BHP to pay $840 million to end Chilean coal power supply contracts early

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Chilean copper mines Escondida and Spence, controlled by BHP, will jointly pay $840 million for an early end to a contract signed in 2008 with a coal-fired thermoelectric plant in the north of the country.BHP, like other mining companies in Chile, has been migrating its energy contracts to renewable sources to reduce its carbon footprint.In a letter to the local securities regulator on Friday night, power company AES Gener – a unit of AES Corp – said that the end of the agreement signed with its Angamos plant was modified to August 2021.The coal-burning contracts had been scheduled to end in 2026 at Spence and 2029 at Escondida.“The agreements are subject to certain resolution conditions which, if any one of them is met, no later than August 31, 2020,” said AES Gener.Escondida, the world’s largest copper mine, will have to disburse $730 million in nine installments from August 2021 and Spence $109.6 million at the end of August this year.[Fabian Fambero]More: BHP to pay $840 million for early end to thermoelectric contract in Chile BHP to pay $840 million to end Chilean coal power supply contracts earlylast_img read more

Metallrente expands insurance consortium for workers protection

first_img“The consulting expertise of our new partner will help us supply additional provisions to protect the workers even more widely, ” said Heribert Karch, managing director at MetallRente.Karch is convinced that additional state benefits in the case of a reduction of earning capacity and providing security for disabilities “are more important than ever”.He added: “The cooperation with insurance companies has always been part of our philosophy, in order to broadly diversify possible risks and to make our offers available to many companies and employees.” Heribert Karch, MetallRenteMetallRente, which was founded in 2001 as a joint institution between the two social partners Gesamtmetall and IG Metall, offers company and private pensions.Members in the steel, wood and plastics, as well as textile and clothing industries, plus IT and metal and electronics sectors, have joined MetallRente after the conclusion of collective wage agreements.VKB, a regional insurer, will start consulting services in January 2021, said Klaus G. Leyh, management board member at the firm.“With our multi-channel sales, we are well positioned to persuade customers with the MetallRente offer for workers’ protection,” Leyh explained.Robert Heene, board member at VKB, responsible for life insurance, added that VKB fits in MetallRente’s consortium for its expertise on disability and workers insurance.Swiss Life Germany, which leads the consortium of insurers for MetallRente in the segment of workers protection, welcomed VBK as a new partner.“We can reach even more employees in the industries covered by MetallRente with the necessary financial protection against incapacity for work, employment and protection of basic skills, ” CEO Jörg Arnold said.Looking for IPE’s latest magazine? Read the digital edition here. German industry-wide pension fund Metallrente has expanded its insurance companies consortium by adding Versicherungskammer Bayern – VKB.Insurers Allianz, Ergo, R + V and Swiss Life are also part of the group.MetallRente provides disability and incapacity pension products to employees as part of their company pension scheme and other private offers.Public insurer VKB has generated premium income totalling €8.7bn in 2019. It operates in Bavaria, the Palatinate, Saarland, Berlin and Brandenburg.last_img read more

The Latest: UNC fall sports still on despite remote learning

first_imgThe Latest: UNC fall sports still on despite remote learning Associated Press Johnson announced on Twitter that he’ll sit out the season and focus on completing his master’s degree in criminal justice in December.The Southeastern Conference allows players to opt out of the season because of COVID-19 and remain on scholarship.Johnson started all 12 games last season, allowing only one sack. His father, David, was hospitalized this summer because of the virus.“I will be forever grateful for my time here at Ole Miss,” Johnson wrote Sunday night on Twitter. “God bless and Hotty Toddy.”___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Kansas City Chiefs will limit capacity of Arrowhead Stadium to 22% when they begin defense of their Super Bowl title, which equates to about 17,000 fans at what is considered one of the toughest environments in the NFL.The club announced its plans along with ticketing information for its first three games on Monday after consulting with officials from The University of Kansas Health System. Tickets will be sold in “grouped pods of seats” beginning next week. Only the first three home games — against the Texans, Patriots and Raiders — will go on sale initially to season ticket holders. The Chiefs said guidance from local and public health officials will determine capacity all the season.While the Chiefs plan to allow tailgating, fans will be limited to the area directly behind their vehicle and with fans who have tickets in their pods. They are encouraged to wear face coverings, which are mandatory inside the stadium, and to use proper social distancing throughout game days.___ The teams that were invited to participate this year will be invited next year instead.There is no decision yet on how to allocate the CONCACAF Champions League slot that typically goes to the tournament champion.___Kansas State will allow 25% capacity at its football stadium for games this season after getting approval Monday from the county commission. That means a maximum crowd of just under 15,000 fans.The Big 12 Conference is allowing schools to set their own attendance policies based on local jurisdictions. Due to the situation surrounding COVID-19, the United States Tennis Association has canceled all national junior events through Oct. 12.The USTA also has canceled all adult Category 1 events, comprising the Adult, Open, Family, and Age divisions, through the end of the year.The decision to cancel was made to ensure the health and safety of all those involved since interstate travel required for the tournaments carries an increased risk of contracting the disease. The USTA said different regulations, restrictions and quarantine periods at the sites of the events and in the home states of the players were considered. ___ Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn says his players have had 33 positive tests for COVID-19 this summer.Malzahn says one staff member also tested positive earlier this summer. The Tigers and other Southeastern Conference teams opened preseason camp Monday ahead of a season scheduled to start on Sept. 26.Malzahn says Auburn had no positive tests last week, but four players are still going through the testing protocols. He expects results back by the end of the week.He says the school has administered 863 tests among players, an average of more than seven times each. Staffers have had five tests each.Linebacker Chandler Wooten and backup defensive back Traivon Leonard have opted out playing this season. The school announced the move to online-only instruction on Monday after reporting four coronavirus clusters involving student housing or a fraternity since Friday. UNC’s athletics department later issued a statement saying athletes will continue to take classes online and be able to participate in workouts while following safety protocols.Athletes can choose to remain in current residences either on or off the Chapel Hill campus.UNC is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, which has announced plans to begin its football and other fall sports seasons the week of Sept. 7.“We still are expecting to play this fall, and we will continue to evaluate the situation in coordination with the university, the ACC, state and local officials, and health officials,” UNC’s athletics department said in the statement. “The health and safety of our student-athletes, coaches and staff, and community remains our priority.”___center_img There will be no fans at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium for NFL and MLS games played in September. The Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United say the coronavirus pandemic forced the decision.The teams say they will continue to collaborate with local and national health officials before deciding on the possibility for fans in games after September.The Falcons will play at least two home games without fans — against Seattle on Sept. 13 and against Chicago on Sept. 27.“The health and safety of our fans is our top priority,” said Steve Cannon, CEO of the Falcons and Atlanta United owner Arthur Blank’s sports and entertainment group. Cannon said the decision was made “after thoughtful consideration and collaboration.”Atlanta United previously announced there would be no fans for three games: Aug. 22 against Nashville SC, Aug. 29 against Orlando City SC and Sept. 2 against Inter Miami CF. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The University of North Carolina says it still plans to play sports this fall after canceling in-person undergraduate classes in favor of remote instruction amid the coronavirus pandemic. ___Furman of the Division I Southern Conference is postponing all fall nonconference sports due to the coronavirus pandemic.Athletic director Jason Donnelly said Monday the decision came after last week’s announcement that the league was pushing all its fall conference athletic competition and championships to the spring. Furman plays football in the Championship Subdivision.Donnelly says the school in Greenville, South Carolina, made the decision to protect the health and safety of student-athletes, coaches and staff, and fans.___ The Riley County Commission reviewed the rest of Kansas State’s return-to-play protocols, too. Fans will be required to wear face coverings where 6 feet of social distancing cannot be maintained. Tailgating will not be permitted in parking lots controlled by the school. There will be no reentry. There also will be hand sanitizing stations and other protective measures.One plus for fans: With the elimination of tailgating and reentry, the school will allow beer and wine to be purchased in general seating sections for the first time. Alcohol sales had been limited to luxury suites.___The CFL has canceled its 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It marks the first year the Grey Cup won’t be presented since 1919.The nine-team league announced the move Monday, dashing hopes of a shortened season in the hub city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The decision comes after the CFL couldn’t solve a number of issues in an effort to try to salvage a season. ___Soccer’s U.S. Open Cup has been canceled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The 2020 tournament was suspended in early March shortly before it was supposed to kick off. The final was to be held on either Sept. 22 or 23.Officially called the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, it is the longest-running soccer tournament in the United States and gives amateur teams a chance to take on the pros, setting up the chance for an intriguing Cinderella team to advance far into the tournament. The winner earns a spot in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football’s Champions League.The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Monday that the Open Cup couldn’t be staged this year because the pandemic affected teams’ ability to travel, limited or eliminated fans at games, and necessitated strict testing protocols. “Our league governors decided today it is in the best long-term interests of the CFL to concentrate on the future,” Commissioner Randy Ambrosie said in a statement.“We are absolutely committed to 2021, to the future of our league and the pursuit of our vision of a bigger, stronger, more global CFL.”Unlike other major leagues in North America, the CFL does not have the luxury of a billion-dollar television contract. While its deal with TSN has become more lucrative over the years, the CFL remains a gate-driven league — a major problem when fans aren’t allowed in the stands.___Mississippi starting center Eli Johnson says he won’t play football this season. August 17, 2020last_img read more

Clippers reportedly eyeing LA sites for new arena

first_imgESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz first reported the Clippers’ exploration.A spokesperson for the Clippers declined to comment, but the team’s dissatisfaction with its current situation is no secret. The Clippers and Lakers are the only NBA teams that share an arena, with the NHL’s Kings also calling Staples Center home.From the Clippers’ decision to cover the Lakers’ championship banners during home games to the griping about the weekend afternoon start times, life as the third tenant at Staples Center has come with some problems.The Clippers’ locker room, which was significantly smaller than that of the Lakers, is being renovated and expanded this summer.They also are missing out on the financial benefits of owning and operating their own arena. Ballmer has rejected the suggestion the Clippers might move out of town. After paying $2 billion for the team in 2014, he has insisted that value was largely dependent on the team’s location in Los Angeles.At the GeekWire Sports Tech Summit in Seattle earlier this month, Ballmer doubled down on his commitment to keep the team in L.A.“The Clippers are not going anywhere, ever,” he said. “I will die owning the L.A. Clippers in Los Angeles.”The Clippers have played in Staples Center since 1999. They recently relocated their business offices out of Staples Center and into a new location downtown. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img The Clippers’ lease at Staples Center ends in 2024, and owner Steve Ballmer has vowed to explore alternatives.The organization has taken preliminary steps toward the splashiest alternative — owning and operating its own arena in the Los Angeles area.The organization has interest in at least three areas — the West side of Los Angeles, Inglewood near the new home of the Rams and downtown Los Angeles. Orange County doesn’t appear to be an option at this time.last_img read more

SANTA ANITA’S 2016 SPRING MEETING TO OPEN THURSDAY, MAY 5; 40 DAY STAND TO INCLUDE 16 GRADED STAKES, HIGHLIGHTED BY THE GRADE I, $500,000 GOLD CUP AT SANTA ANITA ON JUNE 25

first_imgKENTUCKY DERBY FESTIVITIES ABOUND ON SATURDAY, MAY 7, AS GATES OPEN AT 7:15 A.M.; FREE INFIELD GENERAL ADMISSION AND PARKING VIA GATE 6 OFFERED EACH WEEKEND –Sunday, May 8                                         First post time at 12:30 p.m.Mother’s Day Brunch offered in Turf Terrace (sold out). Three-time Eclipse Award Champion Beholder is expected to make her 2016 debut in the Grade III, $100,000 Adoration Stakes for fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.                For more information on Santa Anita’s 2016 Spring Meet and Kentucky Derby Day, Saturday, May 7, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE. –Thursday, May 5First post time at 2 p.m., admission gates open at 11:30 a.m. Thursday’s feature is the Grade II, $200,000 Royal Heroine Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf. –Kentucky Oaks Day, Friday, May 6First live race post time at 2 p.m. Admission gates open at 7:15 a.m. and early wagering will be offered in the Paddock Room. All other areas open 11:30 a.m. Friday’s main event is the Grade III, $100,000 American Stakes for 3-year-olds and up at one mile on turf. Approximate post time for the Kentucky Oaks is at 2:49 p.m. PDT. center_img ARCADIA, Calif. (May 1, 2016)–Santa Anita’s 40-day Spring Meeting will get underway on Thursday, May 5, with first post time set for 2 p.m. On Saturday, May 7, Santa Anita Park will be the place to be as The Great Race Place will host the biggest Kentucky Derby Party west of Louisville, with admission gates opening at 7:15 a.m.Santa Anita will offer fans and horsemen a total of 16 graded stakes over the 40-day stand, with the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita, for three year olds and up at a mile and a quarter on June 25, highlighting a full complement of world class racing that will run through closing day on July 10.With the closing of Hollywood Park in December, 2013, Santa Anita will be conducting its third Spring Meet on a Thursday through Sunday basis, with the exceptions of Memorial Day racing on Monday, May 30 and Independence Day racing on Monday, July 4.OPENING WEEK SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE –Kentucky Derby Day, Saturday, May 7                   First live race post time at 12 noon, admission gates open at 7:15 a.m.Kentucky Derby post time (approximate), 3:34 p.m. PDTKROQ Infield Beer Festival, Kentucky Derby Hat Contest, Derby Guest Chef Series in the Chandelier Room and Derby Trackside Package. (Please visit santaanita.com for more information). FREE INFIELD GENERAL ADMISSION AND PARKING, VIA GATE 6, TO BE OFFERED EACH WEEKEND.Outstanding Derby Day live racing card to be highlighted by Grade III, $100,000 Senorita Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at one mile on turf. Saturday’s co-feature is the $75,000 Desert Code Stakes Stakes for 3-year-olds at 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course. last_img read more

SKY IS THE LIMIT AS uPILOT WIN DLDC WILD GEESE IRISH WHISKEY AWARD

first_imgCategory winners in the recent DLDC Wild Geese Whiskey Awards.Innovation and job creation were to the fore as three start-up businesses emerged as winners at the DLDC Wild Geese Irish Whiskey 2014 awards.They were uPilot from Annagry, which makes flight simulators; outdoor adventure company Unique Ascent from Dungloe; and Rathmore Mechanical Services from Ballyshannon.Each of the businesses got a cheque for €500 and now goes forward to the regional enterprise awards in Cavan in June. The presentation of the awards took place in the Central Hotel in Donegal Town on Friday night.There was a special award for outstanding achievement for Diane Harvey and D’s School of Motoring and Training in Killybegs. She also received €500.Twelve businesses were shortlisted for the awards out of hundreds set up under the Back to Work Enterprise Allowance scheme, operated by Donegal Local Development Company. All the businesses have been started by people who were out of work or made redundant.Louise Brogan, enterprise co-ordinator with DLDC, said it was a night to celebrate the achievements of people who’d come through tough times and developed viable sustainable businesses. “The awards have brought twelve Donegal businesses into the limelight but there are many more that could also have been on the shortlist. This is about giving hope to people who are unemployed and saying there’s something out there for them.”The awards were presented by Aaron Maugham from the sponsor of the awards, The Wild Geese Irish Whiskey Company. Speakers at the award ceremony also included Michael Conway of Ardara, who won the overall Enterprise Award in 2011; James Cassidy of the Healthwise Pharmacy group; Caoimhin MacAoidh, DLDC chief executive; and marketer Nicola Lacey, who acted as MC.uPilot Teoranta, set up by John Paul Boyle and Kevin Boyle, uses cutting-edge technology in developing flight simulators. At the moment they’re developing a Boeing 727-800 series simulator.Unique Ascent, operated by Iain Miller, takes people to explore Donegal’s most beautiful, remote and wild places, and has created ten part-time jobs. Rathmore Mechanical Services, set up by Diarmaid Whoriskey with business partner TJ O’Mahoney, has employed between six and twelve people since starting in 2009. It offers heating, plumbing, air-conditioning and other services.If you’re unemployed or have recently been made redundant, you can take a business idea – from IT to hairdressing – to Louise and her colleagues at DLDC. Contact Louise on 07497 23368 or at [email protected] For more information about The Wild Geese Irish Whiskey visit www.thewildgeesecollection.com or contact Aaron Maughan on +44 (0) 8700 339 866, +44 (0) 7760 388 276 or [email protected] shortlisted companies were – Aoife Dorrian, Shining Stars Montessori and crèche, Letterkenny; Kerry Harvey, Design Your Moments, Donegal Town; Diane Harvey, D’s School of Motoring and Training, Killybegs; Iain Miller, Unique Ascent – Outdoor Adventure Company, Dungloe; John Paul Boyle and Kevin Boyle, uPilot Teoranta, Annagry; Andrew Montgomery, Dano’s Petshop, Stranorlar; Yvonne Gallagher, Flour Pot cafe/restaurant/home catering, Laghey; Diarmaid Whoriskey, Rathmore Mechanical Services, Ballyshannon; Amy Slevin, hair salon, Ballybofey; Aiden McGuirk, neuromuscular therapist, Letterkenny; Selena Hosford, home baker, Milford; and Aoife Nielsen, online t-shirt/hoodie and gift printing business, Donegal Town.SKY IS THE LIMIT AS uPILOT WIN DLDC WILD GEESE IRISH WHISKEY AWARD was last modified: April 15th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DLDCWIld Geese Whiskey Awardslast_img read more

Hunter Pence, Gregor Blanco lead rally, Madison Bumgarner drills walk-off single

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO–Throughout the year, the Giants have celebrated their 60th anniversary in San Francisco by welcoming back legends and heroes from all of their memorable teams.The franchise honored World Series clubs, division title winners and record-setters like Barry Bonds with pregame ceremonies on the field. During Tuesday’s 5-4, 12-inning win over the Padres, a pair of veteran outfielders threw their own tribute.Pending free agents Hunter Pence and Gregor Blanco will soon wave goodbye to …last_img read more

Go to the Roach, Thou Robotics Designer

first_imgMost of us can’t step on them fast enough, but of cockroaches, engineers at Johns Hopkins say “the pesky critters are excellent role models” – for robotics.  Classroom exercises include building obstacle courses for cockroaches and observing how they use their antennae to navigate, even in the dark.  Said one student, experienced in trying to build robots that can navigate based on perception, “Every time I looked at the images of the runs, I was in awe of the cockroaches’ agility and speed.”    The story by Stefan Lovgren in National Geographic News says engineers want to learn how the insects achieve rapid locomotion control.  Cockroaches can sweep their antenna up and down and side to side when standing still to survey their surroundings, but hold them steady when running.  Like radar, the antenna give them a continuous status report on their surroundings.    Some day, artificial cockroachbots may be able to crawl inside collapsed buildings looking for trapped people, or explore battlefields for missing soldiers.  Actual robotics applications mimicking the antennae are “extraordinarily limited” to date, the article says: “But scientists are increasingly looking at some of nature’s solutions to help them overcome several of the problems that hamper progress using traditional engineering methods” (emphasis added).    By the way, a team at Northwestern is using a different biological model system for study: rat’s whiskers.“The vermin have become our role models” sounds like something a cynical talk show host might say.  But in the context of this story, it’s an interesting insight into design right under our feet.  Who would have thought that lowly and despised critters scurrying about in our yards (and, to our disgust sometimes, our homes) are providing scientists with a sense of awe over their engineered capabilities?    We humans are justly proud of our Mars rovers that struggle about at two inches per second and manage to avoid obstacles, but just imagine: if we could mount cameras and radio transmitters on cockroaches and release a batch out there, you can bet every nook and cranny on the whole planet would be explored in short order.    Scientists are justified to envy “nature’s solutions” and try to imitate them (although “nature” is not a person).  How scientists can stand in awe of the robotics capabilities of a cockroach or rat, and then turn around and say these technologies came about by the accumulation of accidents, is illogical in the extreme.  Let’s learn the true lesson of biomimetics: the world has a Designer with vastly superior engineering skills than ours.  Logic would continue that if He knows this much about rapid locomotion control, He must also have a lot of other things to teach us.(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Between the Rows kicks off the 2017 season

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ben Klick, Stark CountyI am a fifth generation farmer with Windy Way farms near Massilon. I work full time on the farm with my dad and grandfather. We are a grain and beef operation. It is a half rural half metropolitan area. We feed beef cattle and raise corn, soybeans, wheat, and hay.When I got out of high school we wanted to expand the diversity and we had two bank barns and retrofitted them to make them suitable for feeding more cattle. Last year we built new monoslope barns to feed Holstein cattle and some colored cattle. We enjoy feeding cattle and we think we have a sustainable market for them. We raise our own crops and bedding and mix our own feed so we can be self-sufficient. It is easier to build a barn and feed cattle than it is to pick up farm ground.With as many cows as we are feeding, we are planting more corn to feed them. We feed around 50,000 bushels of our own corn a year. We grow a lot of wheat for bedding that we need. We fall seed hay after wheat too.We sell soybeans as a cash crop. We have four semis that run up north to the processors and we haul commodities for a couple local feed mills and dairy farms. We have our hands in a little bit of everything. In this day and age you have to either have an off farm job or you have to be diversified.We have some sand and gravel bottom ground that we no-till but a lot of our heavier soils we are more conventional till. We have a lot of manure to deal with and we still have the chisel plow to incorporate that.For the rest of this week’s reports, click here.last_img read more

Belangel stars as Ateneo completes UAAP juniors sweep

first_imgFor the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Read Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City AFP official booed out of forum 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises He finished with 31 points, seven rebounds, and three steals to carry Ateneo to an outright Finals berth.Dave Ildefonso chipped in 16 markers and six boards, while Kai Sotto posted a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds on top of three blocks.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMiguel Oczon led NU with 17 points and seven rebounds, while Rhayyan Amsali added 13 points and nine boards in the defeat.The Bullpups remain in second place with an 11-3 record as they will have a twice-to-beat advantage in the stepladder semifinals. Meanwhile, University of Santo Tomas stayed in the semifinals hunt after taking down defending champion and third-running Far Eastern University-Diliman, 64-62, while Adamson beat La Salle-Zobel, 75-51.Finishing the elimination round with similar 7-7 slates, UST and Adamson will dispute the last Final Four spot.MVP frontrunner CJ Cansino didn’t want his final year to end in a whimper, collecting 26 points, nine rebounds, and five assists.University of the East also stunned UP Integrated School, 94-85 to cap off its campaign with a victory.ADVERTISEMENT NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers MOST READ Earthquake, wind and fire: extreme conditions hit Olympics SJ Belangel. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSJ Belangel took charge when it mattered the most to lift Ateneo over Nazareth School of National University, 78-68, for a perfect 14-0 sweep in the UAAP Season 80 juniors basketball tournament Sunday at the Blue Eagle Gym.The 19-year-old point guard fired 12 points in the last three minutes as the Blue Eagles held off a late fightback by the Bullpups.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more