Hernandez is house hunting in Los Angeles with gorgeous law graduate, model and travel blogger Sarah Kohan. The Australian, 26, now has more than 1.5m Instagram followers who see her post cheeky snaps from around the world. The loved-up pair had their first child soon after but she has maintained her remarkable figure as shown to her 1.5million Instagram followers. Sarah made headlines when she was spotted showing off her curves in front of one of the capital’s most famous landmarks – St Paul’s Cathedral. Sarah, who goes by ‘moonstrucktraveller’ on social media, said she had a “Marilyn moment” while posing across from Christopher Wren’s masterpiece from 1675 at Madison rooftop terrace. Ex-Manchester United and LA Galaxy striker, Javier Hernandez’s wife, Sarah Kohan, has confessed that she always like to expose her nakedness in public. Born in Sydney, Sarah has Romanian heritage.She graduated from Notre Dame doing a law degree in 2018, having completed exchange courses at prestigious Harvard and Columbia universities. The Australian said she wanted to intern with the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands – although that may be on hold with her modelling career soaring. Sarah loves to travel and has been blogging about her experiences since December 2016. Her blogs have seen her social media following grow and grow, from less than 20,000 when she started to 1.2million now. One image, in which she was posing naked with sushi, had the caption: “…me during two of my favourite activities. “1) Being naked and 2) eating sushi.” She has travelled around the world and loves taking pics alongside wild animals. Sarah has been seen feeding sharks and giraffes, as well as swimming in clear oceans with whales. Sarah has only started dating Hernandez in the build-up to the 2018 World Cup and it is unclear how and where they met. She supported the striker during the tournament, where she posted pictures in a ‘Chicharito 14’ Mexico shirt. It’s also not known if the pair were together when Hernandez held a raucous pre-World Cup bash for his birthday. Local reports in Mexico had claimed that the striker, as well as several team-mates, entertained a group of 30 escorts at a large house in Mexico City. Hernandez later denied the women were escorts. After the World Cup, the pair headed to Miami for a relaxing holiday.The couple confirmed their relationship with a picture at Stonehenge. Sarah wrote on Instagram: “Crazy for you…grateful for this love of ours. “Everyday with you is an adventure filled with freedom, happiness, laughter and so much love. “Thank you for being you. “Te amo mucho mucho mucho mucho little pea.” The couple confirmed their relationship with a picture at Stonehenge. Sarah wrote on Instagram: “Crazy for you…grateful for this love of ours. “Everyday with you is an adventure filled with freedom, happiness, laughter and so much love. Read Also:Javier Hernandez joins LA Galaxy from Sevilla “Thank you for being you. “Te amo mucho mucho mucho mucho little pea.” A day later, the happy couple then shared a cheeky picture with Hernandez fulfilling “the dream of most followers” – slapping Sarah on the bum. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Thanks to Tom Dunker, my wife and I went to see the Indianapolis Indians play the Toledo Mudhens this past Sunday. This was the first time my wife and I visited Victory Field in Indianapolis. The AAA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates did not have a good day as they lost the game 6-1.That was the only negative part of the experience. We parked less than 100 feet from the gate to the stadium and had seats in the shade along the first base line which were great on a 90 degree afternoon. The AAA brand of baseball is very good, the stadium is well kept, and the prices are still within reach of an average family. This could be seen in the number of families who attended the game. The fact that children eat free on Sundays might have helped!It was a lovely day, and if you want a non-stressful trip to a ball park this is certainly the way to go. We hope to go back!!
Ibrahimovic spent the first part of the coronavirus pandemic in his native Sweden, keeping himself fit as he trained with Hammarby. Hammarby is the club the 38-year-old owns a 23.5 percent share in, and sporting director Jesper Jansson said ‘there’s a chance’ he could play for the side before he retired.Advertisement However, he touched down in Milan this evening ahead of a 14-day quarantine period. read also:Zlatan Ibrahimovic set for Milan return Only after that can he check into Milanello for medical tests and individual training, although the Rossoneri may have resumed group work by then. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 As expected, Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to Italy and will now observe two weeks of self-isolation. Loading… Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Extremely Dirty Seas In The WorldSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had Left7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket
By Brian NealDONNELLSON, Iowa (Aug. 4) – Jeff Waterman, John Oliver Jr. and Brandon Lennox cashed the big checks following their IMCA features wins Friday, on night two of Lee County Speedway’s Summerfest special.Waterman regained the lead on the 23rd circuit to earn the $1,000 IMCA Modified checkers and 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth.Oliver led all but the opening circuit to take the $1,000 IMCA Sunoco Stock Car checkers ahead of Jeff Mueller and David Brandies.Twenty-four Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods took the green flag in their main event and Lennox took the $1,000 win by half a car length over the 18th starting Tony Dunker.Brandon Reu paced a caution-free Mach-1 Sport Compact main event.
RelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football Ministry reads riot act to NFA, Clubs over resumption of league An FCT High Court in Maitama, Abuja on Tuesday fixed December 16 for the office of the Attorney General of the Federation to report on the harmonisation of the cases against some Nigeria Football Federation officials in the alleged misappropriation of a $9.5 million grant from world’s football governing body, FIFA.Justice Peter Affen had earlier fixed October 22 for ruling in the application filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to join the NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, and Secretary-General, Dr. Mohammed SanusiThe EFCC dragged three officials of Federation before the court in an alleged $9.5 million FIFA grant misappropriation before applying on April 30 to join both Pinnick and Sanusi in the matter as co-defendants.Those being tried earlier were Christopher Andekin, NFF Director of Administration and Finance; Reagan Zaka, Cashier; and Fadanari Mamza, Head, Finance and Account Department.The EFCC charged the defendants with five counts bordering on criminal conspiracy, breach of trust and misappropriation.The EFCC alleged that they conspired between January 8 and 26, 2015 to commit the offence, contrary to Section 97 of Penal Code.Andekin was alleged to have been entrusted with money meant for the development of football in Nigeria, a grant from the world football body.He was alleged to have fraudulently diverted $1.3 million from the NFF domiciliary account with Zenith Bank Plc, an act that is contrary to Section 311 of the Penal Code.Zaka, on his part, was said to have fraudulently diverted $7.2 million rom the FIFA grant, while Mamza was accused of diverting $2.3 million.The defendants all pleaded not guilty to the charge.On June 27, while adopting processes filed in support of the application for joinder, the prosecuting counsel, Steve Odiase, urged the court to grant the application.According to Odiase, the charge filed by the government against the first, second defendants and both Pinnick and Sanusi at the Federal High Court in Abuja was different from the one at the FCT High Court.On his part, counsel for the defendants, Festus Ukpe, while adopting affidavits opposing the joinder, urged the court to refuse the application.At the resumed hearing, Abubakar Musa, senior state counsel, Federation Ministry of Justice, told the court that the Attorney General of the Federation wants all the matters against the defendants pending in different courts to be harmonised.Musa prayed the court that in the interest of justice and to avoid abuse of Court processes that time should be given to them to harmonise the cases.The EFCC counsel, Makinde Olufemi, told the court that they are left with no option than to go with the possible date given.Justice Affen then adjourned until December 16 for the AGF to report on the outcome of the harmonisation.Tags: AGFAmaju PinnickFIFAMohammed SanusiNFF
â€œQualifying for the finals was not easy,â€ Olawale said. â€œWe have not made it for the last two tournaments and being beaten in the semi-finals by Senegal in the Seychelles and missing out on qualifying for the finals in Portugal was very painful. In 2013, we were also beaten by Senegal in the last four. So we were very determined.â€œFor the qualifying tournament this time around, we recalled some of the older players. As captain of the team, I spoke to the players and told them this is a great opportunity. The African championships were in our country, so we had a lot of advantages.â€As hosts, the Super Sand Eagles were seeded into Group A, where they faced CÃ´te d’Ivoire, Egypt and Ghana. â€œThis was not an easy group,â€ Olawale said. â€œCÃ´te d’Ivoire and Egypt are regularly in the semi-finals and Ghana is not a bad team either. But we wanted to avoid facing Senegal again, so we thought that we had to win our group.â€Although they lost their second group match on penalties to rivals Cote d’Ivoire, they benefited from the West African’s defeat against Egypt in their final game, thus giving Nigeria top place and a semi-final match-up against Morocco. A comfortable 6-1 win saw them through to the final, but more importantly, it also gave them a place at the world finals in the Bahamas. Although they lost the championship match to Senegal, they had achieved their main goal.Nigeria will be playing in Group B at the global event. They will be challenging Iran, Italy and Mexico for a place in the knockout stages.â€œAll the teams we will be facing are very, very good teams,â€ Olawale said. â€œHowever, and I say that with the utmost of respect to our opponents, we don’t have to overestimate anybody.â€œWe will take each match as it comes. But we will try our very best. We have to be at our best if we want to make it through to the next round. We have faced some of the teams before and we know that any team that has qualified for the World Cup deserves to be there.â€Bahamas 2017 will be the fourth time that Olawale competes in the showpiece event of beach soccer, having been in the Nigerian team at the 2007 finals in Brazil, the 2009 edition in the United Arab Emirates and the last time the Super Sand Eagles made it through in 2011, when Italy hosted the tournament.Like many other beach soccer players, Olawale started out in the traditional game, but unlike many others, he still competes at the highest level, turning out for El Kanemi Warriors in the Nigerian top flight.â€œWhen I was playing for WA Tlemcen in Algeria, we would often train on the beach and I realised I was good at it,â€ he said. â€œWhen I returned to Nigeria in 2006, I was asked to join the national beach soccer team and it was an opportunity I was not going to miss, even though my heart is with 11-a-side game.â€But it was not only on the beach that he had an opportunity to represent his country, as he was also capped by the Super Eagles. â€œWhen Berti Vogts was coach, he called me up and I played a few games for Nigeria,â€ Olawale said. â€œI have not given up playing for them again, but I have to be realistic. There are many good Nigerian midfielders and it will not be easy for me to get into the side.â€Olawale joined Warriors last year, but was restricted from playing for the club after his previous team Giwa FC ran into financial difficulties. â€œI did not want to risk anything, so I have only started playing a few weeks ago.â€Asked which form of the Beautiful Game he prefers, he hesitates, but only for a few seconds. â€œThe game played on grass,â€ he said. â€œThat drew me to the sport and that is what I prefer. But I am grateful for everything that I have been able to achieve through beach soccer.â€œPlaying beach soccer is very different from playing the other game. Beach soccer is so much more physical. You need to be a strong individual player to play beach soccer. In an 11-a-side game, if one of your team-mates is not doing well, he can still be carried along by the rest of the team.â€Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram FIFA BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUPNigeriaâ€™s Super Sand Eagles are to begin their campaign for honours at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in Bahamas today against Italy.For a man who prefers the 11-a-side version to the five-man game, Isiaka Olawale has achieved quite a lot in beach soccer. The 33-year-old will captain Nigeria at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017. In an interview with FIFA.com, Olawale looks forward to the tournament.
Charles Bolden Jr. will return to the USC Board of Trustees after he left the board in 2009 to serve as the NASA director under the Obama administration. Bolden, who received his master’s degree in systems management from USC in 1977, had previously served as a trustee from 2003 to 2009. Charles Bolden Jr. is a USC alumnus who served as a Marine Corps major general, piloted four missions to space as an astronaut and served as NASA’s top administrator during the Obama presidency. Photo from USC News.The retired Marine Corps major general has a long history with space travel and exploration, commanding and piloting four missions to space before becoming NASA’s administrator. Bolden said he looks forward to coming back to USC, praising the University for its convergence of scientists, engineers, and medical researchers. “It feels great to come back to USC,” Bolden said in a USC news release. “I’m excited about the opportunity to continue my work with this great institution and its many talented faculty members, students and researchers.”Bolden also praised USC’s focus on veteran education and other programs the University has launched over the past decade. “USC is providing veterans with the tools they need to become productive and successful members of the community,” he said in the news release. Bolden was inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame in 2006 and the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 2017. For his military service and NASA career, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal and the Defense Superior Service Medal. He also received the Asa V. Call Award, the top USC alumni honor, in 2003.President C. L. Max Nikias said in the USC news release that Bolden is a courageous leader with a wealth of knowledge and experience, both of which will be a great asset to the University. “We are thrilled to welcome him back to our board,” Nikias said.
Nick Boyle is staying in Baltimore.The Ravens have signed the tight end to a three-year contract extension worth $18 million that includes $10 million in guarantees, NFL Media reported. The Ravens are scheduled to hold a press conference later Thursday. Related News We will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. with a Ravens player and head coach John Harbaugh.Live stream will be available on our Facebook page, app and website.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 7, 2019Boyle, 26, was selected by the Ravens in the fifth round of the 2015 draft. He has compiled 75 total receptions for 613 yards over four seasons in BaltimoreNews of the deal comes one day after the Ravens cut safety Eric Weddle. The veteran defensive leader would have received a $6.5 million base salary in 2019, a number that appeared to be too high for new general manager Eric DeCosta. Ravens cut safety Eric Weddle With the signing, Boyle will become the 15th highest paid tight end in the NFL at $6 million per season.
Friday results: Women round robinEquity 77 UCU 66KPA 82 KCCA 58APR 91 Horseed 51ABC 95 Hawassa 49Men: Group stagesGROUP A – City Oil – Uganda; Patriots – Rwanda; Savio – Tanzania; Hawassa City – EthiopiaGROUP B – Betway Power – Uganda; Gondar City – Ethiopia; A.B.C – Tanzania; K.P.A – KenyaWomen (round robin)UCU, KCCA, Equity, KPA, Horseed , APR, Don Bosco Action as City Oilers storm final with victory over KPA on Friday. PHOTO @cityoilersFINAL SATURDAY 7pm: City Oilers ?? vs Patriots ??Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Pre-tournament favourites City Oilers of Uganda and Patriots from Rwanda will contest Saturday’s final of the FIBA Africa Zone 5 Club Basketball Championships at Lugogo.Patriots silenced the partisan Ugandan crowd at Lugogo by snatching a place in the final at the expense of fancied Power, who failed to respond to a flying start by the visitors.The Patriots took an 18-10 quarter one lead, held on 35-32 at half time and when they stretched it to 57-48 in the 3rd quarter, the final place was in sight.It was the first loss of the tournament for Uganda’s Power, who finishing in the semifinals will be no consolation for all their ambitions.In the other semifinal, City Oilers also got off to a flying start against Kenyans KPA, leading 23-14 in quarter one, 40-23 at half time, 51-39 in the third quarter to seal a place in their second straight Zone 5 Championships final 73-65.The winner of this tournament will represent Zone 5 at the FIBA Africa Champions Cup 2017 that will be hosted in Tunisia in December.The women’s round robin tourney saw UCU suffer their first defeat of the tournament on Friday, falling 77-66 to fancied Kenyans Equity Bank.Kenyan sides Equity and KPA, and Ugandan team UCU remain favourites to snatch the top two places.The top two teams from this tournament will represent Zone 5 at the FIBA Africa Champions Cup Women 2017 set to be held in Angola from November 3-12.Men’s Semi-finalsKPA 65 City Oilers 73Patriots 82 Power 74 Share on: WhatsApp
Motorists and boat owners may feel like they’re paying too much for fuel – even though prices have come down in recent weeks – but annual inspections for accurate measurement at all fuel pumps in Monmouth County have turned up very few violations.From left, Freeholder Serena DiMaso and Monmouth County Department of Weights and Measures employees, Deputy Superintendent Evan Berman and Assistant Superintendent Chris Trezoglou, conducted gas meter testing at a Brielle marina.Recently, Freeholder Serena DiMaso joined a team from the Monmouth County Department of Weights and Measures at Hoffman’s Marina in Brielle to check gasoline and diesel pumps at the dock for accuracy of volume and price. All pumps at the marina were accurate.“Inspectors at the county weights and measures department are the unsung heroes of the Monmouth County consumer,” DiMaso said. “Motorists and boat owners can be assured they are getting what they pay for. Inspectors check every pump to ensure that the price is calibrated properly and actual volume being pumped is correct. The work they do touches the lives of consumers every day.”This year’s inspection came as the average price throughout New Jersey was $3.27 per gallon, and higher for diesel fuel.In addition to checking weighing and measuring devices such as gasoline pumps, scales and oil delivery trucks, the county assures the accuracy of every consumer product sold by weight, measure, count, volume or time. Every device used in trade and almost every product sold in the marketplace is regulated in one way or another by Weights and Measures.Like any other weighing or measuring device in Monmouth County that is used in trade, fuel pumps must be inspected and tested by the Monmouth County Department of Weights and Measures every year. This year inspections began in late April and should be completed by mid-July. By the time inspections are completed, inspectors will have checked 5,000 pumps at 202 service stations and 19 marinas.“Most gasoline pumps are accurate,” said Ben Peluso, superintendent of the Department of Weights and Measures. “The majority of individuals who operate these stations are honest and hard working people. However, from time to time, violations do occur and if they are serious enough a summons is issued and a complaint is filed in the local court.”Results of this year’s gasoline pump inspections won’t be available until August.Two things that a consumer should do when purchasing fuel: make sure the pump has been reset to zero before the attendant begins to put product in their vehicle, and look for a current, dark blue weights and measures sticker on gasoline pumps that will show they have passed inspection.Anyone who has a concern or question about any station should call the Monmouth Department of Weights and Measures at 732-431-7362.