COMMENT The Formula 1 star Michael Schumacher is secretly admitted in a hospital in Paris and will be treated with cutting-edge stem-cell therapy, as reported by a local newspaper of France. The F1 Champ suffered a fatal head injury in an accident that took place while skiing in the French Alps in 2013. There has been no appearance of Schumacher ever since as his family is maintaining strict privacy. Earlier reports suggested that he is bedridden and various treatment are being done. The hospital, however, refused to comment on it stating privacy issues. READ: Michael Schumacher Update: Formula 1 Legend In Paris For Cell TherapySecrecy maintained over the treatmentAlong with the Paris hospital Georges-Pompidou, the manager of Schumacher also denied commenting on the treatment. The report even claimed that according to its sources, Schumacher was twice in the same hospital earlier with a different name with a team of doctors. It even said that there are over ten guards with few equipped with earphones to keep a check on the patient. The family is strict about the privacy of their patient. His home at Geneva is surrounded by forest and huge walls to protect him from unnecessary limelight. This year in January, his family issued a statement where they said that he is in the best of hands. READ: F1 Pays Tribute To Stricken Schumacher On His 50th BirthdayThe fatal accidentOn December 29 of 2013, Michael Schumacher went for skiing with his son Mick in the French Alps. While skiing he met with a deadly accident where he fell and his head hit a rock. There were really serious and lethal even though he was wearing a helmet to protect him. The doctors treated him said that if he had not been wearing a helmet, he would have died in the accident. Schumacher had to undergo many surgeries since then of the seriousness of his condition. He was also put into a medically induced coma due to the traumatic brain injury. In the year 2014, there were reports that he is paralysed and is also suffering from memory problems. The world’s favourite Formula One player hasn’t been seen since then and many reports came suggesting a lot of things about his health. Reports earlier this year suggested that his condition is improving and all is being done to get him back to normal. Schumacher has a lot of die-hard fans across the world who really wish for his speedy recovery.READ: ‘Very Similar’: Ferrari Chief Sees Shades Of Father In Mick SchumacherREAD: Chip Off The Old Block: Mick Schumacher Wins Key Formula Racing Crown First Published: 10th September, 2019 20:54 IST Last Updated: 10th September, 2019 23:27 IST Schumacher Is Being Treated In Paris Hospital Secretly: Reports Michael Schumacher is secretly admitted in a hospital in Paris and will be treated with cutting-edge stem-cell therapy, as reported by a local French newspaper. 1 year ago ‘Queen of Indian track and field’ PT Usha gets nominated for IAAF’s Veteran Pin LIVE TV WE RECOMMEND SUBSCRIBE TO US Avantika Shukla FOLLOW US 1 year ago CWG 2022 | Shooter Heena Sidhu and National Rifle Association back IOA’s call to boycott event over non-inclusion of shooting WATCH US LIVE 1 year ago Red tide sweeps Milan as Ferrari and Italian GP mark 90th anniversary 1 year ago Manu Bhaker secures India’s 7th Olympic quota in shooting, misses medal narrowly Written By 11 months ago Michael Schumacher update: Formula 1 legend in Paris for cell therapy
McKINNEY, Texas – With the opening round of play at the 2019 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Championship in the books, Lamar has taken a four-stroke lead to sit atop the tournament standings. The Cardinals have burst to the front on the shoulders of Sam Dumez, who led his LU team with a 74 in the opening round of play on the Dye Course at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club in McKinney, Texas. Southeastern Louisiana’s Joris Etlin leads the individual standings after registering the only performance under par for the day with a 71.Lamar completed their opening day of tournament play with Dumez tied for fourth overall and Hugo Hellman tied for sixth individually. Dumez led the LU squad with five birdies, while Cody Banach tucked away 14 pars to lead the field. The Lamar squad currently leads the tournament in par three scoring (3.15), par four scoring (4.30) and pars made (53). In addition to Dumez and Hellman, Banach (T12), Kevin Lee (T12) and Eason Wang (T19) all currently reside within the top-25 competitors in the individual leaderboard. The Cardinals’ squad compiled a 301 in round one and stand 13 strokes above par.Sam Houston State and Southeastern Louisiana sit four strokes behind Lamar at 305 (+17), tied for the second-place position. The Bearkats are led by Noah Steele who broke even for the day at 72 after knocking down a tournament leading 4.00 par-four scoring average and six birdies. SHSU knocked down eight of their 14 birdies for the afternoon on the back nine.Southeastern Louisiana’s Joris Etlin has led his team to a share of second place at the end of day one with a field-leading 71, one stroke under par. Etlin began his day shooting even on the opening four holes before recording a trio of birdies on the back nine. The Lions remain poised to strike in round two and will have the opportunity to do so as they will tee off with Lamar and Sam Houston State beginning Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m. CT on hole No. 10.McNeese resides in the fourth-place position, 18 strokes above par, with a 306 in the opening round of action. Blake Elliott leads the Cowboys and is tied for sixth individually with a 75. The McNeese squad was kept in contention throughout the day due in part to the team’s 14 birdies. Joining the Cowboys in the tee box Tuesday morning will be fifth-place Abilene Christian and sixth-place Houston Baptist. McNeese’s Nicklas Mattner, ACU’s Garrett Glanton and HBU’s Daniel Dimaculangan will begin at 7 a.m. on hole No. 10.Beginning at 7:05 a.m., 11th place Central Arkansas and Nicholls will tee off on hole No. 1. At 7:50 a.m., seventh-place Stephen F. Austin, eighth-place Incarnate Word and ninth-place New Orleans will be grouped together to tee off on hole No. 1.The split tee format will be put into effect for rounds two and three of the Southland Conference Championship due to impending weather conditions Wednesday, April 24. Rounds two and three of the championship will now take place on Tuesday with the third and final round set for a 12 p.m. start time. Pairings will remain the same for rounds two and three.To stay up to date with live scores and the latest information regarding the 2019 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Championship, visit Championship Central.