navaltoday Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today Spanish minesweeper runs aground during search for crashed C-101 aircraft Spanish Navy minesweeper ESPS Turia has stranded on a beach in southeastern Spain while supporting search and rescue operations for the crashed Spanish Air Force C-101 aircraft.Air Force Commander Francisco Marín Núñez died in the aircraft crash on August 26 while the minesweeper ran aground in the early morning hours of August 27.At the time of the stranding, the ship was in the process of recovering a UUV with which it discovered parts of the crashed plane.The ship’s glass fibre-reinforced plastic hull was breached in the accident, resulting in flooding in several compartments. Weather conditions are preventing navy divers from assessing the extent damage on the hull of the minesweeper, it was further said.The navy said it is currently developing a plan for the lifting operation in front of the seaside spit La Manga del Mar Menor which has been closed for the public.The navy expects the weather conditions to improve in the next 24 hours, which will allow it to proceed with the recovery operation. View post tag: ESPS Turia August 28, 2019, by View post tag: Spanish Navy Share this article Spanish minesweeper runs aground during search for crashed C-101 aircraft
Doha: Long jumper M Sreeshankar failed to reach the final after a disappointing performance while 400m hurdler M P Jabir made it to the semifinals on the opening day of the World Athletics Championships in Doha on Friday. Another 400m hurdler Dharun Ayyasamy, the national record holder, tumbled after the last hurdle in his heat to fail to qualify for the semifinals. The 20-year-old Sreeshankar could only produce a best jump of 7.62m from his three attempts in the qualification B to finish 22nd overall. His effort was well below his season’s best of 8.00m, which he had produced only last month in Patiala. Later in the day, Jabir finished third in the heat number one and 11th overall in men’s 400m hurdle with a time of 49.62 seconds to qualify for the semifinals to be held on Saturday. He has a season’s and personal best of 49.13. Ayyasamy could only clock 50.55 as he lost precious time after hitting the final hurdle. He finished sixth in heat number five and 27th overall to miss out of the semifinals. Ayyasamy, who had recovered from an injury recently, has a personal and season’s best of 48.80. The first four in each of the five heats and the next four fastest qualify for the 400m hurdles semifinals. Also Read | India’s Jinson Johnson Clinches Silver In 1500m, Qualifies For World ChampionshipThe first Indian to take the field on Friday was Sreeshankar, who has a personal best and national record of 8.20m. He began with a 7.52m before clearing 7.62m. He then fouled his third and final jump to end his campaign in disappointment. The automatic mark for the finals was set at 8.15m but only one jumper could touch it. The 11 other best performers went through to the finals with the least distance making the cut was 7.89m.Also Read | Hima Das Ruled Out Of Athletics World Championship Due To Back Injury Sreeshankar’s 7.62m effort here was his second worst this season. He had 7.53m in the qualifying round of the National Inter-State Championships in Lucknow last month. This season, he has been consistent around 7.80m with three jumps in the 7.90s, besides the 8.00m in Patiala on August 16. Sreeshankar was, however, placed second last in terms of the season’s best among the 27 jumpers who took part in the qualification round. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
NEW YORK >> The losses have piled up seemingly by the game, leaving Lakers coach Luke Walton increasingly agitated with negative trends that have not changed.So with the Lakers’ 107-97 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday at Barclays Center marking their eighth consecutive loss, Walton outlined a message that contrasted his normally calm and constructive style.“Just mentally being soft and calling us out,” said Lakers guard Nick Young, who had 14 points, albeit on 5-of-15 shooting. “We have to step up to the plate. I know I’m not soft. I know my teammates aren’t soft. So we have to show it and prove ourselves.”Former Lakers coach Byron Scott routinely offered such critiques last season as they marched toward their worst record in franchise history (21-61). Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. revealed Walton’s latest message is “not the first time we heard it.” But unlike Scott’s honest critiques, Walton’s feedback struck the Lakers’ locker room with a positive reception. “It’s just regular player-coach involvement,” said Lakers veteran guard Lou Williams, who had a team-leading 16 points albeit on 5-of-12 shooting. “They may look at it is they’re getting on him because he’s always such a cool guy. But I’ve had coaches do way worse. It’s nothing out of the ordinary for me.”The Lakers (10-18) sounded unsure about that. After all, the Lakers offered plenty of analysis of their slow starts, poor defensive communications and struggles with a previously injury-laden roster in recent weeks. The latest entailed Walton lamenting how the Lakers fared against the Nets (7-17) in rebounding (61-49), foul shooting (21-of-34) and poor ball movement. Walton only credited Williams for scoring and efforts to move the ball.Although Walton did not disclose his stern post-ame message, he described his team as a “casual group” and said “we have a lot to learn about winning.”“The losses obviously hurt and it’s frustrating. But it’s the fact we haven’t found our way since the injuries hit,” Walton said. “Now we have guys back and are still playing without a purpose for too much.”That contributed to the Lakers struggling in various ways. They shot 38.4 percent from the field. In his third game since returning from his left knee injury, Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell had 11 points on 2-of-10 shooting, while posting more fouls (four) than assists (two). The Lakers also closed the final quarter missing their last eight shots.“We’ve been getting mentally outworked. It’s been a lack of focus and knowing our personnel, there’s been a lot of issues we’ve had,” Nance said. “I think the resiliency we’re lacking right now is due to a weakness mentally. I think he’s right.” In recent days, Russell has expressed frustration that the Lakers have not backed up their self-critical analysis with actions. He reiterated that point by saying he hopes the Lakers have a “straight business approach” in Thursday’s practice that entails not talking to each other. “Usually after the game, somebody cusses everybody out and everybody puts their two cents in. Then it doesn’t work,” Russell said. “We come out and still perform the same way.”Walton’s message sounded different, though.“It was the challenge. The best thing about it is we got practice tomorrow and we’ll see who, including myself, takes what he says and goes with it,” Russell said. “Or who takes what he says and it goes one ear and out the other.”Lately, the Lakers have shown the latter. After testing Walton’s patience, though, they vowed to adopt the former. “His coaching staff have been nothing but unbelievable for us. So we have to play our part,” Young said. “Everything is needed right now, whatever it takes to get us out of this. Talking, yelling at each other, everything is needed.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Related News Khris Middleton says the Bucks are “itching for the playoffs” and motivated by taking their game to another level rather than merely clinching the No. 1 seed.The Eastern Conference leaders improved to 53-18 with a 115-101 victory over the struggling Lakers on Tuesday. James Harden becomes first player to score 30 or more points against every opponent in one season Clippers coach Doc Rivers denies report he’s interested in Lakers job Middleton led the Bucks with 30 points and later said that his team is hungry to ensure it will hit new heights. “The guys are itching for the playoffs, but we just have to stay day-to-day and do the things that have gotten us into this position,” the small forward said. “Keep working hard and keep wanting to get better, as an individual and as a group.” The Bucks have a nice cushion over the second-placed Raptors (50-21) with 11 games to play in the regular season, but Middleton says securing the top spot in the East is not the priority.”We haven’t talked about that at all,” he said. “What we knew when we clinched the playoff spot is we need to focus on the right now.”I think the boys are doing a good job of finding ways to get better heading into the playoffs rather than waiting for the playoffs or find ways or do certain things.””Guys are itching for the playoffs, but we have to stay day to day and do the things that have gotten us to this position.” pic.twitter.com/eslqjhsRTv— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) March 20, 2019
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