SANTA CLARA — Scrolling through the NFL reception leaders in search of a 49ers player is enough to get a repetitive strain injury. Click down past the top 10 … past the top 20 … past the three Los Angeles Rams … and aha!There’s tight end George Kittle, tied at No. 42 (with 23 catches). For an actual 49ers wideout you have to keep drilling all the way down to No. 83, Pierre Garcon (16 catches).This wasn’t the way it was supposed be, obviously, and hardly the recipe for a team preparing to duel …
The final 23 players for the 32 squads competing in South Africa’s 2010 Fifa World Cup were announced after the deadline for confirmed teams passed on 1 June. Get the low-down on the 736 footballers who will be battling it out for the sport’s biggest trophy from 11 June to 11 July.More statistics on the 32 teams 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP: FIRST STAGE GROUPS Group A South Africa Mexico Uruguay FranceGroup B Argentina Nigeria South Korea GreeceGroup C England USA Algeria SloveniaGroup D Germany Australia Serbia GhanaGroup E Netherlands Denmark Japan CameroonGroup F Italy Paraguay New Zealand SlovakiaGroup G Brazil North Korea Côte d’Ivoire PortugalGroup H Spain Switzerland Honduras Chile GROUP FITALY Coach: Marcello Lippi # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperGianluigi Buffon28 January 1978 (aged 32)100Juventus2GoalkeeperFederico Marchetti7 February 1983 (aged 27)4Cagliari3GoalkeeperMorgan De Sanctis27 March 1977 (aged 33)3Napoli4DefenderSalvatore Bocchetti30 November 1986 (aged 23)3Genoa5DefenderLeonardo Bonucci1 May 1987 (aged 23)1Bari6DefenderFabio Cannavaro (captain)13 September 1973 (aged 36)132Juventus7DefenderGiorgio Chiellini14 August 1984 (aged 25)28Juventus8DefenderDomenico Criscito30 December 1986 (aged 23)5Genoa9DefenderChristian Maggio11 February 1982 (aged 28)3Napoli10DefenderGianluca Zambrotta19 February 1977 (aged 33)92Milan11MidfielderMauro Camoranesi4 October 1976 (aged 33)53Juventus12MidfielderDaniele De Rossi24 July 1983 (aged 26)52Roma13MidfielderGennaro Gattuso9 January 1978 (aged 32)71Milan14MidfielderClaudio Marchisio19 January 1986 (aged 24)3Juventus15MidfielderRiccardo Montolivo18 January 1985 (aged 25)12Fiorentina16MidfielderAngelo Palombo25 September 1981 (aged 28)15Sampdoria17MidfielderSimone Pepe30 August 1983 (aged 26)13Udinese18MidfielderAndrea Pirlo19 May 1979 (aged 31)65Milan19ForwardAntonio Di Natale13 February 1979 (aged 31)31Udinese20ForwardAlberto Gilardino5 July 1982 (aged 27)39Fiorentina21ForwardVincenzo Iaquinta21 November 1979 (aged 30)35Juventus22ForwardGiampaolo Pazzini2 August 1984 (aged 25)6Sampdoria23ForwardFabio Quagliarella31 January 1983 (aged 27)18Napoli PARAGUAY Coach: Gerardo Martino # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperJusto Villar30 June 1977 (aged 32)71Real Valladolid2GoalkeeperAldo Bobadilla20 April 1976 (aged 34)18Independiente Medellín3GoalkeeperDiego Barreto16 July 1981 (aged 28)2Cerro Porteño4DefenderDenis Caniza (captain)29 August 1974 (aged 35)95León5DefenderPaulo da Silva1 February 1980 (aged 30)67Sunderland6DefenderCarlos Bonet2 October 1977 (aged 32)60Olimpia7DefenderJulio César Cáceres5 October 1979 (aged 30)59Atlético Mineiro8DefenderDarío Verón26 June 1979 (aged 30)27UNAM9DefenderClaudio Morel Rodríguez2 February 1978 (aged 32)25Boca Juniors10DefenderAureliano Torres16 June 1982 (aged 27)25San Lorenzo11DefenderAntolín Alcaraz30 July 1982 (aged 27)5Club Brugge12MidfielderÉdgar Barreto15 July 1984 (aged 25)47Atalanta13MidfielderCristian Riveros16 October 1982 (aged 27)45Cruz Azul14MidfielderEnrique Vera10 March 1979 (aged 31)25LDU Quito15MidfielderVíctor Cáceres25 March 1985 (aged 25)25Libertad16MidfielderJonathan Santana19 October 1981 (aged 28)21Wolfsburg17MidfielderNéstor Ortigoza7 October 1984 (aged 25)3Argentinos Juniors18ForwardRoque Santa Cruz16 August 1981 (aged 28)66Manchester City19ForwardNelson Valdez28 November 1983 (aged 26)38Borussia Dortmund20ForwardOscar Cardozo20 May 1983 (aged 27)29Benfica21ForwardÉdgar Benítez8 November 1987 (aged 22)12Pachuca22ForwardRodolfo Gamarra10 December 1988 (aged 21)2Libertad23ForwardLucas Barrios13 November 1984 (aged 25)0Borussia Dortmund NEW ZEALAND Coach: Ricki Herbert # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperMark Paston13 December 1976 (age 33)22Wellington Phoenix2DefenderBen Sigmund3 February 1981 (age 29)14Wellington Phoenix3DefenderTony Lochhead12 January 1982 (age 28)28Wellington Phoenix4DefenderWinston Reid3 July 1988 (age 21)2Midtjylland5DefenderIvan Vicelich3 September 1976 (age 33)66Auckland City6DefenderRyan Nelsen (captain)18 October 1977 (age 32)40Blackburn Rovers7MidfielderSimon Elliott10 June 1974 (age 35)62Unattached8MidfielderTim Brown6 March 1981 (age 29)25Wellington Phoenix9ForwardShane Smeltz29 September 1981 (age 28)29Gold Coast United10ForwardChris Killen8 October 1981 (age 28)31Middlesbrough11MidfielderLeo Bertos20 December 1981 (age 28)33Wellington Phoenix12GoalkeeperGlen Moss19 January 1983 (age 27)15Melbourne Victory13MidfielderAndy Barron24 December 1980 (age 29)11Team Wellington14ForwardRory Fallon20 March 1982 (age 28)6Plymouth Argyle15MidfielderMichael McGlinchey7 January 1987 (age 23)5Motherwell16MidfielderAaron Clapham1 January 1987 (age 23)0Canterbury United17MidfielderDavid Mulligan24 March 1982 (age 28)25Unattached18DefenderAndrew Boyens18 September 1983 (age 26)15New York Red Bulls19DefenderTommy Smith31 March 1990 (age 20)3Ipswich Town20ForwardChris Wood7 December 1991 (age 18)8West Bromwich Albion21MidfielderJeremy Christie22 May 1983 (age 27)21Tampa Bay22MidfielderJeremy Brockie7 October 1987 (age 22)17Newcastle Jets23GoalkeeperJames Bannatyne30 June 1975 (age 34)3Team Wellington SLOVAKIA Coach: Vladimír Weiss # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperJán Mucha5 December 1982 (aged 27)14Legia Warszawa2GoalkeeperDušan Kuciak21 May 1985 (aged 25)2FC Vaslui3GoalkeeperDušan Perniš28 November 1984 (aged 25)1Dundee United4DefenderRadoslav Zabavník16 September 1980 (aged 29)42Mainz5DefenderMarek Čech26 January 1983 (aged 27)38West Bromwich Albion6DefenderMartin Petráš2 November 1979 (aged 30)38Cesena7DefenderMartin Škrtel15 December 1984 (aged 25)37Liverpool8DefenderJán Ďurica10 December 1981 (aged 28)35Hannover 969DefenderPeter Pekarík30 October 1986 (aged 23)19Wolfsburg10DefenderKornel Saláta4 January 1985 (aged 25)3Slovan Bratislava11MidfielderMarek Hamšík (captain)27 July 1987 (aged 22)30Napoli12MidfielderStanislav Šesták16 December 1982 (aged 27)29Bochum13MidfielderMarek Sapara31 July 1982 (aged 27)24Ankaragücü14MidfielderJán Kozák22 April 1980 (aged 30)22Timişoara15MidfielderZdeno Štrba9 June 1976 (aged 34)20Skoda Xanthi16MidfielderMiroslav Stoch19 October 1989 (aged 20)10Twente17MidfielderKamil Kopúnek18 May 1984 (aged 26)7Spartak Trnava18MidfielderVladimír Weiss30 November 1989 (aged 20)7Bolton Wanderers19MidfielderJuraj Kucka26 February 1987 (aged 23)5Sparta Prague20ForwardRóbert Vittek1 April 1982 (aged 28)69Ankaragücü21ForwardFilip Hološko17 January 1984 (aged 26)37Beşiktaş22ForwardMartin Jakubko26 February 1980 (aged 30)21Saturn Moscow23ForwardErik Jendrišek26 October 1986 (aged 23)13KaiserslauternPREVIOUS: GROUP E << • >> NEXT: GROUP G
The tiny house movement got an early Christmas present this year: a place in the country’s dominant model building code.Members of the International Code Council, the group that publishes the International Residential Code, have approved a proposed standard written specifically for houses smaller than 400 square feet. It’s the first time these very small dwellings have been covered by the model building code, and a major boost for the loosely knit coalition of builders and homeowners advocating a lifestyle based on downsizing and simplifying.The victory comes in the form of an appendix to the next version of the IRC, which could be adopted by local jurisdictions in 2018. The standard covers details such as minimum loft dimensions, stairways, landing platforms, loft guards, and emergency openings — areas where tiny houses have been unable to meet code provisions for standard-sized homes.Andrew Morrison, a builder and tiny house advocate who led the effort to get tiny houses covered in the code, made the announcement at his website, TinyHouseBuild.com, on Dec. 6.“As you can likely imagine, I am more than completely, utterly, and totally excited to share the news that the tiny house appendix passed,” Morrison wrote. “This is huge news for the tiny house community. It means that we will be able to work towards adoption across the U.S. now. That’s another challenge that will take a lot of effort, but we can do it!” Why Tiny Houses Make Sense From Fine Homebuilding: The Path to Legal Tiny Houses/ From Fine Homebuilding: The Big Deal About Tiny HousesTiny Houses Get a Leg Up in ArizonaTiny Houses Replace Tents for HomelessLumber Store Chain Now Offers Tiny HousesLittle Houses Are a Big Step for Dallas HomelessTiny Houses to the Rescue RELATED ARTICLES Appendix must be adopted separatelyMorrison and other advocates still have some lobbying to do. Jurisdictions adopting the 2018 IRC don’t automatically endorse the appendix covering tiny houses, Morrison said. That’s one of the quirks of the system.“You can take them or you don’t have to,” he said of any appendices attached to new versions of the IRC. “Our goal is to get all of the jurisdictions that we can to adopt the appendix, and then after that, or maybe simultaneously to that, will be to write the moveable tiny houses proposal and get that moving through the next code cycle for the 2021 IRC.”The IRC is updated every three years, but it takes years for new versions to filter their way into law. Although Morrison and others are looking ahead to the 2018 code, many states are still using versions of the IRC from 2012 and even 2009. Morrison, who lives in a 317-square-foot house on wheels in Oregon with his wife Gabriella and their daughter, said more than 162,000 votes were cast in the electronic balloting on the dozens of code changes up for approval. (Gabriella Morrison wrote about their house in a blog at GBA last year.)Vote totals weren’t posted at the ICC website, and the ICC did not return a telephone message seeking comment. The results must still certified. In a blog posted at Fine Homebuilding in November, Morrison wrote the issue of code compliance was moving to the front burner as more people built or purchased tiny houses.The houses have become increasingly popular, not only on the part of homeowners who want cheaper, smaller places to live, but also by communities looking for alternatives to low-income housing and new ways to beef up existing housing stock. Where tiny houses go from herePassage of the appendix is a major step toward encouraging more people to build tiny houses, Morrison said in a telephone interview.“Exactly how it will play out I don’t know, but basically it provides a national code for tiny houses,” he said. “The biggest impact is going to be the number of people who have wanted to build something tiny but haven’t been able to do so legally. I think it’s going to open a big market for those people to step into the tiny house concept and build tiny houses all over the country — legally.”One issue that isn’t quite settled is what many tiny houses are built on — a trailer. The new standard does not address that directly, leaving it up to individual homeowners to convince local building officials to permit a moveable house.“That’s going to be our next move in the next code cycle,” Morrison said. “We’re going to put another appendix that addresses moveable tiny houses. That said, [the appendix] addresses basically all of the issues that people with moveable tiny houses have — ceiling heights, sleeping lofts, emergency rescue and escape — all those sorts of things. The only thing it doesn’t cover is the trailer itself.”Applicants will be able to seek local approval through Section R104.11 of the IRC, which permits alternative designs and materials.“They could go in with an engineered plan for their foundation, i.e. the trailer, and that would be their only hiccup or hurtle they would have to prove to the building department that was worthy of acceptance,” Morrison said.
Carl Jammes Martin hasn’t fought outside his hometown of Ifugao Province until Saturday night.Martin, an up-and-comer in the bantamweight division, should get used to the national spotlight after putting on a masterclass in a three-round demolition of Thailand’s Petchchorhae Kokietgym.ADVERTISEMENT US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town UAAP men’s volleyball: FEU slams NU, UE denies UP The 19-year-old Martin, who showed little respect for Kokietgym, earned a TKO win after the bout was stopped at the end of the third round.Martin scored two knockdowns, first in the opening round while the other in the third after Kokietgym got caught with a short left in front of his corner.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesMartin, a native of Lagawe, Ifugao, extended his undefeated start to 12-0 with 11 knockouts.Kokietgym, who seemed afraid to let his hands go, dropped to 17-3, 8 knockouts. View comments Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games02:42PH 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 City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte
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