The No. 11 men’s golf team will tee off in its first spring competition at the 22nd Annual Amer Ari Invitational at King’s Course in Waikoloa, Hawaii on Wednesday.USC will compete in a field of 20 teams, including No. 1 ranked Texas, No. 3 Auburn, No. 5 North Florida and reigning NCAA-champion Augusta State.Under par · Senior Steve Lim is one of many Trojans hoping to start the spring season off on the right foot. The team finished No. 11 in 2011. – Photo courtesy of USC Sports InformationThe tournament is the team’s first since November 2011, when USC closed out its fall schedule by winning the Gifford Collegiate Championship in San Martin, Calif. Senior Steve Lim earned his first career individual victory at the event, which the Trojans won by four strokes overall.The Gifford Collegiate Championship was one of three events USC competed in last fall.Though it’s been two months since the team last entered a competitive tournament, their expectations remain just as high as before the hiatus.“We’re coming off quite a long break, but the good news is we have a lot of motivated guys on the team who worked hard over winter break,” USC coach Chris Zambri said.After winning the Pac-10 championship in 2011, the team is hoping that its success will continue carrying over to the inaugural Pac-12 2011-2012 season.Junior Martin Trainer, who won the 2011 Pac-10 individual champion title and was named an All-Pac-10 first team member last year, should further bolster the veteran Trojan team even though he ranks at the bottom of the six-man squad with an average of 73.11 strokes.Two-time All-Pac 10 second teamer Lim comes into Waikoloa leading the team with an average of 71.22 strokes and is ranked 24th individually. Freshman Anthony Paolucci ranks second on the USC squad, with an average of 71.89 strokes. Sophomores Jeffrey Kang and Ramsey Sahyoun are averaging 72.56 and 72.67 respectively. Junior Sam Smith is averaging 72.50.For sixth-year coach Zambri, the road to the first Pac-12 championship begins with the Amer Ari Invitational.“Our expectations are to go out and compete for a title here,” Zambri said.In his first five years as coach, Zambri has reached the NCAA championships every season and has won two Pac-10 titles along the way.Six of the top-12 NCAA teams, including USC, are members of the Pac-12 — No. 2 Oregon, No. 4 UCLA, No. 7 Stanford, No. 10 Washington and No. 12 California.No. 1 Texas comes into the invitational wielding the top two players in the country, senior Dylan Frittelli and freshman Jordan Spieth.“They had a dominant fall,” Zambri said.USC is scheduled to compete in five tournaments after the Amer Ari Invitational. At the end of the season the Trojans will host the NCAA Championships at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades.The Amer Ari Invitational begins at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday and ends Saturday.
Djossou “Agoy” Basile, the Beninois opponent of Rilwan “Baby Face” Babatunde for the West African Boxing Union (WABU) welterweight title bout scheduled for GOtv Boxing Night 14, has vowed to reduce the Nigerian to pulp.The fight, along with six others, will hold at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Lagos, on 14 April.Basile, whose fightinh record is impressive, said he is aware that Baby Face is unbeaten, a record he is coming to end. “I will crush him like paper waste. I know he has not been defeated, but that is because he has been fighting his mates. I am not his mate. In terms of boxing, I am his father. A father can whip his son whenever the son is naughty,” Basile said through an interpreter at the weekend.Similarly, scheduled to be in action at the event is Nigeria’s Waidi “Skoro” Usman, who is scheduled to take on Kenya’s Michael “Shaka” Nyawade for the African Boxing Union featherweight title.In yet another title fight, Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu will attempt to win the national lightweight title when he takes on Kazeem “Ijoba” Badmus.Also in the lightweight category, ABU champion, Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph will face Prince “Lion” Nwoye in a challenge bout.In the cruiserweight division, Ramon “Hyena” Razak will clash with Abiodun “Finito” Afini, while Chukwuebuka “Wise King” Ezewudo will fight Semiu ” Jagaban” Olapade in the super middleweight category. The event will also see Majesty Maduka up against Sulaimon Adeosun.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
One of the characteristics in which we look more when buying a camera, is in its resolution. Every year, cameras and even those with mobile phones, have many improvements that allow us to capture the most realistic images. However, none of them are able to recreate the image that we can see. Image: iStock To get a camera to capture the same images we see through our eyes, it would have to be 576 megapixels, but even so, the image we would capture would not reach the sharpness we are able to see.A camera, even if it has a good lens and one of the best sensors, cannot be compared with all the complex features and elements that make up an eye. In addition, there are also different factors that affect our vision and that with a camera would be impossible to recreate.Our vision can capture an image of 576 megapixelsAn example of this is the morphology of our eyes. This morphology allows us to correctly see the things that are in front of us at all times, while the surroundings look more blurred. In addition, there are other factors that decrease the quality of our vision at some times, such as the blind spots of our eyes or the part of our nose that makes us always have things in between.That said, we can confirm that the resolution that our eyes capture varies at any moment and that although our vision can capture an image at 576 megapixels, at other points it can be compared with a resolution of only 7. This fact although it may seem a bit odd It has its logic: everything we observe is transmitted directly to the brain and continuously, so even if we see in some moments we see badly, what we perceive is a processed and correct image of reality. One of the things we look at in a camera is its resolutionThe resolution of a camera cannot be compared with that of the eyes