The Bucs QB spoke to CBS’ James Corden about all things Super Bowl
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is still celebrating Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl win over the Kansas City Chiefs. A few weeks removed from the game and parade, we are now finding out more about what was going through his mind when he tossed the Lombardi Trophy off a boat and whether there was more to him stumbling than just sea legs. The QB went on CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden” to discuss it all.
The superyacht, worth $120 million, was caught on video slowly crashing into the dock, in Simpson Bay, St Maarten on Wednesday.
Superyacht Go, which is fitted with a helipad, a steam room, a swimming pool and its own hospital, ploughed into the wooden pier, broke apart the wooden jetty and a concrete wall.
In one video, an onlooker can be heard saying “oh my God” repeatedly as the vessel crashed into the pier.
As automakers promise to get rid of internal combustion engines, Heidelberg is trying to get rid of autos.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2021/02/28/business/heidelberg-cars-environment.html
Stage 19 of the Giro d’Italia, the longest stage of the race set to run 258km (160 miles) from Morbegno to Asti, has been shortened after a rider protest at the stage start on Friday morning.
— Read on www.cyclingnews.com/news/giro-ditalia-stage-19-shortened-to-150km-after-rider-protest/
British rider Tao Geoghegan Hart kept Team Ineos Grenadiers’ success rolling at this 2020 Giro d’Italia, winning stage 15 from an elite group atop the climb to Piancavallo.
Geoghegan Hart was one of three riders to survive the relentless pace on the category 1 climb, and he sprinted past Sunweb duo Jai Hindley and Wilco Kelderman to take the stage victory, bringing Ineos Grenadiers its sixth stage win at this year’s Giro.
“I’ve only won a few races in my career so this is something incredible to me,” Geoghegan Hart said. “For me, crossing the line first is something truly incredible.”
The British rider dedicated the victory — his first in a grand tour — to the team’s late sport director Nicolas Portal, who died earlier this year at the age of 40.
Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) destroyed the competition to take his third victory at the Giro d’Italia, winning the stage 14 time trial in a blistering time of 42:40. The world champion was 26 seconds quicker than his teammate Rohan Dennis in second place.
Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates) was by far the best performer of the GC contenders, finishing in third at 43 seconds behind Dennis and rocketing himself into fourth place overall. Having started the day in 11th place, McNulty is now just 12 seconds off a podium position after Pello Bilbao gave away more than a minute to the top GC riders.
Aside from McNulty’s ride, there was no huge shake-up in the overall standings.
— Read on www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-d-italia-2020/stage-14/results/
The news that Simon Yates had to withdraw from the Giro d’Italia after testing positive for Covid-19 will have sent shockwaves through the peloton, according to Brian Smith.
Mitchelton-Scott announced that team leader Yates would not start Stage 8 of the Giro after he returned a positive test for coronavirus having developed symptoms after Stage 7. No other members of staff tested positive but Yates was forced to withdraw from the race.
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Sustainable deepwater fish farms could propel the fishing industry into a new direction and in an “environmentally responsible manner” by replenishing depleted wild stocks that have been affected by overfishing and pollution.
Marine biologist Neil Sims is helping to spearhead this initiative with Hawaii-based Ocean Era (formerly Kampachi Farms), a start-up that’s established offshore.
Ocean Era breeds “sushi-grade fish” in pens 230 feet and almost 4 miles (70 meters deep, 6 km) from the coast. Currently, aquaculture (the farming of fish, seafood and aquatic plants) already accounts for about half the fish eaten worldwide. However, these fish farms are typically located in coastal waters where the fecal waste produced by the fish, and chemicals used in the farming process potentially impacts the environment.
— Read on www.techthatmatters.com/these-sustainable-deepwater-fish-farms-breed-sushi-grade-fish-and-could-replenish-depleted-wild-stocks/