Hudson fights off injuries to get silver at World Para Champs

first_imgShane Hudson, Jamaica’s lone medallist at the recently concluded World Para Athletics Championships in London, said he was very surprised by his performances at the meet.Hudson won silver in the men’s 400m T47 event in 49.60 seconds behind Gunther Matzinger of Austria, who won the gold in 49.35 at the July 14-23 meet. At a function to honour him for his achievement at the Jamaica Olympic Association head office yesterday, Hudson said:”I am feeling great for this because it shows that hard work and determination pay off. I was surprised by my performance at the championships because I was having a lot of injuries going into the meet, and I didn’t really start full training until the last week in March.”He added that the competition was not very difficult because he has always competed against the athletes in London, so he knew that he would have won a medal.”I think I could have done better if I had just relaxed on that top curve, but that is just how it goes sometimes. I think this will boost my career a lot because I finished fourth last year in Rio de Janeiro,” he said.David Richards, manager of Jamaica’s Paralympic team to London, said that despite only winning one medal at the meet, the athletes tried their best.”The performances were a bit below par because we were expecting more medals.”There is room for improvement, most definitely, but at the end of the day, Shane came out with a medal for us,” he said.Richards added that Hudson had tried very hard to get gold.”He fought gallantly for that gold medal, and coming down to the 130 metres mark, you saw that he was giving it his all, but at the end, the Austrian guy was very good in his technique,” Richards said.robert.bailey@gleanerjm.comlast_img read more

The EU FLEGT VPA in violation of FPIC?

first_imgLastweek, I raised the issue of dissent within the NTC Executive body and the possibility that the IDB might be implicated in fuelling this fissure between Toshaos who are promoting an APA agenda and the others. If this is found to be true, then it can be interpreted as the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) defence in light of its failure to efficiently disburse funds under the Forest and Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF), to Amerindian communities.However, the IDB is not the only international organisation which has failed time and again to adapt to the needs of and challenges faced by indigenous communities. The United Nations offices in Guyana, in the different projects they have undertaken, have also demonstrated varying degrees of inflexibility and negligence for on-the-ground realities which collide with their international guidelines and practices.While it is understood that international organisations function on the basis of mandatory financial and operational standards, one sometimes feel that these principles do not leave space for the specificities of the contexts in which partnerships with subject stakeholders are executed.Such might again be the case of the European Union Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (EU FLEGT) Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA). The VPA is a bilateral agreement between the EU and the engaging country, in this case, Guyana, which comprises an export market for timber.Most naturally, if stakeholder demands are not examined and negotiated into an agreement, there can be no partnership between the Government of Guyana and the EU. Well at least not legally.Amerindians, being inhabitants of and depending directly on our rainforest for their livelihood, survival and cultural preservation, are stakeholders of this partnership, being represented through the Indigenous Peoples Affairs Ministry, the NTC and civil organisations. Since 2012, conditions for implementing the VPA in keeping with indigenous rights were being discussed among stakeholders.Yet, the draft VPA appears to omit most of these conditions, and subsequently presents significant inconsistencies with the Laws of Guyana. The NTC highlighted these concerns, reminding that despite having committed to observing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN) guidelines on indigenous livelihood, the draft VPA has fallen short of these frameworks.Among these anomalies, is the possibility of lumber being removed from indigenous communities without their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC). FPIC continues to be at the heart of rights violations regardless of the actor involved, and for the simple reason that information by itself is power.Another objection cited was the short time frame allotted to the finalisation of the VPA, which is believed to be a deliberate move to limit stakeholder participation and input. If this is the case, then not only will the EU be disregarding international frameworks on indigenous rights, but so will the Government of Guyana.The role of the Government is crucial in ensuring that the Constitutional and specific indigenous rights of Amerindians are respected by international organisations and all other stakeholders to Guyana’s development.Failure to comply with procedural and qualitative requirements of legal and internationally frameworks on indigenous rights by international organisations, is conducive to deficiencies and other legal gaps in the establishment of partnerships, putting the minority indigenous population at risk. Here, both the Government and EU will be culpable of violating indigenous rights, especially if FPIC is not being adhered to in the VPA process.In this particular case, where it is the sustainable economic development of Guyana that is at stake, several conventions protect indigenous peoples’ rights, including the International Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), both of which were ratified by Guyana and consequently legally binding. Therefore, instead of rushing through the VPA process at the expense of Amerindians, it is recommended that the principle of FPIC guide the discussions among stakeholders.Amidst the dissatisfaction expressed by Amerindians in light of the turn the VPA discussions have taken, as well as irregularities in the implementation of other projects under bilateral partnerships, we must question the level of commitment from international organisations to respect national legal structures, as well as the international frameworks which guarantee our rights, particularly indigenous rights, in Guyana. But au finale, the Government is to be held fully accountable for any rights violation committed by international organisations, as it is responsible for the security and well-being of its people.last_img read more

AFC Councillor calls for road maintenance in Region 2

first_imgGovernment Councillor Naithram is calling on the Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) administration to fix the countless potholes along the main public road in Region Two rather than depending on the Ministry of Public Infrastructure to act.Naithram, who was at the time speaking at the region’s monthly statutory Regional Democratic Council (RDC) meeting last Monday, pointed to the situation which he said, is worsening daily.Government Councilor, Naithram“I am of the view that these holes can be fixed by the regional administration’s roads department. Why wait till it get worst and then more money will be spending” the Councillor said.He said too that drivers and commuters traversing the roads are complaining and there have been no improvements to date. Naithram also highlighted the deplorable conditions of the roads in the Charity Housing Scheme and other such schemes within the region.In response, Head of the Region Two RDC, Devanand Ramdatt, explained that several emails were sent to the subject Minister, David Patterson, highlighting the issue. Ramdatt added that in August 2016, an email was written to Minister Patterson for the upgrading of the Onderneeming access road and several other roads and to date, no positive response has been forthcoming. He reminded that residents on the Essequibo Coast have also recently protested over the deplorable road conditions.The condition of one of the community roadsDuring interviews conducted by Guyana Times, many concerned residents from various villages called for the upgrading of their streets and access roads. Several streets in the communities of Golden Fleece, Johanna Cecila, Anna Regina, Perseverance, Lima, Charity, Suddie, Riverstown, and Zorg are in urgent need of maintenance.last_img read more

To Dorrell’s delight, receivers catch on

first_imgThat was part of Coach Karl Dorrell’s message after Saturday’s scrimmage. “I saw a lot more consistency in the receivers than we’ve had in previous scrimmages we’ve had,” Dorrell said. “I feel good about that group. That’s a good, solid group.” The Bruins were not plagued by drops – although Rasshan, in his second week as a receiver after making the move from quarterback, dropped a potential touchdown pass – and several players came up with series-prolonging catches in traffic. Everett and Cowan are the only ones with more than 30 catches in a season. But receivers coach Eric Scott said the rotation will be tighter than a year ago, when then-receivers coach D.J. McCarthy substituted two or three receivers after almost every play. That caused some receivers to complain to Dorrell about how they were used. Snead is coming on Although UCLA didn’t throw to tight end William Snead (or any tight ends) in the scrimmage, it doesn’t mean the Bruins are down on him. In fact, it’s quite the opposite when discussing the converted defensive lineman. “He’s a physical, athletic player,” tight ends coach Angus McClure said. “I think he has many talents. I’ve seen him improve in his run game. I’ve seen him improve with his routes. He’s very versatile.” The 6-foot-5, 240-pound Snead caught two passes last season, and will be UCLA’s No. 2 tight end behind Logan Paulsen. Family matter Bruins reserve defensive tackle Jerzy Siewierski’s grandfather, Jack Turrentine, was in stable but critical condition at the UCLA Medical Center on Sunday, a day after collapsing at the end of the scrimmage in the Drake Stadium stands. According to several sources present when Turrentine collapsed, he lost consciousness and stopped breathing. He was resuscitated by paramedics before being transported to a hospital, the sources added. Battle at tackle Aleksey Lanis spent part of the UCLA scrimmage playing right tackle with the first offense, but offensive line coach Bob Connelly said that was no reflection of the play of Brian Abraham. “Abraham has had a good camp, and Aleksey has had a very good camp,” Connelly said. “They both are doing what they’re being asked to do. They’re both experienced players and they’re both going to play a lot.” Alabama star arrested Alabama star cornerback Simeon Castille was arrested early Sunday on a disorderly conduct charge. Tuscaloosa police spokesman Capt. Greg Kosloff said Castille was arrested in an entertainment district near campus. He was taken to the Tuscaloosa County Jail and released after posting bond. Through team spokesman Jeff Purinton, Coach Nick Saban said he didn’t have all the facts of the case and would deal with the situation “internally.” Castille was one of the top defensive backs in the Southeastern Conference last season. He led Alabama with five interceptions and three fumble recoveries. Coach’s son moves up Colorado quarterback Cody Hawkins, son of Coach Dan Hawkins, has moved to the top of the team’s depth chart. Cody Hawkins has been competing with junior college transfer Nick Nelson for the Buffaloes’ starting job. Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Mark Helfrich said the redshirt freshman moved up because of his consistent play. “He makes almost every routine play and that’s a big deal as a quarterback – just making every play that’s there,” Helfrich said. “And then the difference-maker-type plays, those are the ones you have to make a majority of to be on the greater side of good. Cody has worked toward that.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Brian Dohn STAFF WRITER There is Marcus Everett, Brandon Breazell and Joe Cowan. Gavin Ketchum, Terrence Austin and Osaar Rasshan are behind them. Even Dominique Johnson should play this season, meaning UCLA’s receiving corps could go seven deep. And while there might not be the one guy who can turn any touch into a touchdown, the depth of the unit should be a strength for the Bruins. last_img read more

Johnson snares all-around title

first_imgFrom news services The entire arena serenaded Shawn Johnson with applause, and a United Nations worth of gymnasts paid her homage. “Congratulations,” her coach told her, “you’re the world champion.” She soaked it all in with a big smile of wonder and delight, accepting the cheers with the grace of the queen she now is. But it wasn’t until she finally saw her parents and felt their arms wrapped around her that the magnitude of what she’d accomplished hit. Johnson won the all-around title at the World Gymnastics Championships Friday in Stuttgart, Germany, capping a magnificent, whirlwind year with a performance full of megawatt-powered jumps and smiles. And only 11 months away, the Beijing Olympics. “They just said, `I’m so proud of you,’ and, `Enjoy every moment of it because it’s real,”‘ the American star said, unable to stop smiling. “I just broke down. I started crying. I couldn’t stop.” She finished with 61.875 points, a comfortable 1.25 ahead of Romania’s Steliana Nistor. Jade Barbosa of Brazil and last year’s champion, Vanessa Ferrari of Italy, tied for third. Jurisprudence An 18-year-old will spend the rest of his life in prison for the stabbing deaths of two employees at a restaurant owned by Detroit Red Wings defenseman Chris Chelios. Justin Blackshere, of Detroit, was sentenced to life without parole for the Jan. 2 slayings. The former busboy at Cheli’s Chili Bar was convicted last month on two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of chef Mark Barnard, 52, and restaurant manager Megan Soroka, 49. ETC.: Two dozen people, including professional female boxer Cindy Serrano, were charged in an undercover investigation of two New York gyms suspected of peddling steroids and other drugs to aspiring boxers, body builders and other clients. Hockey Ducks forward Samuel Pahlsson underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia, General Manager Brian Burke said. The 29-year-old Pahlsson had eight goals and 18 assists last season and added 12 points during the playoffs as the Ducks won their first Stanley Cup. He had the operation on Wednesday in Philadelphia, Burke said, and is expected to be sidelined for three to five weeks. Training camp opens Tuesday. The same doctor, Bill Meyer, performed a similar operation on Ducks goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere on Aug. 6. Giguere is expected to be ready to go when camp opens. ETC.: Former Stanley Cup-winning goalie Tom Barrasso was hired as the Carolina Hurricanes’ director of goaltender development. Basketball Memphis Grizzlies center Darko Milicic was fined nearly $14,000 by FIBA for a profanity-laced tirade at referees following Serbia’s defeat at the European basketball championship. Milicic, who signed a three-year deal with the Grizzlies in the offseason, made the comments – directed at referees Fabio Facchini, Virginijus Dovidavicius and Stelian Banica – following Serbia’s 68-67 loss to Greece on Tuesday. Serbia finished last in Group A, winless in three games for its worst finish in the tournament since its maiden appearance as Yugoslavia in 1947. Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace and coach Marc Iavaroni called Milicic to communicate their displeasure about the comments, The Commercial Appeal of Memphis reported. ETC.: Philadelphia 76ers center Samuel Dalembert has a stress fracture in his left foot, but is expected to participate when the team opens training camp in early October. … Tamika Catchings could start rehabilitation on her injured foot in about six weeks. Her complete recovery from a torn Achilles tendon that cost the Indiana Fever a chance at their first WNBA championship appearance will six to nine months. … Oklahoma State lost its only experienced frontcourt player when Kenny Cooper decided to transfer. Soccer Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed a three-year contract, ending speculation he may leave the club at the end of the season. The 57-year-old Wenger’s current agreement was to expire in June, prompting reports that he may quit. He is now set to become Arsenal’s longest-serving manager if he stays through the end of the contract in 2011. ETC.: Steven Gerrard will play in England’s European Championship qualifying match against Israel today despite a broken toe. The participation of his fellow midfielder Owen Hargreaves is still in doubt, however. … Italy forward Luca Toni is out and France captain Patrick Vieira is in for today’s Euro qualifier. Track and field American Sanya Richards set a season-best time in the 400 meters at the Weltklasse Golden League meet in Zurich, Switzerland. Richards won in 49.36 seconds on the new Letzigrund track, which organizers billed as “the fastest in the world.” Novlene Williams of Jamaica, bronze medalist at the world championships, was second in 50.85, and Amy Mbacke Thiam of Senegal was third in 50.95. Cycling Germany’s Erik Zabel won a sprint finish in Zaragoza, Spain, to take the seventh stage, and Vladimir Efimkin retained the overall lead at the Spanish Vuelta. Discovery Channel rider Allan Davis raised his arms in celebration after crossing the line with Zabel, but the Team Milram sprinter edged him to win the 109.5-mile stage in 3 hours, 52 minutes, 55 seconds. Efimkin, of the Caisse d’Epargne team, kept his 1:06 lead over Denis Menchov of Rabobank with an overall time of 28:26:56. Boxing The event scheduled for next Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas has been cancelled because of an injury suffered by Juan Manuel Marquez, who was to have defended his super featherweight title against Rocky Juarez in the main event. ETC.: Junior Witter retained his WBC light-welterweight belt by stopping Vivian Harris in the seventh round at Doncaster, England. Witter improved his record to 36-1-2. Beach volleyball Elaine Youngs and Jenny Johnson Jordan defeated Kerri Walsh and April Ross, 23-21, 14-21, 15-11, in the women’s final of the AVP Las Vegas Gods and Goddesses of the Beach event in Las Vegas, where players rotate partners.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

Romelu Lukaku finalises new five-year Everton contract – talkSPORT Exclusive

first_imgEverton have finalised terms with Romelu Lukaku on a new long-term contract.The Belgian’s agent Mino Raiola told Jim White in an exclusive interview last month that his client was on the verge of extending his stay at Goodison Park.Now, talkSPORT has been told all terms have been legally agreed between Lukaku, Raiola and the club on an improved five-year contract.The deal will be signed off later this week – all that is left is for Everton chairman Bill Kenwright to add his signature to the paperwork.An announcement could be made by the Merseyside club as soon as Wednesday.Lukaku joined Everton from Chelsea for a club record £28million fee in 2014 after a successful spell on loan and has developed into one of the Premier League’s most lethal finishers.He is already the Toffees’ record Premier League goalscorer, having surpassed Duncan Ferguson’s 60-goal tally with a late strike in Sunday’s 3-2 defeat at Tottenham. 1 Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring for Everton last_img read more

Gorman on the mark as Orient overcome Southend

first_imgDALE GORMAN netted a late goal last night as Leyton Orient overcame Southend United at Brisbane Road last night in the Football League Trophy.The Letterkenny man struck with the final kick of the game as the O’s overcame League One side Southend.Orient boss Ross Emleton made a host of changes to his team with Gorman among seven players included for their first starts of the season. Dan Happe headed home the opening goal in the seventh minute as he connected with Jordan Maguire-Drew’s cross.Southend played the second half with ten men after Isaac Hutchinson was sent off for the visitors in the dying moments of the first period.It was only when Gorman riffled to the top corner, after getting onto James Alabi’s pass, that the win was safe.Gorman on the mark as Orient overcome Southend was last modified: September 4th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Dale GormanletterkennyLeyton OrientSouthend Unitedlast_img read more

Tottenham forget they’re at back at home with Champions League caption gaffe

first_img Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REVEALED But after more than a year-and-a-half away from White Hart Lane, old habits are dying hard in the video department.Tottenham are quite rightly pushing the highlights of their brilliant 1-0 Champions League quarter-final first leg win over Manchester City but one member of staff may not have got the memo about the stadium change.At the beginning of the SpursTV highlights, the clip has Wembley Stadium as the location for the game rather than the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.It’s an honest mistake – we’ve all done them – and we reckon there could have been some sore heads in the office given the new party atmosphere in the Park Lane’s Goal Line bar – the longest bar in Europe. 2 tense gameday cracker no dice ADVICE Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Tottenham Hotspur are loving their new stadium with two wins from their first two games, but it appears some staff are pining for temporary home, Wembley.Spurs are bedding in well back in N17 and their world-class arena, with the help of the fans, is creating quite the din. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions huge blow Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars center_img Spurs are back home but someone didn’t get the memo. Heung-min Son celebrates his winner at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium REPLY LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 2 REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT shining Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won BEST OF Given the fanfare to which the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been opened to – they had the Go Compare sing at the opening ceremony – we can’t imagine the mistake will be happening again.last_img read more

The 4 M’s of Attracting Investors to Your Startup

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Mark Suster is one of those unique venture capitalists in that he has experience as an entrepreneur prior to joining the VC world (or the “dark side” as he calls it). Twice, in fact. That’s why he calls his blog “Both Sides of the Table,” because he has literally sat at both sides of the negotiating table. It’s this experience as both an entrepreneur and a VC that provides him a fresh perspective on startups and the investment market, so what does Suster think are the most important factors to securing investment? Apparently, it comes down to four M’s.The first M Suster suggests is “momentum,” which is almost synonymous with “traction.” Investors want to see early growth – either in terms of users, deals or any number of metrics – that will likely continue or accelerate after an investment. This is why developing an early relationship with an investor is key, so they can see your growth over time, and not be forced to make a decision based on a snapshot in time.“Almost all VCs care about investing in big markets with ambitious teams. So NEVER talk about early exits, quick flips, tuck-in acquisitions, previous interest shown by acquirers, etc., during your meeting.”– Mark Suster“If you want to raise money from VCs you should see them early,” he says. “If I see your alpha product then I can judge how it develops over time. If you have 2 developers and the next time I see you it’s a team of 6 with a new head of products I can see momentum.”Second comes “management,” which Suster says accounts for 70% of his decision to invest (just 30% goes to the actual product or idea). He suggests that entrepreneurs place their biographical information early in their pitch so that investors may be “leaning forward for the rest of the presentation.”The third M? Market size. “Whether you’re talking with micro VCs, seed stage investors or series A,B investors they all want to believe that your company CAN be big one day,” he says. “Almost all VCs care about investing in big markets with ambitious teams. So NEVER talk about early exits, quick flips, tuck-in acquisitions, previous interest shown by acquirers, etc., during your meeting.”And finally, the last M that Suster believes is critical to attracting investors is “money,” which he says is “often misunderstood.” In the end, money is the most important thing to investors. Most, he says, want to own a significant chunk of your company, but may be willing to go smaller with other investors. It’s best, he adds, to be open and honest about how much ownership an investor is looking to achieve.Are any other M’s missing from Suster’s summation? Or are other things more important that don’t start with M? Let us know how you feel about attracting investors and what they look for in startups by leaving a comment below! Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#start#tips center_img chris cameron A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

Wikipedia Rolling Out Article Rating System – What Do You Think?

first_imgmarshall kirkpatrick Tags:#news#web That’s the funny thing about Wikipedia. More than six years ago, Wikipedia famously went head to head with the Encyclopedia Britannica in a study published in Nature magazine. The scientists who published the study found that in most, though not all, matters of fact and science – Wikipedia entries were superior to Britannica entries. That only begged the question: when they found areas the Wikipedia articles could be improved upon – did they hit the Edit button and do it? That was six years ago; the site has grown and improved substantially since then. It’s grown more trusted and more used. Not everyone likes it, of course. See the comments on my post about the Love button, for example: some commenters called Wikipedia elitist, agenda-driven, filled with convenient untruths and they called me naive for calling the site an incredible asset to humanity.We are, of course, all still figuring this internet thing out. Some of those critiques I would rate as low on objectivity but high on quality of writing, others as trustworthy but not terribly complete!On balance I’ll call Wikipedia a big democratic net positive, with regular flashes of brilliance. I look forward to expressing that opinion in one through five start, article by article, along with the millions of other opinionated people who regularly visit the site that strives for a neutral point of view.Wikipedia says that after an initial test on 100,000 articles, the rating feature will now be rolled out in 370,000 page increments until it is live across the 3.6 million articles written in English. Love it or hate it, you can’t say Wikipedia is slow to innovate. The giant encyclopedia site announced this weekend that it will now roll-out site-wide an article rating system that allows page visitors to rate an entry on a scale of 1 to 5 on trustworthiness, objectivity, completeness and quality of writing. Article raters have the option of self-identifying as a subject matter expert for whatever article they rate.Wikipedia says that after limited testing of the feature, user response has been overwhelmingly positive; readers have said they found the rating system useful, that they felt compelled to give feedback and have been shown increasingly likely to begin editing articles for the first time after using the rating tool. Data about article ratings is also made available for export and outside analysis under a Creative Commons license. The feature is limited to English Wikipedia for now.Late last month, Wikipedia introduced a Love Button – a simple way for site users to give each other feedback on contributions to the site. The organization said that positive feedback was a key factor in new Editors coming back to continue improving the site. Making that feedback as easy as possible to give and receive is an important part of the site’s strategy to keep new editors engaged.Rating articles looks like an even easier way for people to give feedback – and once you’ve started contributing that much, why not go a step further and improve the article you just rated? Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more