A leg break is a type of delivery in the sport of cricket. It is a delivery of a right-handed leg spin bowler. A leg break is bowled by holding the cricket ball in the palm of the hand with the seam running across under all the fingers; as the ball is released, the wrist is rotated to the left and the ball flicked by the ring finger, giving the ball an anti-clockwise spin as seen from behind. When the ball bounces on the pitch, the spin causes it to deviate towards the left from the bowler's perspective; the ball spins away from the leg side, this is where it gets the name leg break, meaning it breaks away from the leg. The turn is when the ball pitches. A leg spin bowler will bowl leg breaks, varying them by adjusting the line and length, amount of side spin versus topspin of the deliveries. Leg breaks are considered to be one of the more difficult spin deliveries for a right-handed batsman to play because the ball moves away from their body; this means that any miscalculation can result in an outside edge off the bat and a catch going to the wicket-keeper or slip fielders.
Alternatively, for a ball aimed outside the leg stump, the breaking may be so sharp that the ball goes behind a right-handed batsman and hits the stumps – the batsman is said to be "bowled around his legs". The animation on this page illustrates such a delivery. A left-handed batsman has less difficulty facing leg spin bowling, because the ball moves in towards the batsman's body, meaning the batsman's legs are in the path of the ball if it misses the bat or takes an edge; this makes it difficult for the bowler to get the batsman out caught from a leg break. A ball bowled by a left-arm unorthodox spin bowler with a leg break action spins in the opposite direction, i.e. from left to right as the bowler sees it. Such a ball is not called a leg break but a left-arm unorthodox spinner or "Chinaman". Ball of the Century Flipper Googly Off break Topspinner
Sheikh Sulaiman bin Abdulaziz Al Rajhi is a Saudi Arabian corporate figure and billionaire. As of 2011, his wealth was estimated by Forbes to be $7.7 billion, making him the 120th richest person in the world. He received the 2012 King Faisal International Prize for dedicating half his fortune to charity, starting an Islamic bank, supporting charity work and implementing effective national projects. Sulaiman Al Rajhi was born in Al Bukairiyah, located in Al Qassim province in Saudi Arabia, grew up in the Najd desert where he and his brother Saleh began their business by charging money for pilgrims taking camel caravans across the desert to the cities of Mecca and Medina. Sulaiman Abdulaziz Al Rajhi holds the largest individual stake in his family's Al Rajhi Bank, which has reported the most profitable operations amongst all of Saudi Arabia's banking groups. A co-founder of the bank, with the older brother, Saleh, he is the chairman of what is nationally recognized as the Tadawul's most venerable institution.
The Al Rajhi brothers’ business growth and expansion was fed by the flood of migrant workers to Saudi Arabia during the 1970s oil boom. The Al Rajhis helped them send their earnings home to places like Pakistan. In 1983, the brothers won permission to open Saudi Arabia’s first Islamic bank, one that would observe religious tenets such as a ban on interest; the Al Rajhi family continues to be Al Rajhi Bank's majority shareholders though Sulaiman and his brothers have diversified family investments into gypsum, agriculture and other industrial sectors. His higher educational degree was elementary degree, he has at least 23 children. The Al Rajhi family is considered, by most in Saudi Arabia, as the country's wealthiest non-royals, among the world's leading philanthropists, he established the Sulaiman Al Rajhi University in a non profit university. The university's main focus contains other faculties as well. In May 2011, he announced. Saleh Abdulaziz Al Rajhi Sulaiman Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi Profile: Sulaiman Abdul Aziz al-Rajhi Saleh Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi Sulaiman Al Rajhi University
Erzurum GSIM Ice Arena, is an indoor ice hockey arena located at Yakutiye district of Erzurum, eastern Turkey. It was opened in 2009; the arena complex, owned by the Youth and Sport Directorate of Erzurum Province, consists of two Olympic-size rinks in two buildings constructed side by side. The bigger venue has a seating capacity for 3,000 people while the smaller hall holds 500 spectators. 3000-seat hall hosts the men's ice hockey team of the Erzurum Gençlik SK and the 500-seat hall the women's team. Both teams play in the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League and the Turkish Ice Hockey Women's League respectively. 25th Winter Universiade – Ice hockey – January 27 – February 6, 2011 11th IIHF World Championship Division III – April 15–21, 2012 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival – February 12–17, 2017 GSIM Yenişehir Ice Hockey Hall
Topi "Iron Ball" Helin is a retired Finnish professional Muay Thai kickboxer, four time Finnish Heavyweight Champion and amateur Muay Thai World Champion. In 2003 he had his first tournament in K-1 Scandinavia 2005 in Stockholm, Sweden, he trained out of Turku Thaiboxing Club under his coach WMC World Champion Riku Immonen. Helin trained Judo as a child around age of 5 or 6, but switched to Wado-ryu Karate at age of 13 and to Muay Thai at 15. 2003 Amateur Muay Thai World Champion in Bangkok 2002 Kings Cup silver medalist 2002 European Amateur Muay Thai Championships bronze medalist 4 time Finnish Muay Thai Champion List of male kickboxers List of K-1 events K-1 Turku Thaiboxing Club K-1 official website Topi Helin's K-1 profile
Live at the Aragon is a live CD/DVD by the metal band Mastodon. It was released on March 15, 2011, it was filmed on October 17, 2009 during a Mastodon live show in the historic Aragon Ballroom of Chicago, part of their world tour to support their fourth album, Crack the Skye. It features Crack the Skye at its entirety as well as other Mastodon songs from Remission and Blood Mountain, their first and third records respectively. To promote the album the band released the live versions of "Oblivion", "Ghost of Karelia" and "Crack the Skye" on YouTube; the DVD features the Crack the Skye film, the album in video format, in its entirety. Thom Jurek of Allmusic described the live performance by stating "There is little to no spontaneity or improvisation --, neither here nor there -- because what Mastodon do musically is so impressive. All their stop-and-start, fret-ripping, finger-cracking, knotty riffology and technical acumen are on full display." He added that "The band's "cleaned up" vocals are disappointing live: neither Brent Hinds, Troy Sanders or Brann Dailor sing on key anywhere here.
Given that'sung vocals' highlighting lyrics are such an important part of the band's M. O. now, this is distracting to a fault." All tracks are written by Mastodon, except additional lyrics on "Aqua Dementia" and "Crack the Skye" by Scott Kelly and "The Bit" by Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover. Troy Sanders – bass, vocals Brent Hinds – lead guitar, vocals Bill Kelliher – rhythm guitar, backing vocals Brann Dailor – drums, vocals Derek Mitchka - Keyboards on tracks 1-7
The 1947 Fordham Rams football team was an American football team that represented Fordham University as an independent during the 1947 college football season. In its second season under head coach Ed Danowski, the team compiled a 1–6–1 record and was outscored opponents by a total of 245 to Rams offense scored 44. After a winless 1946 season, Fordham boosters raised money for 30 new scholarships. In addition, the school made several additions to its coaching staff, including the hiring of Vince Lombardi. Lombardi was responsible for coaching the freshman team. In addition, he helped the varsity team implement the T-Formation on offense. Lombardi did this for a salary of $3,500 a year. Athletic director Jack Coffey stated that he thought Lombardi would one day become head coach of the varsity team; the freshman team was Vince Lombardi's first experience as a head coach above the high school level. Many of the freshmen on the team were in their twenties. Three of the freshmen were players that Lombardi had coached in high school: Dick Doheny, Billy White and Larry Higgins.
Twenty-three-year-old freshman Herb Seidell was elected as captain of the freshman team. He had served in the Navy with Leo Paquin, one of Lombardi’s teammates on Fordham’s Seven Blocks of Granite. Dick Doheny was the starting quarterback. One of the highlights for the team was defeating Rutgers freshman team by a score of 12-0; the Rams held the Scarlet Knights to negative yards. After a 33-0 defeat of New York University’s freshman team, the New York Herald Tribune stated that Lombardi should feel proud for a job well done. Other members in the media were optimistic about Lombardi because the varsity team finished the season with a record of 1-6-1