Foxing’s debut album The Albatross was a sleeper hit of 2013, gaining fans with the strength of its makeshift single, “Rory,” and the band’s consistent string of support tours. Triple Crown Records signed Foxing and quickly releasedShow More Summary
It's a big day for chess nerds! World Champion Magnus Carlsen just took the Chess Triple Crown by holding the World Blitz, Rapid, and Classic titles consecutively. I've seen some reports that Carlsen is the first player in history to ever pull this off, but he's not. Susan Polgar did it back in 1996.
1 NOR Carlsen Magnus 2881 17.02 RUS Nepomniachtchi Ian 2730 16.03 USA Hikaru Nakamura 2775 16.04 VIE Le Quang Liem 2712 14.05 AZE Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 2743 13.56 ARM Levon Aronian 2815 13.57 IND Anand Viswanathan 2785 13.58 AZE Mamedov...Show More Summary
When Clayton Kershaw came within one error of a perfect game Wednesday night, he added "no-hitter" to a list of accolades and achievements that already included three ERA titles, two Cy Young awards, and a Triple Crown. In fact, he did...Show More Summary
A pair of U.S. Army soldiers wanted a place to watch the third leg of the Triple Crown, but instead they saved a woman's life.
Final round top board results: 1 13 AZE Radjabov Teimour 9½ ½ - ½ 10½ Carlsen Magnus NOR 42 9 IND Anand Viswanathan 10 ½ - ½ 10 Levon Aronian ARM 73 8 RUS Karjakin Sergey 10 0 - 1 9½ Alexander Morozevich RUS 154 18 VIE Le Quang LiemShow More Summary
Rank Country Full Name Fide Rating Points 1 NOR Carlsen Magnus 2881 8.0 2 ARM Levon Aronian 2815 7.5 3 RUS Nepomniachtchi Ian 2730 7.04 ITA Caruana Fabiano 2791 7.05 RUS Tomashevsky Evgeny 2695 7.06 CHN Yangyi Yu 2675 7.07 RUS Alexander...Show More Summary
Bob Ehalt on tinkering with the Triple Crown schedule: Moving the Belmont Stakes to July will not help NYRA. If anything it will turn June into a dead spot on the NYRA calendar and force it to conduct its biggest race of the year during a period of time most people in the New York-area […]
World champion Carlsen eyes Dubai world titles MENAFN - Khaleej Times - 15/06/2014 (MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Matches in the shorter versions of the sport (rapid and blitz) in dubai begin at 3pm. Magnus Darlsen will be the main draw along...Show More Summary
Since 1930, no golfer has swept the majors, and in the last three decades, only Tiger Woods has won the first two legs. The difficulty is that there are different horses for different courses.
The race horse, California Chrome, recently in the news for his attempt at the Triple Crown, may be different than other horses according to the IRS, and it all has to do with the complicated depreciation system in the U.S. The tax code...Show More Summary
The dream is over, and that's horse racing. The champion is just a horse, after all. We don't know what California Chrome's excuse was for losing Saturday's Belmont Stakes--and with it, the much-anticipated Triple Crown. There's a list,...Show More Summary
California Chrome failed in his bid for racing's biggest prize. If he had won, would it have made horse racing matter?
Williston Park, L.I.: Mike Lupica should stick to sports he knows something about (“Saddle-sore loser spews horse pucky,” June 9).
It has been 25 years since anyone has successfully defended his U.S. Open title and while that may not be as long as the current Triple Crown drought in horse racing, consider that when Curtis Strange went back-to-back in 1988 and ’89, he was the first to do it since Ben Hogan in ’50 and ’51.
Steve Coburn, the owner of California Chrome who went on a bit of an angry rant after his horse did not claim the Triple Crown over the weekend, apologized on GMA this morning for his "very emotional" rant against Tonalist, the horse that ultimately won the Triple Crown.
Co-owner of California Chrome, the horse who almost clinched the Triple Crown at Belmont last Saturday, apologized on “Good Morning America” Monday for his strongly worded post-race condemnation of American thoroughbred horse racing and the winner Tonalist. Coburn fought through tears on GMA to say that he felt “very ashamed” about his comments. He then issued apologies […]
On Monday, California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn tearfully apologized two days after his post-race rant heard around immediately after his horse missed out on a chance to win the Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes like twelve other horses before him since 1978. Show More Summary
h/t Hypervocal June 7, 2014—the Greatest Comment in the History of the Internet has been posted. pic.twitter.com/rxkzXdq01c — Cosmo%20Catalano (@cosmocatalano) June 7, 2014 There will be no fairy tale stories or Triple Crown winners or rags-to-riches talesas long as Obama and his minions continue to destroy this great country. We have lost out hope, we […]
NEW YORK (AP) — California Chrome co-owner Steve Coburn apologized Monday for his bitter remarks after his horse failed to win the Triple Crown.