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4th annual Walk to D’feet ALS – Sept 18th

first_imgThe city of Burlington will again play host to the ALS Association Northern New England Chapters largest statewide fundraiser, Walk to D’Feet ALS, happening Saturday, September 18th at Burlington’s Leddy Park. The event is a chance for those in Vermont personally touched by ALS to join together in support of those who still struggle with the effects of this devastating terminal illness. Our fundraising goal for this event is $50,000!2004 Sponsors include: General Dynamics, ATP. , Ride Away Corporation, Green Mountain Video, Inc, Madhouse Munchies of Vermont and many more! ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a fatal neuromuscular disease with no cause or cure. The nerve cells are attacked and killed, inhibiting all ability to move. The average lifespan is two to five years from diagnosis, however many people succumb to the disease in less than two years. ALS is characterized by loss of muscle movement, and use, including all voluntary muscles. This eventually makes it impossible for people to move, swallow, speak or eventually breathe on their own, leading to death. In most all cases all the senses and intellect remain sharp while the body functions are lost, leaving the person locked inside their bodies. ALS is cruel, painful and exhausting for those who suffer as well as their family and loved ones. Outside help is crucial for those with ALS.Highlights of the walk include: Ride-Away Handicapped vans will be on-hand to assist those having physical difficulties during the walk event. The March of Faces Banner representing those who have fought and still fight this illness will be posted. Several walker prizes will be given away, and more!last_img read more

Mourinho explains how Inter defeated Barcelona in UCL

first_imgMourinho employed a diamond in midfield to limit space for Barcelona. His central midfielders were in constant communication with the left-back in order to stop the threat of Lionel Messi, who operates between the lines. He created a “jail” to nullify the Argentine. The speedy Eto’o was also pivotal in attacking spaces not to mention Pandev and Sneijder, who both arrived in the attacking third during transitions from defence to attack, a tactic Mourinho believes Barcelona couldn’t cope with. He’s a master tactician who has intricate and precise methods, and there’s no better example of his brilliance than the tie against Barcelona in 2010. The Portuguese manager praised the “mentally strong” Thiago Motta and Esteban Cambiasso for their roles in containing Barcelona’s feared attack. Mourinho continued by explaining how his team hurt Barcelona. He exploited their attack-minded full-backs with the pace of Maicon and Samuel Eto’o, while identifying Barcelona’s Maxwell as a weak link. And he’s explained how Inter beat Barcelona in a fascinating video. Advertisement The self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ is a genius when it comes to formulating game plans. The first leg took place at San Siro and his side secured an impressive result, beating the holders 3-1 thanks to goals from Maicon, Wesley Sneijder and Diego Milito.center_img https://twitter.com/CoachesVoice/status/1125098080712495106 Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Best Cars Of All TimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time? Jose Mourinho has expertly detailed one of his finest hours in football management. Read Also: Messi reveals his top five best players in world footballInter Milan eventually reached the final after a 3-2 aggregate victory over Barcelona and beat Bayern Munich in another masterclass to become champions of Europe in 2010. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 He knew the Brazilian was not so strong in a defensive recovery situation with the “phenomenal” Maicon taking full advantage. Loading… Mourinho’s Inter Milan faced the mighty Barcelona for a spot in the Champions League final.last_img read more

NFL scouting combine family affair for lucky few

first_imgThe first NFL game Diggs saw in person was the “Minneapolis Miracle,” when his brother caught Case Keenum’s winning TD pass against New Orleans in the playoffs two years ago.“Just to see him make that catch, it was amazing,” Diggs said. “I was tremendously happy for him.”He said he can’t wait to cover his brother in the NFL, sure that he’d get the better of the matchup.Why?“Because the younger brother is always better than the big brother.” ASU PUNTER MICHAEL TURKThe nephew of former NFL punter Matt Turk, who played 17 seasons, and ex-NFL offensive lineman Daniel Turk turned heads at the combine when he wowed clubs with his upper-body strength. He recorded 25 reps of the 225-pound bench press, the most by a punter since 2003, per NFL Research.Although leg strength is what teams really want to see, his bench press numbers were more than 19 offensive linemen at the combine, including Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs (24) and Louisville’s Mekhi Becton (23).___Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton Reagor said his fondest childhood memory of his father was “him winning the Super Bowl and then him coming to get me out of the stands,” after the Colts beat the Bears in 2007 when Reagor was 8.He was born on New Year’s Day 1999, about four months before his father was drafted in the second round, 58th overall by Denver.“He wants me to go as high as possible,” Reagor said. “All he does is support me. He was a great player in the league and won a Super Bowl. It’s not really a competition.”MINNESOTA DB ANTOINE WINFIELD JR.He has the same name and plays the same position as his father, who was drafted 23rd overall by Buffalo in 1999, played five years for the Bills and nine for the Vikings. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — University of Georgia defensive back JR Reed knew all about the NFL scouting combine long before he had the chance to grip the dumbbell at the Indianapolis Convention Center or spring from the launch pad at Lucas Oil Stadium.His father, Jake Reed, was a wide receiver in the NFL for 12 seasons with the Vikings and Saints. His uncle, Dale Carter, played defensive back for a dozen seasons in the NFL with stops in Kansas City, Denver, Minnesota, New Orleans and Baltimore.“From my dad, one of the things I learned at an early age is it’s never too early to start being a pro,” Reed said Friday. “And then from my uncle, it’s just to be mean, nasty, and get after the ball and get after everybody, man.” “Meeting Tom Brady when I was younger, I was sitting there starstruck,” Moss said. Catching a pass from Brady now “it’d mean a lot,” Moss said. “Just to catch a touchdown pass, period, in the NFL would mean a lot. To catch it from Tom Brady, knowing that he threw a good amount of touchdown passes to my father, it would be a good story.”TCU WR JALEN REAGORHis father, Montae Reagor, was a defensive linemen for nine years in the NFL and played for the Broncos, Colts and Eagles.“He’s helped me a lot, just giving me info, giving me insight, letting me know what to do, what not to do, and the ins and outs of the game,” the younger Reagor said. ___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Reed and Winfield are among some half dozen players in Indianapolis this week with famous fathers, uncles or brothers who have played in the NFL.LSU TE THADDEUS MOSSThe son of Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss said his famous father is a great resource growing up.“He’s helped me all the way up to this point in my career. He’s been through a lot and seen a lot, so he has answers for everything,” the younger Moss said. “And this process itself, it’s nothing new. It’s nothing changed.”Among his fondest childhood memories was the Patriots’ 18-1 season when his father caught 23 of Tom Brady’s 50 touchdown passes. NFL scouting combine family affair for lucky few Having family football ties not only gave Reed a head start as a kid, but it helped prepare him for the combine, where most of the 330 prospects tap their college coaches or former teammates who have gone pro for advice.“It’s definitely an advantage to have family in the NFL and just to lean on them for their expertise,” Reed said. “My dad has helped me throughout this whole process.”“I think it gives us the upper hand,” said Minnesota defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr., whose father played 14 seasons in the NFL. “If you have family members that have been through it first-hand. … they’ll pretty much tell you everything you need to know prior to coming to an event like this.”Actually, they’ve been gleaning valuable tips most of their lives.“At a young age, I was getting taught things that no other kids were thinking about, having an All-Pro dad that played football,” Winfield said. “He’d be out in backyard doing footwork, so I’m out there with him doing footwork at an early age. Watching film at a young age. Doing everything that most kids wish they had.” ALABAMA CB TREVON DIGGSHe’s five years younger than his brother, Vikings WR Stephon Diggs, who served as a father figure following their dad’s death at 39 of congestive heart failure in 2008.“He was like my dad when my father passed, he was always taking care of me. I always asked him everything. No matter what, if it was 2 o’clock in the morning I could ask him questions. I could ask him about his experiences, his process, how he managed things. There were a lot of things I asked him,” the younger Diggs said.His older brother didn’t hold back when it came to football.“He always critiqued me. We never talked about the good things. We always talked about the bad things and things we could do to get better,” Trevon Diggs said. “He always gave me tips and little cues to work on my game. I’m blessed to have that. I don’t have someone patting me on the back all the time and telling me I’m doing good. I’ve got someone who’s telling me, ‘Let’s get to work.’” February 28, 2020 Associated Press “I knew at a young age this is what I wanted to do with my life,” Winfield said, “It’s just surreal feeling to be here right now.”The younger Winfield packs 205 pounds on his 5-foot-10 frame, 25 pounds more than his father. When he was 11, “my dad would lay in his bed with his laptop and I sat next to him watching film,” Winfield recalled. “In particular, I remember it was Calvin Johnson when they had to play Detroit one week. I was sitting next to him watching it and he was breaking the film down. That was good experience.”In his interviews this week, “every team I went to people either played with him or coached him. They remember my dad,” Winfield said.“I have my own identity. I’m an Antoine Winfield Jr. People call me Antoine Winfield, I say, ‘No, that’s my dad’s name.’ I just be myself. So no pressure at all.’”last_img read more