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New 2017 Shoei RF-SR introduced

first_imgJapanese helmet maker Shoei is just showed off its newest range-topping helmet destined to hit markets worldwide soon. Called the 2017 Shoei RF-SR helmet series, it comes brimmed with many of the firm’s top features while keeping its core functionality too.The new 2017 Shoei RF-SR firstly feature a shell design that’s both compact and aerodynamic merged with sharp and aggressive styling for a distinct progressive look.It also benefits with excellent airflow, an advanced lid system and fully removable inner-lining. All of which will see the 2017 Shoei RF-SR easily catering to both urban and long-distance riders easily.Like any of the brand’s other helmets, the 2017 Shoei RF-SR will be handmade in Japan through Shoei’s signature and sophisticated process involving over 50 people for each and every helmet.A total of seven colour schemes will be available. The selection includes Black, White, Matte Black, Matte Deep Gray, Basalt Gray, Tangerine Orange, and Matte Blue Metallic. Optional graphics options remains to be seen however.But if you wished for something with more colours and graphics, Shoei also took the opportunity at introducing a range of new graphics for the rest of its premium helmet selections.First comes the Shoei X-Fourteen and its newly added Marquez4 TC-6, Lawson TC-1 & Rainey TC-1, Laverty TC-4, Kagayama5 TC-2/TC-5, and Assail TC-5 graphics options.Next comes the Shoei GT-Air series that gets the new Decade TC-1, Expanse TC-4 as well as Pendulum TC-1/TC-3/TC-5 graphics schemes.Moving on the Shoei RF-1200,it now features the Parameter TC-1/TC-3/TC-5 layouts offered alongside the Vessel TC-5, Ruts TC-5/TC-6, Intense TC-7, and Flagger TC-1/TC-2/TC-3 options as well.The Shoei Hornet-X2, on the other hand, only gets one new theme, he Navigate TC-3/TC-5/Tc-8, and so does the VFX-W, which will be available in Hectic TC-1/TC-2/TC-4/TC-5.These, along with the new 2017 Shoei RF-SR series will arrive in markets sometime early next year according to the Japanese helmet firm. New range-topping 2017 Shoei RF-SR helmet series introduced alongside new graphics schemes. –Ads–last_img read more

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Blue Jackets set franchise home winning streak at 7, beating Rangers 4-2

first_imgDrama ensued midway through the second period when Matt Calvert took a puck off the forehead. The puck split Cavert’s forehead open, leaving a not so pretty mess on the ice. Calvert would immediately head into the locker room for medical attention and his return looked unlikely. Minutes after Calvert’s departure from the ice, New York would score their first goal of the night. The second period ended with the CBJ clinging to a one goal game. 2-1. Calvert would somehow manage to return to the game a few minutes into the third period. With A throbbing headache and 30 plus stitches. Calvert showed real toughness and grit coming back into the game. William Karlsson gave Calvert a lot of praise after the game, saying, “He brings a lot of energy. He comes ready to work everyday and can produce offense. He’s huge for us.”The Rangers would score the opening goal of the third period to tie the game at two. At this point, the game was starting to turn into the slug fest that was predicted. With 11:35 remaining and the score knotted at two, both teams appeared desperate to not allow overtime. After a few back and fourth shot attempts, something magical happened. Short-handed with a man down, Ryan Murray snagged the puck off the boards near his own goal and rushed up the ice. Hurling up the ice Murray had a wide open pass to, none other than, Matt Calvert, who buried a shot passed New York Goalie Henrik Lundqvist. Related Topics The Columbus Blue Jackets set a franchise record on Friday night for the most wins in a row on home ice.For the seventh straight home game, CBJ fans at Nationwide Arena got to watch wildly entertaining hockey, which ultimately ended with a Jackets W. This streak has included wins against the Canadiens, Rangers, Capitals, and Blackhawks…and in case you didn’t know, those are the top 4 teams in the NHL right now. Side Note: The Columbus Blue Jackets are good, much quicker than expected. Obviously, most people knew the CBJ’s future was real bright, regardless of the outcome of this season. However, nobody could have predicted that last year’s 28th ranked team would be tearing their way through the NHL as they are. Next in line Friday, the CBJ took on the l New York Rangers, who entered play with a 13-4 record. This is a Rangers team who sits atop the Jackets own Metropolitan division and second in the entire NHL, with 26 total points. The first period of Friday’s game started off miserably slow and a little unusual. The Jackets and Rangers are two of the best scoring teams in the NHL right now, and managed to only shoot 6 shots total. It wasn’t until 16:34 in that William Karlsson got the ball rolling. Karlsson would pick off a Rangers pass and drive in an unassisted opening goal, to put the Jackets up by one. Matt McCaguecenter_img Luckily for everyone involved, the following two periods would pack a little more excitement. Sam Gagner would get the second period off to a quicker start. Like Karlsson’s first period goal, Gagner’s would come off of a Rangers turnover and would also be unassisted. This goal marked Gagner’s 7th of the year and gives him the team lead in goals. This was the Jackets first short-handed goal of the season and no one could dreamed up a better winning shot. So just to sum up Calvert’s evening, gets hit directly in the forehead with a puck, looses pools of blood on the ice, leaves game to get 30 stitches and concussion evaluation, becomes  an absolute beast and returns to play, score go ahead goal to win the game. What a night!A lot of players wouldn’t even think to come back into the game, let alone come back and be the key part of the game winning goal. This gives a little insight into the passion and determination this team shares. Boone Jenner would put the cherry on top, scoring the final goal on an empty net with one second left on the game clock.After the game head coach John Tortorella would weight in on the importance of winning at home.“If we want an opportunity to compete in this league into march and April, your home record needs to stand in there,” the coach stated.“We started out slow earlier and have come on, but that has to continue if we want to be around at the end.”Tortorella also went on to talk about toughness.“These last couple games we’ve won them in a different way, a tough way. We want to be tough and Matt (Calvert) can attest to that. That was some tough stuff.”The Blue Jackets can compete with the best. That’s a fact. The question now is going to be: can the CBJ sustain their endurance and keep getting big wins deep into the 82 game season?After 15 games, the CBJ are the talk around the NHL and the team stock continues to skyrocket. Columbus now has 20 points on the season, 11th-most in the NHL and 5th in the metropolitan division. The Jackets are off Saturday, but hit the road to face the Capitals in D.C. on Sunday, marking the second meeting between the two teams in less than a week.last_img read more

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Michael Brantley undergoes ankle surgery

first_img Related TopicsCleveland IndiansIndiansMichael BrantleyMichael Brantley Ankle InjuryMLB Ashley Bastock CLEVELAND– Indians outfielder Michael Brantley underwent right ankle surgery on Wednesday, the club announced via a release.The arthroscopic surgery was performed to stabilize the ligaments in his right ankle. Per the release, Brantley is expected to be out of baseball activity for the next four to five months.Brantley was placed on the disabled list after he injured his ankle on Aug. 8 against the Rockies. He was not activated until the final weekend of the regular season, and went on to make the ALDS roster.After Edwin Encarnacion suffered an ankle injury of his own, Brantley took his place at DH.Per Jordan Bastian, Cleveland has a $12 million option on Brantley. They have until three days after the World Series to make a decision on whether or not to buy him out.center_img Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42last_img read more

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High school boys basketball: Airline runs record to 2-0 with win over Ruston

first_imgMcConathy hit both his 3-pointers in the third. Crawford and Wineglass hit one each. Each of the trio hit two 3-pointers. The Vikings hit nine 3s in the game. Airline returns to action on Dec. 3 against Bossier at home.Top Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Kendrick Crawford, Kyle McConathy and Amir Wineglass led the Vikings with 12 points apiece. Eight other Airline players scored. The Vikings led 12-7 after the first quarter and 25-15 at the half. Airline took complete control with a 21-7 run in the third quarter. The Airline Vikings ran their record to 2-0 with a 60-40 victory over the Ruston Bearcats on Thursday night at Airline.last_img read more

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Cricket News Ross Taylor Celebrates Record 100th Test With His Kids At The Basin Reserve Against India

first_imgNew Delhi: Even before a ball was bowled in the Basin Reserve Test between India and New Zealand, Ross Taylor had created history. The 34-year-old became the first cricketer in history to play 100 matches in all three formats of the game. To mark the occasion, Taylor walked out for the New Zealand national anthem with his two kids Mackenzie Taylor and Jonty Taylor. There was no sign of his third kid, Adelaide Taylor. The moment was poignant and it was captured beautifully.  Ross Taylor is the leading run-getter in both ODIs and Tests with 8570 runs and 7174 runs respectively. Taylor is the leading century-hitter in ODIs while he is second behind current skipper Kane Williamson.”Really excited about the occasion. It’s very nice for the team and the family to experience something they might never do again. I’ll need some help drinking (the hundred bottles of wine), but they can be stored for a while. It keeps the tradition from Fleming, Brendon (McCullum) and Dan (Daniel Vettori) who all played over a hundred Tests each and hopefully we can celebrate this one with a win,” Taylor said. Ross Taylor became the fourth New Zealand player after Stephen Fleming, Brendon McCullum and Daniel Vettori to play 100 Tests and he made an impact on the field as he took the catch of Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli for 2.Not A ‘Perfect Career’During the Bay Oval Twenty20 International against India, he played 100 T20I games. Speaking ahead of the first Test, Taylor reflected on his career and he said he had learned to live with imperfections throughout his career. “No one has a perfect career and you fail at some stage especially as a batter. Mistakes and scenarios make you grow as a person. Test cricket and cricket in general as a batter, you go through a lot of ups and downs and that’s definitely what I have been through, and as a team as well. But Wellington holds a special place in my heart and I am sure having a lot of family and friends there will be something that I will be proud of and look back on at the end of my career with fond memories,” Taylor said.Ross Taylor is the leading run-getter in Tests and ODIs for New Zealand. (Image credit: Getty Images)Taylor has enjoyed a career in which he has travelled all over the globe, firstly as a Twenty20 specialist before maturing into one of the pillars of New Zealand cricket. The right-hander thanked his family for the support that they gave him in his career.Also Read | Ross Taylor Eyes Unique Milestone In Wellington Test vs India, Reflects On ‘Satisfying’ Career”It is not easy on my wife Victoria to raise three kids for as long as she has. We play a lot but that’s probably why when you do play at home, it’s nice to be a dad and it’s nice for them, Jonty and Mackenzie to be old enough to sort of understand what dad does. Regardless of whether you score runs or not, they (kids) give dad a hug. That puts everything into perspective and hopefully when they are bit older than they are now, they will be proud of what I have achieved as a cricketer for them,” Taylor said. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Kastelic’s free throws in final seconds give Mona Shores girls a 50-49 win over Big Reds

first_img ENDS IN Miss Basketball candidate Jordan Walker beats the Big Reds defense down the floor on the Mona Shores fastbreak. Photo/Joe Lane Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Report a problem This item is… (1461) Displayed poorly Tierra Williams takes the shot in the lane for Muskegon. Photo/Joe Lane Fox Sports Go Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive × Displayed poorly Bestseller Report a problem This item is… Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Other Not relevant Bestseller × ENDS IN $0.00 Daz’Sha Day gets past Mona Shores defender Alyza Winston. Photo/Joe Lane × Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY Report a problem This item is… Inappropriate / Offensive Bestseller Inappropriate / Offensive Thank you! 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Photo/Joe LaneThat left Mona Shores with one more chance to extend its outstanding season.The Sailors quickly inbounded the ball and raced up court. Mona Shores’ Veronica Kastelic took a pass near the basket and went up for a left-handed layup.The shot fell short, but a controversial foul was called that sent Kastelic to the free throw line with two seconds remaining.Kastelic sank both shots to put the Sailors ahead 50-49. The Big Reds were unable to get a shot off in the time remaining and the nail-biting contest was over.“Bottom line is we won by one point,” said Mona Shores Coach Brad Kurth, whose team improved to 18-3 and will meet archrival Reeths-Puffer on Friday night in the district championship game. “We talked about it in the locker room. Give credit to Muskegon. They had a great game plan. We survived and advanced, that’s key this time of year.“I’m really proud of Veronica hitting those free throws. I know there is some hate about whether it was a foul or not, but I’ll tell you there were plenty of missed calls throughout the game in their favor.”Muskegon Coach Rodney Walker did not see it that way.“It was horrible,” said Walker, whose team finished the season with a 12-10 record. “It was ridiculous. There is no way you call that in a playoff game like that. How do you call that? I don’t respect that at all because those kids in there worked hard and deserved to be treated fair like everyone else.Sparkle Woods tries to find room around Mona Shores’ Veronica Kastelic. Photo/Joe Lane“They shouldn’t be deciding the game. I’m sick of that and Michigan referees controlling games. Let the kids decide it. Both teams work extremely hard in practice for this moment. No reason it should come down to a ref making that call. Absolutely not. I’m extremely upset. I’m sorry for my passion, but that’s not fair.”While the pressure was on Kastelic, she said she had a clear mind when she stepped up to the line and drained the game winning free throws.“I know that I don’t make most of the points, but my team needed me to make those to get ahead and move on,” she said. “Everything went all quiet and I was just in my thoughts.”Mona Shores led 14-12 after one quarter thanks in part to eight points from senior Miss Basketball candidate Jordan Walker.The Sailors went on a 15-0 run in the first three minutes of the second quarter to take a 29-12 lead.Muskegon took a time out, then closed out the half with a 8-1 run to cut its deficit to 30-20 at the halftime buzzer.Muskegon outscored Mona Shores 13-10 in the third quarter, making the score 40-33 in favor of the Sailors heading into the fourth. Dowell had 10 of the Big Reds’ points in the third.Dowell had eight points in the final quarter, including the basket that gave Muskegon a momentary lead with 11 seconds remaining, but the dramatic ending doused the Big Reds’ hopes for an upset.Walker led all scorers on the night with 23 points while teammate Alyza Winston added 13.Dowell paced Muskegon with 18 points while Tierra Williams added 12. Not relevant Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) ENDS IN Other DEAL OF THE DAY Other NBC Sports Dude Perfect Signature Bow Nerf Sports Bi… (35539) DEAL OF THE DAY Add Comments (Max 320 characters) × Bestseller (8187) (33138) Add Comments (Max 320 characters) DEAL OF THE DAY Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Not relevant Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. The League Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant $0.00 (124) × Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. 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FMU’s Corion Knight captures All-American honors at NAIA Track Championships

first_imgFlorida Memorial University’s Corion Knight capped off his spectacular indoor season by earning All-American honors on the final day of the 2016 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships.Corion Knight’s leap of 2.04m (6-08.25.) earned him All-American honor at the meet as he placed 8th in the Men’s High Jump.All-American honors were given to the top eight individuals from each event and all four runners in the top eight relays. With his finish, Knight becomes the first Lion to capture All-American honors since the 2011 Indoor Championship meet when Jeffrey Henderson and Anika Baptiste earned the distinction.The meet signaled the end of the men’s and women’s indoor season. The Lions will begin their outdoor season at the USF Invitational, hosted by University of South Florida, on Friday, March 11th in Tampa, Fla.For more information on Florida Memorial Athletics, visit www.fmuathletics.com/ Meet signaled the end of the men’s and women’s indoor seasonFlorida Memorial University’s Corion Knight capped off his spectacular indoor season by earning All-American honors on the final day of the 2016 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships.Corion Knight’s leap of 2.04m (6-08.25.) earned him All-American honor at the meet as he placed 8th in the Men’s High Jump.All-American honors were given to the top eight individuals from each event and all four runners in the top eight relays. With his finish, Knight becomes the first Lion to capture All-American honors since the 2011 Indoor Championship meet when Jeffrey Henderson and Anika Baptiste earned the distinction.The meet signaled the end of the men’s and women’s indoor season. The Lions will begin their outdoor season at the USF Invitational, hosted by University of South Florida, on Friday, March 11th in Tampa.last_img read more

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Fantasy Injury Updates: Is Sammy Watkins playing Monday night?

first_imgWeek 12 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerIs Sammy Watkins playing Monday night?UPDATE: Watkins is officially ACTIVEAs of right now, it’s seeming that Watkins is trending toward being inactive for the contest against the Rams. According to ESPN’s Adam Teicher, Watkins was able to log a limited practice on Thursday, but he sat out on Friday and Saturday as he dealt with soreness in his foot. Usually, mid-week downgrades in injury status are bad signs, so Watkins appears to be facing an uphill battle to play.Also, it’s worth noting that the Chiefs do have a bye week following this contest. So, if there is even a hint of concern regarding Watkins’ foot, they will likely err on the side of caution and give him the next couple of weeks to get healthy. After all, the Chiefs appear to be in great position for the playoff race, and they definitely want Watkins available for that part of the season. Having him sit now — even in a crucial game — appears to be the smart, safe move.MORE WEEK 12: Waiver wire pickups | RB handcuff chart If Watkins is, in fact, out for this game as many expect, Chris Conley will likely take over his spot in the starting lineup. Conley would become an intriguing streamer against a porous Rams defense that has struggled immensely in recent weeks, but he also won’t see as many targets as fellow offensive weapons Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, and Kareem Hunt. Still, Conley would have upside as a FLEX play.Elsewhere, Josh Reynolds is the other name to watch on the waiver wire. Reynolds is likely to emerge as the No. 3 receiver in the Rams’ high-powered offense, so he too could have a chance to catch a score in this contest. At this point in the week, any player plugged into a lineup for Watkins will likely carry significant risk, but if you’re desperate, Conley and Reynolds are the top two replacement candidates. One of the Rams TEs, be it Gerald Everett or Tyler Higbee, could also be used as an emergency FLEX considering how much Kansas City struggles against the position, but you’re really digging deep in that scenario.It’s possible that Watkins could surprise fantasy owners and the Chiefs brass and end up playing in this contest. But at the moment, it doesn’t seem likely. We’ll keep an eye on him in the lead-up to kickoff and will provide you with all the latest updates throughout the day. Sammy Watkins was dealing with a foot injury last week, and it was widely believed that he would sit out just to make sure that he gets right for Week 11’s Chiefs-Rams showdown on Monday Night Football. Sure enough, there was optimism early this week that he would play on MNF. However, Watkins is officially listed as “questionable” for this game, and his active/inactive status could create some start ’em, sit ’em dilemmas for fantasy football owners, as those who are relying on Watkins could end up having to dip into the waiver wire for a last-minute sleeper if they elected to include him in the starting lineup.We’ll be posting updates about Watkins’ status right up until kickoff. Check back for the latest news.last_img read more

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Yankees’ Aaron Judge sets strikeout record

first_img Related Adam Glanzman/Getty Images(BOSTON) — New York Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge has struck out in his 36th consecutive game, setting the record for the longest strikeout streak in a single season by any player.Boston Red Sox’ Chris Sale struck out Judge in the top of the fifth inning Saturday.The record for consecutive games with a strikeout by a postion player was set on Thursday by Judge.Montreal Expos pitcher Bill Stoneman held the previous record by any player in 1971.Judge is now 0-for-9 with seven strikeouts against Sale in his career — his most at-bats against any pitcher without a hit.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img

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Peguero signing official and thoughts

first_imgThe Baltimore Orioles have been quiet in free agency this off season so far.  The Orioles have traded away Jim Johnson and have lost Nate McLouth and Scott Feldman.  The Orioles have however signed an outfielder that will provide some depth in the organization.  The Orioles have signed Francisco Peguero a former top prospect to a one-year contract.Peguero is still only 25 years old and has always hit for average in the minor leagues.  The lack of power from Peguero concerns me and the lack of success in the majors has as well.  Peguero only had four total home runs in the minors last year, which tells me he is not a starting major league outfielder.It is a wonder why the San Francisco Giants gave up on him so early when in 2012 he was ranked as a top prospect.I wonder if Peguero makes the major league club.  I have never seen him play so do not know that much about him other than what the stats tell me.Here is the Orioles press release on Peguero.Orioles sign free agent OF Francisco PegueroThe Orioles today announced that they have signed free agent OF FRANCISCO PEGUERO to a one-year contract.Peguero, 25, spent the majority of the 2013 season with Triple-A Fresno in the San Francisco organization, batting .316/.354/.408 in 70 games. He also appeared in 18 major league games, going 6-for-29 with his first big league home run. In eight minor league seasons in the San Francisco organization, Peguero is a career .306/.337/.427 hitter in 690 games. He has appeared in 35 major league games since 2012, batting .200/.217/.289 in 46 plate appearances.Originally signed by San Francisco as an international free agent on August 8, 2005, Peguero was named the #98 prospect in baseball by MLB.com prior to the 2012 season, and was a Baseball America top-10 prospect in the San Francisco organization after each season from 2009-2012.With this move, the Orioles now have 38 players on the 40-man roster.Please follow and like us:last_img read more

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