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Mayweather earns decision over Manny Pacquiao in the biggest Pay-Per-View in Boxing history
Sunday, 26 April 2015 20:56

Busch Dominates in Richmond

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Kurt Busch returns to victory lane after the rain postpones the race from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon.
Monday, 20 April 2015 03:05

Kenseth Wins Rain-Soaked Food City 500

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Matt Kenseth won from the pole in a race dominated by Mother Nature and NASCAR's Air Titan.
Sunday, 12 April 2015 04:05

Jimmie Johnson Dominates in Texas

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Johnson picks up his career win no. 72, inches closer to Dale Earnhardt's 76.
Sunday, 29 March 2015 21:52

Hamlin Wins STP 500 in Martinsville

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Hamlin returns to victory lane at his home track.
Brad Keselowski steals a win from the Stewart-Haas duo of Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick.
Sunday, 15 March 2015 23:41

Kevin Harvick Dominates at Phoenix

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Kevin Harvick goes back-to-back during NASCAR's West Coast swing.
On Race Talk Live with Kate Moss, we will chat about NASCAR reinstating Kurt Busch... Also, we will chat with front tire carrier in the XFinity Series and Sprint Cup Series Devon Armstrong, plus hear from young drivers Cruz Skinner and Kodie Conner about their latest and upcoming news... Don't forget CLNS contributor Adam Niemeyer will be with us, as well as Stat Guy Stephen Conley and Social Media Moderator Mike Reed... See you 7-8pmEST Wednesday for the fastest show on the radio!
Sunday, 08 March 2015 22:50

Harvick wins Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas

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Kevin Harvick won last year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in seeming dominating fashion, having the fastest car on numerous race weekends. He won Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway by dominating the field. “It’s so cool to win here at Las Vegas,” he said. “It’s good to…
Sunday, 01 March 2015 23:44

Jimmie Johnson Wins at Atlanta

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Jimmie Johnson returns to championship form with new rules package.
Sunday, 22 February 2015 22:43

Joey Logano Wins the Daytona 500

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Joey Logano, 24, won the biggest race of his career in what will be known as Jeff Gordon's final Daytona 500.
Boston and New England have long been pillars of tradition and intellect throughout history.  But the Information Age has brought more changes to our society in such a short period of time.  Are there any drawbacks to this in the sports media?
Friday, 20 February 2015 23:35

Kurt Busch Indefinitely Suspended

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Announcement comes just days before NASCAR's marquee event.
Sunday, 15 February 2015 03:49

Matt Kenseth Wins the Sprint Unlimited

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Matt Kenseth survived an exhibition wreck-fest to start the year off in victory lane.
Make of what you will of Boston’s Olympic Bid.  One of America’s original cities may not be the ever elusive “world-class”, but who’s to say it won’t be one day.
Monday, 26 January 2015 21:31

LHR Words of Wisdom #1: #BostonWeak

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Boston and North East's reaction to blizzard of #Snowmaggedon2015 just another example of the continual decline of the population.
Advanced analytics has taken the sporting world by storm.  Every professional sports franchise is obsessed with finding the most efficient and beneficial methods towards constructing a team.  If anything, new doors have been opened to other facets towards improving a team and its players.  What are they?
The following article was released by the Dover International Speedway website, regarding the loss of a dedicated track employee: Dover International Speedway is mourning the loss of a dedicated employee who died yesterday from injuries sustained during a multi-vehicle collision on I-476 in Broomall, Pa. Jason Anderson, 33, senior director of…
Sunday, 14 December 2014 22:13

NCAAB: Hankerson scores 23 to lead BU over Quinnipiac, 71-68

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Two schools separated by no more than four hours of travel did battle on Sunday for a friendly matinee as Boston University played Quinnipiac.