Kogel Bearings is known for high quality ceramic bearings for wheels, derailleur pulleys, and bottom brackets. They recently introduced an expansion of their bottom bracket line, with a full suite of SRAM DUB-compatible options. All of the new choices are designed to fit any crank and frame without adapters and carry a “2-year, very-few-questions-asked warranty”.Kogel Bearings DUB Ceramic Bottom BracketsWe don’t know if it was planned or not, but Kogel announced these bottom brackets on the same day as SRAM’s introduction of the new 12-speed AXS road components. If you’re not familiar with the SRAM DUB standard, it’s designed to be a backwards-compatible, frame-friendly design that combines the benefits of a large-diameter aluminum spindle with the bearing durability of 24mm steel spindle setups.Here are the Cliff’s Notes: the 30mm spindles used on BB30, PF30, and similar standards are so large that the bearings and seals must be downsized in BB certain applications – due to constraints of the outer bearing race diameter. DUB solves this by reducing the spindle size to 28.99mm, giving a bit more breathing room for larger ball bearings and better seals. While originally introduced as a mountain-specific standard, it has now officially expanded into road and gravel.Kogel already offered the four mountain bike DUB standards, but just added the road-focused Italian threaded, 386EVO, BSA, and BBRight. That brings the full compatibility list to the following:PF30BB30English threaded (BSA, BSC, ISO)Italian threadedBB86BB92BBRightBB386EVOAll of the Kogel DUB-compatible ceramic bottom brackets have two seal options – standard “Road” and a heavier-duty “Cross” version. Regardless of the option you pick, they retail for $200 and are available now at the link below.Kogel.cc
However, Nadal’s hugely impressive reaction after dropping the second set was that of a player still somehow operating at the peak of his incredible physical powers.Cilic faded rapidly following a supreme third set from Nadal, who secured a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 triumph in two hours, 48 minutes, booking a quarterfinal with Diego Schwartzman. Related News U.S. Open 2019: Serena Williams calms fear over ankle injury Nadal began a run of three successive breaks in the fourth game, the key blow coming two games later as a superb flicked forehand gave him the initiative once more after Cilic had struck back.Cilic fired wide on the return to give the Spaniard the opening set, but the Croatian was a different animal in the second, pairing his unwavering ambition with accurate groundstrokes and deftness at the net.He broke for a 3-1 lead as Nadal looped a mishit backhand long, an error that proved enough for Cilic to become the first player to take a set off the 18-time grand slam champion in the tournament.Cilic’s squaring of the match only served to fuel Nadal, however, and the world number two broke in the fourth game of the third in astonishing fashion.It just keeps getting better @RafaelNadal | #USOpen pic.twitter.com/HTSTR9XwsA— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 3, 2019Nadal twice attempted to lob Cilic and, after the Croatian met the second with a desperate smash, unleashed a cross-court backhand to bring up three break points, with the 2014 champion double-faulting on the first. U.S. Open 2019: Novak Djokovic in ‘constant pain’ for weeks with shoulder issue Rafael Nadal recovered from a second-set blip to progress to the quarter-finals of the U.S. Open in style with victory over Marin Cilic.Nadal needed to play just two matches to reach the fourth round and won each of them in straight sets, with Cilic presenting his first real challenge of the tournament. U.S. Open 2019: Naomi Osaka, defending champ and world No. 1, bounced by Belinda Bencic Another double fault gave Nadal a chance for the double break, which he took emphatically with a scintillating forehand down the line that had him jumping for joy in celebration.The set was secured as Cilic went long on a return and it was clear the end was nigh when he sent down another double fault in the opening game of the fourth.Cilic was eventually able to stem a run of nine successive Nadal games to avoid a bagel, but he was powerless to stop the three-time U.S. Open winner taking another step towards a prospective final with Roger Federer, providing one final flourish with a glorious forehand around the net post in the decisive game.
By RUSSELL BENNETT SOMETIMES footy is about more than just wins and losses. It’s often about mateship, togetherness and even…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
Conor Hayes was speaking to John earlier and he gave me a rundown of who will be playing tomorrow night.Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/CONOR%20HAYES%20.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The All-Ireland winning Galway Senior and Minor Hurling teams will be in action tomorrow evening in Kenny Park when they take part in a charity fun game with all proceeds going to the Tony Keady Family Fund. The Game will throw in at 6.30 with possibly a few of the legendary 87 and 88 teams togging too! Admission at the gate is €10 with under 16’s free. The game starts at 6:30 and Galway GAA Sponsors Supermacs have organised a meet the players’ event after the game so there will be a chance to get autographs and have a few selfies taken with the players afterwards.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Con O’Callaghan Sweeps Up Young Sportstar of the Year Award & Team of the Year Award Alongside Dublin Teammates The eagerly anticipated and hotly contested Irish Independent Sportstar Awards 2017, in association with The Croke Park Hotel, took place Wednesday evening in the majestic Croke Park Stadium. The star-studded ceremony was attended by over 300 guests including many of the country’s most decorated sports stars as they celebrated another spectacular year for Irish sport, as narrated by the Irish Independent.Irish Racehorse Trainer Aidan O’Brien was the big winner on the night deservedly taking home the title of Sportstar of the Year after his world record breaking season on the track. Cuala and Dublin dual star Con O’Callaghan was named Young Sportstar of the Year, and the 21-year-old also picked up the accolade for Team of the Year alongside his Dublin Senior Men’s Football Panel teammates. The Team of the Year, a new addition to the awards shortlist, is voted for by the Irish public as are all of the awards, with the exception of the Hall of Fame.Irish sporting icon Sonia O’Sullivan was inducted into the illustrious Irish Independent Hall of Fame and, in second of two new awards this year, Galway hurler Joe Canning received the award for Magic Sports Moment for his part in the Tribesmen’s victory over Tipperary in the All-Ireland Semi Final.David Courtney, Head of Sport Content, Independent News & Media said: “We in the Irish Independent are honoured to celebrate yet another enthralling year for Irish sport. This is the 29th edition of the Irish Independent Sportstar Awards and an evening we look forward to each and every year. In Ireland, sport plays a huge part in our culture. It unites us. The passion, the energy, the emotion binds us as a nation, as a community. It is our privilege to support Ireland’s athletes across all sporting disciplines and from achievements at local level through to the world stage. But these awards would not be possible without our loyal readers and for that we are very grateful.”He continued: “The Irish Independent sports desk continuously seeks to deliver the best quality sports reporting to our readers. 2017 was another exceptional year for Irish sport and Irish athletes across the board and we have relished being in a position to showcase their achievements through our multiple platforms. As we celebrate the successes we also look forward to the future and the journey we will continue on together.”As well as the award winners, many recognisable faces and sporting heroes were in attendance at the gala event in Croke Park. Three-time Olympian Eamonn Coghlan was amongst the numerous athletics representatives including Catherina McKiernan. The most decorated GAA player in history Rena Buckely was joined by LGFA Player of the year Noelle Healy as well as other from both ladies football and camogie. Celebrating with him, Joe Canning’s teammate Conor Whelan relived their All-Ireland success whilst the same could be said for Dublin Senior Football Manager Jim Gavin as he watched his team take to the stage. Hockey’s World Goalkeeper of the Year David Harte mingled with young rising stars such as swimmer and one to watch for 2018 Mona McSharry. While former Irish football manager Brian Kerr, Dr. Ronnie Delany and the legendary voice of GAA Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh were also in attendance. IRISH INDEPENDENT SPORTSTAR OF THE YEAR 2017Aidan O’BrienIRISH INDEPENDENT YOUNG SPORTSTAR OF THE YEAR 2017Con O’CallaghanIRISH INDEPENDENT HALL OF FAME 2017Sonia O’SullivanIRISH INDEPENDENT MAGIC SPORTS MOMENT 2017Joe CanningIRISH INDEPENDENT TEAM OF THE YEAR 2017Dublin Senior Men’s Football TeamJoe Canning winner of the Irish Independent Magic Sports Moment 2017 award pictured at the star-studded 29th Irish Independent Sportstar Awards hosted in Croke Park Stadium in association with The Croke Park Hotel. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfileprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Aidan O’Brien Named Irish Independent Sportstar of the Year 20th December 2017; Joe Canning winner of the Irish Independent Magic Sports Moment 2017 award pictured at the star-studded 29th Irish Independent Sportstar Awards hosted in Croke Park Stadium in association with The Croke Park Hotel. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile
FORM GUIDEGALWAY UNITEDGalway United 0-1 Drogheda UnitedLongford Town 3-2 Galway UnitedCobh Ramblers 0-0 Galway UnitedGalway United 1-2 Finn HarpsWexford FC 0-0 Galway UnitedSHELBOURNECobh Ramblers 0-3 ShelbourneShelbourne 4-1 Wexford FCShelbourne 1-1 Drogheda UnitedAthlone Town 0-5 ShelbourneShelbourne 0-0 CabinteelyLAST MEETINGApril 20th, 2018 | Shelbourne 2-0 Galway UnitedShelbourne goalscorers: Alan Byrne and David O’Sullivanprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email TEAM NEWSAlex Byrne is suspended for an accumulation of yellow cards.Alan Murphy (broken rib) and Maurice Nugent (ankle) are ruled out.Aaron Conway (knee) is a doubt.Danny Furlong, Robbie Williams and Tadhg Ryan have taken part in training throughout the week and are expected to be available for the Shelbourne game after missing a number of games through injury before the mid-season break.Gary Kinneen and Harrison Reeves have left the club.MATCH OFFICIALSReferee: Damien MacGraith (Mayo)Assistant: Rafal PieperAssistant: Darren CorcoranFourth Official: Marc LynchGALWAY UNITED GOALSCORERSDanny Furlong – 7Eoin McCormack – 5Conor Barry – 5Alan Murphy – 2Marc Ludden – 2Ronan Manning – 1Carlton Ubaezuonu – 1Stephen Kenny – 1Ryan Connolly – 1Robbie Williams – 1Stephen Walsh – 1 “They’ve gone away on their break and they’ve come back recharged.“We had a meeting on Monday morning, going through everything that has happened since they’ve been gone.“We got onto the training pitch and everyone has been at it. The response from the players has been very good and they’re giving me everything.”Results over the last few weeks has seen United drop out of the Play-off spots and O’Connor acknowledges that things need to change quickly, with just 10 league games remaining.“It hasn’t been good enough, everyone knows it, and there is blame on all sides. What I’m looking for on Friday night is 100% effort with and without the ball from the players.“I want us to be at it, right from the start and to try and give our supporters a performance that shows that the players do care, because they’re getting a bit of flak at the moment.“The lads are looking forward to the game and they want to go out and show how good they are.” Galway United return to league action following the mid-season break on Friday night when the Tribesmen host Shelbourne on Corribside. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.Shane Keegan departed as first team manager after United’s 0-0 draw against Wexford FC before the break.Assistant manager Gary O’Connor has taken training in the lead up to the Shelbourne game.Just ten league games remain in the First Division and O’Connor has targeted a much improved performance at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.GARY O’CONNOR RELISHING “BIG” SHELBOURNE GAME“It’s a big game. The boys are up for it,” O’Connor told www.galwayunitedfc.ie.
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Listen back to Ollie Turner and guests from The Claddagh Ring in Hendon ahead of Galway v London in the Connacht Championship.