Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 13501 South Post Oak Road

Jun 17, 2019
Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 13501 South Post Oak Road
Charged have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man at 13501 South Post Oak Road about 11:55 p.m. on Thursday (June 6).  

The suspect, Anthony Dewayne Conway, Jr. (b/m, 21), is charged with capital murder in the 230th State District Court.  He is accused in the shooting of Enrique Ramirez-Ayala, 49, who died at the scene.  

A booking photo of Conway, Jr. is attached to this news release.  

HPD Homicide Division Sergeants M. Miller, T. Simmons and Detective S. Jimenez reported:  

Mr. Ramirez-Ayala was walking to his vehicle, parked at a convenience store at the above address, when he was robbed.  During the robbery, Ramirez-Ayala was shot at least once and died at the scene.  

The suspect fled the scene eastbound on Willomine Way in a vehicle described as a white Hyundai Sonata.  

Further investigation identified Conway, Jr. as the suspect in this case and on Thursday (June 13), he was taken into custody without incident.    
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Clasificación Mundial FIFA/Coca-Cola: Suben las grandes y Bélgica amplía su ventaja

Jun 17, 2019
Varios gigantes del fútbol internacional han conseguido importantes avances en la última edición de la Clasificación Mundial FIFA/Coca-Cola.
Continúa el reinado de la selección belga (1.ª, sin cambios) que aumenta su ventaja sobre Francia (2.ª, sin cambios) gracias a sus victorias frente a Kazajistán y Escocia en los clasificatorios para la Eurocopa. No obstante, ha habido mucho movimiento en las 20 primeras posiciones. Por ejemplo, Portugal (5.ª, +2) ha escalado hasta el quinto puesto tras coronarse campeona de la Liga de Naciones de la UEFA frente a Holanda (14.ª, +2), cuyo segundo puesto le permite seguir avanzando en la clasificación.
Por otro lado, hemos contemplado el ascenso de tres ex campeonas del mundo. Tanto el combinado español (7.º, +2) como el germano (11.º, +2) y la selección italiana (14.ª, +3) siguen al alza tras sus buenos resultados en los clasificatorios para la Eurocopa.
Además de los anteriores, ha habido muchos más éxitos, como el caso de Austria (26.ª, +8), Irlanda del Norte (28.ª, +5), República Checa (41.ª, +7), Hungría (42.ª, +9), Armenia (97.ª, +9) y Malasia (159.ª, +9) que avanzan a paso veloz en el ranking. Finalmente, felicitamos a Senegal (22.ª, +1) y Kosovo (121.ª, +6), que han alcanzado su mejor puesto hasta la fecha.

Haga clic aquí para acceder a la clasificación completa.

La próxima Clasificación Mundial FIFA/Coca-Cola se publicará el próximo 25 de julio.
Líder Bélgica (sin cambios)
Entran en el grupo de las diez mejores Ninguna
Salen del grupo de las diez mejores Ninguna
Total de partidos disputados 139
Selecciones que disputaron más partidos Malaui (6 partidos)
Selección que ganó más puntos Kosovo (+25)
Selección que escaló más puestos Armenia, Hungría, Malasia (+9 cada una)
Selección que perdió más puntos Bulgaria (–31)
Selección que perdió más puestos Grecia (–9)
Nuevas selecciones en la tabla Ninguna
Selecciones que ya no figuran en la tabla Ninguna
Selecciones inactivas/no clasificadas Ninguna
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Jun 17, 2019

UFC’s First-Ever Talent Evaluation Event to Debut with Opening of New UFC Performance Institute® in Shanghai

LAS VEGAS – UFC®, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, today announced it will launch UFC Academy Combine, the company’s first-ever talent evaluation event that will offer athletes a platform to showcase their skills and abilities for a potential career in MMA.

The inaugural UFC Academy Combine will take place in Shanghai, China on Monday, June 17 and Tuesday, June 18, in conjunction with the opening of the new 93,000 square foot UFC Performance Institute in the city’s Jing’An district. The event will be invite only and host approximately 50 athletes.

Athletes from the UFC Academy Combine will also have the opportunity to receive a scholarship into UFC Academy, an MMA talent development program created and managed by the UFC Performance Institute®.   

“The UFC Academy Combine has been developed to support the assessment of MMA talent using a series of skill-based evaluations, profiling exams, and physical performance tests,” said Dr. Duncan French, UFC Vice President of Performance – UFC Performance Institute. “The first iteration of the UFC Academy Combine will be structured so we can conduct it ‘in-house’ at one of our facilities. The larger vision is to then develop a ‘field-based’ version of the combine, which can be implemented anywhere around the world and generate scores for comparison between MMA fighters from different countries.”

The inaugural UFC Academy Combine will be a two-day showcase in which a total of 72 individual metrics will be collected from the participating athletes. Each test will sit within one of 12 categories, including anthropometry; clinical evaluation; cognitive evaluation; grappling; striking; wrestling; alatic energy production; mechanical power; strength; lactic energy production; combat agility; and reaction/cognitive processing. 

Athletes will move between different ‘stations’ in order to complete the combine evaluation. Multiple tests will be running in parallel at any given time across both floors of the facility in order to allow for the completion of all tests. On each day of the event, athletes will be grouped together and move through a pre-designed schedule of testing.

The scoring system to be utilized at the combine will be designed so that clear comparisons can be made between individual fighters at the level of each test in each category, ultimately leading to an overall UFC Academy combine ranking for each athlete. Combine results will influence and shape the trajectory of an athlete’s development within UFC Academy.

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