first_imgThe nice rackets of the male and feminine circuit return to exercise this week. In the Open River Dominic Thiem will play in a event in which there will probably be as much as eight Spaniards in the last section. In Marseille you will note the excellent snowshoes reminiscent of Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas and Delary Seaside Kyrgios and Raonic depart as favorites. In the WTA circuit, Dubai Responsibility Free marks the week with the presence of Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova, Elina Svitolina, Sofia Kenin or Garbiñe Muguruza amongst different gamers.Dubai Responsibility Free Tennis Championships (February 17-22): Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova or Elina Svitolina are some of the nice rackets to comply with in the Arab Emirates event, the place Belinda Bencic, Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin and Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza may also compete, which will probably be measured by Kim Clijsters on his return to the slopes. Open River (February 17-23): The Austrian Dominic Thiem begins as a fantastic favourite to raise the title in a event the place Dusan Lajovic, Guido Pella, Borna Coric, Christian Garín or Casper Ruud may also be there. Broad Spanish illustration in the Carioca event with the presence of Albert Ramos, Fernando Verdasco, Jaume Munar, Pedro Martínez, Pablo Andújar, Carlos Alcaraz, Roberto Carballés and Alejandro Davidovich.Open 13 Provence (Marseille, February 17-23): The Russian Daniil Medvedev and the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, champion in 2019, will probably be the important rackets to comply with in the Marseille event, the place additionally excellent rackets will compete like David Goffin, Denis Shapovalov, Karen Khachanov, Benoit Paire, Felix Auger-Aliassime or Hubert Hurkacz ,Delray Seaside Open (February 17-23): Nick Kyrgios and Milos Raonic will probably be the big stars of the Florida event, the place Taylor Fritz, Reilly Opelka, John Millman, Ugo Humbert, Adrian Mannarino and Radu Albot, winner in 2019 may also compete.last_img read more

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first_imgHelping others spanning 30 years within Vancouver Public Schools as a teacher, coach and administrator is why Mick Hoffman is eager to take on his next challenge statewide. “It really gives me a chance to expand what we’ve done in Vancouver on a larger scale,” he said, “and to have an even bigger impact. At the end of the day, when we’re all done with what we do, all you can hope for is that people appreciate what you did for them even if they don’t know you did it.“I’d love to have that opportunity to help create programs and environments to allow others to do the same thing.”Hoffman, currently VPS’ assistant superintendent and chief operations officer, is taking a piece of Southwest Washington with him when he departs this summer to become the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s new executive director. The association made the announcement Monday at its Winter Coalition meeting in Renton. Hoffman’s entire educational tenure has been with Vancouver Public Schools, starting in 1989 as an assistant basketball coach at Hudson’s Bay. He also taught and coached basketball and golf at Fort Vancouver before moving to administration in 2001 . He moved onto the district level in 2008. He’s held his current role of assistant superintendent and chief operations officer since 2016.last_img read more

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