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15 Jul 19
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Global Motorcycle Connected Helmet Industry Latest Report on Motorcycle Connected Helmet Market Global Analysis & 2025 Forecast Research Study We conduct a highly comprehensive and consistent research methodology to garner the most precise estimates as well as forecasts about the market. We do this by curbing down the deviance. We utilize a combination of both […]

10 Jul 19
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Motorcycle industry is a very huge industry and it is also having a growing market of motorcycle accessories. Motorcycle accessories market has shown decent growth in recent years as the global market of motorcycles has grown. Motorcycles accessories is those parts which a customer can use or install on the bike as an additional feature […]

04 Jul 19
Boston Herald
Herald All-Scholastics Girls Golf EMMA ABRAMSON, SANDWICH The eighth-grader from STEM Academy placed fifth in South sectionals with an 83 as well as 24th in state with a 90. She finished third in Cape and Islands and ended the season with a personal record of 11-0. The high honor roll student and president of the National Junior Honor Society wants to play Division 1 golf in the future and is a Sports Illustrated Kids Kid Reporter for 2019-20. ELLIE de ANDRADE, NOTRE DAME The sophomore went 13-0-1 on the season and qualified for the IMG Junior World Championship. She finished third at South sectionals as the Cougars won the team championship. A Bourdon Scholarship winner, de Andrade has won three straight Mass. Bay League All-Star championships. JILLIAN BAREND, NORTH ATTLEBORO The Hockomock League All-Star and co-captain of the boys golf team finished seventh in the South sectionals this season. The junior founded the Girls Independent Golf League and won the International Network Player Developmental Award. The National Honor Society member also participates in New England PGA and the U.S. Challenge Cup. JENNIE GROGAN, MONOMOY The high honor roll student went undefeated in league play this season. The eighth-grader placed second with a 78 in South sectionals. She also placed sixth in states with an 80 and second at the New England Championships with a 70. Grogan is a high honor roll student and a member of Best Buddies. TATE HADGES, OLIVER AMES The junior shot a 78 to finish fourth in the Division 2 South boys tournament. A member of the three-time sectional championship team was a Hockomock League honorable mention while qualifying for the girls state tournament every year. The three-year varsity player also is an MIAA Student Athlete Leader. A three-season athlete, Hadges has competed in basketball, tennis and outdoor track. ABBY JAYE, HOPKINTON The three-time Tri-Valley League All-Star won the South sectional title this year with a 75 while shooting an 82 in the state championship. The senior was captain for the boys team and was awarded TVL Rookie of the Year her freshman year. The National Honor Society member was awarded the Jane Wezel Athletic Scholarship and will be golfing at Stonehill next season. CHRISTINE MANDILE, WINCHESTER The sophomore co-captain had another solid season, improving her career mark to 20-5 in two seasons. She finished third in North sectionals with a 3-over 75 while also shooting a 3-over 75 at New Englands. The Spanish Teacher’s Assistant was named a Middlesex League All-Star in the fall and aspires to play golf at the collegiate level. MACKENZIE MURPHY, HAVERHILL Murphy placed 13th at states with an 83 and 12th at New Englands with an 80. In the fall, Murphy was the low female finisher in the Division 1 North boys tournament, carding an 85. The sophomore finished third in the NEPGA Junior Tour rankings. The Honor Roll student plans to play golf at college after she graduates in 2021. EMILY NASH, LUNENBURG The senior was named MVP of her team for the fifth straight year and a League All-Star for the third time with her second league MVP. The 2018 girls state champion and 2017 boys sectional champ qualified for the 2018 Junior PGA Championship and 2018 USGA Girls Jr. Championship. A 2019 Principal’s Leadership Award winner, Nash will play Division 1 golf at Elon University in the fall while planning to major in finance. SUFANA NOORWEZ, SHREWSBURY The junior was named co-captain for the boys golf team next season after finishing eighth in North/Central/West sectionals and states this past season. She placed second in 2017 in sectionals and fifth in states. The honor roll student also has participated in the U.S. Challenge Cup, NEPGA Junior Tour and AJGA tournaments. MARGOT OSTERMAN, NOTRE DAME A two-time Herald All-Scholastic, the junior went undefeated this season while shooting an 86 in South sectionals and an 82 in states. She shot a low round of 75 this season. Osterman wants to be a nurse in the future. ELEANOR PARKERSON, BOSTON LATIN The Dual County League All-Star and member of the league championship team, Parkerson finished fifth at the state championship (78) and fourth at New Englands (even-par 71). The eighth-grader was the winner of the Hurricane Boston Junior Open at Blackstone National Golf Club in 2019. KAYLA SCHUBERTH, KING PHILIP The Hockomock League All-Star was named MVP for the Warriors boys team in the fall. The junior placed 10th with an 85 in sectionals and 10th with an 85 in the states after also competing in the boys states in the fall. The National Latin Honor Society member and All Honors student  also is a Hockomock League champion in diving. GABRIELLE SHIEH, CONCORD-CARLISLE The three-time North sectional champion and two-time state champion was named MVP of the boys golf team in the fall. One of the most decorated female golfers in state history, Shieh placed fourth in Drive, Chip and Putt Nationals. The junior was an AJGA Transamerica Junior Scholastic All-American in 2018. She also is a National Honor Society member. MADALIN SMALL, NEWTON SOUTH The sophomore placed third at states with a score of 76. She was part of the boys golf team that made the sectionals in the fall. The two-time All-Scholastic is an honor roll student and played junior varsity basketball for the past two seasons. She would like to play college golf after she graduates in 2021. MORGAN SMITH, WESTFORD ACADEMY The state runner-up with a 2-over 75 also took third in the North/Central/West sectionals with a 3-over 75. The freshman won the U.S. Challenge Cup World Series of Junior Golf and is a two-time state father-daughter forward division champion. The high honor roll student wants to play Division 1 college golf. KAITLYNN WASHBURN, SCITUATE The boys team captain finished as state runner-up in the girls tournament in both 2017 and 2018. The four-time All-Scholastic was named a Patriot League All-Star this season. The senior won sectionals in 2018 with a 75. She is taking a post-graduate year at IMG Golf Academy and hopes to play Division 1 golf.
03 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

The sale "Claudia Cardinale, the stuff of a diva" at Sotheby's (online sale until July 9th) pays homage to Italian fashion from the 1950s to the 1980s. Paris no longer had the monopoly of style and the Italian couturiers began to assert themselves. Sotheby's offers for sale the wardrobe of Claudia Cardinale. A 1960s glamor […]

28 Jun 19
AUSTRIAN CULTURE CHANNEL

A spectacular international friendly is about to take place in Lower Austria. Austrian Cup finalists Rapid Vienna face Czech side Bohemians Prague at Melk’s Schuberth Stadium tomorrow (4.30pm), with youth matches to start already at 2pm. Bohemians, which were founded in 1905, are coached by former FK Austria and Sturm Graz midfielder Martin Hasek. Ex-Rapid […]

28 Jun 19
Global Business Research Reports

[28 june 2019] The global Motorcycle Helmets market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028. This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Motorcycle Helmets from 2013-2018, and provides […]

27 Jun 19
Robert's Adventure

First Impressions Who is GMax? I know many of you are familiar with the brand already but this is my first encounter with them. I scoured the internet and found scant information so I reached out directly via email and got a fast response. GMax is an American company based in Idaho that began designing […]

26 Jun 19
Robert's Adventure

Introduction I have always wanted to get or try a NEXX helmet, especially something in the ‘Adventure’ line – so in being provided with a NEXX X.WED2 X-Patrol Helmet (also known as the X-Wild) for this review, one more ‘helmet-related’ item is now crossed off the proverbial bucket list… as informal as it is. NEXX […]

26 Jun 19
Robert's Adventure

Foreword This first of two Motion Series reviews introduces the new Motion Series systems from UClear and focuses on the Motion 6 system that is the base offering of this new series of products. The more advanced Motion Infinity is the subject of the second review in this series and while it shares almost everything […]

25 Jun 19
Robert's Adventure

I’ve Fallen Prey To A Bell SRT Modular Predator First Impression & Fitment I’ve just finished reviewing 3 successive helmets that all (to varying degrees) hurt my head to wear. All of them were shaped too narrow for my Round Oval skull. Thankfully relief came in the form of this Bell SRT Modular lid that […]

25 Jun 19
The Motorcycle Obsession

Helmet aimed at upright riders offers higher-end aesthetics and features for quite a lot less

19 Jun 19
LuxElite

Sotheby’s Paris will put some 130 couture and ready-to-wear items on auction from the wardrobe of sixties icon and award-winning international film star Claudia Cardinale. Widely regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her day, Claudia Cardinale also had an eye for beautiful, chic, occasionally understated but nonetheless very sensual clothes which, combined with […]