The IRONMAN VR Kona Series is a five-week series of IRONMAN VR races culminating with the 2020 IRONMAN VR World Championship Celebration, which will take place in the week of October 5.Each IRONMAN VR Kona Series race in the five weeks leading up to the IRONMAN VR World Championship Celebration will be focused on one of five key training elements utilized in preparation for a full-distance virtual triathlon: Speed (VR22), Strength (VR23), Knowledge (VR24), Endurance (VR25), and Preparation (VR26).www.ironmanvirtualclub.comwww.ironman.com Related The IRONMAN VR23 Kona Strength Block opened on Friday, September 11 at 06:00 ET (10:00 GMT) with free registration. As the second training block in IRONMAN VR Kona Series, the virtual event required participants to swim or run 1.5km, ride 50km, then run 12km by race close at 19:59 ET (23:59 GMT) on Sunday, September 13.In total, at the time of writing, there were 2,845 finishers IRONMAN VR23 finishers out of over 5,000 registered athletes.
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CARICOM LAUNCHES PHASE III CARIBBEAN HUB SUBPROGRAMME OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION-UN ENVIRONMENT FUNDED CAPACITY BUILDING RELATED TO MULTILATERAL ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS PROJECT IN AFRICAN, CARIBBEAN AND PACIFIC (ACP) COUNTRIES PROJECT CARPHA: Leading the Caribbean’s COVID-19 Response – VIDEO Aug 25, 2020 Oct 7, 2020 The programme on capacity building related to MEAs in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries results from a partnership between the European Commission (EC), the Secretariat of the ACP Group of States (ACP Secretariat), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The aim of this Programme is to empower key stakeholders to address environmental challenges and to reap the benefits of improved environmental management at the national and regional levels. From left to right: Mrs. Helen Royer, Director Human and Social Development, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat with Ms. Shunae Samuels and Ms. Teshia Jn Baptiste Caribbean Hub ACP MEAs Project Phase III Project Assistant and Project Coordinator The CARICOM Secretariat has hosted the Caribbean Hub from 2009 and throughout the first two phases of the Programme, the Hub has worked to mainstream the relevant Conventions on biodiversity, chemicals and waste management into institutions and national development plans by promoting an integrated and synergistic approach to environmental management. #caricomsecretariat #europeancommission #unep #acpmeasprogramme Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Message from CARICOM Chairman on the 186th Anniversary of… A key area of focus is on building enforcement and compliance processes and mechanisms within Member States to enable them to fulfill commitments under the selected MEAs and to participate more effectively in the international negotiating arena. You may be interested in… Former CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General Dies Jul 30, 2020 CARICOM partners with UNEP to raise awareness on Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild AnimalsThe CARICOM Secretariat and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) are partnering to raise awareness in the Region of the conservation and sustainable use of migratory animals and their habitats. CARICOM and the UNEP/Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) Secretariat will host a Regional Capacity-Building Workshop for CMS…August 27, 2016In “Barbados”CARICOM ACP-MEAs-supported International Congress on Biodiversity underway in GuyanaThe fourth International Congress on Biodiversity of the Guiana Shield, which has received funding from the Caribbean Community CARICOM through the ACP-MEAs project, got underway in Georgetown, Guyana, on Monday. The event is being held under the theme ‘Leveraging our High Endemicity, Cultural Diversity and intact Ecosystems for inclusive Growth and Secure Futures’. Two…August 10, 2016In “CARICOM”CARICOM Secretariat hosts workshop on enforcement of environmental agreementsThe CARICOM Secretariat will host a workshop on Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) in Guyana March 24 – 26. The seminar is being delivered under the Project for Capacity-Building related to in African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries in partnership with the Guyana Revenue Authority. It is expected that there will be…March 18, 2015In “General”Share this on WhatsApp As part of the Sustainable Development work programme of the Human and Social Development Directorate of the Secretariat. Dr. Douglas Slater, Assistant Secretary General, Human and Social Development “recognizes that the COVID-19 has caused delays and has thrown us off course temporarily – but notes that the potential opportunities to build the capacity of the Region with current and cutting edge information remain a priority”. Standards, Quality Still Important Oct 7, 2020 The ACP MEAs Phase III aims to further enhance the mainstreaming and implementation of the biodiversity, chemicals and waste MEAs clusters with tailored awareness raising activities and the development of knowledge building and knowledge sharing tools for targeted audiences, especially decision-makers, technical officers and Convention negotiators. Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Ambassador Irwin LaRocque and Acting Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) Mr. Arnold Kreilhuber have signed a new Project Cooperation Agreement approving continued capacity building related to Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) support for the region.
GIVI Malaysia has unveiled its latest generation top case for the Malaysian market in the form of the GIVI B42N Antartica top case. The monolock top box features the latest design and features embedded with its iconic Italian brand DNA.Hailed as their best polymer case produced to date, the GIVI B42N Antartica features a new polygon exterior shapes as well as a much stronger structure. Through years of research and development, the Antartica is further amplified with reflective prismatic elements on each front corner to ensure that the motorcycle with this top box is clearly visible to other road users.With its 42 litres of storage capacity, one can easily store a modular helmet along with other riding essentials like a raincoat or two demi-jet helmets in this one single top box. The addition of the brand’s latest-generation Micro 3 locking system, you can easily open and close the Antartica with just one hand.According to Mr. On Hai Swee, Managing Director of GIVI Asia, “We saw that the E43 became one of the most popular top cases among motorcyclists everywhere. They loved the large capacity and shape as it allowed them to carry almost anything in just one place. Riders of all motorcycles regardless of sizes love it.”“So, that is why the B42N Antartica has a 42-liter capacity and is boxy in shape, but of a revolutionary design and with enhanced visibility. We are confident that this product will do well, despite the current challenging situation,” added Mr. On. Want one? You can get your very own GIVI Antartica 42-litre top case from all GIVI Points and authorised dealers nationwide starting August 2020. The price is set at RM420 and all new Antartica case comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty.Michelin Power 5, GP, Cup 2 & Slick 2 launched in Malaysia – From RM423–Ads–
Ryan Black (Photo by Ron Besser) CHARLOTTE, N.C. – In the final regular season tournament of 2009, the No. 17 West Florida men’s golf team tied for sixth place at the Palisades Collegiate Classic hosted by Charlotte on Tuesday. Sophomore Kyle Scott (Edenvale, South Africa/Edenglen HS) led the way, finishing seven under par and tied for fourth place overall.Scott was seven under after the first day, and he finished the third and final round at even part to finish at 209 (68-69-72). Freshman Ryan Black (Port St. Lucie, Fla./Lincoln Park Academy) posted the top final round with a 71 to finish tied for 10th (74-67-71=212).Freshman Rafael Rodriguez Larreta (Montevideo, Uruguay/Pocitos Day School) tied for 53rd (72-76-79=227) and freshman Carlos Rodriguez (Cali, Colombia/Austin Peay/Pendleton School) tied for 67th (75-78-78=231). Sophomore Otto Bonning (Skanor, Sweden/Sundsgymnasiet) had his best round on Tuesday, carding a 75 to finish tied for 70th (80-77-75=232).Virginia Commonwealth held on to take the team title, shooting 836 (282-270-284) to defeat Louisville by seven strokes (290-267-286=843). Marquette’s Mike Van Sickle claimed medalist honors at 16 under par (69-65-66=200).The Argonauts will head to the Gulf South Conference Championships next week on April 20-21, looking for their 10th GSC title and fourth in a row. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#FINAL RESULTS1 VCU 282 270 284 836 -282 Louisville, U. of 290 267 286 843 -213 Marquette University 283 284 291 858 -64 Old Dominion Univ. 294 278 296 868 +45 Belmont Abbey Coll. 292 285 296 873 +9T6 West Florida, U. of 289 289 296 874 +10T6 Francis Marion U. 293 291 290 874 +10T8 Charlotte 296 291 290 877 +13T8 Longwood University 296 295 286 877 +1310 Richmond, Univ. of 301 286 299 886 +2211 Kennesaw St. Univ. 298 292 298 888 +2412 Davidson College 296 296 301 893 +2913 Winthrop University 307 296 292 895 +3114 Nebraska, U. of 298 301 298 897 +3315 Elon University 298 306 295 899 +35T4 Kyle Scott 68 69 72 209 -7T10 Ryan Black 74 67 71 212 -4T53 Rafael Rodriguez Larreta 72 76 79 227 +11T67 Carlos Rodriguez 75 78 78 231 +15T70 Otto Bonning 80 77 75 232 +16Print Friendly Version Share No. 17 UWF Finishes Regular Season at Palisades Classic