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Road To Canyon Jam: Aqueous’ Rob Houk Discusses Colorado’s Burgeoning Music Scene

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first_imgThe inaugural Canyon Jam at Colorado’s iconic Mishawaka Amphitheatre features several of the jam scene’s “Next Phase” of bands, such as Spafford, The Main Squeeze, Aqueous, Mungion, Organ Freeman, Cycles, Moves at Midnight, and Jus’ Sayin’. The two-day event takes place on September 8th and 9th, and is looking to be an annual affair boasting some of the jam scene’s top young talent. With the event just several weeks away, we decided to catch up with members of each band on the lineup in this new Live For Live Music interview series dubbed Road To Canyon Jam.Why The Mishawaka Amphitheatre Is One Of The Most Coveted Scenic Venues In The CountryHaving already discussed the upcoming event with Cycles’ guitarist Patrick Harvey and drummer Michael Wood, the second installment of the series features drummer Rob Houk of Buffalo-based jammers Aqueous. Houk relates the art of the jam to baking a cake and discusses how Colorado has one of the most vibrant music scenes in the country. Tickets for Canyon Jam are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For event updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.L4LM: The nature of Canyon Jam centers around the art of the “jam.” What, in your opinion, are the key ingredients to make up a solid improvisation?Rob Houk: Let’s say you’re baking a cake, but you’re making it with three other people and there are a lot of people watching. You have to find the right ingredients right there on the spot that work together, without overpowering everyone else’s flavors. Improvisation, like baking, takes time, patience, skill, and, most importantly, passion. When you’re with three, four, five or more other people, it’s very important to listen to what the others are saying while they add their ingredients so the cake comes out the way you want. Some nights, that cake tastes better than others. But it’s still cake, and cake rarely sucks, so have fun with it!L4LM: Because Canyon Jam is in its first year and given the location and the lineup, what are you most excited about for Canyon Jam? RH: I think we are most excited to be hanging with our friends, Mungion, Spafford, etc., at such a legendary venue. We have created a bond with these dudes, and it’s just a great time when we are all in the same place together.L4LM: In their earlier years, bands like Phish, The Disco Biscuits, and String Cheese Incident performed at the Mishawaka. Do you ever put any thought into bands that have played iconic venues before you and how that relates to your own career?RH: Definitely. It’s so cool to know that people you have looked up to your whole life have been on the same stage. It’s hard to describe how cool that is. I don’t necessarily compare it or relate it to where we are at career-wise—it’s just an honor to be there.L4LM: The Mishawaka is known for its intimate and gorgeous setting. How does a venue’s vibe affect how you go into a performance?RH: A venue with a great vibe provides a built-in energy to play a show. It’s almost as if the energy from the people who have been there before somehow sticks there and never leaves. It just keeps building. Usually, the staff, stagehands, etc., are happy, smiling people, and it makes for a more relaxing scenario as you walk on stage.L4LM: Playing Colorado, in general, always seems to bring out the best in bands. Why do you think that is?RH: Colorado has an absolutely killer music scene. There are so many great acts playing shows there almost every night. With that in mind, I think every musician wants to put on the best show they can because the bar is set so high.Friday Schedule:6 pm – Doors8 pm – 9 pm –  Moves at Midnight9:30 pm – 10:30 pm – Mungion11 pm – 1 am – Main SqueezeSaturday Schedule:4 pm – Doors6 pm – 6:40 pm – Jus Sayin’7 pm – 8 pm – Cycles8:30 pm – 9:30 pm – Organ Freeman10 pm – 11:30 pm – Aqueous12 am – 2 am – Spaffordlast_img read more

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Vermont celebrates National Entrepreneurship Week February 8th

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first_imgNurture Vermont’s entrepreneurial spirit: join entrepreneurs, policymakers, business leaders, educators and students in celebration of National Entrepreneurship Week at the Vermont State House on Tuesday, February 8th.  Career and Technical student organizations’ student leaders involved in DECA (an organization preparing students for marketing, hospitality and management), FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), FFA (Future Farmers of America), and Skills USA (a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force) will inform legislators and the public about their programs during the morning in the state house cafeteria. At 1:30 p.m. join Entrepreneurship Week ‘ Team Vermont in the Cedar Creek Room for a Governor’s Proclamation recognizing and celebrating Vermont Entrepreneurship Week February 6th – 12th, followed by the announcement of the winners of the statewide ‘Building Entrepreneurship Education in our Schools’ entrepreneurship education/literacy poster contest for high school students.  Students submitted drawings/artwork to highlight how and why developing entrepreneurship skills will help them now and into the future. This event sponsored by ‘Entrepreneurship Week – Team Vermont’: Johnson State College, Vermont Small Business Development Center, Champlain College, Vermont REAL Youth Entrepreneurship, Vermont Commission on Women, Vermont Department of Education, and Community Economic Development at Central Vermont Community Action Council. The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education, at www.nationaleweek.org(link is external), is proud to sponsor National Entrepreneurship Week 2011, reminding everyone that our economy GROWS because of our entrepreneurs and their creative thinking.last_img read more

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Sheriff’s office stops U-Haul truck, makes drug arrest in Endicott

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first_imgIn the U-Hual truck, authorities found a bag of methamphetamine weighing 22.5 ounces. Gaylen was found to be in possession of “numerous” small plastic bags. The sheriff’s office says Gaylen was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 3rd degree with intent to sell, a class B felony and criminal use of drug paraphernalia in the 2nd degree, a misdemeanor. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Authorities arrested a man on drug charges in Endicott Thursday. The Broome County Sheriff’s Office says it arrested 35-year-old Wayne Y. Gaylen of Endicott after stopping him in a U-Haul truck for a traffic violation on North Duane Avenue.center_img They say Gaylen also had a revoked driver’s license. The sheriff’s office says Gaylen was released on appearances tickets to the Village Endicott Court.last_img read more

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Franklin/Ripley Counties best in state to buy a home

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first_imgBATESVILLE, Ind. — A new study published by SmartAsset ranks Franklin and Ripley Counties in the top 10 in the state to purchase a house over renting.To find the strongest buyer’s market, they gathered data on average rents and home prices and compared buying to renting.The study then finds the shortest breakeven point in which the total cost of renting becomes greater than the total cost of buying.Franklin County ranks number two in the state with an average monthly mortgage payment of $584 and an average monthly rent payment of $971.Ripley came in fourth with an average monthly mortgage of  $514 versus an average rent payment of $964.last_img

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Amanda Shadday, 34

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first_imgAmanda Lynn Shadday, 34, of Morris passed away at 9:45pm, Saturday, September 30, 2017 as a result of an automobile accident near Delaware. She was born in Cincinnati on November 17, 1982 the daughter of Ronald Schwarte and Gina Sherritt. She was married to Jared Shadday on November 23, 2002 and he survives. Other survivors include her daughter Adriana at home; her father Ronald Schwarte of Versailles; her mother Gina Sullivan of Morris; maternal grandparents David and Gloria Sherritt of Cincinnati; several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Mrs. Shadday was a homemaker. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 5th at 11am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Randy Thieman officiating. Burial will be in the Greendale Cemetery in Osgood. Visitation will be on Thursday from 10am until time of services. Memorials may be given to the donor’s choice in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

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Amuneke: Tanzania Not Going to AFCON 2019 to Make up the…

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first_imgFormer Nigeria and FC Barcelona wing player, Emmanuel Amuneke made history with Tanzania late last year. He qualified the Taifa Stars for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations scheduled to hold next month in Egypt after 39 years wait. The only time Tanzania once played at the African football showpiece was when Nigeria hosted it in 1980 and the East African country crashed out in the group stage. Amuneke was given the mandate to make the near impossibility happen. But as a man who is not strange to making history he went into the Tanzanian job with a clear head. Remember how he came from the bench to score two goals that earned Nigeria the AFCON 1994 in Tunisia? Did you also remember his exploits for Nigeria at USA ‘94 and the Atlanta ‘96 feat in the Olympic final? As coach, after serving as an assistant to Manu Garba to win the 2013 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in UAE, he went to Chile with the class of 2015 Golden Eaglets to repeat to feat. And of course, FIFA chiefs in Zurich who have taken notice of this hardworking Nigerian gaffer found him worthy to be listed in its FIFA Technical Study Group to appraise the 2018 World Cup in Russia along with former international Stars like Brazilian Ronaldo de Lima, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, Lothar Matthiaus and Alessandro Nesta. The panel also had the likes of Carlos Alberto Parreira, Fabio Capello and others too numerous to list here.Amuneke who was amongst the Nigerian Legends that played an African All Stars Testimonial Match for outgoing Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode last Saturday at the Agege Stadium, took time out of his tight schedule to speak with DURO IKHAZUAGBE. Excerpt…. Should Tanzania be given an outsider chance of making it out of the group to the next round at the tournament in Egypt?Why not? We have same chances as the other 23 teams that have qualified for AFCON 2019.  We qualified just like every other teams. We don’t need to be afraid simply because Tanzania is returning to the tournament for the first time in 39 years. Of course, we recognize Senegal and Algeria because of their experience in the tournament. They have history of Nations Cup behind them. But don’t forget that Tanzania also passed same route as the other teams to qualify. So we are preparing our team for the competition and be ready to play when the time comes. After qualifying Tanzania for AFCON 2019 scheduled to hold in Egypt next month, what should Tanzanian fans and others who have followed your coaching career be on the look out for? Amuneke…target glory with the Taifa Stars What are your memories of even qualifying for the tournament considering the fact that nobody gave Tanzania any hope of making it to the Finals?Our last game against Uganda gave us the ticket to AFCON 2019. The game was an important one for us. That stadium has seating capacity of 60,000. It was filled to the brim yet we had more than 30,000 of our fans outside the arena. Everybody just wanted to see Tanzania qualifying for AFCON again. I am happy we made Tanzanians proud that day.When we lost against Lesotho, nearly everybody said oh that should have been an easy game for Tanzania. They seem not to realize that most countries have developed their teams and anything is now capable of happening in African football. As the players are growing, the teams are also growing. It was a wake up call for us in Tanzania, knowing that we needed to win our next match against Uganda to stand the chance of making it to the tournament in Egypt. That again, depends on what happens in the other game of the group which is between Cape Verdes and Lesotho. But at the end of the day, here we are going to Egypt as one of the qualified 24 teams.However, I must confess here that Uganda is one of the teams nobody wants to play now in the African continent. They have very good players and very tactically good.  They are very strong, aggressive and are fighters. We just have to control our emotions and concentrate on getting the job done. Otherwise, if we had played the same aggressive game with the Ugandans, perhaps the result would have been different. Realistically, how far do you think the Taifa Stars can go in Egypt?Really, I don’t know how far we can go. Even Nigeria, do you know how far the Super Eagles will go? Nobody knows. This is football. Lets wait for the tournament to begin to know what is in stock.  Do you still nurse any interests on the Super Eagles job?I am a professional. At the moment my focus is on the Tanzanian job. When the time comes for the Nigerian national team we will talk about that but not now that I have a job to do in Tanzania.I am not ruling out the prospect of coaching Nigeria some day if it is the will of God and if not, someone else will do the job. I take things one at a time. It is not a desperate thing for me but as a professional and being a principled man, I do whatever job I have at hand to the best of my ability. Super Eagles job is not on my mind now because I have a job in Tanzania. My focus now is how to improve Taifa Stars and make it one of the best teams in Africa. Even if I am not there tomorrow whoever that is coming to take over from me will meet a template in place that can lead to greatness. That is my dream for Tanzania football.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram We are prepared. We have qualified for AFCON after 39 years. Now that we have the chance to be amongst the 24 teams to play at the tournament in Egypt, we have to psyche ourselves that we are not going to make up the numbers. No doubting our capacity. We worked hard to earn our ticket to AFCON 2019.We are not telling people that we have the players to do well or not. Wether they are Nigerian players or Tanzanian players, players have same mentality all over. What matters is getting them to work as a unit, with one purpose in mind. You do not necessarily need to have super stars to win a competition. First, we have done the needful, qualifying for the AFCON 2019. What is your rating of the Nigerian squad and its chances at AFCON 2019?Nigerians have their believe they have good players but I will tell you that winning depends on how you can manage the moment. After four years absence, the Super Eagles are back to the tournament. So you have chances like other.last_img read more

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Monty’s hard-nosed play transcends limitations

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first_imgJoe Monty is not the fastest or most athletic defensive lineman, nor does he have attention-grabbing statistics. However, for Wisconsin defensive line coach John Palermo, he is the ideal football player.”Joe is such a smart, intelligent football player, and that is why he is playing,” Palermo said. “It’s not because of athleticism, it is because he is tough physically, loves football and plays the game the way it was meant to be played.”Monty’s love of football is evident. He has battled through plaguing injuries this year and worked hard to rehabilitate and return to the football field. His toughness might come from his upbringing. Football is in Joe Monty’s blood. The defensive lineman is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Pete, Wisconsin’s career tackle leader, and his father, who played at Notre Dame. His storied football family, as well as his large physique (6-foot-2, 252 pounds), demonstrates his innate magnetism to playing hard-nosed, competitive collegiate football as a defensive lineman.”Every week, my dad and brother tell me to keep my pad level down,” Monty said, referring to the tough clashes with offensive linemen. “I want to be known as a tough guy who comes out and hits you every single play.”For Monty, playing time has significantly increased this year. Last year’s dominant defensive line, led by Erasmus James, left for the NFL. As a result, Monty is filling in as the experienced upperclassman defensive leader. While it’s hard to replace linemen the caliber of James and Co., Palermo believes Monty has been a respectable successor.”I think Joe has had a great year,” Palermo said. “He is the glue that holds the defensive line together.”For the most part, Monty and the defense, while not dominant, have been satisfied with the team’s overall performance. Though the Penn State game was a tough loss, it does not wipe out an entire season of overall accomplishment.”It was a little disappointing the way we played against Penn State because we had a chance to win the Big Ten championship, but it has been a good season,” Monty said. Individually, Monty has recorded a respectable 2.5 sacks, tied for second on the team.However, Monty’s focus is not on personal goals and accumulation of statistics. Instead, he looks to just help the team. For instance, when asked about personal goals for the rest of the year, he responded immediately with an emphasis on the Badger team going to a prestigious bowl game.”The goal for this year is to win out the rest of the season, get to a Jan. 1 bowl game and win,” Monty said, simply and honestly. Monty subsequently answered the question about personal goals by modestly saying, “I just want to keep playing.”Monty perhaps proves the point that the way a player carries himself is just as important as his athletic ability. His strong work ethic and intensive work in the weight room has compensated for his lack of speed on the field. Monty’s example epitomizes the quiet, unforeseen success of Wisconsin this season. The Badgers were unranked in the preseason and predicted to finish in the middle of the Big Ten. Yet to this point in time, they have proven their critics wrong. And, to a certain extent, one has to think Monty, the hard-working, tough leader of the defensive line, has had an instrumental role in the team’s reputable 8-2 record.Palermo is very appreciative to have a player like Monty and hopes that Badger football standards are modeled after his strong personal traits — otherwise he believes the team will head in the wrong direction.”If every kid on the defensive line — and, for that matter, the defense — doesn’t look up to a Joe Monty, we got the wrong guys playing for us,” Palermo said. “He is a great student and model citizen.”last_img read more

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Doeren leads NC State in 1st season after successful tenure with Northern Illinois

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first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Northern Illinois’ training camp hit a rough spot. The 2012 Huskies suffered through a couple of tough practices, and the players were sure another was on the way.But head coach Dave Doeren had a more personable approach to his team’s struggles.He scaled back the regimen and took the Huskies out to see a movie.“Some coaches would just keep pushing and pushing,” NIU wide receiver Matt Williams said. “At that time, everyone really wanted to play for him. That just really stood out to me that he would be there for us when we needed him.”The relationship was twofold. Together, Doeren and his 2012 Huskies accelerated to unprecedented heights for the program and the Mid-American Conference. With its second consecutive MAC championship, NIU made the first Bowl Championship Series appearance in both school and conference history.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Huskies’ historic success brought Doeren new opportunities, and he left NIU before the historic Orange Bowl appearance. He opted for North Carolina State’s (3-2, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) head coaching position, which earns four times his annual NIU salary.“I felt like I was ready to be in this conference,” Doeren said during the ACC coaches’ teleconference on Wednesday. “I’ve seen a lot of different kind of teams out there and played against the ACC in bowl games at different stops.”No. 16 Northern Illinois lost to No. 13 Florida State by three touchdowns in the Orange Bowl on New Year’s Day, but the result doesn’t change how the Huskies reflect on their season.“I wish it would’ve ended a little bit better, but it was a great season,” NIU offensive lineman Jared Volk said. “We had a lot of fun. It was a lot of work but we kept on pushing through.”Doeren came to NIU before the start of the 2011 season after serving on Wisconsin’s coaching staff for five years, including three as defensive coordinator. He previously was an assistant coach at Kansas, Montana, Southern California and Drake, where he also played tight end.Right away, the Huskies knew their new head coach meant business.“Everyone respected him,” Williams said. “He’s a great man and a great coach who didn’t really take any crap from anyone.”In the 2011 season, Doeren’s first-ever as a head coach, the Huskies cruised to an 11-3 record and the program’s first MAC championship since 1983. In the GoDaddy.com Bowl against Arkansas State, NIU erased a 13-0 first-quarter deficit and won by 18 points.And the Huskies went right back at it a year later.After dropping the 2012 season opener by a single point to Iowa, NIU rode an 11-game winning streak to a MAC championship matchup with Kent State on Nov. 30. Once again, the Huskies found themselves trailing by double digits early in a high-pressure game. Once again, Northern Illinois fought back.In a double-overtime instant classic, Doeren and the Huskies came away with a 44-37 win for their second consecutive MAC title and nation-best 12th straight victory. “He’s a motivator. He’s a player’s coach,” Volk said. “He’s going to work you hard. He expects a lot from us and you just want to work hard for him every single time, because you don’t want to let him down.”But after the five-hour bus ride from Detroit’s Ford Field back to DeKalb, Ill., N.C. State director of athletics Debbie Yow was there, waiting to offer Doeren the chance to lead the Wolfpack.“I had a great job,” Doeren told reporters after being introduced as N.C. State’s head coach. “I wasn’t going to leave for a place that wasn’t special and I felt that way about N.C. State.”By the afternoon of Dec. 2, Doeren was preparing the Wolfpack for its impending bowl game against Vanderbilt. Doeren’s departure forced NIU to promote offensive coordinator Rod Carey to head coach the same day.Carey took over a Huskies team that was overmatched by the Seminoles in the Orange Bowl. Some could see the timeliness of Doeren’s decision as abandonment, but the Huskies don’t feel insulted — some still even keep in touch with their former head coach, Volk said.In two years at NIU, Doeren left a mark. He went 23-4 and brought the Huskies two MAC titles, as well as a level of success that the conference — let alone the program — had never achieved before.“He made good strides for us,” Volk said. “He helped get the program be where it is today. We still have a lot of respect here for Coach Doeren.“We’re not upset at all. He earned it.” Comments Published on October 10, 2013 at 12:48 am Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbblast_img read more

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Wildcrypto and Islands Lotto to capitalise on World Cup fever

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first_img Golden Race launches La Libertadores virtual football cup April 30, 2019 StumbleUpon Share Neil Banbury: 32Red – Gambling operators can do more than just support a club’s performance on the football pitch April 17, 2019 Submit Related Articles Share Interwetten targets €100 million GGR mark for 2019 August 5, 2019 Spiffx, developers of consumer driven games, are hoping to capitalise on World Cup Fever, by delivering its Take5Live title to the first two Twelve40 clients.After agreeing a deal to integrate Spiffx’s Take5 content into its proprietary platform earlier in the year, consumers of Twelve40 clients www.wildcrypto.com and www.islandslotto.com are now able to take advantage of the mobile game.Lennart Gillberg, Chief Executive Officer of SpiffX AB, commented: “The timing for this launch is perfect as the game concept fits the mood for the World Cup.“Due to the simplistic nature of the game, everyone can get involved and play. Integrating to the Twelve40 platform has enabled us to simultaneously roll out to multiple operators.“Twelve40 have timed the launch perfectly, and we are grateful for the team’s dedication to the partnership to be ready for the competition of the year”.Take5Live gives players the opportunity to wager on whether there will be a goal in selected matches within the next five minutes, with all bets being reconciled immediately if a goal is scored within the five-minute time period.It is hoped that supporters will be able to embrace the interactive experience amongst family and friends, whilst the World Cup action plays out.William Trentini, Chief Executive Officer at Wildcrypto, said: “At Wildcrypto we are very excited to offer our players our first sports betting game just in time for the World Cup. Several exciting additional games are coming soon.”Nigel Renouf, Business Development Director of the Twelve40 Group, added: “We are excited to partner with SpiffX, who shares our passion for offering innovative and engaging gaming experiences. We are convinced that SpiffX’s products will be a success for the operators that are attached to us in markets around the world.”last_img read more

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Tennis IRP demands tough love on data supplies as a fix for integrity

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first_img Submit Share TIU suspends Antonis Kalaitzakis over betting breaches July 21, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020 TIU denies two requests to lift provisional suspensions July 27, 2020 Related Articles Tennis’ Independent Review Panel (IRP) has published its much anticipated ‘Final Report’ on betting related-integrity issues, measures and protections commissioned jointly by the sport’s governing bodies of the ATP, WTA, ITF, and the Grand Slam Board.The IRP concludes a two-year study headed up by leading UK sports QC Adam Lewis, whose research is supported by US attorney Beth Wilkinson and Swiss Judge Marc Henzelin.Publishing the ‘IRP’s interim report on evidence’ last April, Lewis highlighted a number of concerns with regards to tennis’ relationship with betting, detailing that IRP’s research to date, had proven that ‘corruption had taken root at the lower levels of the game’.  In its April update, the IRP provisionally advised tennis’ governing bodies to undertake major structural reforms to their ranking systems, professional athlete accreditations, tournament frameworks, prize pools and education programmes.Moving to complete its research, the IRP would open its interim conclusions and recommendations to tennis and betting stakeholders as part of a consultation process. In its final report, the IRP credits Paul Leyland of Regulus Partners and Patrick Jay (independent advisor) as betting consultants assisting research.“The Panel’s findings are based on its comprehensive analysis of betting-related and other integrity issues facing professional tennis, including interviews of witnesses, examination of records and documents, and consultation with experts in various fields. In producing its Final Report, the Panel has fully considered all of the submissions that it received through the consultation process” the IRP details in its press release.With regards to its ‘final recommendations’, the IRP presents the frank response that there is no common panacea for tennis-betting’s integrity issues. Instead, the IRP presents a ‘package of measures’ (12 recommendations in total) aiming to strengthen tennis governing bodies’ frameworks, knowledge and systems against corruption and bad actors.In its recommendations, the IRP states that breaches of integrity can be effectively reduced by restructuring live data supplier agreements, with the panel recommending the following data-led measures for tennis stakeholders:Discontinuing the supply of official data for tennis’ development tour ‘The ITF World Tennis (“WTT”)’, which takes shape on 1 January 2019 and consists of former ITF $15,000 range tournaments.Empowering the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) to better monitor betting markets, and gain the capabilities to disrupt betting markets/events based on unofficial data of tennis sanctioned professional tournaments/matches/events.Allowing the TIU as tennis integrity supervisor to impose quotas/limits on the supply of live scoring data, in particular with regards to the lower levels of professional tennis.Imposing a mandatory ‘integrity-related contractual obligation’ on betting operators and data suppliers as a condition of the commercial use of official tennis syndicated live scoring data.“The Panel considers, following consultation, that the significant limitations described above are necessary and strike the appropriate balance at this time between all the competing considerations. The Panel recognises that these recommendations will have an adverse impact on the ITF’s revenues, a substantial part of which is reinvested in promoting tennis at what is essentially a developmental level of the game.”In its report the IRP recognises tennis governing bodies relationship with leading sports data firm Sportradar as the principal supplier of live ITF scoring feeds since 2012 – ‘a partnership which has generated tennis considerable funds’.Strengthening its data provisions and future best practices, the IRP states that tennis should move to ‘establish a newly empowered TIU’ whose responsibilities will be monitored by an independent supervisory board – ‘in particular as to the extent of any future sale of ITF data after the Sportradar contract comes to an end’.last_img read more

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