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Over 100,000 registered runners and wheelchair participants at more than 200 locations across 66 countries covered 934,484 km globally on Sunday in the fifth annual Wings for Life World Run charity event to raise funds for spinal cord injury research. Five and a half hours of camaraderie and competition shared across every continent produced unforgettable moments of elation and emotion until Swedish wheelchair athlete Aron Anderson and Portuguese runner Vera Nunes were crowned Global Champions.
• Cacophonous vuvuzelas, stringent safety norms, awkward climatic conditions and challenging architecture call for sophisticated sound reinforcement strategies
• EV distributor Prosound Ltd. has equipped nine of the ten host stadiums in South Africa with Electro-Voice systems
• Comment from Prosound founder Terry Acres: “Electro-Voice best satisfies our requirements”
The University of Iowa knows how to maximize value. Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the 15,500-seat multipurpose indoor venue located in Iowa City that is home to the school’s legendary Hawkeyes basketball team—as well as the university's wrestling, women's basketball and volleyball teams—opened in 1983 and the sound system that was installed there then was the same one that fans listened to up until 2016.
Once in a year Timmendorfer Strand is becoming the Wimbledon for beach volleyball. This was also true this year when for the 21th time the German SMART beach volleyball championships were played. For the finale of the SMART beach volleyball tour Timmendorfer Strand was transformed into a meeting place for the beach volleyball fans from all across Germany. Only here AMBION was setting up the Ahmann-Hager arena with more than 5,000 seats. Only here the Olympic champions have their own parking space right next to the arena. Only here the spirit is better than at the Copacabana.
ABB and Formula E are teaming up in a ground-breaking partnership to champion e-mobility for a sustainable future. Since its first race in Beijing in September 2014, Formula E has established itself as the number one all-electric international motor sport. In the next level of development, global pioneering technology leader ABB is bringing its name and innovation and technology leadership to the series, which will be now known as the “ABB FIA Formula E Championship.”