Denver, Colorado-based live-electronic outfit Nobide has officially released a new remix of SunSquabi’s “Chrysalis”, from the Colorado trio’s most recent album, Instinct. The track is available to stream now via major streaming platforms. The new remix release comes on the heels of the two bands’ Halloween performance at the Boulder Theater with Sunsquabi.Nobide has successfully been issuing singles over the last two years, with Nick Vann‘s edgy production, drummer Matt McElwain‘s driving rhythms, and saxophonist Tanner Fruit’s affinity for jazz and texture resulting in a genre-bending, fresh sound with every release.The Nobide “Chrysalis” remix comes as the latest installment of the ongoing Instinct REMIXES series, which includes reworked recordings of the music featured on the band’s 2019 album from artists including DMC World Champion turntablist Chris Karns (Pretty Lights), Late Night Radio and more.Listen to the Nobide remix of SunSquabi track “Chrysalis” below.Sunsquabi – “Chrysalis” [Nobide Remix]Before the Halloween show at the Boulder Theatre with Sunsquabi, Nobide sold out their first-ever Denver headlining show earlier this year after having supported acts like The Floozies, Michal Menert, and Spafford. After making serious waves at Summer Camp Music Festival, Sonic Bloom, Camp Bisco Music Festival, and Hulaween, the band is set to finish this year out strong with a New Year’s show at The Liberty in Telluride, CO. Tickets are available here.For more information on Nobide, head to the band’s website.For a list of upcoming SunSquabi tour dates, head here.
Energy Co-op of Vermont,The Energy Co-op of Vermont’s Co-op Solar hot water heating program has received the Vermont Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence for its contributions to protecting the environment, conserving energy, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Vermont Governor’s Awards (SEE STORY) were established in 1993 to ‘recognize the actions taken by Vermonters to conserve and protect natural resources, prevent pollution, and promote environmental sustainability.’ In 2012, the innovative solar program led to the installation of over 40 solar hot water systems in Chittenden County, keeping an estimated 70,000 lbs of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and saving Vermonters approximately $500,000 over the lifetime of the systems.Energy Co-op General Manager John Quinney and Program Coordinator Ben Griffin accepted the award on behalf of the Vermont residents, business owners and partners who participated in the 2012 program. Deb Markowitz, Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, presented the award at UVM’s Davis Center on Tuesday evening, May 14th saying ‘The Co-op Solar program was designed to make solar simple and affordable by forming strategic partnerships, negotiating volume discounts, and providing cost-effective financing to reduce the overall cost. Others are now using this model to promote solar installations around the state.’The Energy Co-op of Vermont also announced that the deadline for the 2013 Co-op Solar program has been extended until July 1st, due to the high level of interest in the program and the continued availability of state incentive funds. Since its launch in February, over 500 Vermonters have signed up for a free solar site assessment available through the program to see how much they can save by going solar. Senator Bernie Sanders shared high praise for the program at the 2013 kick-off event saying, ‘What is particularly exciting about this program is that people can move in this direction without spending any more money on their fuel bills than they currently are, because they’re going to pay off their loan from the credit union by reduced fuel costs. That is exactly the right direction to go.’The state of Vermont offers a $900 – $1200 incentive towards the installation of the Co-op Solar systems through its Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF). A federal tax credit of 30% brings the net cost down even further. Coupled with the discount through the Co-op, the cost of a typical system has been reduced by almost 50%. Financing is also available through local banks and credit unions, helping the solar systems to be installed with little to no upfront costs. ‘We are really excited about this program because we think that this is the kind of innovative marketing and innovative financing that solar hot water needs.’said Andrew Perchlik, Executive Director of CEDF.In addition to extending the program’s deadline, the service area has been expanded for 2013 and is open to any home or business owner in Northwestern and Central Vermont. A Co-op Solar open house will be held Saturday, May 18th in Shelburne from 10am to 2pm at Sunward Systems (6221 Shelburne Road, Suite 210), the Vermont-based manufacturer of the solar hot water systems. Attendees can learn more about how the solar systems work and sign up for the program. Other educational events are planned and will be taking place in the Co-op Solar communities. Interested participants can get more details and also sign up for a site assessment online at www.Co-opSolar.net(link is external). The Energy Co-op of Vermont is a member-owned cooperative, delivering fuel oil, kerosene and wood pellets, and offering the installation and servicing of efficient heating equipment to a membership of 2,100 Vermonters. For more information about the Co-op or its Co-op Solar program, or to schedule an interview, please contact Ben Griffin by phone at (802) 395-1388 or by email at [email protected](link sends e-mail).
Oct 12, 2020 Aug 25, 2020 30 July, 2018, Bridgetown/Geneva (Caribbean Development Bank Press Release) – The International Trade Centre (ITC) and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) have announced that they are scaling up their partnership to strengthen support for businesses across the Caribbean region. The announcement was made by CDB President, Dr. and ITC Executive Director, Arancha González during a meeting at CDB’s headquarters in Bridgetown, Barbados on July 27. During the meeting, Smith and González signed a partnership agreement, which confirms ITC as one of CDB’s key partners for the implementation of trade-led development projects in the Caribbean Region. While having collaborated on a number of projects for several years, it is the first time that the two organisations have formalised a partnership agreement. “This agreement represents the ITC and CDB’s shared vision for sustainable economic development in the Bank’s Borrowing Member Countries. Through this framework, we look forward to working collaboratively with ITC to implement innovative projects that will boost competitiveness and productivity, especially for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises,” said Dr. Smith. Aug 31, 2020 Belize economy contracts by 23.3% – CARICOM Business… LIAT to Resume Operations in November? – CARICOM… You may be interested in… Chairman of CDB’s Board of Governors, PM Keith Mitchell, pays official visit to Bank’s HeadquartersJune 23, 2017, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Dr. The Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), on Friday urged the institution to continue playing a role in accelerating the implementation of the development agenda for the Caribbean. “Together,…June 25, 2017In “Barbados”CDB President announces up to US$800M for disaster recovery, amid strong Bank performance in 2017February 7, 2018, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – President of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Dr. Wm. Warren Smith, today announced that the institution is making USD700 to 800 million (mn) available to help Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) recover from the impact of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The funding, which the Bank is…February 7, 2018In “CARICOM”International Trade Centre: A Remarkable Jamaican AchievementJamaican nationals have recorded a remarkable achievement at the International Trade Centre (ITC) located in Geneva, Switzerland. The United Nations (UN) Secretary General, António Guterres, last week announced that he had appointed Jamaican national, Mrs. Pamela Coke Hamilton, ITC Executive Director. Her appointment will be initially for 3 years. What…July 29, 2020In “Indepth”Share this on WhatsApp Cruise Ships Banned Until 2021- CARICOM Business News Aug 17, 2020 Guyana Waives Banking Fees for Rest of 2020 – CARICOM… ITC Executive Director, Arancha González said: “CDB has a track record of investing in projects that have an impact on people and businesses across the Caribbean. With this agreement ITC and CDB will be able to ensure that more micro, small and medium-sized enterprises are empowered to realise their potential and tap into regional and global value chains.” As a first step in the new partnership, the two organisations will explore and identify priority sectors and priority countries for interventions. Previous collaboration between ITC and CDB has resulted in successful projects in several countries and has covered areas including agriculture. One such example is the creation of a Trade Information Portal for The Bahamas, which has enabled exporters to better take advantage of opportunities in foreign markets. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading…
Enterprise Market President Liddie MartinezStaff ReportTwo Los Alamos women are named in the Albuquerque Journal “2020 Women in Business” published Tuesday in the Journal.Enterprise Bank & Trust Regional President Liddie Martinez is honored in the Businesswoman in Finance & Banking category and Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. Clark in the Businesswoman in Media category.This annual event celebrates the accomplishments of New Mexico’s women business leaders.Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. ClarkThe list of this year’s honorees include representatives from industries as wide-ranging as law, medicine, banking and media.Los Alamos Historian Nancy Bartlit nominated both Martinez and Clark for consideration in the “2020 Women in Business”.“This impressive collection of talented, driven and successful professionals is a tribute to how far women have come in the workplace in recent years and decades.”The roles of the women listed here have perhaps never been more important than today, as New Mexico’s economy is taking a battering from the ongoing pandemic. In each of their industries and in each of their roles, this year’s New Mexico Women in Business are part of the way forward – and we’ll need every ounce of drive, ingenuity and passion they have to move past this difficult chapter. –Albuquerque JournalTo view all of the women named in the Albuquerque Journal “2020 Women in Business” click here.
LEEDS, England, (Reuters) – Australia ripped through England to bowl the hosts out for 67 in their first innings on day two of the third Ashes test at Headingley — their lowest test innings score against Australia since 1948. Trailing 1-0 in the series, England were looking take advantage of good conditions to surpass Australia’s first innings score of 179.However, Jason Roy’s struggles continued as he fell early for nine, before Joe Root followed his golden duck at Lord’s by lasting one more ball on his home ground without scoring.Rory Burns went next, before England’s in-form batsman Ben Stokes, on eight, went for a shot he did not need to and edged to David Warner — one of four catches taken by the Australia opener. Coming out on 54-6 after the morning session, the wickets continued to fall as Chris Woakes was out first ball after lunch, with Australia making light work of the England tail to embarrass the hosts and open up a first innings lead of 112.Josh Hazlewood did the damage with the ball, taking 5-30 as Australia’s pacemen proved too hot to handle for England, who posted their 12th lowest test innings of all time, which lasted less than 28 overs.
PSC golf from The Billabong Golf BarMonday, March 3, Silky Oak – StablefordA deserted Silky Oak today and the course was in great condition, with fast greens and no way you could get a bad lie on the fairways. We have to thank John Player for looking after the lads today and he did a sterling job. We welcomed Chris Dodd back to the bar today minus his good mate Steve Croy who is unfortunately laid up waiting for an operation for a detached retina and broken nose due to shanked golf ball from one of his friends. If you could see how he looks you will never get in front of a golfer again, it is a terrible lesson to learn this way. We wish you a speedy recovery mate and look forward to seeing you soon.Friday’s top three (L-R): Jack Piercefield, Bob Philp and Chris Fletcher. The scores were quite good with a three-way count back on 36 points at the top that saw Owen Walkley, playing his best golf for a long time, coming in third, Chris Dodd taking second and Jack Piercefield taking the day’s honours in first.There were four ‘2’s coming from Mal Farquharson, John Burns and Doug Douglas (2).Wednesday, March 5, Green Valley – StablefordWe had nine groups playing today at our usual venue Green Valley, and we got off about 10 minutes early and were back in the clubhouse in just on four hours.The course was in great condition as always but the greens weren’t as fast as normal, which meant for the scribe anyway that some putts were left a little short much to the disgust of his playing partner, however we didn’t lose the day as it turned out all square.The scores were really good apart from our mate from Australia, John Burns, who had a whopping 13 points. I think we will have to get a NAGA prize for future competitions for scores like this one. No wonder him and his mate Thommo got rolled by Cottee and John Player in the challenge.Amazingly enough in nine groups there were no ‘2’s and that must be a first with that many players out there.We had a count back for sixth place between Auke and Roger Ison, both on 35 points, with Roger getting the nod, fifth place went to Greig Ritchie playing his best round of golf in a long time with 37 points, and again it was a count back for third and fourth on 39 with Eng Duangwaw taking fourth and her good friend Nichawan Khiaophuang (Sa) in third. Second place today went to Chris Dodd with a great 41 points, but not quite good enough to beat Owen Walkley who pipped him at the post with 42 points, his best round for a long time!Friday, March 7, Khao Kheow – StablefordHaving not played at Khao Kheow for quite some time it was a pleasant day out, even though there were a few late starters who had a night on the town and one too many sherbets.Chris Fletcher joined us today which turned out to be third time lucky for him. Every time he has tried before work seemed to get in the way. He did have some more luck on A7 with a great shot into the green which initially he thought was a bit short. He had us looking in the rough to the right of the green only for Martin Hayes to look in the hole and there it was for an eagle, a two for five points! Playing the scribe for a couple of ciders he jumped 5 points clear on that hole, but with a nothing on the last the Capt got him back with a birdie on the 18th to win by a couple of points overall.Larry Gamble had the round of his life with a fantastic 13 points all told I think he was glad to be on his way home the following day. Coming third was the eagle man Chris Fletcher with 35 points, second was Jack Piercefield with 36 and taking top spot was Capt Bob with 38 points and two ciders.Note: The Billabong Golf Bar is situated just off Siam Country Club Road looking straight down Lake Mabprachan. Give Bob a call on 082 204 3411.
There was action, and more action during the 2016 Kootenay Zone Gymnastics & Trampoline Championships this past weekend at the Glacier Gym Club.Two hundred and seventy gymnasts from Nelson, Trail, Castlegar, Creston, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Penticton and Golden competed for all around and event titles in the Girls Competitive Gymnastics Junior Olympic and Zone Levels, Trampoline Levels 1 & 2, Performance Plus Gymnastics and the High School Girls category.Glacier Gymnastics’ recent 12 member BC Provincial Championship team, continued their winning streak in the Junior Olympic Level 6 & 7 categories.In the Level 6, 13-14 years category, Teagan McTague claimed the All Around gold medal, just ahead of teammates Lily Taylor who won the silver medal and Gwen McCrory who took the bronze. In the Level 6, 11-12 years category, Dafni van Hellemond furthered her winning streak with an All Around silver medal finish.In the Level 6, 9-10 years category Glacier once again swept the All Around podium with Eden Bellman taking the gold medal, Shelbi van Hellemond the silver and in her first Level 6 competition, Olivia Bezaire won the bronze. And Provincial medalist Abby Majeski, won the bronze medal in both the floor and beam events.BC Winter Games and Provincial Champion, 11 year-old Brianne Stefani, successfully added new skills to her routines, winning the All Around gold in the Level 7 All Ages category. 15 year-old, Sara Tolles, earned the All Around bronze, with her powerful tumbling and graceful dance.And 14 year-old, Olivia Kelly netted the gold medal for her incredibly dynamic vault. (Detailed medal results for Junior Olympic Levels 6-7 below)In the trampoline Level 2 events, Zoe Crisfield secured the gold medal for her trampoline routine and silver on the double mini-trampoline event. Matthew Bullen won the gold for his double mini-tramp passes and silver for his sky high trampoline routine. And the Glacier Trampoline team, also won the 1st Place Team award.“We are very proud of our veteran Junior Olympic and trampoline competitors,” said Glacier Gymnastics Head Coach, Sandra Long.“They continue to lay down well executed routines in all their events, even with the addition of new skills.”Some of these athletes are preparing skills to move up to the next competitive level next season and this competition is a good venue to test out new routine formats, said Long.For six Glacier gymnasts, this was their first try at competing in the Junior Olympic Level 6 category. These girls rose to the challenge, winning 8 medals. In the 9-10 year category, Olivia Bezaire won silver on vault and bronze on bars and All Around.In the 11-12 year category, Ashlynn D’Alessandris collected the silver medal on floor, Brynn McTague earned the bronze on floor and Tehya Colbeck took the bronze for her beam routine. In the 13-14 year category, Mercedes Majeski claimed the bronze on the floor event and Amanda Schacher won bronze for her vault.Head Coach, Sandra Long, was very pleased with the results over the weekend. “Everyone is finishing off the season with very strong routine performances,” said Long.The Glacier Junior Olympic Level 6-7 and trampoline team both won the 1st Place Team Award edging out 7 other Zone teams. “It is a strong indicator of success for next season as all these athletes will be trying out for the 2017 BC Provincial Championships.”Long says that the hard-working and confident Glacier team members are raising the level of gymnastics being performed at the Nelson Club.“The up and coming competitive Glacier gymnasts and trampolinists look to these athletes for inspiration and role modeling and the effect was obvious in the results of the junior competitors on the weekend.”In the 8-9 year age-group, Ally Nicholson won the bronze All Around and a silver and bronze for the floor and bars events. Anouk Prud’homme, took the gold on floor and silver on vault. Simone Hildebrand earned silver medals on both the bars and floor events.Paityn Lake claimed bronze on vault. And Ava Anast also won bronze for her elegant beam routine.In the 10-11 year age-group, Raven Sperling, won the gold All Around and 2 golds for vault and bars. Tess Gordon, won silver All Around and bars, and bronze for vault and floor. Elsa Sollid tied for the All Around silver and also claimed silver for vault, beam and floor. Ella Taylor earned the All Around bronze and gold on beam. Sarah Robertson took home gold on floor. Fawn Herzig won 2 silvers for beam and floor. Kate May collected bronze in the beam event. And Chloe Diote won gold for her flawless bar routine.The Glacier coaching team is delighted with the performances of the team’s junior competitors. The Zone 1 Glacier Team won the 1st Place Team Award by a landslide.“Their dedicated training has paid off for them,” says Long.The Glacier High School Girls Team also won the 1st Place Team Award.In the High School Level 1 category, Ryley Thompson won gold All Around and bars, silver on vault, bronze on floor. Emma Lake claimed the silver All Around and gold on vault. Fiona Burkholder won silver on vault and beam and bronze on floor.Jersey Hay earned bronze on beam. Mya Buchanan won silver on floor. And Gabriella Hurst took home the gold in the beam event.Erika Bennett, cleaned up in the High School Level 2 category, winning the gold All Around, and in the vault, floor and beam events and a silver on bars. Sophie Burkholder earned the silver All Around, gold on bars and bronze on floor. Neive Harris claimed the bronze All Around, silver on bars and beam and bronze on vault. Megan Poetch won silver on vault and bronze on beam. Taila Lancaster took the silver on floor and bronze on bars.Other personal accomplishments of the Glacier Team over the weekend occurred in the Perfomance Plus achievement category.Glacier Gymnasts earning All Around Gold in this category: Tia Berens, Neeva Marechal, Morgan Robertson-Weir, Tabia Hartikainen, Lumay Platz, Kallie BadryEarning an All Around Silver: Macy Weston, Atlyn Proctor, Gabby Patterson, Tiia Brackett, Molly Anderson.
Sitting in the middle of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) pack, the Selkirk College Saints have embarked on the second half of the season with one goal in mind.“We need to get ourselves prepared for a playoff run,” says Saints head coach Brent Heaven. “There is only so much we control and that is how we play the game. We can’t worry about what other teams are doing and simply play the game that we have designed for this group. We need to get ourselves in a spot where we can compete in the playoffs and you never know what can happen when you get there.”Over the last few campaigns, the Saints have entered the Winter Semester side of the season as one of the favoured teams to end the year with a championship. With the departure of more than half of last year’s team to transfer schools and careers, this year’s edition of Saints is packed with BCIHL freshmen.With ten games left in the regular season, the stretch drive to the early-March playoffs promises to be more dramatic than ever.The Saints opened the second half of the season in the Lower Mainland on Friday night and were clobbered 9-2 by league leading Trinity Western University. The Selkirk College club rebounded on Saturday with a gritty 2-1 victory that featured 37 saves by second-year goaltender Patrick Zubick. “We were still in holiday-mode and forgot how the Saints play hockey, but we bounced back and played well against Simon Fraser,” says Heaven. “We are now looking to build on that moving forward for the rest of the second half. It all comes down to work ethic and desire to compete, if you want to be successful then you have to work hard for it.”The next test will be this weekend when the University of Victoria Vikes arrive to the West Kootenay for a two-game set on Friday and Saturday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre. Though the Vikes currently sit last in the league with only two wins, a pair of victories is essential if the third place Saints want to establish a comfortable playoff position.“It’s a huge weekend, we want to stay in the middle of the pack and push for home-ice in the playoffs,” says Heaven, who has watched his team put together a 6-5-0-3 record to this point. “Our home record [5-1-0-2] has been strong over the year and we have comfort zone at the Castlegar arena, a lot of that has to do with the great support we get from the crowd. We have to make these home games count.”The Saints will have to strive for success without the team’s first half leading scorer. Lethbridge native Andrew Thompson headed back to Alberta for the holiday break where the Electrical Program student was offered a job that helped further his career and decided to stay. “These young men are here because they are looking to start their careers,” says Heaven. “That’s why they come to school and they need to do what is best for them in terms of taking opportunities when they come up. He was a great player for us, but we are happy that he is getting this opportunity.”Helping fill the offensive void will be former Nelson Leafs forward Sawyer Hunt who returned to the West Kootenay after spending a semester at Calgary’s Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). The leading scorer for the Leafs last season, Hunt now joins a Saints roster that includes two other forwards who also led their teams in scoring during the 2017-2018 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) regular season with Edward Lindsey (Castlegar Rebels) and Dylan Heppler (Beaver Valley Nitehawks).“It’s a great opportunity to bring in another local player and we are happy to have Sawyer on the roster for the second half,” says Heaven. “He has not played at a competitive level for a few months, but we’re confident that it won’t take long for him to regain his scoring touch.”The Saints host the University of Victoria Vikes on Friday and Saturday (January 11/12) at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre with the puck dropping at 7 p.m. both nights. This will be one of only two home weekends of the second half of the season.
TOTTENHAM will be without Toby Alderweireld when they take on Inter in the Champions League.Mauricio Pochettino has revealed why the Belgian and Kieran Trippier have not travelled with the squad to Italy.2 Toiby Alderweireld started for Spurs against Liverpool on SaturdayCredit: Getty Images – GettyWhy is Toby Alderweireld not playing?The Spurs boss has confirmed that it was a “technical decision” to drop the defender.Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Pochettino said: “It’s a technical decision.”You can look it up in the dictionary. Tactical?”That is on the pitch, although I guess you could say this is tactical off of the pitch.”2 The defender has not travelled with the squad to MilanCredit: Getty – ContributorAnd he confirmed that the players are not being punished for recent performances and has insisted that they have been rested to ensure they are fit for the Premier League.Poch said: “No, no you are clever enough to understand that this is my fifth season and I never punish players.”The plan is to leave them there and use different players tomorrow.”There’s nothing in behind it. Only that we’re playing with different players.”WHAT THE REFMMA fighter gets DQ’d in Abu Dhabi and tries to fight Brit ref Marc GoddardLIL ISSUEBoris Becker’s estranged wife begs his new girlfriend to ‘step away from my son’RETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeCHOPPER BOTHERJohn Terry ignores hol advice & travels to ‘off-limits’ Portugal by chopperprayer parkHundreds of Muslim worshipers celebrate Eid at Croke Park in historic ceremonyMAC BACK?Conor McGregor hints at stunning UFC comeback with ‘I accept’ postWALK THE LINStunning Olympic gymnast who posed for snap with McGregor hits out at criticsWho else is out of action for Tottenham?Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is still “weeks away” from full fitness after suffering with a thigh injury.Dele Alli could miss out due to a hamstring injury, which he picked up during the international break.Moussa Sissoko is also unavailable because of a hamstring injury.Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm’s error allows Georginio Wijnaldum to score for Liverpool
GLENN HODDLE was rushed to hospital on Saturday as he collapsed at the BT Sport studio with a heart attack just seconds after playing keepy-uppy live on TV.The football world united in paying tribute to England’s former boss and wishing him a speedy recovery.1 Glenn Hoddle was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart attackCredit: PA:Empics SportWhat is the latest update on Glenn Hoddle’s condition?There has been a positive update on Glenn Hoddle on Monday morning as it was revealed the Spurs and Chelsea legend is out of intensive care and talking to his family.A source told The Sun that the former midfielder has no recollection of collapsing.Glenn Hoddle’s spokesman said on Sunday he remained in serious condition after being given the kiss of life.Hod was left fighting for his life after suffering a heart attack at the BT Sport studio.The legendary former England player and manager was airlifted to hospital on a day where he should have been celebrating his 61st birthday.He was seen falling backwards by staff at BT just two minutes after a game of keepy-uppy on live TV.An onlooker said: “We thought Glenn had died.”Other staff suggested his face turned blue and his head cracked as it hit the floor.Hoddle was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation until paramedics arrived with staff fearing the worst after being unable to find a pulse.Once medics arrived, he was taken to hospital for emergency surgery.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying upA source close to the former England manager said: “His arteries were 99 per cent damaged. It was an accident waiting to happen.”And his spokesman added: “He is currently receiving specialist treatment and responding well. Glenn’s family are with him and would like to thank everyone that has sent their support.”One onlooker told The Sun on Sunday: “He was dead in their arms. We thought Glenn had died in the studio there and then. It was so shocking and chilling.“For a split-second people thought it was some kind of joke, then witnesses froze in panic as reality gripped and we feared he’d gone.“A studio worker leapt in to bravely try and pull Glenn back from the brink of death. He was attributed with bringing him back to life. This was all moments from happening live on air with cameras still rolling.“It was the last thing to expect and couldn’t have been more serious.”Glenn Hoddle has fallen seriously ill at the BT Sport studios on his 61st birthday