FROM THE TEAM: Team Saxo Bank rejects all insinuations and accusations that have been made in the media regarding Fabian Cancellara’s alleged use of an electric motor in his bike. Team Saxo Bank is strongly opposed to any form of cheating and there is absolutely no truth to this story. There was not and never has been a motor in any Team Saxo Bank rider’s bike.In principle, Team Saxo Bank does not comment on rumors. However, with the irresponsible distribution of this story and related video, a myth has been developed that needs to be addressed. We will not participate in the furthering of this story and find the marketing platform now created for the engine manufacturer completely out of place and unwarranted. We are confident that the majority of those people who have come across this video see if for exactly what it is, A creative, amateur artist’s attempt to express a purely hypothetical idea that has not basis of fact or truth. It is a work of fiction, disguised as documentary.We regret if this has led anyone to view Team Saxo Bank in a negative way and we are deeply offended by the questioning of Fabian Cancellara’s integrity, character and abilities. Fabian possesses incredible ability and talent and is a true professional. Fabian has provided Team Saxo Bank and cycling fans the world over with countless memorable victories and tremendous performances. Fabian’s victories in Ronde van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix embody everything that is beautiful about our sport, strength, endurance, suffering, passion, drama and teamwork. Fabian’s victories are the result of dedication, hard work and sacrifice as well as his unique ability to rise to the occasion when striving to reach his goals. We are confident that the public can see through the nonsense this myth has presented and respect Fabian for what he is. A true Champion.There will be no further Team comment on this situation as we feel the insinuations do not warrant further time or energy.Editor’s note: Yes, we covered this by showing the video, so we’re as guilty as anyone else for lending any credibility to this nonsense, but seriously, does anyone really believe he (or any other pro for that matter) put a freakin’ motor in their bicycle? If you’ve happened to download the Sufferfest: Fight Club trainer video, you’ll be witness again and again to Cancellara’s motoring (oops, poor word choice, I suppose) cadence of 120+ at insane efforts. It’s easy to dismiss such wondrous things as having a man behind the curtain, but sometimes it’s nice to just believe that hard work, commitment and some fortunate genetics can give people the ability to do what few others can.
Free criminal trial seminar set for Miami April 15, 2010 Regular News F ree criminal trial seminar set for Miami Program is being put on by the Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel A free seminar, “Criminal Court Judicial Forum,” is being sponsored in Miami on April 16 by the Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel for Monroe and Miami-Dade counties.The seminar will be held at the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building, Courtroom 4-1, 1351 N.W. 12th Street, Miami, beginning at 10 a.m. Speakers include Third District Court of Appeal Judge Vance Salter and 11th Circuit Judges Marisa Tinkler Mendez, John Thornton, Sarah Zabel, and Daryl Trawick. Topics will include State Criminal Court Litigation: Improving the Public Perception of the Judicial System, Ethics In and Out of the Courtroom, Professionalism in the Courtroom, Sexual Predators and Jimmy Ryce Act Trials, and Winning Practices on Appeal and an introduction from Joseph George, the CCCRC for the third region. Registration is the day of the seminar from 9:30 to 10 a.m.
Bar honors Rep. Kerner REP. DAVE KERNER, D-Palm Springs, center, was recently recognized by Bar leaders for his ongoing advocacy for the preservation of the judicial branch as a co-equal branch of government and his help to adequately fund the judiciary. Also pictured is Bar President-elect Ramón Abadin, left, and President Greg Coleman, right. February 1, 2015 Regular News
The bars show the number of diagnoses versus date, and the line shows the seven-day average. Source: New Mexico Department of Health. Created by Eli Ben-Naim
Peconic Bay Medical Group’s Michelle Moreno-Lohr; Tracey Mueller; Julia Chachere, CNM, NP, MPH; Denise Karavas, PA; Ramona Miranda; Susan Smith; Emma Homann and Katielynn Dinizio outside the new Peconic Bay Medical Group Greenport office. Independent/Jim LennonA new 5,000-square-foot, multi-specialty medical practice has opened on Main Street in Greenport. The Israel Family Ambulatory Center, named for Lisa and Richard Israel, aims to provide more healthcare options to those on the North Fork.Peconic Bay Medical Group, which is a part of the Peconic Bay Medical Center, offers primary care, women’s health, cardiology, orthopedics, breast surgery and plastic surgery specialists at the new location. Julia Chachere, a women’s health nurse practitioner, Dr. Mark Creighton, an orthopedic and sports medicine specialist, and physician assistants Denise Karavas and Patricia Sondgeroth are seeing patients at this facility.“Expanding eastward into this multi-specialty medical practice is part of Peconic Bay Medical Center’s commitment to providing top-notch health care across the East End of Long Island,” said Andrew Mitchell, the president and chief executive officer at Peconic Bay Medical Center.Same-day, in-office appointments are now available. Most insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid, are accepted.The office is located at 230 Main Street. More information is available through [email protected] Share
NBP is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) and a leading ocean carrier of project and heavy cargoes, steel products and bulk commodities.Licvem is primarily active as a charter operator, specialising in the transport of AN, IMO-1, project and UN cargo in Africa and the Middle East. The company acts as an operator of multipurpose ships (between 2,000 and 20,000 DWT) and charters between 45 and 60 vessels per year.The new joint venture company LBP will commercially operate a number of multipurpose ships for breakbulk, dry bulk, general and project cargo, as well as IMO and ro-ro cargoes, principally but not limited to European and African markets. www.licvem.comwww.nbpc.co.jp