Wagenborg welcomes Easy Max

first_imgThe multipurpose ice-class vessel, commissioned by Wagenborg and affiliated members, has a cargo capacity of over 14,000 tonnes and a hold volume of 625,000 cu ft (17,698 cu m).Egbert Wagenborg, the first of the vessel series, was recently towed from the Royal Niestern Shipyard in Delfzijl, the Netherlands, and will be delivered to Wagenborg and christened this month. It measures 149 m in length and 15.9 m in width.Wagenborg will present a virtual tour on board the new type of vessel at its booth (Hall 4 – Stand 103) at Breakbulk Europe 2017.  www.wagenborg.comwww.niesternsander.comlast_img

RYDER CUP UPDATE: Team USA With a 3-point lead headed into final day

first_imgScore (After Day Two):Team USA: 9.5Team Europe: 6.5Day Two – A real team win. The morning spread thin and serge in the afternoon for Team USA to take the lead headed into the final day of singles matches. Patrick Reed played well, as he seems to be the blood-pumping heart of Team USA and has no problem letting out his emotions when he is fired up. More hostility from the crowds did not seem toUpdate(s) and InfoSaturday Morning (Alternate Shot) Pairings and Opponents:Bold = winnerFowler/Mickelson vs. McIlroy/Pieters (4&2)Spieth/Reed vs. Garcia/Cabrera-Bello (HALVED)Snedeker/Koepka (3&2) vs. Stenson/FitzpatrickWalker/Z. Johnson vs. Rose/Wood (1 UP)Saturday Afternoon (Four-ball) Pairings and Opponents:Bold = winnerSpieth/Reed (2&1) vs. Rose/StensonMoore/Holmes (1 UP) vs. Willet/WestwoodMickelson/Kuchar (2&1) vs. Kaymer/GarciaD. Johnson/Koepka vs. McIlroy/Pieters (3&1)Some information on the Ryder Cup for those who may not be as familiar with the event:This is the 41st Ryder Cup. There are 28 points available (at least 14.5 to win for Team USA). 1 point per match; 8 on Friday, 8 on Saturday and 12 on Sunday. The team that wins each match gets one point, and each team gets half a point when matches finish tied (all square). The defending champion, Team Europe, retains the Ryder Cup in the event of a tie when all matches have concluded.Friday, Sept. 30Four morning foursomes (alternate shot) matches starting at 8:35 AM ETFour afternoon four-ball matches starting at approximately 1:30 PM ETSaturday, Oct. 1Four morning foursomes (alternate shot) matches starting at 8:35 AM ETFour afternoon four-ball matches starting at approximately 1:30 PM ETSunday, Oct. 2Twelve singles matches starting at 12:04 PM ET Related Topics Danny Simpson is a 4 year graduate from John Carroll University in Cleveland with a BA in Communications and Theatre Arts where he specialized in broadcast and theatre production. Graduated from Aurora High School, Danny has lived in North East Ohio all his life and love Cleveland Sports. Currently enrolled at The Ohio Center for Broadcasting in the Sports emphasis program, Danny hopes to make a name for himself somewhere for some professional or collegiate sports organization.center_img Danny Simpsonlast_img read more

UWF men in top three in first day of GSC Golf Championships

first_img TUNICA, Miss.  – The No. 10 University of West Florida men’s golf team posted a two round score of 574 in the first day of the Gulf South Conference Golf Championships to rank third. The Argonauts trail day one leader Delta State University (568) and the University of North Alabama (569) with one round left to play tomorrow.After the first round the Argos were on top of the leaderboard after shooting a 285 in the first 18 holes but followed with 289 in the second round to fall down to third place.Juan Miguel Heredia (Cuenca, Ecuador) posted the lowest score of the day for UWF, carding 136 to finish the day second on the leaderboard. Heredia was followed by Esteban Castro (Bogota, Colombia) who carded a 142 to finish tied for sixth at the end of the day.Talin Rajendranath (San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago) and JR Schultz (Gulf Breeze, Fla.) each carded 149 and tied for 21st while Gary Buffington III (Tampa, Fla.) rounded out West Florida’s scoring with a score of 156 and tied for 36th.North Alabama’s Connor Godsey leads all golfers after carding 134 and Heredia holds second place by one stroke, in front of Delta State’s Reed Lindsey.The tournament will conclude on Tuesday with the second and final round starting at 8:30 a.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.#ARGOS#1  Delta State U.        290 278 5682  North Alabama, U. of  287 282 5693  West Florida, U. of   285 289 5744  Lee University        292 284 5765  Christian Brothers U  293 293 5866  West Georgia, U. of   291 298 5897  Valdosta St. U.       294 308 6028  Union University -TN  311 299 6109  West Alabama, Univ of 306 310 61610 Shorter University    316 309 6252   Juan Miguel Heredia  71 65 136T6  Esteban Castro       69 73 142T21 Talin Rajendranath   73 76 149T21 JR Schultz           72 77 149T39 Gary Buffington III  81 75 156– www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version Heredia leads Argos with a 136 (Photo by Weiser) UWF men in top three in first day of GSC Golf Championshipscenter_img Sharelast_img read more