Although her time with Wisconsin athletics is coming to a close, Ilana Friedman, a member of the women’s hockey team, has done her part to leave her mark with hard work off the ice over the last year.With Friedman’s work and cooperation from the Athletic Department, UW joined the “You Can Play” movement that hundreds of other college athletic departments, high schools, professional sports teams and other sports organizations already supporting the project.“As an out member of the LGBT community, the ‘You Can Play’ project is the perfect fit for UW Athletics,” Friedman said at a press conference Monday. “The support and reception from my teammates, fellow Badger athletes, staff from inside the Athletic Department and the larger Madison community in response to YCP has been overwhelmingly positive and shows how progressive and outstanding the Wisconsin Badger community truly is.”The central goal for the ‘You Can Play’ project is to ensure equality, respect and safety for all athletes regardless of sexual orientation. The program is also focused on working to provide all athletes a fair chance to be judged by other athletes and fans based only on their contributions to the team.To demonstrate its support for the movement, the department produced a video for the Wisconsin YouTube channel focused on the message, “If you can play, you can play.”
Guyanese up-and-coming umpire Nigel Duguid is amongst nine umpires from around the Caribbean and other parts of the world who will be tasked with officiating the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2018.Guyanese umpire Nigel Duguid (right) steps onto the Providence Ground for a Guyana Amazon Warriors match last yearThe nine umpires will have an alternate colleague and will be grouped in order to oversee 34 matches, spanning six Caribbean countries and Lauderhill, USA.Duguid, who had his T20 debut back in February 2014 umpiring a match-up between West Indies and Ireland, has been grouped with three other umpires who will officiate matches in Guyana, St Lucia and St Kitts from August 9 to September 9. Those umpires are Gregory Brathwaite (Barbados); Langton Rusere (Zimbabwe) and Denavon Hayles (Jamaica).On the other hand, five umpires will oversee a larger portion of the matches, which are being hosted in Trinidad, Jamaica; Lauderhill and Barbados from August 8 to September 7. These officials are Joel Wilson (Trinidad); Patrick Gustard (Jamaica); Leslie Reifer Jr (Barbados); and Shaun George and Dev Govindjee (South Africa).Additionally, the Hero CPL has also provided an opportunity for three USA umpires to officiate at the games in that country.In those games, local umpires Jermaine Lindo and Sameer Bandekar will be on-field officials with Vijaya Mellela acting as fourth umpire during the match on August 22.In the position of alternate umpire is Zahid Bassarath from Trinidad, who will also fulfil the role of fourth umpire in several of the matches.The 2018 Hero CPL is set to begin on August 8 and end on September 16 with both starting and ending games being played in Trinidad.
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He is “currently unaware of any workarounds.”MORE: Best Free Windows Antivirus SoftwareA Microsoft spokesperson told The Register that the company will “proactively update impacted devices as soon as possible.” The next scheduled Microsoft round of patches comes out on Sept. 11, so we will likely have to wait until then.This isn’t the first time researchers have uncovered such a vulnerability in Windows systems. Just a few weeks ago, a group of Israeli security experts at the Black Hat security conference revealed an elevation-of-privilege vulnerability resulting from Cortana’s data retrieval process. Recent updates patched this flaw.And in June, the company released an update to Windows 365 to patch a similar bug in Microsoft Outlook.While unpatched vulnerabilities can be scary, remember that no one has actually exploited this flaw yet. 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