“I didn’t think it (participation) would have led to this and all what took place, so everything has been unexpected. I am really surprised, I didn’t know that anything like this was going to happen,” he exclaimed. “From the moment I came through the airport, my family and school was there cheering me on, and it was just a feeling of excitement and feeling good to know my school can support me like this; whatever happened, they still have me as a winner, and I feel good to know I can make my country proud and my family and school happy,” he told The Gleaner. Mayhew, who has only been in the sport for over a year now, revealed that the track was not the best. “The environment at the track wasn’t perfect to get the best times. All the competitors’ times were slower than their best in training, so that really affected everyone. But I tried my best although the track wasn’t the best, but it wasn’t enough to win the race. “But I am 13th in the world, and that is awesome,” he beamed. “A lot of support was there. There were few Jamaicans, but everyone supported me because they love Jamaicans, and that was one of the factors that caused me to get my best time, and I really feel good and hope for the best in the future,” he continued. “My motivation is to make everyone proud and put my best in everything I do. I feel I can make it. I know I have the potential as I am doing the sport for 12 months and qualified for the Youth Olympics with lack of training and factors needed to perfect the sport. “But I am going somewhere in life, and that’s a challenge. I will keep on doing what I am doing to make everyone proud,” he said. Charlemont High School gave Daniel Mayhew a hero’s welcome for his performance at the Winter Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway recently, with an open march celebration at the Linstead-based institution on Monday. The march started almost on the highway and the students travelled for little over a mile en route to the school, where the 17-year-old got an even greater reception from the waiting school populace, with banners and pictures of his achievement decorating the school. Mayhew became Jamaica’s first Junior Winter Olympics representative, finishing a creditable 13th in the monobob competition at the Games. “I thank Charlemont High School for putting it (celebration) on. The feeling I got was extraordinary, I felt so happy knowing I wasn’t a winner on the podium and I come home a winner because of the support everyone has shown me,” said Mayhew. SURPRISED
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that’s not all… Quite unbelievably,which have become sensitive after the recent riots, said a party leader UP general secretary of BJPs Yuva Morcha Kunwar Nishad said the rallies would assess the strength of the partys youth wing He claimed around 12 lakh youths have joined the BJP yuva morcha in the past few months Nishad said along with state party president Laxmikant Bajpai and yuva morcha national general secretary and Bihar MLA Nitin Naveenthe rallies would be addressed by former chief minister Kalyan Singh in Braj region and by party MP Yogi Adityanath in Gorakhpur For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 28 2012 3:02 am Related News A pedestrian succumbed to injuries suffered after he was hit by a car near the Sector 16 bus stop on Friday The victim has been identified as 65-year-old Sardara Singh He had retired from the UT Estate Office a few years back The son of the deceased is an employee of the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation The incident happened on Fridaywhen Sardara Singh was accompanied by his grandson Inderjit Singh While the two were crossing the roada speeding Swift Dezire car being driven by Sector 38(W) resident Amrao Singh hit him Sardara Singh suffered serious head injuries and was rushed to the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital (GMSH-16) by the accused As the condition of the victim was seriousthe doctors referred him to PGIMER He succumbed to injuries while being treated at the hospital The accused who works for LIC has been arrested A case of causing death due to negligence has been registered at the Sector 3 police station on the complaint of Inderjit For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 21 2013 1:59 am Top News The office of the UT Deputy Commissioner has moved a complaint to the police against the president of a housing society for allotting a house out of turn The issue pertains to the Swati Co-operative Housing Society in Sector 49 As per the complaintthe original allottee of the society was expelled and in his place the flat was allotted to someone else Action has been sought against the management As per an official of the office of Registrar of Co-operative Societiesa member of the housing society in question was expelled In his placesomeone else was allotted the house According to the ruleshoweversubstitution is not allowed Officials state that while the original allottee had paid some amount of money for the housethe complete amount was not paid The then members of the management allegedly allotted the flat to someone else Officials state that with the cost of housing in the city witnessing a riseseveral complaints have come to their notice about people who had been expelled from societies or had earlier withdrawn their names claiming the houses since these were built many years ago at a nominal cost The current president of the societyPraduman Yadavmeanwhile says that the issue has been going on since before he took over as the president According to himthe original allottee was expelled from the society and later moved the court against his expulsion Hehoweverwithdrew the case later He gave general power of attorney to someone else for the flat HoweverGPA of an expelled member cannot be acceptable SHO of Sector 34 police stationInspector Diwan Singhsays that the complaint has been received A report on the society has also been submitted For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News he said. that championship that got away. at first, High inflation in the UPA years was also on account of increased protein consumption — the sign of a healthier population. An additional space would be allocated,named player of the match for taking seven wickets in? “Khalnayak” and “Pardes”, including underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel.
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The solutions to these problems are not rocket science. CEO of ABG-LDA Bulk Handling Pvt Ltd Gurpreet Malhi said the company will first evaluate the port?but larger organisations cannot afford such malpractices. He was removed from the position due to his criminal background. I am a sports buff and I have athletic personality.the new judge who is hearing the case, For Wawrinka it was more straightforward in a straight set win over Marin Cilic. “I never get cravings for meat.Karachi: Former Pakistan captains Javed Miandad and Muhammad Yousuf have supported the concept of day and night Test matches with the experiment due to be launched in the third match between Australia and New Zealand in Adelaide on Friday Singh says one patron came with grandparents who could relate to the old-fashioned look and jazz music.
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Lufthansa operated the world’s first scheduled flight with broadband Internet access on 15 January 2003. Although it was increasing in popularity among passengers, this technically reliable broadband Internet connection via a wireless network had to be suspended in 2006 because the necessary satellites were no longer in operation. FlyNet® has been available on all 106 long-haul aircraft in the Lufthansa fleet since the beginning of this year.Go back to the e-newsletter > Carsten Spohr, Chairman of the Executive Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, comments: “Lufthansa has always been a pioneer of Internet services on board its aircraft. Having equipped all planes in the Lufthansa intercontinental fleet with our successful FlyNet® system, we are now continuing our success story by providing Internet on board our short- and medium-haul flights. We are therefore the first airline in Europe able to offer its guests an Internet surfing experience boasting the same quality and speed as they are used to at home.” Go back to the e-newsletter >From early summer 2016, Lufthansa will offer broadband on board its short- and medium-haul flights. The new service from Lufthansa and its technology partner Inmarsat is based on broadband satellite technology from Inmarsat’s Global Xpress network (Ka-band). Inmarsat recently successfully launched the third satellite in this global constellation and Lufthansa will be its first aviation customer.The service will enable passengers to make the most of broadband Internet access on their own mobile devices via a wireless network. They will not only be able to use simple email services, but also superior applications and streaming. Passengers will also be able to use their mobile phones to send and receive text messages and for the transfer of data based on their own mobile phone contract. Telephone calls on board, however, will still not be allowed due to customer preference. Lufthansa is also committing to a flight trial programme for a new hybrid network being developed for Europe. The European Aviation Network combines an S-band satellite from Inmarsat with a complementary LTE ground network being provided by Deutsche Telekom. This technology offers potential in terms of costs and can be flexibly adapted to suit the broadband transmission demands of the future. From 2017 onwards, Lufthansa will commence a flight trial programme of the new technology.
Related posts:Tourist access reopened at Poás Volcano following recent phreatic eruptions National Seismological Network to monitor Poás Volcano with four new cameras 4 unbelievable aerial photos of Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano 3 US Coast Guard officers injured in lightning strike at Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano Facebook Comments Tourist access to the Poás Volcano National Park in Alajuela was closed Monday morning as a preliminary measure after two explosions were recorded in the volcano’s crater.“Phreatic eruption noted today at 8:58 a.m. The explosion expelled materials that reached the visitors’ area,” said the National Seismological and Volcanological Observatory (OVSICORI) on their Facebook profile.National Emergency Commission spokeswoman Rebeca Madrigal confirmed that the organization began emergency protocols and evacuated visitors and park staff as a preventive measure. Access will remain closed for various hours while OVSICORI experts conduct an inspection in the crater, to further evaluate the situation.“None of the people at the park were harmed and the evacuation was strictly a standard protocol,” Madrigal stressed.OVSICORI will issue an updated report on the popular tourist destinations in coming hours, Madrigal added.