Indonesian homegrown gunship displayed at Singapore Airshow

first_img“[The CN235] can provide air support for ground troops, combat search and rescue missions, naval patrols, as well as border patrols,” Adi said in a statement on Tuesday. He added that Pakistan, the Philippines, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Senegal were potential markets for the gunship.Such African and Middle Eastern countries are among the many nontraditional markets eyed by PTDI as Indonesian businesses seek to fill global supply gaps arising from the US-China trade war.The company exported at least two planes last year — one to Thailand and one to Nepal — and is slated to ship another plane to Senegal this year.Through its participation at the air show, Adi said that the Bandung-based company was also trying to expand marketing and increase the sales of its products and services, include planes, helicopters and most recently, long-range military drones, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul services. (nor) State-owned aircraft manufacturer PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) is displaying a CN235 gunship at the Singapore Airshow held at the Changi Exhibition Center from Feb. 11 to 16.PTDI corporate communication manager Adi Prastowo said the company was seeking to “expand marketing and increase sales of products and services” by participating at the show.He added that the CN235 gunship — a multifunctional vehicle that can carry cargo, paratroopers, medical teams and patrol squads — had been developed to meet market demand. The particular model displayed in Singapore also sported a 30-caliber machine gun. Topics :last_img read more

American Century Championship 2020 schedule, player list, tee times & more to watch celebrity golf tournament

first_imgWhat is there to do when you are a bored celebrity in the middle of a pandemic? Play golf for a good cause — social distanced, of course.That is the 2020 American Century Championship in a nutshell as a who’s who of current and former athletes, actors and other famous faces head to Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course overlooking Lake Tahoe for the annual celebrity golf tournament. NBC is broadcasting all three rounds of the event live. The 72-player field in 2020 includes everyone from NFL quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers to NBA MVP Stephen Curry and his dad, Dell, plus entertainment personalities Ray Romano, Miles Teller and Larry the Cable Guy, among others.Former NFL quarterback and CBS analyst Tony Romo is also back to defend his titles after winning the tournament in consecutive years. Romo, who dabbles in PGA Tour tournaments on occasion, is a mainstay at the ACC, finishing in the top five in each of his seven appearances.Curry, who finished seventh in 2019, could prove to be Romo’s top challenger making his eighth appearance. Former MLB ace Mark Mulder has won three times (2015-17). Here’s everything to know about the 2020 American Century Championship, including a list of tee times (updated daily), the complete TV schedule, player list, betting odds and more.MORE: Watch the American Century Championship live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)American Century Championship golf scheduleDates: July 10-12TV channels: NBC, NBCSNLive stream: NBCSports.com, fuboTV (7-day free trial)Live TV coverage of the 2020 American Century Championship begins Friday from 5-8 p.m. ET on NBC Sports. Rounds 2-3 on Saturday and Sunday will be broadcast on NBC with coverage scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET each day. All three rounds will re-air on the Golf Channel at 10 p.m. ET following the original broadcasts.The tournament can be live-streamed via NBCSports.com as well as fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.DateTV timesTV channelFriday, July 105-8 p.m. ETNBCSN, fuboTVSaturday, July 113-6 p.m. ETNBC, fuboTVSunday, July 123-6 p.m. ETNBC, fuboTVAmerican Century Championship 2020 player listThe list of players for the American Century Championship features 72 current or retired athletes, broadcasters and entertainers, including 32 from the NFL, five from the NBA, 12 from MLB, two boxers, two tennis stars and a world long drive competitor. NFLPatrick MahomesAaron RodgersTony RomoJerome BettisDoug FlutieJim McMahonMarcus AllenJerome BettisTim BrownReggie BushTerrell DavisLarry FitzgeraldKyle FullerEddie GeorgeA.J. HawkCase KeenumTravis KelceCooper KuppAnthony LynnBrandon McManusCarson PalmerPatrick PetersonAndre ReedJerry RiceKyle RudolphAdam ThielenMike VrabelDeMarcus WareEric WeddleKyle WilliamsCharles WoodsonSteve YoungNBACharles BarkleyChauncey BillupsStephen CurryDell CurryDeron WilliamsMLBRoger ClemensDerek LoweGreg MadduxMark MulderBrian McCannKevin MillarJimmy RollinsOzzie SmithJohn SmoltzChase UtleyShane VictorinoTim WakefieldOther athletesCanelo AlvarezOscar De La HoyaJames BlakeMardy FishTroy MullinsBroadcastersJay BilasJoe BuckVinny Del NegroKathryn TappenOther celebritiesRay RomanoMiles TellerLarry the Cable GuyBrian BaumgartnerBret BaierChace CrawfordKira DixonJay DeMarcusJoe Don RooneyJohn O’HurleyMichael PenaAlfonso RibeiroRob RiggleJack WagnerAmerican Century Championship tee times & pairingsHere is the complete list of tee times and pairings for Sunday’s final round at the American Century Championship. All times are Eastern.Sunday, July 1211:25 a.m. – Jim McMahon, James Blake, Jay Bilas11:30 a.m. – Roger Clemens, Eric Weddle, Chase Utley11:35 a.m. – Kevin Millar, Brian McCann, Joe Don Rooney11:40 a.m. – Greg Maddux, Shane Victorino, Brandon McManus11:45 a.m. – A.J. Hawk, Brian Baumgartner, Aaron Rodgers11:50 a.m. – Joe Buck, Kyle Fuller, Cooper Kupp11:55 a.m. – Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson, Jerry RiceNoon – Tim Brown, Marcus Allen, Steve Young12:05 p.m. – Oscar De La Hoya, Bret Baier, Tim Wakefield12:10 p.m. – Jimmy Rollins, Troy Mullins, Reggie Bush12:15 p.m. – Alfonso Ribeiro, Michael Pena, Ozzie Smith12:20 p.m. – Rob Riggle, Jay DeMarcus, Kira K. Dixon12:25 p.m. – Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes, Mike Vrabel12:30 p.m. – Andre Reed, Terrell Davis, Charles Woodson12:35 p.m. – Deron Williams, Adam Thielen, Stephen Curry12:40 p.m. – Miles Teller, Ray Romano, Chace Crawford12:45 p.m. – Jerome Bettis, Jake Wagner, Case Keenum12:50 p.m. – Doug Flutie, Kyle Rudolph, DeMarcus Ware12:55 p.m. – Vinny Del Negro, Mark Mulder, Carson Palmer1 p.m. – Chauncey Billups, Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Lynn1:05 p.m. – Derek Lowe, Dell Curry, Tony Romo1:10 p.m. – Larry the Cable Guy, John O’Hurley, Kathryn Tappen1:15 p.m. – John Smoltz, Kyle Williams, Mandy Fish1:20 p.m. – Charles Barkley, Eddie GeorgeAmerican Century Championship oddsTony Romo was the betting favorite to win the American Century Championship tournament for a third year in a row, according to odds via Sports Insider.Tony Romo -120Mark Mulder +250Derek Lowe +1200Mardy Fish +1200Stephen Curry +1800Jack Wagner +2000Case Keenum +2200Kyle Williams +2200John Smoltz +3300Joe Buck +4000Adam Thielen +5000Bret Baier +6600Aaron Rodgers +10000Dell Curry +10000Brandon McManus +12500Brian Urlacher +12500Carson Palmer +12500Jerry Rice +12500Cooper Kupp +15000Kevin Millar +15000Tom Glavine +15000Vinny del Negro +15000Brian McCann +20000American Century Championship prize moneyAn estimated $600,000 in prize money will be donated to charities supporting social justice reform and COVID-19 relief efforts, according to tournament organizers. American Century Championship formatThe American Century Championship follows a modified Stableford format, which awards points based on stroke totals for each hole. The player with the highest point total after three rounds (54 holes) is the winner.Here is the scoring breakdown:10 points for a double eagle8 points for a hole-in-one6 points for an eagle3 points for a birdie1 point for par0 points for bogey-2 points for double-bogey or higherAmerican Century Championship winnersHere are the winners of the 10 most recent American Century Championship tournaments between 2010 and 2019.YearWinnerScore2019Tony Romo712018Tony Romo712017Mark Mulder732016Mark Mulder742015Mark Mulder822014Mark Rypien762013Billy Joe Tolliver672012Dan Quinn662011Jack Wagner802010Billy Joe Tolliver84last_img read more

ICE COLD SALT WATER THERAPY PROVING EFFECTIVE AS TYLER CERIN CARES FOR DOZENS OF HORSES IN-TRAINING AT SANTA ANITA

first_imgICE COLD SALT WATER THERAPY PROVING EFFECTIVE AS TYLER CERIN CARES FOR DOZENS OF HORSES IN-TRAINING AT SANTA ANITA ARCADIA, Calif. (April 13, 2019)–With equine medicine more readily embracing holistic treatments and procedures, Tyler Cerin, 31, son of veteran conditioner Vladimir Cerin, is treating dozens of horses per week at Santa Anita with a Jacuzzi-like machine called an Equine Spa, which employs ice-cold salt water.“It’s made in England and we use it as preventative maintenance and also to treat soft tissue that may have become stressed or inflamed,” said Cerin, who has treated horses nationwide as a highly sought-after Equine Massage Therapist.  “With each horse, we school them first in order to get them comfortable, because they’re going to be standing in a confined space when treated.“So, we walk each one through and then we stand them, similar to what you would do with a horse who was just getting familiarized with the starting gate.  With some horses, if we see they’re getting stressed, we stop the process and bring them back in a day or two to make sure they’re comfortable with it.”Once each horse is secured in the spa, the process of loading the salt water is initiated.“It takes five minutes to get the water up over their knees and above their hocks,” said Cerin.  “The water temperature is very consistent, at about 35 to 36 degrees, so we don’t want the level to get any higher, because if their belly was submerged, it’s pretty cold for them just to be standing there.“Once the water has reached the proper level, we turn on the jets and it’s very similar to a human sitting in a Jacuzzi.  It’s very soothing for the horses and once the water is circulating, this process lasts no longer than 10 minutes.  So, with another five minutes required to drain the water, each horse is in and out within 20 minutes, maximum.”When asked by XBTV’s Zoe Cadman if he’d ever been in the Equi-Spahimself, Cerin replied, “Yes, anything I do with the horses, I try it myself first…For me, it’s a blessing working as a team with each trainer and their staff as we try to help each of these horses reach their maximum potential.”last_img read more