Triumph – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 10:30:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://atriunfar.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Triumph – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ 32 32 Stan Kroenke secures third major triumph of 2022 as he backs Arsenal’s latest move https://atriunfar.net/stan-kroenke-secures-third-major-triumph-of-2022-as-he-backs-arsenals-latest-move/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 10:30:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/stan-kroenke-secures-third-major-triumph-of-2022-as-he-backs-arsenals-latest-move/ Stan Kroenke has enjoyed great success across the Atlantic as his many teams claim glory, the latest being the Colorado Avalanche, and he continues to invest in Arsenal’s transfer business. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Arsenal’s pre-season schedule as Gunners head to USA Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke […]]]>

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Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke presided over a third United States triumph after watching the Colorado Avalanche win the Stanley Cup.

The NHL team beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2 to wrap up the seven-game series with an outing to spare. It is their first success in just over two decades and continues a banner year for the American businessman. The 74-year-old invests in a host of teams across several different sports.

Another such is Colorado Mammoth, a lacrosse team founded in 2003. They claimed national glory by winning the second title in their history, beating the Buffalo Bandits earlier this summer in a best-of-three series. Kroenke’s most publicized triumph came at the Super Bowl.

He expanded and moved his NFL franchise from St Louis to Los Angeles in 2016 and they saw the Cincinnati Bengals earlier this year. The Rams took the win at their own home, SoFi Stadium, a newly built 70,000-seat arena that will host World Cup games in 2026.

Kroenke said after the Rams’ success: “It’s amazing, and I’m really, really proud of this group. It was a tough match, and I’m so proud that they performed the way they did at the end.

The American, despite all his successes in his native country, did not see his English investment do the same. Kroenke is widely hated by the Emirates following and he only deepened the disconnect between himself and the fans by engaging in attempts to create the Super League last year. The Arsenal owner is rarely seen as games but is funding another summer of investing.






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Over £100million was spent last term on Martin Odegaard, Ben White and Aaron Ramsdale. However, they narrowly missed out on the top four and Mikel Arteta received the funds to re-enter the transfer market with an imminent move for Gabriel Jesus.

A £45m deal has been agreed with Manchester City as the club look to add much-needed firepower following the departures of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. Arteta knows the Brazilian worked with him at City and the move is close with the striker set to sign a five-year deal.

The Gunners have already agreed a deal for Portuguese midfielder Fabio Vieira, worth just over £30m. The player has left Porto and a swoop for Raphinha is also in the works. The Leeds United winger has been a big hit in the Premier League and could leave this summer, with Arsenal already seeing a bid for him rejected.

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Patidar ton place MP on the eve of historic Ranji Trophy triumph https://atriunfar.net/patidar-ton-place-mp-on-the-eve-of-historic-ranji-trophy-triumph/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 17:19:38 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/patidar-ton-place-mp-on-the-eve-of-historic-ranji-trophy-triumph/ Bengaluru: Rajat Patidar marked his class with an authoritarian century to put Madhya Pradesh on the cusp of their historic Ranji Trophy triumph over 41-time champions Mumbai on a rainy fourth day of the summit clash here on Saturday . Havens opened minutes before the tea break and Madhya Pradesh finished their first innings at […]]]>

Bengaluru: Rajat Patidar marked his class with an authoritarian century to put Madhya Pradesh on the cusp of their historic Ranji Trophy triumph over 41-time champions Mumbai on a rainy fourth day of the summit clash here on Saturday .

Havens opened minutes before the tea break and Madhya Pradesh finished their first innings at 536 shortly after the restart with a breakthrough lead of 162 runs, thanks to Patidar’s superb 122, which counted to 20 limits .

Four hundred were scored by batters on either side, but none oozed more class and skill than Patidar, who was in a league of its own when it came to royal drives on both sides of the wicket.

At the stumps, Mumbai erased part of the deficit, reaching 113 for 2 with Prithvi Shaw (44 from 51 balls) and Hardik Tamore (25 from 32 balls), promoted in order, showing positive intention but throwing their wickets away in desperation of cause. quick runs.

Shaw was fired with a classic bowling shot wide outside the stump and he eventually chased one from Gourav Yadav straight into the hands of cover.

With 95 overs remaining on the final day, there is very little chance Mumbai will win this game unless they score over 320 runs in 50 overs (including Saturday’s overs) and set a target of 150 odds for MP with at least 45-50 overs to get all 10 wickets.

The wicket shows no signs of unraveling and therefore the possibility of an MP collapse in the fourth innings does not seem imminent at this time. Above all, knowing that they have a lead in the first leg, MP will now like to lower the flaps because the end will prove the means.

The day belonged to Patidar

When day four started, MP needed seven more points to take the lead in the first moto, but what was more important was that Patidar played at least one session and he did so with minimal difficulty. turmoil, which could now prove decisive in the context of the Game.

Patidar broke seven more boundaries after his 13 on day three and by the time he was out for 122 balls from 219, Madhya Pradesh’s lead had passed 100 points and the glum faces of the Mumbai players said it all.

A straight-faced Chandrakant Pandit, who has been sitting all four days in a corner of the locker room, can now afford a broad smile as even a miracle cannot turn things around for his home country.

The Madhya Pradesh rounds lasted exactly 14 hours and two minutes and by the end of it all they had beaten Mumbai, a similar type of torture the national powerhouse is used to inflicting on their opponents over the years.

Patidar first hit Mohit Avasthi for a boundary then hit him through the cover point for a couple to give MP the biggest lead.

When a player finds his mark at a higher level, he tends to dominate at a level that is notch below. The IPL could have been a white ball competition, but the kind of confidence Patidar gained in his century against the Lucknow Super Giants in the May 25 IPL Eliminator came in handy. He made the best use of it exactly one month later, on June 25, when he got his eighth and most important cent of his first-class career.

The cornerstone of MP’s success this season has been their consistently No. 2, 3, and 4 hitting and scoring streaks.

While Patidar has so far scored 628 points and is second to Sarfaraz Khan (937) in the run-getters list, Yash Dubey (613) and Shubham Sharma (578) have also earned their stripes with winning performances.

While Dubey and Sharma provided solidity, Patidar added flamboyance with his adventurous shot-playing but at the same time was shrewd enough to know when he needed to defend.

Mulani, the tireless operator

Shams Mulani was a disappointment for most of day three as he went 40 overs with just one wicket to show his efforts. His final numbers for the day 63.2-11-173-5 might not make for great reading, but the left arm round spinner gave it his all as Shaw used him unchanged from start to finish until ‘at lunch.

He was better on the fourth morning as he rolled a little slower through the air and gave the ball more flight as he dipped on some of the lower middle order hitters.

He got a capable ally in Avasthi (32-7-93-2) while Tushar Deshpande (36-10-116-3) was sharp in a few of his spells.

The delivery to clean Patidar was an out-of-cut delivered from a wide ply.

The man whose performance was like a sore thumb was Dhawal Kulkarni (24-4-53-0), who mostly made innocuous deliveries on the off-strain fifth and sixth channels.

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Youngkin and Vega celebrate the Republican primary triumph of Prince William’s supervisor | Local News https://atriunfar.net/youngkin-and-vega-celebrate-the-republican-primary-triumph-of-prince-williams-supervisor-local-news/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 09:15:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/youngkin-and-vega-celebrate-the-republican-primary-triumph-of-prince-williams-supervisor-local-news/ from LEADS AND STAFF REPORTS On Wednesday, GOP candidate Yesli Vega celebrated her victory in Tuesday’s Republican primary by appearing with Gov. Glenn Youngkin at a restaurant in Woodbridge. She was cheered on by cheering supporters to win her party’s 7th congressional district race, making her the standard bearer who will challenge U.S. Rep. Abigail […]]]>

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On Wednesday, GOP candidate Yesli Vega celebrated her victory in Tuesday’s Republican primary by appearing with Gov. Glenn Youngkin at a restaurant in Woodbridge.

She was cheered on by cheering supporters to win her party’s 7th congressional district race, making her the standard bearer who will challenge U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-7th, this fall.

“I am honored that the voters of Virginia’s 7th Congressional District have chosen me to be the Republican nominee in this fall’s general election,” Vega said in a statement late Tuesday night. “As the first conservative Hispanic to win a Republican congressional primary in Virginia, this is a historic moment for Hispanics in Virginia and our country. I want to thank my family, friends, volunteers and all voters who believe in our message of freedom, security and economic prosperity.

“We have taken our first step,” she continued. “Now is the time to bring everyone together, Republicans and Democrats, because inflation does not discriminate. There is no Democratic cutback at the gas pump or the grocery store, and everyone is a victim of anarchy. Tonight we celebrate; tomorrow we aim to retake the 7th and win in November!

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The Prince William County supervisor clinched his party’s nomination in Tuesday’s low turnout six-candidate primary, anticipating a general election showdown with a stark ideological contrast between the conservative brandon and the centrist Democratic incumbent.

Vega’s nomination to a redesigned district in Northern Virginia sets up what will likely be one of the most closely watched contests in the country, a key to the battle for control of the United States House of Representatives.

Vega outplayed her rivals at Prince William, where she works as a deputy sheriff, and held off a surprising challenge from political outsider Derrick Anderson. Vega led by about 5 percentage points when the final votes were counted. Anderson, a lawyer and former Green Beret, won his home county of Spotsylvania, home of state Sen. Bryce Reeves, R-Spotsylvania.

Reeves, in her third term in the Virginia Senate, had entered the election as an apparent favorite but finished a distant third, ahead of Stafford board chairwoman Crystal Vanuch. Spotsylvania supervisor David Ross and Prince William’s educator Gina Ciarcia finished fifth and sixth respectively.

Vega carried Orange, Culpeper, Greene and Prince William counties.

In Culpeper County, with 17 of 18 precincts reporting Wednesday, Vega won 32% of the tally with 1,051 votes, Anderson won 30% with 981 votes, Reeves won 21% with 701 votes, Vanuch got 8.4 % with 276 votes, Ross won 4.4 percent with 146 votes and Ciarcia won 3.5 percent with 114 votes, according to the National Board of Elections. In Culpeper, more than 3,269 people voted in those 17 precincts, the council’s website says.

“It went well,” Culpeper County Registrar of Electors James Clements said of primary election day. “We have a great team of election officials who all worked together to make the day go well for Culpeper voters.”

In the fundraiser, Reeves led the field of six Republican candidates with more than $680,000 through June 1, but Vega relied on his support for Prince William, who holds the largest number of voters in the newly drawn 7th District.

She also relied on endorsements from conservative Republicans aligned with former President Donald Trump—Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who campaigned for her on Monday; Rep. Bob Good, R-5e, member of the House Freedom Caucus; and former Rep. Dave Brat, R-7e, who lost his seat to Spanberger in 2018.

“It’s very clear that Vega is trying to build his entire campaign on the far-right segment of the Republican Party,” said Stephen Farnsworth, director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington.

“It makes sense for the primary … but it creates general election liabilities,” Farnsworth said on the eve of the primary.

The Virginia Supreme Court approved the district’s new boundaries on December 28, moving its base from the Richmond suburb of Henrico and Chesterfield counties to Northern Virginia and the Fredericksburg area. Spanberger faced no opposition for the Democratic nomination for a third term in the 7th, even though she lives in west Henrico and has not publicly committed to moving to the new district.

It was a bitter loss for Reeves, who tried to stay above the fray but blamed his defeat on negative publicity from his opponents.

“We played the game with honor,” he told disappointed fans gathered at a restaurant in downtown Fredericksburg. They included Del. Nick Freitas, R-Culpeper, who was the Republican nominee in a narrow election loss to Spanberger in 2020.

Reeves had claimed an advantage within the boundaries of the newly drawn 7th District, which includes much of his Fredericksburg-area Senate district, including his home in Spotsylvania County. It also includes parts of Prince William County, where he worked as a police officer and detective, and Stafford County, where his insurance office is located.

“I couldn’t have worked harder,” he said in an interview,

But Vega received around 52% of the vote in Prince William, taking away his Anderson past.

Of the. Tara Durant, R-Stafford, who had backed Reeves, said Spanberger should “absolutely be worried” about Vega’s victory at the Republican nomination.

“His seat is in serious jeopardy with Yesli Vega as the candidate,” Durant said.

Anderson played his part as a political underdog, but raised nearly $600,000 through June 1, trailing only Reeves. He argued during the campaign that he offered the best chance of defeating Spanberger, a former CIA case operative and criminal investigator for the U.S. Postal Service, because of his military background.

Veteran Richmond political commentator Bob Holsworth said ahead of the election that Spanberger might prefer to run against Vega in a district that leans Democratic but voted last fall for Republican Glenn Youngkin as governor.

“That’s probably the kind of race Spanberger would like to run,” Holsworth said.

In a statement ahead of the primary results, Spanberger said one of the potential GOP nominees was “too extreme.”

Each, she said, had “not come up with a plan to solve the problems facing Virginians.”

“Instead, they all promised to criminalize women’s right to choose and destroy the right to privacy, dismantle the Affordable Care Act and pander to mega-donors and the gun lobby. , rather than protecting our families and law enforcement with common sense proposals to prevent gun violence,” the two-term lawmaker continued.

“Virginians will have a clear choice this fall,” Spanberger said. “I look forward to debating the issues with my opponent and winning re-election.”

Clements, the Culpeper Registrar, shares some updates for people looking ahead to this fall’s general election.

“We would like to remind everyone that our office is not open for voting on Election Day. Our office on Main Street is the location for early voting, which ends the Saturday before each election,” he said. “We had voters from all over the county come to our office to vote yesterday because they had done so during the early voting period for the past few years. We wish we could have spared them the trip to town.

Clements said that for people who don’t know where their polling place is on Election Day, the State Department of Elections should send new voter notices to all registered voters this summer, with information about their vote place.

“Please seek out this notice and save it for reference for the November 8, 2022 election,” he advised.

Richmond Times-Dispatch writer Michael Martz and Culpeper Star-Exponent writer Clint Schemmer contributed to this report.

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“Each Exalted Triumph:” Nine Midcoast Adult and Community Education Graduates https://atriunfar.net/each-exalted-triumph-nine-midcoast-adult-and-community-education-graduates/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 13:40:43 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/each-exalted-triumph-nine-midcoast-adult-and-community-education-graduates/ Midcoast Adult and Community Education graduates wave their tassels left at the end of their graduation ceremony in Waldoboro on Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Bisi Cameron Yee) In her speech at the Midcoast Adult and Community Education graduation ceremony at Medomak Valley High School on Thursday, June 9, graduate Austen Brewer called COVID-19 a […]]]>

Midcoast Adult and Community Education graduates wave their tassels left at the end of their graduation ceremony in Waldoboro on Thursday, June 9. (Photo by Bisi Cameron Yee)

In her speech at the Midcoast Adult and Community Education graduation ceremony at Medomak Valley High School on Thursday, June 9, graduate Austen Brewer called COVID-19 a “massive curveball.” He was a junior when the world stopped and he said he spent the next two years “kind of letting go of the idea of ​​school”.

“COVID has changed the way we learn, changed high school life,” he said. “People have become more distant, social life has practically disappeared. For me, it just felt like it was more stressful and unnecessary to show up to class twice a week.

Brewer went to work instead. “It went well. First.” However, he soon realized that without an education, he could not move forward with the career goals he had set for himself.

Brewer credited the adult education teachers and support staff who he says always greeted him with respect, encouraged him and pushed him further than he thought he could go.

He thanked Kayla Sikora, director of Midcoast Adult and Community Education, for helping not only him, but all of the students. Citing the “hours of conversations” they shared, he said Sikora cared as much about the students as they did about their hopes and dreams.

“She never let me down,” Brewer said. “It’s big in this world.”

After Brewer’s speech, instructional technician Kali Martin read a speech by graduate Gabrielle Keene, holding the student’s hand the entire time.

“I don’t want to make a bloody story out of this, but my life has never been easy,” Keene’s speech began. “I’m alive today because I almost died yesterday.”

Keene survived a rollover on Route 1 in 2019 when she was 17. She was taken by LifeFlight to the hospital and, according to Sikora, it was uncertain whether she would ever walk again.

“It’s huge that she’s still alive,” Sikora said.

According to Keene, the accident gave him his toughest challenge yet and “it will follow me to the day I die”.

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“Every triumph has been exalted and every calamity has been grievous,” Keene said. “But no matter how disadvantageous it was, it saved me.”

Keene said she got a second chance at everything: life, school, family.

“I have no other way to express my gratitude for living than living,” she said.

Sikora said the Class of 2022 has seen a lot of young adults joining the program.

“This year the students were a little better prepared,” she said. “They had already received a good education” from teachers in a traditional secondary school setting. COVID-19 interrupted their education and for some affected their ability to return to the traditional path.

This year’s class is ages 16-21. Two students are 16 and cannot test their diploma until they turn 17 this summer. These students will actually graduate a year earlier than if they had taken the traditional program.

Sikora said she would like to see the path required for her students change. From now on, students must officially drop out of high school to be accepted into the adult education program. Sikora wants its students to have the option of transferring into the program instead so that there is no strike action against the student or the school.

She is excited about the recently announced Free Community College Scholarship Program which offers a full path to Maine high school graduates in the classes of 2020-2023. There are no income or age limits, and the scholarship pays for up to two years of tuition.

The program was proposed in February 2022, and a supplementary budget including $20 million in scholarships was signed by Maine Governor Janet Mills in April.

According to the proposal, about 8,000 young people in Maine are expected to benefit from the program, earn significantly more money over the course of their careers than high school graduates, and enter the workforce with high-value credentials in high-demand areas. .

The program, which is available at seven community colleges across the state, is also available to HiSET graduates and Sikora said several of its students “certainly plan to take advantage of (the opportunity).”

“It’s truly amazing that HiSET students are included,” she said, noting that students who pursue alternative pathways to graduation have been overlooked or excluded from beneficial programs in the past.

Sikora is currently doing research for her doctorate on why students who do not succeed in traditional high school succeed in adult education.

“There are several paths to high school completion,” she said.

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Ellis Genge hails Leicester Premiership triumph but later highlights racist abuse | Leicester https://atriunfar.net/ellis-genge-hails-leicester-premiership-triumph-but-later-highlights-racist-abuse-leicester/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 21:01:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/ellis-genge-hails-leicester-premiership-triumph-but-later-highlights-racist-abuse-leicester/ Ellis Genge has described Leicester’s crowning as champions of England as the highlight of his career, only to have it marred hours later by the latest example of abuse by the social media underclass. A Twitter user congratulated the Tigers captain on his victory, before sending in his next direct message the only word starting […]]]>

Ellis Genge has described Leicester’s crowning as champions of England as the highlight of his career, only to have it marred hours later by the latest example of abuse by the social media underclass.

A Twitter user congratulated the Tigers captain on his victory, before sending in his next direct message the only word starting with N which evokes the worst in the history of racism of humanity.

Genge anonymized the tweet before reposting it. He described these messages as “banal”, before insisting that “social networks / the law applies to it”.

Hopefully Genge then resumed celebrating Leicester’s triumph without further thought. Twice the day after the match, he hailed the crushing victory, clinched by Freddie Burns’ last-minute drop goal, as the highlight of his career. “I would say so,” he said. “I’ll think about it later, but I won almost nothing. We’ve always been pretty close to second place in my career so far.

And sometimes not even that. Genge joined Leicester in 2016, signing from Bristol, where he will return this summer.

During his six years at Welford Road, the Tigers’ fortunes reached depths hitherto uncharted by England’s biggest rugby club.

The former all-around champions finished 11th out of 12 straight seasons in that time. For the second, two seasons ago, the only reason they weren’t relegated was the small matter of the 105 points Saracens, their opponents defeated on Saturday, were deducted, thanks to their salary cap violations.

Genge described how fans threw their season cards at players during these dark times. Fast forward a few years and they had more adoring voices, which made the 70,000 people gathered at Twickenham feel like a home crowd.

“I loved hearing the Tigers singing,” Genge said. “It was overwhelming and the lap at the end was absolutely brilliant. They were reasonably consistent. I kind of got it [the fans’ reaction] when we were 11th, but they were amazing during my stay here. It’s what they deserve, as die-hard fans. That’s what you get if you stick with a team.

The love of the Midlands circulating in South West London was rich and abundant, so many stories within stories, and Genge walked through them all with aplomb. His tribute to retired Tom Youngs, the man he replaced as captain, who lost his wife, Tiffany, to cancer only the week before last, was magnificent.

Other tributes followed: to Burns, the winner of the match, finally champion at 32; to George Ford, who limped off in the first half in his last game for Leicester; to the club men behind the scenes, the Smiths, Brett Deacon et al; the agonies players endured at the Coal Front trying to wake up from those recent nadirs; to Steve Borthwick, whose reign coincided with Leicester’s revival of fortunes.

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“Steve is brilliant. I first met him when he came to Bristol [in 2015] after a successful stay in Japan. He has seen me grow since then. He’s pretty tough on me, keeps me grounded. I hope he won’t mind staying in touch with me for the next 12 months!

Genge noted with a smile that the celebration time will be fierce, but not as long as one might think. He has pledged to ‘blow the roof off’ but will soon report to camp with England ahead of the three Test tour of Australia. Barely back from that, and he’ll be packing for a return to his hometown club Bristol, who have suffered their own mini-crisis since finishing the 2020-21 regular season like Leicester did this one. , in first place.

The fate of the modern rugby player shows no signs of easing. Blood still dripping from his forehead, Genge looked and spoke as if he didn’t want it any other way. Days like his at Twickenham this weekend are the reason they keep coming back. And why the background noise of social media should be dismissed with contempt.

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Gilmore and Colapinto triumph in the first El Salvador Pro https://atriunfar.net/gilmore-and-colapinto-triumph-in-the-first-el-salvador-pro/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 21:28:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/gilmore-and-colapinto-triumph-in-the-first-el-salvador-pro/ Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games – Surfing – Women’s Shortboard – Round 1 – Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach, Tokyo, Japan – July 25, 2021. Stephanie Gilmore of Australia in action during Heat 3 REUTERS/Lisi Niesner Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register June 17 (Reuters) – Australia’s seven-time world champion Stephanie Gilmore won the inaugural […]]]>

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June 17 (Reuters) – Australia’s seven-time world champion Stephanie Gilmore won the inaugural Surf City El Salvador Pro on Friday, coming from behind to battle her way to victory over California’s Lakey Peterson in the final.

Young Californian Griffin Colapinto took an aggressive and progressive approach to earning his second win of the year on the circuit, impressing the judges with his sweeping turns throughout the event.

His final against leader Filipe Toledo was something of an aerial spectacle, with the Brazilian scoring a near-perfect 9.57 out of 10 for two giant jumps on a wave, before Colapinto netted a nine.

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With their scores level and under three minutes on the clock, Toledo let Colapinto take a smaller wave which he tore up with a series of carves and spins, finishing with a two-wave total of 17 out of 20, a point ahead of Toledo.

“It means everything,” Colapinto said. “Filipe is the best in the world at the moment and he can do pretty much anything on the books, so to have the final with him and end up having it in the last two minutes is what I dream of.”

The contest was the first world championship tournament held in La Libertad as the Salvadoran government sought to generate interest in its surf tourism industry.

The long cobbled tip of Punta Roca never quite reached the quality it is capable of as a nearby tropical storm made conditions tricky, but it still produced decent waves overhead for the last two days.

“I came here for the (International Surfing Association) event last year, and fell in love with this place,” Gilmore said after his career-best 33rd victory. “Muchas gracias Punta Roca, and El Salvador, it’s really special.

“Thank you for letting us ride your waves and making us feel so welcome. I’m so happy to be here and winning is just the icing on the cake.”

The wins propel Gilmore and Colapinto to third place in their respective standings as the tour now heads to Brazil for the penultimate leg.

The top five men and women after the 10-event world tour will compete in a one-day final competition in California in September.

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TRIUMPH – Allied Forces 40th Anniversary Box Back in Stock https://atriunfar.net/triumph-allied-forces-40th-anniversary-box-back-in-stock/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 22:09:41 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/triumph-allied-forces-40th-anniversary-box-back-in-stock/ Triumph has announced its Allied Forces 40e The anniversary box is back in stock. The set is expected to ship on or around June 29th. Canadian fans can order the set directly from Metalworks. Head toward officialtriumphmerch.com order allied forces 40e Anniversary box. A rock music collector’s dream, the Allied Forces box set released by […]]]>

Triumph has announced its Allied Forces 40e The anniversary box is back in stock. The set is expected to ship on or around June 29th. Canadian fans can order the set directly from Metalworks. Head toward officialtriumphmerch.com order allied forces 40e Anniversary box.

A rock music collector’s dream, the Allied Forces box set released by Round Hill Records includes:

– Vinyl #1: Picture Disc of the original Allied Forces studio album
– Vinyl #2: 2xLP Live in Cleveland 1981
– Vinyl #3: 7” Single – Tribute 2021
– Version of “Allied Forces” + “Magic Power” live from Ottawa 1982 (Never Before Release)
– 11×17 Poster Maple Leaf Gardens (CANADA EXCLUSIVE)
– 24-page booklet featuring rare photos and behind the scenes. + Essay on Allied Forces
– 40th Anniversary Allied Forces Retro Tour Book
– Allied Forces 40th Anniversary Retro Tour Poster
– Allied Forces 40th Anniversary Retro Pass
– Rik Pics (3 hand-drawn cartoons)
– Handwritten lyrics (Magic Power, Allied Forces & Fight the Good Fight)

List of Allied Forces tracks:

In front of
“Crazy about your love”
“Magic power”
“Air raid”
“Allied Forces”
“Hot Hour (In This Town Tonight)”

B-side
“Fight the good fight”
“Ordinary Man”
“Little Study”
“Say Goodbye”


2 X LP Live in Cleveland 1981 (remastered)


List of Live in Cleveland songs:
Disc 1 Side A
” Introduction “
“Tear off the roof”
“American Girls”
“Put It on the Line”
“Allied Forces”

B-side
“Fight the good fight”
“Blinding Light Show / Moonchild”


Disc 2 Side C
“Rock ‘n’ Roll Machine”
“I live for the weekend”
“Nature’s Child”
drum solo

D-side
Instrumental
“Path of the Rockies”
“Hot Hour (In Town Tonight)”

Limited Edition 7″ Single
Vinyl #3: 7″ Single – 2021 tribute version of “Allied Forces” + “Magic Power” Live from Ottawa 1982 (Never Before Release)

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Vikram Collections: Kamal Haasan triumphs in Singapore https://atriunfar.net/vikram-collections-kamal-haasan-triumphs-in-singapore/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 03:59:58 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/vikram-collections-kamal-haasan-triumphs-in-singapore/ Vikram Collections: Kamal Haasan triumphs in Singapore Vikram Box office Collections: Kamal Haasan, Fahadh Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi star of action drama Vikram continues its box office rampage. The film, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, is proving to be one of the biggest performers in Kollywood this year. According to the latest report, Vikram has crossed […]]]>
Vikram Collections: Kamal Haasan triumphs in Singapore

Vikram Box office Collections: Kamal Haasan, Fahadh Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi star of action drama Vikram continues its box office rampage. The film, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, is proving to be one of the biggest performers in Kollywood this year. According to the latest report, Vikram has crossed the SG$1 million mark in Singapore. The success of the action film is attributed to the powerful performances of the three main stars Vijay Sethupathi, Kamal Haasan and Fahadh Faasil as well as the direction of Lokesh Kanagaraj.

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Industry tracker Ramesh Bala confirmed the same by sharing the collections figure on his twitter: Vikram crosses the SG$1m mark in Singapore.

The Vikram film became the top choice of moviegoers after its release on June 3, 2022 in direct competition with Akshay Kumar’s Samrat Prithviraj and Adivi Sesh with Major. Vikram is on its way to becoming one of the highest grossing Tamil films of 2022. Kamal Haasan starrer’s 10-day global gross is said to be around Rs 300 cr.

We previously reported that to celebrate the success of Kamal Haasan’s Vikram, Chiranjeevi hosted a dinner party for the actor at his residence.

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A disappointment, a feast for the eyes and a triumph https://atriunfar.net/a-disappointment-a-feast-for-the-eyes-and-a-triumph/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 13:13:16 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/a-disappointment-a-feast-for-the-eyes-and-a-triumph/ When it comes to General Hospital, every fan has their own opinion – and Soap Hub is no different. For five days we sat and watched the good, the bad, and everything in between, and now we bring you a hands-on review and cheeky critique of the GH week that was. General Hospital: Critics’ Week […]]]>

When it comes to General Hospital, every fan has their own opinion – and Soap Hub is no different. For five days we sat and watched the good, the bad, and everything in between, and now we bring you a hands-on review and cheeky critique of the GH week that was.

General Hospital: Critics’ Week in Review

Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital, or at least the scenes relating to Britt Westbourne’s (Kelly Thiebaud) “intervention” was a complete triumph! Brave performances, lively and painfully sincere dialogue, and not a false note to be found.

The bar was high that day. Did the rest of the week pick up and rise to the challenge? Well, there were definitely other highlights.

Ryan Chamberlin’s (Jon Lindstrom) violent, blood-tinged reverie was a shock and a half, and the sight of Mac Scorpio (John J. York) and Felicia Scorpio (Kristina Wagner) FINALLY in the proceedings was welcome.

Rumors abound that the pair were actually supposed to have a much larger role in the latest Ryan-starring storyline, but real issues ultimately prevented their participation. I’m tempted to believe that, especially since I remember when Felicia suddenly sported a hairstyle that would have her double-cross Ava Jerome Cassadine (Maura West) from behind. Ah, what could have been.

I was too lightly, cautiously, secretly intrigued by the possibility that there is something more to the story of Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) than meets the eye… but don’t tell anyone! I’m afraid if this comes out, General Hospital will barely come back to introduce Liz and her plight. Remember when we were all debating what was going on with her and suddenly everything was relegated to a few scenes one day a week?

I’m still disappointed by the writing of Marshall Ashford (Robert Gossett) and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell). It’s impossible that a man diagnosed with schizophrenia in the 1970s never had another significant mental health problem. No way. The has be more to this story I don’t care about.

Also, the writers at General Hospital will never tie me to Michael if they keep giving him lines like, “Ned is throwing a tantrum because he’s not getting what he wants.” Does the pot meet the kettle a lot? Michael inherited this obvious lack of self-awareness from his mom. You can be sure!

That said, it was a nice twist that Dex (Evan Hofer) was on Michael’s payroll. I considered Dex a bad guy on day one, but figured he was working on behalf of the West Coast mobster trying to infiltrate the less-than-reputable business of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).

Other thoughts on GH

*Correct me if I’m wrong – and I know many of you will be only too happy to do so – but didn’t Britt find out she simply had the genetic marker for Huntington’s disease, not the disease itself?

If so, doesn’t Chris and Dan/Dan and Chris know the difference, as Liesl was adamant on Tuesday’s show that Britt has Huntington’s disease.

* Congratulations to the scenography team of the General Hospital. Their latest creation, the Quartermaine stables/dormitories, is a feast for the eyes.

* Guess no more people! Damian Spinelli (Bradford Anderson) is indeed the man behind Society Setups – what a poor excuse for a story – and Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali) is indeed the daughter of Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner).

*While I still greatly appreciate Josh Kelly in his new role, I have to go back to what I wrote last week. After watching him in a number of scenes opposite Kelly Thiebaud’s Britt, I have to say that I just don’t see the chemistry I was so hoping to see. Personally, I think Thiebaud has a lot more sparks with Cameron Mathison’s Drew.

* Who, I say, who was the Wu who betrayed Selena (Lydia Look)?

General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtime. For more on what’s going on in Port Charles, check out all the latest GH spoiler posts, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.

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How to Complete Fever Dream’s Triumph in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted https://atriunfar.net/how-to-complete-fever-dreams-triumph-in-destiny-2-season-of-the-haunted/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 13:20:45 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/how-to-complete-fever-dreams-triumph-in-destiny-2-season-of-the-haunted/ In Destiny 2, Fever Dream is one of the many Triumphs Guardians can claim during the Season of the Haunted. This triumph is significant for those aiming to win the Reaper title in the current season. To complete this Triumph, Guardians will need to hunt down four different Nightmare bosses spread around Derelict Leviathan. These […]]]>

In Destiny 2, Fever Dream is one of the many Triumphs Guardians can claim during the Season of the Haunted. This triumph is significant for those aiming to win the Reaper title in the current season.

To complete this Triumph, Guardians will need to hunt down four different Nightmare bosses spread around Derelict Leviathan. These bosses are hard to find, which makes them even harder to complete.

Here’s everything Guardians need to do to achieve this triumph.


How to Get Fever Dream Triumph in Destiny 2

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As mentioned earlier, Guardians will need to defeat four different Nightmare bosses. Two of these bosses are located in the Royal Pools, while the other two are located in Pleasure Gardens.

Fever Dream Triumph has four different bosses for the Guardian to defeat in Destiny 2 (Screenshot by Sportskeeda)
Fever Dream Triumph has four different bosses for the Guardian to defeat in Destiny 2 (Screenshot by Sportskeeda)

Royal Pools

One of the most popular locations in Derelict Leviathan is the Royal Pools. This area featured one of the main raid mechanics when the Leviathan raid was part of the game.

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Drainage

The nightmare Guardians must defeat in the Drainage section is the Nightmare of Qualec, the Sharpshooter. This boss spawns in the Royal Pools area. This boss only appears if the Guardian sees a message saying, “A red laser dot passes over your ghost..”

Guardians can deal with the Nightmare in the following ways:

  • Go to the Royal Pools area and head down the alley on the right.
  • Once in the alley, the Guardians will have to go to the second door on their right and go to the back of the room. There should be a hole in the ground.
  • Guardians must head inside this hole, then clear the adjoining rooms of any advertisements that appear, until they encounter Qualec’s Nightmare.

Guardians must defeat this boss and collect the chest they drop in order to complete this first challenge in Destiny 2.


Shadow Ritual

The boss associated with this challenge can be found in the Royal Pools area of ​​Destiny 2 and only appears after the message “Dark Ether is thickening in the air..” Guardians can take on the boss by following the steps listed below :

  • After going to the Royal Pools, Guardians will need to cross the room directly in front of them.
  • They must cross this room and go to their left, then enter the small door on the right.
  • Guardians will then need to clear the advertisements that appear in this room before they can complete three summoning rituals, which eventually spawn Syad’s Nightmare.

Defeating this boss and collecting the chest will complete this part of the challenge for Guardians in Destiny 2 Season of the Haunted.


pleasure gardens

The Pleasure Gardens in Destiny 2 was also another location featured in the Leviathan Raid. Although it no longer looks like it did during the raid, the structures here are still somewhat intact.

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Beasts of War Sporest

This boss spawns in the Pleasure Gardens area on the Derelict Leviathan in Destiny 2 and appears when the message “A distant hum of sleeping beasts of war..” appears. Guardians can deal with the boss in the following ways:

  • They will need to head to the raised part just below the large statue of Calus in the Pleasure Gardens area of ​​Destiny 2.
  • There should be a hole in the ground here for Guardians to fall into.
  • Once they’ve fallen into the hole, they should see a few sleeping beasts of war. They have to eliminate these warbeasts and other advertisements that appear here until Carun’s nightmare appears.

The remaining exercise is the same as the previous bosses.


Nightmare violated

This is the final part Guardians must complete to get their hands on the Fever Dream Triumph in Destiny 2. That said, this challenge is slightly different from the others. This is the only challenge that has two bosses for Guardians to defeat. The two bosses are known as Nightmare of Kralok and Nightmare of Halok.

They only appear when the message “A clash of sword and shield..” appears on the HUD. Guardians can deal with the boss in the following ways:

  • They must fight their way into a small alcove that is at the opposite end of the Calus statue in the Royal Gardens area.

Guardians must defeat the two Nightmares in this room, and this completes the final challenge of this Triumph in Destiny 2.


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