LaRue County is a county located in the center of the U. S. state of Kentucky, outside the Bluegrass Region and larger centers of population. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,193, its county seat is Hodgenville, a city best known as the birthplace of United States President Abraham Lincoln. The county was formed on March 4, 1843 from portions of Hardin County and named after John LaRue, an early settler. LaRue County is included in the Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area, included in the Louisville/Jefferson County-Elizabethtown-Madison, KY-IN Combined Statistical Area. LaRue is dry county. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 264 square miles, of which 262 square miles is land and 2.1 square miles is water. Nelson County Marion County Taylor County Green County Hart County Hardin County Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site As of the census of 2000, there were 13,373 people, 5,275 households, 3,866 families residing in the county.
The population density was 51 people per square mile. There were 5,860 housing units at an average density of 22 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 94.65% White, 3.54% Black or African American, 0.19% Native American, 0.16% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.34% from other races, 1.10% from two or more races. 1.05 % of the population were Latino of any race. There were 5,275 households out of which 32.50% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 59.20% were married couples living together, 10.50% had a female householder with no husband present, 26.70% were non-families. 23.70% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.20% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.49 and the average family size was 2.94. In the county, the population was spread out with 25.00% under the age of 18, 7.70% from 18 to 24, 28.20% from 25 to 44, 24.00% from 45 to 64, 15.00% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females, there were 95.40 males.
For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 92.90 males. The median income for a household in the county was $32,056, the median income for a family was $37,786. Males had a median income of $30,907 versus $20,091 for females; the per capita income for the county was $15,865. 15.40% of the population and 12.60% of families were below the poverty line. Out of the total people living in poverty, 18.90% are under the age of 18 and 16.40% are 65 or older. Hodgenville Upton – Buffalo Magnolia Athertonville Lyons Mount Sherman Tonieville Hodgenville Pentecostal Church Hodgenville United Methodist Church Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church LaRue Baptist Church, an Independent Baptist church Victory Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Hodgenville First Baptist Church on Lincoln Blvd, Hodgenville Buffalo Baptist Church, Buffalo Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Union Christian Church Magnolia Baptist Church Roanoke House of Prayer Lane Lincoln Baptist Church Athertonville Baptist Church Oakhill Baptist Church South Fork Baptist Church Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church Levelwoods United Methodist Church Parkway Baptist Church The county sponsors the annual Lincoln Days celebration, which takes place on the first full weekend of each October.
The festival is Friday through Sunday. Highlights include the Lincoln Look-A-Like contests, rail-splitting competitions, a parade at noon on Saturday, shopping booths and concerts by local talent. Dry county Louisville-Elizabethtown-Scottsburg, KY-IN Combined Statistical Area National Register of Historic Places listings in LaRue County, Kentucky
Tsunenori Aoki is a Japanese actor and model. Aoki was born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan on October 19, 1987. After the death of his father in 2007, Aoki took up numerous part-time jobs to support his mother and sister. While working as a champagne server at a car show, he was recruited by the president of Dolce Star management. Aoki started out as a model but developed an interest in becoming an actor, he made his acting debut as Keigo Atobe in the 2nd season of the stage adaptation of the popular anime series The Prince Of Tennis. Aoki quit Dolce Star management on March 31, 2018. Aoki was arrested on forced indecent assault on April 5, 2018. On April 27th, charges were dropped. Official website Official profile at Dolce Star
The Islamic Association of China is the official national religious organization for Muslims of all ethnic groups in China. The association is overseen by the United Front Work Department of the Communist Party of China following the State Administration for Religious Affairs' absorption into the United Front Work Department in 2018. In July 1952, Muslim leaders Burhan Shahidi, Liu Geping, Saifuddin Azizi, Yang Jingren, Pu-sheng, Ma Jian, Pang Shiqian and Ma Yuhuai met in Beijing to discuss founding a Chinese Islamic association; the Islamic Association of China was established on May 11, 1953 as the first unified national Islamic organization, designed to build bridges between all Chinese Muslims. At its inaugural meeting on May 11, 1953 in Beijing, representatives from 10 nationalities of the People's Republic of China were in attendance. Since its founding, there have been eight national conferences; the Association's primary tasks are: To observe Islamic principles in the context of service To educate Muslims in religious issues for social development To train Islamic teachers To identify and organize the historic and cultural heritage of Islam, to conduct Islamic academic and cultural research and publishing books by the membership To establish and improve the management of Islam within Chinese law To guide academic work and exchange experiences To promote of Islamic associations and mosques around the country in community service and self-improvement To organize people of all nationalities to visit the Muslim holy city to Mecca to fulfill their Hajj To carry out friendly exchanges with Muslims and Islamic organizations to foster international cooperationIts stated missions and duties are: To assist the people's government in its implementation of the policy of freedom of religion To carry forward the tradition of Islam To cherish the motherland To unify Muslims in participating in the socialist construction of the motherland To develop friendly relations with Muslims in other countries To maintain world peace To collect and correct historical data about Islam Academic Department International Department Office of Hajj Research Department Editorial Department The incumbent President is Xilalunding Chen Guangyuan, the vice-president is Juma Taier.
Past presidents are: Shahidi Muhammad Ali Zhang Jie Elias Shen Hsia-hee Saliha Shi-wei The July 2009 Ürümqi riots were decried by both Chen and Taier as violating Islamic principles. Chinese Muslim Association Chinese Muslim Youth League Incorporated Trustees of the Islamic Community Fund of Hong Kong Islamic Association of Macau Official website
A catastrophic injury is a severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, or brain, may include skull or spinal fractures. This is a subset of the definition for the legal term catastrophic injury, based on the definition used by the American Medical Association; the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research in the United States classifies catastrophic injuries based on the three outcomes associated with them: fatality, those causing permanent severe functional disability, those causing severe head or neck trauma with no permanent disability. A fatal injury may be a direct result of trauma sustained during an activity, or may occur indirectly. Indirect nonfatal catastrophic injury may occur as a result of systemic failure from exertion during an activity, such as from cardiovascular conditions, heat illness, exertional hyponatremia, or dehydration, or a complication to a nonfatal injury. Indirect fatalities are caused by cardiovascular conditions, such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and coronary artery disease.
Fatal injury may reveal an unknown "underlying anatomical or physiological abnormality". Individuals with certain anatomical anomalies should not participate in some activities. For example, contact sports are contraindicated for individuals with an anomalous odontoid process, as any violent impact may result in a catastrophic injury; this is because a malformed odontoid process may lead to instability between the axis. Those with atlanto-occipital fusion should avoid contact sports. Participation in any sport or recreational activity may result in a catastrophic sports injury if unsupervised or if engaged with little or no protection. Direct fatalities in sport are rare, as most sport fatalities are indirect and associated with non-sport cardiovascular problems. In the United States, American football has the greatest incidence of catastrophic injury per population, whereas cheerleading is associated with the greatest incidence of direct catastrophic injury at both the interscholastic and intercollegiate levels.
Cervical spine trauma is most common in sports and activities involving contact and collision American football, ice hockey, skiing and diving. A 2005 report by the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research in the United States stated that sports requiring attention for potential catastrophic injuries are American football, ice hockey, wrestling and track and field; the incidence of catastrophic injury is four times higher in college than in high school in the United States. Sport accounts for between 5% and 10% of all cervical spine and spinal cord injuries in the United States, 15% in Australia; the incidence of catastrophic injury for all sports is low, less than 0.5 per 100,000 participants. A study in the province of Ontario in Canada based on epidemiological data from 1986, 1989, 1992, 1995 states that the greatest incidence of catastrophic injuries occurred in snowmobiling, ice hockey, skiing. Of the 2,154 reported catastrophic injuries, 1,756 were sustained by 368 by females.
The only activity in the study in which female casualties outnumbered males was equestrianism. The study stated that field and floor sports had a low incidence of catastrophic injury, that July had the highest incidence of injury. Drowning was the cause of 357 fatalities, there were 640 head and 433 spine injuries; the study found. Most alcohol-related injuries were sustained in snowmobiling, diving, boating excluding canoeing, riding an all-terrain vehicle, cycling. Other studies have concluded that alcohol consumption is a common risk factor "associated with all types of exposure" for traumatic brain injury; the American Academy of Pediatrics has classified sports based on the likelihood of collision and contact. It recommends against participation in boxing; those classified as contact and collision sports include basketball, diving, field hockey, ice hockey, martial arts, rugby, ski jumping, team handball, water polo, wrestling. Those classified as limited contact include baseball, cheerleading, whitewater canoeing and kayaking, floor hockey, flag football, handball, horseback riding, skating, skateboarding, softball, ultimate frisbee and windsurfing or surfing, the track and field events high jump and pole vaulting.
Sports classified as non-contact include archery, body building, flatwater canoeing and kayaking, dancing, orienteering, power lifting, race walking, rope jumping, running, scuba diving, table tennis, tennis and weight training, the track and field events discus and shot put and all track events. From 1945 to 2005, there were 497 fatalities, of which 69% were a result of brain injury and 16% from spinal cord injury. Today, the most common catastrophic injury in American football is cervical spinal cord injury, the "second leading cause of death attributable to football"; the 84% reduction in head injuries and 74% reduction in fatalities is directly attributable to the implementation of NOCSAE standards for football helmets and rule changes for tackling. Football has the highest incidence of cervical spinal cord injuries in the United States per population. From 1977 to 2001, the incidence of cervical
The World 10K Bengaluru is an annual 10 kilometres road running competition which takes place in Bangalore, India. The competition was first held in 2008 and takes place in late May; the first three editions were sponsored by Sunfeast. The race, certified by AIMS-certified and ends at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium, after looping through the roads of Bangalore; the different race categories at the event are – World 10K, Open 10K, Majja Run, Senior Citizens’ Run, the Champions with Disability event. In addition to this there is a 10 km Corporate Champions category in which companies can field a team of 3 members and compete to achieve the best aggregate time; the event is organised by Procam International, a sport and leisure management firm, responsible for the Mumbai Marathon and Delhi Half Marathon. There is a total prize pot of US$170,000 and race winners receive over $21,000 for their victories. Further significant prizes are offered to the best Indian teams; the race is directed by former British runner Hugh Jones.
A total of 23,000 runners participated in the various events. The current men's course record is held by World Half Marathon champion Geoffery Kipsang Kamworor with a time of 0:27:44. Geoffery Kamworor set this new course record in the 2014 edition bettering Zersenay Tadese time of 27:51 set in the inaugural year of the event; the 2014 edition saw a new course record in the Women’s category, set by Lucy Kabu in a time of 0:31:48. This was 10 seconds better than the previous best by Wude Ayalew set in 2010; the 5th edition of the competition offered incentives other than the prize money like Limited T-shirts which would be given away to the top 1500 finishers in the race. The 7th edition was held on 18 May 2014 with legendary Olympian Carl Lewis as its event ambassador; the 8th edition was held on 17 May 2015 with French Sprinter Marie Jose Perec as its event ambassador. The 9th edition was held on 15 May 2016 with track and field athlete Mike Powell as its event ambassador; the 10th edition was held on 2017 with Stephanie Rice as its event ambassador.
The 11th edition was held on 2018 with Mary Pierce as its event ambassador. Key: Course record Title sponsor: Tata Consultancy Services Channel partner: Star Sports Sports Goods partner: Asics Driven by: Tata Harrier Fashion partner: Jabong Timing partner: Seiko Recharge partner: Nature Valley Recovery partner: Volini Performance eye wear partner: Oakley Hydration partner: Bisleri Energy drink partner: Fast&Up Hospitality partner: ITC Windsor Medical partner: Fortis Print partner: The Times of India Radio partner: Radio Mirchi Philanthropy partner: India Cares Foundation Registration partner: Eventjini Domains and Online presence partner: GoDaddy Institution partner: HelpAge India Photo partner: Marathon Photos Institution partner: Harmony for Silvers Foundation Supported by: Phonographic Performance Limited, Intellectual property Under the aegis of: Athletics Federation of India Certified by: AIMS Official website
James A. Johnson was an American football and baseball player and college athletics administrator, he was tapped to reintroduce men's sports to East Carolina after World War II. He was the seventh head coach of the football and baseball teams at East Carolina Teachers College, he was the athletic director for all sports teams. Before coaching, Johnson was a 16 letter winning athlete between 1933 and 1937. Johnson was inducted in 1978 into the ECU Hall of Fame. In October 1977, William & Mary met favored East Carolina University in the Oyster Bowl. In the fourth quarter ECU led by three points. During the game's final seconds, William & Mary quarterback Tom Rozantz broke loose and ran for the end zone. Jim Johnson, described by The Virginian Pilot as "a portly 65-year-old gentleman in a raincoat", ran from the sidelines and threw a block tackle on Rozantz before he could score the winning touchdown; the unusual turn of events silenced the screaming William & Mary fans, the officials gathered to discuss their course of action.
After deliberation, the play was ruled a touchdown