Eva Halvarsson, chief executive, AP2Halvarsson said large-cap firms were showing the way in terms of the proportion of women they had on their boards.“If the CEO is excluded from data on supervisory boards the proportion of women is 39.8%, and at companies with a primary listing the proportion rises to 41.2%,” she said.It was gratifying, Halvarsson added, to see that 44.9% of newly-appointed supervisory board members were female.“With the same rate of change as that of the last five years, it would take 12 years for supervisory boards, and 24 years for executive boards, to consist of 50% women,” Halvarsson said. When broken down according to the size of company, it was large-cap businesses that had the highest weighting of female board members, with 37.7% on supervisory boards and 25.8% on management boards, the data showed. The proportion of women in leadership positions at companies listed in Sweden ticked higher once more this year – a development AP2’s chief executive said showed progress was being made without laws forcing the change.AP2, one of Sweden’s five buffer funds for its state pension system, reported in its 2018 corporate management gender diversity “Kvinnoindex” (women index) that 33.9% of supervisory board members at companies listed on Nasdaq Stockholm were women, up from 32.2% in the previous year’s report.Women were less represented on management boards at 23.7%, but this figure was also higher than 2017’s 21.7%, according to the index.Eva Halvarsson, chief executive of the Gothenburg-based fund, said: “I think this shows that nomination committees and companies, without legislation, are on the right track towards achieving equality on boards and management teams.”
Jean Cahuzac, CEO and executive director of Subsea 7 from 2008 until December 2019, with 41 years of experience in the industry (Schlumberger, Transocean); Florence Weingarten, chief counsel of Transdev, a subsidiary of Caisse des dépôts since 2015, previously in charge of antitrust and regulatory at GDF Suez (now Engie). Bourbon’s controlling shareholder Société Phocéenne de Participations (SPP) has strengthened its supervisory board, chaired by Jean Peyrelevade. Four new members have been appointed to the Supervisory Board: Yves-Louis Darricarrere, a member of Total’s executive committee in 2003 who became head of Exploration & Production in 2006. He had joined Lazard as senior advisor in 2015; Carsten Plougmann Andersen, former vice-president of Maersk group and Maersk Supply Service CEO from 2004 to 2015; “A major health crisis, the coronavirus outbreak is a new ordeal for the oil field service sector at a time when the economy as a whole is being hit. The new talents joining the Supervisory Board of the SPP are all assets as the BOURBON group is resolutely committed to its recovery, preservation of its operational continuity and the deployment of its strategic plan,” said Jean Peyrelevade, chairman of the supervisory board.
“Then, the market, who knows how the market is going to react to this? Who knows which clubs need to sell players? “There might be just a situation there where you can exploit, and I know that we at Man United we are one of the biggest, and the biggest, financially well-off. “I’m sure we are capable, when we get back to normality, that we can do the business that we want to.” FIFA confirmed in a statement on Tuesday that the market would be slotted in between the end of the current season and the start of the next campaign – both of which are yet to be decided. Football’s governing body also confirmed that players whose contracts are set to expire on June 30 – such as Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen and Chelsea winger Willian – will have their deals extended until the campaign finishes. United have been heavily linked with Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish, with the West Midlands club set to fight against relegation when the season resumes. read also:Schmeichel urges Man Utd to stick with Solskjaer In other news, former United striker Dimitar Berbatov has outlined why he thinks Spurs striker Harry Kane will move to Old Trafford. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has declared that his side will be in a position to “exploit” the opportunities open to them when the transfer market re-opens. Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is interested in signing the Croatian The Premier League – and indeed football across Europe – was brought to a halt last month due to the spread of coronavirus, with the English season extended indefinitely last week. As such, Newcastle, Southampton and Bournemouth are among the top-flight clubs to have taken advantage of the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to protect from the fall in revenues. The lack of football is expected to have an impact on countless clubs across Europe and could lead to pressure to sell when the transfer window re-opens, but United are in no such position having announced they will pay all staff using club funds. Speaking to Sky Sports, Solskjaer spoke of how United – “one of the biggest” clubs – must be ready to use their financial prowess to pounce on potential deals when the market opens. “Football is going to get back to normality at one point, and it’s very important we’re ready when that happens,” the manager said. “We want to be the best at everything, and of course now is a chance to spend more time, you discuss players, discuss plans, we’ve evaluated what we need, of course with the coaching staff we’ve looked at games, evaluated games, discussing on video calls like this Loading… Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top
He went on: “I remember speaking to Robin van Persie last year, and Theo Walcott before, and they said they had experienced the same thing. “They said if it happens to me, don’t get frustrated. “But I can’t complain with the way the season has gone. There is still a long way to go in the season and I could be a crucial part of that at some time. “I’ve just got to make sure I’m mentally ready and physically ready to help the team. Obviously we’ve got a tough run-in to make sure we get the top four.” Oxlade-Chamberlain added: “The boss (Wenger) has got his reasons for what he does. He’s a very wise man, a brilliant manager, and I’m sure he has got good reasons. “All I can do is keep working hard and, when I do get chances, make sure I’m doing well, and be a positive player in the team.” Press Association Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed words of advice from Robin van Persie and Theo Walcott helped him overcome the frustration of not playing as regularly as he wanted at Arsenal this season. The midfielder, currently preparing for England’s vital World Cup qualifier in Montenegro on Tuesday, admits he wanted to play more games during his second campaign of senior football. But the 19-year-old also understands Gunners boss Arsene Wenger’s desire to carefully nurture his younger players, and said: “My season hasn’t progressed in a way as much as I would have wanted to because I always want to play. But I also understand the manager, in Arsene, will protect his younger players.”
Kuala Lumpur, July 23: India Under-16 football team lost 0-3 to Malaysia in a friendly game as part of their exposure tour here on Monday.Indian U-16 boys, who have come to Malaysia at the back of a heart-wrenching loss to Thailand last week, started showing their intent right from the kick-off.Ridge blasted from inside the box in as early as the fourth minute but the Malaysian keeper took his time to parry it away.Malaysia, on the other hand, gave the Indian defenders a tough run for the money in their own box. They continued to push constantly but Biaka and the sturdy Indian defenders averted the danger.Givson and Ridge were looking forward to hurling the opening goal from the counter-attacking opportunities but they could hardly find any hole to breach the Malaysian defense.Finally, the Malaysia striker Muhd Najmudin slotted their opening goal in the 26th minute to hand his team an advantage against the Indians.Bibiano Fernandes opted for a couple of change in quick succession and introduced Sailo and Manish at the expenses of Givson and Gurkirat respectively before the boys headed to the changing room with a one-goal deficit to the Malaysians.Changing over, Bibiano’s boys started with great intensity and Ridge, on the turn of the game, hit the side-netting two minutes into the game.India earned a free-kick in the 55th minute but Bekey failed to keep it within the frame. Three minutes later, he got another chance but miscued it completely.India created quite a few chances in the last quarter of the game but they were missing the final punch inside the box.Sailo swiveled a long ball to Vikram but the skipper failed to connect it on time whereas two minutes later, Vikram’s cross was collected safely by the Malaysian goalkeeper before Ravi could convert it.But they kept the Malaysian defense on check throughout. Five minutes to the whistle, India earned back-to-back three corners but Bekey’s tries could have been dealt in a better way by the Indian attackers inside the box.As Bibiano Fernandes opted to push more legs inside the opposition half, Malaysian attackers took the advantage and scored a peach of a goal to double their lead in the 88th minute.Four minutes later, They hurled another attacking move from the left flank which resulted in their third goal to leave the Indian team flabbergasted.India will play the same opponents again on Thursday. IANS
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Fresh from the Under 17 Regional Title, Trinidad and Tobago are ready to defend their title in the U19 three-day tournament, set to start in St Kitts, next Monday (July 24). Guyana will also defend their 50-over title, with that format beginning on Tuesday, August 15.The three-day competition will have the teams from the six territories, while in the 50-over competition, the ICC Americas will field a team for a group of seven tournament.Four venues will be used over the next six weeks by host country St Kitts, to effectively host both formats, with competition scheduled to end, Monday, August 28.The three-day format of this tournament will see the addition of two rounds for a total of five, as opposed to the three-round format used in previous years.Following the Windies win in the Under 19 World Cup in Bangladesh last year, the team is gearing up for the World Cup Championships in New Zealand next year. Rawl Lewis, the officer in charge of youth development at Cricket West Indies notes this tournament as an important part of the calendar of events.“The Under 19 tournament is an integral part of the development of cricket in the West Indies. It is the final stage before first class cricket and many of our top players hone their skills here.”Fast-bowler Alzarri Joseph, one of the young and upcoming players on the Windies senior team is a prime example of this.Shimron Hetmeyer, former captain of the Under 19 team who secured the championship trophy last year, has also featured at the top of the order for the Windies test team as of late.Dennis Phillip, president of the St Kitts Cricket Association says that preparations are well underway and venues would have been ready for final inspection yesterday.MATCH SCHEDULEThree DayROUND 1 July 24th-26thTrinidad & Tobago v Windward Islands-ConareeLeeward Islands v Guyana-VerchildsBarbados v Jamaica -St. PaulsROUND 2 July 28th-30thGuyana v Trinidad & Tobago -St. PaulsJamaica v Windward Islands-VerchildsLeeward Islands v Barbados -MolineuxROUND 3 Aug 01st-03rdTrinidad & Tobago v Jamaica -MolineuxGuyana v Barbados -VerchildsLeeward Islands v Windward Islands -St. PaulsROUND 4 Aug 06th-08thBarbados v Trinidad & Tobago-MolineuxLeeward Islands v Jamaica -Warner ParkWindward Islands v Guyana -St. PaulsROUND 5 Aug 10th-12thLeeward Islands v Trinidad & Tobago -VerchildsBarbados v Windward Islands -St. PaulsJamaica v Guyana -ConareeONE- DayROUND 1 Aug 15thICC Americas v Guyana -VerchildsLeeward Islands v Trinidad & Tobago -MolineuxWindward Islands v Jamaica -ConareeROUND 2 Aug 17thBarbados v Trinidad & Tobago -ConareeJamaica v ICC Americas -St. PaulsLeeward Islands v Windward Islands -MolineuxROUND 3 Aug 19thGuyana v Jamaica -MolineuxWindward Islands v Barbados -VerchildsLeeward Islands v ICC Americas -ConareeROUND 4 Aug 22ndWindward Islands v Trinidad & Tobago -MolineuxLeeward Islands v Guyana -St. PaulsICC Americas v Barbados -ConareeROUND 5 Aug 24thLeeward Islands v Jamaica -VerchildsTrinidad & Tobago v ICC Americas -MolineuxBarbados v Guyana -ConareeROUND 6 Aug 26thICC Americas v Windward Islands -MolineuxJamaica v Barbados -Warner ParkGuyana v Trinidad & Tobago-ConareeROUND 7 Aug 28thLeeward Islands v Barbados -ConareeWindward Islands v Guyana -Warner ParkTrinidad & Tobago v Jamaica -Molineux
___5:15 p.m.Ricky Stenhouse Jr. calls his opening-lap crash “pretty embarrassing.”Stenhouse crashed exiting the second turn on the first lap at Darlington Raceway. His crumpled car was spitting flames as he drove to the garage. He retired from the race without completing a lap. He finished last in the 40-car field. “Not really sure a whole lot what to say there about our first lap, first corner,” he said. “Pretty embarrassing for myself, our team, our crew guys. I feel awful for them. They put a lot of hard work into getting our cars ready.” Harvick emerged from his car in victory lane wearing a black face mask — what could become NASCAR’s new normal.NASCAR chose the oldest speedway on the Cup circuit as the safest place to restart its season after eight events were postponed amid the pandemic. NASCAR had been facing a financial collapse if races didn’t resume on national television.Ryan Newman finished 15th in his first race since suffering a head injury in a terrifying, last-lap crash in the Daytona 500.Matt Kenseth, who came out of retirement to replace fired Kyle Larson at Chip Ganassi Racing, was 10th. The 48-year-old Kenseth raced in the Cup Series for the first time since the 2018 season finale. He was the oldest driver in the field.This was the first of 20 races across seven Southern states between now and June 21. Darlington will host two more NASCAR races over the next three days. His 50th career Cup Series victory felt like a lot like the others — until he climbed out of his No. 4 Ford.“Dead silence,” he said, looking at the empty stands. “It is weird just because there’s nobody up there.”Harvick won NASCAR’s return race, taking the checkered flag at Darlington Raceway 71 days after the series’ last event.Harvick took the lead from Alex Bowman on a late restart and pulled away over the final 30 laps. Bowman finished second, followed by Kurt Busch, Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin. Harvick is the only driver to finish in the top 10 in each of the Cup Series’ five races this season. He made the series’ resumption look like a Sunday drive in what surely will go down as one of the strangest races in NASCAR history. Masks, social distancing, remote broadcasting and a fan-free speedway were among the most noticeable differences in the return. 5:50 p.m.A caution has been called to remove a sticky sponsorship sign that came loose when Kyle Busch scraped the wall while riding the high line at Darlington Raceway. After Busch rubbed the Blue-Emu sign, it started peeling off the outside wall. A portion of it stuck to Denny Hamlin’s grill and another attached to Tyler Reddick’s front fender.It was a weird scene, even for NASCAR, and arguably as odd as racing without fans and with masks and social-distancing mandates. Blue-Emu, you might recall, is the sponsor that fired Bubba Wallace for rage-quitting during an iRacing event in which the topical pain reliever was sponsoring the driver. Drivers, crews and officials wore face masks during pre-race ceremonies, which were performed remotely. The Fox Sports booth, featuring Mike Joy and four-time champion Jeff Gordon, also was being broadcast remotely from Charlotte, North Carolina. Driver Clint Bowyer wore a mask during a pre-race TV interview. Here’s a quick primer of other things to know:— Ryan Newman is returning after a suffering a head injury in a last-lap crash in the Daytona 500 on Feb. 17.— Matt Kenseth is out of retirement and driving for Chip Ganassi. He replaces Kyle Larson, who was fired in April for using a racial slur. The 48-year-old Kenseth is racing in the Cup Series for the first time since the 2018 season finale. He is the oldest driver in the field.— NASCAR chose the oldest speedway on the Cup circuit as the safest place to restart its season after eight events were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. NASCAR had been facing a financial collapse if races didn’t resume on national television. Brad Keselowski has won the second stage of NASCAR’s race at Darlington Speedway, the sport’s first live event in 10 weeks.It was Keselowski’s second stage win of the season. He led Alex Bowman, Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick and Clint Bowyer to the checkered line as the stage ended.Keselowski started on the pole after qualifying was set by a random draw.The third and final stage will determine the race winner.___ The first race back was deemed The Real Heroes 400 and was dedicated to health care workers.___7:05 p.m.Ryan Newman spun and brought out the 10th caution the day at Darlington Raceway, essentially ending any chance he had of winning his first event since surviving a terrifying wreck in the season opener.Newman lost control of his No. 6 Ford between Turns 3 and 4 because of an apparent tire issue and then spun around as he neared the first turn. He raced to pit road to get new tread, but lost about 10 spots in the field. Meanwhile, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. crashed exiting the second turn on the very first lap of the race. His crumpled car was shooting flames from the back as he drove to the garage. He retired from the race without completing a single lap. He finished last in the 40-car field. ___3:55 p.m.NASCAR is back! The Real Heroes 400 is underway at Darlington Raceway, without fans and with masks and social-distancing mandates all around.The new protocols should matter little to the 40 guys who took the green flag for the first live NASCAR race in 10 weeks. More AP auto racing: https://apnews.com/apf-AutoRacing and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 May 17, 2020 Stenhouse said he’s looking forward to trying again at Darlington on Wednesday night. ___5 p.m.Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson wrecked while leading on the final lap of the first stage at Darlington Raceway.Johnson had passed Hendrick Motorsports teammate Alex Bowman for the lead with 10 laps remaining in the opening stage of NASCAR first race in 10 weeks. Johnson was trying to earn his first stage victory of the season — and only his third ever under this system. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on NASCAR’s return at Darlington Raceway (all times local):7:40 p.m.Kevin Harvick screamed in celebration as he crossed the finish line and then performed a traditional, smokey burnout. Associated Press Newman looked solid for part of the race, even getting into the top 10 in the early going.Just being back in the car was nothing short of a miracle considering Newman’s fiery crash in the Daytona 500 on February 17. Newman sustained a head injury and walked out of the hospital a few days after having to be cut out of his mangled car.___6:45 p.m.Two small grass fires broke out at Darlington Raceway behind Turns 1 and 2 during the final stage of the NASCAR Cup Series race. “I felt like I was going to be able to exit the corner side by side with them and things just went horribly wrong there,” Johnson said. “I feel terrible for my team and everybody at Hendrick Motorsports. We’ve got great race cars and things are coming in the right direction, but things just really didn’t turn out there on Turn 2.”Johnson arrived at Darlington with just 13 laps led in the first four events of the year. He is scheduled to retire from full-time competition at the end of the season. Johnson crashed as he was trying to put Chris Buescher a lap down. It ended his day.“I don’t want one single person to get down,” said Johnson’s crew chief, Cliff Daniels. “We’ve got a great race car, so don’t you get down.”William Byron won the opening stage.Ryan Newman and Chase Elliott were called for speeding on pit road following Johnson’s accident. The Latest: Harvick’s 50th Cup win ‘just weird’ without fans ___4:45 p.mRyan Newman is running in the top 10 in his first race back since a horrific crash during the final lap of the Daytona 500.Newman suffered a head injury as he skidded across the finish line in the season opener. His return comes exactly three months after the Feb. 17 accident.Newman started 21st in a Ford for Roush Fenway Racing. — This is the first of 20 races across seven Southern states between now and June 21. Darlington is hosting three events in four days.— Roughly 900 people have been approved to be inside the gates, all considered essential.— Teams are allowed 16 employees per car, including the driver and owner. Most owners gave up their spot because they are either over the age of 65 and at high risk for COVID-19 or their role at the track is not considered critical to competition. Several team members are helping remotely, offering a peek into how sophisticated NASCAR’s technology has become.— The first race back is called The Real Heroes 400 and is dedicated to health care workers. Names of health care workers across the country have been substituted for the drivers’ name above car doors.___ Smoke rose above the advertising signs in the first corner of the iconic track.Safety personnel quickly arrived and extinguished the flames. A fire truck came a short time later to douse the hot spots, leaving two dark areas in the otherwise green grass.It wasn’t immediately unclear how the fires started.___6:10 p.m.
Facebook Twitter Google+ After No. 27 Syracuse’s final home match this season, Sofya Golubovskaya walked off the court with tears in her eyes. She cried neither because it was Senior Day for her doubles partner nor because her first collegiate season was almost over.She cried because she had a bad match.In a day filled with emotions, SU’s only freshman was frustrated with herself after her match went unfinished at 4-6, 6-2, 1-4. She walked off the courts at Drumlins Country Club and declined to talk to the media.But almost instantly, her teammates were there to comfort her.“I’ve had a lot of struggles this year,” Golubovskaya said, “but now I have a team to help me, and I love it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGolubovskaya, a native of Moscow, came to Syracuse for the first time on Jan. 10. In more than three months, she has dealt with a multitude of adjustments. One of her biggest culture shocks was being a part of a team rather than playing as an individual, Golubovskaya said. It was new to her. A team, an aspect of tennis she once questioned, has driven her to improve her game as a regular at third singles for the Orange.For all of her life before arriving at SU, Golubovskaya competed alone in tournaments in Russia and Europe. Playing on a team was a concept she didn’t understand.“Tennis (is) not a team sport,” Golubovskaya said. “It was really new for me. I wasn’t ready at first.”A couple of weeks into Golubovskaya’s transition, junior Gabriela Knutson said the freshman was hesitant to bond with her new team. During team practices, SU works on cheering for teammates at matches, mostly during changeovers and in between points. That was something Golubovskaya had to get used to.“The first day here she didn’t cheer (with us) at all,” Knutson said. “It was like she didn’t understand what was going on.”One thing that helped her was that three of her seven teammates speak Russian. Anna Shkudun, Golubovskaya’s doubles partner, and Libi Mesh speak Russian, and Maria Tritou can hold a conversation in Russian from time to time, Golubovskaya said. Interactions with them helped Golubovskaya forget about the language barriers in her new life.To ease Golubovskaya’s adjustment, SU head coach Younes Limam wanted to mimic some of the tactics he used with then-freshman Miranda Ramirez last season. Limam set up biweekly meetings with Golubovskaya and associate head coach Shelley George.The meetings focused on her biggest challenges. Of the wide range of acclimations, Limam pointed toward understanding her coaches, teammates and professors as some of the toughest. At times, Golubovskaya sought advice during those encounters, while other times she asked for favors such as getting a ride to the mall, she said.Most of the season, Golubovskaya played third singles behind Knutson and Ramirez. During a pivotal three-match stretch against ranked teams, Golubovskaya won three-straight matches against then-No. 44 Clemson, then-No. 16 Wake Forest and then-No. 48 Louisville.This is the first season Golubovskaya has worried about playing teams and not just individuals. She used to only rely on herself to reach her goals. Now, Golubovskaya has seven other players on her side.“All my life I was just taking care of myself and nobody else,” Golubovskaya said, “Now that I’m here, I see that my teammates can help me in life.” Comments Published on April 30, 2018 at 10:58 pm Contact KJ: email@example.com | @KJEdelman
Trump’s draft executive order targets employment and investment visas Although there are no specific details, the order seems to indicate changes may be made to the current H-1B program for professional workers in “specialty occupations” (like engineers working in the tech industry), including further restricting visas to certain professional fields or occupations and increasing H-1B employee eligibility requirements, based on an undefined “merit-based system.”Similarly, the proposal calls for reforming the E-2 Treaty Investor visa system which may result in the restriction of the type of businesses or increased investments amounts which would be required under the program. The order also calls for performing site visits for all approved L-1 worker visas.The draft order also targets the Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT) work permit programs for graduated F-1 students, which may be eliminated or curtailed. It also proposes changes which may restrict or reduce visas for the Exchange Visitor (J-1) work-and study- programs.The proposal would likely eliminate the dual Visa Bulletin instituted in 2015 by the Obama administration which allows certain Immigrants in lawful immigration status in the U.S. to adjust status to Residency early.As feared, this is another signal big changes could be coming for all areas of immigration. However, it’s likely that any policy changes will be for future applicants and may not affect those who are currently hold the employment or investment visa status. For instance, if the H-1B visa becomes restricted to only certain “specialty occupations,” those who are currently holding H-1B visas, who would not qualify under the new policy, would not lose their current visa, and would likely be allowed to continue working until the visa ends, but would not be able to renew it.With the possibility of these changes, international students are advised to concentrate their education in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields. These are occupations in high demand and may not have enough U.S. workers to fill. Therefore, they are likely the fields which will receive the most consideration in future Trump policy changes, to keep America’s IT industry going. Other college degree programs in liberal arts, media, graphic design, general business, etc, may no longer be eligible for U.S. work visas in the future. While many Immigrants, Americans and nations around the world are still reeling from Trump’s executive action against nationals of certain countries, yet another proposed Immigration related Executive Order has been leaked to the press.
Kyle Busch dominated the field to win the TicketGuardian 500 at Phoenix on Sunday, earning his 199th career national series victory.Busch led most of the way but needed to pass Ryan Blaney in the final 20 laps to finish on top. Blaney ended in third place, getting passed by Martin Truex Jr as he faded down the stretch. Take a look at what happened to Jones’ @JoeGibbsRacing machine. #NASCARGoesWest pic.twitter.com/IXUip9AbDd— NASCAR (@NASCAR) March 10, 20193:59 p.m. — We’re a third of the way through Stage 1, and Blaney continues to lead the field.3:53 p.m. — Ryan Blaney leads after 10 laps. Chase Elliott was penalized for jumping the start of the race.PENALTY: @chaseelliott is penalized for a restart violation.He must serve a pass-through penalty. pic.twitter.com/h66Bk60WPx— NASCAR (@NASCAR) March 10, 20193:48 p.m. — Green flag! It’s go-time in Phoenix. Aric Almirola finished in fourth, while Denny Hamlin claimed fifth.Watch NASCAR live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)It was a mostly clean race, but minor crashes wiped out Alex Bowman and Erik Jones. Brad Keselowski was nearly forced to exit in Stage 1, but was able to repair his car in his pit stall before grinding out a top-20 placement.Kevin Harvick, who won this competition in 2019, finished ninth on Sunday after struggling from the restart twice in the last stage.TicketGuardian 500: 2019 winner, order of finishFinishDriverTeam (Car No.)Laps led1.Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs Racing (18)1772.Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs Racing (19)…3.Ryan BlaneyTeam Penske (12)954.Aric AlmirolaStewart Haas Racing (10)265.Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs Racing (11)76.Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi Racing (42)…7.Kurt BuschChip Ganassi Racing (1)…8.Jimmie JohnsonHendrick Motorsports (48)49.Kevin HarvickStewart Haas Racing (4)…10.Joey LoganoTeam Penske (22)…11.Clint BowyerStewart Haas Racing (14)…12.Ryan NewmanRousch Fenway Racing (6)…13.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway Racing (17)…14.Chase ElliottHendrick Motorsports (9)…15.Ty DillonGermain Racing (13)…16.Chris BuescherJTG-Daugherty Racing (37)…17.Paul MenardTeam Penske (21)…18.Daniel HemricRichard Childress Racing (8)419.Brad KeselowskiTeam Penske (2)…20.Matt TifftFront Row Motorsports (36)…Lead changes: 17Cautions: 9Sporting News provided full coverage of the TicketGuardian 500. Here’s how Busch won:NASCAR at Phoenix results: Full race highlights from TicketGuardian 5006:51 p.m. — Kyle Busch wins the TicketGuardian 500!Kyle Busch sweeps Phoenix, wins his second straight race here. First win of the year. NASCAR national series win No. 199.— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) March 10, 20196:50 p.m. — Truex Jr. passes Blaney for second.6:49 p.m. — Busch appears in full control here. Meanwhile, Truex Jr. is closing in on second.6:46 p.m. — Ten to go. Can Busch hang on?6:44 p.m. — Kyle Busch takes the lead!6:41 p.m. — With 20 laps remaining, Blaney is still ahead of Kyle Busch for first place. Martin Truex Jr., Aric Almirola and Austin Dillon round out the top five.6:29 p.m. — Fifty more laps. Blaney has edged in front.6:22 p.m. — Here’s a look at the leaderboard right now.Top-10.1. @Aric_Almirola2. @Blaney3. @austindillon34. @KyleBusch5. @KyleLarsonRacin6. @KurtBusch7. @JimmieJohnson8. @RyanJNewman9. @MartinTruex_Jr10. @joeylogano #NASCAR— Chris Knight ツ (@Knighter01) March 10, 20196:17 p.m. — Back to green. Hopefully it stays that way for a while.6:12 p.m. — Two straight cautions for Ryan Preece have grinded this final stage to a snail’s pace. Restarts have been very chaotic on this track, leading to several incidents.5:59 p.m. — Caution. Elliott spins.AROUND GOES ELLIOTT. pic.twitter.com/6EfVuBbPNF— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) March 10, 20195:53 p.m. — We’re down to the final 100 laps at ISM Raceway. Familiar names atop the leaderboard: Kyle Busch in first and Jimmie Johnson in second.NEW LEADER: @KyleBusch takes the top spot from @JimmieJohnson !(and look at the racing behind them!) pic.twitter.com/cOeqAgakzU— NASCAR (@NASCAR) March 10, 20195:43 p.m. — Caution. Bowman has some more trouble, and he’s now done for the day.5:31 p.m. — Jimmie Johnson has run in the top 10 most of the afternoon, and he’s up to fourth place right now. In 17th for the season, he could really use a good result here.5:10 p.m. — Kyle Busch wins Stage 2, which will end under caution.Stage 2 complete:KyBusch Bowyer Harvick Truex Hamlin Newman Johnson Logano Elliott KuBusch— Jayski (@jayski) March 10, 20195:09 p.m. — Caution. Alex Bowman hit the wall. 5:01 p.m. — There are 20 more laps remaining in Stage 2. Kyle Busch is still in the lead, just ahead of Bowyer and Kevin Harvick.4:45 p.m. — Kyle Busch leads early in Stage 2. Clint Bowyer is up to second place.4:32 p.m. — Keselowski is apparently going to try to come back after repairing his sway bar in pit stall.NASCAR said Keselowski can make the sway bar repair in his pit stall, so that’s what they’re going to do under caution. He got the free pass after meeting minimum speed.— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) March 10, 20194:30 p.m. — Blaney takes Stage 1!Ryan Blaney wins Stage 1 at Phoenix. Second stage win of the year, second playoff point.Also getting stage points: Almirola, Logano, Bowman, KyBusch, Larson, A.Dillon, Byron, Elliott, Harvick.— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) March 10, 20194:21 p.m. — Another caution late in Stage 1. This time it’s for Keselowski crashing into the wall. He’s done for the afternoon, it appears.Something broke for Brad … pic.twitter.com/PXxYn6sAsn— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) March 10, 20194:15 p.m. — Kyle Busch is in first place through 50 laps. Denny Hamlin is in second, Ryan Blaney is in third and Austin Dillon is in fourth.4:06 p.m. — Caution. Erik Jones lost control.