Gold Coast Suns trade, roster management, players out of contract, free agency, deals, AFL draft, trade period

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Gold Coast will offer its first cap in the November national draft to rival clubs in hopes it can attract an experienced player to the club. Foxfooty.com.au understands that the Suns have prioritized a key forward to partner with Ben King during this year’s trade period and would be willing to offload their valuable...

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Bill proposes nationwide referral system to hospitals

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MANILA – A national referral and referral system that will strengthen the provision of a health care delivery system is contained in Bill 9633, which aims to institutionalize and expand the scope of the ordering system. ‘just one hospital. With the establishment of the National Patient Referral and Referral System (NPNRS), patients can navigate...

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SWISA relays set for Monday

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EDWARDSVILLE – The swim competition that most Southwestern Illinois Swim Association coaches call the funniest competition of the season opens Monday. The annual SWISA relays are scheduled for Monday at 6 p.m. (5 p.m. warm-ups) at the Sunset Hills Country Club in Edwardsville. The competition, which only features relay matches, is a welcome break...

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PH and Pfizer sign supply agreement for 40 million doses

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Pfizer-BionNTech (Photo courtesy of Anadolu) MANILA – The Philippine government made the largest vaccine purchase for 2021 with the signing of a supply agreement for 40 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. This was announced on Sunday by the national task force against the chief secretary for the implementation of Covid-19, Carlito Galvez Jr .....

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The EJK survey must start in PH, not in ICC

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MANILA – The Philippines, and not the International Criminal Court (ICC), must be the first to investigate alleged extrajudicial killings (EJK) in its territory. The country cannot be private and preempted to conduct its investigation, according to the Legal Cooperation Group (LCC) of the National Working Group to End Local Armed Conflicts (NTF-ELCAC) which...

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Milkha Singh: the greatest of Indian athletes

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Milkha Singh is no more. The 91-year-old sprinting legend, whom generations of Indian sports fans have come to know, died in Chandigarh on June 18 due to post-COVID complications. Or quite simply, he didn’t want to live without Nirmal, his 58-year-old soul mate and partner who died five days earlier on June 13. He...

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Probe to find out how a pvt agency contracted for Covid testing in Mahakumbh | Latest India News

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Haridwar / Dehradun Police formed a Special Investigative Team (SIT) on Friday to investigate allegations of 100,000 fake Covid-19 tests carried out during the Mahakumbh in April as investigators focused on how an unknown private agency had got the contract at the high-profile event. Haridwar Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) Senthil Avoodai K Raj...

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Ohio State names Athletes of the Year

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MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – JANUARY 11: Justin Fields No.1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes leaves the field after the College Football Playoff National Championship game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Hard Rock Stadium on January 11, 2021 in Miami Gardens, In Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images) Three Ohio State soccer...

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Former Bucks County transgender student-athlete shares post about transitioning to an authentic self

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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – The U.S. Department of Education on Wednesday broadened its interpretation of federal sexual protections to include transgender and gay students, a move that reverses Trump-era politics and opposes proposals by many states to prohibit transgender girls from participating in school sports. In a new policy directive, the ministry said that discrimination...

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High Index 2021 Senior | U Daily

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Article by Dena Hillison Photo by Kathy F. Atkinson June 16, 2021 For Alexis Garhart, of Belle Mead, New Jersey, the University of Delaware has always felt like a second home. Her parents are Double Dels who met in first grade within four hours of arriving on campus. When Garhart decided to go to...

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Launch of the ASG former bandits integration program

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INTEGRATION PROGRAM. Marine Battalion Landing Team-7 (MBLT-7) in collaboration with the Municipal Task Force to End Local Armed Conflicts (MTF-ELAC) from Kalingalan Caluang, Sulu, Launches Local Social Integration Program (LSIP) to encourage former members of the Abu Sayyaf group to embrace a new and productive life on Monday, June 14, 2021. In the photo,...

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Support from the European Space Agency relaunches LiveEO’s product development and enables it to become a market leader

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BERLIN–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – About 17 months after the initial proposal of the European Space Agency (ESA) Commercial Applications Program, Earth observation company LiveEO successfully concluded its Demonstration project, proving the commercial viability of its solution using space technology. ESA’s support to LiveEO throughout the implementation of the project played an important role in bringing...

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Lindsey Washington promoted to director of basketball operations

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History links STEPHENVILLE – Tarleton women’s basketball promoted Lindsey Washington to the director of basketball operations, as announced by the head coach Misty Wilson Monday. The 2021-22 season will be Washington’s fifth year with Tarleton women’s basketball. She has been the team’s graduate manager for the past two seasons after ending a four-year playing...

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Mojo Marketing channel marketing agency changes name to Mojenta

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The agency added new programs for specific types of distribution companies. Long-time marketing agency Mojo Marketing has changed its name to Mojenta to reflect its “maturity”. The name change comes with a new logo, branding and website. The rebranding reflects the evolution of the channel marketing agency, a desire to differentiate itself further from...

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Former Noel Clarke Agent Gary O’Sullivan Launches New Talent Management Company Accelerate (EXCLUSIVE)

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Noel Clarkeformer agent Gary O’Sullivan started his own talent management company, Variety can exclusively reveal. The Accelerate Management company was launched last month. O’Sullivan previously worked at 42 Management & Production, where he replaced Clarke among other leading actors including Emily Beecham (“The Pursuit of Love”) and Tom Felton (“Harry Potter”). O’Sullivan split from...

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Bulls set to sue Talen Horton-Tucker in free agency

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Chicago Bulls are going to be busy this offseason as they look to challenge themselves in the Eastern Conference. With a top duo of Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic, the Bulls now need to add more talent around their star tandem. One player they should be targeting this NBA...

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Our Take: It’s Time to Unmask NM’s Student-Athletes

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Editor’s Note: This editorial first appeared in the Albuquerque Journal. It was written by members of the editorial board and is unsigned because it represents the opinion of the journal rather than that of the authors. We modified it slightly to make it suitable for the Observer. Rio Rancho Watcher As COVID cases remain...

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Joint United Nations Press Release – United Nations Agencies in Sudan Reach Conflict-Affected Communities in Non-Government-Controlled Areas for First Time in a Decade [EN/AR] – Sudan

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KHARTOUM – For the first time in ten years, United Nations humanitarian agencies have been able to access conflict-affected communities in the five non-governmental areas controlled by the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Sudan-North (SPLM-N) El Hilu in the South Kordofan and Blue Nile States in Sudan. A series of humanitarian missions to...

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Athlete mental health of concern at pandemic Olympics

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TOKYO – The COVID-19 pandemic has dominated discussions around the Tokyo Olympics, but the mental well-being of athletes is also a health issue for visiting teams. In addition to the pressure of competition this summer, measures to reduce the spread of the virus mean that athletes will have little opportunity to let off steam....

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Russia is testing COVID-19 vaccine as nasal spray for children – agencies

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Alexander Gintsburg, director of the Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology, shows vials of Sputnik-V vaccine against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during an interview with Reuters in Moscow, Russia, on 24 September 2020. (Archive photo by REUTERS) MOSCOW – Russia has tested a nasal spray form of its COVID-19 vaccine that is suitable...

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Denver’s own Dingman group allows professional athletes, coaches and entire NFL franchises like the Chargers and Raiders to move smoothly

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Getting around the country is complicated. There is a house to pack and maybe sell, a new house to find, furniture to transport, cars to maintain and the list goes on. By multiplying these steps by a few hundred people and adding trucks full of fitness and medical equipment, the value of computers and...

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Utah Olympic Bid Committee lets athletes take the lead

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Nathan Chen, Lindsay Vonn among the 10 appointed to the advisory committee; Four-time Olympic speed skater Catherine Raney Norman has been named president. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune File) Olympic speed skater Catherine Raney Norman chats with Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall after a press conference announcing Utah’s next steps towards...

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Kiren Rijiju launches athlete injury management system

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Union Youth and Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Friday launched the Central Athlete Injury Management System (CAIMS), a unique initiative of the ministry, aimed at streamlining sports medicine and rehabilitation support offered to athletes. The central committee of CAIMS includes eminent high-end experts such as SKS Marya, Dinshaw Pardiwala, BV Srinivas and Shrikant Iyengar....

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Athletes qualified for the Tokyo Games

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A total of 244 athletes have so far qualified for the U.S. Olympic team, which is expected to be more than 500 total athletes at the opening ceremony on July 23. Many qualified athletes were due to be reconfirmed by their national governing body and the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee after the Olympics...

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Canterbury Multi-Use Arena Noise Management Rules Ready for Ministerial Approval

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Christchurch City Council has informed that changes to the planning rules for handling noise from the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) during concerts and major events will be sent for ministerial approval after being accepted at the meeting of today’s board. Planning and Strategic Transportation Manager David Griffiths notes that “while it is vitally important...

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Margielyn Didal qualifies for the Tokyo Olympics

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Skateboarding champion Margielyn Didal (File photo) MANILA – Skater Margielyn Didal became the 10th Filipino athlete to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics after World Skate, the international sports association for skateboarding and other roller sports, released the latest world rankings. Didal maintained her 13th place ranking in the street women category despite missing a...

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Olympic athletes remain ready for upcoming Tokyo Games

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MEMPHIS, Tennessee (WMC) – There are less than 50 days until the start of the Tokyo Olympics, and there is still controversy over whether the games will actually be played or not. Whether it’s concerns from the host country or participating countries, COVID-19 and vaccination rates are at the center of the hesitation for...

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