Clips of the Week: March 1, 2013

first_imgBike-heavy on clips this week, but what can I say? They’re the best. Check’em out below.1. When Deer AttackReminiscent of this video, but hitting much closer to home is a clip of an unexpected race-day mishap caught on camera. Nature’s revenge? You be the judge.2. Crazy Dude Does Crazy Downhill Crazy FastI will never tire of watching crazy-ass dudes bomb down crazy-ass downhill courses. Here is the latest from that expanding genre.3. Is It On?Not only a very cool ski video, but a great tutorial on how to make the most of your GoPro edit.Salomon Freeski TV S6E11 – Not another GoPro edit from Salomon Freeski on Vimeo.4. Going SoloBack in the saddle for our final entry. This is a beautifully shot self edit from out in the woods and another great example of maximizing your edit when you’re all alone out there.Aaron LaRocque – Prime Time on Pinkbikelast_img read more

Foundation seeks Medal of Honor award nominations

first_img January 1, 2003 Regular News The Florida Bar Foundation is seeking nominations for its annual Medal of Honor Awards.The Foundation has two categories for the medal of honor award. A nominee for the first category must be a member of The Florida Bar who has demonstrated dedication to the objectives of the Bar: “…to inculcate in its members the principles of duty and service to the public, to improve the administration of justice, and to advance the science of jurisprudence.”Nominees in this first category also must be Florida residents who are actively engaged in a profession relative to the practice of law including, but not limited to, practicing lawyers, judges or teachers in the legal field. Recent recipients in this category are: Patrick G. Emmanuel, Joseph W. Hatchett, Samuel S. Smith (posthumously), Burton Young, Justice Richard W. Ervin, and William O.E. Henry. Last year’s award was presented to Martha W. Barnett.Nominees are also being solicited for a second medal of honor award category. This category recognizes the achievement of nonlawyers, or lawyers not actively engaged in the practice of law. Nominees must have made an outstanding contribution to the improvement of the administration of justice in Florida through research, writing, or other deeds of such character and quality that, in the judgment of the Foundation, warrant the highest award that can be bestowed by the Foundation.Nominees in the second category also must be Florida residents and may be members of The Florida Bar. Recent recipients in this category are: Gene Miller for his integrity and passion as an investigative reporter for the Miami Herald in the coverage of the murder trials of two wrongfully convicted death row inmates, John B. Orr, Jr. (posthumously) for his courageous stand against a package of bills filed in the 1956 Florida Legislature’s special session whose purpose was to perpetuate school segregation, and Paralegal Raul G. Barrera for his leadership and dedication to improving the administration of justice by bringing truth to the ideal of equal justice under the law for migrant farmworkers.The medal of honor awards will be presented at the annual dinner of the Foundation during The Florida Bar annual meeting on June 26 at the Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando.Nominations should list the specific achievements which would qualify an individual to receive a medal of honor and should include a brief biographical sketch of the nominee. Nomination forms are available from the Foundation or can be downloaded from the Foundation’s Web site under the “What’s New” section. Nominations should be sent to: The Florida Bar Foundation, Medal of Honor Awards Program, Post Office Box 1553, Orlando, Florida 32802-1553, (800) 541-2195, (407) 843-0045. Nominations also may be faxed to (407) 839-0287 or sent via e-mail to cwherry@flabarfndn.org. The deadline for nominations is February 14. Foundation seeks Medal of Honor award nominationscenter_img Foundation seeks Medal of Honor award nominationslast_img read more

Big Ten Tournament bracket 2019: TV schedule, scores, how to live stream games

first_imgCONFERENCE TOURNAMENT BRACKETS:AAC | ACC | Big 12 | Big East | Pac-12 | SEC | WCC2019 Big Ten Tournament schedule, bracketFirst round: Wednesday, March 13Game 1: No. 13 Nebraska 68, No. 12 Rutgers 61Game 2: No. 11 Illinois 74, No. 14 Northwestern 69 (OT)Second round: Thursday, March 14Game 3: No. 8 Ohio State 79, No. 9 Indiana 75Game 4: No. 13 Nebraska 69, No. 5 Maryland 61Game 5: No. 7 Minnesota 77, No. 10 Penn State 72Game 6: No. 6 Iowa 83, No. 11 Illinois 62Quarterfinals: Friday, March 15Game 7: No. 1 Michigan State 77, No. 8 Ohio State 70Game 8: No. 4 Wisconsin 66, No. 13 Nebraska 62Game 9: No. 7 Minnesota 75, No. 2 Purdue 73Game 10: No. 3 Michigan 74, No. 6 Iowa 53Semifinals: Saturday, March 16Game 11: No. 1 Michigan State 67,  No. 4 Wisconsin 55Game 12: No. 3 Michigan 76, No. 7 Minnesota 49Big Ten championshp: Sunday, March 17Game 13: No. 1 Michigan State 65, No. 3 Michigan 60How to watch Big Ten TournamentThe first, second and quarterfinal rounds of the Big Ten Tournament can be viewed on the Big Ten Network. After that, all games will be broadcast nationally on CBS. The semifinals and finals are also available for streaming on CBS All Access.You can also live stream games by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. The Big Ten Tournament is back to its Midwest heartland in 2019, running March 13-17 in the United Center in Chicago.This year’s conference play has been defined by the fact that any team, regardless of conference standing, can beat any team on any given night. The Big Ten has been ripe with upsets from bottomfeeders like Penn State knocking off Michigan, Illinois topping Maryland or Indiana beating Michigan State in overtime, just to name a few. MORE: Watch Big Ten tournament games live with fuboTV (7-day trial)Upsets aside, Michigan and Michigan State have established themselves as the cream of the crop. They’ve bucked the underclassmen trend in college basketball: Michigan State is led by juniors Cassius Winston and Nick Ward, while Michigan guards Zavier Simpson and Charles Matthews run the show in Ann Arbor.Purdue has been a worthy challenger all season, even beating the Spartans in January. Led by one of the nation’s best players in Carsen Edwards, the Boilermakers have the potential to claim the Big Ten title. Don’t count out Wisconsin either, not with Ethan Happ playing in his final conference tournament after a long and illustrious career with the Badgers.The schedule for the entire tournament and how to watch is below:2019 Ben Ten Tournament live scoresVisit Sporting News’ scoreboard page for live stats and updates from Big Ten tournament games in progress.last_img read more