GLENDALE, AZ – DECEMBER 31: C.J. Fuller #27 of the Clemson Tigers hauls in a touchdown pass over C.J. Saunders #17 of the Ohio State Buckeyes during the second quarter of the 2016 PlayStation Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium on December 31, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Wednesday, former Clemson running back C.J. Fuller, who was a key part of the team’s national championship squad in 2016, passed away unexpectedly. Details surrounding his death have been hard to come by.Thursday, in an interview with The Greenville News, Fuller’s aunt Zola Fuller provided a bit of information regarding her nephew’s death. She says he was doing physical therapy for his knee when he started to experience chest pains.Fuller also said the former Clemson running back had been experiencing chest pains earlier in the day. She says the family thinks his death had something to do with a blood clot.Here’s more:“He had been having some chest pains before that day, but they got worse fast,” she said she was told by her siblings at the hospital with Fuller. “He was conscious at one point, but when he got to the hospital, his speech was slurred. Before we knew it, he was gone.“We think it had something to do with a blood clot, but you just don’t expect someone his age to be gone so fast.”Fuller transferred from the school for his final year of eligibility, but he got his degree in August.Fuller played three seasons at Clemson. His best year was 2017, in which he gained 217 yards on 58 carries with three touchdowns. In his team’s College Football Playoff semifinal win over Ohio State in 2016, he scored an integral touchdown.Fuller’s official cause of death won’t be revealed until his autopsy is complete in a few weeks.
One year from today, Nov. 9, Halifax will learn the outcome of its competition with Glasgow, Scotland and Abuja, Nigeria to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Halifax 2014 CEO Scott Logan said that with twelve months to go, the bid staff and its government partners are staying focused on preparing a winning bid. “We’re focused on delivering a Games that will emphasize sport development in Canada and the Commonwealth,” said Mr. Logan. “As we assemble our bid, we’ve been listening carefully to the information we receive from all of the Commonwealth Games Associations, international sport federations and organizations as well as local and national sport organizations and athletes.” “Nova Scotia is primed and ready to host a sporting event the size and importance of the 2014 Commonwealth Games,” said Nova Scotia Premier Rodney MacDonald. “Never before have so many positive factors combined to make this our perfect time: our economy is strong, our population is motivated, our government partners are working together, and our culture is becoming more active and healthy.” “Canada’s government fully supports Halifax and the province of Nova Scotia in their bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The government will be announcing its support for these games in the near future,” said Michael Chong, president of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, and Minister for Sport. “These prestigious games will not only benefit Halifax, but all of Atlantic Canada. We look forward to working with the 2014 Halifax Bid Society to ensure a successful bid.” Halifax Regional Municipality Mayor Peter Kelly believes the Games will provide the province with many additional benefits. “Hosting the Commonwealth Games is a tremendous opportunity to construct new sport facilities and upgrade existing ones, while providing future generations with access to world-class facilities and new programs,” said Mr. Kelly. “The benefits of hosting the Games reach far beyond sporting events and venues, including improvements to roads and public transit, accelerated development of the new high-speed ferry service, and upgrades to many existing sport and non-sport facilities throughout the municipality.” For a complete list of Halifax 2014 milestones, see the Halifax 2014 website at www.2014halifax.com . The Commonwealth Games are an international sport and cultural event held every four years in which athletes from 71 Commonwealth nations and territories compete. In December 2005, Halifax won the right to be Canada’s candidate city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. In competition with Glasgow, Scotland, and Abuja, Nigeria, the Halifax 2014 bid committee is now focused on developing and winning the international bid, which will be awarded by the Commonwealth Games Federation on Nov. 9, 2007, in Sri Lanka.
Rabat – The Casablanca Stock Exchange will continue its upward trend in May 2017, according to the analysts of Crédit du Maroc Capital (CDMC).This growth is mainly due to the improvement of national macroeconomic indicators and the continued decrease of Treasury bills (BDT), said the stock market company in its monthly balance sheet for April 2017.After spending the first quarter of 2017 in the red, the Casablanca Stock Exchange managed to pull itself together to finish the fourth month of the year in progression, something that, according to the CDMC, will renew investors’ hopes after several weeks of sluggishness, reports the MAP. Under these conditions, the MASI Index showed a 2.27 percent growth to 11,379.71 points and of 2.44 percent to 9,264.29 points for the MADEX Index. This growth comes after the culmination of negotiations for the formation of the government under the aegis of the Saad Eddine El Othmani, the same source added. The publication also mentions the prospect of a record cereal production for the 2016-2017 crop year of 102 million quintals, an increase of 203 percent compared to the previous season, in addition to the stable outlook of Standard & Poor’s with the renewal of the debt rating long-term bond to BBB-. The short-term rating remains fixed at A-3.The analysts of the CDMC also highlighted the progress of the Generation Cash Plan (PGC) of the Addoha Group. They underlined the real estate group’s achievement of its objectives, in particular the net deleveraging of MAD 360 million from MAD 3.50 billion, registering a gearing of 32 percent compared to 45 percent at the end of 2014. Quarterly real estate realizations also showed the disposal of a stock of 1,643 units of finished products, a gain of MAD 1.81 billion, and the disbursement of MAD 43 million for the purchase of land on the Casa-Rabat axis for an annual envelope of MAD 300 million. Other highlights of the month were the release of the Crédit du Maroc Group’s results at the end of March 2017, showing a net banking income of MAD 548.8 million with a 1 percent growth from last year, a risk cost down by 33.8 percent and a group net income increasing by 54.4 percent to MAD 104 million.The CDMC also notes that the recovery in Casablanca Stock Exchange last April stems in particular from the gains made by virtually all large cap stocks, with Addoha leading the stocks with a 10 percent growth, followed by Cosumar with 8.33 percent, BCP with 4.46 percent, Marsa Maroc with 2.41 percent and lastly Attijariwafa bank with a 2.25 percent increase, reports MAP. These five values ??alone contributed by 1.45 percent to the rise of the MASI Index during the past month. The overall market valuation stood at MAD 586.6 billion, showing a net rebound of 2.10 percent with an increase of more than MAD 12 billion compared to March 2017.
InfiNet Wireless, the global manufacturer of carrier-grade broadband wireless solutions, has successfully deployed a high-performance wireless infrastructure for Shubarkol Komir JSC, the largest coal producer in Kazakhstan and part of Eurasian Group (ERG). This new network effectively represents a major upgrade to the IT infrastructure and the mission-critical video-surveillance platform previously used by this energy company.The project, implemented in conjunction with InfiNet’s regional partner Informsvyaz Kazakhstan LLP (Almaty), consisted of InfiNet various wireless solutions deployed to successfully provide connectivity between 35 distant facilities which cover an area of more than 75 km2 within the territory of the Centralny and Zapadny open-pit coal mines.InfiNet’s record-breaking Point-to-Point solution, the InfiLINK 2×2, provided data transfer rates of up to 70 Mbps, as well as rates of up to 35 Mbps for Point-to-Multipoint subscriber units from the InfiMAN 2×2 portfolio, with significant room to deliver even higher capacities well into the future using the same platform. All the wireless units deployed are guaranteed to remain fully operational even during exteme temperature ranges between -55 and +60°C. “The added challenge of high levels of humidity and the presence of solid dust particles that are commonly found in the air at open-pit coal mines has been is eliminated thanks to InfiNet’s robust units and the use of a IP66-rated cameras for the CCTV element. Resistance to extreme environmental factors was crucial in the selection of InfiNet as the preferred technlogical partner for this project.”The current applications deployed by Shubarkol Komir are VoIP services, reliable internet access, a corporate information network as well as a robust and secure CCTV for monitoring field industrial facilities, thus protecting the company’s valuable assets even when deployed in remote locations.“Mining companies rely heavily on good technological platforms to ensure flawless operation and high productivity in all their sites, wherever they are located. We are always ready to implement the most complex of solutions in order to enable connectivity for hard-to-access areas and where deployment of a fibre-optic solution is too costly or simple not technically feasible. Deploying a wireless access network, with the added benefit of including a brand new video surveillance system for all our quarries, has allowed us to significantly increase the amount of data, and its reliability gathered from all our extraction sites. This has improved our productivity and our business processes,” said Аrgyn Agzamov, Deputy CIO at EurasiaTeleCom LLP (also part of ERG).Shubarkol Komir JSC is one of Kazakhstan’s largest thermal coal producers. Established in 1983, the company produces over 9 Mt of coal per year covering around 25% of fuel needs of Kazakhstan in the domestic sector. The entity operates two open pit coal mines: Centralny and Zapadny, as well as stone pits. It also performs coal conversion, services access roads, manages rail transportation and produces and sells water.