Yoasis Beach Bowls will open within the next couple weeks at 1242 Boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ.Yoasis, the popular frozen yogurt shop that opened on downtown Asbury Avenue three years ago, is preparing to add a second location on the Ocean City Boardwalk.Tina Spadafora-Gushka and Matt Gushka are working to launch the new Yoasis Beach Bowls by the end of April.The owners were busy assembling frozen yogurt machines and outfitting the shop at 1242 Boardwalk, the former location of the Barefoot Trading Company (which moves down to the 1000 block of the Boardwalk).Spadafora-Gushka said she had always wanted to have a boardwalk location, and the opportunity arose this spring.“I love this location,” she said, looking out over the beach and boardwalk between 12th and 13th streets.The new boardwalk Yoasis Beach Bowls will have a different flavor than the downtown self-serve frozen yogurt location.Beach Bowls will serve six flavors of frozen yogurt (not self-serve), but also will feature “bowls” such as Acai Bowls — pure acai, banana and almond milk, topped with granola and banana. A variety of smoothies also will be available, along with vegan and gluten-free baked goods.One signature menu item will be cold-pressed coffee, a drink brewed without heat for a smoother taste and low acidity, according to Spadafora-Gushka. It is served as iced coffee.“Pinkberry meets Jamba Juice” is how she described her new venture, referring to two growing national franchises.The location will be open weekends through the spring, then seven days for the season. The downtown location remains open seven days a week.
Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has given Vår Energi consent to use Island Constructor vessel for well intervention on the Goliat field offshore Norway.Recently, Vår Energi received consent to use the Island Constructor well intervention facility for operations on the Goliat field in the Barents Sea.The consent has been extended to include intervention on wells 7122/7-B-4 Y1H/Y2H, 7122/7-C-3 Y1H/Y2H, 7122/7-C-2 H and 7122/7-B-3 H.The work is scheduled to begin during September 2019.The Island Constructor well intervention facility is operated by Island Offshore. The vessel was issued with Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) by the PSA in 2010.
UWF Basketball Double-Header Tuesday Night in the UWF Fieldhouse Nov. 26, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida men’s and women’s basketball teams will try to get back on the winning track tonight as they play at home in a double header at the UWF Fieldhouse. The Women host Albany State for a 5:30 game, and the men follow at 7:30 with a game against William Carey. In both cases, the Argonauts split with their opponents last year, so the match ups should be good.The West Florida men started this year 2-0, but fell last Tuesday to Nova Southeastern, and take a 2-1 record into tonight’s game. The Women lost their home opener to Florida Southern, then won two in a row, but lost two road games this weekend, including one in overtime to Arkansas Tech in Russellville, Arkansas. The women are now 2-3 on the season.The West Florida men are led in scoring by Josh Jackson and Ryan Henry at 12 points per game. Charles Bouie is the leading rebounder, and he also has seven blocked shots in the first three games. Junnior Point Guard Deondre Boynton has 22 assists already in the first three games. Meanwhile, the women are led by freshman Chelsea Patterson, who is scoring 16 points per game.The West Florida men suffered their first loss of the season this past week, falling to Nova Southeastern by a 73-61 score. The first half was a three point shoot out, and the Argonauts raced out to a 21-11 lead, thanks to 3-pointers from Josh Jackson and Ryan Henry. Nova would rally back for a halftime three point lead, thanks to hitting 7 of their final 10 three point shots of the first half. Nova connected on 8 three pointers, and the Argonauts 7, in the first half. However, West Florida cooled off in the second half and only managed one more three pointer the rest of the game, and fell short to the Sharks. The Argonauts will have a chance at redemption when the two teams play again in Ft. Lauderdale on Dec. 19th.The West Florida women were 1-2 this week, and played two overtime games. They started the week with a 74-70 win in overtime at home vs. Mobile. Laura Davis hit the game winning basket with 1:29 to play in overtime, and Tara Russ sealed the win with a late basket. Freshman Chelsea Patterson led the Argonauts with 27 points. West Florida traveled to Russellville, Arkansas to play Arkansas Tech and Ouachita Baptist this past weekend. The Argos fell behind by 17 points to Tech, and rallied in the second half, and took the lead on a basket by Amy Drake with 25 seconds remaining. However, Tech tied it with 4.3 seconds left on a runner by Rachel Brazell, and then outscored West Florida 12-0 in overtime. The Argonauts had a near repeat the next night against OBU. Falling behind by as much as 16 points, they played catch up all game and closed it to 66-64 with 59 seconds to play on a driving layup by Davis, which followed a three pointer from Patterson. However, OBU hung on for the win 71-64. Tara Russ had a season high 17 rebounds, but OBU was 18-21 from the Free Throw line to hold off the Argonauts.Last season, the West Florida Men defeated William Carey 85-69 in Pensacola, as Barry Durosier scored a season high 31 points. However, William Carey defeated the Argonauts 87-73 in Hattiesburg, in a game that point guard Deondre Boynton missed because of the flu. The two teams play home and away games this year also, as the Argos will travel to Hattiesburg next Monday for the second game.The West Florida women lost to Albany State at the start of last season in Albany, Georgia by a 55-52 score, as Laura Davis led the Argonauts with 14 points. UWF would recover from that loss, and defeat the Rams in Pensacola two weeks later by a 60-44 score, as Davis scored 15 points and Abena Bosia had 16 rebounds. Albany State is coming off a loss to #5 Delta State on Saturday, but was picked to finish 3rd in the 15 team Southern Intercollegiate Athletic conference. Print Friendly Version Share
Nigeria’s Divine Oduduru is the country’s best prospect for podium placement. Despite the fact that Oduduru was beaten to the gold medal of the last African Games by compatriot Raymond Ekevwo in Rabat, Morocco last month, the American NCAA sprint double champion is the second fastest man in the field in Doha.The 22-year-old Nigerian who has produced a season very similar to Christian Coleman’s 2017 campaign, have some mouth-watering pair of sub-10 performances early on in the year.Oduduru won the NCAA 100m title in 9.86 and doubled back to take the 200m crown in a blazing 19.73.However, his follow up performances since taking to the pro circuit have provided mixed results. Oduduru’s 10.26 run in Paris in his pro debut and the more recent 20.54 to take the 200m event at the African Games have created some kind of mixed feelings in the minds of Nigerians and other track aficionados dreaming of seeing the Delta-born sprinter ascend the podium to signify Nigeria’s return to the top again in the men’s sprint culture.Did Oduduru peaked too early in the season in the NCAA? Is he capable of shaking off the post NCAA blues to stake for the podium in the blistering weather in Doha? All these questions and others will be known by the time the final of the 100m event of the Doha 2019 is decided tomorrow night inside the Khalifa Stadium.As for the other two Nigerians like Raymond Ekevwo and Itsekiri Usheoritse listed for the 100m event, reaching the semis should be enough consolation for them. But nobody should completely rule out 20 year-old Ekevwo from any surprise like he did in Morocco blasting to a 9.96 personal best to take the African Games title.The gold is open for the likes of Yohan Blake, Christian Coleman, Akani Simbine, Zharnel Hughes, Canada’s Aaron Brown and Rio triple medallist Andre de Grasse and the most experienced sprinter in the field who is defending champion, Justin Gatlin.Gatlin’s victory in London came 12 years after his first. He’s gone under 10 seconds four times this season, capped by a 9.87 performance in Stanford in late June, but clocked just 10.29 in his most recent race in Zagreb three weeks ago where he was hit my a minor hamstring injury.Another former champion in the field is Blake, the 2011 winner in Daegu, South Korea, whose 9.96 in Lausanne is the fastest by a Jamaican this year.Others hoping to impress are Japan’s Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, the double dash winner at the 2015 World U18 Championships who joined the sub-10 ranks with 9.97, Arthur Cisse, who lowered Ivory Coast’s national record to 9.93.Other Nigerians listed to compete for glory at Doha 2019 include Emmanuel Arowolo as well as Oduduru who will represent the country in the Men’s 200m event.Blessing Okagbare is the country’s sole representative in the Women’s 100 starting tomorrow and also in the 200 metre events.National champion, Patience Okon and African Games Silver Medallist, Favour Ofili, will represent the country in the Women’s 400m event.African Games and Commonwealth Gold Medallist Tobiloba Amusan will feature in the women’s 100mH while Rilwan Alowonle and Edose Ibadin will feature in the Men’s 400mH and 800m events respectively.For Field events, African Games gold medallists, Chukwuebuka Enekwechi and Oyesade Olatoye, will feature in the Men and Women’s Short-Put events respectively while African Games Discus throw champion Chioma Onyekwere will feature in the Women’s Discus throw event.Nigeria’s outstanding Long Jumper and All African Games Gold Medallist Ese Brume will feature in the Women’s long jump event.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPSDuro IkhazuagbeTrack & field numero uno competition, the IAAF World Athletic Championships is scheduled to begin this morning at the iconic Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar with the men’s 100m the focal point of the opening day. Divine-Oduduru
MORE: Watch the NASCAR live & on demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)Kyle Larson appeared headed for his first win of the year after taking Stages 1 and 2 but hit the wall hard late in Stage 3 after a restart. The No. 42 car finished 26th after leading 35 laps.Brad Keselowski finished second, his sixth top-five finish of the year, to stay near the top of the Cup Series standings. Erik Jones, Chase Elliott and Clint Bowyer rounded out the top five. Elliott’s fourth-place finish was his fifth consecutive top-five finish of the season.Martin Truex Jr. entered Sunday as the defending race champion and favorite to build off his win last weekend at Charlotte, but spoiled any hopes of a repeat victory just 91 laps into the race. Truex hit pit road with a giant plume of smoke trailing his No. 19 and was quickly pushed back to the garage by his crew with engine failures.Sunday’s race was moved up in start time in an effort to beat approaching storms, but the precautionary moved ended up being for not, as rain never came as the sun shined when Busch claimed his checkered flag.Sporting News tracked live lap-by-lap updates and highlights from the Pocono 400. Follow along below.NASCAR at Pocono: Live updates, highlights from Pocono 400(All times Eastern.)Caution flags: 8Lead changes: 13Lap leaders: Kyle Busch (79), Kyle Larson (35), William Byron (26), Daniel Suarez (9), Brad Keselowski (4), Chase Elliott (2), Clint Bowyer (2), Denny Hamlin (1)Pocono 400: 2019 winner, top 20 order of finishFinishDriverTeam (Car No.)Laps led1.Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs Racing (18)792.Brad KeselowskiTeam Penske (2)43.Erik JonesJoe Gibbs Racing (20)4.Chase ElliottHendrick Motorsports (9)25.Clint BowyerStewart-Haas Racing (14)26.Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs Racing (11)17.Joey LoganoTeam Penske (22)8.Daniel SuarezStewart-Haas (41)99.William ByronHendrick Motorsports (24)2610.Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas (10)11.Kurt BuschChip Ganassi Racing (1)12.Ryan BlaneyTeam Penske (12)13.Daniel HemricRichard Childress Racing (8)314.Chris BuescherJTG Daugherty Racing (37)15.Alex BowmanHendrick Motorsports (88)16.Ryan NewmanRichard Childress Racing (6)17.Matt DiBenedettoLeavine Family Racing (95)18.Paul MenardWood Brothers Racing (21)19.Jimmie JohnsonHendrick Motorsports (48)20.Michael McDowellFront Row Motorsports (34)5:02 p.m.: Kyle Rowdy wins his fourth race of the year, making it look pretty easy at the end.Pocono [email protected] ties @RustyWallace for 9th on the all-time Monster Energy #NASCAR Cup Series wins list by taking the #Pocono400! pic.twitter.com/HLl5rrPvTK— Xfinity Racing (@XfinityRacing) June 2, 20194:59 p.m.: Three to go, and Busch is increasing the margin between first and second.4:57 p.m.: Five laps left with Busch in front, followed by Keselowski, Jones and Chase Elliott.4:55 p.m.: He had no choice, as Larson heads to pit road with a lot of damage. Tough way to end what’s been a good day. Third time he’s won two stages and failed to record a [email protected] gets clipped into the wall off @ClintBowyer’s nose!We stay green at @poconoraceway! pic.twitter.com/G09h7RezYq— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20194:54 p.m.: Larson crushed the wall, but he’s staying out there for now. Keselowksi has jumped to second.4:53 p.m.: Restart with nine laps to go. Kyle Busch opted not to pit under caution and is still in the lead.4:45 p.m.: Ricky Stenhouse hits the wall hard with 14 laps remaining as another caution flag comes out. He goes straight to the garage. 21 drivers are on the lead lap.That’s a lotta damage. Ricky is done early. pic.twitter.com/20qZSU1dZf— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 20194:43 p.m.: Fifteen laps left in this race. It’s Busch, Jones and Bowyer in the top three.4:38 p.m.: All drivers have now pitted, and Kyle Busch reassumes his lead.4:33 p.m.: Now Byron takes the lead as Suarez pits. Byron and Daniel Hemric are 1-2 but haven’t pitted with 25 laps [email protected]_SuarezG gives up the lead to come in for fuel.He turns over the top spot to @WilliamByron. pic.twitter.com/PL9oRrl1rR— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20194:31 p.m.: Suarez has a 5.3-second lead over Byron with 28 laps left but has yet to pit.4:26 p.m.: Harvick is penalized for having a tire roll away on pit road.Looked like Harvick’s crew lost touch of the tire while having some trouble with the right rear during that stop. He’s on pit road with 34 to go to serve his penalty. #Pocono400— PRN (@PRNlive) June 2, 20194:25 p.m.: Busch, Harvick and Hamlin all pit with 35 laps to go. Daniel Suarez is the new leader.4:23 p.m.: Busch and Harvick are over five seconds in front of the rest of the field, but all five of the top-five drivers have yet to pit.4:19 p.m.: Brad Keselowski is the first to hit pit road with 41 laps remaining. He takes two new tires.4:14 p.m.: Kevin Harvick is beginning to eat into Busch’s lead with 45 laps left.4:08 p.m.: Whew. William Byron nearly spins out. He hit the wall, but he saved it.Hold onto it, @WilliamByron! 😱The 2⃣4⃣ gets out of the groove and brushes the wall off the corner. pic.twitter.com/sB1NmOmiRw— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20194:06 p.m.: 56 laps to go as we start Stage 3 with Kyle Busch in first.3:57 p.m.: Larson captures the flag for both Stage 1 and 2 at Pocono. Logano and Byron are second and third.Stage 2 winner: Kyle Larson3:55 p.m.: Now Kyle Larson is back out front.3:52 p.m.: Chase Elliott takes the lead with five to go as Busch heads to the pits.3:51 p.m.: And Truex is now being pushed to the garage. His day is finished.Not what you want to see if you’re an MTJ fan. 😭@MartinTruex_Jr’s crew pushes the No. 19 behind the wall after suffering engine issues. pic.twitter.com/Xubh8LYUL4— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20193:50 p.m.: Truex hits pit road with eight to go and a whole lot of smoke coming from his car. He said he is “blowing up.”3:44 p.m.: Some unexpected issues as well for Aric Almirola with 13 laps left in the stage forces him to pit.Issues for @Aric_Almirola as well!The 1⃣0⃣ opts not to chance it and comes to the attention of his pit crew. pic.twitter.com/G5dpQXM80r— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20193:40 p.m.: David Ragan heads to pit row with a flat rear right tire due to body damage.3:33 p.m.: Hello, Clint Bowyer. Bowyer passes Busch for the lead. Busch takes it right back.3:32 p.m.: Restart with 28 laps left in Stage 2.3:24 p.m.: Corey LaJoie makes contact with the wall, and it’s another yellow flag from the debris.3:22 p.m.: Martin Truex Jr. was one of the favorites entering the day, but he’s all the way back in 19th.3:20 p.m.: Back under green with Kyle Busch in first and 35 laps left in Stage 2. Larson takes this restart four wide.For the record, we do not advise making your Sunday drives mirror a @poconoraceway restart. 😳We’ll leave this to the professionals. 👍 pic.twitter.com/azeP0uiwEP— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20193:14 p.m.: Another caution almost immediately on the restart. Matt Tifft spins out after he hits the apron on the inside of the track.3:07 p.m.: Caution on Lap 58 as Matt DiBenedetto goes into the wall.Whoops pic.twitter.com/Lb0yZIt6Sz— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 20193:06 p.m.: Kyle push makes the pass for first one lap after the restart.3:00 p.m.: Brad Keselowski stayed off pit road, and as a result has taken the lead.2:56 p.m.: Larson wins his second stage of the season.Kyle Larson holds on to win Stage 1 of the #Pocono400!2. Byron3. Keselowski4. Harvick5. Almirola6. Blaney7. Suarez8. Logano9. Truex Jr.10. Menard pic.twitter.com/n2Es9f5S69— PRN (@PRNlive) June 2, 2019Stage 1 winner: Kyle Larson2:53 p.m.: Busch, Jones and Hamlin all pit with three laps left.2:51 p.m.: Five to go in Stage 1 as a few raindrops start to fall.2:46 p.m.: Ty Dillon turns into the wall and takes some damage on the right side. No wreck, but he’ll need some repairs shortly.2:40 p.m.: Restart on Lap 34 with Larson still in first. Austin Dillon’s day is done.2:33 p.m.: Austin Dillon goes into the wall pretty hard on Turn 3 of Lap 30. Paul Menard clipped him a bit, maybe. Caution.CAUTION: @austindillon3 backs his machine into the outside wall in Turn 3 to bring out the yellow.#Pocono400 | @poconoraceway pic.twitter.com/UheuMKFcL8— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 2019Ouch. 😣@austindillon3 | #Pocono400 pic.twitter.com/BqG7PnkBj2— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20192:28 p.m.: Back in the green and Brad Keselowski and Larson go back-and-forth for first.2:25 p.m.: Kyle Larson takes just two tires and wins the race off pit road.New leader: LARSON (2 tires) pic.twitter.com/GpZbiaBQZJ— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 20192:21 p.m.: Lap 20 competition caution for heavy rains overnight. Byron has led all 20 laps. Jones and Kyle Busch are second and third. Kevin Harvick changed all four tires a lap before the caution. Interesting to see if that’ll pay off.2:15 p.m.: Kurt Busch is doing everything he can to make it five more laps to the competition caution. He’s complaining of pressure issues and is dropping quickly.The 1⃣ is not a happy machine early at @poconoraceway.Listen in to @KurtBusch diagnose the issue. 🔊 pic.twitter.com/zIRWBe9D0B— #NASCARSalutes (@NASCAR) June 2, 20192:09 p.m.: Erik Jones makes an early pass on his teammate Kyle Busch to move up to second. 2:05 p.m.: Tought start already for Ryan Blaney. Maybe some contact, but he dropped 10 positions on Lap 2.2:03 p.m.: Green flag! 160 laps to the checkers; need to complete the first two stages for this race to count.GREEEEEEEEEN pic.twitter.com/VESSxuiwIo— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) June 2, 20191:54 p.m.: Engines fired. There will be a competition caution on Lap 20. Kyle Busch did what he’s done all season. Busch made it look easy, running a nearly flawless race as he picked up this fourth win of the Monster Energy Cup Series season with a victory at Pocono Raceway Sunday afternoon.The win was Busch’s third career victory at Pocono and the 55th of his Cup Series career, moving him into a tie with Rusty Wallace for ninth on the all-time list. Busch led a race-high 79 laps and cruised to victory at the end, despite not winning either of the race’s first two stages.