6003/4-14 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise sold for $2.4 million.Another Surfers Paradise rounded out the top three.The sub penthouse in Soul sold for $2.4 million through Savills Gold Coast agents Lisa Halpin and Christopher Jones.The 309sq m residence is on the 60th level and features multiple living and entertainment areas and expansive balconies. 52 Royal Albert Cres, Sovereign Island.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoRay White Sovereign Islands agent Edin Kara said a local buyer snapped up the property after it went to auction on Saturday.In second spot was a luxury apartment in Surfers Paradise that fetched $2.5 million.The three-bedroom residence is on the 11th floor of Platinum on the Beach. 13/1 Markwell Ave, Surfers Paradise changed hands for $2.5 million.THE Gold Coast’s top three sales this week fetched more than $2 million each.A castle-like mansion on the Sovereign Islands was the top sale at $2.6 million.Poised on an 815sq m block, the stunning five-bedroom, five-bathroom home at 52 Royal Albert Cres oozes luxury in its design. 13/1 Markwell Ave, Surfers Paradise sold for $2.5 million.It was snapped up by Gold Coast buyers looking for a top-of-the-range Glitter Strip apartment according to Harcourts Coastal agent Tolemy Stevens said.“The buyers were local and looking for a luxurious beachfront holiday home to use with friends and family with the long term view of living there permanently in the future,” Harcourts Coastal agent Tolemy Stevens said.
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CLEMMONS, N.C. – Velocita adds to its IMCA awards program this season, giving custom fire suits to champions of both the Deery Brothers Summer Series for Late Models and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour for Modifieds.The six-year IMCA sponsor again gives custom fire suits to national champions in all eight sanctioned divisions, and $200 product certificates to all other Modified, Stock Car and Hobby Stock regional champions.Those awards will be presented at the national awards banquet in November.“We are pleased to work with IMCA. The forward vision of the organization is truly exciting to see,” said Velocita’s Brad Smith. “The loyal racers are a pleasure to work with and absolutely put on the best racing in the country!”Velocita will also help recognize drivers starting the upcoming Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.Race title sponsor Axle Exchange gives fire suits manufactured by the Clemmons, N.C., company to each of the 30 IMCA Modified drivers elected to start the 14th annual event, to be held Friday, Sept. 8 during the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s at Boone Speedway.In addition to fire suits, Velocita also manufactures gloves, shoes and underwear. More information is available at the company’s www.velocita-usa.com website or by calling 336 816-7223.“Velocita continues to add to their program each and every year and the addition of fire suits to these two champions illustrates why these are two of the premier tours in America,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder commented. “We’re grateful to have such wonderful support from a company like Velocita and can’t think of a better partner for this type of award.”
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has told talkSPORT Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United target Tyrone Mings will become a top player.The Portman Road boss signed the 22-year-old from Chippenham Town for £10,000 after a trial in 2013 and the youngster has grown into a vital figure for the Tractor Boys as they look to win promotion to Premier League.And McCarthy is confident Mings has everything he needs to have a successful career, whether it be in Suffolk or with another club.“He’s a great kid and he’s going to be a top player,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “There’s no doubt about it. I just hope he’s going to be a top player with us but he’s certainly going to be a top player.”And McCarthy revealed the player’s determination to succeed was there for all to see on the day he first saw the talented youngster.He added: “I walked across to watch him against the Nike Academy at our training ground and I saw him for three minutes with Russell Osman, fair play to Russ – he was the one who brought him in, and I said, ‘we’ll sign him’.“I took him off after 75 minutes and he was growling at me for taking him off. I said, ‘I’m taking you off because I don’t want you to get injured – I’m going to sign you, if that’s okay’.”