Share A great time was had by all at the 16th annual Masonic tuna barbecue, held at the historic Sag Harbor Masonic Temple on Saturday, August 24.
Share A great time was had by all at the 16th annual Masonic tuna barbecue, held at the historic Sag Harbor Masonic Temple on Saturday, August 24.
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As the first and only specialist trade fair focusing on the entire cutting process chain, Cutting World will see numerous companies gather together to discuss multiple topics in the cutting industry such as laser cutting, water jet suspension cutting, environmental and filter technologies and safeguarding competitiveness.Air Liquide Deutschland, Airco, CNC-Step and Klöcker are just some of the companies which will be exhibiting at the three-day event.Sato GmbH will also be presenting for the first time at the event. Commenting on the company’s debut, Philipp Gingter, Managing Director at Santo GmbH, said, “As one of the leading manufacturers for cutting systems, we are, with our customer-specific solutions, starting where others are reaching their limits.”“In matters relating to machine size, sheet metal thickness and reliability, we know hardly any limit. We see Cutting World 2020 as an optimum forum to convince the visitors of our longstanding innovative force in the fields of cutting, automation and operating data acquisition.”Mecanumeric will be the first French exhibitor to attend the event, commenting on the company’s attendance, Ricki Rohr, General Manager of Mecanumeric Deutschland, said, “The Mecanumeric Group is a guarantor for technology, connected with service proximity and reliability.”“One of the few manufacturers worldwide which possesses its own development department for special projects and requirements. In addition to our standard product range, we develop individual solutions in the field of CNC milling, water jet, laser and ultrasonic installations.”Cutting World attendees will be able to take part in the Germany Cutting Congress for no extra charge.
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Browns fans, even the most pessimistic ones, are pushing their chests out these days after watching the performance of quarterback Josh McCown.McCown has been sensational as the Browns starting QB thus far in 2015, and while the team is just 2-3, it’s not because of how McCown has played in those games.Sure he was injured early in the first game against the Jets, but before that injury led the team on a long drive before he was knocked out with a concussion.Many felt that Johnny Manziel should be kept as the teams QB after he led the Browns to a win the following week against the Titans.More critics jumped to the surface after the Browns lost to the Raiders in McCown’s first game back. Then, the light seemed to go on for the journeyman quarterback, and the last two weeks he’s been as lights out as any QB that’s been under center since maybe Bernie Kosar in the late 1980’s.McCown has a 102.8 quarterback rating through four plus games, with six touchdowns and one pick. He’s throw two touchdowns in each of his last three games, and has thrown for 314, 356 and this last week in a wild 33-30 win over the Ravens threw for a franchise record 457 yards.All in all, the QB continues to take it all in stride.“It’s been a lot of ‘Congratulations’ and things like that,” McCown said Monday. “It’s one of those deals where people are just being so supportive and a cool time you can sit and reflect to see how many people care about you and are rooting for you, praying for you all those things. Just appreciate everybody that’s reached out. It’s pretty cool.”What’s been pretty cool is he’s quieted the talk of having the play second fiddle of Manziel, and also, at least for now, has given the Browns stability at the QB spot they haven’t seen in a long, long time. Pages: 1 2 Related TopicsBrownsJosh McCownNFL Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.
CLEVELAND– With the way the Cleveland Indians are playing in 2017, it seems as if every Cleveland fan has Indians fever.And as we are less than two weeks away from baseball in October for the second straight year in Cleveland, it seems like the anticipation grows with each passing day.If you want to relive all of your favorite moments from the 2017 season, like Abraham Almonte’s epic catch against the Red Sox, Trevor Bauer explaining the game to Avisail Garcia, Jay Bruce’s walk-off for the team’s 22nd straight win, or the birth of #MiniTeamCLE2017, check out the highlight video below put together by YouTube user Brandon Bush.Then, get ready for October at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. Ashley Bastock Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42 Related TopicsCleveland IndiansCleveland Indians Hype VideoMLB
Team effort: Mara Yamauchi and husband Shigetoshi stand inside the Bird’s Nest Stadium during the Beijing Games. Yamauchi, who finished sixth in the Olympic marathon, will run in Sunday’s Tokyo International Women’s Marathon. | MARA YAMAUCHI PHOTO Six pieces of “mochi” pounded rice patty in miso soup are an excessive amount of carbohydrate, and Atkins diet believers would freak out if they even thought about consuming that amount. In fact, that would even be too much for even normal adult males to have in a single meal.But mochi is a source of energy, necessary and easily digested by diplomat-turned marathon runner Mara Yamauchi. RELATED PHOTOS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 “I eat lots of carbohydrates two or three days before marathons,” said the 35-year-old British woman, who lives in Tokyo’s Ota Ward with her Japanese husband. “I like them in miso soup because it helps digestion.”In recent weeks, Yamauchi (nee Myers) has been training for the Tokyo International Women’s Marathon, which will be held on Sunday.She took six pieces of mochi and a cup of instant miso soup with her from Tokyo to Beijing in August.The result?She placed sixth in the Olympic women’s marathon, an accomplishment she is most proud of in her four-year marathon career.“That is the biggest achievement for me because many strong marathon runners from the world participate in the Olympics,” Yamauchi, who ran on the British team, said in fluent Japanese in a recent interview. Her second biggest achievement was victory in the Osaka International Ladies Marathon in January. It marked the first time she grabbed the top spot, she said.Yamauchi realizes that she has climbed to stardom in a relatively short period of time, and she credits her husband for helping this happen.“I am British, but I owe it to Japan a lot to have done well in Beijing; healthy Japanese food, support from my husband who is a Japanese and good influence from strong Japanese female marathon runners,” she said.“Many top athletes are born to be No. 1, but I began training only after (completing education and) having office work and became a good marathon runner,” added Yamauchi, who ran a career-best 2 hours, 25 minutes, 10 seconds in the Osaka race. “Dreams can come true but I could not have reached where I am if I were alone.” The masters degree holder in politics and economics at the London School of Economics, who tried various sports including tennis, field hockey and triathlon as a student, first came to Japan in August 1998 as a British diplomat until she was transferred back to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London in January 2003. She met Shigetoshi Yamauchi, 37, via common friends in Tokyo in May 2001 and married him in October 2002. He quit a major Japanese securities firm to move to London with his wife.As soon as she moved to London, she switched her status to part-time worker to start running marathons. “I have liked running since childhood,” she said of the reason she began training for the grueling runs. She was a 3,000-meter and cross country runner as a student, but she thought young people are better suited for these sports and marathon is the best option for her age, when she decided to become a marathon runner at the age of 29.Her first full marathon experience was in 2004. As she thought she should become a full-time marathoner in order to run faster, she took non-paid leave from the office in January 2006. In the same month, the couple came back to Japan as Shigetoshi found a job in his native country.Shigetoshi then quit his day job to become a full-time manager to prepare for the Beijing Olympics in April 2007, accompanying her everywhere she goes for training, cycling with her as she runs, giving her massages, doing housework and other tasks.“I like cooking but I cook only when I have time and energy,” she said. Her favorite food includes sukiyaki, tempura, seaweed and clams, but the best is katsudon, or a bowl of rice topped with tonkatsu deep-fried pork cutlet, egg and condiments, she said.As Shigetoshi was taking good care of her personal life, Yamauchi had concentrated on bringing herself to the optimal condition for Beijing. “I had the best practice period for Beijing,” she said. “I had the best condition on the very day.”And she capitalized on the opportunity, placing 2:27.29 in the Olympic marathon.When she’s in Tokyo, though, Yamauchi’s usual training routine in Ota Ward includes running on Tama River banks and working out at a gym near her apartment.In mid-March, she ran a half-marathon in Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, and immediately after that she went to Albuquerque, N.M., for high-altitude training for a month.Marathon runners often conduct training at a place where air is thin to strengthen their lungs.
REIMS, Paris: Reggae Girlz defender Allyson Swaby has pointed to insufficient preparation, following Jamaica’s 5-0 defeat to Italy in the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Friday at the Stade Auguste-Delaune. The Jamaicans had some bright moments throughout the contest but were, in the end, undone by Italian striker Cristiane Girelli, who scored a hat-trick, while Aurora Galli added two, to give the Italians their second consecutive win in the group, in the process, handing the Jamaicans their second straight loss in as many games. Swaby, who plays for Italian club AS Roma, believes that with more opportunities, this team could have had better results at the tournament and argued that the team, essentially, entered the competition with one hand tied behind their backs, given their limited preparation in the build-up to their World Cup debut. The Jamaicans were only brought together a few weeks before the tournament started on June 7, compared to Friday’s opponents, who spent two weeks of every month together in the national programme for much of the last year and a half. Additionally, Italy’s players also spent the last two months in camp and played nine friendly internationals before their first match at the World Cup compared to the Reggae Girlz’s five. “A team like Italy is incredibly organised, and you can only be organised when you have time together and adequate preparation,” Swaby said. “We made our best effort to get training camps in before this World Cup, but we are still behind the curve in terms of how many hours we spent together as a team in training. Looking forward, hopefully, we will get to have camps regularly so that we don’t have to build something for six months when others have been working together for years,” Swaby said. REMAIN FOCUSED The 22-year-old said she was extremely disappointed with the result but stated that the team must focus on closing out their World Cup experience with a strong performance against Australia in their final group game on Tuesday at the Stade des Alpes in Grenoble. “It’s obviously a disappointing result. We really put the time in to execute better today (Friday), but they were the better team, and sometimes things just don’t go the way you expect them to,” Swaby said. “I am proud of our effort, and we have another game that we can still make a huge statement in, so everything has to be focused on looking forward,” she added.