PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Justin Leonard wasted no time in getting his round started Thursday at The Players Championship. Leonard holed his approach shot for an eagle on the first hole, a shot that propelled the veteran to a 4-under 68 in the opening round. He took dead aim with an 8-iron from 147 yards and found his target, holing the shot on the fly and damaging the cup in the process. “Fun way to start the day,” Leonard said. “It made some noise, so we knew it hit the pin at some point, but didn’t know until we got up there that it had just blown the front of the hole out.” The Players Championship: Articles, videos and photos Leonard won at TPC Sawgrass in 1998 and has made the cut each of the last five years on the Stadium Course. The 41-year-old explained that he enjoys the annual trip to the Stadium Course, where his disadvantage off the tee can often be mitigated. “I feel like this golf course doesn’t suit any particular style of play,” he said. “There’s some holes where length is an advantage, and there are some holes where it’s not as much of an advantage. “I feel like I’m kind of on more level ground with a lot of guys here than I am at some other places.”
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“I am very pleased that Dino has joined the executive team of LeddarTech as chief financial officer,” stated Charles Boulanger, CEO of LeddarTech. “Dino possesses a deep functional expertise and technical knowledge in all aspects of corporate finance, financial planning and accounting acquired over his 30 years of experience in the private and public sector. This experience demonstrates that Dino possess the required leadership capabilities to strategically manage the financial portfolio of LeddarTech as we continue to optimize LeddarTech for success and sustainable growth.” At LeddarTech, Rambidis will be responsible for overseeing the financial, corporate accounting, tax and audit aspects of the company’s operations and actively participating as a financial strategist in the orientations and strategic planning of LeddarTech and its projects. Rambidis assumes the CFO position from Claude Doré, who will be retiring. LeddarTech, an industry leader in environmental sensing solutions for autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems from Level 1 to Level 5, recently announced the appointment of Dino Rambidis as chief financial officer effective Sept. 2.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Rambidis has approximately 30 years of experience in senior financial management positions with public and private companies across multiple industries, notably in the financial sector. Before joining LeddarTech, Rambidis served as CFO at Stornoway Diamond Corporation, senior VP, corporate finance at Fiera Capital and VP, finance and operations at PSP Investments. Rambidis stated: “I am looking forward to joining the leadership team of LeddarTech and lead its financial organization. LeddarTech has positioned itself a global leader in sensor technology that enables autonomous and assisted driving applications. LeddarTech is a company to watch following the expansion of its solutions portfolio to include LeddarVision, a sensor-fusion and perception for Level 1 to Level 5 following the acquisition of VayaVision,” Rambidis concluded.
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Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Joel Lynch is back in the QPR squad for Saturday’s game against Wigan.The defender is available again, having missed the midweek defeat at home to Bristol City after taking a knock to the head during Saturday’s 7-1 humiliation at West Brom. Rangers have lost all four league matches under manager Steve McClaren, who told the club’s website he believes this weekend’s game will be their toughest of the season so far.AdChoices广告McClaren said: “It’s going to be a tough game. We’ve had tough matches but this is probably the toughest of the season so far.“We need to give monumental effort. They will be coming here buzzing and confident but we have to knock that out of them and assert ourselves to get those first points on the board.”Strikers Nahki Wells and Tomer Hemed are in line to make their R’s debuts following their loan moves this week. See also:QPR agree loan deal for Burnley striker WellsFormer QPR duo back Bircham for manager’s jobWells and Hemed in as QPR seal loan dealsHemed confident he can help steer QPR away from dangerBircham calls for unity after being touted for QPR job
The Baltimore Orioles have activated Miguel Gonzalez from the disabled list and have designated Josh Stinson for assignment. Gonzalez is starting tonight for the Orioles but I think he would be better suited in the bullpen because of his lack of endurance.Stinson has not pitched much for the Orioles and has been sent down to Triple-A Norfolk already this year. I expect Stinson to clear waivers and go back to the Tides.Here is the tweet from the Orioles about the move.The Orioles have reinstated RHP Miguel Gonzalez from the 15-day DL and he will make tonight’s start at TB. RHP Josh Stinson has been DFA.— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) June 17, 2014Please follow and like us:
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