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That describes Chris Cooley, whose primary connection to Gano was severed Tuesday when they were cut and became former Redskins.

But like the kickers who preceded him, and those yet to come, Gano tale can be compared to players at other positions. The job is too peculiar, too isolated and too psychological, putting Gano fraternity in a cruel, self devouring clique.

One day you celebrating because the competition was released, suggesting that you won the training camp battle. The next day, you looking for work because the Redskins signed another team discard and gave him your job.

The information cycle barely could keep up Tuesday. Internet searches revealed headlines that were interspersed with news about Washington cutting Neil Rackers (good for Gano) and Washington signing Billy Cundiff (bad for Gano).

our research over the years, we just thought that [adding Cundiff] was the best move for us at this time that he was the best chance to win, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said.

He get a vociferous argument from Ravens fans, still bemoaning Cundiff chip shot miss last season in the AFC title game against New England. If he nailed the 32 yard field goal attempt, the Ravens likely would have forced overtime instead of losing 23 20.

Shanahan and special teams coach Danny Smith clearly went with their gut, which is the predominant factor when making a decision on kickers.

Can his leg strength be trusted when you absolutely need a 55 yarder? Can you rely on his accuracy from 35 yards with the final seconds ticking off the clock? Can he bounce back from a crucial miss one week and split the uprights next week?

Gano didn provide enough affirmatives to keep his job here (though he probably get another shot somewhere). He owns the second worst field goal percentage over the past three seasons (73.8 percent), but he only 25. That too young to give up on, but not grizzled enough to be pushed aside forever.

However, kickers have nothing to complain about. They know how the game works, with only one job per team. They know in season look sees might be forthcoming when incumbents are slumping. They know they often have company in training camp, whether it for serious competition or contingency plan information.

It still a cool way to make a living, nowhere near as painful or dangerous as running, throwing or catching football for a living. Kickers aren as famous as those who lug the ball or mug the luggers, but they live the same charmed lifestyle of chartered flights, fine hotels and friendly women.

They also cross paths as they go up and down their career ladders. Cundiff, 32, beat Gano for the Ravens job in 2009, but not before helping the youngster change from a three step approach to a couple of steps.

Olindo Mare, a 15 year veteran released by Carolina on Monday, kicked for three teams the past five seasons after spending a decade with Miami. Rookie Joe Nedney held the Dolphins job for one year before Mare beat him, but Nedney kicked for six other teams in 10 seasons. Now Justin Medlock, a journeyman kicker whose last action was in the CFL, appears to have beaten Mare for the Panthers job.
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Canaccord Genuity has upped its price target on Foot Locker (NYSE:FL) ahead of the retailer’s results on Friday.

The change from a price target of US$72 to US$78 comes despite the broker being a couple of cents below market consensus with its forecast of second quarter earnings of 67 cents.

The broker concedes the athletic footwear seller could surprise to the upside as the retailer executes on its initiatives to boost productivity gains across its e commerce platforms and upgrades parts of its retail estate.

The broker expects Foot Locker will continue to drive EBIT (underlying earnings) margin expansion while also returning cash to shareholders via buy backs and dividends.

“Despite stiff FX [foreign exchange] head winds not expected to have abated in Q2 (approx.

“In addition, we believe casual running styles like the Nike Roshe and Hurache added to comp gains, while signs of a revival in performance running are also emerging (Air Max ’15 and Pegasus),” they added.

The broker sees plenty of room to grow domestically, with the women’s and kid’s sectors relatively under served, Canaccord reiterated its ‘buy’ recommendation.

Shares in Foot Locker were up 0.5% at US$73.57 in late morning trading.

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This Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, photo, shows a display area in the House of Hoops shop at Foot Locker’s redesigned Manhattan flagship store in New York. Foot Locker is reorganizing its stores to further highlight top brands, designating areas to showcase trends, and adding more displays of full sports gear to encourage broader shopping.

This Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, photo, shows a display area in the House of Hoops shop at Foot Locker’s redesigned Manhattan flagship store in New York. Foot Locker is reorganizing its stores to further highlight top brands, designating areas to showcase trends, and adding more displays of full sports gear to encourage broader shopping.

Start with the shoes but move on from there. That’s the plan at Foot Locker Inc., long known for its sneakers, which is reorganizing its stores to further highlight top brands, designating areas to showcase trends, and adding more displays of full sports gear to encourage broader shopping.

At the chain’s redesigned midtown Manhattan flagship, set to open Tuesday, large digital signs display images of the shoes as well as social feeds like Twitter that mention the brand. Larger areas are devoted to big brands like Puma and Under Armour. A section in its store is devoted to showcasing emerging fashions for women. And next to the store, there’s an experiential area called NYC33 with a separate entrance that will host fashion shows and showcase other events and launches.

“Sneakers drive the apparel that goes with it,” says Foot Locker CEO and President Dick Johnson. Even with all the other areas, the 10,000 square foot store near Macy’s stocks about 50,000 sneakers for men, women and kids at any given time.

The New York based chain, which operates more than 3,400 stores under its own name as well as FootAction, Champs Sports, Lady Foot Locker and the new women’s SIX 02 among others, has benefited from the popularity of athletic sportswear for life beyond the gym. It’s aiming to push annual sales to $10 billion through 2020 from last year’s $7.4 billion in part by catering better to female customers. That all starts with sneakers, which represent about 80 percent of men’s sales and 75 percent of the women’s business. Traditional rivals like Finish Line and Dick’s Sporting Goods remain, while Lululemon is expanding to new areas like swimwear and menswear and its own suppliers like Under Armour and Nike are opening more stand alone stores. Nike’s store at The Grove in Los Angeles feature a Michael Jordan experience area where customers can test products through a digitally interactive dribbling drill that lasts 23 seconds, a nod to the athlete’s numbers. Under Armour is set to open a big store on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue on the site of the former FAO Schwarz store. It also penned a deal with department store chain Kohl’s to supply its clothing and accessories across all the stores.

“This is not a fad,” says NPD analyst Matt Powell, who says the athletic sportswear and footwear industry enjoyed one of its best years in 2015. It’s about a $70 billion market, divided evenly between footwear and clothes. Athletic footwear sales increased by a mid teen percentage last year.

Johnson says the newly designed store is important to separate itself from the competition and get its message out in New York, the epicenter of sneaker culture. Among some of the hot sneakers: Adidas Pure Boost, the Stephen Curry shoe by Under Armor, and Nike Air’s Huararaches.

“We realized long time ago that we couldn’t be everything to everybody” in one store, said Johnson. “We have definitive brands and experiences.”

The intent of the NYC33 area, for example, is not to sell stuff but to excite the customer. From Sept. 6 to Sept. 25, Foot Locker will stage fashion shows in that space highlighting singer Rihanna’s new Fenty collection for Puma that includes $600 capes and $200 sweatshirts. The line is exclusive to Foot Locker’s SIX:02 shop within a shop and Bergdorf Goodman for 24 hours before distribution goes wide Sept. 7. The store also marks the debut of an area called SIX 02 Collection that serves as a kind of lab that showcases emerging fashions for women.

“I’m excited about the new approaches” at the store, Powell said. “They have all the different brands and so many different looks for the consumer.”

In its most recent quarter, Foot Locker’s key revenue measure was up 4.7 percent, and profits rose nearly 7 percent. In contrast, its rival Finish Line announced this year that it would close 150 stores and replace its CEO. In the first quarter, the company’s profits dropped 30 percent.

Foot Locker hadn’t always been a strong performer. When former CEO Ken Hicks took over in 2009, the company was in a sales funk and he started closing stores. Hicks also started adding specialty departments like Puma Labs, which offers exclusive merchandise, and House of Hoops, dedicated to high end basketball shoes and gear. And Foot Locker, which never focused on catering to the specific shopping needs of women until a few years ago, is putting a lot of focus on that now.

It has 30 stand alone SIX 02 stores, targeting a trendy customer in her late 20s, and the newly redesigned Foot Locker store has devoted a boutique under the banner. The company has gradually been closing its Lady Foot Locker stores and has approximately 140 now, which Johnson says is about right. It’s using Lady Foot Locker to target a younger customer than SIX 02 ages 14 to 25, with more traditional sportswear like Nike and Adidas.
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Up to $2 million dollars, that how much this 1% food and beverage tax could generate.

“We are very well supported by a very vibrant food and beverage and tourism industry, but I don think we have fully leveraged those assets in a way that can make Terre Haute more competitive,” says Greg Goode.

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Those who ran last Sunday followed in the footsteps of the 32 finishers who competed in the inaugural Vancouver International Marathon organized by the Lions Gate Road Runners in 1972. Others were drawn to the park simply to cheer them on.

On the 45th anniversary of the fringe event many once considered an extreme sport, Jordan Myers, a former race director with the BMO Vancouver Marathon, imagined the low budget, high endorphin Run Analogue Project and invited runners to tackle a self supported marathon (or just as many laps as they wanted) in Stanley Park just as they did in 1972.

Since that race four decades ago, here are a few ways the Vancouver marathon has changed:That lasted for four years before the marathon branched out to city streets. In the ’90s, a far flung course led racers over the Lions Gate Bridge and back across Second Narrows Crossing, where they shared the Trans Canada with highway traffic.

Don Basham, who was the race director for 16 years starting in ’72, dealt exclusively with the park board until 1976 when the course expanded to downtown.

“I was the first one to ask for permission to have any road race on a road,” he said this week.

Now the marathon sees the city’s largest deployment of police offices and, between the marathon and half marathon, covers more than 70 kilometres of pavement, including streets and the Seawall.

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The course was 26.2 miles. It’s now 42.1 kilometres.

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The dedicated athletes who ran the marathon in the ’70s were not weekend warriors. They were elite, semi pro and national competitors who ran sub four hour marathons on training days. Unlike today’s seven hour limit, the race did not have a cut off time.

“We never had runners who were that slow,” said Basham, himself a sprinter who competed against world record holder,
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The first time limit was introduced when the race moved out of the park. There were no aid stations with water, gels or bananas. No portable toilets.

With more non competitive running clubs and friend groups, a growing number of people sign up to completing a bucket list challenge.

“The balance has tipped the other way,” said Basham. “In the ’70s we’d have more than 80 per cent serious runners who belonged to running clubs and were out there for the time as opposed to people who just want to see if they can finish.

Today, those racers have more demands and the international elite have specific needs, too. Said Myers, who now helps organize the Lululemon Sea Wheeze, “There is a lot more professionalism. The expectations of participants are very high.”

Always referred to as the VIM, for Vancouver International Marathon, the “international” was dropped after almost 40 years, and in 2009 the race became generally known as the BMO for the titular sponsor.

In Canada, many races are also known as banks, including several Scotiabank events across the country and province.

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In 1972, racers paid $1 to run five loops around Stanley Park.

The full price to register for the BMO Vancouver Marathon this year was $149. Cost to walk up and register during the Expo is $159.

The full cost of the half marathon is $119.

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With barely three dozen racers on the course, officials kept hand written paper records of times and distances. At the finish line, a stop watch kept pace and the time was shouted out loud and recorded on a clipboard. Cheating might have been easy, but it wasn’t the nature of these early racers, said Basham.
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On Memorial Day, Col. Monique DeSpain said, it’s important to remember but also to be inspired.

The Eugene resident, Air National Guard assistant to the Command Staff Judge Advocate, Pacific Air Forces, was the keynote speaker Monday for Memorial Day services held at Timber Linn Memorial Park.

On the day set aside to honor Americans who gave their lives in military service, DeSpain said, “We are refreshed and reminded of the values we hold high: courage, honor, sacrifice, service, tenacity and integrity.”

And to honor those values, she said, it’s important to be “the Americans they fought to protect . so that their sacrifice is not in vain.”

DeSpain spoke Monday to an audience of close to 300 gathered at Timber Linn Memorial Park for the annual observance.

“Only Americans have demanded and secured the freedoms we enjoy,” she said, reminding the audience that Americans today battle freedom’s adversaries in every corner of the globe.

“Our fallen did it for us,” she continued. “They stood strong and ready through every adversity.”

Sunshine and a flag snapping breeze greeted visitors to Timber Linn Memorial Park on Monday.

Hands doffed caps marked “Navy,” “Air Force,” “Vietnam Veteran” and “The Greatest Generation” as members of the Linn Benton Young Marines posted the colors and Pete Kozak led the crowd in the National Anthem.

Pastor Larry Gaskin of East Side Christian Church gave the invocation. Floyd Bacon, chaplain of American Legion Post 10, gave the benediction.

In between, Master of Ceremonies Randy Martinak invited, one at a time, a variety of family members and representatives of armed service organizations to lay wreaths in memory of those who never made it home.

Those included Terri Thorpe, laying a wreath for her son, Tyler Troyer, shot by a sniper in Iraq, and for all Gold Star Mothers; Frank Perry of American Legion Post 10, a 75 day prisoner of war, for Prisoners of War/Missing in Action; Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Cristner for Soldiers Cross; Faye Swain for the Daughters of the American Revolution; Cynthia Ross in memory of her great great grandfather Sterling Ross, for the Grand Army of the Republic; Post 10 Commander Steve Adams for World War I; and Dody Torgeson and her daughter, Michele, for their family member Leland Crocker and all those who died in World War II.

The World War II wreath was missing from Monday’s ceremonies, so Korean War veteran Bud Stutheit, who was scheduled to place the wreath for the Korean War, offered his wreath for the Torgesons to use.

Others who placed wreaths Monday included Stephanie Soderstrom Taylor, sister of Sgt. William E. Soderstrom, for all those killed in action in Vietnam; Steven Olson, who served in Afghanistan and is now president of the Linn Benton Community College Veterans Club, for all veterans of Afghanistan; John Maine, Iraq veteran and vice president of the LBCC club, for all veterans of the Iraq War; and Eric Czernowski for the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

Also, Ray Poppleton, president of the Linn County Chapter 17 of Disabled American Veterans; Commander Ed Rose and Auxiliary President Sandy Gore of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 584; Marlin Rice, Linn County Voiture 727 of the 40 8; Post 10 Adjutant Bob Sechrest and Auxiliary President Penny McCarthy, American Legion Post 10; Commandant Tim Beach, Marine Corps League; Bob Gore and Linda Rose, Military Order of the Cootie; Mark Smith, AMVETS; and Faithful Navigator Bernie Covino and members of the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus.

The Honor Guard of the Oregon State University Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps gave the rifle salute, and Glenn Hunter, bugler for Post 10’s Honor Guard, performed “Taps.”
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“I think that it’s inevitable that those stories won’t get told if you don’t have female creators,” Gerwig told CNN earlier this year of her film. “But I do think that it’s important to tell these stories because on a very basic level, as Virginia Woolf said, ‘Men don’t know what women do when they’re not there.’ So we need to tell the stories of what we’re doing when they’re not there. Otherwise, they will go completely undocumented.”

Gerwig was notably shut out of the best director category when nominations were first announced back in December, a fact that presenter Natalie Portman didn’t let slide when she presented the award on Sunday.

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“The Handmaid’s Tale” is based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel about a woman (Elisabeth Moss) who rebels against the ideals of an oppressive regime. The series won best drama series and Moss won the best actress in a drama series award.

“Big Little Lies” stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley and Zoe Kravitz as mothers in Monterey, California whose lives aren’t as simple as they appear to the outside world.

“Big Little Lies” won an award for best limited series. Kidman, Dern and Alexander Skarsgard also won individual honors.

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It was quietly released back in November but the show, from “Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman Palladino, enjoyed modest buzz and reviews.

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Star Rachel Brosnahan also won the best actress in a comedy award.

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