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first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Twitter Twitter Pinterest Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 18, 2021 Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img The Wall Street Journal and Bidgely introduced an article series showcasing how data and AI are powering the clean energy future, featuring real-world examples from utilities like Duke Energy, Duquesne Light Company, Ameren and Hydro Ottawa. Wall Street Journal and Bidgely Showcase the Power of Data and Artificial Intelligence to Create a Clean Energy Future Facebook TAGS  WhatsApp Previous articleMicrovast, Governor Lee and Commissioner Rolfe Announce Company to Establish Manufacturing Facility in Clarksville TennesseeNext articleVisa and ADP Unveil Flexible Digital Payment Options to Serve U.S. Workforce Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more


Other Sports Saina Nehwal beats PV Sindhu in straight games at Senior Badminton Nationals


first_imgIt was their second meeting at the Senior Nationals final, following Sourabh’s triumph over Lakshya, 15 then, in February 2017. In men’s doubles, second-seeded makeshift pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Chirag Shetty clinched the title after beating top seeds Arjun MR and Shlok Ramachandran 21-13 22-20 in 33 minutes. Chirag and Pranaav came together after the former’s regular partner Satwik Rankireddy were sidelined ahead of the tournament due to an injury. Satwik and Chirag had finished runners-up at the last edition.For Pranaav, it is his third national title, having won the men’s doubles crown along with Akshay Dewalkar in 2013 and 2015 and the mixed doubles title with Prajakta Sawant in 2010.   Saina and Sindhu will now be seen at the Yonex All England Open Championship which is scheduled to start on March 6. It will be interesting to see if the former is able to continue her form and dominate against her counterparts.  Saina upstaged Sindhu at the Yonex Sunrise Senior Badminton Nationals. Saina and Sindhu will next play in the Yonex All England Open Championship.Sourabh Verma completed a hat-trick of titles at the Senior Badminton Nationals. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal beat young sensation PV Sindhu in straight games in the marquee clash of the tournament to retain her women’s singles crown at the 83rd Yonex Sunrise Senior Badminton Nationals here on Saturday. The three-time former champion Saina used her powerful smashes to telling effect, registering a 21-18 21-15 win against Sindhu, a two-time winner, in the summit clash. The clock ticked back to last year when Olympics silver medallist dominated against Sindhu, almost similar set of a result was witnessed here at the TRP Indoor stadium. Saina had also defeated 2016 Rio Games silver medallist Sindhu at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games summit clash last year. Earlier, Sourabh Verma completed a hat-trick of titles at the Senior Badminton Nationals, claiming the men’s singles crown by defeating young Lakshya Sen in straight games.The 26-year-old from Madhya Pradesh, who had won the title in 2011 and 2017, showed great composure and tactical brilliance to outplay 17-year-old Lakshya, an Asian junior champion, 21-18 21-13 in a lop-sided contest. highlightslast_img read more


Even with smaller line-ups, Wisconsin plays big


first_imgJEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoWith a mature and experienced team, University of Wisconsin men’s basketball head coach Bo Ryan has had the opportunity to utilize many different lineups, some of which happen to be rather small.Many times, Ryan will put in a lineup with 6-foot-7 Marcus Landry as the tallest Badger on the court. This is due to the Badgers’ versatility and strong guard play.”It depends on the other team, too,” Ryan said in regard to his lineup choices. “There are a lot of factors that determine what five are on the floor at any particular time. I’ve never penalized players for being big or for being small or for being slow.”If they can perform, they can play.”Kung-Fu FighterLandry has earned his minutes off the bench this year by playing tough defense for the Badgers. In big games, such as Jan. 9’s 72-69 victory over Ohio State, Landry has been able to control opposing centers who are much bigger than him.Ryan attributes Landry’s defensive success to the way he positions himself against the opposing offense.”He uses his core, from the knees to the chest, really well,” Ryan said. “He would be a good person in jujitsu or judo. My players know I talk a lot about playing off of the other guys, not just your own teammates, and to know how to counter balance size and speed.”Marcus, I think, would be a good judo guy.”National SpotlightFor the past eight years, the Badgers have made the NCAA tournament. However, they have not experienced the national recognition that they have this season.Wisconsin climbed as high as No. 2 in both the AP and Coaches’ polls, recently falling to No. 4 following last Wednesday’s 71-66 loss at Indiana. But with the national spotlight always comes the worry of its affect on players, particularly senior forward Alando Tucker, a National Player of the Year candidate.”I told them, don’t do anything that will take you away from your studies and what you normally do,” Ryan said about the media attention. “I think our guys have been really mature about it, but then again, you would have to ask them. We still have to take care of business with the everyday practices.”Butch on the BoardsJunior forward Brian Butch’s stats have been up and down all year. However, one statistic that has remained consistent the whole year is his rebounding.Butch is now ranked seventh in the Big Ten in total rebounds with 49 offensive rebounds and 106 defensive rebounds while averaging a total of 6.5 rebounds per game.According to Ryan, Butch simply knows what it takes to be a good rebounder.”You have to be hungry for the ball,” Ryan said. “Being a good rebounder means you have to have a good nose for it, you have to be hungry and you have to make a move.”last_img read more




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