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Usa Olympic Freestyle Coach Zeke Jones To Head Arizona State Wre

That says something to his free accomplishments both as an athlete and as a coach. It was always my goal to come back to college wrestling, Jones said. Six years ago, Rich Bender (USA Wrestling Kim Kardashian Executive Director) and I talked about serving our country and getting our freestyle program back on track. I wanted to take on that challenge. I feel we are at a better place than we were. Now, I am ready for a new challenge, helping elevate Arizona States program into one of the best in the country and position its wrestlers for success on all levels of competition. The seventh head coach in Arizona State program history, Jones is also an Olympic silver medalist for the United States, the 1991 World Champion at 52kg, a four-time World-Cup Champion, and coached United States Olympians in the 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2012 Olympic Games. As Olympic head coach, Jones athletes earned two gold medals and one bronze at the London Games in 2012. His athletes in the 2004 Athens Games, where he was the freestyle coach, earned a gold and two silvers. In the four World Championships during Jones tenure, USA placed third in the 2011 World Championships, fifth in 2013, and seventh in 2009. He also led USA to five individual World Champion medals, including two-time World champion Jordan Burroughs. <br>More:

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Report: Hollywood Film Writers Still White Guy Club | Fox News

Director of Communication Studies news at Widener University told FOX411. According to Dominic Patten of entertainment industry trade, there is a lot of talk with little walk. Despite all the platitudes, good intentions and a few high profile individuals, women are still being shut out and underpaid in Hollywood, he said. In the writers' more room, the director's chair and the executive boardroom - that's fact, not blockbuster fiction. The WGA-sponsored findings also noted that while minorities presence in the TV writing arena had a slight increase from 10 to 11 percent since the last published study, homepage their employment in movies was much smaller just 5 percent. That figure is unchanged from the last report, but down a percentage point from 2009. The most recent findings also concluded that the presence of older writers aged between 21 and 50 remains steady in both film and TV, but dips dramatically after the age of 60. The studys author Darnell M. Hunt, director of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA and professor of sociology, noted that the outcomes concluded in the report stem from the way the entertainment industry is structured. <br>Full story:

Saturday, 5-Apr-2014 03:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Lady Gaga Tries To Take All The Attention As She Wears Two Gowns

Despite not being nominated for anything at Hollywood's annual ceremony, Gaga made sure to steal all of the attention by homepage arriving late after all of Tinseltown's stars had cleared the red carpet and taken their seats inside the Dolby Theater. As a result all eyes were on the eccentric popstar, who initially opted for an elegant Versace gown - a far cry from her usual bizarre outfits - and platinum and diamond bracelet by Lorraine Schwartz. Scroll down for video Attention grabbing: Lady Gaga arrived at the Oscars in a strapless embellished gown before changing into a white cut-out number for the Vanity Fair after party Platinum is popular on the red carpet since it holds diamonds and colored gemstones most securely, and makes them sparkle. Gaga pulled her blonde hair back off her face and wore a long pink scarf around her neck for her attention grabbing turn. Where is everyone? Gaga had the red carpet to herself as she arrived late to the prestigious event She is the face of Versace so it's not surprising she chose the designer for the Oscars. The floor length strapless gown flattered her slim figure and clung to every curve. <br>Full story:

Friday, 21-Mar-2014 06:25 Email | Share | | Bookmark
New Zealand To Ban 'cruel' Animal Testing Of Cosmetic Products

New Zealand's Animal Welfare Act 1999 already imposes restrictions on animal testing, but there was no specific detail about cosmetics. Mr Mathers' proposed revision, a Supplementary Order Paper (SOP), will change the Animal Welfare Amendment Bill currently in the consultation process to include the use of animals in experiments related to cosmetic products. SAFE Campaign Manager Mandy Carter said the government of New Zealand has been aware for some time that the rest of the world is staying away from animal testing visit site of cosmetic products. She said New Zealand has the chance to keep up with other countries. Ms Carter said New Zealand's reputation in animal testing is under international scrutiny, and failing to site impose a ban on "cruel" cosmetics testing will not continue to remain unnoticed. She said an animal testing ban will ensure that animals do not need to suffer "horrific deaths" for the sake of cosmetic products. Mr Mathers' proposed changes to animal welfare laws are the latest in the increasingly popular trend of supporting cruelty-free products. India , Israel and 28 other member-countries of the European Union , including the city of Sao Paulo in Brazil, have already prohibited the use of animals in testing cosmetics. The legislative process remains in discussion in Australia , South Korea , Brazil and the U.S. <br>More:

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New Zealand Police Apologises For Issuing 20,000 Notices In Erro

Police says the problem arose when a fault in the police IT system resulted in vehicle data from the NZ Transport Agency between October 22 and December 16 last year not being automatically updated on police systems. The glitch affected more than 20,000 traffic infringement notices. The affected notices included read more... mainly speed camera infringements, and a smaller number of other camera-related notices, including red light camera offences, as well as police-issued parking notices. Among moved here those affected were people who sold their vehicles during the two-month period, who were then incorrectly ticketed for offences incurred by the new owners or others driving the vehicles. Also affected were those who had changed their fitness address or their surname after getting married. "Police sincerely apologise to all of those who have been affected by this one-off technical issue, which has now been resolved," national road policing manager superintendent Carey Griffiths said. <br>More:

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