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Managing Acela yield

first_imgAMTRAK extended yield management pricing to all Acela Express and Metroliner services in the Northeast Corridor from February 6, having initially introduced it to the NEC last October.The previous three levels of fares which depended on time of travel have been replaced with five, designed to take into account the departure time, level of flexibility needed and how far ahead tickets are bought. Peak walk-on fares have been increased by 15%, while the lowest fares are limited in availability but now priced at 15% below the cheapest tickets formerly sold.Amtrak California carried 4·6 million passengers on its three routes in 2005. Traffic grew almost every month throughout the year, leading to a total 4·9% increase in ridership compared with 2004.last_img read more

AND1 tour headed to Japan

first_imgWith trick plays and acrobatic shooting action accompanied by hip-hop music, a rebel brand of basketball is coming to Japan again. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 The tour is run by basketball shoe company AND1 and is gaining nationwide popularity in the U.S., making the cover of the June 13 issue of Sports Illustrated.The Mix Tape Tour features players showing off their unique ball-handling techniques, pin-point passing and dynamic moves. Among the players visiting Japan will be former NBA player Lonnie Harrell (aka Prime Objective), Grayson Boucher (aka The Professor), Waliyy Dixon (aka Main Event) and Aaron Owens (aka AO).Tickets are available over the Internet at www.and1.co.jp and at Ticket Pia, Lawson, e+, and Disk Garage after Aug. 20. The AND1 Mix Tape Tour, a popular street basketball event in the United States, will extend its tour to Japan this fall, organizers announced Thursday at InterFM in Tokyo. The event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Nov. 13 at Ryogoku Kokugikan sumo arena. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMESlast_img read more

High School Basketball: Q&A with Benton’s Emily Ward

first_imgBenton’s Emily Ward has had quite the start to her high school basketball career. As a freshman, she helped the Lady Tigers win the District 1-4A championship and was named first-team All-Parish.As a sophomore last season, she was named the MVP on the All-Parish and All-District teams after averaging 20.2 points, 14 rebounds, four assists and two steals. She led a team laden with sophomores and freshmen to a 32-point “upset” of No. 8 Carencro in the first round of the playoffs. The Lady Tigers suffered a seven-point loss to eventual state runner-up Salmen in the second round.Ward is the daughter of Benton head coach Mary Ward, who led Airline to the 1992 Class 5A state championship, and Randy Ward, a coach and teacher at Benton Middle School.Recently, The Press-Tribune submitted some questions via email to Ward to see what she’s up to during what will be a very busy summer.BPT: Before talking about what you’re up to this summer, let’s take a look back at last season. Despite having a very young team, ya’ll enjoyed a lot of success, including an upset of No. 8 Carencro in the first round of the playoffs and a 7-point loss to eventual state runner-up Salmen in the second. How would you assess the team’s performance as a whole last season?WARD: Throughout the season, we had many games that came down to the final buzzer. My mom would always say “you win some you lose some.” For instance, we beat West Monroe in double overtime by two points but we lost to Captain Shreve by less that four points.This just goes to show you that every possession in the game counts.For the playoffs, I think that the other team just looked at our record and thought that they would just blow by us and move on the the second round. They didn’t realize that we had played in many games that came down to the last second. I believe that Carencro underestimated us, which gave our team an advantage. Overall, I am very proud of how the team played this past year and I can’t wait to see what this year holds.BPT: How would you assess your performance? Obviously, you had a great season, but is there anything you look back on and say, I wish I’d done that better.WARD: I wish that I would have worked on my ball handling some more.The problem is that I dribble the ball high, which is why teams are sometimes able to pickpocket me. When I hit my growth spurt I don’t think that I realized that it would affect my dribbling but I am working on fixing it! Overall, we had a very successful season and we couldn’t have done it without our student section and our amazing coaches.BPT: This summer is a little different for ya’ll. Instead of having the June Summer League at Benton, ya’ll are going to four team camps. Are you glad that things are going to be changed up some? I know any time you step foot on the floor against an opponent, you want to win. But is there a little different approach during the summer, maybe just working on certain aspects of the game both as a team and individually?WARD: Overall, I am very excited to be doing the team camps this year instead of the summer league at Benton. Since we are traveling to University of Alabama, LSU, ULM, we will be staying overnight. Staying overnight allows the team to bond together on and off the court.Also, the team camps allow us to compete against non-local teams. Of course, I want to win but the summer camps allow us to experiment with all the offenses and defenses that we will be running during the season. As for myself, I am mostly working on my fitness and conditioning.Editor’s note: Benton is also playing in Byrd’s team camp.BPT: I know you are also playing for the elite Louisiana Lightning team. How is this different from playing with the school team? What do you get out of playing for the Lightning? I imagine the competition alone makes you have to step up your game some.WARD: One of the main differences from the two teams that I am playing on are the amount of time that I spend with my teammates. On the Louisiana Lightning team, we only practice two or three times a week (depending on tournaments) while I practice everyday with the girls on my high school team during the school year.I think practicing every day definitely helps during the games because when you spend that much time with your teammates, you learn all of the qualities that they have as a basketball player. For instance, I know what types of shots that all my teammates can make and what type of passes they can catch.One of the main things that I get out of playing for the Louisiana Lightning is the positions. For Benton, I have played every spot on the court but for the Lightning I normally play either the small forward, also known as the three, and the power forward, also known as the four. My favorite part about playing with the Lightning is I’m able to compete against the best teams in the country and it helps me understand other aspects of the game.I also get the opportunity to play with other local players which allows me to form new friendships. This makes games more interesting when we all play against each other during the regular season. Playing with the Louisiana Lightning allows me to play under great coaches, other than my mom, and learn different coaching styles.BPT: I know basketball is pretty much a year-round sport for you, but how much time do think you usually spend in the gym during the summer working on your game, whether it’s practicing with the Lady Tigers and the Lightning or just working with your mom and dad? I’m sure it’s going to be another busy summer for you, but it has to be fun doing something you love.WARD: This will definitely be one of the busiest summers that I have ever had. Pretty much the entire month of June is filled with basketball! I am in the gym at least two to three hours a day, seven days a week. This is not including all the the team camps and tournaments that I will be competing in.I also do extra weights and conditioning two times a week. My high school team is off during the month of July, which means that I will only play in two tournaments with the Lightning (Atlanta and Frisco). Plus all of the practices that we have on the weekends. Overall, I will be spending a lot of time in the gym during the summer, but I don’t mind because I love playing basketball!BPT: Is there anything else you would like to add?WARD: I believe that I would not be where I am today without my classmates, friends, family, and coaches. First off, I really love when the student section comes to our games to cheer because they really get into the game and fire me and my teammates up. They are so pumped up that it motivates all of us.I am very thankful for all of my teammates that I have had over the years. I have played with the girls in my class since fourth grade and they are all still my friends to this day. I love my class that consists of Abbie Wynn, Morgan Bradford, Abby Colvin, and Karmeisha Bradley. I have really enjoyed watching us grow as a team over the years and I cannot wait to see what the future holds.I would also like to recognize Kyleigh Jo White. She was the manager of the basketball team for two years and she is one of my best friends and supporters. I also have an amazing family that comes to all of the games and supports me no matter what. I have been very lucky to have such exceptional coaches since age five when I was playing Bossier Parks.From my middle school coach, Mary Jo Duddy, and my Louisiana Lightning coaches, Coach Kenny and Sherry Carswell, Coach Roc, and Coach Edge. Most of all, the coaches that have impacted my life the most are my high school coaches. Lyndzee McConathy, Richard Cox, and Michelle Owens are a big part of my high school experience.Lastly, the coach that has had the most influence on my life is my mom. She has coached me my entire life. All the way from Bossier Parks basketball to high school basketball. We have a very close relationship since we literally see each other all day. My mom does a very good job at separating her role as my coach and being my mom. I definitely would not be the same person I am today without her.Russell Hedges [email protected] Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

tyi Vuelta, one Giro … and you aunt on the Tour….

first_imgFor the first time since 2017, those cyclists will have a match in the peloton Tour, Zdenk Tybar joined the two nominees Roman Kreuziger (NTT) a Jan Hirt (CCC).At the age of 34, the tybar will take the lead on the Tour in 2015 and 2017. In total, it will be his eight career starts at the Grand Tour race, the tyrant drove the Vuelta (where, as on the Tour, he won a stage) and once the Giro.The darkness of his darkness will be Julian Alaphilippe, losk hero of France, who missed the yellow jersey on the Tour for two weeks, not stripped of him in the Alpch by Egan Bernal from Ineos. Alaphilippe later finished a total of five, this year the bag announced that he does not want to confuse the fight for the overall classification.24. august 2020 at 9:59, pspvek archivovn: 24. august 2020 at 11:21Alaphilippe, who is considered to be one of the most difficult in the recent history of the Tour, ranks Alaphilippe in the stages of triumphs.On those in bulk spurts (which will probably be the maximum of three) toit also Irish fast Sam Bennett, who has so far completed the Tour twice in 2015 and to ride in the nmeck Bory jersey.Deceuninck-QuickStepTour nominationJulian Alaphilippe (Fr.)Kasper Asgreen (Dn.)Sam Bennett (Ir.)Tim Declercq (Bel.)Dries Devenyns (Bel.)Bob Jungels (Luc.)Michael Mørkøv (Dn.)Zdenek tybar (R)The Irish ampion will have a head start in Dan Michael Morkv, but in his Spurtr wolf, the fresh champion also has a significant role in the last kilometers Kasper Asgreen and esk vice-champion Zdenk tybar.Both are also excellent classics, so in the species ad behind Alaphilipp, they should strive for spchy in stages of this type. Just like Luxembourgish Bob Jungels, owner of a blunt jersey for the best young Gira rider in 2016 and 2017.Add helpers Tim Declercq a Dries Devenyns. It will be very difficult for Julian to repeat the Tour last year, but he doesn’t even have to, to the sports director of the darkness Tom Steeels. We will be with nm eit leton Tour day after day and see what happens. In the itinerary of the seduction, there are some stages of baldness for him, but I will not say at all that we will not forget about a scene similar to last season.last_img read more