VINTON, Iowa – The final portion of IMCA’s 2016 national decal program have been announced, with information released for the Stock Car division.Dirt Defender has signed on as part of that program, which also includes EngineQuest – title sponsor for both Northern and Southern regions – Speedway Motors, Intercomp, Holley, MSD, Sunoco and Fast Shafts.“The Stock Car division was the last to be announced because we wanted to confirm a couple of agreements and make sure we got Dirt Defender on board,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “Now that we have those solidified we’ll get the decals distributed before the majority of our tracks open weekly.”Drivers must provide proof of decal placement to become eligible for national and regional point fund shares. Car photos can be mailed to Yoder at the IMCA home office or emailed to email@example.com.Decal packets, which also include applicable contingency sign-up forms, are being mailed beginning this month to drivers who have purchased 2016 licenses.Deadline for submitting car photos and contingency forms is Aug. 1.
The Jac-Cen-Del Junior High Cross Country teams ran in a three-way meet at Switzerland County on Tuesday evening (9/10) along with Shawe.The JCD Girls’ team finished 2nd. The JCD Boys’ team was incomplete. Sept10@SwitzCountyCourtesy of Eagles Coach Steve Narwold.
GUWAHATI, Sep 16: Udalguri girl Bhagyabati Kachari claimed gold medal at the Ahmet Comert Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey. Playing in the light heavyweight category (81kg) Bhagyabati got the better of Selma Karakoyun. She was declared the most scientific boxer of the tournament, and the Indian women’s team finished third.Bhagyabati Kachari was also presented the ‘Best Technical Boxer Award’ of the tournamentAssam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has congratulated Bhagyabati Kachari for her victory.https://twitter.com/sarbanandsonwal/status/1041241508681142274The 26-year-old boxer who hails from Udmari village near Tangla in Udalguri is the daughter of Deben Kachari and Chaitra Kachari. She had previously participated and won a number of medals in national boxing championships along with clinching bronze in Asian Women’s Boxing Championships held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia way back in 2012.Simranjit Kaur (64kg), Monika (48kg) also won gold medals for India.
AMERICAN decathlete Ashton Eaton, who won gold at London 2012 and Rio 2016, has retired from athletics.Two-time Olympic decathlon gold medallist Ashton Eaton has announced his retirement from competitive action with immediate effect.Eaton defended his Olympic title in Rio last year, breaking his own world record in the process, having first claimed decathlon gold at London 2012.The 30-year-old was also prolific at the World Championships, bursting onto the international scene in 2011 when he won silver behind United States teammate Trey Hardee.Eaton beat Hardee by 198 points in the London Games, before going on to seal back-to-back World titles in Moscow and Beijing.With a glittering career behind him Eaton has opted to step away from athletics, saying: “Frankly there isn’t much more I want to do in sport.“I gave the most physically robust years of my life to the discovery and pursuit of my limits in this domain. Did I reach them? Truthfully, I’m not sure anyone really does.“It seems like we tend to run out of time or will before we run out of potential. That makes humanity limitless then, as far as I’m concerned. And I think that’s inspiring.”His wife Brianne Theisen-Eaton also announced her retirement and steps away from a career in the heptathlon, having claimed bronze in Rio, adding to silver medals in the Moscow and Beijing World Championships.“Crossing the 800m finish line in Rio I didn’t have this feeling,” she said.“I was mentally exhausted. I have never been so thankful to be finished something in my life. I felt like I never wanted to do another heptathlon again.“I gave the last 4 years everything I could. I put my life on hold. Track and field was the priority before everything else: my family, my friends, my marriage, my future. This is something I chose to do and I don’t regret it for a second. It made me happy to pursue something I was so passionate about.“I no longer have the passion for track and field or the heptathlon that I used to, because I know I can’t advance any further in the sport. I’ve given it all I can and I refuse to come back and half-ace it because I love and respect this event and sport too much.” (Sportsmax)
Written By First Published: 5th October, 2019 20:31 IST COMMENT Adil Khan LIVE TV Last Updated: 5th October, 2019 20:31 IST Brock Lesnar To Bobby Lashley, Wrestlers Who Have Excelled Outside WWE WWE: Professional wrestling sometimes takes over a wrestler’s life and they decide to leave the company and try something else. Here’s a list of wrestlers. Also Read l WWE: Brock Lesnar Defeats Kofi Kingston In Seconds To Win The TitleBobby LashleyBobby Lashley has done a lot outside the ring, he has previously won 3 NAIA championships, 4 NAIA All-American championships, 3 International Military Sports Council championship and many more. Apart from that, he has also won many wrestling championships while serving for the US Army, However, he was not able to represent his country at the Olympics as he was injured a few days before the event in a bank robbery. After that, Lashley made his career in MMA, WWE and TNA. Though his MMA career was short-lived, he became the TNA champion numerous times. These days he is dominating the WWE ring with is raw power.Also Read l WWE SmackDown: Cain Velasquez Enters The Ring To Destroy Brock LesnarKurt AngleMany know about how legendary was Kurt Angle’s career in WWE, but only a few may know that he has done incredibly well outside the ring too. Before joining WWE, he won many awards in his amateur wrestling career. He is a 2-time NCAA Division-1 Heavyweight Wrestling Champion and a gold medallist in freestyle wrestling at 1995 World Wrestling Championships. But his is most noteworthy win apart from WWE championship title was winning a Gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 1996 Summer Olympics.Also Read l WWE SmackDown Results, October 4: Winners, Grades And Other Details WATCH US LIVE Professional wrestling sometimes takes over a wrestler’s life and they decide to leave WWE and try something else. The biggest example of this is former WWE wrestler CM Punk who left WWE because of some conflict with WWE officials. CM Punk then decided to fight in Ultimate Fighting Champion (UFC) but lost his debut match, he then started making comic books, commentating at shows and movies. Though he has left WWE, he is still known to be one of the greatest WWE wrestlers and whenever he decides to come back, fans would welcome him with open arms. Apart from CM Punk, many WWE superstars have tried their luck in other areas.Also Read l WWE SmackDown: Braun Strowman Vs Tyson Fury, Will It Happen?Brock LesnarThe most known WWE wrestler to try in other sport is Brock Lesnar. The Beast has dominated both the WWE Ring and UFC Octagon in the past. Fans believe that Brock is one of the best crossover stars in the history of mixed martial arts. In his early days, Brock Lesnar won a lot of titles in WWE and later went on to become the Heavyweight Champion in UFC. Now that he has returned to WWE, he still performs at his highest level and still has a lot of fan following. Without a doubt, Brock Lesnar is the benchmark for all the future wrestlers who want to dominate either WWE or UFC or both. SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US