The 28 member train on squad is in intensive training camp at Goroka in Eastern Highlands Province as they prepare for the World Cup.24 girls are attending Goroka Grammar School, a private school near their camp at the National Sports Institute (NSI) while four of them are working at Pacific Gardens Hotel.For some it is a continuation of their schooling and for others it is a second chance at an education.Coach Lisa Cole said this week that she was looking forward to working with the team to ensure they balanced their training and education.She said training did not mean that they had made the team but she is setting a benchmark for them to keep fit so they move from one level to another.She added that each and every player has two aims and that is to make the final team and be in the first 11.
Source: Electrek Source: Electric Vehicles Magazine Yeah, yeah – the media describes every new vehicle with an electric motor as a Tesla competitor, even if it’s a scooter or a bulldozer. However, not every automaker dares to call out Tesla by name, so let’s give Polestar points for audacity.Polestar, Volvo’s performance-cum-electric brand, has released an image of its upcoming all-electric Polestar 2 sedan, and described it as a Tesla Model 3 competitor.Polestar announced its first vehicle, the Polestar 1, two years ago, a good-looking but expensive PHEV. We’ve heard little about it since, but Polestar now says that it will enter production later this year.Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath told Electrek that the Polestar 2, which will be unveiled “in the coming weeks,” will be a low-volume car that will go into production in 2020 with a starting price around €40,000 ($49,300).This first pure EV from Polestar and Volvo will be a four-door fastback body style, with around 300 miles of range and 400 hp of power. It will be “available on subscription.”“We are not saying it’s a Tesla killer [but] we are here to vividly compete with them in the market,” Ingenlath said.