It looks like Rohit Sharma has cleared his Yo-Yo test.The ace Indian batsman was scheduled to take the necessary fitness test along with other members of the squad earlier in the week. However, it was deferred and Hitman finally took the Yo-Yo test Wednesday afternoon.Yo-yo test is the fitness test that is compulsory for all players to pass in order to get a place in the Indian national team.Considering the developing intensity of the game of cricket and the culture of fitness coming in the dressing room, with captain Virat Kohli leading from the front, Ravi Shastri and the Indian team management have set their yo-yo parameter on 16.1.Kohli, MS Dhoni, Jasprit Bumrah, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu and a few other members selected for the tour of Ireland and England took the Yo-Yo test last week.Rayudu, who had returned to the Indian ODI side on the back of an impressive run in the 2018 IPL with 602 runs, was dropped after he failed the Yo-Yo test. He was replaced by Raina.Shami was also dropped from the Indian squad for the one-off Test against Afghanistan after he failed to clear his Yo-Yo test.Rohit had a poor season with Mumbai Indians but he posted a picture on Instagram looking fit and suggesting he might have cleared the test. He will be expected to play a crucial role for India in the limited-overs leg in England, who are in sensational form.advertisementOn Tuesday, England smashed their own record for the highest total in men’s ODIs – they hammered 481 against Australia before decimating the reigning world champions by 242 runs.
World Cup Robben, Baggio & the 10 most iconic misses in World Cup history Goal 06:00 6/9/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty World Cup England France Italy Netherlands Nigeria Ghana Brazil The World Cup is loved for the glorious goals on show but it has witnessed its fair share of incredible misses. Goal runs down the best of the latter
While the association said there are 8 titles that have never made the finalist list, award stalwarts New York, New Yorker and National Geographic lead in the number of nominations with 10, 10 and 7, respectively. Twenty magazines received multiple nominations. Close behind the leaders are Esquire, GQ and Wired with 6 each, and The New York Times Magazine and Vanity Fair with 5 each.New York, National Geographic and New Yorker are all up for general excellence awards—as are Architect, Garden & Gun, Military History, and Food Network Magazine, which are among the first-timers. New York is also up for magazine of the year. Also nominated are The Atlantic, Fast Company, Glamour and Men’s Health. The awards event will be held April 22 in New York at the Alice Tully Hall. For a full list of nominees, click here. MPA announced Wednesday the finalists for its 45th annual National Magazine Awards, or Ellies, as they’re commonly called. The New Yorker, New York and National Geographic lead in nominations.National Geographic and New York also lead in the Digital Ellies, which were announced last week. A total of 1,758 entries were received from 300 magazines competing for the 51 award slots, said the MPA.
Is It Psychedelic Yet? The Wavepaths App Is Coming music-drugs-and-therapy-wavepaths-app News Twitter Email Anticipated app promises new paths of exploration as its musical algorithms keep playing fresh arrangementsPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Nov 9, 2017 – 4:11 pm New apps promise to change the way we do things, seemingly every day, for example these 11 apps for making music. Now the Wavepaths app, still under development, is coming to generate an endless stream of original music, kicked into being by what we are like and how we feel. GRAMMY winner Brian Eno was known for his ambient music long before his work producing U2 drew GRAMMY notice. Having worked on generative apps called Bloom and Reflection over the past years, Eno is now developing new soundscapes optimized for drug-enhanced music therapy with Wavepaths.Eno is working on Wavepaths with neuroscientist Mendel Kaelen of Imperial College London. Speaking about “Music in Psychedelic Therapy” on Oct. 7 at the Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics conference at New York’s Cooper Union, Kaelen opened up about the work put in over the last year and the two men’s hopes for wider support as Wavepaths moves ahead. An in-depth look by Rolling Stone discusses how Kaelen’s research visualizing the brain on LSD suggested that comparable effects of music on the brain could be used to enhance therapy.”When you allow yourself to be deeply touched and fully moved by music, … you can see your life from a new perspective,” Kaelen said. “What we have learned from both psychedelic therapy research, introspective music therapy formats and deep-listening practices, is the power of fully surrendering to an experience of art.” While Kaelen’s perspective comes from viewing images of the brain, Brian Eno has been composing and working with collaborators to create the right music, and hopes to attract such younger practitioners of the art as Aphex Twin and Sigur Rós.Because Wavepaths is being designed primarily as a therapeutic tool, scientific success should lead to new features and discoveries — an important reason to widen the circle of scientists, therapists and musicians collaborating on the project. “Surrendering” to this experience seems likely to lead to much more than infinite-and-automated original music.Chris Cornell: Music therapy program established in SeattleRead more Music, Drugs And Therapy: The Wavepaths App Facebook