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Construction work to repair the Lorain breakwater located in Lake Erie in the Port of Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio, is now underway, according to the Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District.USACE began repairs to the Lorain breakwater on May 12.As reported, the contractor, Great Lakes Dock and Materials, LLC, from Muskegon, Michigan, will complete the 2017 cell repair, consisting of a 50 linear foot void with a stone base and vertical sheet pile on top.“I’m pleased to see that the Army Corps of Engineers will commence work on the Lorain breakwater, which has been in desperate need of repairs for years,” said Rep. Marcy Kaptur. “A breakwater is the first line of defense against the turbulent tides of Lake Erie for many of our lake front communities. As we face the reality of rising lake levels, diligence is required to insure the safety and navigability of many harbors in the Great Lakes region.”“The Corps is continually looking for ways to work collaboratively with stakeholders on all of Lake Erie’s harbors,” said Russ Brandenburg, USACE Buffalo District senior project manager. “The Lorain Harbor repair is a perfect example of how our strong collaboration with the Port of Lorain has resulted in positive benefits through infrastructure improvements for Lake Erie and the public that use it.”The $2.1 million contract was awarded to Great Lakes Dock and Materials, LLC back in September. The repairs are anticipated for completion by the end of the 2020 construction season.
Loading… Jurgen Klopp and Sergio Aguero have won the Premier League’s monthly awards for January, setting new records in the process. Sergio Aguero has been named the Premier League’s Player of the Month for a record seventh time, while Jurgen Klopp takes home the managers’ gong for on an unprecedented fifth occasion in a single season. Manchester City striker Aguero was in lethal form throughout January, scoring six times and registering an assist from just three matches. Aguero also scored a brace in the 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace and got the only goal of the game as City beat Sheffield United 1-0. Having previously been tied with Steven Gerrard and Harry Kane on six Player of the Month awards, Aguero is now out in front on his own – the 31-year-old beating out competition from Alisson, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Jack Grealish, Jordan Henderson, Ayoze Perez and Jack Stephens. Read Also: Liverpool star engaging in more baptisms than he’s let in goals Klopp oversaw five successive wins in January to continue Liverpool’s ominous march towards a first top-flight crown in 30 years. It is the fifth time this term he has won the award, setting a new record for wins in a single season, taking that honour from Pep Guardiola. Klopp has now won the award eight times, a haul beaten by only Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and David Moyes. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Some Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?12 Actors Who Can Only Play Bad GuysThe Best Cars Of All Time33 Celebs Photos From Their Childhood: Will You Recognize Them?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World In doing so, Aguero became the Premier League’s highest-scoring foreign player, with his hat-trick in the 6-1 hammering of Aston Villa taking him beyond Thierry Henry’s record of 175. That treble also propelled him above Alan Shearer’s haul of 11 hat-tricks, as Aguero set a new record.
DETROIT – Bernie Sanders proved his 2016presidential bid was serious with an upset victory in Michigan powered by hisopposition to free trade and appeal among working-class voters. Four yearslater, the same state could either revive the Vermont senator’s campaign orrelegate him to the role of protest candidate. Michigan and five other states holdpresidential contests on Tuesday at a critical point in the Democratic race. Former Vice President Joe Biden islooking to quash Sanders’ hopes and cement his own front-runner status just a weekafter resurrecting his beleaguered White House bid with a delegate victory onSuper Tuesday. He played up his underdog story on Monday as he campaignedacross Michigan, reflecting on his stutter as a child and the deaths of hisfirst wife and young daughter. (AP) A supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., applauds as Sanders speaks during a campaign rally Monday, March 9, 2020. AP
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RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Manchester United loanee, Odion Ighalo, has been listed alongside his teammates, Paul Pogba and David de Gea, among others, as richest players in the age of 30 and below.Other United players who made the shortlist are Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw. Pogba leads the way from the Old Trafford outfit with a wealth of £50 million.His worth has increased by £13 million from 2019, seeing him jump up five places from eighth.Joining Pogba is goalkeeper De Gea.The Spaniard – who became Manchester United’s highest-paid star after signing a new £375,000-a-week contract in September – is joint-fourth at £34 million.His worth rose by £10 million to see him move alongside Manchester City playmaker, Kevin De Bruyne. Like De Gea, Anthony Martial signed a new deal at United last year – worth £200,000-a-week – and that increase has helped him become a new entry in this list.He sits joint-11th with wealth of £20 million alongside Liverpool centre back Virgil van Dijk, who is another new entry.Luke Shaw and Ighalo complete the quintuplet of Red Devils.New entry, Shaw, sits joint-13th with Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah at £19million.\Meanwhile, Ighalo is just beneath them in joint-15th. The on-loan striker’s £18 million (N8.8billion) wealth is explained by his substantial £300,000-a-week wage at parent club, Shanghai Shenhua.Ighalo, who will be 31 in June, is on loan at United until the end of the month with the Premier League side contributing £130,000 a week towards his wages.Tags: David De GeaLuke ShawManchester UnitedOdion IghaloPaul Pogba
Barkley impressed from the start and seized the initiative in the 33rd minute with a driving run finished off by a rocket of a shot into the top corner. Barkley’s shot took a slight deflection on its way past Rob Green, and there was more than a touch of luck about Everton’s second 10 minutes later as Mirallas’ free-kick diverted off Eduardo Vargas’ head and into the far corner. Press Association Mirallas left Goodison Park in a boot and on crutches, and Martinez said: “There’s clear damage in his ankle. “I don’t know if it’s going to be ligament damage or something else. We’re going to scan him in the morning. It doesn’t look too bad. It’s swollen straight away, which is a good sign.” Mutch was booked for the tackle but Martinez held back from criticising the QPR midfielder. “It’s unfortunate more than anything,” said the Spaniard. “I know the referee gave him a yellow card and I haven’t seen the challenge to give my opinion. “It’s just disappointing that it’s really late in the game. It’s been a frustrating season with a couple of injuries that he’s picked up and the last thing you want is to have an accident of that manner.” QPR have yet to pick up a point away from home this season and manager Harry Redknapp was left frustrated with his team’s inability to exploit the nerves and frustration that were evident around Goodison. “They were poor goals, and that was the problem,” said Redknapp. “Until they scored their first goal, I’ve never felt so comfortable. I thought, ‘We’ve got a big chance here tonight’. “The first goal, we gave the ball away cheaply. It’s a great strike from a fantastic young player, but it took a deflection that certainly changed the direction of the ball. “Then the second one we gave a silly free-kick away, another deflection and we’re 2-0 down at half-time. I don’t think we deserved that. “The crowd was edgy, I thought they played edgy. At half-time, I thought if we could come out and score, at 2-1 the pressure would be on them. Even at 3-1 with 10 minutes to go, they weren’t exactly full of confidence.” Steven Naismith exploited poor defending to add a third in the 53rd minute, with Bobby Zamora’s first goal of the season in the 80th minute never threatening to change the result. The victory ended a four-game winless run for Everton, and it was the untested midfield partnership of Barkley and Muhamed Besic that earned Martinez’s praise. The Toffees boss said: “We had to cope with having four central midfielders missing and, in any squad, that’s going to be a real test. “Probably this allowed Ross Barkley and Mo Besic to have a partnership that in training looked very strong. They’re young players but, the way they performed today, the future these two players have is immense. “Ross Barkley, I thought it was a real joy to see him. The way he scored the first goal, he’s the one that started the move, he gets through the line of the QPR midfield and then the way he finishes from outside the box is quite exceptional. “He deserves that outcome because of the work he’s put in in training, the way he shows his personality to get on the ball, to want to create, his performance was very impressive. “It’s a really important victory for us. It’s important to get momentum, it’s important to get confidence, and you can only get that by having good results. I thought it was a well deserved good result.” The sour note came in stoppage time when Jordon Mutch chopped down Mirallas, trapping the Belgian’s ankle. Roberto Martinez hailed the performance of Ross Barkley in Everton’s 3-1 victory over QPR but was left frustrated by a late injury to Kevin Mirallas.
JAPANESE sensation Naomi Osaka vowed to be fit and firing for her Australian Open title defence after her season was abruptly cut short by injury at the WTA Finals on Tuesday.The two-time Grand Slam winner, who was on a hot streak of 11 matches, withdrew from the season finale with a shoulder problem — the second straight year she has been forced out due to injury.Third-ranked Osaka, who retired during last year’s edition of the lucrative year-ender with a hamstring injury, had been due to play world number one Ashleigh Barty later on Tuesday.Her place in Red Group will be taken by world number 10 Kiki Bertens, who will now face Australia’s Barty in Shenzhen.The 23-year-old Osaka said she was unsure of the severity of the injury to her right shoulder, which she initially hurt during her triumph in Beijing earlier this month.“I felt it immediately (in her first match on Sunday),” she told reporters. “When I woke up the day after it was throbbing.“It’s just a little bit painful. I don’t think it’s something that I would immediately need surgery for,” she added.Osaka had started the $14 million round-robin tournament with a tough three-set victory over Petra Kvitova on Sunday to extend her winning streak, after titles in Beijing and Osaka.She had been determined to make amends for a disappointing WTA Finals debut last year, when her winless campaign ended with a tearful retirement against Bertens.“I thought I was playing well. I definitely wanted to win here,” Osaka said.Once she recovers from the injury, Osaka’s attention will turn towards the Australian Open in January, where she will defend a Grand Slam title for only the second occasion.“I just want to train really hard,” Osaka said. “Last year during the off-season, I trained really hard for Australia. I felt like going into the Slam I was really fit. I just want to try to duplicate that.”Even though it ended prematurely, Osaka was pleased with her back end to the season after a tough stretch where she suffered a stunning first-round exit at Wimbledon followed by a lacklustre US Open title defence.She rated 2019, which started on a high in Melbourne, as a more pleasing season than last year, when she made her Grand Slam breakthrough by beating Serena Williams in a tempestuous final at Flushing Meadows.“(Losing at Wimbledon) was the lowest emotional feeling I’ve ever felt,” she said. “After the US Open, I set goals. I was able to win tournaments. That was definitely the highlight.“I definitely think that this year was somehow better (than last year),” she added. (AFP
WOODPECKER Products, located at Lot 40, Fourth Street, Alberttown, Georgetown, is undoubtedly an invaluable entity in the sporting world. Owner and Managing Director, Luana Fernandes, was highly commended for once again generously donating to the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation.At a recent meeting at the familiar sport store, Director of the Foundation, Andrew Phang, received from representative of Woodpecker products, Maria Samaroo, a cheque and expressed thanks for the support Woodpecker Products has given to local sport shooting.Also present was Vidushi Persaud-McKinnon, who thanked Fernandes and her supportive family members who have all excelled in various sporting disciplines and recognise what it takes for sports to move forward in Guyana. Persaud-McKinnon commended the family and spoke highly of the encouragement and support for sport Mrs. Fernandes continuously gives and is hopeful that other businesses in Guyana will emulate Woodpecker Products by making similar contributions to sports.
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