MORE NEWS: Dragonfly house creates a buzz The Gilston property at 25 Fyfes Rd has sold in a $2.85 million deal.AN eclectic estate that was once known as one of the Gold Coast’s most notorious party houses has sold five weeks after it hit the market.A local family snapped up the Gilston property at 25 Fyfes Rd in a $2.85 million deal.Kollosche agent Rob Lamb, who marketed the property with agency head Michael Kollosche, said the buyers wanted more space for their children to run around.“They’re a local family moving off the water and wanted to purchase that property for their children,” he said.“It was under contract in five weeks and we did have other offers prior to that.“It was just really good timing.”He said the level of interest in the property was a good sign for other quirky character homes like it. MORE NEWS: Gold Coast sales ramping back up Bright wallpapers, ornate ceilings and feature light fixtures, including a Swarovski crystal chandelier, distinguish the home.Property records show the residence last sold for $1.5 million in 2013.It was listed in September this year with the owners asking for expressions of interest until a $2.7 million to $3 million price guide was attached.Latest CoreLogic data shows Gilston’s median house price has jumped 19.8 per cent in the past five years to $605,000. It went under contract within five weeks of hitting the market. A local family will move into the property.“It’s a particular type of property with its style and character,” he said.“We did get a lot of inquiry and interest so that’s a good sign for the market.“You get a lot for your money out there too.”While it wasn’t for everyone, Mr Lamb said the house fit the buyers “perfectly”.The Spanish mission-style residence has a history as colourful as its interior. Several owners over the years have embraced and protected its unique character through updates.It was built by a Malaysian prince in the 1970s then when ‘pyjama party king’ and property developer Bernie Elsey bought it in the 1980s, it became known as one of the Gold Coast’s most notorious party houses. A four-year renovation has revitalised the house, which was build in the 1970s. The sellers were determined to preserve the house’s character in the reno.In more recent years, it has been home to Coast lawyer Andrew Wiltshire, his wife Alanna and their children.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa9 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day ago They were attracted to the house’s unusual style so were careful to preserve it in their no-expense spared renovation.“We bought it with the view of renovating it (but) we wanted to maintain the character of the home,” Mr Wiltshire said in September when it hit the market.“It’s taken, on and off, probably about four years to renovate.“The process itself has been a very long one but we’re very happy with how it’s ended up.”The 2.02 ha property includes a four-bedroom house, self-contained guesthouse with an additional four bedrooms, a barbecue pavilion and Florida-style pool. It has some pretty impressive features. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:12Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:12 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhen is the best time to sell or buy? Property cycles explained02:13
“This is a technically challenging scope with large periods of time spent alongside a platform. It is gratifying to see our engineered technical solution selected by Fairfield, as the removal of older conductors that cannot be pulled through topsides remains a challenge throughout the North Sea,” said Olivier Trouvé, head of Integrated Solutions. Project management and engineering starts this year, with offshore execution planned for 2022 or 2023 depending on option selected. Maersk Supply Service will remove four 30” jacket-mounted drilling conductors and two associated conductor guide frames using an I-class vessel. Maersk Supply Service has secured a contract by Fairfield Betula Limited for the removal of the Dunlin Alpha platform’s subsea conductors and guide frames. Installed in 1977, the Dunlin Alpha platform served as the production facility for the Greater Dunlin Area. It is located in UK Continental Shelf Block 211/23a, approximately 137 km northeast of Shetland and 11 km from the UK/Norwegian median line. Production from the Greater Dunlin Area stopped in 2015.
People can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus. The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. According to Dr. Glen Alonsabe, epidemiologist of the DOH-6, eight of them were recorded within communities while three in hospitals. * St. Paul’s Hospital * Manapla, Negros Occidental * Barangay Bi-ao, Binalbagan, Negros Occidental “[Amo ini sila] ang mga nakarecord sang two or more [COVID-19] cases in two successive weeks,” Alonsabe told members of the media in a press conference on Wednesday. * Barangay Matab-ang, Talisay City, Negros Occidental ILOILO City – The Department of Health (DOH) has detected a total of 11 areas in Western Visayas with clustering of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. * Barangay Cabadiangan, Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental The 11 COVID-19 clusters based were the following: Dr. Sophia Pulmones, head of DOH-6’s Local Health Support Division, emphasized three strategies to effectively manage COVID-19 cases including those in areas with clustering. * New Lucena, Iloilo * Bingawan, Iloilo * Western Visayas Medical Center * Riverside Medical Center, Inc. As of yesterday, July 22, Western Visayas has 857 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 519 of which recovered while 16 died, leaving the number of active cases at 322. * Alimodian, Iloilo The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Alonsabe said infected repatriates were excluded in the clustering of cases. A coronavirus cluster occurs when there is a concentration of local infections in the same area at the same time, Alonsabe explained. * Barangay Pajo, Lambunao, Iloilo He advised local government units of concerned areas to impose partial or localized lockdown to stem further spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. “Ang aton strategies are detect, isolate and test,” said Pulmones. “Ang una gid is to do the contact tracing. Pagkatapos ma-identify na ang tanan nga close contacts, you isolate them and next is test. After nga mag-positive, treat.”/PN
DEARBORN COUNTY, Ind. — An Indianapolis man was arrested on I-74 in Dearborn County after police say he tried to flee from them.According to police, Richard A. Morales, 28, was arrested on charges of Resisting Law Enforcement, Maintaining a Common Nuisance, Reckless Driving, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Paraphernalia.Indiana State Police say the attempted to stop Morales for a burnt out headlight, but instead of stopping, Morales fled from them at speeds over 100 miles per hour.About five miles later when he tried to exit the interstate in St. Leon, he wrecked his vehicle.He and a passenger were evaluated at the Dearborn County Hospital before being booked into the Dearborn County Jail.During a search of the vehicle, troopers found marijuana, a pipe, a scale, and a gas mask with a large smoking pipe attached to it.The passenger was released and is not facing any charges.
The Daily Mail says Everton could smash their transfer record to reunite Carlo Ancelotti with Allan by paying Napoli a premium price for the out-of-favor 29-year-old at the end of the season. Allan would move to Everton should Ancelotti meet his former club’s reported £63 million asking price to take him to Goodison Park, according to reports in Italy.Advertisement Everton are willing to spend big to land Napoli midfielder Allan. read also:Ancelotti: Why coaching Zidane was unique Allan scored to help Napoli win at Sassuolo in Gennaro Gattuso’s second match in charge after he replaced Ancelotti in December, but that proved the box-to-box anchor’s penultimate full outing and he has appeared for just 14 minutes in his side’s last five matches. And it’s a situation which has encouraged Ancelotti to register Everton’s interest. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
By Greg Soukup Jeff Ware led the last 11 times around the track in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature and Shawn Harker was the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod winner. Tyler Drueke’s march to the front of the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car field had him in front with 10 laps left. He’d get the win ahead of Mike Boston. Dillon Richards also returned to victory lane, in the Mach-1 Sport Compact main. Dustin Andersen stayed fast to the finish of Saturday’s IMCA Modified feature at Eagle Raceway. (Photo by Brandon Anderson) In and out of the lead early on, Andersen outran Dylan Sillman following the final restart. Josh Blumer, Shane Hiatt and Anthony Roth rounded out the very fast top five. EAGLE, Neb. (June 20) – Dustin Andersen held off all challengers in a green, white, checkered finish to Saturday’s IMCA Modified main event at Eagle Raceway.
Memorial donations can be directed to Sunman’s Life Squad or the Fire Department. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Edsel Shupe. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, February 8, 2019 from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 noon at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman. Burial will follow in Evangelical Union Cemetery-Hubbells Corner. Edsel “Dick” Shupe, of Sunman was born on September 8, 1938 in Lee County, Virginia, a son to Marion and Flora Irene Edens Shupe. He served his country with the United States Air force. Dick married Alverta Wolljung on December 24, 1960 at St. John’s Lutheran Church-Hubbells Corner and together they raised three children. He worked at Anchor Glass as a machine operator for over 38 years and in his spare time he enjoyed working in the yard, gardening, fishing, riding motorcycles and cleaning his cars. On Sunday, February 3, 2019 at the age of 80, Dick passed away at St. Andrews Health Campus in Batesville. Those surviving who will cherish Edsel’s memory include his loving wife of 58 years, Alverta Shupe; children, Richard (Annette) Shupe of Sunman, Irene (David) Schutte of Sunman, and Clarence (Betty) Shupe of Batesville; eight grandchildren; two great-grandsons; one brother, Marion (Ann) Shupe of Ohio; five sisters, Marilyn Arnold of Idaho, Barbara Tindel of Virginia, Tina (Terry) King of Virginia, Brenda (Tony) Hatico of Texas, and Rebecca (Dennis) Flanigan of Ohio, as well as several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his stepmother, Pauline Shupe, and two brothers, Ansel Shupe and Charles Shupe.
Indianapolis, In. — A total of 18 libraries, schools, museums and other nonprofit organizations from Gary to Osgood have received grants from Indiana Humanities this spring. Selected projects range from the creation of an exhibit to explore the history of women firefighters to the production of a video to preserve the history of an African-American church in West Baden Springs.Action Grants offer up to $3,000 to support nonprofit organizations that sponsor public humanities programs such as exhibitions, workshops, lectures and reading and discussion programs.This spring, Indiana Humanities awarded more than $30,000 in Action Grants to 12 organizations, funding projects that intertwine history, literature and culture with opportunities for public dialogue and conversation. Applications for these grants are accepted throughout the year and reviewed on a monthly basis.Historic Preservation Education Grants, awarded in partnership with Indiana Landmarks, fund programs that educate Indiana citizens about historic places and properties—and particularly about the need to preserve and protect them. The grants provide up to $2,500 for programs that come in a variety of formats—workshops, presentations, booklets, brochures, reading and discussion programs, exhibitions, film documentaries and more.In this spring’s round of Historic Preservation Education Grants, Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks awarded more than $14,000 to six organizations for projects that include creating an interactive digital tour of the Billy and Helen Sunday Home for those unable to access the building and constructing a history of the Rivoli Theatre in Indianapolis. The next round of applications is due Aug. 31.“Funding a wide range of thoughtful and creative programming that connects so many Hoosiers to the depth and breadth of the humanities is core to our mission,” said Keira Amstutz, president and CEO of Indiana Humanities. “We are encouraged, every year, by the innovative programs proposed by the grantees and the opportunity to touch the lives of residents all over Indiana.”Action Grant recipients (more detailed information about the projects follows):Ball State University/Book Arts Collaborative, MuncieBCT Management, BloomingtonInterAction Initiative, South BendOsgood Public LibrarySpirit & Place, IndianapolisTrustees of Indiana University/IUPUI, IndianapolisUniversity of Southern Indiana/Historic New Harmony, EvansvilleVintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center, JeffersonvilleSoutheastern District Association, New AlbanyThe Welcome Project at Valparaiso UniversityTrustees of Indiana University/IU Northwest, GaryScience Central, Fort WayneHistoric Preservation Education Grant recipients (more detailed information about the projects follows):Grace College, Winona LakeJohn H. Boner Community Center, IndianapolisSaint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Terre HauteCity of South BendEvansville Museum of Arts, History and ScienceMarkle Historical SocietyAction Grant project descriptions:Interrobang Wayzgoose 2019Ball State University/Book Arts Collaborative, MuncieAwarded: $2,500Timeline: April 12-13Interrobang Wayzgoose hosted professional book artists, students and community members for a two-day celebration of book arts, including presentations and demonstrations.Telling Our Story/Creating Our TownBCT Management, BloomingtonAwarded: $3,000Timeline: August–DecemberLocal scholars, educators and filmmakers will help students research the history of Monroe County and uncover the stories of their families. The students will create short films that document their work and explore how the community’s history influences its future.2nd Annual Community Theater for Social Justice Action ConferenceInterAction Initiative, South BendAwarded: $2,532Timeline: April 25-26As part of its annual conference, InterAction Initiative hosted two scholars/artists to discuss the untold stories of the Hmong/Lao community, as well as the history and ramification of racial violence in the United States.Ripley County ReadsOsgood Public LibraryAwarded: $3,000Timeline: May–AugustThe Osgood Public Library and community partners will present a summer reading program celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. The library will choose a book for a county-wide read and will present book discussions, history presentations and movie screenings at locations around Ripley County.Civic SaturdaySpirit & Place, IndianapolisAwarded: $2,000Timeline: April 16 and July 20Civic Saturdays will bring community members together to read provocative humanities-based texts, hear a civic “sermon” and engage one another in conversation. The goal of the series is to nurture a shared sense of civic spirit and character.Historians and the Public Doing Things Differently with Tale of Black HistoriesTrustees of Indiana University/IUPUI, IndianapolisAwarded: $2,500Timeline: April 6IUPUI introduced the 1971 play Tale of Black Histories at a public event during the Society for French Historical Studies annual meeting. Members of the Asante Children’s Theater read excerpts from the play, and scholars led a discussion around its history and themes.Heritage Artisans DaysUniversity of Southern Indiana/Historic New Harmony, New HarmonyAwarded: $3,000Timeline: April 16-18Heritage Artisans Days welcomed approximately 2,500 elementary students to experience what life was like in the village of New Harmony in the early 1800s. More than a dozen reenactors, including a naval captain, a frontiersman and a cattle farmer, discussed their trades in the context of New Harmony’s beginnings.Women in the Fire ServiceVintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center, JeffersonvilleAwarded: $2,010Timeline: July-DecemberThe Vintage Fire Museum will create an exhibition on the history of Kentuckiana women in the fire service. It will also host a speaker and discussion panel to explore the problems and rewards that women in the fire service experience.The West Baden Church Renewal ProjectSoutheastern District Association, New AlbanyAwarded: $3,000Timeline: May 2020The Southeastern District Association will produce a video documenting the origin, growth, decline and preservation of the First Baptist (Colored) Church of West Baden Springs, Indiana.Flight Paths: Mapping Our Changing NeighborhoodsThe Welcome Project at Valparaiso UniversityAwarded: $3,000Timeline: Fall 2019-Summer 2020The Welcome Center is developing a multimedia initiative that explores de-urbanization and the fracturing of neighborhoods, communities and regions in postindustrial America. The center will create a prototype website and introduce it to area residents through focus groups and a public workshop.Senior University: Faculty Summer SeriesTrustees of Indiana University/IU Northwest, GaryAwarded: $1,764Timeline: July-AugustIndiana University Northwest will host a faculty-led summer reading and discussion series that introduces senior citizens to topics related to local history and disaster preparedness.Apollo 11 Exhibition and SpeakerScience Central, Fort WayneAwarded: $1,900Timeline: May-JulyScience Central will create an exhibition telling the history of the Apollo 11 moon landing and provide copies to local organizations. It will also host a lecture by a Purdue University professor on the 50th anniversary of the landing.Historic Preservation Education Grant project descriptions:Small-Town Americana: Bringing Accessibility to the Billy and Helen Sunday HomeGrace College, Winona LakeAwarded: $1,680Timeline: February 2020Grace College will create an interactive digital map to provide those who are not able to access the home the opportunity to explore its architecture and furnishings.The Rivoli Theatre: Past and FutureJohn H. Boner Community Center, IndianapolisAwarded: $2,500Timeline: April-DecemberThe Boner Center will collect neighbors’ memories of the historic Rivoli Theatre through oral histories and digitization workshops then will share the theater’s history online, in a printed brochure and at a community event. It will incorporate this information into a reuse study.Bohlen Design: Four Generations of Indiana Architectural ProminenceSaint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Terre HauteAwarded: $2,500Timeline: Oct. 13 and 20Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College will hire a scholar to research the historic campus structures that were designed by the Bohlen family and to deliver two presentations based on the findings. The college will also incorporate the research into a campus open house/tour.Standards and Guidelines Updates and ReorganizationCity of South BendAwarded: $2,500Timeline: July 2019-March 2020South Bend’s Historic Preservation Commission will hold public meetings to educate city residents about the need for and benefits of historic preservation districts and to get their input on how preservation can positively impact their neighborhoods. Based on the public dialogue, commission staff will update the city’s preservation standards and guidelines.William Wesley Peters, Evansville’s Connection to the World of Frank Lloyd WrightEvansville Museum of Arts, History and ScienceAwarded: $2,500Timeline: Aug. 11-Oct. 27The Evansville Museum will create an exhibition and accompanying programs on William Wesley Peters, who grew up in the city and became Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice and right-hand man. The project will focus on Peters’ life and works, including the recently restored Peters-Margedant House on the University of Evansville campus.Markle Log Home: Educational Outreach ProgramMarkle Historical SocietyAwarded: $2,500Timeline: May-AugustThe Markle Historical Society will conduct a series of student programs to raise awareness of a recently rescued and restored log house. Students will learn about the history and preservation of the house, practice preservation techniques and work with mentors to develop an exhibition about the structure.For more information about Indiana Humanities grant programs, contact George Hanlin at 800.675.8897, extension 128, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Florida sheriff is shaken up after he strikes and kills a pedestrian crossing the street in front of his unmarked patrol car. The sheriff was not en-route to a scene at the time of the accident.According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Citrus County Sheriff Mike Prendergast was driving an unmarked 2017 Chevy Tahoe SUV northbound on US 19 just after 9 p.m., south of Woodland Water Boulevard in Hernando County, when he struck a man. The pedestrian was apparently trying to cross the street and walked into the path of the sheriff’s vehicle.The pedestrian died at the scene. The sheriff was not injured and there are no charges pending, according to the report.Prendergast has served as Citrus County sheriff since being elected to the post in November 2016.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Badminton tournaments in Australia, India and South Korea have been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. June 4, 2020 ___German soccer club Schalke has apologized to fans for asking them to justify their refunds for games played in empty stadiums because of the coronavirus pandemic.Schalke had asked for evidence of financial hardship if fans wanted tickets refunded this year rather than waiting until 2022.Schalke says it used “impersonal formulations lacking empathy” and fans will no longer be asked to submit documentary evidence of their personal finances. But the club says the approach was legal under German law.The Bundesliga was suspended in March because of the coronavirus outbreak and spectators have not been allowed to attend any of the games since the league restarted on May 16. The Italian soccer federation is launching a fund of nearly $25 million to help clubs and their members following the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The Save Soccer Foundation will need definitive approval at a federation meeting on Monday.Federation president Gabriele Gravina says “it’s an initiative which doesn’t have precedents and represents a great assumption of responsibility which the (federation) is taking in favor of the whole soccer system.”The fund consists of 21,700,000 euros ($24,500,000). It will give up to 5 million euros ($5.6 million) to each of the two divisions below Serie A as well as the same amount to support clubs from the amateur soccer league.It will also give up to 3 million euros ($3.4 million) to soccer players and the same amount to coaches and their staff. Schalke has been hit hard financially by the pandemic. Executive board member Alexander Jobst said in March the club faced an existential threat.The team has also struggled on the field and hasn’t won a league game since January.___The Swiss soccer league will restart several days earlier than planned to help Europa League contender Basel cope with a backlog of matches in August.The restart amid the coronavirus pandemic was set for June 19-21 in the top two divisions. Associated Press The Swiss soccer federation now says Basel’s Swiss Cup quarterfinal match against Lausanne Sport will be played without fans on June 14 instead of the Aug. 5-6 dates for the other quarterfinal matches.Basel is scheduled to resume play in the Europa League in early August. It holds a 3-0 lead over Eintracht Frankfurt from the first leg of the round of 16.Basel also faces a potential clash with this season’s Europa League possibly overlapping with next season’s preliminary rounds.Basel is currently in third place in the Swiss league and the third-place team should enter the Europa League qualifying rounds in late July or early August.___ The suspended Australian Open can’t find new dates. The Hyderabad Open in August and Korea Masters in November were part of the revamped calendar announced last month but have now been put off.The Korea Open in September is still on.The world tour is scheduled to resume at the end of August in Lingshui, China.___The International Olympic Committee is in talks with insurers over compensation for the postponed 2020 Tokyo Games. Olympic operations director Pierre Ducrey says there is “an open discussion” between the IOC and insurance brokers “to try and find the right level of compensation to help us bear the cost of having to wait another year.”The IOC pays for insurance against the cancellation of an Olympics but it is unclear if its policy covers a one-year postponement.Cancellation policies detailed in IOC accounts cost $14.4 million for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and $12.8 million for the 2018 Pyeongchang Games.The IOC said last month it set aside $650 million to cover potential extra costs for the postponement.Costs for organizers in Japan are expected to run to billions of dollars. ___Borussia Dortmund has defended a group of players who were accused of breaking Bundesliga hygiene rules while getting haircuts.German newspaper Bild reports that some of the players were pictured without face masks during appointments at home with a celebrity barber. Forward Jadon Sancho was among the players.League rules during the coronavirus pandemic say players should minimize contact with people from outside their household. They have to wear masks for large parts of game days unless actually on the field.Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc says he spoke with the players about their behavior and adds that they only removed their face masks to pose briefly for pictures. Zorc adds that the 20-year-old Sancho is still “very young.” Premier League clubs have agreed to allow five substitutions in soccer matches.They will adopt the temporary law change when the league resumes on June 17 amid the coronavirus pandemic.There can still only be three pauses to bring on substitutes.Premier League clubs have also agreed to temporarily increase the number of substitute players from seven to nine.___ European Gymnastics president Farid Gayibov says the body will review the coronavirus situation and react accordingly “should the situation at a later date not be considered safe enough any more.”The European championships for rhythmic gymnastics will stay in Kyiv, Ukraine, but are now set for Nov. 26-29. That is six months later than originally planned.All three championships were supposed to be tune-ups for the Tokyo Olympics but that event has been postponed to 2021.___Pope Francis is promoting a charity auction of sports items and experiences in support of two of the hospitals hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic in Italy. The “We Run Together” auction includes a personalized bicycle given to Francis by world champion Peter Sagan, a team jersey and captain’s armband signed by former Roma forward Francesco Totti and a swim suit and hat from Olympic champion Federica Pellegrini.There are also experiences such as training sessions and dinners with various athletes.Francis says “the true values of sport are particularly important to face this period of pandemic and especially the difficult restart.”The auctions will take place on the site Charitystars.com starting Monday for two months. There will be a new one every week and each auction will last 10 days.All funds raised will go to the Papa Giovanni XXIII hospital in Bergamo and Fondazione Poliambulanza in Brescia. ___All referees in Italy’s top soccer league have tested negative for the coronavirus.The Serie A referees and some from the second division were tested at the Italian federation’s training headquarters on the outskirts of Florence.They will remain there until June 10 to have further tests and continue training and preparing for the resumption of Serie A on June 20.___ The fund will also provide 700,000 euros ($800,000) to help women’s soccer clubs that are set to complete the season.___The European gymnastics championships have been moved to December after being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.The men’s event will run from Dec. 9-13 and the women’s championships from Dec. 17-20 in Baku, Azerbaijan.Baku was originally supposed to host only the men’s championships but France couldn’t reschedule the women’s event after missing its planned dates in Paris in April and May. The Latest: 3 more badminton tournaments canceled More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6