Michael Andrew celebrates after winning the men’s 50-meter freestyle final at the U.S. national championships swimming meet Sunday, July 29, 2018, in Irvine, Calif. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)IRVINE, Calif. — Michael Andrew is swimming in deeper waters now, having qualified for his first major international senior meet with a breakout performance at the U.S. national championships.Andrew earned his fourth victory, upsetting current world champion Caeleb Dressel and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Nathan Adrian in the 50-meter freestyle on Sunday night.ADVERTISEMENT “Already being on the team there was no pressure, I could race completely free,” Andrew said.He also won the 100 breaststroke and titles in the 50 breast and 50 butterfly at the meet that determined the U.S. roster for next month’s Pan Pacific championships in Tokyo.Dressel finished in 21.67, while Adrian was third in 21.85. They were the only men under 22 seconds in the 50 free final.Simone Manuel won the women’s 50 free to go with her earlier title in the 100 free.“There’s a lot of aspects in both my races that I can improve going into Tokyo,” she said.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names LATEST STORIES “My lucky number is four,” Andrew said, noting it signifies the fastest qualifying lane. “I felt like it would be a nice way to end nationals with four titles.”Andrew, who turned pro five years ago at age 14, outdueled Dressel in the closing meters to touch first in 21.49.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“I’m superstoked with the time and for the entire nationals,” Andrew said. “It’s been incredible.”Andrew punched the water with his right hand and then raised both arms in the lane next to Dressel. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The Olympic silver medalist in Rio got to the wall first in 24.10, bettering the U.S. Open record of 24.13 set by Cate Campbell of Australia in May 2008. Manuel’s time also took down the 10-year-old meet record of 24.25 by Dara Torres and it was fourth-quickest in the world this year.“That’s cool,” Manuel said of the records.Olympian Abbey Weitzeil finished second in 24.63. Margo Geer was third.Geer was third in the 100 free and Weitzeil was fourth.Kathleen Baker won her third individual event, racing to victory by 1.11 seconds in the 200 individual medley.Baker led all the way and won in 2 minutes, 8.32 seconds, lowering the U.S. Open record of 2:08.66 set by Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in 2015. Her time in the four-stroke event was also the fastest in the world this year.Baker qualified to swim three individual events at Pan Pacs after setting a world record in the 100 backstroke and tying for first in the 200 back.Olympian Chase Kalisz won the men’s 200 IM in 1:55.73, fastest in the world this year.The men’s 800 free title went to Zane Grothe in 7:44.57. He broke the U.S. Open record of 7:46.78 set by Connor Jaeger in 2013. Open-water Olympian Jordan Wilimovsky was a distant second in 7:47.51.Ashley Twichell won the 1,500 free by 6.88 seconds over Ally McHugh. Twichell touched in 15:55.68, the only woman in the final to break 16 minutes. McHugh was timed in 16:02.56. MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. UAE develops jiujitsu as national sport, holds major event in Tokyo
0Shares0000Harambee Stars players celebrate Whyvonne Isuza’s goal against Burundi during the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup semi-finals at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on December 14, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluKISUMU, Kenya, Dec 14- Whyvonne Isuza’s 95th minute curling effort from inside the box saw Kenya’s Harambee Stars sail into the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup final after beating Burundi 1-0 at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu.On an afternoon that Kenya’s performance was wanting, Isuza handed Stars the last laugh, scoring five minutes into the first period of extra time off a Samuel Onyango assist. For most part of the match, Burundi was the better team creating more chances, but it was the hosts who got luckier as they keep the hunt for a fifth CECAFA crown.The Burundians boasting a strong squad including the returning Abdul Razak Fiston who had been in Angola to negotiate for a transfer started strong.In the 10th minute, Patrick Matasi was called into his first save of the tie, tipping the ball over from a curling corner taken by Shasir Nahimana.Harambee Stars winger Ovellah Ochieng strolls forward against Burundi’s Moussa Omar during a CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup tie at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on December 14, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluFour minutes later Musa Mohammed was forced into a goal-line clearance after Shabaan Hussein headed in from a Laudit Mavugo cross with keeper Matasi already beaten.Burundi continued to dominate, knocking the ball around with ease while Kenya struggled to keep possession. The usual fast movement the players have been accustomed to over their past four games was a far cry against Burundi.In the 28th minute, Shabaan had a shot fly over from distance after gliding his way smoothly past Kenyan markers on the right before shifting to a favorable shooting position.Towards the end of the half, Dennis Sikhayi made a superb tackle inside the box to deny Nahimana who had broken into the box from a Fiston ball on the left which had left Matasi for the dead.In the second half, Burundi continued to dominate and just two minutes in, centre back Moussa Omar saw his header off a Kwizera corner drop just wide at the far post.Kenya v BurundiThere were back to back chances in the 65th minute, first Matasi doing well to get behind a shot from Mavugo while on the counter launched, Ovella’s shot from the right went straight to the Burundi keeper.Stars were dealt a major blow with skipper Musa Mohammed limping off injured and in his place came Duncan Otieno who was slotted straight into defense, away from his usual preference in midfield. George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo was also substituted for Kepha Aswani.Harambee Stars striker Kepha Aswani vies for the ball against Burundi goalkeeper Jonathan Nahimana during a CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup tie at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on December 14, 2017. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluAswani had a chance five minutes to time when he met a long throw from Wesley Onguso, but the effort went over with the keeper off his line.Another injury blow was meted on Kenya with Oburu limping off injured and replaced by Onyango.Onyango proved his worth five minutes into the first period of extra time, slicing in a low cross from the left and Isuza curling in the ball from inside the box unmarked.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
From news services For a year, the American men quietly took the criticism. They weren’t any good. They’d be lucky to qualify for the Beijing Olympics. They were little better than backups to those guys who won the silver medal in Athens. How’s this for an answer: A fourth-place finish at the World Gymnastics Championships that could have been even better on Thursday in Stuttgart, Germany. If not for two falls off the high bar, the U.S. men would have been the bronze medalists. Not bad for backups. “Obviously, we showed today we have the talent,” captain David Durante said. “We’re definitely not backups. We’re definitely guys who can step out on the floor with anybody in the world. And 11 months from now, we’re going to be a team that’s going to scare other teams.” Although the Americans finished almost 10 points behind the Chinese, nobody else got close to the defending world champions. China breezed to its third straight title – and seventh in the last eight world championships – by an almost five-point margin over Japan. But with 272.275 points, the United States was only 1.25 points behind Germany. Memorabilia A rare Honus Wagner baseball card has been sold for a record $2.8 million, just over six months after it was bought for a then-record $2.35 million. Referred to as the “Mona Lisa” of baseball cards, the almost mint-condition collectible – released in 1909 by the American Tobacco Company – was sold by Brian Seigel of Las Vegas to an unidentified Southern California collector in February. SCP Auctions was a minority owner, but David Kohler, the company’s president and CEO, said that’s no longer the case. Kohler said the new owner wishes to remain a private collector for now, but might identify himself at a later date. The sale was completed last week. Basketball Kobe Bryant received a tribal headband from a Taiwanese teenager in Taipei who benefited from the NBA star’s donation of a basketball court to his mountain village. Xiao Fen told Bryant that since the Lakers guard donated the court during his first visit to Taiwan last year, his play had improved significantly. “I was only averaging about five points a game before the court was built,” the junior high student. “But now I’m scoring in double digits.” Bryant donned the headband, a gift emblematic of leadership in the tribe, one of 13 recognized aboriginal groups in Taiwan. Bryant watched a film about the court, constructed in an abandoned building. ETC.: Not long after inducting its newest class, the Basketball Hall of Fame will take a road trip. The “Hoop Hall Experience” kicks off a 30-city tour Nov. 2 in Knoxville, Tenn. and continues through December 2008, giving fans an opportunity to view basketball history without traveling to the game’s birthplace in Springfield, Mass.The tour, called HHX, was to be announced this morning at the Hall of Fame, with the induction ceremony set for later in the day. Horse racing The much-delayed return of Belmont Stakes winner Rags to Riches has one more week to go. As expected, the first filly in 102 years to capture the Belmont won’t run in Saturday’s Ruffian Handicap at Belmont Park but is set for the Gazelle Stakes a week later. The 3-year-old filly, who is 5-0 in 2007, spiked a fever and missed a workout Aug. 27, then put in a five-furlong workout last Sunday at Saratoga Race Course. Rags to Riches was back at Belmont on Wednesday. “The Gazelle makes more sense because it gives her another week of work,” trainer Todd Pletcher said in a story posted on the Web site of Bloodhorse.com. “It really wasn’t a hard decision, and I think it is fine. It was nice to have another option, and now it gives us six weeks to the Breeders’ Cup, which works.” Soccer Fenerbahce’s Edu Dracena and Sporting Lisbon’s Gladstone will replace injured defenders Alex and Alex Silva for Brazil’s upcoming exhibition games against the U.S. and Mexico. Olympics China marked the start of the one-year countdown to the Beijing Paralympics with a pledge to make the city “barrier-free.” Beijing urban planning official Cao Yuejin said a drive to remove obstacles for disabled people had been stepped up ahead of the games, which follow the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. Cycling Spanish rider Oscar Freire won the sixth stage of the Vuelta in a sprint finish in Logrono, and Vladimir Efimkin retained the overall lead. Freire finished the flat 114.5-mile leg from Reinosa to Logrono in northern Spain in 4 hours, 24 minutes, 10 seconds. The Rabobank rider edged Spain’s Koldo Fernandez of the Euskaltel team and Italy’s Angelo Furlan of Credit Agricole, both clocked with the same time. Jurisprudence An appeals court in Denver revived a lawsuit by two women who claim they were gang-raped at a University of Colorado football recruiting party, ruling there is evidence the alleged assaults were caused by the school’s failure to adequately supervise players. The ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which sends the case back to the trial court, said there is evidence the university had an official policy of showing high school recruits a “good time” and that it showed a “deliberate indifference” to any known sexual harassment. In a written statement, CU said: “The university does not have a policy that would place any of its female students at risk of assault; in fact, it has stringent policies prohibiting sexual harassment and sexual assault.” The women said they were raped at an off-campus party for football players and recruits in 2001. No one was criminally charged with sexual assault, but the lawsuit sparked a scandal over CU’s football recruiting practices that led to broad reforms and a shake-up of the university’s top leaders. ETC.: Duquesne forward Stuard Baldonado, suspended from school Wednesday after being charged with drug violations, was arrested near the campus again hours later that day on a misdemeanor drug charge. Baldonado, one of five players shot on campus a year ago this month, was initially arrested Friday and charged with criminal conspiracy involving the manufacture, delivery or possession of a controlled substance. He was indefinitely suspended from the university and the basketball team on Wednesday after school officials reviewed the situation. … A prostitute who was with former Villanova basketball star Howard Porter on the night he was beaten aided and abetted his killing, according to a criminal complaint released in Minneapolis. Porter, 58, died May 26, a week after he was found unconscious in a Minneapolis alley. Tonya Evette Johnson, 33, is charged with second-degree murder for her role in Porter’s death. She told authorities that she was walking near her St. Paul apartment when she approached Porter for a “date.” Johnson said she brought Porter to her apartment to exchange sex for money and crack cocaine when four masked men rushed in and beat him, according to the complaint. Johnson told police she knew one of the men was Rashad Arthur Raleigh, 29, who has been charged with second- degree murder. Television The Big Ten Network reached an agreement with satellite TV provider Dish Network, expanding the reach of the new channel. The number of households with the network nationwide will initially increase from about 17 million to 28.5 million. In the eight states with Big Ten schools, the number will increase from 3.5 to 6.2 million. Quotable Former welterweight champion Shane Mosley, who will fight Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto where he is loved in New York: “I love Puerto Rico and I love Puerto Ricans. But on the night of Nov. 10, I have to do what I have to do, and I will be victorious. Nothing will keep me from my goal of being the best welterweight out there for this decade.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Miralem Pjanic celebrates with his Roma team-mates 1 Miralem Pjanic has been linked with a switch to Liverpool for some time now as they consider new midfield signings.And Brendan Rodgers may well have sat up and taken notice on Tuesday morning as the Roma midfielder bagged a brilliant goal in pre-season.The 25-year-old Bosnian isn’t known for his goalscoring feats but in the Serie A side’s friendly with Manchester City he cracked home a long-range effort past Willy Caballero.The shot, which swerved and dipped, left the Argentine powerless to stop it and if the Reds were to bid £32m, they might just find Roma powerless to resist his exit.You can see the tremendous strike below…
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Marcio Valverde evoked memories of David Beckham’s amazing strike against Wimbledon in 1996 with a wonder goal last week.The Peru international netted from inside his own half to help his side Real Garcilaso claim a 5-2 victory over Cesar Vallejo in a Peruvian Primera Division match.Check out the sensational goal above.
CONGRATULATIONS to the LYIT team who won the Inter-Firms 5k title in Letterkenny on Tuesday night.They finishead ahead of Carndonagh Community School and Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana,. The ladies team title was won by HSE followed by Pramerica and the Department of Social Protection.Well done to our own Patrick Brennan who won the individual race in a blistering time of 14.34. There were six Letterkenny A.C athletes in the to ten. They were Ciaran Doherty (3rd- 15.04), Pauric McKinney (4th-15.41), Danny Mooney (5th-15.49), Ivan Toner (7th-16.17), Neil Gibbons (8th-16.20) and Gavin Crawford (10th-16.27). We had 229 athletes in the Hickey, Clarke and Langan sponsored race.Well done our own Noreen McGettigan who was the winner of the Run Donegal 5k in Glenveagh National Park on Sunday. Noreen, a native of Fanad who resides in Kilmacrennan, was first over the line in a time of 19.25. This was a fantastic win for Noreen who has been training very hard over the last few months under the guidance of Maria McCambridge and Kevin Toner. Others to feature in the top 20 for Letterkenny included Amanda McNulty, Niona Coyle, Sharon Black, Maura O’Grady and Emma McGee. Over 250 runners and walkers braved the bad weather conditions to take part in the event.There is a club committee meeting next Thursday at 8.15p.m in Aura Leisure Centre. The lotto numbers drawn last weekend were; 98, 17, 19 and 24. Martin Devlin was a match three winner. Next week’s jackpot is €650.ATHLETICS: LAC WEEKLY NOTES was last modified: May 18th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
THE TITANIC TOUR AND EXPERIENCEMore than 80,000 tickets have already been sold for the new £90 million Titanic visitor experience in Belfast and it’s well worth booking yours.The new iconic Titanic Belfast building is a six-storey complex built in the slipways where the luxurious liner was constructed a century earlier.The dramatic story of the ill-fated ship and its passengers is brought to life across nine galleries that focus on different aspects of the ship, its passengers, crew and myths and legends about the ship. There are also reconstructions of passengers’ cabins – highlighting the sumptuousness of First Class and the starkness of Third.Just don’t expect to see the replica of the liners’ famous staircase – it’s strictly for VIPs, though some special Sunday visits are planned.A ‘Shipyard Ride’ takes you through the grimness experienced by the shipyard workers while another gallery shows the final resting place of the Titanic with footage of the wreck on a massive video screen.A family ticket for Belfast Titanic is £34. It is a very child-friendly day out with lots of artefacts and interactive features as well as the Ocean Exploration Centre. Of course, the souvenir shop is where the kids will rack up the budget for the day out.Pens, pencils, note-pads, Titanic tea-bags, jam and whiskey marmalade all of which had some sketch of the great ship on their packaging.There’s no getting away from it.Some have branded it ‘Titanic tat’ but judging by the queues, it was very popular.The Bistro was reasonably priced serving soups, chowder, scones and sandwiches. A nice touch on leaving the exhibition was being presented with our Titanic tickets which really impressed the kids.If you’re still on form for more Titanic history a short walk to Titanic’s Dry Dock and Pump-House is well worth it.Entrance is £15 for a family and this is where you really get some understanding for the size of the ship.The children were really taken aback by the size of the Titanic and this came to life as they walked the length of the dry dock area. There are guided tours for this area but it’s as easy to do it yourself.MORE INFORMATION:Log onto the Titanic Experience website here http://www.titanicbelfast.com/ for more details on opening hours and how the exhibition works. There’s also a 5% discount for booking tickets online.STAYING IN BELFAST:For a great location in a friendly hotel it’s hard to beat Jurys for comfort.Located in the city centre, it’s a short drive or cab drive to the east of the city where Titanic Experience is located. It’s also a short walk to Belfast City Hall and the new Titanic Memorial Garden which opened on Sunday, the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the liner.It’s the perfect location for everything else Belfast has to offer, including city centre shopping and nightlife.With rooms from just £59, it won’t hurt the pocket either. Log onto their website for the best offers http://belfasthotels.jurysinns.com/TRAVEL: TAKING THE TITANIC TOURS was last modified: April 16th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:TRAVEL: TAKING THE TITANIC TOURS
Point guard Cedric Bozeman already was out for the season, and UCLA just learned reserve guard Janou Rubin’s knee injury would end his season. So in early January, after returning from a trip to the Oregon schools, basketball coach Ben Howland sought permission from football coach Karl Dorrell to call Marcus Everett, a freshman receiver, and invite him to joins the hoops team. “If I played basketball, I would have missed spring (football) practice,” Everett said. “I thought I had to establish myself as a football player first. I had to establish myself as a receiver on this team. I miss basketball so much, and I wish I could play, but I have to look at the big picture.” Neither team can argue with Everett’s decision. The basketball team went to the NCAA tournament for the first time in three years. On the field, Everett, now a sophomore, has developed into No. 8 UCLA’s most clutch receiver. “He thrives on pressure situations,” Dorrell said. “Like any good receiver who wants the ball in those types of situations, he’s one of those guys. He thrives on that. He’s always dreamed about being the kind of guy to make that kind of play.” Or, in Everett’s case, those kinds of plays. Look at UCLA’s last three wins – each coming from a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit – and Everett was a prominent figure. Everett, a stellar point guard in high school, wanted to play basketball but had other things on his mind, as well. The football team lost its all-time leading receiver, Craig Bragg, to graduation and needed to find a playmaker in the passing game. After consultation with his family and Dorrell, Everett shunned hoops. Against Washington, he turned a 5-yard hitch into a 39-yard gain in the closing minutes, using his quick feet and speed to juke a defender and race down the sideline to set up the Bruins’ game-winning score with 68 seconds to play. A week later, Everett displayed his soft hands and ability to make plays in traffic. His 38-yard catch between two California defenders put the Bruins in position for the game-winning score with 1:35 to play. And last week, Everett demonstrated his savvy. With his hands low so the officials could not easily see them, he gently pushed off to create separation from a Washington State defender and leaped to snare quarterback Drew Olson’s 9-yard pass for the tying touchdown with 44 seconds in regulation. The Bruins won in overtime. “I told you he’d be (a big-play guy),” UCLA offensive coordinator Tom Cable said. “I don’t care who it is. I’m just happy someone is doing it and that we have the ability on this football team to have a guy that’s done it a couple of times. Obviously, the confidence in his ability to do that is big for a quarterback.” Olson said having a receiver like Everett is a must. “He’s been making the big plays, the big catches down the stretch,” Olson said. “It’s not like I’m looking for him, but it’s great. You need it.” On the court, Everett “is a Division I basketball player,” according to Howland. Everett was one of the top point guards in the West in high school. He led Chaminade to the state tournament, and he received scholarship offers to play basketball. “But his heart is in football, and this is really his first year of getting some great experience playing all the time,” Dorrell said. “His potential is way up there. He’s just tapping into how good he’s going to be.” Everett impressed the football coaches in his first training camp, but a concussion curtailed his development. He made nine catches as a freshman, but he said he learned plenty from Bragg, Tab Perry and Junior Taylor. As a sophomore, he was pushing Taylor, now a senior, for the starting split end spot, but a separated shoulder knocked him out for nearly a month. Everett returned Sept. 17 against Oklahoma – a game in which Taylor sustained a season-ending knee injury – and quickly became one of Olson’s favorite targets. “Going back to Pop Warner and high school, there’s always been pressure on me to make big plays and help the team win,” Everett said. “That’s good pressure. I’m used to it.” Since returning, Everett is tied with tight end Marcedes Lewis for UCLA’s receiving lead. Everett has 19 catches for 241 yards and is feeling confident enough in football to trade his spring practice cleats for high-top sneakers and some gym shorts. However, Everett’s window of basketball opportunity might have closed. Dorrell said he would encourage Everett to stick exclusively to football. “As my coach (Homer Smith) used to tell me, ‘Karl, I’m always going to recruit somebody to beat you out,’ ” Dorrell said. “So that kind of kept me on my toes, and I kind of go by that philosophy as well.” And the basketball program, despite being banged up right now, has more depth than a year ago, Howland said. “It’s very difficult to come out in January for basketball after you’ve not done anything,” Howland said. “We’ve got two different press offenses, all the different plays and not knowing anything … He’s having such a good football year, and, obviously, that’s where his future is.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Stephen Kiogora of Kenya won the inaugural New Las Vegas Marathon on Sunday while Adriana Fernandez of Mexico won a sprint finish in the women’s race. Kiogora pulled away from Titus Munji of Kenya during mile 23 of the 26.2-mile race and finished in 2 hours, 11 minutes, 58 seconds for his first marathon win. He also collected $100,000. There were 10,955 runners entered in the marathon, run beneath flashy neon, glittering fireworks and the strains of Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas.” The race featured 36 running Elvises, as well as three couples who were married and 17 couples who renewed their vows at the run-through Special Memories Wedding Chapel at mile five. – Associated Press