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2011-06-19 00:02:34

Competitive Sports Analysis (http://www.competitivesportsanalysis.com), a software company that provides highly accurate predictive data analysis for fantasy sports players, today announced that Dr. Joel Sokol and David Eckoff have joined the Competitive Sports Analysis (CSA) Advisory Board. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 18, 2011 Dr. Joel Sokol is an associate professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering and who specializes...

2009-05-02 19:12:50

Russia will have high-speed passenger train service between St. Petersburg and Moscow by the end of the year, officials say. ITAR-TASS reported the train was expected to set a speed record by traveling nearly 171 miles per hour during test runs Saturday. The German-made Sapsan's maximum operating speed will be about 154 miles per hour. The test runs are expected to last until December with the first regular run between St. Petersburg and Moscow scheduled before year's end. The train will...

2006-03-19 11:08:48

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Workmen digging a hole above a Moscow underground train line drove a concrete pillar into the roof of a moving train, Russian officials said on Sunday. No one on the train was hurt. A fire broke out after the impact but all passengers were evacuated, said Emergencies Ministry spokesman Viktor Beltsov. Prosecutors said they had begun a criminal investigation into suspected violations of the building safety code, the Interfax news agency reported. "Preliminary...

2006-03-19 08:20:32

MOSCOW (Reuters) - All passengers escaped unhurt on Sunday after part of the tunnel roof in Moscow's underground system came loose and fell onto a moving train, emergency services said on Sunday. "All the passengers have been evacuated. The evacuation is complete. There were no casualties," said Emergencies Ministry spokesman Viktor Beltsov. "There are two groups of workers down in the tunnel and they are clearing up the rubble, and cutting through the reinforced concrete," he...


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