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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Sports: Images show just how much the Olympic bobsled event has changed over the years

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The sport hasn't always been miniature rockets propelling down a man-made track at extreme velocities.

Among the most intense sports at the Winter Olympics are the bobsled events, or officially, "bobsleigh."

The bobsled events that most of us are familiar with involve what look like miniature rockets propelling down a man-made track at extreme velocities, often under the cover of a roof to protect the track from the elements.

But things were much different nearly 100 years ago when the sport was part of the first Winter Olympics in 1924, held in Chamonix, France.

Below is a look at just how much the sport has evolved through the years, with a lot of help from the IOC who collected video from many of the Olympiads. You can see that video here.

1924 — Chamonix, France

Gold medalists:

Men's Four/Five: Switzerland-1

The track in 1924 looked like somebody dug a track in their backyard

1932 — Lake Placid, USA

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: United States-1
Men's Four: United States-1

It looks like the racers were wearing leather football helmets with some primitive facemasks. Also note the steering wheel.

1936 — Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: United States-1
Men's Four: Switzerland-2

The track was still cut into the hillside, but it looked like it was starting to be built for serious speed.

1948 — Sankt Moritz, Switzerland

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Switzerland-2
Men's Four: United States-2

While some teams started to incorporate more aerodynamics into the sleds, some were still using standard steering wheels.

1952 — Oslo, Norway

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Germany-1
Men's Four: Germany

Some of the sleds started to look like race cars.

1956 — Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Italy-1
Men's Four: Switzerland-1

And still just cutting tracks into the hillside.

1964 — Innsbruck, Austria

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Great Britain-1
Men's Four: Canada-1

1972 — Sapporo, Japan

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: West Germany-2
Men's Four: Switzerland-1

Check out those helmets

1988 — Calgary, Canada

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Soviet Union-1
Men's Four: Switzerland-1

1998 — Calgary, Canada

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Italy-1; Canada-1
Men's Four: Germany-2

2006 —Torino, Italy

Gold medalists:

Men's Two: Germany-1
Men's Four: Germany-1
Women's Two: Germany-1

2018 —Pyeongchang, South Korea

Now check out the best photos from the Olympics so far.

The 34 best photos of the Winter Olympics so far

Sports: Images show just how much the Olympic bobsled event has changed over the years



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N14m Job Scam: Police Arraign Psychiatric Hospital Staff

Enugu – The police on Monday arraigned Mrs. Stella Achara, a staff of the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu, over alleged N14 million job scam.

Achara, Principal Secretary to the Medical Director of the Hospital, Dr. Jojo Onwukwe, was docked before Hon. Justice C. O. Ajah of Enugu High Court for advanced fee fraud.

In the charge No: E/197C/2017, the police accused Achara of defrauding job seekers to the tune of N14m.

The charge sheet read:, “Stella Achara in or about the years 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 at Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu in the Enugu Judicial Division did by force pretences and with intent to defraud, obtain from one Nwatarah Hope “f”, Stella Egotanwa “f”, Ogbe Onyinye “f”, Nwufo Ifeoma “f” Aforka Clementina “f”, Ikemefuna Ebonyi “m”, Stella Onyeji “f” Mbah Loveth Ifeoma “f”, Okoh Perpetua “f”, Uche Onyia “f”, Egbo Nonye, Igbokwe Patricia “f” and Nwaizugbe Chioma “f” the total sum of N14 million (fourteen million naira), by falsely pretending that you have power to procure employment for them and what you will employ them as staff of federal neuropsychiatric hospital, New Haven, Enugu, which presentation you knew to be false.”

Her conduct is said to have amounted to “obtaining property by false pretenses contrary to section 1 (1) (a) and punishable under section 1 (3) of the Advanced Fee Fraud and other Fraud related offences act, No 14 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2006.”

When the case came up, the prosecutor, Damian Njoku-Umeh, told the court that he had obtained a fiat from the Attorney General of Enugu State, Hon. Miletus Eze, to prosecute the matter.

The defence counsel, Barr. J.I Isieke did not object to the fiat, which was consequently admitted as an exhibit in the matter.

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Kogi: Gunmen Kill Masquerade, Abduct Oil Magnate

Lokoja – A masquerade was allegedly killed by suspected gunmen at Inoziomi quarters in Adavi Local Government Area of Kogi State.

The tragedy, it was gathered occurred at about 10 p.m during a traditional “Ebe festival”, held at the weekend, when the gunmen riding okada, opened fire and killed a masquerade on the spot, while two people were critically injured.

An eyewitness accounts have it that the masquerade allegedly stabbed a supporter of another masquerade, which led to the death of the man.

Some suspects have been arrested by the military in connection with the killing.

Meanwhile, the Chairman / Chief Executive Officer of Always Petroleum & Gas Limited, Otinau Momohjimoh, was abducted on Sunday at about 8pm, by unknown gunmen in Okene, Kogi State, where he had gone to offer prayers.

Otinau, said to be in his 40s was abducted when a 9-member kidnap gang stormed the venue of the prayer session and began to shoot sporadically into the air to scare people away.

Usman Ishaq, an eyewitness added that as people were scampering for safety, four of the gunmen held the oil mogul, dragged him into their unmarked Toyota Camry and zoomed off.

His words: “The abductors are yet to make phone contacts with the family of their victim to demand ransom”.

William Ayah, police spokesman for Kogi police command confirmed the killing of the masquerade, adding that the police is doing everything possible to bring to book those behind the killings.

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A nation in good hands?



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Sports: Lindsey Vonn intentionally slowed down during her downhill training run because she didn't want her opponents to know how fast she was going

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Lindsey Vonn says she tried to play mind games with her opponents during training.

  • Lindsey Vonn completed her first two training runs for the downhill event on Sunday and Monday at the Winter Olympics.
  • After Vonn failed to medal in the super-G, her training times suggest she will be in a good position to rebound in the downhill.
  • Despite apparently intentionally slowing herself down, she still "won" the first training run and finished third in the second.
  • Vonn later said she was playing mind games with her opponents.

Lindsey Vonn came up short in her first Olympics event, but early signs suggest that won't happen in the ladies' downhill event, despite her own attempts to hide how fast she was really going.

Toward the end of Vonn's second training run on Monday, she came out of her crouch and raised her arms, slowing herself down before the finish line.

Vonn later said she was trying to play mind games with her opponents by concealing her true speed.

"I was trying to slow myself down," Vonn said. "I actually didn't want to win the training run today. I like letting other people think they are faster. In speed there are few things you can do to play mind games, so I use every opportunity."

It doesn't appear as though it worked too well.

While Vonn did finish third in the second training run, she still posted two of the fastest training run times in the two days combined. She had the fastest time in the first run and still beat 50 of the other 52 racers in the second.

This doesn't mean Vonn is guaranteed the gold, but it does mean she is probably not fooling anybody with her mind games.

Sports: Lindsey Vonn intentionally slowed down during her downhill training run because she didn't want her opponents to know how fast she was going



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Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Tottenham prepare Zaha bid

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Tottenham prepare Zaha bid



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AGF queries Magu, Keyamo over charges against CCT chairman



  1. AGF queries Magu, Keyamo over charges against CCT chairman  Vanguard
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'We must be prepared to suffer' – Conte's Chelsea bracing for tought Barca test

The Blues manager knows his side must work hard to keep Lionel Messi and Co. in check in the Champions League last-16 clash

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Sports: Churros, pranks, and hallway bobsleds: Here's what Winter Olympic athletes get up to when they're not competing

Anna Fernstaedt, a skeleton racer from Germany, jumps for joy on her apartment bed at the Olympic village in Pyeongchang.

Churros, pranks, and hallway bobsleds — life looks pretty good when athletes aren't competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Athletes at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang have all had to work hard.

Qualification for the Olympic games requires years of dedication, training, and skill.

So it might be easy to assume that while competitors are preparing for an event they adhere to a strict diet, work out in the gym, and go to bed early.

But some athletes like to let loose.

This involves eating churros, playing elaborate pranks on each other, and riding makeshift bobsleds down hallways inside the Olympic village.

Business Insider has collected photographs from Getty, Instagram, and Twitter to shine a light on how some competitors at the Winter Olympics have been spending their downtime.

Scroll down to find out.

Athletes tend to hang out at the Olympic village in Pyeongchang. Some nations send delegations so large they take up multiple floors within the high-rise apartment blocks. North Korea, for instance, has three floors reserved but the competitors are "separated from other nations."

Sources: CNN.

Before athletes check-in, they might sign this "Truce Wall." One of the themes of every Olympics is peace — and that is not lost on athletes. Here, three American lugers (Emily Sweeney, Erin Hamlin, and Summer Britcher) pose in front of peace symbols that were originally designated for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

Once inside, athletes can get together and hang out in the apartments, much like members of the Australian Olympic team are doing right here.

Others take advantage of the recreational centre, like Team Norway's ski jumper Robert Johansson, who needs no second invitation to shoot some pool.

The recreational centre has other activity areas, too – you can also play air hockey and pinball.

Speed skater Koen Hakkenberg of the Netherlands opts for a FIFA video game. Though it's unclear which team he has gone with, it's probably safe to assume he is representing the Dutch.

Three members of the US women's hockey team pass the time by drinking coffee and playing cards.

They also take lots of photos.

For skeleton racer John Daly, it's all about playing pranks. His favourite is the "trust fall" — a trust-building exercise where a person deliberately falls and relies on somebody else to catch them, even when they're not expecting it. Daly's favourite target is his American teammate Steven Langton, a double Olympic medalist from the Sochi games.

Snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott of Team New Zealand gets some rest before competition begins. The 16-year-old is one of the youngest competitors in Pyeongchang and finished just outside the medal positions in the slopestyle final.

When Swiss skier Fabian Boesch isn't on the slopes he spends his free time defying gravity and posting escalator tricks on his Instagram account. Boesch achieved internet fame for this stunt.

It is not the first time Boesch has engaged in hijinks as he also hijacked a pallet truck so he could use it like a bobsled.

Boesch also scaled to the top of the Olympic rings statue outside of the apartment blocks in the village.

Gold medal winning snowboarder Shaun White's social media accounts seem more introverted than Boesch's. But who can blame White for taking a moment to appreciate the view he has from his room.

Others, like American figure skater Adam Rippon, have been spending their time winning over Twitter with hilarious posts, like this…

…And this.

Chloe Kim, who is fast becoming the face of snowboarding at 17 years old, chows down on ice cream and churros — apparently they help with her nerves.

If they can handle the cold, the life of a 2018 Winter Olympian looks pretty fun.

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Benue royal fathers send SOS to FG over Otukpo-Ugboju-Onyagede-Ankpa federal road

Monday, 19 February 2018

Will Grigg stuns 10-man Manchester City to put Wigan in quarter-finals



  1. Will Grigg stuns 10-man Manchester City to put Wigan in quarter-finals  The Guardian
  2. Pep Guardiola involved in furious row with Wigan boss Paul Cook as Man City are dumped out of FA Cup  Independent.ie
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Nigeria convicts 205 Boko Haram suspects in mass trials



  1. Nigeria convicts 205 Boko Haram suspects in mass trials  Reuters
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  3. Residents flee as Boko Haram attacks Yobe community  TheCable

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Sports: Adam Silver hints at possible change to NBA playoffs that would eliminate conference championships

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NBA commissioner Adam Silver floated the possibility of seeding teams 1-16, rather than the current conference format in place.

  • NBA commissioner Adam Silver addressed a potential change to the NBA playoffs during his annual All-Star Saturday news conference.
  • Silver discussed the possibility of shifting to a system where eight teams from each conference still made the postseason, but were seeded as a single group regardless of conference affiliation.
  • The change would allow the two best teams to meet in the Finals even if they came from the same conference.
  • Such a change would require a vote from 20 of the league's 30 owners.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver hinted at a possible change to the NBA postseason during his annual All-Star Saturday news conference.

The potential change comes after years of imbalance between the Eastern and Western Conference, which has occasionally resulted in the two teams with the best record meeting before the NBA Finals. Some have argued for a change that would take the top 16 teams into the playoffs regardless of conference.

The solution Silver hinted at was a compromise of sorts — the playoffs would still consist of eight teams from each conference. The teams would be reseeded 1-16 at the start of the postseason, allowing for inter-conference matchups before the Finals.

"You also would like to have a format where your two best teams are ultimately going to meet in the Finals," Silver said. "You could have a situation where the top two teams in the league are meeting in the conference finals or somewhere else. So we're going to continue to look at that. It's still my hope that we're going to figure out ways."

Such a change would require 20 of the league's 30 owners to vote in favor of the measure, and is still likely a few years away from coming to fruition. Another hurdle will have to do with travel — with teams from different sides of the country possibly playing in the early rounds, extra days of travel would likely have to be added to the schedule as well.

While there is still no plans for a vote on the matter, Silver's comments are the most clear indication that a plan may be in the works to change the NBA postseason in the near future.

Sports: Adam Silver hints at possible change to NBA playoffs that would eliminate conference championships



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Edo LG Election: APC Vows Not to Rig for Candidates



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IBB, Saraki to FRSC: Brace up for challenges ahead



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Police Is Your Friend: Police officer spotted throwing stones at a woman [Video]

The Nigerian Police Force recently killed five armed robber suspects

This surprise is coming in form of a video recording that shows a police officer throwing stones at a lady in Ijapo Estate, Akure, Ondo State.

Just when we were sure that there was little the Nigerian police could do to shock us, they go ahead and surprise us.

This surprise is coming in form of a video recording that shows a police officer throwing stones at a lady in Ijapo Estate, Akure, Ondo State.

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In the video shared by Instablog9ja, the victim is seen putting in feeble efforts to retaliate, while another police officer is seen trying to protect her from the stones.

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Voices can be heard in the background asking about the credibility of the police after such behaviour.

They went on to express disappointment in the country as a whole but that hardly comes as a surprise.

This is one out of a long list of treacherous, unprofessional and childish behaviours exhibited by the police and in many cases, such occurrences have led to the loss of lives.

Police assaulting civilians

Nigeria is one sad story after another of assault and victimization from the people who are sworn to protect same citizens they assault on a daily basis.

ALSO READ: Policeman assaults civilian for proclaiming rights on ATM queue

 

From extortion to framing and implicating innocent citizens as well as killing innocents with little or no regard for life, the police has proven on more than one occasion that they are not friends with the citizens that are responsible for their earnings.

Military regimes in Nigeria saw an intense violation of human rights as less attention was paid to the rule of law especially when it concerns civilians who are without wealth.

Democracy has hardly impacted the attitude of security personnel in respect to maintaining civility.

It is the year 2018 but under them, it feels like the military era of the 80's and early 90s' all over again.

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Strategy: Chipotle is testing a trendy new menu item — and it proves the struggling chain is entering a new era with Taco Bell's CEO at the helm (CMG)

Chipotle's New York City test kitchen

Chipotle added quinoa to the menu at its New York City test kitchen.

  • Chipotle added quinoa to the menu at its New York City test kitchen.
  • The trendy grain is just one of the many new menu items that Chipotle has tested in the last year, including queso, which was later added to menus across the US.
  • The chain is entering a new era, with Taco Bell's CEO taking over as top executive — a position long held by Chipotle's founder.

Chipotle is adding a trendy new item to the menu at its test kitchen.

On Monday, the struggling burrito chain began serving quinoa at its New York City test kitchen.

"The quinoa is made with red and gold quinoa tossed with a little citrus juice, cumin and freshly chopped cilantro," Chipotle representative Chris Arnold said in an email to Business Insider. "We are recommending that added to a salad, or in place of rice in another entrée."

Chipotle has long avoided adding more items to the menu, as its simple style of assembly-line food preparation has been crucial to its success.

However, Chipotle's resistance to change has begun to crumble.

In July 2017, Chipotle debuted a New York City test kitchen that is open to the public. Chipotle kicked off the location's launch by serving queso at the restaurant.

Chipotle rolled out the cheesy dip across the US in September. While critics slammed Chipotle's queso, the company reported in February that the new menu item had led to a 2% increase in customers' average check.

Chipotle hinted that more new menu items might be in the works earlier in February. Founder and CEO Steve Ells said in a call with investors that the company is considering "salads with different kinds of grains," as well as "traditional things" like nachos and quesadillas.

The chain's incoming CEO will also serve as a crucial player in Chipotle's new plan to add more new menu items.

Earlier in February, Chipotle announced that Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol will be taking over as the chain's top executive in early March. While Chipotle has long attempted to keep its menu extremely simplistic, Taco Bell has found success by constantly rolling out new limited-time offerings, such as nacho fries and the Naked Chicken Chalupa.

Not every item that Chipotle serves in its test kitchen rolls out across the country. For example, Chipotle has been serving nachos in the test kitchen for months — but hasn't yet indicated any plans to roll out the dish to more locations.

However, the new menu item proves that Chipotle is not finished experimenting with new dishes. And, with a trendy health-conscious choice like quinoa, the chain demonstrates that adding new dishes doesn't mean it needs to ditch its obsession with quality, all-natural ingredients as it adjusts its menu strategy.

Strategy: Chipotle is testing a trendy new menu item — and it proves the struggling chain is entering a new era with Taco Bell's CEO at the helm (CMG)



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Can't Take It: Woman who cried for help following bad experience dating married man receives scorn

A victim of an abusive relationship has cried for but she receives none from social media users.

A woman's request for help following an assault by a married man has received scornful comments.

A woman named Ronke Owolabi has cried for help following reports of incessant pummeling resulting from dating a married man who left her with a swollen face.

Images circulating social media showed the challenged victim with blood-stained bruises.

Her bearing seemed a sharp contrast of her actual self based on a different picture that presented a much lively and beautiful Owolabi who was seen rocking a stylish nose ring.

"Pls help me out of dis pain. Dating a married man and all I get is beating everytime," the abused woman wrote according to reports.

If she had hoped to get rescued by a semblance of a knight, that did not happen based on reactions on Instagram.

Her call for attention appeared to have inspired taunts as opposed to pity. Comments submitted by amused users have only succeeded in bashing her. She was criticized for holding on to another's husband.

Abusive marriages have become almost a trend

Violence in marriages have become a rampant thing in a Nigeria where a bigger attention is given to the dominating position of men over their wives.

The latter appear to be seen as subjects rather than partners, a reason that has seen them suffer abuse in the hands of their husbands and even flings.

On Wednesday, January 31, 2018, a divorce seeker in Ekiti State, Folasade Fatunla, has accused her husband Gbenga of stabbing her with a broken bottle for voting in the 2014 gubernatorial election.

The Ado-Ekiti Customary Court heard the complaint on Thursday, February 1, 2018, according to Punch News which reported that Fatunla, 32, packed out of the defendant's residence as a result of the violence. The pair who lived together for a period of 12 years reportedly have two children.

ALSO READ: Husband stabs wife for voting in Ekiti 2014 election

In addition, the complainant added that her husband has not portrayed himself as a responsible man, claiming that he often arrives home late in the night and offers nothing as welfare.

She asked the court to order Gbenga "to pay N10,000 as monthly feeding allowance of the two children, and he should also be responsible for their education at all levels," says Punch.

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Resilient project monitoring, evaluation key to economic devt – Obaseki



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'Pogba tension at Man Utd is normal' – Players are never happy, says McClaren

The £89 million midfielder has sparked talk of rifts at Old Trafford, with Jose Mourinho hitting back at such accusations amid a mystery illness

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