POLAND: Infrastructure manager PKP PLK has unveiled the design concept for an extensive modernisation of Warszawa Zachodnia station planned for 2019-21. The designs have been developed by Idom and Glebowski Studio, and aim to improve capacity to handle a predicted doubling of usage to 60 000 passengers per day by 2030.The track layout is to be revised to increase line capacity and reduce conflicting movements. An additional platform will be provided, a new overall roof built, and a new underpass provided to improve passenger flows. There would be an integrated rail, tram, bus and coach interchange, and a tram tunnel is to be built as part of new line from Wilanów. There will also be residential and office developments on a former freight yard.
Canada’s Shemar Rathan-Mayes is clobbered by the defense of Batang Gilas’ Kai Sotto and Carl Tamayo. FIBA MANILA – Batang Gilas bowed out of the 2018 FIBA U-17 World Cup after a 62-102 loss to Canada in the round-of-16 on Wednesday night (Thursday in Manila) at the Newell’s Old Boys in Rosario, France.Matthew Alexander Moncrieffe led Canada with double-double 22 points and 11 rebounds. Benjamin Nathaniel Krikke and Luka Sakota had 13 and 10 points, respectively.Ilonggo Gerry Abadiano finished with 19 points for the Philippines. Kai Sotto added 16 points and eight rebounds while Raven Cortez contributed 10 points.Canada waxed hot early with a 14-0 start courtesy of inside hits by Moncrieffe. Abadiano finally put Batang Gilas on the board with three free throws but Canada pulled away anew with 12-4 run for a 26-7 lead. The Canadians were not threatened – Moncrieffe, Krikke and Sakota found a way around the defense of Batang Gilas for Canada to lead by as much as 40 points in the second half.With the defeat, the Philippine U-17 basketball squad of head coach Michael Oliver was relegated to the classification round where it will try to salvage at least a ninth place.“It was tough but I am proud of how my players responded,” Oliver said. “We will try to salvage at least a ninth place here in the World Cup.”/PN
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Red Bull are heading to Austria after private testing their new 2020 spec car at Silverstone.
Mercedes and Ferrari have already been doing testing with drivers so that they can get used to the new vehicles.