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iRacing Blog - 1/26/15

The NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series (NPAS) powered by iRacing begins Feb. 24, 2015 at Daytona International Speedway.

Before the start of the series, the iRacing Pre-Season Thunder exhibition race will run Feb. 555 more words

Justin Bolton

Stephen Hendry- A snooker great

Midway through the 1980s, a decade dominated by snooker greats such as Ray Reardon, Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor, it would have been incredibly difficult to imagine anyone challenging such players for major titles during that era- let alone a boy that was yet to turn 18. 729 more words

BDO & PDC World Championship Averages Progression Since 1994

I have pieced together a chart on how the averages in the PDC and BDO World Championships have progressed since the ‘split’.

In my chart I have listed the Overall Tournament Average for both World Championships over each year and also listed the Best 8 Average which takes the average of the 8 players with the highest tournament average. 121 more words


World Championship Contenders?

Last Sunday not only marked the final of the 2015 Masters that saw Shaun Murphy lift the trophy and become the tenth member of the exclusive Triple Crown club. 1,731 more words

Snooker News

Team USA is Ready For Worlds

The Nashville Predators’ centre Craig Smith will represent Team USA at the IIHF World Championships for the third consecutive year.

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Andrew Roberts

Crucible World Championship until 2017

One of the most iconic events in sport, The World Snooker Championship, is to remain in Sheffield until 2017.

The tournament, the richest and most prestigious in snooker, was first staged at the Crucible in 1977 so 2017 will mark its 40th anniversary in Sheffield. 319 more words

Snooker News

Americans Clinch Playoff Berth at 2014 IIHF World Championships

MINSK, BELARUS – MAY 18: USA players celebrate at the bench after a third period goal against Finland during preliminary round action at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. 570 more words

Andrew Roberts