October 28, 2021

Week #3 – Wellington-Circle and Sumner County live tweets

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Woods Hollow Race: Over The Hills, Through The Woods

first_imgBy Chris Rotolo |MIDDLETOWN – For 11 years straight, Bob Kennelly has been the fastest mountain bike rider to cross the open fields, trails and woodlands of Tatum Park, finishing first at the annual Woods Hollow Mountain Bike Race. But on Saturday, his winning streak was broken.This past year had been a hard one, Kennelly explained, straining him both physically and mentally, and regular riding had to take a back seat. He finished the race in 21st place, between by his two sons who also biked in the race, Andrew, 26, and Matt, 31.“My fitness isn’t where it should be right now and I just didn’t have the motor I usually do out there,” said the 61-year old Lincroft resident.The Woods Hollow Mountain Bike Race at Tatum Park in Middletown has become a family tradition for Andrew, left, Matt and Bob Kennelly, and the Nov. 3 outing was one that will hold a special place in their hearts. Photo by Chris RotoloAccording to his sons, the opening gun is normally the last moment the boys would see of their father in competitive races like the Woods Hollow event.“Usually he just blasts past us and he’s gone,” said Andrew. “He’s usually so far ahead that by the time we finish, he’ll be on the sideline taking photos and video of us as we come across the finish line.”Bob Kennelly said having his boys riding by his side through Tatum’s meadows and hills helped provide the energy and focus he needed to get to the finish.It’s key to get into the zone, Matt agreed. “As well as competitive racers, we’re also skateboarders. And when we’re out riding or doing tricks, everything you have going on outside that moment just melts away,” he said.“You’re so focused on pedaling and battling through the wind gusts and getting blasted in the face by mud, and then something crazy like your chain falls off at one point or another,” Andrew said. “And you have to battle through all of this. There isn’t time to dwell on anything else. Riding has been helpful to us and I think it’s been helpful to him, too.”Kennelly has been riding competitively since 1989 and his sons both began trail riding at 3 years old. It wasn’t long before their collective interest in cruising local bike paths forged this competitive family tradition at Tatum Park.“He’s had better finishes and we’ve done better, but being able to share this with him was special,” Andrew said. “It’s a historic race for our family and one we’ll always remember.”RESULTSThe 22nd Annual Woods Hollow Mountain Bike Race, organized by the Monmouth County Parks System, drew more than 100 participants to Tatum Park on Nov. 3. The top finishers were:SPORTS RACE, Men: Rumson resident Donald Ritger, 31, was the overall winner (52:53.6), and was followed by David Taylor, 38, of Hazlet (53:55.2) and Michael Fennell, 40, of Middletown (54:43.4).SPORTS RACE, Women: Keira Sciance, 33, of Middletown (1:06.31) finished atop the women’s field, while Lara Henrichs, 21, of Point Pleasant (1:23.40) placed second and Donna Ventura, 35, of Long Branch (1:27.39) finished third.KIDS RACE: Middletown’s Caroline Dodds, 9, was the gold medal winner in the kids race with a time of 7:35.1, while Conor DeSarno, 9, of Wall Township (8:02.8) finished second and Ella Drach, 12, of West Long Branch (8:56.1) rounded out the top three.This article was first published in the Nov. 8-14, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

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Rockets 126, Warriors 121: Warriors can’t take advantage of Kevin Durant’s big night

first_imgKlay Thompson subscribes. You can too for just 11 cents a day for 11 months + receive a free Warriors Championship book. Sign me up!HOUSTON – The best basketball player on Earth could seemingly do everything.He knifed through defenders big and small. He nailed pull-up jumpers. He attacked the basket. Just because it became easy for Kevin Durant to score anytime he wanted, though, it did not mean it became easy for him to bail out the Warriors.They still suffered a 126-121 overtime loss to …last_img read more

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10 Things You Are Forbidden from Negotiating Away

first_imgYou will be asked to negotiate things you must never trade away. Whatever is offered in trade will never equal what you are being asked to give up. The following list includes the things forbidden from being negotiated away.Integrity or Character: If there is one thing you should never, ever negotiate away, it is your integrity. Your character is worth more to you than anything you possess. From time to time, you will be tested. Someone will ask you to do something illegal or immoral, and those who check you will negotiate by promising you some benefit, likely pecuniary. No matter who offers, and no matter what they offer you, once you negotiate away your integrity, it is difficult to recover—and in some cases, impossible. Stick to your guns.Your Goals and Dreams: It’s too easy to trade your goals and dreams for what other people and society suggest. “The Drift” is powerful, and it will pull you along in a direction, not of your choosing. “The Drift” feels good. It’s comfortable because you fit in, you don’t make other people unhappy or uncomfortable. No one can live your life for you. No group of loosely bound together humans has the right to decide what is right for you. You cannot negotiate away your goals and dreams, no matter who tries to negotiate them away. It’s your life, and those are your dreams. No one has to like it, but they do have to live with your decision.Your Priorities: Goals and dreams are one thing, and priorities are another. You don’t have to negotiate with others what is most important to you now. What other people want from you does take precedence over what you want from you. You never have to be rude about saying no to small things so you can say yes to the things that, for you anyway, are most important. It is also true that you don’t need to negotiate your priorities—least of all with someone who isn’t going to show up to you funereal.Your Word: If you say you will do something, do what you said you would do. Your word is your bond. It is a promise, even if you don’t recognize you had made a promise when you spoke the words. The person who heard your words believed you meant what you said. The one who would have you negotiate away your word is a villain. The words you say after you have stated what you would doo carry no weight and are rendered meaningless by those to whom you speak.Your Loyalty: Your loyalty cannot be for sale. If you owe someone your loyalty, like your integrity and your word, you don’t negotiate it away. There may be a time when someone tries to promise you something to shift your commitment to them, even providing you with a rationale for doing so. If you negotiate away your loyalty, you are treacherous and unfaithful. If you are not loyal, you will not find loyalty. Kipling wrote: “The strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack.”Your Belief in Yourself: Humans are born with a self-conscious to accompany their consciousness. Some will try to convince you that you are not enough, that you should doubt yourself. A few will do this out of their love for you, as a way to prevent you from being hurt. Others will try to have you see something less when you look in the mirror as a way to not feel so small themselves. Whatever the motivation, your belief in yourself cannot be traded for other people’s fears, regardless of their motivation.Your Attitude: Your attitude is a choice. There will be many who try to convince you to see the glass as half full, some suggesting that what the glass holds is poison. There are entire industries built on convincing you to be pessimistic, cynical, and afraid. It is a raw act of courage to decide to be positive, optimistic, and empowered. You must ignore the attempts to negotiate away your attitude. The half-full glass isn’t full of poison, but the words of those who would have you believe that to be true are nothing less than a toxic venom.Assuming Good Intentions: Every day, you will have an opportunity to assume that people who are different from you are your enemies. You will be provided with reasons to believe that people who believe something different from you are somehow evil, worthy of your anger—or hatred. You are supposed to assume their intentions are bad. You don’t have to trade away your willingness to assume good intentions, and by doing so, allow people to assume your good intentions.Your Individuality: You were born an individual. While you might belong to many tribes, there is no tribe worth joining that would have you give up who you are. You will find people who want you to change, or more accurately, who want to change you. You never have to negotiate away who and what you are to please someone else.Your Personal Power: You have the power to be more, do more, have more, and contribute more. You have agency, the ability to decide and act on what you want. You never have to compromise or allow anyone or anything to negate the power you received free and clear at your birth. Your life belongs to you, and it is yours to live.Keep sacred these things that matter most. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

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10 months ago​Andone rallies Brighton for Liverpool upset

first_img​Andone rallies Brighton for Liverpool upsetby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFlorin Andone wants to see Brighton give everything to win against Liverpool at the weekend.The Albion have never won against the Reds and they face off against the league leaders on Saturday.Andone wants to see a vintage performance and three points from the team.The 25-year-old has managed two goals for Brighton this season, in four starts and seven sub appearances.He said to The Argus: “You can be in the best moment and Liverpool can beat you 5-0.”We will try to do all the best for our fans and our families and we will try to win the game. We’ll see.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Quebecor planned in advance its cut to TVA Sports signal Bell tells

first_imgCompanies in this story: (TSX:QBR.B, TSX:BCE)The Canadian Press MONTREAL — Lawyers for Bell Canada and rival Quebecor Inc. were in court Friday, battling over three French-language sports channels that Bell TV subscribers haven’t received since the NHL playoffs began this week.Bell lawyer Francis Rouleau told Quebec Superior Court judge Claude Champagne that Quebecor planned well in advance to cut the signal on Wednesday as the National Hockey League playoffs began.Rouleau said Quebecor’s action breached their contract and flouted Canada’s Broadcasting Act.Bell says it’s is asking for an interim court order to be issued quickly because interlocutory injunction proceedings would take months and a decision would come after the playoff season is over.Rouleau said it was “disturbing” that Quebecor has publicly denounced the rules of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, which says feeds should remain intact during contractual disputes.Quebecor’s lawyer responded that the company believes the CRTC rules are invalid.last_img read more

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ACTRA READY TO WORK WITH EXPERT PANEL REVIEWING BROADCASTING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACTS

first_img Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement The government announced today that they will be striking an expert panel to conduct a review of both the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts. The panel follows a report from the CRTC last week, “Harnessing Change: The Future of Programming Distribution in Canada” that called for new measures to ensure foreign digital broadcasters contribute to the production of Canadian content. To read ACTRA’s submissions regarding this report (CRTC Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2017-359), please visit actra.ca/advocacy/crtc..About ACTRAACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) is the national union of professional performers working in the English-language recorded media in Canada. ACTRA represents the interests of over 25,000 members across the country – the foundation of Canada’s highly acclaimed professional performing community. Advertisement Toronto, ON (June 5, 2018) — ACTRA says Canadian performers are ready to work with a new expert panel that will review the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts to ensure that global tech giants contribute to Canadian storytelling.“As technology changes, global internet giants should not be allowed to write their own rules,” said ACTRA National Executive Director Stephen Waddell. “We’re happy to see a commitment by government that ensures digital players in the broadcasting market contribute to production of Canadian stories. Thousands of jobs and our Canadian identity depend on it.”“We have built a world-renowned creative industry in Canada. The Broadcasting Act has been key to that,” said Waddell. “The Broadcasting Act enshrined the concept that Canada’s broadcasting system should safeguard, enrich and strengthen the cultural, political, social and economic fabric of Canada. Now, as more and more Canadians watch programs on digital platforms, the government is recognizing that the new digital players should promote Canadian culture as well as contribute to Canadian production in the way that conventional broadcasters have.” Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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