QUICK RELEASESIn alloy 6005 T6 black anodized. Laser print logo and CR-MO-LI axle. NIPPLESInternal. Nickel plated brass type with locking system. WEIGHTFront 700 g, rear 865 g. NIPPLESExternal. Nickel plated brass type. CASSETE BODYIn ERGAL 7075 wrought with CNC, anodised. Movement on seal bearings 2RS type. Compatibility Shimano HG 10 e HG 8/9; Campagnolo 9/10/11; SRAM. HUBSIn ERGAL 7075 forged wrought with CNC, black anodized, on seal ball bearing SKF. Axle in Al 7075. System 4BBS.. HubsCARBON-ALLOY hub CNC wrought; seal ball bearing SKF. Rear axle in alloy AL 7075. System 4BBS. The Hybrida is an alloy clincher by Ursus. It weighs 700g with 20 spokes in the front, 865g with 24 spokes in the rear. Full specs below. They’ll run about $1,000 in the US through Albabici.“One of the most well-known Ursus products. Hybrid mounts a pair of AL 7075 CNC forged hubs which are very light and reliable. These hubs are a direct expression of MG hubs, with SKF over-sized high-precision bearings which help to achieve a very low rolling resistance. From the comments collected during interviews with our professional teams, the main features of Hybrid are lightness, strong and smoothness. The rim is in light aluminum, and fits perfectly for all kind of circuits.” CASSETE BODYIn ERGAL 7075 wrought with CNC, anodised. Movement on seal bearings 2RS type. Compatibility Shimano HG 10 e HG 8/9; Campagnolo 9/10/11; SRAM. QUICK RELEASESIn alloy 6005 T6 black anodized. Laser print logo and titanium axle. SPOKESFront: 20 spokes Sapim CX-RAY flat. Rear: 24 spokes Sapim CX-RAY flat. SPOKESFront: 20 spokes Sapim CX-RAY flat. Rear: 24 spokes Sapim CX-RAY flat. Miura T45 Carbon Tubular Specs: RIM28” – ETRTO 622X14 clincher. In alloy AL 6005 T6 black anodised H 24 mm. Welding DWS system with LCS system control braking surface. Valve hole Ø 6.5 mm. Ursus just released two new wheelsets – the Miura T45 Tubular (left) and Hybrida alloy clincher. The Miura T45 has a 45mm profile and weighs 600g in the front with 20 spokes, 720g in the rear with 24 spokes. Hubs are carbon alloy CNC.“Miura T45, born thanks to URSUS experience producing high-level wheels. Designed for mixed routes, this tubular wheel is a perfect mix of lightness and aerodynamics. Miura T45 allows excellent starts and spurts on mixed routes. The aerodynamic shape of the rim helps cyclist have their best performance on long straights. Miura T45 mounts a pair of carbon-aluminum URSUS hubs with lightness and reliability. The hub flanges are forged in AL 7075. These carbon-aluminum hubs were born from the development of MG, where the hubs are mounted with steel ball bearings SKF oversized high precision, reaching a smoothness that is unparalleled.”They come accented in green, white and black. They’ll be available soon through Albabici. Details here. Click ‘more’ to check out the Hybrida alloy set and full Miura T45 specs… RIM28” – tubular. Monocoque 100% carbon fiber 12K. Height profile H 45 mm. Valve hole Ø 6.5 mm.To be used exclusively with cork brake-shoes provided by Ursus. WEIGHTFront 600 g, rear 720 g. Hybrida Alloy Clincher Specs:
News and Notes George Platt of Ft. Lauderdale has been named to the Performing Arts Center Authority, the governing board of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Dale Appell of Tampa presented “Reducing the Liabilities of Owning Real Estate” at the Tampa Bay Real Estate Investors Association in Brandon. Wendy S. Loquasto of Fox & Loquasto in Tallahassee has been elected president of the Legal Services of North Florida Board of Directors. Christine D. Hanley and Bari L. Goldstein of Christine D. Hanley & Associates recently presented “A Family Medical Leave Act Workshop Covering Recent Amendments to the FMLA” in West Palm Beach. Sherri Greenblatt of Redgrave & Rosenthal has been appointed to the Boca Raton Community Hospital Foundation’s Professional Advisory Committee. Regine Monestime of the Monestime Firm has been selected to serve on the Dade Community Foundation’s Board of Governors. H.T. Smith of Miami was recently elected chair of the Metro Miami Action Plan Oversight Review Board. Ainslee R. Ferdie of Ferdie & Lones in Coral Gables was recently elected president of the Miami-Dade Chapter 110 of the Korean War Veterans Association. Alice Reiter Feld presented “How Lessons from Abraham Lincoln’s Life Can Awaken You to the Joy of Each New Day,” with Rabbi Mitch Feld and “Veteran’s Benefits Available for Long-term Care” at the Westchester of Sunrise Assisted Living Facility and South County Civic Center in Boca Raton. Neil B. Shoter of Shutts & Bowen in West Palm Beach has received accreditation as a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional. Cynthia Crofoot Rig-nanes of Winter Haven was the “Speaker in the Spotlight” at the American Business Women’s Association meeting in February. Seymour Benson of Carlton Fields in Orlando served as part of the faculty at the Florida Judges College, presenting on the issues of relocation of children by the State of Florida and on temporary support. Melanie Ann Hines of Tallahassee and Charles Licthman of Ft. Lauderdale have been named to the Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission. Both are with Berger Singerman. Sidney C. Calloway of Shutts & Bowen in Ft. Lauderdale will serve as the 99th chair of the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. Winifred J. Sharp, who spent 27 years on the Fifth District Court of Appeal, was honored with the Barry University’s Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law’s Allies for Justice Award. John F. Campbell of Campbell & Saunders in Quechee, Vermont, was re-elected majority leader of the Vermont State Senate. Campbell also recently stepped down as chair of the Judicial Retention Committee to accept a position on the Judicial Nominating Committee. Michael S. Popok of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske in Miami has been named chair of the Diversity Advisory Committee of the Dade County Bar. Alan Fertel of Miami-based Pathman Lewis addressed the University of Miami Law Symposium with a presentation titled “Troubleshooting the Celebrity Client 24/7.” Brian H. Koch of Greenberg Traurig in Ft. Lauderdale was elected chair of Emerge Broward. Erskine C. Rogers of Rutherford Mulhall spoke on “Practicing Divorce Law in Challenging Economic Times” at a Palm Beach County Bar Family Law Committee seminar. Joshua A. Whitman of Milton, Leach, Whitman, D’Andrea & Milton in Jacksonville served on the faculty of the National Leadership Conference of the American Board of Trial Advocates in New Orleans. Cesar A. Sastre, general counsel with Bass Underwriters in Plantation, was elected vice chair of the Board of First Choice Women’s Centers, a Christian-based crisis pregnancy center. Fred N. Pressley, Jr., of Fowler White Boggs, has been elected to the Skills Center Board of Directors in Tampa, a nonprofit sport-based program that enhances positive development through academics, life skills, and athletics. John V. Tucker of Tucker & Ludin in Clearwater presented “ERISA – Employee Benefit Issues in Severance and Termination Claims – How to Steer Clear of the Pot Holes!” to the Labor and Employment Section of the Jacksonville Bar. David Pratt of Proskauer Rose spoke at the ALI-ABA Advanced Estate Planning Techniques seminar in Maui on estate planning and family limited partnerships. Stephen G. Fischer of ARC Mediation in Palm Beach County has been certified as a federal court mediator in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and the Middle Districts of Florida. Vivian Arenas-Battles of de la Parte & Gilbert in Tampa has been certified by the Supreme Court as a circuit court mediator. Jonathan Friedland of The Friedland Law Group in Coral Gables has been elected member of The American Board of Trial Advocates. Andrew O’Malley, Gary Walker, Leslie Schultz-Kin, and Cerese Taylor have been elected as officers of the board of Bay Area Legal Services. Michael C. Tyson of Zimmerman Kiser Sutcliffe in Orlando has been certified by the Supreme Court as a circuit mediator. Amy Santiago of Weiss Serota and Andrew Thomson of Tew Cardenas recently were appointed co-chairs of the New Lawyers Welcoming Committee of the Dade County Bar. Tamela Wiseman of Sarasota now writes a weekly column for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune on community association law issues. Marian Garcia Perez, who has offices in Ft. Myers and Miami, was elected to a three-year term on the Edison State College Foundation, Inc., Board of Directors. Susan L. Trevarthen of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske recently spoke at the 25th Annual Growth Management, Energy, Climate Change, and The Environment Short Course, sponsored by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, in Daytona Beach. Lawrence E. Brownstein of West Palm Beach recently lectured on medical malpractice at the University of Cincinnati Medical School and Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center. Paul Levine’s novel Illegal, the tale of a trouble-prone Los Angeles lawyer who searches for a missing woman, has just been published by Random House. William J. Podolsky III of Phelps Dunbar was appointed by the Tampa City Council to the Barrio Latino Commission. John M. Fitzgibbons of Tampa has been appointed to lead the Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission by Senators Bill Nelson and Mel Martinez. Nancy M. Stuparich of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske in Ft. Lauderdale spoke on “Planning Law in Florida: Constitutional & Legal Foundation for Planning” at a seminar sponsored by the Center for Building Better Communities at the University of Florida. Cory B. Kravit of Seiden, Alder, Matthewman & Bloch has become president of the Young Republicans of the Palm Beaches. Robert N. Diotalevi of Florida Gulf Coast University, along with William Statsky and Pamela McCoy Linquist, have co-authored a textbook, titled The Florida Paralegal. Kelly O’Keefe of Berger Singerman has been named president of the Tallahassee Bar Association. Richard E. Marsh, Jr. , of the Marsh Law Firm in Charlotte, NC, spoke on the topic of “The Marital Deduction” at the Mecklenburg County Bar. Jenny R. Adelman participated in the University of Miami Law School panel discussion, “Pathways to Success for Women Lawyers” coordinated by the Miami-Dade FAWL. April 1, 2009 News and Notes April 1, 2009 News & Notes
Trinidadian Evin Lewis came agonizingly close to scoring his third One-Day International century. However, his unbeaten 99 carried the West Indies to a five-wicket win over Ireland in the opening Day/Night contest at Kensington Oval in Barbados.The left-hander smashed 13 fours and two sixes off exactly 99 balls as the Windies, chasing 180 for victory, posted 184 for 5 off 33.2 overs.Lewis batted through the innings, as he first shared in a 71 run second-wicket partnership with Brandon King, who made 20 and then he and Roston Chase, 19 put on 48 for the fifth wicket to see the home team claim their first victory of the New Year and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.The Windies, as was customary in the past, made heavy work of the modest total, as they lost wickets at crucial intervals.Shai Hope was the first to go with the score on 27, as he skied one off Barry McCarthy in the sixth over for 13.Shimron Hetmyer got two early boundaries. However, he attempted an audacious shot and was virtually caught on the pitch by wicket-keeper Lurcan Tucker of spinner Simi Singh for 8, to leave the hosts on 112 for 3 in the 21st over. Another of the Windies starlet, Nicholas Pooran, also came in and looked in good nick, as he took 14 runs off Andy Mcbrine’s fourth over, including a huge six, which slammed on to the roof of the Kensington Oval.Shortly after, McBrine would have his revenge, as he had Pooran caught at point for 17. CLOSE CALL When Roston Chase was undone by a beauty from Boyd Rankine to be caught behind, the Windies needed just two runs for victory, and it was fitting that Lewis would hit the winning runs, as his launch over extra cover came agonisingly close to going all the way, which would have brought up his century. In the end, the ball would go for a four and Lewis was left unbeaten on 99.Earlier, pacer Alzarri Joseph bagged 4 for 32 from 10 overs, as the Irish batters succumbed to the pace and accuracy of the Windies quicks, which stifled their innings after they won the toss and chose to bat. Sheldon Cottrell also got in on the act, as he snared two Irish wickets for 39 runs in nine overs. Leg-spinner Hayden Walsh Jr also made his presence felt, as he too grabbed two wickets for 30 runs in 10 overs. There was a wicket apiece for Keemo Paul and Roston Chase.Wicket-keeper Lorcan Tucker top-scored with 31 from 68 balls with Mark Adair weighing in with 29 from 34 balls towards the back end of the innings.The teams will next face each other tomorrow in the second Day/Night match.
Anthony Knockaert’s free-kick on the stroke of half-time put Brighton ahead at the Amex Stadium.The visitors were on top for much of the first half and Conor Washington, restored to the starting line-up and looking for his first QPR goal, had a chance to put them ahead.AdChoices广告Massimo Luongo’s ball into the box fell to the striker, who turned and fired over the bar.Rangers created other first-half openings, with Alejandro Faurlin firing over and delivering a corner that was headed straight at keeper David Stockdale by Clint Hill.Stockdale was also called into action to keep out a shot from Matt Phillips after the QPR wide-man had closed down Bruno.Promotion-chasing Brighton, who could move back into the top two if they win, barely troubled the R’s before James Wilson blasted narrowly wide 10 minutes before the break.Rangers, who have played well so far, responded strongly and Phillips sent a shot just over.Albion finished the half strongly, though, and Alex Smithies was well positioned to keep out Lewis Dunk’s header from Knockaert’s corner.But Smithies was unable to rescue his team after Nedum Onuoha was adjudged to have fouled Jiri Skalak. Knockaert beautifully curled the resulting free-kick into the top corner. QPR: Smithies; Onuoha, Hall, Hill, Perch: Henry, Faurlin; Luongo, Hoilett, Phillips; Washington.Subs: Ingram, Kpekawa, Gladwin, El Khayati, Petrasso, Chery, Polter. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook