ERIN, Wis. – The past month has served as a rude reminder that Jon Rahm’s pro career won’t always go so perfectly. Prior to this rough patch, many wondered if the young Spanish star would ever encounter adversity. In the past 52 weeks, he has enjoyed a meteoric rise, from the low amateur at the U.S. Open to the 10th-ranked player in the world. He has won once, contended for titles as often as any player in the world and become one of the biggest challengers to Dustin Johnson’s throne. But recently the 22-year-old has also begun to show his age. It started with a meltdown at The Players, where he shot 82 and missed the secondary cut. It continued at the Memorial, where his emotional outbursts drew attention on social media. And it came to a head at this week’s U.S. Open, where Rahm went 76-73 and joined several big names in missing the cut. Even worse, on the back nine Friday, he dropped F-bombs, slammed clubs and whacked a tee sign – all on camera. Neither of Rahm’s fellow playing competitors said the flare-ups were distracting. “I understand it,” Rickie Fowler said. “It’s tough out there.” Added Hideki Matsuyama: “I knew he’s an emotional player, and sometimes he wears it on his sleeve. I was not expecting it, but it wasn’t a problem at all.” It might be if it continues. Most observers are seeing Rahm this year for the first time, but this is the way he has always played and behaved on the course. He has always been quick-tempered. At Arizona State, the coaches would let Rahm blow off steam, knowing that he needed to let the frustration out and then he’d quickly bounce back. The only difference now: As one of the game’s rising stars, he is on TV. U.S. Open: Scores | Live blog: Day 2 | Full coverage “College it was even worse, but there was nobody looking,” Rahm said as he walked to the player parking lot late Friday afternoon. “I’ve done many worse things many times on the course, but the thing is there were no cameras.” And now that there are extra eyeballs on him, Rahm is conflicted, because the same fire that has brought all this negative attention is also what has made him great. Tomahawking a club into the turf might cause fans to snicker (and the PGA Tour to issue a fine), but it helps him move on. After his outburst on the 14th hole Friday, he birdied the next hole, nearly made another on 16, and then smoked a 331-yard drive down the center on 17. “I know golfers are supposed to internalize everything, and I wish I could,” he said. “Every time I try to keep it to myself, just imagine a Coca-Cola bottle. If you shake it once, then it comes down. But once you open it, it’s a complete mess, and that’s what happens if I try to keep it down. If I try to keep it down, at some point, I’m going to miss a shot that’s not that bad and I’m going to lose it. Sometimes I need to get mad.” Rahm admits that he needs to work on his anger management. He doesn’t want to be a distraction to the other players in his group. He doesn’t want to be a poor role model for kids. He knows there must be some healthy release, some way to channel his energy. At this point, he’s just not sure how. “I’ve always been criticized for it,” he said. “I don’t know what to say. I feel bad when I react sometimes, but it’s something I can’t control. “At the end of the day, I need to look toward my golf game, and sometimes it does help. … I need to find a different way to do it, but even if I work on it, sometimes it just overpowers me.” His frustration was apparent all week at Erin Hills, where his normally lethal driver betrayed him. At a course that should have perfectly suited his power game, Rahm spent much of the week hacking out of the fescue, only fueling his anger. “You need to get mad, but maybe not externalize it as much,” he said. “It’s just hard when I feel like I’m hitting good shots and I’m trying as hard as I can and things aren’t happening. It’s unlike me. I can’t remember the last time I played my last four competitive rounds that many over par.” It’s a shame that this issue seems destined to follow Rahm as he navigates the early stages of his pro career. Though he can be intense and aggressive when things are going poorly, off the course he remains accommodating and approachable and affable – everything you’d hope for in a generational talent. “Having an eye on you, I sometimes get mad, and then I feel bad for getting mad, and then it makes me feel worse,” he said. “It’s a very downward spiral that I go into a negative place.” His reputation might depend on whether he can escape it.
MORLEY, TN (WLAF) – A single-vehicle wreck on Jellico Highway (Hwy 25W), north of La Follette, injured three passengers.Accounts from the E-911 call detail that the accident happened at 8:37 pm Thursday night near the Drip Rock, and that the vehicle rolled over trapping two people. A total of three people were flown out by medical helicopters to a Knoxville hospital.Multiple agencies assisted the Tennessee Highway Patrol; the Campbell and Whitley County Sheriff’s Departments (CORRECTION: Whitley County EMS), the Campbell County EMS and the Jellico Rescue Squad. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/27/2019-6:30AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
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Exhibition GameMasters Exhibition, 16.00 Session 2Saturday, January 27th, 2018Hula Hoops NICC Men’s National Cup finalBlue Demons v BC Leixlip Zalgiris, 10.00 Hula Hoops President’s Cup FinalBallincollig v Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin, 16.00 “I’m so happy,” said head coach, Mike Murray, afterwards. “We have been preparing well, and we did a lot of work getting ready this week, and it finally paid off. Dayna Finn was brilliant, she had a double-double with 17 points and more than 10 rebounds, and Deirdre O’Shea was just fantastic too. Everyone just played so well, they all did their job and we finally got the win.“The second half of the season is hugely important, and after losing by so much in the Cup against DCU we knew we needed to regroup and we worked all week on it and we got the win, that’s the main thing – it means a lot.”Elsewhere, Pyrobel Killester bounced back strong to win out against top of the table DCU Mercy on Saturday evening. The game was neck-in-neck throughout and with 9 seconds to go, Killester drew level at 65 points apiece and a lay-up from Hannah Thornton saw them win by two in the end.“We’re delighted,” said head coach, Karl Kilbride. “We’ve had a rough couple of weeks, we trained really hard over Christmas and we got two poor results in the Cup and League against Glanmire so we’re delighted we were able to come out and give that performance. I’m really proud of the girls for how hard they worked and how well they played.”Portlaoise Panthers meanwhile secured a big win on the road against Maxol WIT Wildcats on Saturday evening, with Stephanie Poland pitching in with a 33-point performance, while Ambassador UCC Glanmire had too much for IT Carlow Basketball on Sunday, winning out 85-58 in the end.In the Men’s Super League meanwhile, UCC Demons and Black Amber Templeogue played out an overtime thriller for the second time this season, with Templeogue managing to win out 105-103 in the end.A superb display from Demons’ Kyle Hosford, Lehmon Colbert and player/coach Colin O’Reilly drew the game level at full time at 92-92, but strong shooting from Luke Thompson down the stretch saw Templeogue home to victory.Elsewhere, Maree almost caused a major upset for league leaders UCD Marian in Galway on Saturday evening, as they ran the table toppers extremely close. A 25-point game from Conor Meany and a strong finish from Neil Baynes kept the leaders in their place though as they ran out 83-79 point winners in the end.Pyrobel Killester made it a double-header of wins at home for the club on Saturday evening as they won out 89-58 against Belfast Star.“It was a good win, we performed quite well for long periods,” said coach, Brian O’Malley. “Defensively I think in the first half we did a good job to limiting them to tougher shots and we were able to get out and run. The scoreline is a bit flattering, as there are definitely areas we need to work on for the next game.”There was big scoring between DCU Saints and Garvey’s Tralee Warriors on Saturday evening, and though Dee Proby bagged 43 points for DCU, Tralee’s Trae Pemberton pitched in with 41 points and good scoring from Darragh O’Hanlon at the other end to give them enough to run out 110-74 point winners over the Saints.Griffith College Swords Thunder also won out over KUBS, while Moycullen won out 74-62 against Éanna in Dublin.Basketball Ireland Results: January 20th-21stBasketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Pyrobel Killester 89-58 Belfast StarDCU Saints 74-110 Garvey’s Tralee WarriorsÉanna 62-74 MoycullenMaree 79-83 UCD MarianKUBS BC 66-86 Griffith College Swords ThunderUCC Demons 103-105 Black Amber Templeogue (after overtime) Hula Hoops Senior Women’s Cup finalFr Mathews v Meteors, 14.00 Hula Hoops NICC Women’s National Cup FinalKillester v St Mary’s Castleisland, 12.00 Basketball Ireland Detailed Results: January 20th-21stBasketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Éanna 62-74 MoycullenTop scorers Éanna: Mlynue Reeves 17, Conor Gallagher 15, Aidan Dunne 10Top scorers Moycullen: Brandon McGuire 27, Dylan Cunningham 10, Patrick Lyons 9, James Loughnane 9Half time score: Éanna 34-33 Moycullen Hula Hoops Under 18 Men’s National Cup finalNeptune v Templeogue, 14.00 Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics 68-65 Singleton SuperValu BrunellTop scorers NUIG Mystics: Dayna Finn 17, Deirdre O Shea 16, Jade Johnson 15Top scorers Singleton SuperValu Brunell: Breana Bey 23, Danielle O Leary 14, Amy Waters 8Half time score: NUIG Mystics 33-38 Singleton SuperValu Brunell Thursday 25th January 201810:30am U16A GirlsCrescent Comprehensive (Limerick) v Scoil Chriost Rí Portlaoise (Laois)12:15pm U19A GirlsChrist King (Cork) v Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip (Kildare)1:45pm U16A BoysSt Mary’s CBS The Green, Tralee (Kerry) v St Malachy’s Belfast Fixtures below include – Hula Hoops National Cup Finals, SUBWAY Schools Cup finals and regular season Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: Paris Texas Kilkenny 86-76 EJ Sligo All-StarsLIT Celtics 93-82 Dublin LionsKeane’s Supervalu Killorglin 90-66 Ulster University ElksNeptune 101-74 IT Carlow BasketballFr Mathews 80-91 BallincolligGameFootage.net Titans 69-113 Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney Session 4Sunday, January 28th, 2018Hula Hoops Under 20 Men’s National Cup finalMoycullen v KUBS, 10.00 NUIG Mystics are celebrating this weekend as they finally secured their first Women’s Super League win of the season, with a 68-65 point win over Singleton SuperValu Brunell in Galway on Saturday evening. Maree 79-83 UCD MarianTop scorers Maree: Corey Hammell 19, Cathal Finn 15, Kenneth Hansberry 15Top scorers UCD Marian: Conor Meany 25, Joan Jordi Vall Llobera 14, Neil Baynes 13Half time score: Maree 46-49 UCD Marian Despite being without the services of key player, Aine McDonagh, a superb performance from 2017 Ireland Under 18 international Dayna Finn and the talented Deirdre O’Shea saw Mystics hold firm to close out the win. Hula Hoops Under 18 Women’s National Cup finalGlanmire v DCU Mercy, 12.00 Thursday 25th January 2018 Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Éanna v Griffith College Swords Thunder, Colaiste Éanna, 20:30; Tuesday 23rd January 201810:30am U19C Girls Carrick On Shannon Community School (Leitrim) v Colaiste Pobail Setanta (Dublin)12:15pm U16C Boys Sligo Grammar (Sligo) v St Munchin’s (Limerick)1:45pm U19A BoysSt Malachy’s (Belfast) v Templeogue College (Dublin)3:30pm U16C Girls Jesus & Mary Gortnor Abbey (Mayo) v St Colmcilles Knocklyon (Dublin) Session 3 – SOLD OUTSaturday, January 27th, 2018Hula Hoops Pat Duffy National Cup finalUCD Marian v Black Amber Templeogue, 20.00 Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: Gamefootage.net Titans 69-113 Scotts Lakers St Paul’s KillarneyTop scorers Gamefootage.net Titans: Toms Fabriciuss 30, Eoin Coughlan 19, Rando Kozlov 19Top scorers Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney: Antuan Bootle 24, Andrew Fitzgerald 21, Dan Griffen 18Half time score: Gamefootage.net Titans 28-51 Scotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney Hula Hoops Under 20 Women’s National Cup finalBrunell v DCU Mercy, 20.30 SUBWAY All Ireland Schools Cup (U16 and U19) Fixtures 2018NOTE: All games will take place at the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Marble City Hawks 63-44 Fr MathewsFabplus North West 47-50 MeteorsUlster University Elks 59-62 UL Huskies Wednesday 24th January 2018 10:30am U19B Girls Ulidia Integrated College (Antrim) v Loreto Stephens Green (Dublin)12:15pm U16B BoysColaiste Einde (Galway) v Colaiste an Spioraid Naoimh (Cork)1:45pm U16B GirlsMuckross Park College (Dublin) v Presentation Secondary School Tralee (Kerry)3:30pm U19B BoysSt Paul’s Oughterard (Galway) v St Vincent’s Castleknock College (Dublin) Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: NUIG Mystics 68-65 Singleton SuperValu BrunellPyrobel Killester 67-65 DCU MercyMaxol WIT Wildcats 71-74 Portlaoise PanthersAmbassador UCC Glanmire 85-58 IT Carlow Basketball Basketball Ireland Fixtures – Regular Season Hula Hoops Women’s National Cup finalDCU Mercy v Ambassador UCC Glanmire, 17.30 Hula Hoops National Cup final Fixtures 2018Session 1Friday, January 26th, 2018Hula Hoops IWA Wheelchair Basketball FinalKillester WBC v Ballybrack WBC, 18.30 print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Saturday was a day to remember for birthday girl Katie O’Brien from Clarinbridge as she celebrated turning 23 by winning a bronze medal in the PR2 women’s single sculls at the rowing world championships in Linz, Austria. A delighted Katie spoke to David Gillick from RTE after the race… Katie O’Brien print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
DUBAI, UAE (CMC): West Indies have suffered another setback before next week’s first Test against India after frontline seamer Kemar Roach was forced to return home due to the death of his grandmother. The 30-year-old Barbadian, who has formed a formidable new-ball partnership with Shannon Gabriel over the last 12 months, was scheduled to leave yesterday for Bridgetown, Barbados. A Cricket West Indies statement said Roach would not be replaced but would rejoin the squad in India following the funeral. The first Test bowls off in Rajkot next week Thursday with the second match carded for Hyderabad from October 12-16. Roach is the unit’s most successful seamer, having played 48 Tests and taken 163 wickets. He is one of five pacers in the touring party along with Gabriel, captain Jason Holder and the uncapped pair of Sherman Lewis and Keemo Paul. Only last week, speedster Alzarri Joseph was forced out of the squad with fitness concerns, leaving the Windies short of a bowler with Test experience. On Monday, Windies players were also hit with the news of head coach Stuart Law’s resignation effective year end.
A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/ejchang/2985127273/Midterm elections are historically less popular than their presidential counterparts, but they’re gaining speed on social media, reports the Pew Research Center. Pew’s latest study indicates that more than twice as many registered voters have been active on social media regarding the 2014 midterm elections as compared to 2010 midterms. For example, about 16% of voters now follow candidates, political parties or elected officials on social media, compared to just 6% four years ago. Granted, 16% is a pretty small slice of the pie, but it’s still a 10% hike. According to a Pew Research tweet, voters are most likely to follow political figures on social media in order to learn about political news first (41%) and feel more connected to candidates and political parties (35%). However, votes don’t necessarily believe they’re getting the least biased news from political figures—40% find it to be “less reliable” than traditional news. See also: Twitter Demystified: How To RT, MT, #FF And Fave Like A ProOn Tuesday, Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr all highlighted features to encourage social media users to vote. Clicking on Tumblr’s custom election logo prompts users to find their polling place. Facebook put up a midterm elections dashboard last month, and Tuesday provided a widget that easily lets users update their status to show contacts that they’ve voted. Twitter launched an election page last week where users could determine which election discussions are most buzzworthy on Twitter. Photo by Eunice Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… lauren orsini Tags:#2014 midterm election#election#Facebook#politics#social media#Tumblr#twitter The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos
New Delhi: People who have been excluded from the final list of NRC will have to appeal against it at Foreigners’ Tribunals (FT) — a quasi-judicial court and subsequently in the high court or Supreme Court.Meanwhile, the BJP-led Assam government has already ruled out the detention of people who do not figure in the list ‘in any circumstances’ till the time an FT doesn’t declare them foreigners. The Centre has said people whose names don’t appear in the final NRC cannot be declared foreigners till all legal options are exhausted. The government has given 120 days time to those excluded from the NRC to appeal in the court. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsOn the other hand, as per media reports, the courts in India will be burdened and get exhaustive as the appeal period is short and cases are far too many which may further clog the process. At present, there are 100 FTs in Assam and 200 more will be functional soon. Suppose, someone who loses his or her case in a Foreigners’ Tribunal as well as in higher courts, he or she will face a possible arrest and the prospect of being sent to a detention centre. Those excluded from NRC will have to prove that they or their ancestors were living in Assam on or before March 24, 1971.
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Students at a private university in New Jersey can eat more chicken as long as it’s not Chick-fil-A.Rider University removed the restaurant from a survey of dining options “based on the company’s record widely perceived to be in opposition to the LGBTQ community.” The fast-food chain was included in previous surveys.Chick-fil-A says it has supported Christian values. Its corporate purpose is “To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us.”Rider says it understands some may view the decision as a “form of exclusion.” But the school says it wanted to be “faithful to our values of inclusion.”The university plans to hold a campus forum so that all voices can be heard.Chick-fil-A has not returned a message seeking comment.The Associated Press