The Forest Training Institute (FTI), located in Tubmanburg, Bomi County is reportedly straddling (on both sides of) the line between the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), a component of the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), and the Ministry of Education (MOE), making it difficult for the entity’s true identity, allegiances and affiliations to emerge. According to the National Consultant of the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) Project in Liberia, Dr. Wollor Topor, “At one point the FTI would run to the MOE when the going gets rough; and at other times, it would claim to be under the umbrella of the FDA.” Dr. Topor argued that a clear definition and direction was needed for the institute, during his presentation on “Strategic Documentation on Forest Education and Financial Options” last Wednesday at the FDA Compound in Whenin Town, outside Monrovia. The report on the way forward and transformation of the FTI was featured during the ITTO Project Validation workshop. Other topics discussed were legality framework strategy; administration and financial strategy; teaching approach; and strategy regarding forest and environmental organization.Dr. Topor also underscored the importance of the FTI in the production of middle level forest managers and called on the FDA management to pay special attention to the FTI in terms of instructional staff, among other things.Earlier in his opening statement, FDA Managing Director, Harrison S. Karnwea Sr., appealed for international assistance toward the sustainability of the ITTO as it strives to upgrade the status of the FTI.Mr. Karnwea thanked FDA partners including the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), UK-Aid and European Union (EU) for revamping the war-ravished central offices which he said has restored the lost image of the entity.For his part, FTI Executive Director, Jeremiah F. Karmo, recounted the relevance of the institute and prayed for more support to take it to the next level.The objective of the one day validation, according to Mr. Karmo, was to among other things establish a small-scale forest-based industry to specifically create business for forest-based products and to mobilize forest resources small nature-based enterprise, as well. Participants were drawn from various sectors including FDA senior staff, representatives from the academia, the FTI Board, and donor partners.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies’ Fill the Bus fundraiser for the Salvation Army Food Bank has once again shown how generous residents are in the Energetic City.On Sunday the team, along with volunteers from around the North Peace, collected roughly 27,000 lbs. of food for the local food bank. Hockey players from both the Huskies and the Northern Metalic Bantam Flyers helped collect food by going door-to-door in the chilly weather, while other volunteers filled boxes at the arena as donations streamed in.Peace River Hydro Partners once again made a huge contribution by donating enough food to fill one of the 745C rock trucks that are used on the dam’s construction. The over $5,000 worth of food was jointly contributed by PRHP employees, who pitched in $2,200 that was matched by the consortium. Other Site C Contractors who donated food and money were ATCO Two Rivers Lodging, Saulteau Safety & Security and Kikinaw Energy Services.- Advertisement – The Huskies’ bus during the team’s Fill the Bus fundraiser in 2016. The bus had mechanical issues on Tuesday night, causing that night’s game to be postponed. Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Photo by Chris Newton Students at Alwin Holland Elementary also pitched in with 1,168 items of food. Other organisations that made major donations included: Canadian Tire, Tim Hortons, Domino’s, Save On Foods, M&M Food Market, the Fort St. John Rotary Club, and BMO.Huskies executive and Fill the Bus organiser Alan Karasiuk said that the most poignant moment of the event came on Sunday evening when the completely full bus pulled up to the food bank. Karasiuk said that when they arrived, the shelves in the food bank’s storage room were practically bare. The donations were incredibly well-received by the Salvation Army, especially since the economy has been hard-hit in recent years.
0Shares0000Usain Bolt is trying to launch a career in football. © AFP / Thomas SAMSONSYDNEY, Australia, Jul 17 – Usain Bolt is on the verge of sealing a deal to trial with the A-League’s Central Coast Mariners, the Australian club said Tuesday, as the sprint legend pursues his dream of playing professional football.Eight-time Olympic champion Bolt, 31, who retired from athletics after August’s World Championships in London, is an avid Manchester United fan who has long dreamt of playing top-flight football. The 100m and 200m world record-holder trained with Norwegian club Stromsgodset last month and Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund in March.The planned arrangement will see him take part in a six-week trial starting next month at the Mariners’ base in Gosford, some 75 kilometres (47 miles) north of Sydney, chief executive Shaun Mielekamp said.A season-long deal could follow if it goes well, he told commercial broadcaster Channel Seven.Football agent Tony Rallis, who has been working on the deal, told Sky Sports Radio’s Big Sports Breakfast Tuesday it has been agreed “in principle… subject to a couple of benchmarks”.“Mainly, a trial, and of course marquee funds support from (governing body Football Federation Australia),” he said, adding that the arrangement was not a gimmick.“Once the FFA comes back and says that they’ll be part of the process, we’re going to the trial… This bloke’s an ambitious athlete. The A-League needed a hero, and we got superman.”Mielekamp said his club had been working on the agreement for four to five months, and there was still “some work to do”.“But fingers crossed things might play out, but the most important thing is we wait to find out and see how good a footballer he is first.“If all goes well, who knows? He may be playing in the A-League this season.”Mielekamp said reports of Bolt’s performance at the European clubs he has trialled with have been “pretty good”, and that “every time he trains, he improves significantly”.“He has a very good left foot, and time will tell at what level he is at and if it fits the A-League… it would only be big if he could play and go really well,” he said.“If he comes in and he is not up to the level, it could have a detrimental effect.”Bolt has dominated sprinting since taking double individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.The charismatic sportsman went on to win a further six Olympic golds and pick up 11 world titles.The A-League season starts in October.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
The Taifa Stars were no at their best and Senegal would have won the game by a bigger margin despite missing their star Sadio Mane who was suspended for the tie. The West Africans who have played the most AFCONs without winning showed hunger to write off that history from the start.Aishi Manula was a busy man all through the game and was forced into his first save barely two minutes into the game.The Simba SC custodian came off his line to deny Mbaye Niang after Tanzania had lost the ball in midfield and play quickly launched into their box. Niang had another chance in the sixth minute when he was played through on goal, but hit the side netting.Senegal were forced into a change after 20 minutes, Salif Sane coming off with an ankle injury after landing awkwardly and was replaced by Cheikou Kouyate.The Teranga Lions kept their hunt on the front foot and broke the deadlock after 27 minutes when Balde sliced a low shot from the left after being put through by Idrissa Gueye following a good team move that started off on the right.Four minutes later, Senegal should have been 2-0 up but wasted a chance with too much touches inside the box. Balde picked up Ismaila Sarr on the right with the lanky forward choosing to tee up Gueye from close range, the latter skying the effort.Two minutes later, Sarr had a goal disallowed after Kouyate was adjudged to have handled the ball as he raced to a rebound off keeper Manula. Papa Ndiaye tried his luck with an acrobatic kick off a Balde freekick in the 41st minute, but it flew just over.Seeing his midfield being walked over by the Senegalese, Tanzania coach Emmanuel Amunike made a change, Salum Feisal coming off for Farrid Musa two minutes to the break.Senegal continued their dominance in the second half with Manula kept busy, making two crucial saves from Sarr and Niang.He however gave in to the second goal in the 64th minute, a rocket of a shot from Diatta flying into the top left corner after the ball landed kindly for him at the edge of the box following a poor clearance off a corner.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Senegal’s keita Balde celebrates his goal against Tanzania during the Africa Cup of Nations tie at the June 30 Stadium in Cairo on June 23, 2019. PHOTO/CAFCAIRO, Egypt, Jun 23 – Tanzania began their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) campaign on a losing foot, going down 2-0 to tournament favorites Senegal in the first Group C match played at the June 30 Stadium in Cairo on Sunday.Goals in either half by Keita Balde and Krepin Diarra saw the Senegalese pick up three points to start their campaign on a high while the Tanzanians were left to lick their wounds.
Mousa Dembele [left] in action for Tottenham Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed Mousa Dembele is likely to return for Saturday’s north London derby against Arsenal.The Belgian midfielder has missed Spurs’ last three games with a groin injury but has resumed full training this week. However, Pochettino says he will assess Dembele’s fitness on Friday before deciding whether to include him in the squad for the huge clash at White Hart Lane.“It’s possible that he will be available to be selected, we need to make one more check on him tomorrow,” said Pochettino.“All the other players are fit but again we will assess them tomorrow before making a decision.” 1
Having mastered the art of football, Barcelona decided to mix up one their training sessions to make it even harder for the players.Rather than practising the normal game, the LaLiga giants took up the recent craze of bubble football at England’s St George’s Park facility.Clearly they feel they are fully prepared for their next pre-season friendly, with a clash against Premier League club Liverpool coming up on Saturday.With this kind of training, Barca could probably beat the Reds wearing their bubble suits!You can watch the funny video above…
PALMDALE – Classic and custom cars and motorcycles and live music will highlight the 12th annual Thunder on the Lot charity car show. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. Saturday with a car show, live entertainment and contests until 9 p.m., and the main event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at McAdam Park, on 30th Street East at Avenue R. Features include a poker run starting at the Lancaster Harley-Davidson dealership, a custom motorcycle show, custom, classic and import car shows, a custom motorcycle show, children’s activities including games, craft activities, balloon bounces and face painting, karaoke music and rock climbing. Additionally, radio station 100.1 FM, “The Edge,” will host a “Freak Factor” competition to include crazy stunts similar to the “Fear Factor” television series. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Local and Los Angeles bands will perform on two stages. The bike show stage features rock ‘n’ roll music and the car show stage will feature oldies and classic rock music. On the bike show stage, Rukus performs at 10 a.m., Joe Wallat 11:30 a.m. and Roadogz at 1 p.m. Blues/rock band Shari Puorto and Flatfoot perform at 2:30 p.m. and MLC at 4 p.m. On the car show stage, Steppin’ Out plays at 9:30 a.m., followed by Flathead Phil & the Roadsters at 11:30 a.m. and Rocksville at 1 p.m. Funds raised by the show will go to 22 local charities that help children. Last year’s show raised more than $215,000. Since its inception, Thunder on the Lot has raised more than $1.2 million for children’s charities. For a $100 donation, people can enter a drawing for a 2006 Harley-Davidson StreetGlide with custom paint by Little Design. Other major prizes include a Harley-Davidson pool table, a custom Honda painted by Squirty’s, a softub from Ideal Spas, a seven-day Mexican Riviera Cruise, and original biker art by Chris DeRubeis. To purchase an opportunity drawing ticket, contact Robertson Palmdale Honda, 455 Auto Vista Drive, or Antelope Valley Harley-Davidson, 1759 W. Ave. J-12, Lancaster. For more information about Thunder or to buy tickets online, visit www.thunderonthelot.com or call Ron Emard at (661) 265-6000.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Arturo Vidal (L) scored Barca’s second goal on Saturday. (PHOTO/Courtesy)After the international break, all five major European Leagues returned this past weekend and most of the big guns gathered three more points.In Spain, Barcelona maintained top spot thanks to a scrappy 2-1 victory away to Leganes.After seeing Youssef En-Nesyri put the hosts ahead on 12 minutes, Luis Suarez and substitute Arturo Vidal struck in the second half to ensure victory for the Catalonia club.The three points see Barca move onto 28 points for the season, level with Real Madrid who are second.Just like Barcelona, Real was also victorious in their game on Saturday night despite falling behind to a Willian Jose strike in the second minute.Goals from Karim Benzema, Federico Valverde and Luka Modric did the damage for Zinedine Zidane’s men who are only second due to a one-goal disadvantage on Barca.In Granada, the hosts held Atletico Madrid to a 1-1 draw with Renen Lodi putting Diego Simone’s side ahead on 60 minutes before German Sanchez equalized 7 minutes later.Atletico now slips into 4th with 25 points, two behind Sevilla who saw an Ever Banega penalty propel them to victory away to Real Valladolid on Sunday night.Spain’s other Champions League representative-Valencia were beaten 2-1 by Real Betis on Saturday afternoon.Goals by Joaquin Sanchez and Sergio Canales canceled out Maxi Gomes’s opener in a result that leaves Valencia in 10th while Betis climb into 5th.Elsewhere, Levante beat Mallorca 2-1 on Friday, Espanyol drew 1-1 at home to Getafe, Bilbao were 2-1 winners at Osasuna, Alaves stunned Eibar 2-0 while Celta Vigo shocked Villarreal 3-1.In Italy, Juventus continued their unbeaten start to the season as they came from a goal down to defeated Atalanta 3-1 in Bergamo.Robin Gosens put Atalanta ahead early in the second half but a Gonzalo Higuain brace and a Paulo Dybala stoppage time beauty saw the Old Lady walk away with all three points in the end.Huguain struck a brace against Atalanta.This was Juve’s 11th win in 13 games and it sees them move onto 35 points at the top of the log while Atalanta now drops into 6th with 22 points.Second place is still occupied by Inter Milan who were 3-0 winners at Torino on the same day.Lautaro Martinez, Stefan de Vrij and Romelu Lukaku scored the goals for Antonio Conte’s side who sit just a point behind Juve.On Sunday, both Roman clubs maintained third and fourth spot on the standings thanks to victories in their respective games.Lazio who sit third beat Sassuolo 2-1 with Ciro Immobile and Felipe Caicedo scoring either side of Francesco Caputo’s equalizer while Chris Smalling, Gianluca Mancini and Edin Dzeko were all on target as Roma defeated Brescia 3-0.Lazio now has 27 points while Roma are two points adrift of their sworn enemy.Italy’s other Champions League representative-Napoli drew 1-1 away to AC Milan on Saturday.Hervin Lozano put the visitors ahead on 24 points before Giacomo Bonaventura equalized four minutes later. Napoli remains 7th while Milan climbs into 12th.Elsewhere, Bologna drew 2-2 with Parma, Hellas Verona were 1-0 victors at home to Fiorentina, while Sampdoria beat Udinese 2-1.On Monday, there will be two fixtures with Lecce hosting Cagliari while Genoa are away to SPAL.In France, Neymar Jr returned after more than a month out as PSG defeated Lille 2-0 at the Parc de Princes on Friday night.The Brazilian looked short of match-fitness in a game that saw Mauro Icardi and Angel di Maria score for Tomas Tuchel’s side who maintained their 8 point lead at the top of the standings. PSG now have 33 points from 14 games.PSG now have 33 points.Second-placed Marseille were also victorious on Sunday as overcame 10-man Toulouse away from home.Dario Benedetto and Nemanja Radonji scored in the second half after results Steven Moreira was sent off in the first half.On the same day, Monaco surrendered a 1-0 lead to lose 2-1 away to Bordeaux.Islam Slimani struck for Monaco on 15 minutes but Pablo and Nicholas de Preville ensured the game is turned on its head with goals of their own.Monaco now drops into 14th on the log with 18 points while Bordeaux climb into 4th with 22 points.On Saturday, Jeff Reine-Adelaide and Moussa Dembele were on target as Lyon defeated Nice 2-1 to climb into 9th with 10 points. Kasper Dolberg scored Nice’s only goal on the day.Elsewhere, Brest drew 1-1 with Nantes, the same result in the game between Metz and Reims, Strasbourg hammered Amiens 4-0 away from home, Angers were 1-0 winner at home to Nimes, Dijon scrapped to a 2-1 win against Rennes while Saint Etienne drew 0-0 with Montpellier.In German, Borussia Monchengladbach remained top of the log despite losing 2-0 away to Union Berlin on Saturday afternoon.Anthony Ujah and Sebastian Andersson scored the home side’s goals, ones that see Gladbach remain on 25 points.On the same day, both RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich registered convincing victories against Koln and Fortuna Dusseldorf.Leipzig were 4-1 winners with Emil Forsberg scoring a brace while Timo Werner and Kevin Laimer scored the other two goals.For Bayern, Benjamin Pavard, Clorentine Tolisso, Serge Gnabry and Philippe Coutinho were all on target in their 4-0 win.The respective victories ensure that Leipzig remains second on 24 points, level with Bayern who are 3rd.Bayern are 3rd on the Bundesliga log.On Friday, Borussia Dortmund came from 3 goals down to draw 3-3 with Paderborn at the Signal Induna Park.Streli Mamba’s brace and Gerrit Holtmann’s goal gave the visitors a 3-0 halftime lead before Dortmund ran riot in the second half through Jadon Sancho, Axel Witsal and Marco Reus.The draw sees Dortmund maintain 6th spot with 20 points while Paderborn remains bottom with just 5 points.On Sunday, Hoffenheim’s 4-game winning run came to an end as they were thrashed 5-1 at home to Mainz.Elsewhere, Bayer Leverkusen drew 1-1 with Freiburg, Wolfsburg stunned Frankfurt 2-0 away from home, Schalke were 2-1 winners at Werder Bremen while Augsburg beat Hertha Berlin 4-0.All the La-Liga match-day 13 results-Levante 2-1 Mallorca-Leganes 1-2 Barcelona-Real Betis 2-1 Valencia-Granada 1-1 Atletico Madrid-Real Madrid 3-1 Real Sociedad-Espanyol 1-1 Getafe-Osasuna 1-2 Athletic Bilbao-Eibar 0-2 Deportivo Alaves-Villarreal 1-3 Celta Vigo-Real Valladolid 0-1 SevillaAll the Serie A match-day 13 fixtures-Atalanta 1-2 Juventus-Milan 1-1 Napoli-Torino 0-3 Inter Milan-Bologna 2-2 Parma-Hellas Verona 1-0 Fiorentina-Roma 3-0 Brescia-Sassuolo 1-2 Lazio-Sampdoria 2-1 Udinese*Lecce vs Cagliari @5pm*SPAL vs Genoa @10:45pmAll the Ligue One match-day 14 results-PSG 2-0 Lille-Lyon 2-1 Nice-Brest 1-1 Nantes-Metz 1-1 Reims-Amiens 0-4 Strasbourg-Angers 1-0 Nimes-Dijon 2-1 Rennes-Bordeaux 2-1 Monaco-Saint Etienne 0-0 Montpellier-Toulouse 0-2 MarseilleAll the Bundesliga match-day 12 fixtures-Dortmund 3-3 Paderborn-Leverkusen 1-1 Freiburg-Frankfurt 0-2 Wolfsburg-Bremen 1-2 Schalke-Dusseldorf 0-4 Bayern-Union Berlin 2-0 Gladbach-RB Leipzig 4-1 Koln-Augsburg 4-0 Hertha Berlin-Hoffenheim 1-5 Mainz 05Comments Tags: BundesligaEuropean LeagueLa LigaLigue OneSerie A
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ag Leader Technology, Inc. is pleased to announce a new collaboration with GVM, Inc. as the supplier of the ISOBUS-compatible application control technology for their latest high clearance sprayer, the MAKO 400HC.“Early in the development of the MAKO, we recognized prospective owners likely already have a functional display in their tractor or combine,” stated Mark Anderson, President of GVM. “It was very important for us to offer a grower-focused machine with ISOBUS application control technology for end-user flexibility. Ag Leader’s superior quality and advanced pressure and flow-based controls made them a great partner for us with this new machine.”GVM has selected Ag Leader’s most advanced generation of DirectCommand™ application control products to integrate into the MAKO. Taking advantage of the industry standard ISOBUS interface, the system easily connects to Ag Leader and other manufacturers displays. Features of the system include:Easy system calibration: Easily calibrate the flow, pressure and ground speed sensors critical to accurate system performance.Continuous system monitoring: Monitors product flow rates and system pressure to detect and warn of sensor failure or system error.Droplet size monitoring: Ensures in real-time that the proper application is occurring.Additional technology from Ag Leader including the Versa™ display, OnTrac3 Assisted Steering System and GPS 6500 receiver will also be available to order.“We are excited to be a part of this new sprayer platform available from GVM,” said Travis Green, Territory Manager of Ag Leader. “MAKO owners have the flexibility to utilize their existing ISOBUS display or choose the factory-installed Ag Leader display and GPS option to leverage Ag Leader’s intuitive display user-experience providing accurate data collection across all seasons.”GVM MAKO with Ag Leader application control will be on display at the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association’s 2015 MAGIE tradeshow this week. About Ag Leader Ag Leader Technology, Inc. is a pioneer and recognized technology innovator of precision agriculture hardware and software. Located in Ames, Iowa, USA, the company manufactures and markets industry leading precision farming technology designed to help growers make smart, profitable business decisions. Founded in 1992 the company has achieved consistent growth and expansion by providing value-based products that help growers and agricultural professionals achieve and maintain a successful, profitable operation. For more information visit www.agleader.com.About GVM Inc. GVM is a premier manufacturer of agricultural application equipment. They place a large emphasis on designing and building the most reliable, innovative, and versatile equipment on the market today. Their ultimate goal is to provide end users with the best available products for a constantly changing marketplace. They focus on speed, comfort, fuel efficiency and mechanically friendly equipment. GVM is headquartered in East Berlin, Pennsylvania.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion: Bailee Amstutz, Richwood (Grade Champion)Res. Grand Champion: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Grade Res. Champion)Third: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Natural Colored Champion)Fourth: Erin Dilger-Lawrence (Natural Colored Res. Champion)Fifth: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Hampshire Champion)Youth exhibitors entered 711 lambs in the 2017 Junior Market Lamb Show. Here are more results from the 2017 show:Judge Miles Gibbs, Del Rio, TexasPhotos by Mindi Brookhart. HampshireChamp: Carly Gump, FletcherRes. Champ: Bailee Amstutz, Richwood ShropshireChamp: Kayla Ritter, Montgomery CountyRes. Champ: Sarah Young, Leesburg SouthdownsChampion: Mylee Shatto, Ft LoramieRes. Champion: Kole Justin, Richwood SuffolkChampion: Austin Hunker, BellevueRes. Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Ft. Loramie DorsetChampion: Jada Shroyer, DeGraffRes. Champion: Jada Shroyer, DeGraff MontadaleChampion: Zane Melvin, RadnorRes. Champion: Andrew Guthrie, Washington C.H. OxfordChampion: Erin Dilger Lawrence, HebronRes. Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Ft. Loramie AOBChampion: Andrew Guthrie, Washington C.H.Res. Champion: McKala Grauel, Ridgeway Brockle-faceChampion: Chloe Gump, FletcherRes. Champion: Justin Howell, Danville Natural ColoredChampion: Carly Gump, FletcherRes. Champion: Erin Dilger Lawrence, Hebron GradeChamp: Bailee Amstutz, RichwoodRes. Champ: Carly Gump, Fletcher Kayla Ritter, 18, from Montgomery County had the Champion Shropshire. Craig Schiff, 15, from Clinton County shows his Shropshire. Andrew Guthrie, 12, from Fayette County shows his Shropshire. Paige Teeters, 15, from Highland County shows her Brockle-face lamb Mya Carrick, 9, from Attica braces her Natural Colored lamb. Exhibitors lead their lambs around the ring. Chloe Gump from Fletcher braces her lamb for the judge. Alisha Rader, 16, from Eaton focuses on the judge. Justin Mason, 14, from Coshocton County shows his Montadale lamb. Judge Miles Gibbs Austin Hunker, 14, Bellevue, watches the judge. Sara Young, 17, from Highland County keeps eye contact with the judge with her Suffolk. Taylor Hannan, 14, from Wood County shows her Suffolk. Caleb Kieser, 12, from Darke County waits for the judge to review his lamb. Shropshire exhibitors wait for the judge’s placing. Liz Schiff, 12, from Clinton County looks to the judge. Addilyn Bryant, 9, from Ashland sets up her Crossbred lamb. Exhibitors waiting for the judge. Crossbred lambs. Cameron Lake, 16, from New Concord shows his lamb to the judge. Carly Gump of Fletcher wins Champion Natural Colored lamb. Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Bailee Amstutz gets the handshake for champion. Champion drive Champion drive Erin Dilger-Lawrence positions her lamb in the champion drive. Champion drive Carly Gump braces her champion Hampshire in the Champion Drive. Champion Drive 2017 Champion Drive