– Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Before winning the World Championship, Peter Wright explained the story behind his walk-on and that trademark dance move on the stage In the third of our series, the world champion Peter Wright tells us the story behind his walk-on song and dance.Back on January 1 as Peter Wright lifted the Sid Waddell trophy, no one could have imagined how this year was going to pan out.Listen to the Darts Show podcast on: Spotify | Apple | CastboxFollowing that famous evening, Wright would have been relishing visiting arenas all over the world, being introduced as the world champion and entertaining sell-out crowds with his colourful outfits and legendary walk-on dance.However, since the global pandemic, walk-ons have become a little different which gives us even more reason to remind ourselves of how Wright, winner of the European Championship at the weekend, usually makes his entrance. 3:24 Before winning the World Championship, Peter Wright explained the story behind his walk-on and that trademark dance move on the stage In the latest special series from The Darts Show podcast Wright tells us the story behind his walk-on song, the dance that gets every party started and the Snakebite persona that he adorns for the stage; Download & subscribe to The Darts Show podcast via Spotify By Henry ChardLast Updated: 03/11/20 6:29am
As part of the Forum, the awards “Tourist Flower – Quality for Croatia” were awarded to the best renters in 11 categories. On the occasion of the election, Nimac Kalcina commented on the representation of the interests of family accommodation at the regional and local level. “It is necessary that regional representatives are directly involved in creating the destination’s tourism policy. Namely, given the increasing decentralization based on new legislation, decisions will increasingly be made at the local level. Therefore, it is necessary to establish constant mutual communication between all representatives, because only when we exchange information and perform together can we achieve that family accommodation enjoys the deserved status., “Said Nimac Kalcina. Find out more about the FOS held in Split in the attachment: INVESTING IN QUALITY IS THE KEY TO THE COMPETITIVENESS OF FAMILY ACCOMMODATION As part of the Family Accommodation Forum (FOS) held in Split from March 29 to 30, at the election session of the Family Tourism Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the president of the Association was elected Martina Nimac Kalcina, while zand vice presidents were elected Emilija Čudina i Kristijan Perkovic.
Brooks Koepka said his game was just where he wanted it to be ahead of the PGA Championship.Koepka fell short in his title defense at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, finishing in a four-way tie for second three shots behind champion Justin Thomas. It marked the American’s best result of the year and just his second top-10 finish in 11 events. PGA: Thomas moves into No. 1 spot with St. Jude victoryThat has left Koepka optimistic ahead of the PGA, where he will be aiming for a third straight success starting Thursday in San Francisco.”I feel good. I feel like my game is right there, this is where we wanted to be, peaking for the PGA,” he told Golf Channel. “I feel like my game is right there, everything’s solid, I hit a lot of good putts today, just didn’t go in. I’m pleased with it.” Not. Over. Yet.@BKoepka makes birdie on 17.He’s 1 back with 1 to play. #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/VU6GZ2PVSM— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 2, 2020Koepka said he was pleased with his improvement ahead of the first major of the year.”I feel like I’m playing good, so I’m excited to tee it up,” he said.”Everything’s moving in the right direction, so once you know you lose, it doesn’t matter if you lose by one or 10, it doesn’t matter, so, pleased with it, moving in the right direction and looking forward to next week.”
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Regulators have found serious safety violations at a state-run psychiatric hospital in Iowa where several combative patients have assaulted employees.An inspection found that employees at the Independence Mental Health Institute struggle to manage violent outbursts due to inadequate emergency plans, low staffing, poor communication and ineffective safety shields that staffers haven’t been trained to use.The Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration opened an investigation in June after a series of attacks against staff members. A union representing employees said the hospital faced an urgent safety crisis.Inspectors found seven serious and three minor safety violations. They proposed a $72,770 fine against the Iowa Department of Human Services, which operates the facility, and ordered it to fix the problems.The hospital treats patients with severe and complex psychiatric needs.