Ricochet (wrestler)

Trevor Mann is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Ricochet. He is signed to WWE, where he performs on the Raw brand. Outside of WWE, Ricochet is known for his work in New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where he is a former three-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion and a three-time NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Champion and the winner of the 2014 Best of the Super Juniors and 2015 Super Jr. Tag Tournaments. Other notable stints he had include, the Japanese Dragon Gate promotion and its American branch Dragon Gate USA, where he held the Open the Brave, Triangle and Freedom Gate Championships once and won the 2013 King of Gate, he wrestled as Prince Puma for Lucha Underground, where he was the inaugural and first two-time Lucha Underground Champion. From 2010 to 2018, Mann wrestled for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, where he is a former World Champion, a two time Battle of Los Angeles winner, winning the 2014 and 2017 tournaments. Mann worked for the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania–based Chikara promotion, working under a mask as Helios.

After signing with WWE in 2018, Ricochet beat Fabian Aichner in his debut match for NXT and competed at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans for the NXT North American Championship, a title he would win four months at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV. He lost the title to Johnny Gargano at NXT Takeover: Phoenix in early 2019. In February 2019, Ricochet started appearing on the main roster, making appearances on Raw and SmackDown Live; this led to him teaming with Aleister Black, winning the fourth annual Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, challenging for the Raw Tag Team Championship at Fastlane and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 35, before winning his first main roster title, the United States Championship, at Stomping Grounds. Trevor Mann started out in Chaos Pro Wrestling in 2003 under the ring name Ricochet, he began competing on the independent circuit until he made his first major outing on February 6, 2006 at Insanity Pro Wrestling's Sacrifice event, where he took part in a five-man elimination match involving future long-time rival Chuck Taylor, DieHard, Tony Galloway and Ty Blade.

Ricochet was the final wrestler eliminated as Taylor pinned him to win the match. A few weeks on February 18, Ricochet took part in his first major championship match as he, Chuck Taylor, Jeff Jameson, Brian Sterling and Cabana Man Dan took part in another five-man elimination match at Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South's Xtreme Warfare event for the vacant Deep South Heavyweight Championship, which Cabana Man Dan won. A few months at IWA Mid-South's event We're No Joke! on April 1, Ricochet took part in a nine-man Tables and Chairs match to determine the one contender for the Light Heavyweight Championship involving his rival Chuck Taylor. Although he lost the match to Darin Corbin, he was involved in an infamous spot in which he performed his finishing move, a double rotation moonsault, off of a ladder to the outside of the ring and onto the other eight competitors. On that same day, Ricochet competed at Insanity Pro Wrestling's event Mischief and Revenge, where he lost to Taylor for the promotion's Junior Heavyweight Championship.

On June 24, Ricochet made his Chikara debut as he lost in the first round of the fourth Young Lions Cup tournament against Chuck Taylor. The following day, he teamed with Player Uno in a losing effort to Cloudy. A few months on November 17 at the event Brick, Ricochet picked up his first win as a member of the Chikara roster after he, Cloudy and Mike Quackenbush defeated Cheech, Retail Dragon and Shane Storm; the following day, Ricochet again lost to Taylor at the event Talent Borrows. On February 16, 2007 at the King of Trios event, Ricochet made his first challenge for the Young Lions Cup, but was unable to defeat Max Boyer for the title. Two days he lost to Claudio Castagnoli. On April 22, Ricochet took part in the semi-finals of the first-ever Rey de Voladores tournament, where he lost in a fatal four-way elimination match involving Retail Dragon and long-time rival Chuck Taylor, the latter of whom would go on to win the tournament. On June 23, Ricochet won his first round match of the fifth Young Lions Cup tournament after he defeated Chrisjen Hayme.

On in the day, Ricochet won a six-way elimination match in the semi-finals to advance to the finals. The next day, Ricochet lost to Chuck Taylor for the vacant Young Lions Cup. On August 18 at the event Here Come The International Invaders, Ricochet faced and lost to Taylor in a Young Lions Cup vs. Career match, resulting in Ricochet being forced to leave Chikara. On October 27 at New Star Navigation, sporting a new haircut, new attire and a wrestling mask, returned to Chikara under the ring name Helios, where he defeated Taylor for the Young Lions Cup. However, Taylor disputed Helios' win by claiming that Helios was Ricochet in disguise. Despite Taylor's claims, Helios' win was still ruled as valid and was thus still the official new champion. On November 16 at Battle Of Who Could Care Less, Helios retained his Young Lions Cup title after defeating Hydra; the following day at The Sordid Perils Of Everyday Existence, Helios again retained his title, this time against Fire Ant. On February 29, 2008, Helios teamed with Incoherence and the three became "The Golden Trio" in order to participate in the 2008 King of Trios tournament.

After receiving a bye in the first round, The Golden Trio defeated Team IPW:UK and The Fabulous Three in the second and quarterfinal rounds before losing to Th

Kasama College of Education

Kasama College of Education is a Zambian teacher training college situated in Kasama District, the provincial headquarters of Northern Province. The college is about three kilometers from the Kasama Central Business District, it is owned by the Zambian government through the Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Early Education. The college was opened in 1966, it was called Kasama Teachers’ Training College until 2000 when all government-owned teacher training colleges were renamed colleges of education. From its inception the college has had 14 principals, with only one woman having served as principal. Below is the lineage of principals from its inception to date: Gaobepe Reams 1966-1970 Mushemi Mushemi 1970 Aaron William Mulenga 1971-1979 Lyton Bwalanda 1979-1986 M. Simwinga 1986-1987 S. W. Chanda 1987-1994 Bruno Munyano 1994-1996 F. L. Musonda 1996-1998 Felix Bwalya Chanda 1998-2001 F. J. Kapembwa 2001-2005 M. M. Mushika 2005-2009 E. N. Zulu 2009-2010 Morris Mulundano 2010-2011 Andrew T. Mutobo 2011-2016 Florence A. Masanzi 2016-to date The college offered certificate courses for primary school teachers such as the Primary Teachers’ Certificate, Zambia Basic Education and the Zambia Teacher Education Course.

ZATEC was the last certificate course to be offered by the college until 2012 when it was phased out. From 2012 the college introduced the Primary Teachers’ Diploma, a three-year diploma programme underwritten by the University of Zambia. In the same year the college introduced the Primary Teachers’ Diploma by Distance Learning, an in-service distance education programme. 2014 has seen the introduction of Early Childhood Education programme and the Secondary Teachers’ Diploma Science and Mathematics. Mathematics Education, Science Education, Expressive Arts, Education & Professional Studies, Technology Studies, Integrated Social Sciences, Literacy & Language Education

Rock sandpiper

The rock sandpiper is a small shorebird. Adults have a medium thin dark bill; the body is dark on top with a slight purplish gloss and white underneath. The breast is smeared with grey and the rump is black; the Pribilof Islands subspecies of this bird shows a bold black belly patch. Their breeding habitat is the northern tundra on Arctic Pacific coast of Alaska and the Aleutian and Pribilof Islands; the birds breed in Kamchatka and the Kuril Islands. The breeding pair is monogamous, with pair bonds lasting several years, they elevated on rocks or in lower damp location. The males makes several scrapes. Both the male and female take the responsibility for incubation. There are four subspecies of rock sandpipers: C. p. tschuktschorum, breeds in Chukchi Peninsula and western Alaska. C. p. ptilocnemis, breeds in the Pribilof Islands & on St. Matthew Islands. C. p. couesi, breeds on the Alaskan Peninsula. C. p. quarta, breeds on the south of the Kamchatka Peninsula and in the Kuril and Commander Islands.

Birds migrate south to rocky ice-free Pacific coasts in winter. The subspecies leap frog each other for winter, with more northerly breeders passing south of more southerly breeders, it can form rather large wintering flocks. Rock Sandpipers which spend the non-breeding season in the Pacific Basin, have to endure harsh conditions where they rely on high prey quality of their primary prey - the bivalve Macoma balthica; these birds forage on rocky coasts. They eat insects, marine worms some plant material, it feeds up to its breast in water, swims. It roosts on rocks near its feeding grounds just above the high tide spray. "National Geographic" Field Guide to the Birds of North America ISBN 0-7922-6877-6 Handbook of the Birds of the World Vol 3, Josep del Hoyo editor, ISBN 84-87334-10-5 "National Audubon Society" The Sibley Guide to Birds, by David Allen Sibley, ISBN 0-679-45122-6