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Cyclists breathe easier on their own paths

first_imgBoston has installed more than 50 miles of bike lanes since 2007, and the number of pedal-powered commuters in the city, while only 2.1%, is more than three times the national average. To help urban planners continue to improve bike friendliness, researchers at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) set out to determine the types of lanes that expose cyclists to the smallest amount of vehicle pollution.The researchers attached a mobile monitoring unit to the back of a bicycle and hit the road to sample two types of pollutants from vehicular exhaust — black carbon and nitrogen dioxide — known to increase the risk of asthma, heart disorders, and other health problems. They traveled five common bicycling routes in the city during both morning and evening commutes, to compare bike paths, which are separated from the road, and bike lanes, which run adjacent to traffic.Bike paths had the best air quality, with concentrations of both pollutants about a third lower than on bike lanes. This was true even when bike paths near crowded streets were compared with bike lanes on quieter streets, suggesting that separation from the road and a protective barrier of vegetation, such as trees and bushes, makes a difference. Bike paths also allow cyclists to bypass intersections, where idling cars make the air quality particularly bad. Read Full Storylast_img read more

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Warriors vs. Raptors results: Golden State dominates Game 2 second half, gets even in NBA Finals

first_imgAs they have done so often, the Warriors put together a dominant third quarter to lift them ahead of the Raptors and give them a crucial Game 2 win to tie the NBA Finals at one game apiece.Sunday featured one of the more memorable Warriors third quarters in recent memory, as they scored 18 straight points to start the second half. Toronto went 6:43 of game time without a field goal and was outscored 34-21 in the quarter. After Toronto, which controlled much of the first half, climbed back in it late, Andre Iguodala hit a dagger 3 with 5.9 seconds left to secure the win.Steph Curry shrugged off a slow start to score 23 points, while Klay Thompson led the team with 25, although he did miss most of the fourth quarter with left hamstring tightness.MORE: NBA playoffs schedulePerhaps even bigger than Curry and Thompson’s performances were the contributions from DeMarcus Cousins, who had 11 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. The Raptors’ struggles were at least partly due to 37 percent shooting from the field, although Kawhi Leonard (34 points) did all he could. Pascal Siakam (12 points) was unable to replicate his stellar Game 1 performance.The series now heads back to Oracle Arena in Oakland, where the next two games will certainly be a big factor in determining the direction of the series.Sporting News tracked scoring updates and highlights from Game 2 of the 2019 NBA Finals between the Raptors and Warriors. Warriors vs. Raptors: Live updates, highlights from Game 2(All times Eastern)Final: Warriors 109, Raptors 10410:46 p.m.: Danny Green misses a 3 and this game is over. Golden State has tied the series 1-1!10:45 p.m.: With 5.9 seconds remaining, Iguodala makes a 3! Warriors back up by five.Andre Iguodala extends the lead and the @warriors hold on to even the series 1-1! #NBAFinalsFinal in Game 2:#StrengthInNumbers 109#WeTheNorth 104 pic.twitter.com/BwjMtWkk5L— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 201910:44 p.m.: After a couple of offensive rebounds, Danny Green hits a 3 and it’s a two-point game!10:39 p.m.: Just like that, a technical foul on Curry leads to three made free throws by Leonard. It’s not over yet.10:37 p.m.: Leonard misses his second straight shot and Toronto’s hopes are looking grimmer and grimmer. 10:32 p.m.: With just four minutes to play, Kyle Lowry has fouled out.10:31 p.m.: Curry picks up two fouls in about a 15-second span and Toronto is in the bonus.10:30 p.m.: Thompson will not return to the game with left hamstring tightness.10:28 p.m.: Siakam makes a free throw and Van Vleet converts the layup to move the Raptors within nine with four and a half minutes to play.10:25 p.m.: Leonard is still doing what he can for the Raptors.How, Kawhi?! 😳#WeTheNorth | #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/p5wZmCgzFo— NBA TV (@NBATV) June 3, 201910:19 p.m.: Golden State is making due without Thompson. Its 11-point lead is the largest of the fourth quarter.10:12 p.m.: Thompson heads to the locker room with an injury. He is limping heavily.Klay Thompson limps to the bench in the 4th quarter after landing awkwardly. He was grabbing his left leg before heading to the locker room. pic.twitter.com/87x2Utlbrj— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 3, 201910:12 p.m.: Consecutive 3s for Quinn Cook! Warriors lead by 10.Quinn Cook went back-to-back from deep and Steph is HYPE 🔥#NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/K0JanQUbNz— NBA TV (@NBATV) June 3, 201910:11 p.m.: Raptors hit back-to-back 3s and all of a sudden we have a four-point game.10:10 p.m.: Kevon Looney injury update:Sources: Golden State’s Kevon Looney has suffered a sprained collar bone and will miss remainder of Game 2.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 3, 201910:08 p.m.: Cousins starts the fourth quarter with a basket.End of third quarter: Warriors 88, Raptors 8010:02 p.m.: Curry quiets the Toronto crowd with a looooong 3 to put the Warriors back up by 10.Toronto had been doing a really good job of eliminating the relocation 3s, but Steph gonna Steph #wow pic.twitter.com/3nXR7vLAhL— Will Gottlieb (@wontgottlieb) June 3, 20199:57 p.m.: Warriors had been holding on to a double-digit lead since early in the half, but Leonard’s two free throws gets it back to a nine-point game. 9:51 p.m.: Fred Van Vleet makes a 3 and the Raptors finally have points in the second half, snapping an 18-0 Warriors run.The @warriors go on top with a 18-0 burst to open the 2nd half!#StrengthInNumbers 78#WeTheNorth 67🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: TSN pic.twitter.com/2Ja1RN2RvY— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 20199:46 p.m.: Klay Thompson’s 3 makes it a nine-point game and forces a Raptors timeout. Toronto hasn’t scored in over four minutes to start the half.Iguodala ➡️ Cousins ➡️ Thompson! 👏@warriors run extends to 14-0!#StrengthInNumbers 68#WeTheNorth 59🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: TSN pic.twitter.com/KGqcrwQHvS— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 20199:43 p.m.: Toronto is just flat right now. 12 straight points for Golden State to start the half.9:38 p.m.: Here come the Warriors! Iguodola nails a 3 to give them the lead. Golden State has scored the first seven points of the half.Andre #SPLASH for the lead 💦📺 #NBAonABC pic.twitter.com/PvYSewSdXO— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 3, 20199:36 p.m.: The second half has started. Iguodala is back on the court.Halftime: Raptors 59, Warriors 549:19 p.m.: The Warriors have the deficit down to five points at halftime. Curry has come alive with 16 points.9:15 p.m.: Thompson and Curry are responding as well as they can, but Van Vleet and the Raptors aren’t letting them get too close. Toronto’s backup point guard has 12 first half points.🗣️ COOKIES pic.twitter.com/NBkcniLb3N— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 3, 20199:10 p.m.: More concern for the Warriors as Andre Iguodala is shaken up after Norman Powell’s 3.9:10 p.m.: Curry finally gets his first field goal of the game.9:04 p.m.: After Cousins cuts the deficit to seven points with a 3, Norman Powell throws down a dunk and the Kawhi Leonard gets an and-one. Toronto’s lead is back in double digits as Curry’s struggles are really hurting Golden State.Norman Powell slips to the rim for the STRONG SLAM! 😤#WeTheNorth 46#StrengthInNumbers 355:16 left in Q2 on ABC & TSN pic.twitter.com/ALzArGUZzG— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 20199:01 p.m.: Cousins hits four straight free throws and forces Lowry to commit his third foul of the game, but Lowry responds on the other end with a 3.KL 👉🏽 KLSPLASH pic.twitter.com/qyND8n4D0Q— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 3, 20198:57 p.m.: Van Vleet completes a three-point play to stake the Raptors to a seven-point lead. He has Toronto’s last six points.8:55 p.m.: Toronto leads by four but has committed several fouls already. Ibaka has three while three other players have committed two fouls.8:53 p.m.: Worth keeping an eye on Curry as this game progresses. He’s been on and off the court and has yet to make a field goal as he deals with an illness.8:48 p.m.: Thompson opens up the second quarter by doing what he did in the first: Making a jumpshot. End of first quarter: Raptors 27, Warriors 268:43 p.m.: Serge Ibaka’s tip-in with just over a second left in the first quarter gives them the lead heading into the second stanza. Scoring leaders: Thompson (11 points), Leonard (9 points).8:40 p.m.: After the Warriors opened up a four-point lead, the Raptors come back with six straight points, including a strong take from Van Vleet to give them the lead.Fred VanVleet attacks and banks in the circus shot before the end of Q1! #WeTheNorth🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: TSN pic.twitter.com/4FbozTnyXW— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 20198:35 p.m.: Warriors with a mini-rally to tie it up at 19 as we are under three minutes away from the end of the first quarter. Thompson leads all scorers with 11 points.8:32 p.m.: Pascal Siakam gets up! Great feed from Fred Van Vleet too. SO. SPICY. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/2t9hfIhzJG— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 3, 20198:31 p.m.: After drawing a charge, Lowry gets a bucket and a foul on the other end. He’s making a lot of plays in the early going. Kyle Lowry rises on the short jumper and gets it to fall… and-1 @Raptors!#WeTheNorth 16#StrengthInNumbers 13🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: TSN pic.twitter.com/Fg7bHqIDos— NBA (@NBA) June 3, 20198:26 p.m.: Lowry hits a 3, Leonard tips in his own miss and then makes two free throws. The teams are a combined 7-of-25 from the field, but Toronto leads 14-9.8:25 p.m.: We interrupt the in-game updates for a look at Drake’s Game 2 outfit. He gets in a jab at Durant.Drake is not letting up with his troll game for Game 2. pic.twitter.com/AtdV1usSMc— ESPN (@espn) June 3, 20198:19 p.m.: Thompson now has all nine of Golden State’s points. Here are three of them.Klay #SPLASH💦 is a nice way to start things off 👌📺 #NBAonABC pic.twitter.com/Ig0Ln1fIOz— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 3, 20198:15 p.m.: Both teams have started very slow from the field. Klay Thompson’s five points have the game tied 5-5. 8:12 p.m.: Leonard hits the jumper for the first points of the game. 8:10 p.m.: Toronto wins the tip and we are off.7:55 p.m.: The starting lineups for Game 2. Cousins starting at center for Golden State is the biggest surprise.Starting us off ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/cOlOj8dsWn— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 2, 2019#NBAFinals Game 2 @Sprite_CA starters. #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/Mh6FPZdvLO— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 2, 20197:22 p.m.: The stars will be out in Toronto on Sunday.Drake won’t be the most famous person at Game 2 tonight in Toronto. That honor will go to Barack Obama.— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) June 2, 2019Obama is in the house.pic.twitter.com/vjxW8FXL7r— Sporting News (@sportingnews) June 2, 2019last_img read more

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England five will challenge for Scottish girls’ title

first_img Tags: Girls, Scottish Open, U18 9 Mar 2018 England five will challenge for Scottish girls’ title Five players will represent England in the Scottish U18 girls’ open championship next month.They are Charlotte Heath and Nicola Slater (pictured) of Yorkshire, Thalia Kirby of Buckinghamshire, Ebonie Lewis of Gloucestershire and Caitlin Whitehead of Cumbria. All five are members of the England Golf Girls’ Squad.The championship attracts an international field and will be played over 54 holes at Monifieth Golf Club from 4-6 April.The players:Charlotte Heath, 16, (Huddersfield) and Nicola Slater, 18, (Woodsome Hall) were both in Yorkshire’s winning team at the English Women’s County Finals of 2017.Heath, Thalia Kirby, 17, (Harleyford) and Caitlin Whitehead, 15, (Kendal) were all in England’s winning U16 teams for matches against Scotland and Switzerland last season. Kirby was also runner-up in the English U16 girls’ championship.Ebonie Lewis, 17, (Long Ashton) had top ten finishes in the English girls’ and women’s championships.Image copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

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Rohit Sharma caught on stump mic swearing at Cheteshwar Pujara – and Ben Stokes…

first_imgAdvertisement 0iNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsz9zWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6ujw2w( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3tWould you ever consider trying this?😱wp6Can your students do this? 🌚qmovRoller skating! Powered by Firework Rohit Sharma is now at the headlines for his back to back two hundreds in two innings of the test match against South Africa. Because of his brilliant performances in both the innings, India are on the verge of winning the first test match of the ongoing home series against South Africa. However, Rohit Sharma was caught on the stump mic today and he would not feel proud about it.Advertisement There was a moment in the match when Cheteswar Pujara and Rohit Sharma were batting together in the crease. Rohit Sharma called for taking a single; however Cheteswar Pujara refused. Rohit was out of his crease and he had to get back at time. While going back, he was not happy with Pujara and used a vulgar language.Advertisement These things are not uncommon in the field. At the heat of the moment, it was just a reaction of Rohit Sharma. However, the stump mic caught it and the video clip went viral. The star cricketer of England, Ben Stokes tweeted about the incident and he had the last laugh. Earlier Virat Kohli was also caught in the stump mic using the same word. Ben Stokes has posted it just for fun; no bad vibes are there in this tweet. Advertisementlast_img read more

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