Triumph – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 19:14:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://atriunfar.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Triumph – Atriunfar http://atriunfar.net/ 32 32 GRIT AND COURAGE: triumph over tribulation for MUN graduate from Bangladesh https://atriunfar.net/grit-and-courage-triumph-over-tribulation-for-mun-graduate-from-bangladesh/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 19:14:19 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/grit-and-courage-triumph-over-tribulation-for-mun-graduate-from-bangladesh/ Jannatul Alam was 11,000 kilometers from her home when her father died. “When I lost my father, that was the most shocking event for me,” she says. Jahangir Alam died of a heart attack in the fall of 2018, a month and a half after his daughter left Dhaka, Bangladesh to attend St. John’s Memorial […]]]>

Jannatul Alam was 11,000 kilometers from her home when her father died.

“When I lost my father, that was the most shocking event for me,” she says.

Jahangir Alam died of a heart attack in the fall of 2018, a month and a half after his daughter left Dhaka, Bangladesh to attend St. John’s Memorial University.

Her lifelong goal was to study abroad, meet new people and explore unknown places.

Losing her father – especially as she adjusted to school in a new country, so far from her family – was a tragic setback.

Coping was a challenge.

Some suggested she take the semester and go home to be with her family.

But despite her grief, Jannatul chose not to delay her studies or give up on her dream.

“I wanted to stick with it, no matter what,” she says.

With the help of friends, teachers and other supporters at Memorial, she held on.

“Even though it was difficult, I finished all my classes, thanks to my teachers and friends who helped me at that time,” she says.

“I learned to live with it.”

Jannatul Alam, from Dhaka, Bangladesh, decided to stick with her studies so that she could graduate from Memorial University of Newfoundland despite several setbacks on her way to graduation.  - Contributed
Jannatul Alam, from Dhaka, Bangladesh, decided to stick with her studies so that she could graduate from Memorial University of Newfoundland despite several setbacks on her way to graduation. – Contributed

But his story of triumph over the tribulation does not end there, unfortunately.

Imagine yourself still coming to terms with the loss of a parent in a new country, thousands of miles from home, and then being hit by a car.

In December 2019, just days before the start of the January 2020 semester, Jannatul was hit by a vehicle while crossing a road in the busy Ropewalk Lane area of ​​St. John’s.

Doctors said it was lucky she survived.

Incredibly, the only serious physical damage was the loss of a few teeth.

“It was the only thing, but luckily it’s salvageable,” she says.

Again, people advised him to take a semester off and go back to Bangladesh for a while.

But as the song says, Jannatul was knocked down but she got back up.

She didn’t want any of this home business. His goal has remained steadfastly the same: to not miss any school and to graduate on schedule.

“I wanted to stick with it no matter what,” she says.

Once again, various supporters at Memorial—friends, teachers, the Internationalization Office, the Office of Student Life, and the School Counseling Center—offered support in getting Jannatul back on its feet.

“Everyone has helped me a lot to continue with my classes and deal with this mental stress that has gone through both periods (of difficulty),” she says. “Finally, I succeeded.

“Right now, when I look back, it’s like, I’m happy and I’m grateful that they didn’t abandon me back then. They were there, right?

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“It was all done in one day”

In October, nearly two years after the accident, Jannatul heard his name called and walked through the convocation stage to receive his business degree.

It’s a 50-foot walk across the stage from the St. John’s Center for the Arts and Culture, a brief jaunt considering Jannatul’s long and bumpy journey to get there.

It was as if all the dedication and perseverance had paid off, she said.

“Everything was done in one day.”

She says her father would have been delighted with what she had accomplished.

“He was already so proud. And if he had seen me, and graduated and everything, he would have been so proud.

Jannatul started a new job with KPMG in St. John’s after graduating.

Graduating and learning from life experiences will undoubtedly set her up for success.

Her big lesson from the setbacks she faced: Unexpected events beyond your control are inevitable, but you can decide how you feel about what happens.

“So I learned that we have to stay strong and have the mentality to face what is coming,” says Jannatul, “so that when it happens, we don’t get anxious or lose hope. . .

“Always have hope, no matter what, that things will get better as they go, because those who can stay, no matter what, are the ones who win and have the advantage.”


Steve Bartlett is Senior Editor at SaltWire Network. Named after a 2008 book he wrote, “Grit and Courage” is the name of his new column and podcast focused on people who have overcome adversity. Email him at [email protected].

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China’s triumph should inspire the world https://atriunfar.net/chinas-triumph-should-inspire-the-world/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 09:20:01 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/chinas-triumph-should-inspire-the-world/ Ma Huihuang (left), leader of the Shibadong Village Poverty Alleviation Team, along with resident Shi Linjiao, promotes local products via a live broadcast in Shibadong Village in Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture Tujia and Miao, in central China’s Hunan Province, May 15, 2020. / Xinhua Ma Huihuang (left), leader of the Shibadong Village Poverty Alleviation Team, along […]]]>

Ma Huihuang (left), leader of the Shibadong Village Poverty Alleviation Team, along with resident Shi Linjiao, promotes local products via a live broadcast in Shibadong Village in Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture Tujia and Miao, in central China’s Hunan Province, May 15, 2020. / Xinhua

Ma Huihuang (left), leader of the Shibadong Village Poverty Alleviation Team, along with resident Shi Linjiao, promotes local products via a live broadcast in Shibadong Village in Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture Tujia and Miao, in central China’s Hunan Province, May 15, 2020. / Xinhua

Editor’s Note: Alexander Ayertey Odonkor is an economic consultant, chartered financial analyst and chartered economist with a deep understanding of the economic landscape of countries in Asia and Africa. The article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of CGTN.

In all regions of the world, developed and developing countries are currently focused on achieving the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an achievement that will bring peace and prosperity to people from all walks of life and protect the Earth, now and in the future.

In fact, the complexity of this trajectory paints a startling picture of how poverty eradication is central to the achievement of several other UN SDGs. exceptional record in recent years.

According to World Bank data, China lifted more than 800 million people out of poverty, the highest number in human history. Although it may seem like a miracle, China has been able to do it. How was this feat accomplished in the span of four decades?

To explain this remarkable achievement, it’s important to remember when China first opened up its economy. After its economic reforms in 1978, China has since recorded an average growth of its gross domestic product (GDP) of 10% per year. significantly, a laudable achievement of the Chinese government, which has made human-centered development its ultimate goal. However, it should be noted that China’s success in eradicating poverty not only benefits the country’s citizens, but the region and the world as a whole reap all the essential rewards.

To verify China’s contribution to poverty reduction regionally and globally, I looked at data from reliable sources. According to the World Bank, between 1990 and 2015, global poverty declined on average by one percentage point per year. Most of this progress over the 25-year period was recorded in East Asia and the Pacific, where China’s booming economy has helped millions escape extreme poverty. – the poverty rate in this region fell from 62% in 1990 to less than 3%. in 2015. Clearly, without China’s rapid economic growth, which had dramatically reduced absolute poverty, this progress could not have been made in the region.

In addition, at a troubling time when the COVID-19 pandemic is restricting economic activity around the world and reversing hard-won progress in reducing global poverty, China, which is the only major economy to experience a significant economic growth in 2020, was also able to complete the final stage of the country’s poverty eradication goal by lifting the 98.9 million poor rural residents out of poverty in the same year.

Students from Nongyong Primary School walk a mountain path upon their return home in Nongyong Village, Bansheng Township, Dahua Yao Autonomous County, southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. China), July 4, 2012. / Xinhua

Students from Nongyong Primary School walk a mountain path upon their return home in Nongyong Village, Bansheng Township, Dahua Yao Autonomous County, southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. China), July 4, 2012. / Xinhua

A total of 128,000 villages and 832 impoverished counties have escaped extreme poverty. By eradicating abject poverty, China has reached the UN SDG target of “no poverty” 10 years ahead of schedule. Between 1978 and 2020, China alone contributed more than 70% of global poverty reduction, an outstanding performance that deserves praise and should inspire the rest of the world to fight poverty.

However, despite China’s triumph in eradicating poverty, extreme poverty is still prevalent around the world. Poverty incidence skyrockets as the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic deepens inequalities, weakening access to education, health care and markets for poor and low-income households – a challenge which could be solved with efficient infrastructures which are unfortunately largely non-existent in most countries.

This problem could be effectively addressed by investing adequately to develop urban and rural infrastructure. Investments in urban and rural infrastructure could accelerate productivity in both agricultural and non-agricultural industries, creating additional employment opportunities that will foster shared prosperity while increasing the incomes and consumption of poor and low-income households.

Although this strategy is effective, not all countries have the funds to develop infrastructure to reduce poverty, improve access to opportunities for the poor and reduce inequalities. This is proof enough that some countries will need unwavering support before they can achieve this goal.

Recognizing that alleviating global poverty requires concerted efforts by all developed and developing countries, China has not limited its commitments to its citizens. Understanding that effective global poverty reduction can only be achieved through inclusive economic growth, China is making significant efforts to accelerate global economic growth through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI ).

In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the BRI, an infrastructure development project that will improve connectivity and cooperation on a transcontinental scale. According to the World Bank, the BRI, which fills infrastructure gaps by building railways, airports, roads, industrial parks, pipelines, real estate, dams and creating soft infrastructure that includes agreements free trade and investment, tends to propel economic growth, as it will increase world trade between 1.7 percent and 6.2 percent and increase real world income from 0.7 percent to 2, 9 percent when fully completed. With these gains, the BIS will dramatically reduce poverty around the world.

This calls for all to support China’s efforts to accelerate global economic growth, which could eradicate global poverty, improve access to education, health care and opportunities for the poor and underprivileged. income and reduce inequalities, recognizing that this action is a service to humanity.

(If you would like to contribute and have specific expertise, please contact us at opinions@cgtn.com.)

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Students Team Up For Triumph – The Bird’s Eye View https://atriunfar.net/students-team-up-for-triumph-the-birds-eye-view/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 13:57:52 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/students-team-up-for-triumph-the-birds-eye-view/ To spice up the Thanksgiving festivities in Becton, a new tradition has emerged known as the Turkey Trot! As part of this first annual event, faculty and staff entered into a friendly competition to raise funds for the Freshman and Sophomore classes. First, a Google Form was sent to staff to collect attendees and generate […]]]>

To spice up the Thanksgiving festivities in Becton, a new tradition has emerged known as the Turkey Trot! As part of this first annual event, faculty and staff entered into a friendly competition to raise funds for the Freshman and Sophomore classes. First, a Google Form was sent to staff to collect attendees and generate interest in fundraising. A bulletin board was posted in the main entrance of the school next to the JW PAC. It was characterized by turkeys with images of staff like turkey faces; some were stupid and some were serious about winning. When it comes to how fundraising works, every dollar raised is equivalent to a feather to decorate staff turkeys. The staff member with the most feathers on his turkey on November 23 was able to dress up as a turkey and make special appearances throughout the school day. The fierce competition sparked discussions in the building, prompting students to rally for their choices.

The final results for the turkey trot were posted on the bulletin board by the JW PAC.

Ms. Stacey Oram, one of Becton’s top special education teachers, was a finalist in the Turkey Trot fundraiser. Ironically, Oram did not submit his name to the contest; she was nominated anonymously by someone else. Contrary to her expectations, she collected more feathers than the majority of the participants! Oram shared that she and other teachers would laugh at the number of feathers added during the contest. As for the driving force behind the competition, the students’ loyalty proved to be loyal to their teachers. Oram said the most memorable part of the Turkey Trot was “… how excited my students were and how expressive they were. My students and I have a great relationship so it was fun. As well as adding how shocked Oram was at her students’ willingness to see her in a turkey costume, she had a blast serving as the main driving force behind the fundraiser!

In the first place was Mr. Thomas Sansone, having raised nearly $ 300 on his behalf through his

Mr. Sansone posing with all his feathers given by his students! Ms. Calasso even invented a “gold” feather for him!

students. When he first registered, he expected stiff competition among teachers. However, he shared, “… my students quickly made sure no one else had a chance to win.” Amid the feelings of happiness and confusion, Sansone made his way running and lightening the mood of everyone he met. He felt supported not only by every student who raised money just to see him in a turkey costume, but also by other teachers for letting him visit their classrooms to boost student morale. He even made a special appearance at the NHS Spelling Bee between high school students in Becton and Rutherford housed in the JW PAC. “My most memorable moment was [probably] make an appearance in the spelling contest… I wanted to pretend I had “lost” myself and found myself on stage. I think my special appearance relieved the stress there as well. It certainly is, as laughter erupted throughout the auditorium and confused expressions painted the faces of the NHS students. In addition to making appearances not only at the Spelling Bee but also at the Senior Thanksgiving Feast celebration, Sansone incorporated a personal aspect into her day of shenanigans with her marching band students. “I would see one of my students in the hallway, then I would ‘fly away’ as they chased me, but I found good places to hide. My students told me, “It shouldn’t be that hard to find a man almost 6 ‘tall in a turkey costume.” He expresses his gratitude by saying: Support and fundraising! Obviously, Sansone’s relationship with his students goes beyond loyalty and translates into numbers.

The Turkey Trot 2021 has certainly turned out to be a successful and enjoyable fundraiser for the Freshman and Sophomore classes. The event emitted themes of friendly competition, humor and, of course, gratitude. Due to its success, this year’s Turkey Trot is unlikely to be Becton’s last. The festivities provided a smooth and happy transition to Thanksgiving break for all members of the Becton community to celebrate gratitude at home with friends and family.

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The Rock’s Red Notice could be the grand triumph of the 2021 visual effects film https://atriunfar.net/the-rocks-red-notice-could-be-the-grand-triumph-of-the-2021-visual-effects-film/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 17:46:40 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/the-rocks-red-notice-could-be-the-grand-triumph-of-the-2021-visual-effects-film/ Reviews of Netflix’s Globetrotter and Starry Heist movie Red Notice were all over the map, but one thing seems objectively true: the fact that it exists is a miracle. “One of the first challenges we encountered was when we were filming, our production schedule was split in two,” Hiram Garcia, production president for Dwayne Johnson’s […]]]>

Reviews of Netflix’s Globetrotter and Starry Heist movie Red Notice were all over the map, but one thing seems objectively true: the fact that it exists is a miracle.

“One of the first challenges we encountered was when we were filming, our production schedule was split in two,” Hiram Garcia, production president for Dwayne Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions and producer on Red Notice, told Polygon at the time of the film’s release. The plan was for Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot to shoot a number of interior scenes in a studio in Atlanta, then start touring the world – Italy, Sardinia, France – to stage the main sets that would define. Writer-director Rawson’s Spy Adventure Marshall Thurber. But as Red Notice has hit half of its 70-day shoot, the COVID-19 pandemic and production shutdown.

“We closed for six months and then no one knew if we were coming back,” Thurber said recently in a conversation with Jungle cruise director Jaume Collet-Serra at the Directors Guild. “And then Netflix, to their credit, was like, ‘No, no, we’re coming back.’ I thought we could be like a bogeyman story that studio executives tell directors before they go to bed, “Remember the movie they almost made? The same could happen to you.”

A new visual effects reel from Industrial Light & Magic shines a light on the amount of digital elevator needed to bring Thurber’s film closer to the original large-scale on-site of the original pre-pandemic shots. A little like David Fincher’s Hidden Visual Effects Story, so many Red NoticeThe naturalistic world of was built or completed with CGI. Even to the trained eye of the film buff, the efforts of the artists to construct the film’s simplest sequences can be overlooked.

“We couldn’t go to Rome, we couldn’t go to Sardinia, we couldn’t go to Paris, but we had all these plans,” Thurber said. “I didn’t really want to shoot it in my backyard. I wanted to go to these places. But we couldn’t. So we had to film everything on stage in Atlanta or in the parking lot of the Atlanta metro studios. “

Red Notice originally opened with a massive car chase in Italy, but the action sequence was reduced after COVID to a more contained foot chase between Johnson and Reynolds through a museum. Garcia said the conditions forced Thurber to innovate within those limits, and ultimately the creative team landed on the use of confined space drone photography. As Reynolds walks the museum obstacle course and eventually through the scaffolding, the camera follows and sometimes dives into the POV. “We hired one of the best drone pilots in the world,” Garcia said, “it was like watching an Indy pilot driving a McLaren on the road – it was awesome.”

Photo: Frank Masi / Netflix

While some action scenes were already in the box by the time the pandemic closed, including the explosive prison break scene, others have been cut short. Garcia recalled that the shooting on the bull scene was the last day they had before the team took a hiatus, and it was ultimately filmed after the fact using plates on location (not to mention a digital bull built to take down Johnson).

Visual effects artists have also stepped in to complement what may have simpler plans in a pre-pandemic world. According to Thurber, all of the dancers at the masked ball (which has always been written to be a masked ball) were able to don N95s under their masks. But because they couldn’t have too many extras in the room at once, the moments with Reynolds, Gadot, and Johnson were filmed in an empty dance hall and layered on top of other random background action shots thanks to to visual effects. “They’re dancing in an empty room,” Thurber said, “like something out of The brilliant. “

Red Notice didn’t make the 2022 Oscars list for VFX – Black Widow, Dune, Eternals, Free Guy, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Godzilla vs. Kong, The Matrix Resurrections, No Time to Die, Shang-Chi, Where Spider-Man: No Path Home will eventually win the Academy Award – but in a strange way, the work done on the film by ILM and the other houses involved feels like a testament to what is now possible with visual effects. Not to mention that this is the 2021 most film of all the 2021 movies. Thurber admits he’s not sure what the film’s final budget will be, but it was extremely expensive simply because it was made under conditions. COVID. The stress of bubbling up with a team and then handing over fragments of filmmaking to visual effects artists, just praying that it all comes together, is a particularly poignant experience for Garcia and Johnson.

“We worked very closely with the CDC and Netflix, and we really made sure we provided everything we needed to make the movie,” Garcia said. “They were phenomenal partners, they’ve come a long way. They lead the security and support it, and made sure we had the financial backing to do what we did. And so that allowed us to finish the movie successfully, to keep everyone safe. It was not an easy process, but something that Dwayne and I always talk about: we will never forget this crew.


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2022 Aerospace and Defense Composite Ducts Market Analysis by Latest Trends, Future Growth and Key Players https://atriunfar.net/2022-aerospace-and-defense-composite-ducts-market-analysis-by-latest-trends-future-growth-and-key-players/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 02:24:49 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/2022-aerospace-and-defense-composite-ducts-market-analysis-by-latest-trends-future-growth-and-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – The Global Aerospace and Defense Composite Ducts Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant addition to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. Provides detailed research and analysis of the main aspects of the global Aerospace & Defense Composite Ducts market. The market analysts who produced […]]]>

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Real Madrid look back on Copa del Rey triumph over Alcoyano [Videos] – CVBJ https://atriunfar.net/real-madrid-look-back-on-copa-del-rey-triumph-over-alcoyano-videos-cvbj/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 00:14:42 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/real-madrid-look-back-on-copa-del-rey-triumph-over-alcoyano-videos-cvbj/ After the victory, Real Madrid will be waiting for their rivals in the 8th Copa del Rey. Photo: JOSE JORDAN /. /. /. A few days after his fall in Getafe by the minimum in the Spanish La Liga, Real Madrid found their way back to victory by beating Alcoyano 1-3 in the corresponding match […]]]>

After the victory, Real Madrid will be waiting for their rivals in the 8th Copa del Rey.

Photo: JOSE JORDAN /. /. /.

A few days after his fall in Getafe by the minimum in the Spanish La Liga, Real Madrid found their way back to victory by beating Alcoyano 1-3 in the corresponding match for the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey.

Madrid with many substitutes and players who are not very regular like Risk Where Lunin they jumped on the ground seeking to erase the image of the last Cup in which Alcoyano himself took them out of the race by beating them 2-1 in overtime.

The fears of the meringues seemed to come true when the opponent’s attack was present from the opening minutes of the game with actions in which the keeper had to intervene Lunin or a stroke of Andy which crashed into the side of the goal.

While it looked like half-time would be the best card for both teams, Madrid’s goal appeared on the first shot on target for the Whites. A corner taken by Rodrygo ended with a header in the back of the net for Militao for the transition 1-0 (39 ′).

Similarities to last season’s game they fell into after scoring a goal from the Brazilian center-back moved Ancelotti to the bench and gave him access early in the second half. Kroos already Isco control half the field, but his plan failed when Vega Cintias scored the tie at 66.

However, tranquility for Madrid would come 10 minutes later when a Hazard pass ended with Asensio deflected into the back of the net. From that moment on, Madrid would find their game and increase the advantage with a strange series of rebounds after a pass from Marcelo to Isco that ended with a goal against his own goalkeeper José Juan.

With the victory against Alcoyano Madrid will be waiting for a rival in the round of 16 of the competition and their next match will be this Saturday, January 8, when they host Valencia. at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

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First look at the 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT range [12 Fast Facts + 26 Photos] https://atriunfar.net/first-look-at-the-2022-triumph-tiger-1200-gt-range-12-fast-facts-26-photos/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 00:28:04 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/first-look-at-the-2022-triumph-tiger-1200-gt-range-12-fast-facts-26-photos/ GT Explorer The Triumph Tiger 1200 2022 family tree is divided into two branches. We told you about the 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally models with a focus on off-roading. Now is the time to focus on the three street-oriented Triumph Tiger 1200 GT 2022 ranges: the GT, GT Pro and GT Explorer. Although all […]]]>

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The Triumph Tiger 1200 2022 family tree is divided into two branches. We told you about the 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally models with a focus on off-roading. Now is the time to focus on the three street-oriented Triumph Tiger 1200 GT 2022 ranges: the GT, GT Pro and GT Explorer. Although all three GTs share the same chassis and the same base engine, there are some differences. Let’s take a look at what each Tiger 1200 GT has to offer.

First look at the 2022 Triumph Tiger GT lineup: pricing

  1. All three models receive the new triple T-plane with its uneven firing order. The power peaks are impressive: 147 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and 96 lb-ft of torque at 7,000 rpm. That’s an eight horsepower increase over the previous Tiger 1200 engine. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a lighter shaft drive. The firing order provides one short spread and two long spreads, which improves low-end power and a distinctive feel.
  1. The chassis is also new, lighter and narrower than before. There’s a new frame that weighs almost 12 pounds lighter and has a bolted aluminum subframe that fits the passenger mounts. The swingarm fitted with a linkage is still three pounds lighter.
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GT Pro
  1. The pendant light is courtesy of Showa. All three GTs have semi-active suspension. Wheel travel drops below eight inches at each end, about 3/4 of an inch shorter than the Rally suspension. This makes it possible to reduce the seat height of the GTs. The GTs have a two-position seat height. There is also an optional low seat another 3/4 inch lower.
  1. The cast aluminum wheels have Metzeler Tourance rubber. The 19/18 inch wheel pairing is a bit unusual, although it still allows for a good tire selection.
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GT
  1. Braking is first-rate, thanks to Brembo M4.30 Stylema calipers running on 320mm floating discs. Magura takes care of the radial master cylinder, which has a separate reservoir and is adjustable.
  1. Driver aids abound and are one of the differentiators between GT variants. The GT Pro and GT Explorer have a quickshifter, cornering sensitive lighting and handling, all absent on the standard GT. Only the GT Explorer benefits from a radar system for blind spots, tire pressure monitoring and seat and grip heating. The three GTs have a 7-inch TFT screen with Bluetooth connectivity to your smartphone, traction control adapted to cornering, keyless operation (ignition, fuel cap and steering lock). A Triumph Sena Bluetooth intercom system is available as an option, with Harman Kardon sound.
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GT Explorer
  1. The Triumph Tiger 1200 GT 2022 has three driving modes, its brothers benefiting from two additional models. Sport, Road and Rain are present on all three GTs. The GT Pro and GT Explorer have an Off-Road mode, as well as a user-configurable mode. Off-Road Pro remains a Rally mode only.
  1. The GT Pro and GT Explorer get an aluminum skid plate, while the GT has to do without. The GT Explorer is fitted with engine guards, the only motorcycle in the GT range to come standard with this equipment. All three GTs have hand guards as standard.
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GT Pro
  1. The lack of adornments makes the standard GT the lightest of the trio, sitting curbside at 529 pounds. Add 11 pounds for the GT Pro and 22 pounds for the GT Explorer.
  1. The new body is common to all Triumph Tiger 1200s from 2022. The new GTs have a more upright stance with less bodywork.
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GT Explorer
  1. Luggage developed by Givi is optional. You can choose between the Trekker plastic cases and top case, or the aluminum Expedition saddlebags and top case. Long-distance riders will also want to lean into the adjustable screen finder and center stand.
  1. Look for the 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT range at your local dealerships in the spring. The 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT has an MSRP of $ 19,100 and is available exclusively in Snowdonia White. The GT Pro costs $ 21,400, while the GT Explorer gets a price tag of $ 23,100. In addition to Snowdonia White, the GT Pro and GT Explorer are available in Lucerne Blue or Sapphire Black.

We tested the Triumph Tiger 1200

2022 Tiger Triumph 1200 GT (and GT Pro and GT Explorer) Specifications

MOTOR

  • Type: Inline-3
  • Displacement: 1160cc
  • Bore x stroke: 90.0 x 60.7 mm
  • Maximum power: 148 horsepower at 9,000 rpm
  • Maximum torque: 96 ft-lbs at 7,000 rpm
  • Compression ratio: 13.2: 1
  • Valvetrain: DOHC, 4vpc
  • Transmission: 6 speed
  • Clutch: wet multi-disc with assist and slip functions
  • Final drive: shaft

FRAME

  • Frame: tubular steel with bolted aluminum subframe
  • Front suspension; Travel: Fully adjustable 49mm semi-active Showa inverted fork; 7.9 inch
  • Rear suspension: Fully adjustable, semi-active, linkage assisted, Showa shock absorber; 7.9 inch
  • Wheels: cast aluminum
  • Front wheel: 19 x 3.0
  • Rear wheel: 18 x 4.25
  • Tires: Metzeler Tourance
  • Front tire: 120/70 x 19
  • Rear tire: 150/70 x 18
  • Brakes, front: 320mm floating discs with Brembo Stylema M4.30 4-piston monoblock calipers with Magura H1 radial master cylinder
  • Rear brake: 282mm disc with Brembo single piston caliper
  • ABS: Cornering ABS

DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES

  • Wheelbase: 61.4 inches
  • Rake: 24.1 degrees
  • Trail: 4.7 inches
  • Seat height: 33.5 or 34.2 inches
  • Fuel tank capacity: 5.2 gallons (GT Explorer: 7.9 gallons)
  • Curb Weight: 529 lbs (GT Pro: 540 lbs; GT Explorer: 562 lbs)

COLORS

  • Snowdonia White
  • Sapphire Black (GT Pro and GT Explorer only)
  • Lucerne Blue (GT Pro and GT Explorer only)

PRICES

  • 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT Price: $ 19,100 MSRP
  • 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT Pro Price: $ 21,400 MSRP
  • 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 GT Explorer Price: $ 23,100 MSRP

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Finally a photographer’s triumph over an elusive photo of Heidelberg Castle | News https://atriunfar.net/finally-a-photographers-triumph-over-an-elusive-photo-of-heidelberg-castle-news/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 05:15:00 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/finally-a-photographers-triumph-over-an-elusive-photo-of-heidelberg-castle-news/ During their travels, some men seek to climb mountains, traverse deserts or slaughter edible mammals. No matter what they accomplish, there is always that unlived experience that pulls the true adventurer forward. I too had such a goal. Being rather sedentary – the kind of traveler who considers offering from a restaurant that hasn’t yet […]]]>

During their travels, some men seek to climb mountains, traverse deserts or slaughter edible mammals. No matter what they accomplish, there is always that unlived experience that pulls the true adventurer forward. I too had such a goal. Being rather sedentary – the kind of traveler who considers offering from a restaurant that hasn’t yet achieved a Michelin star as a robust challenge – the top of my own to-do list was more modest: I wanted to take a Photo.

That is to say, I wanted a particular image: Heidelberg Castle by night (i.e. Heidelberger Schloss bei Nacht).

I’m German, and Heidelberg is one of the most picturesque and progressive cities we offer in the world – a major tourist destination, the seat of a leading university, and a growing technological hub. It’s not far from my family’s farmland along the Rhine, so maybe it was inevitable that I would join the Heidelberg Club International, which brings together city enthusiasts from all over the world. Several dozen of us were recently reunited with the charming and energetic mayor, Dr Eckart Wuerzner, and his team. With her, I had the opportunity to nail this photograph.

Heidelberg Castle is a large ruin that rises above the city like a weathered crown. If you want to imagine what a Renaissance castle might look like after centuries of lightning and warfare, this would be it. At night, under bright spotlights, it casts a golden glow over the city’s old town (Altstadt). Several times in the previous decades, I had come back to Heidelberg and stood at night in a town square, Karlzplatz, to take a picture of the castle crouching imperiously above me – and I blew it up. Everytime.

I have published several hundred color travel photographs; my black and white images have appeared in books and are collected in museums in the United States and Germany. I’m no Ansel Adams, but even still you might think I could handle something as simple as getting a snapshot of a huge subject that isn’t going to move while you set up your tripod or turn them off. lights and go to sleep while you calculate your exposure.

I first tried it right after I graduated in law. Each shot was too dark or too light. And I would come back again and again over the following decades to try and try again. Each time, I missed the mark. My equipment would be wrong, or I would not use it correctly. (Never travel with everything you need but haven’t tested thoroughly.) Filming would be rainy. The exposure could be almost correct; but as the saying goes, hardly counts except in horseshoes and hand grenades. As my grandmother would say, Oy Gewalt! (Think, “Oy vey,” only this time, you really mean it.)

So I was here in Heidelberg, I came back to put an end to this castle once and for all. On the day of my big confrontation, my group was heading to the restaurant of another hotel, the Molkenkur, located in the middle of one of the green hills that surround the city. The ground was wet, but the cloud cover was light and sporadic and the leaves were festive in their fall hues. The concierge at my hotel, the five-star Europaeischer Hof, confirmed that the restaurant was just under two miles, barely six minutes by cab, but for a New Yorker, as I have long been, a stroll easy. That is, if you happen to be in New York.

I climbed, climbed and climbed, ever higher, along winding roads, through hairpin bends, gnawing steeper footprints along the side of the road. I could hear the creak as the passing cars shifted to lower gears to pull more power for the climb. I took off my Austrian top coat and continued. I took off my Neapolitan sports jacket and continued. Saw a series of stone steps – a shortcut through the woods. The steps led to a path and the path to a large fallen tree which blocked my path. Ideally, someone had placed a smaller tree trunk perpendicular to the large one to make a ramp. I climbed the ramp, mentally thanking whoever made it – until I smashed through the rotten wood and my right leg landed on the ground, impaled inside.

By the time I got to the restaurant, late, I was sweatier than a marathon runner and my leg was scratched. But I grabbed some cloth and paper towels, walked over to the men’s bathroom, and improvised a solution with hand soap and my T-shirt, which replaced the missing scrub brush. I joined the group, looking no worse for my madness.

However, when I was offered to come for dinner that evening, I gladly accepted an elevator. We were to have a traditional Heidelberg meal at a popular student pub, Zum Roten Ochsen, which has been in the same family for almost 200 of its 300 years of existence.

A fine rain was falling. Before coming this time, I bought (and tested) a light tripod from Adorama. My backpack contained two cameras, lenses, extra batteries, and maps. Karlsplatz stood a few feet away, mocking me, goading me, daring me to come back and try this castle photo one last time.

Fortune favors the brave – or at least the persevering.

I set up the tripod. I confirmed that the ambient light of the square and the street would not be a factor. The clouds graciously cooperated, stopping their drizzle. The falling leaves were not visible to the wind.

Wonk Alert: This part is getting technical.

Gently waving flags wouldn’t be a problem if I stuck to modest exposure times at the lower ISOs of my cameras. First, I mounted a Leica M10 Monochrom which, as the name suggests, has a black and white sensor. To complete the loop, I mounted the same Tele-Elmarit 90mm f2.8 lens that I used the first time I attempted the photo. The histogram confirmed a 7 second exposure to f4 (ISO 160, EV-1). The rear screen confirmed the success The time had finally come to get this color photo. I upgraded to a Leica V-Lux (Typ 114), which has a zoom lens that I set to a moderate wide-angle focal length. For this sensor, the optimal exposure was found to be 2 seconds at f3.2 (ISO 125, EV-2/3). Simple English translation: nailed twice.

I returned to the pub smiling inwardly. In the back room, where our party was taking place, the waiters prepared the first course, the traditional and fragrant beef consomme (kraeftige Rinderbruehe) with noodles. I sat next to the mayor on one of the wooden communal tables engraved with the names of generations of students. Under a framed portrait of Otto von Bismarck, a pianist sang “Lili Marleen” and then we all sang “I lost my heart in Heidelberg” (“Ich hab ‘mein Herz in Heidelberg Verloren”). It’s a shame I don’t drink beer because I certainly deserved one.

I returned to New York in triumph, with my photographic memories. I thought momentarily to frame one of the pictures and hang it in my office. After some thought, I decided that I would feel like showing myself. Instead, I went online and bought a framed portrait of Otto von Bismarck. The “Iron Chancellor” would have understood my uniquely German form of perseverance – but then again, almost any photographer would.

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Team India’s purple patch set to run through 2022 https://atriunfar.net/team-indias-purple-patch-set-to-run-through-2022/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 14:12:30 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/team-indias-purple-patch-set-to-run-through-2022/ In what was a truly clinical performance for the Indian team, Virat Kohli and his men claimed a historic 113-point victory in the first test match of the current series against South Africa at the Centurion. Not only was it India’s very first victory at this venue, but South Africa had never lost to an […]]]>

In what was a truly clinical performance for the Indian team, Virat Kohli and his men claimed a historic 113-point victory in the first test match of the current series against South Africa at the Centurion. Not only was it India’s very first victory at this venue, but South Africa had never lost to an Asian team before. In fact, the Proteas had just lost two Tests here before India won. But throughout 2021, Team India has proven repeatedly that it is no longer a bad traveler. Gone are the days when Indians were called flat subcontinent bullies. At the Centurion, India dominated South Africa in almost every department.

Also read: 1st Test: India Adds New Trophy to Overseas Bag with 113-Race Win over South Africa

In fact, India’s victory at Centurion and her epic triumph at Australian Gabba earlier this year ends 2021 well. As a team at the top of Test Cricket, it’s as good as it gets. And most encouragingly, youngsters on the team like Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Shubman Gill have stepped up. This shows that Indian Test Cricket is in good hands.

After breaking through the Centurion Fortress, the challenge will be to continue this success until 2022. Preparations should also be underway for the 2023 ODI World Cup. However, given the team’s recent successes, few will bet against it. ‘it reaches even higher heights.



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David Warner’s goal: triumph in India https://atriunfar.net/david-warners-goal-triumph-in-india/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 20:57:44 +0000 https://atriunfar.net/david-warners-goal-triumph-in-india/ The left-hander would be 37 on Ashes’s next trip to England, but age is just a number for him Agencies | Melbourne | Posted on 12/30/21, 2:27 AM An Ashes Series victory in England in 2023 and losing India in their own backyard are the two big steps Australian opener David Warner is considering before […]]]>

The left-hander would be 37 on Ashes’s next trip to England, but age is just a number for him



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An Ashes Series victory in England in 2023 and losing India in their own backyard are the two big steps Australian opener David Warner is considering before stopping him from Test Cricket.

After retaining the Ashes with an unassailable 3-0 lead in 12 days, Warner, who turned 35 in October at the T20 World Cup, where he won the player of the tournament title in the Australian title triumph , admitted that there were still a few goals he would like to achieve before leaving the game’s longest format.

“We still haven’t beaten India in India. It would be nice to do that. And obviously, outside of England, we had a series drawn (in 2019), but I hope if I manage to have this chance and this opportunity, I might think of going back ”, said Warner, quoted by ESPNcricinfo.

Warner played 13 and eight tests in three series in England and two in India, respectively. But it has a poor record in both countries, averaging 26 and 24, respectively, without a century.

Warner would be 37 on Ashes’ next trip to England, but for the age of the left-handed opener, that’s just a number. “I think James Anderson sets the benchmark for older guys these days,” he said. “We admire him as we move forward in our days. But for me, it’s about giving the best of myself.

“I feel good in contact. Like I said, I was out of points, out of shape, so hopefully I can put more numbers on the board.

Warner has made it clear that Australia are not happy just securing the Ashes at home. The team are already looking forward to the next tours to Pakistan and Sri Lanka, which will be vital in their quest to reach the next World Championship final, an opportunity they missed earlier this year following the defeat of the last summer against India at home.

“These (visits) will really show where we are as a team and our character,” Warner said. “When you go to the subcontinent, you can potentially play two spinners. And then the coaches look at which batting teams they think will likely be better at the wickets on the subcontinent and who aren’t. There are going to be courageous decisions that will be taken. “


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