Via SB Nation: "For the first time in her career, Abby Wambach is a World Cup winner. And after the final whistle blew in the United States' 5-2 win over Japan, she sprinted over to the stands to find her wife, Sarah Huffman, who was sitting in the front row with the rest of the American supporters."
Abby Wambach sprinted to wife Sarah Huffman after the final whistle sounded on America’s World Cup victory, and the two shared a touching moment that was years in the making. Wambach, who is arguably the best women’s soccer player in...Show More Summary
Casper Steinfath puts on a dominant performance in Finland, winning both Long Distance & Sprints at Stop 2 of the EU Cup Casper Steinfath (Naish) completed an impressive weekend of racing here in Finland for Stop #2 of the 2015 European Cup taking victory in today’s sprint racing, which coupled with his bullet win in the [...]
Awwwwwwww. For the first time in her career, Abby Wambach is a World Cup winner. And after the final whistle blew in the United States' 5-2 win over Japan, she sprinted over to the stands to find her wife, Sarah Huffman, who was sitting in the front row with the rest of the American supporters. I'm not crying, you're crying.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular Austin Dillon climbed into the No. 33 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Saturday night for the Subway Firecracker 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Saturday night, and after a one hour rain delay before the race took the green flag, Dillon went on to claim his [...]
The season finale of Penny Dreadful is finally here! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Sunday 07/05/2015: The post What’s On TV Tonight? – ‘Penny Dreadful’ Finale, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, ‘Falling Skies’ on Sunday appeared first on Rickey News Videos.
Daytona International Speedway could see a similar day Sunday as it did Saturday before the start of the NASCAR Xfinity series. Showers and storms Saturday afternoon washed out Sprint Cup qualifying and delayed the start of the Xfinity race. Show More Summary
We are nearly at the halfway point of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season with Sunday's Coke Zero 400 from Daytona International Speedway in Florida, the 17th of 36 races on the docket this year. Dale Earnhardt Jr. came in third at this track in February at the Daytona 500, a race he has won twice in his career. Show More Summary
NASCAR action shifts to Daytona on Sunday for the Coke Zero 400, the 17th race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, live from Daytona International Speedway. Points leader Kevin Harvick has two wins and eight second-place finishes in 2015. Show More Summary
After a brief reprieve at a road course out West, NASCAR hits the familiar turns of Daytona International Speedway Sunday for the Coke Zero 400. It's one of the most important events on the calendar as the Sprint Cup Series returns to NBC and the Chase looms in the distance. Show More Summary
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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has made its way back to Daytona for America's holiday weekend as Independence Day was supposed to be spent qualifying for the Coke Zero 400. But Saturday's festivities were delayed and later canceled as qualifying set to start at 4:35 p.m. Show More Summary
Lightning and rain forced NASCAR to cancel Sprint Cup qualifying for Sunday night’s race at Daytona. Inclement weather scrubbed Sprint Cup qualifying Saturday at Daytona International Speedway, giving Dale Earnhardt Jr. the pole position...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Weather brought the cancellation of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Saturday. As a result of the cancellation, the starting grid for Sunday’s Coke Zero 400 were set based on practice speeds from the first practice session on Friday, putting Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the pole and [...]
The Chip Ganassi Racing driver is still pursuing his first career Sprint Cup win. Kyle Larson's sophomore season wasn't supposed to be a struggle, not after a sterling rookie year that included five finishes of third better and six top-10s...Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Daytona, Florida this week for the Coke Zero 400 at the Daytona Raceway. Our job is to select the best combination of drivers that will give your DraftKings fantasy team the best chance toShow More Summary
For the Sprint Cup Series teams, Friday was supposed to be a day of preparation for this weekend’s qualifying and racing. However, for a number of teams, Friday ended up being rather painful. Roughly ten minutes into the session, Brad...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch’s February crash spurred Daytona to install additional energy-absorbent soft walls. Several safety improvements greeted drivers when they arrived at Daytona International Speedway for this weekend's Sprint Cup and XfinityShow More Summary
A “big one” during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400 collected a ton of cars, including the one driven by Carl Edwards. So, what does he do? He hops in and starts helping his crew wrench on the car, duh. Read more...
Sprint Cup races shifting from FOX to NBC beginning Sunday is a much-welcomed change. As NBC Sports takes over broadcasting duties of the Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series this weekend, analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte received a mandate...Show More Summary