Team Wreckers continue Endurance dominance

first_imgTHE Ramchand’s Wrecker team of Adrian Fernandes and Anand Ramchand successfully defended their title at the second Endurance event.Organised by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC), the wreckers were able to defend their title after challenges from the team of Sean Bacchus and Rama LatchmanThe Wreckers completed 84 laps, two ahead of Bacchus who completed 82 and the third place finisher Motilall Deodass who made 81.The trio also represented the podium for the 1501-1600cc class.The Ramchand’s Wrecker/Gillette-sponsored Toyota LevinIn the 0-1500cc class, Haniff Mohamed completed 75 laps to be crowned champion ahead of Sunil Singh (61 laps) and Bishram Rajaram (60 laps).In the 1601-2000cc class, Syad Hassan and his team were the only entrants to complete 60 laps, thus they took the top prize.Anand Ramchand also won the unlimited class with 70 laps ahead of Rameez Mohamed 40 and Shan Seejattan 11. Seejattan had a fastest lap time of 1:20.742.The attention now swings to the third edition of the King of the Strip drag race meet set for August 26th.last_img read more

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Good football uniforms ruined by bad helmets, and good helmets ruined by bad uniforms

first_img Link to post So have there been any uniforms you loved, that were matched with bad helmets? Or good helmets matched with terrible uniforms?Mine would be this beauty Wisconsin wore last week.Don’t get me wrong, it’s normally a great looking uniform, but it when you add an accent color on on the helmet, it looks better if you add them on the uniform too.I liked the Helmet for NAIA’s Bethany Swedes, but the uniforms, are just way to generic, especially for the unique helmet they wear. Especially the fact that a small school like them wears BFBS uniforms.As for Helmets that ruin good uniforms, Oregon is above and by far my #1 offender especially the traditional Kelly Green look.Heck, its not even the helmet design that ruins it, it’s the Chrome. If they wings were a different color like yellow or silver it would be the best look in football. But no, the Chrome Kills it. Cardinals have great helmets, but mediocre uniforms.I used to think the same about the Chargers, but they just have agreat set.I almost forgot the Bengals. That’s the best example right there. Sports Logos 3,823 posts The Chargers uniforms are Top 10 in the NFLAre the bottom 20 uniforms that bad now?Top 5 helmets, great colors, the lightning theme is cool, and unlike almost every other team they have good shoulder stripes.What more do you want?tbh they are borderline Top 5 overallThe white shoulder inserts are unnecessary and the cut of the new jerseys looks weird on the players. It’s less of a shoulder stripe and more of a sleeve stripe, which historically doesn’t match the Chargers. The light blue and yellow create this weird green effect. And the number font is trying too hard. Then when they wear the white pants with the blue jerseys it’s the only place where the bolt is shown on a blue background so the uniform is inconsistent within itself. Some teams create inconsistencies between their home and roads, the Chargers manage to do it in the same uniform. That’s a feat. I like the helmet though, which is why I listed it as a good helmet on a bad uniform.The Bengals are the kings of the good helmets on the bad uniforms, though. 3,823 posts 14,934 posts Link to post 91 1 Link to post Posted September 22, 2014 13,075 15,496 posts Share this post 2,572 Clintau24 1,121 posts Share on other sites Talking specifically NFL hereGood helmet, bad uniform Share on other sites The whole set wouldn’t be as bad if they had the old candy helmet. 2,128 225 shaydre1019 Location:Auburn, AL Link to post Members what the hell is ccslc? 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Link to post Share on other sites Share on other sites OnWis97 Favourite Logos:overall looks- Canucks, Blackhawks, Devils(green), Whalers, North Stars, Habs, L.A. Kings 2002-2011, Buccaneers, Raiders, Colts, Chargers, Bills, Seahawks (silver), Houston Oilers Phils Phan Ark daniel75 McCall Link to post PackerFan98 0 So have there been any uniforms you loved, that were matched with bad helmets? Or good helmets matched with terrible uniforms?Mine would be this beauty Wisconsin wore last week.There is nothing really great about Wisconsin’s uniforms from the neck down. Still, since the team’s colors are red and white, I’d certainly argue that it’s the helmet that ruins this look. I’d rather they wear this: 2,572 0 Talking specifically NFL hereGood helmet, bad uniform The new Uni’s also ruin a good helmet Share on other sites Members The Chargers uniforms are Top 10 in the NFLAre the bottom 20 uniforms that bad now?Top 5 helmets, great colors, the lightning theme is cool, and unlike almost every other team they have good shoulder stripes.What more do you want?tbh they are borderline Top 5 overall Link to post 4,807 posts 91 1,268 posts 0 13,075 daniel75 Davidellias 0 Link to post 225 Followers 1 Share this post JaguarsBut that set’s all bad…Anyways the Bengals have been a strong example of the latter since 2004. Share on other sites 4,836 posts Location:Cincinnati Next Posted September 22, 2014 12,186 posts I don’t mind many of Oregon uniforms but I can’t stand the helmets which feature the gradient wings. Location:Wisconsin Posted September 22, 2014 Members Ark 1,204 This topic is now closed to further replies. 60 225 I think the top one looks great (well, the pants don’t ruin it too much and noticed the stupid gradient stripe thing while quoting it), but the other two are woofs. 0 2 1,787 posts The Chargers uniforms are Top 10 in the NFLAre the bottom 20 uniforms that bad now? 4,436 Cosmic Share on other sites 6,156 Link to post Ark Link to post I don’t mind many of Oregon uniforms but I can’t stand the helmets which feature the gradient wings.Couldn’t agree more (although this particular set I don’t like at all).Those sonic boom helmets are by far the worst part of the whole set since they debuted. I love 90% of what Oregon puts out, but they have the occasional bad pairing, and that happens 100% of the time when they wear the sonic boom helmet. The yellow one is one of my candidates for best helmet in the country.center_img Link to post Members Cosmic Location:Atlanta, GA Share on other sites The Chargers uniforms are Top 10 in the NFL Members Share this post Posted September 22, 2014 225 Share this post All Activity Share on other sites Posted September 22, 2014 Share this post Members Share this post 0 SportsLogos.Net Members Forums Home Share this post 2 Members Share on other sites Location:Knoxville,TN (home of the living Jeff Foxworthy jokes) 0 0 Link to post 0 Sports Logo News 225 0 1,482 I’m a loner Dotti, a rebel. 1 aawagner011 Share this post Good football uniforms ruined by bad helmets, and good helmets ruined by bad uniforms Share on other sites Posted September 22, 2014 Posted September 22, 2014 Sports Logos Share on other sites 1,275 sportstar1212 2,572 Location:Wisconsin Sport Location:Kokomo Members Share this post Share this post 13,075 Next Ark 447 aawagner011 447 Formerly & Currently McCall Link to post 1,204 Clintau24 Location:Missouri Members 8,272 posts Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites Posted September 22, 2014 Followers 1 2,572 Sport 2,572 2,572 By Davidellias, September 22, 2014 in Sports Logo News 2,080 posts McCall Talking specifically NFL hereGood helmet, bad uniform The new Uni’s also ruin a good helmet I disagree, the new helmet ruins the new uniforms. Favourite Logos:Phillies Primary Logo 1,482 Page 1 of 2   The Chargers uniforms are Top 10 in the NFLAre the bottom 20 uniforms that bad now?Top 5 helmets, great colors, the lightning theme is cool, and unlike almost every other team they have good shoulder stripes.What more do you want?tbh they are borderline Top 5 overallThe colors are completely inferior to their powder blue. The shoulder stripes have fallen horizontal over the years. The UCLA-style lightning stripes are much better. So I’d have to disagree with you. 26,438 posts 2,080 posts Location:Auburn, AL Share on other sites Good football uniforms ruined by bad helmets, and good helmets ruined by bad uniforms 1,121 posts 3,823 posts 0 Favourite Logos:Auburn, White Sox batter, South Alabama Jaguars, Tulane Angry Wave Posted September 22, 2014 Location:Cincinnati Share on other sites shaydre1019 Posted September 22, 2014 Link to post 6,156 1,275 Sports Logo News Favourite Logos:Packers G, Blackhawks chief head, Brewers ball-in-glove, ’68-’93 Bucks, Milwaukee Braves Posted September 22, 2014 1,482 Davidellias 2,572 1,027 0 Share on other sites Seahawks, Helmets>Uni’s Tampa bay Buccaneers 1,482 Members Location:Buffalo, NY Share on other sites Posted September 22, 2014 Posted September 22, 2014 Good helmet, terrible uniform:Decent uniform, terrible helmet: 91 Davidellias 0 0 4,436 Sport Members Clintau24 Share this post half horse, half mountain lion, half grizzly bear 2,080 posts Jaguars 242 13,075 1,027 Share this post 1,027 Location:Veterans Stadium Location:Houston, Texas 2,572 Members SportsLogos.Net Location:Knoxville,TN (home of the living Jeff Foxworthy jokes) Posted September 22, 2014 Share this post Prev 0 Clintau24 13,075 Page 1 of 2   Recommended Posts TVIXX Members 1,204 Forums Home 447 Sign in to follow this   1,482 Posted September 22, 2014 Davidelliaslast_img read more

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Two clubs from La Liga want Stanislav Ivanov from Levski

first_imgTwo clubs from the Spanish La Liga are showing interest in the wing of Levski Stanislav Ivanov, claims “rr.sapo”.However, the publication does not reveal the name of the teams. The offensive player is also wanted by Sporting (Lisbon). The authoritative “Record” even claims that the “lions” are ready to pay 500 thousand euros for Ivanov.“The financial crisis in Sofia’s Levski could lead to a significant reduction in the player’s transfer price,” the article reads.Second Bundesliga club ready to withdraw 400 thousand euros for Levski midfielderSandhausen wants Stein Spearinglast_img

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Fitness Express agrees to sponsor bodybuilding c/ships

first_imgAs customary, Fitness Express has answered the call of the Guyana Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation Inc. (GBBFFI). The long standing benefactor of the federation has once again agreed to be one of the main sponsors of the annual Senior National Championships scheduled for Monday at the National Cultural Centre.During a simple ceremony recently at the entity’s 47 John and Sheriff Streets location, its Manager, Ian Rogers presented a cheque for a substantial sum to Organizing Secretary of the GBBFFI, Videsh Sookram.The funds will be used to offset some of the expenses of the event which commences at 19:00hrs. For the fifth year on the Senior’s stage, the highly anticipated Men’s Physique segment will be contested along with the customary bodybuilding categories, Ms. Bikini and Ms. Body Fitness categories.This year’s event promises to be of a higher standard since many of the athletes have been through months of grueling contest preparation.According to Sookram, “in excess of 20 athletes, inclusive of two females will be on the stage displaying their physiques.” Admission to the venue is $2000.    The other notable sponsor onboard so far is the GBBFFI.last_img read more

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Twelve Ravens thoughts from Greg Roman’s press conference

first_imgWith Greg Roman meeting with the media for the first time since his promotion to offensive coordinator, I’ve offered a dozen thoughts, each in 50 words or less:1. The theme from Tuesday’s press conference was the “reimagining” of the Ravens offense “from the ground up” with Roman even comparing the process to a brand new coaching staff joining a team. That seems telling after so many questioned the sustainability of the post-bye offensive system last year.2. Roman went out of his way to mention how the staff was incorporating college elements, ranging from how modern players learn offensive systems to formations and even the calling of plays at that level. That’s interesting for a staff that doesn’t have a ton of recent college coaching experience.3. Beyond improving his ball security, the greatest offseason focus for Lamar Jackson will be refining his fundamentals and mechanics as a passer, according to Roman. The coordinator opined that certain elements may not have been emphasized very much during his college career.4. Asked what he likes about Jackson as a passer, Roman praised his field vision and compared it to that of Steve McNair, whom he worked with in his first stint with the Ravens from 2006-07. He said that kind of feel can’t be coached and gives Jackson a higher ceiling.5. Like John Harbaugh last month, Roman didn’t disclose many details about Jackson’s offseason football plans, but he noted how this is essentially his first true offseason after he went through the pre-draft process last year. It’s a critical one for Jackson to make that fundamental jump.6. When discussing his play-calling, Roman mentioned not wanting to leave “popcorn on the ground” for the opposing defense to be able to call out their plays. I don’t believe that was a dig at Marty Mornhinweg, but I couldn’t help but think about the playoff loss when he said it.7. Speaking of the popcorn comment, Roman compared adjusting Jackson’s speed to a pitcher striking you out in the first couple at-bats and said the rebuilding of the offense was like kneading dough and putting together IKEA furniture. He had no shortage of interesting analogies, which I appreciated.8. To no surprise, Roman mentioned “a strong, powerful” offensive line as the most important element in building an offense around Jackson. You’d have to think upgrading at left guard or center — ideally, both — remains a priority.9. On the same day Hayden Hurst indicated he finally had the screw removed from his foot that stemmed from his August surgery for a stress fracture, Roman expressed excitement about both him and fellow tight end Mark Andrews and how creative he wants to be with their usage.10. Echoing Eric DeCosta from last month, Roman mentioned wanting wide receivers with strong blocking ability and a “tough guy” element. That’ll be an emphasis in the draft and free agency, but I feel the need to express hope that they’ll find one or two also possessing the position’s traditional traits.11. For those dreaming of a Le’Veon Bell signing, Roman preferring a “stable” of running backs and saying a receiving-minded back isn’t a top priority would probably make it unwise to hold your breath for the pursuit of the Pittsburgh Steeler free agent. Not that I expected it anyway.12. I’m unsure how this is going to go with a “reimagined” offense driven by the run in an NFL leaning so heavily on the pass, but I respect trying to go against the grain for a competitive advantage. How big a passing jump Jackson makes remains the biggest key, however.last_img read more

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Carey proves time was right for move to Late Model division with top rookie award

first_imgBryce Carey raced to national IMCA Late Model rookie of the year honors this season. He is pictured with IMCA President Brett Root. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography)NASHUA, Iowa – A veteran of the IMCA Modifed and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car divisions has na­tional rookie of the year honors to show for his first IMCA Late Model campaign.Bryce Carey of Nashua, Iowa, was a regular at Marshalltown Speedway, Independence Motor Speed­way and Benton County Speedway, while starting and ending his season with Deery Brothers Summer Series outings.“I had raced three years in a Stock Car and three years in a Modified. We had been competitive and I decided it was time to go to a Late Model,” he explained. “I think the Late Model is a premier divi­sion, one of the better classes you can be in in dirt track racing.”Carey bought a 2013 Wallybilt from Curt Martin, benefitting from the expertise of the former na­tional and Deery champion, the chassis builder and house driver Ben Seemann.“When we struggled with setup, those guys helped us make the changes,” he said. “The biggest part of the learning curve was having the spoiler and the wider tires. Late Models seem longer in front so being able to see out of the cockpit different.”The nephew of long-time driver LaVern Carey, he had a couple other experts in his corner.“I work for Corey Dripps, who is one of the best Modified drivers around, and he has shared a lot of setup advice,” Carey said. “And Andy Eckrich at Precision Performance has helped a lot with suspension. We’ve learned a lot from them, too.”He got some unexpected and unwelcome time off mid-season but still scored the rookie of the year award.“We were running for rookie of the year but had to sit out almost a month and a half (July 2 to Aug. 11) because of motor problems,” Carey said. “It was nice when we got those fixed. There were definitely some anxious moments as the rookie points got closer.”Starts-26Wins-0Top Fives-1 HIS CREW: Father Ron and brothers Nick and Tyler. HIS SPONSORS: Wallybilt Race Cars of Waterloo; Scott Olson and Wide Open Race Engines of Blairsburg; and BSB Manufacturing of Wellington, Kan.last_img read more

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Jet at Kathmandu airport catches fire after landing

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(KATHMANDU, Nepal) — A passenger jet attempting to land at Kathmandu International Airport in Nepal skidded off a runway, crashed and burst into flames, an airport official told ABC News.Of an estimated 67 passengers on board, only 17 have been rescued so far, the official said. The rescue is ongoing.The plane was en route from Dhaka and arrived around 2:20 p.m. local time. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img

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Monday sub-state: Oxford boys, Conway Springs girls are eliminated; Argonia girls advance

first_img— 8 9 South Haven Oxford — 10 44 7 — 25 12 44 15 23 BLUESTEM: Lanier 10, H. Clift 9, D. Clift 13, Elsen 4, Beavers 6, Laidler 2.OXFORD: Smith 5, Clements 7, Vaughn 2, Eichelberger 2, Mitchell 6, Cowdin 1.———Class 3A girls: Cheney 37, Conway Springs 34The Conway Springs girls team knew going into this sub-state it was going to be a grind and had to have some luck on its side with eight teams with winning records. The Lady Cardinals got no luck and were eliminated by Cheney despite leading for 28 minutes and at one point holding a 23-13 advantage early in the third quarter. But Cheney, which is a top 10 Class 3A team, would comeback going on an 8-0 run and eventually took the lead late using 3-pointers and free throws. A three-pointer by Emily Monson gave Cheney the lead in the final minute and Conway Springs could not make the game-tying trey. The loss ends a big season in which Conway Springs got hot late toppling this same Cheney team and Garden Plain in the regular season. But it got stuck in an unbelievably tough sub-state and Conway Springs, despite being 14-6, was a seventh seed playing a Cheney program in the first round. Cheney knows post-season success including winning a state championship in the early 2010s. Cheney Argonia 8 17 6 34 — by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — It was a slow start for three of the four Sumner County teams on the first night of sub-state. The lone exception was the Argonia girls, who beat a fellow Sumner County school South Haven in the first round, 44-25.Class 2A boys: Bluestem 44 Oxford 23The Oxford Wildcat boys team has had an up and down year, highlighted by an upset against Caldwell in January.Monday, the host team of this sub-state, fell behind early – trailing 17-2 at the end of the first quarter and down 29-13 at the half en route to a 44-23 loss.“Bluestem is well coached and plays hard and is very physical,” said Kyle Green, Oxford head coach. “They came out and hit a bunch of shots early and we didn’t respond. We fought back in the second quarter, but it was too big of deficit to overcome.”Oxford loses five seniors including: Grant Smith, Tyler Vaughn, Dylan Reuter, Steven Eichelberger and Chevis Cowdin.The Wildcats finished 11-10 overall and 6-3 in the SCBL. 4 9 Conway Springs — E. Ebenkamp 14, K. Koester 10, S. Bellar 5, L. Pauly 5Cheney — H. Albers 14, K. Wewe 7, K. Smith 6, K. Campbell 5, E. Monson 5———Class 3A girls: Caney Valley 60 Belle Plaine 28The Dragons ended a tough season by losing to top 10 ranked Caney Valley on its home court.Belle Plaine 10 5 10 3 — 28Caney Valley 20 25 12 3 — 60Belle Plaine: Brooke Menhusen 6, Marissa Lawless 2, Hanna Mowdy 2, Harlee Christy 2, Amanda Hamersky 4, Jilly Easterly 7, Dawn Hammond 4, Taylor Bohannon 1.———Class 1A girls: Argonia 44 South Haven 25Dixie Brewster’s Red Raiders were victorious in the first round of the Attica sub-state with an easy win over the Cardinals.Argonia took an 8-2 lead and was in front 20-8 advantage in the half.The Red Raiders were led by sophomore Cora Vineyard with 19 points. Argonia now plays 18-2 and No. 2 ranked Cunningham in the semifinals at Attica on Thursday at 6 p.m. 5 — 5 — Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 10 Conway Springs Bluestem 2 4 5 2 8 11 14 37 South Haven – Turek 4, Heskett 6, Colt 4, Bowlby 7, Resendez 4.Argonia – Hammond 3, Booker 3, Thompson 3, Vineyard 19, Casner 7, Tracy 9.———Updated Sumner County sub-state scores and schedule for Tuesday:Monday – Boys: Class 2A – Bluestem 44 Oxford 23. Girls:Class 3A – Cheney 37 Conway Springs 34Class 3A – Caney Valley 60 Belle Plaine 28Class 1A – Argonia 44 South Haven 25.Tuesday – Boys: Class 3A – Eureka (3-16) at Belle Plaine (12-8). Class 3A –  Sedgwick (8-11) at Conway Springs (16-4).Class 1A at Attica – South Haven (6-15) vs. Stafford (2-17), 6 p.m.; Argonia (6-13) vs. Cunningham (0-19), 7:30.Girls: Class 2A – Oxford (0-19) at Flinthills (17-3), 7 p.m.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 12 13 11last_img read more

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Nigeria beat Iceland to keep Argentina’s World Cup alive

first_img 22/06/2018 NGA Nigeria mantiene a Argentina en la pelea 1-0, minuto 49. Musa. Contra de Nigeria llevada por Moses por banda derecha que finaliza con un centro al área. Allí controla espectacularmente Musa en el aire y, con la derecha, ‘fusila’ al meta islandés. 2-0, minuto 75. Musa. Con la derecha, desde dentro del área, después de una jugada individual por banda izquierda después de una asistencia de Omeruo. Lionel Messi and Co. were beaten by Croatia on Thursday to leave them with one point from their opening two games and on the brink of an elimination.  David Salinas Nigeria ISL @flytoapia Nigeria will also qualify if they win the game. In the event of a draw, Nigeria will still qualify unless Iceland win — in which case goal difference will once again determine second place.  Nigeria’s 2-0 win against Iceland has given Argentina hope of making the last 16 of the World Cup despite their nightmare start to the tournament.  2-0 Partido de la Fase de Grupos (segunda jornada del grupo D) disputado en el Volgograd Arena ante 40.904 espectadores. Uzoho; Omeruo, Ekong, Balogun; Moses, Etebo (90. Iwobi), Mikel (c), Ndidi, Idowu (46. Ebuehi); Musa e Iheanacho (85. Ighalo). CESTcenter_img Goles Iceland need to win and hope Nigeria don’t win, which will leave them vying for a place in the last 16 on goal difference.  However, Nigeria’s win means there’s now all to play for in the final round of fixtures, with three teams still able to progress with Croatia.  Upd. at 21:09 Matt Conger (Nueva Zelanda). Mostró tarjeta amarilla a Idowu (m. 44) por derribar a Bodvarsson. If Argentina beat Nigeria and Iceland fail to beat Croatia, they will make the last 16. If they and Iceland both win, it will come down to goal difference between the two sides.  IN SPORT.ES Islandia MATCH FACTS Fase Grupos · Jornada 2 Incidencias Halldorsson; Saevarsson, Arnason, R. Sigurdsson (65. Ingason), Magnusson; Gislason, Gunnarsson (c) (87. A. Skulason), G. Sigurdsson, Bjarnason; Bodvarsson (71. Sigurdarson) y Finnbogason. Árbitro Ahmed Musa scored both the goals for the Africans as they beat Iceland, who missed a penalty through Gylfi Sigurdsson as Group D was opened up.last_img read more

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