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Binghamton seeks public comment on pedestrian improvement projects

first_imgThe sites are focused on 10 locations that are nearby schools, churches, hospitals and community centers. Including Theodore Roosevelt Elementary, Woodrow Wilson Elementary, West and East Middle School, UHS Binghamton Hospital and more. To have your voice heard, click here. The project is scheduled to begin later in 2020 and is expected to be completed in Spring 2021. Construction for the projects include improvement to sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks and signage.center_img The mayor’s office says projects at 22 sites across the city will cost around $518,000 according to estimates. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Binghamton Mayor Rich David says the city of Binghamton is looking for public comment on pedestrian safety improvements.last_img read more

Sakshi Malik disappointed over not given Arjuna award

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 23rd August, 2020 08:57 IST Sakshi Malik Disappointed Over Not Given Arjuna Award Malik, already a recipient of ‘Khel Ratna’ – country’s highest sporting honour – had applied for Arjuna but her case was rejected by the Sports Ministry after the awards committee left it to minister’s discretion Ignored for the Arjuna award, Olympic bronze medallist wrestler Sakshi Malik took to social media to express her disappointment.Malik, already a recipient of ‘Khel Ratna’ – country’s highest sporting honour – had applied for Arjuna but her case was rejected by the Sports Ministry after the awards committee left it to minister’s discretion.Weightlifter Mira Bai Chanu’s application was also rejected as she has also received the ‘Khel Ratna’ in the past.”Honourable Prime Minister @narendramodi jee and honourable sports minister @kirenrijiju jee. I am honoured that I have been conferred with the Khel Ratna. Every player dreams of getting all the awards. The athletes toil hard. I, too have a dream that I get Arjuna award. How many medals should I win to get it. Or I will not get it in my wrestling career,” she tweeted in Hindi on Saturday.Malik has been struggling very badly since her Rio exploits. Leave aside producing results at the international level, she is even struggling to get past upcoming youngsters in her category.Twice she lost to Sonam Malik during the trials for international tournaments. Malik had also claimed recently that she has got only assurances by the state government despite doing well.”So far, I have not got a plot (land) nor has a job been given to me. I had met the Sports Minister and the Chief Minister earlier, but only got assurances,” Malik had said on Thursday.Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij, however, rejected the claim.”We gave a cheque of Rs 2.5 crore the day she landed in India (after the Olympics event),” he has said.Image credits: PTI / Social Media  LIVE TV COMMENTcenter_img Written By First Published: 23rd August, 2020 08:57 IST Press Trust Of India FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Nathan Rothschild: iSport Genius – Sorting the men from the boys at Russia 2018

first_img Vbet sponsors AS Monaco as Ligue 1 kicks off new season August 24, 2020 Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Nathan Rothschild, iSport GeniusNathan Rothschild, partner and co-founder at iSport Genius, looks into the data challenges that face operators and punters alike at the upcoming World Cup. With the tournament taking place in a new country and with historical head-to-head data somewhat limited, advanced methodologies are needed to factor in the new elements and ensure that no data goes to waste.___________________We all know how important the World Cup is to both punters and betting operators. Always a feast of football, the tournament this year in Russia will once again feature 32 teams playing 64 matches all within the space of a month.Every World Cup throws up its challenges as we all attempt to assess who will be the stars, the surprise packages and ultimately, of course, the tournament winners.Yet, with Russia being the venue this year and with some traditional European football powerhouses -­ Italy and the Netherlands – failing to qualify for the 2018 tournament, it poses some data challenges for anyone attempting to make sense of some of the match-ups we will see in both the group and knockout stages.The expansion to 32 teams first occurred in 1998 in France and the problems that happen when we attempt to understand probabilities based on limited reliable data have been evident ever since.With any World Cup there is a real lack of traditional data as we know it and that is compounded when the tournament takes place in virgin territory such as Russia. When it comes to the data available, we don’t have the sample sizes or head-to-head comparisons to guide us.We simply don’t have the over-abundance of data that is available when it comes to regular domestic league seasons, so what we do have, we need to use every last bit.Austerity dataAdvanced methodologies are hence needed to factor in more elements – often unique to the World Cup – and to make this data as interesting and granular as possible. Some examples that we have derived from past tournaments give a flavour of the work we have been doing in preparation for this coming summer, with a particular emphasis on generating insights around key betting markets.For instance, this is an interesting stat that our data engine has thrown up: the ‘First Half Under 0.5 Goals’ market has saluted in seven of the last eight World Cup matches between teams from North and Central America and Europe.Or how about this one: the underdog has won each of the last eight World Cup matches between two teams from different regions when leading at halftime.Or perhaps these stats will be useful; for Mexico, the half-time scoreline has been 0-0 in five of the team’s last six World Cup group stage matches and that Asian teams have lost nine of their last 10 World Cup group stage day matches.Finally, how about these? The ‘Over 2.5 Goals’ market has hit in six of the last seven World Cup group stage day matches between teams from Europe and Africa while the ‘Under 1.5 Goals’ market has hit during regulation time in seven of the last nine World Cup matches between two teams from different regions.We think that data such as this can allow operators (and ultimately their players) to look at the football from a different angle.In part, the data proves the old adage about tournament football that the normal rules don’t apply, but also that if you dig deep enough, you will find supporting data to show you trends that can help draw data-led conclusions. The truth is out there if you search hard enough.That remains the case even if the match is taking place nearly 1,800 kilometres from Moscow between two teams that have never before met in competition. Yes, welcome to Egypt v Uruguay on 15 June in Ekaterinburg. This World Cup first-ever match-up may be somewhat off the beaten track, but that doesn’t mean it comes without signposts______________Nathan Rothschild -Partner & Co-Founder -iSport GeniusBetting strategies and trading dynamics will be will be discussed and debated at the upcoming ‘Betting on Sports Conference’ (#boscon2018 – Olympia London-18-20 September 2018). Click on the below banner for more information… StumbleUpon FDJ’s ParionsSport launches sponsorship programme for French amateur football August 24, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit Sharelast_img read more