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Sporting News NASCAR Wire ServiceStarting from the rear after missing the drivers' meeting and driver introductions didn't deter Kyle Busch, who held off charging Parker Kligerman to win Thursday night's UNOH 225 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway. Busch won his...
Eyewitness SportsAt first I though it was me. I was having a bad day. I was sick to my stomach. Kyle Busch was stinking on up the show at Kentucky Motor Speedway and TNT's enhanced audio was not really working out, I'm sure they way they envisioned it. As I logged on to...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsKansas schools and lawmakers are putting a greater emphasis on head injury prevent ahead of the upcoming school year. On July 1, a new state law took effect that is designed to prevent or limit the severity of concussions and brain injuries. The...
Austin Walton of Newport News started his own sports agency two years ago at the tender age of 24. The venture was, and is, to say the least, high-risk. The agent racket is Darwinian, replete with sharks and scoundrels. And rare is the fledgling with the...
Among ACC teams, only Miami has secured more 2012 football commitments than Virginia Tech and Virginia, with the Hokies scoring Sunday with defensive end Woody Baron of Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy and defensive tackle Nigel Williams of Richmond's...
Mark Whitehead dies at 50; cyclist was part of U.S. team that participated in blood doping during 1984 Summer OlympicsMark Whitehead, a member of the U.S. track cycling team that participated in blood doping during the 1984 Summer Olympics, creating a scandal that led to the practice being banned from the sport, has died. He was 50. Whitehead died in Frisco, Texas,...
In 2009, former Maryland basketball coach Lefty Driesell received a puzzling phone call. C.J. Leslie — a high school player recruited by Kentucky, Connecticut and other powerhouse programs — introduced himself and said he wanted to learn...
Tags: YouTube, C.J. Leslie, Len Bias, Mark Turgeon, Television
Denny Hamlin has won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race for the first time this year, holding off Matt Kenseth at Michigan International Speedway. The drivers appeared headed for a fuel-mileage finish Sunday. Then a late caution enabled them to make pit stops...
Tags: Denny Hamlin, NASCAR, Joey Logano, Auto Racing, Clint Bowyer
The final lap of a NASCAR race is usually a blur of speed. Saturday night's STP 300 was something else. Justin Allgaier coasted across the finish line to win despite running out of fuel after passing Carl Edwards on the final lap at Chicagoland...
Sporting News NASCAR Wire ServiceYears ago, as a garage rat at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Paul Menard dreamed of winning a race at the vaunted Brickyard. On Sunday, the dream came true. In a season full of improbable first-time winners in NASCAR’s foremost races, Menard, 30,...
Eyewitness SportsAsk your average sports fan what they know about racing, and the first think most will say is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. There is just something special about that famed yard of bricks. For NASCAR drivers there is no doubt that the Daytona is...
Special to Sporting News NASCAR Wire ServiceJustin Allgaier was leading when caution was called on the final lap of the third green-white-checkered-flag attempt on the 4.048-mile road course, but he ran out of gas at the top of Turn 6, allowing Sorenson to assume the lead on Lap 57 of the scheduled...
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