ADEL, Iowa – The number of votes left little doubt that Andrew Burg has quite a fan following. Burg’s IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock was the top choice in August balloting for the Sybesma Graphics IMCA Facebook Fan Favorite contest. As a result, the 13-year-veteran will receive a mini-hood from contest sponsor Sybesma Graphics. “I’ve always raced a Hobby Stock. I’ve spent my entire career in that division,” said Burg, who finished fourth in points at Stuart, anticipates a similar finish at Boone and won a single feature at each track this season. “I like the cost of the class and being able to race with the best of the best. We race with a lot of the best drivers in the country every Saturday and Sunday of the season.” He shares a shop with Shannon Anderson, John Watson and Jamie Songer. “I started racing with my dad when I got out of the service. I bought a used car for the first season and we built a new one for the next year,” Burg said. “It’s gotten a little more stressful over the last two years but things have come to fruition more. I’ve made a lot of friendships and met a lot of people racing.” Burg’s 16-year-old son Keith does most of the work on his dad’s car at the track. He’ll start his own Hobby Stock career next season in one of Burg’s used rides. Jimmy Keenan, Watson and often Songer round out the crew. Sponsors include Supreme Lawn & Landscaping, Chix Gear Racewear, CG Customs and Tony Moro Power Coating and Blasting, all of Des Moines; Finishline Auto Body & Paint of Grimes; Zipp’s Photos and Zipp’s Pizza of Adair; Ruby’s Pub of Stuart; Hawkeye Auto Salvage of DeSoto; Krazy Kal’s of Atlantic; and Five1seven Designs of Laguna Park, Texas.
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RelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Anthony Joshua has confirmed he will step back into the ring in March to defend his heavyweight belts.The Brit became a two-time world champ after getting revenge on Andy Ruiz Jr on Saturday six months after his shock defeat.AJ, 30, is likely to fight any of mandatory challengers: Oleksandr Usyk and Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev.Keeping hold of all four of his belts could cause a problem for the Brit with Usyk mandatory for the WBO and Pulev for the IBF.Joshua told Sky Sports: “The work begins again because around March I’ll be defending those titles again.“I’m already focusing on my next fight.“Anyone can get it.“The resume shows that, but I’ll be keen to handle my mandatories because the current WBC champion is fighting with Tyson Fury so good luck to them both.“That’s another exciting fight for the division.“In the meantime, I’ll handle my mandatories that I’ll have to do or I want to vacate a belt and I’ve just worked hard to get them I don’t want to give them away.“I’m just going to go over all my steps, all my processes, knock them down one by one and when the big boys are ready, Britain’s here and waiting to become the next undisputed champion of the world.”March’s fight would come just a month after Fury’s highly-anticipated rematch against WBC title holder Wilder.WBO President Francisco Varcarcel has given AJ 180 days to negotiate a deal with Usyk with the deadline ending on June 4 or face giving up his belt.Usyk signed with Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn last year, meaning the super-fight can easily be made and one that will come with consequences should it not happen.Tags: Kubrat PulevOleksandr Usyk
Women:Ashley Davis (Shot Put)Alexia Stein (Discus Throw)Vigdís Jónsdóttir (Hammer Throw)Charlotte Wissing (Javelin Throw) Women:Kenaysia Dixon (200m)Kodii Church (400m)Camry Grigsby (800m)Selena Wright (100m Hurdles)4x400m RelayMakenzie Smajstrla (High Jump)Maragaret Lasalle (Pole Vault)Tristyn Allen (Long Jump, Triple Jump)Kristine Hanks (Shot Put)Tasha Crosse (Discus Throw)Yarixza Rivera (Hammer Throw) Women:Dominique Jackson (400m Hurdles)Kaylee Bizzell (Pole Vault)Dakota Mayr (Pole Vault) Women:Thai Williams (100m)Deja Phillips (Long Jump) Women:Kira Benkmann (Hammer Throw)Morgan Woods (Javelin Throw) Women:Michaela Hackett (10,000m)Alexandria Hackett (10,000m)Kayla Melgar (Discus Throw, Hammer Throw)Lonnie Smith (Discus Throw, Hammer Throw) The complete list of participants, seeding, schedules, results and more can be found here. Sam Houston StateMen:Chris Jefferson (100m, 200m)Eric Pouncy (400m)Fabian McCall (110m Hurdles)4x100m RelayTyler Adams (High Jump, Long Jump)Garrett Larson (Pole Vault)Clayton Fritsch (Pole Vault)Ashton Summers (Pole Vault)Zachary Johnson (Long Jump, Triple Jump)Joshua Hernandez (Hammer Throw)Aaron Akens (Hammer Throw) NCAA West Preliminary – Sacramento, Calif. Sam Houston State tops the league in the West Preliminary and overall with 10 men and 10 women competing individually in addition to the men’s 4x100m relay and women’s 4x400m relay. Abilene Christian will send nine men plus the 4×4 relay along with four women. Stephen F. Austin qualified six men and three women while Texas A&M-Corpus Christi will send one male competitor and five women. Houston Baptist, UIW and Lamar each qualified a lone male athlete and will send a pair of individual women each. Women:Kierstin Santana (800m)Natayla Nance (Triple Jump) McNeeseMen:Tyler Smith (100m)Olandis Johnson (800m)Nathan Jones (5,000m)Enrique Soto (10,000m)John Lemke (Triple Jump)Lentz Similien (Triple Jump)Hiram Morales (Shot Put)Donavon Banks (Javelin Throw) NCAA East Preliminary – Tampa, Fla. Northwestern State leads the way in the East Preliminary, sending eight men plus the 4x100m relay to Tampa along with five women including both the 4×1 and 4×4 relays. McNeese qualified eight men and two women while Southeastern Louisiana qualified five men and four women. Northwestern StateMen:Micah Larkins (100m, 200m)Amir James (100m, 200m)4x100m RelayJacorious Jeter (Long Jump)Ceaser Stephens (Triple Jump)Quindarrius Thompson (Triple Jump)Cedric Paul (Shot Put)Kyrin Tucker (Shot Put, Discus Throw)Collin Milton (Javelin Throw) Live streams of the preliminary competitions will be available at FloTrack.com. Abilene ChristianMen:Avery Williams (400m)Blaze Brownlow (400m)Jared Williams (400m)Ryan Cleary (3,000m Steeplechase)4x400m RelayJaden Dement (Pole Vault)Kai Schmidt (Shot Put, Discus Throw)Morgan Knight (Shot Put, Discus Throw)Joshua Hunter (Discus Throw)Ryan Simmons (Discus Throw) UIWMen:Clinton Cole (100m) Houston BaptistMen:Daniel Shelton (800m) Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiMen:Zhafear Ray (High Jump) Women:Jerica Love (100m Hurdles)4x400m RelaySarea Alexander (Long Jump, Triple Jump) Stephen F. AustinMen:Aaron Piper (100m)Drake Murphy (800m)Kerry Gleason (110m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles)Chad Horstmann (Pole Vault)Denzel Green (Long Jump)Cord Neal (Javelin Throw) Central ArkansasMen:Zachary Jewell (200m)Daniel Lawson (400m)Alex Hanson (800m)Eric Moore (High Jump) Women:De’Shalyn Jones (100m, 200m)Natashia Jackson (400m)Daeshon Gordon (100m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles)Braneshia Payton (100m Hurdles)4x100m Relay4x400m RelayJasmyn Steels (Long Jump) NCAA Championships HomepageFRISCO, Texas – A total of 94 individual student-athletes will represent the Southland Conference in individual events at the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships preliminary competitions. The preliminary competitions are scheduled for May 24-26. The University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla., will host the East Preliminary and California State University, Sacramento will host the West Preliminary. LamarMen:Brian O’Bonna (Triple Jump)Tylen Guidry (Triple Jump) The qualifiers out of these two regions will compete in the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships held June 6-9 in Eugene, Ore. Southeastern LouisianaMen:Cliff Resais (100m, 200m)Devin King (Pole Vault)Rodney Ruffin (Long Jump)Stevon Crooks (Shot Put)Adrian Williams (Javelin Throw Women:Allyson Girard (5,000m)Rabea Schoneborn (10,000m)Sashane Hanson (High Jump)Hannah McWilliams (Pole Vault)Diamond Thomas (Discus Throw)
David Luiz 1 It’s been an intriguing Transfer Deadline Day over at Chelsea.It seemed like the Blues wouldn’t do any business on Tuesday with their move for John Stones dead in the water.But now, Jose Mourinho has landed Papy Djilobodji from Nantes, Michael Hector from Reading and has seen two big bids rejected by Paris Saint-Germain for Marquinhos.You can see how Chelsea fans reacted to the news on Twitter below…