Nationwide practice, live from indy, 10:30-11:30 a.m. ET

first_imgFollow Nationwide practice, live from Indy, 8:30 a.m. ET on July 26 READ MORE: READ: Complete coverage from Eldora READ: Memorable moments of the first halfcenter_img READ: Complete coverage from Indianapolis READ: Paint Scheme Preview: Indianapolis, Eldoralast_img

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Developer unveils new Sunshine Coast project after two earlier ventures sold out

first_imgDrift by Mosaic – An artists impression showing the bedroom.A developer has unveiled their third boutique apartment project on the Sunshine Coast after its two debut ventures sold out at Caloundra.Mosaic Property Group will construct its $52 million Drift at Coolum Beach, as building on its two earlier developments, Cyan and Solis, both at Kings Beach, continues.Drift by Mosaic will comprise 56 luxurious one, two and three-bedroom apartments, sub-penthouses and penthouses across four levels, and will be the developer’s biggest Sunshine Coast project to date. Drift by Mosaic – An artists impression showing the living space Drift by Mosaic – An artists impression showing the pool area Drift by MosaicFloor plans range from 91sq m to 355sq m.Mosaic Property Group managing director Brook Monahan said Coolum was the ideal location for the company’s next project. “It’s a surfing and golfing mecca, with pristine beaches for year-round swimming, coastal walking trails for whale watching and turtle spotting and community sporting clubs offering an abundance of outdoor activities,” Mr Monahan said. “Coolum is unique because it has managed to remain ‘under the radar’ and avoid the hustle and bustle that you see in other parts of the Sunshine Coast.“This laid-back character has made Coolum a coveted location for people wanting the best of beachside living and that’s what we plan to deliver with Drift by Mosaic.”Drift will be built at 1722 Coolum Esplanade, with each apartment featuring a gourmet kitchen, spacious bathrooms and free-flowing open-plan interiors. Classic neutral styling will blend with contemporary design. High ceilings and large windows will promote natural light and ventilation while enhancing the feeling of space, with each apartment positioned to take advantage of the stunning beachfront location.Mr Monahan said Drift would pay homage to Coolum’s relaxed and low-key charm.Each apartment will boast a gourmet kitchen with designer appliances, luxurious bathrooms and generously-sized rooms.Construction is scheduled to start in February 2018 with completion by May 2019. Drift by Mosaic – An artists impression showing the penthouse living and outdoor spaces.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agolast_img read more

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`Mole’ DeNobrega wins feature Malta Supreme 35-lap cycle race
first_imgTEAM Evolution’s Paul `mole’ DeNobrega returned one hour 19 minutes 44 seconds to win the feature 35-lap race of the Banks DIH Limited sponsored Malta Supreme 11-race cycle programme which was staged in the National Park yesterday.The event which took place on the inner circuit of the National Park and which was organized by cycling coach Hassan Mohamed, saw DeNobrega in company with Andrew Hicks, Jamal John, Kemuel Moses and Christopher Griffith, breaking from the other starters and opening a commanding lead. In the process, Hicks picked up the first two of eight prime prizes.The peloton was working feverishly to make a connection with the leaders and it was not until after nine laps were completed that that connection was made.From then on, the lead kept interchanging but Hicks stole the march on the leading bunch and led for three consecutive laps before being joined by John and Moses and subsequently, DeNobrega joined them and they worked together. However, Moses was dropped.With approximately 125 metres remaining for the finish, John jumped the leaders from midfield but DeNobrega responded and put his wheel in front to win from John, Hicks, Alonzo Ambrose, Marcus Keiler and Moses respectively.Ambrose won three prime prizes, John two and Keilier one.In other results, Nigel Dugid won the 10-lap race for juveniles, ahead of Adealie Hodge and Curtis Dey respectively. Dugid’s time for the event was 25 minutes 41.40 seconds.Warren Mckay won the five-lap race for veterans under 50 years of age, ahead of Leer Nunes and Ian Jackson respectively, while Kennard Lovell was the winner of the five-lap race for veterans.Jonathan Ramsuchit won the three-lap race for boys 12-14 years of age.The five-lap race for mountain bikers was won by Nigel Jacobs, while Akran Singh placed second.The BMX boys’ 6-9 years two-lap event was won by Tarad Barrington.last_img
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Chelsea cannot afford to lose, admits boss

first_imgInterim Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo has admitted that a defeat against Tottenham would be a hammer blow to his team’s chances of securing a top-four finish.Spurs have dropped to fourth and the Blues are hoping to capitalise on their London rivals’ recent wobble by beating them at Stamford Bridge.A loss, however, would hand the initiative back to Harry Redknapp’s side and increase the chances of Chelsea missing out on next season’s Champions League.AdChoices广告Di Matteo said: “Obviously, a win would give us a big, big lift. Also if we manage a draw, I think we’re still in it. If we lose, then I think it will be very difficult.“Mathematically it would still be possible so we will fight until the end but we are looking to have a good game.”Skipper John Terry has been passed fit to return following injury, but fellow defender Branislav Ivanovic is a doubt after picking up a thigh problem against Manchester City in midweek.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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