The truth is… you can’t make every show. Lucky for us in a high-tech world, it’s becoming increasingly easier to catch all of your favorite bands’ shows – without ever having to leave the living room! Such is the case with Umphrey’s McGee, who has just announced a slew of couch tour dates for their upcoming summer tour dates.In the event that you can’t make it to the band’s shows coming up next weekend, you can watch pro-shot footage live, courtesy of TourGigs. The run from August 3rd through the 6th will all be live streamed, with a VOD option to watch any show on demand for 14 days after it airs. Now you can UM whenever you want!According to the band, these will be the only shows live streamed in August, so don’t miss out! More information can be found here.
OVER $5M in cash and trophies will be up for grabs when the Caribbean Nations Group stages its inaugural horse race meet on January 28, at the Rising Sun Turf Club.The Group, which was established in late 2017 by a number of sports enthusiasts, made the announcement on Thursday last.The one-day event is intended for locally bred horses with seven categories of horses on show.Co-founder of the group, Steven Cheefoon, anticipates a fun-filled day, adding that after the races have been completed, an after-race party is in store for the patrons.“In addition to that, we are having a day filled for the kids also; we are having a kids corner where we [will be] having trampoline, bouncy house, the play pen and everything to go along with the kids because we want a family-filled day.We also have the bleachers, when the grandstands are filled, we have the bleachers and parking will be behind the grandstand, so we don’t want anybody’s views to be obstructed when they are on the ground,” Cheefoon said.The feature race is the Corona classic, which will see the winner walking away with $1M in cash and a trophy.The races will be run under the rules and regulations of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority.Registration closes on January 23.
The Asian continental open section is a part of the next The Asian continental open section is a part of the next world championship cycle that will select five players from for the next world chess cup. In the women?s section only one place is reserved for the next women knockout world championship slated sometime during the end of the year. Important and Indian results round 3 (Indians unless specified): Le Quang Liem (Vie, 3) beat Murtas Kazhgaleyev (Kaz, 2); Wei Yi (Chn, 3) beat Jahongir Vakhidov (Uzb, 2); Ghaem Maghami Ehsan (Iri, 3) beat Vidit Santosh Gujrathi (2); Surya Shekhar Ganguly (2.5) drew with Gao Rui (Chn, 2.5); S P Sethuraman (2.5) drew with Aravindh Chithambaram (2.5); A R Saleh Salem (Uae, 2.5) drew with Temur Igonin (Uzb, 2); Wen Yang (Chn, 3) beat Firman Syah Farid (Ina, 2); Firouzja Alireza (Iri, 1.5) lost to Rustam Kasimdzhanov (Uzb, 2.5); M R Lalith Babu (2.5) beat Masoud Mosadeghpour (Iri, 1.5); Fang Yan (Chn, 2) drew with Deep Sengupta (2); B Adhiban (2) beat Baterdene Tsogbayar (Mgl, 1); Alisher Begmuratov (Uzb, 1) lost to Abhijeet Gupta (2); Awam Wahono (Ina, 2) beat Murali Karthikeyan (1); Rahul Srivatshav (1) beat Rabbim Umarov (Uzb, 0). Women: Atousa Pourkashiyan (Iri, 3) beat Gong Qianyun (Chn, 2); Guo Qi (Chn, 2) drew with Nguyen Thi Mai Hung (Vie, 2.5); Munguntuul Batkhuyag (Mgl, 1.5) lost to Hoang Thi Bao Tram (Vie, 2.5); Li Xueyi (Chn, 2.5) beat Padmini Rout (1.5); Pham Le Thao Nguyen (Vie, 2) drew with Mary Ann Gomes (2); Bhakti Kulkarni (2.5) beat Soumya Swaminathan (1.5); Khademalsharieh Sarasadat (Iri, 2) beat Vo Thi Kim Phung (Vie, 1); Dinara Saduakassova (Kaz, 2) beat Bokhara Abdusattorova (Uzb, 1); R Vaishali (1.5) drew with Batchimeg Tuvshintugs (Mgl, 1.5); B Pratyusha (2) beat Bashaer Khalil (1). PTI Cor AT ATadvertisement