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Roczen defeats Dungey for his second win of 2017

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Ken Roczen dominated Ryan Dungey, the reigning 450 SX Main Event champion, in last weekends season-opening event at… 384 more words

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5 Motivational Lessons From Supercross Legends and Rising Stars

When I think about common sources of motivation, phrases like “meditation”, “self help books”, “my grandmother”, “that yoga guru”, and “affirmations” pop up – “supercross riders” have never been on my list, but maybe they should be. 754 more words


A New Direction...Maybe?

The championship points format has been the same for Monster Energy Supercross has been the same since the sports conception in the mid 1970’s. 25 points for a win, 22 for second, 21 third, and so on. 265 more words


Key Notes from MEC

Saturday night featured the first… or last (depending on how you look at it) Monster Energy AMA Supercross. This unique event once again did not disappoint as we saw nonstop on track action. 326 more words


ESPN Celebrates Athletes of All Shapes, Sizes, and Colors in New "Body Issue"

For years ESPN has been celebrating the bodies of various athletes. But this year we were so impressed with their inclusiveness, from transgender triathlete Chris Mosier to para-athlete Allysa Seely. 92 more words


Dungey Wins Final Race of 2016; Webb, Stewart Claim 250SX Championships

LAS VEGAS, NV – May 9, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – A crowd of 36,714 fans braved a day and night filled with rain at Sam Boyd Stadium to celebrate the end of the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship. 1,533 more words


Dungey Claims Third Monster Energy Supercross Race In a Row in St. Louis, Ties Career High Eight Wins in a Season

Martin Becomes First Repeat Winner in Eastern Regional 250SX Class

ST. LOUIS, MO – April 18, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, made its season premiere on FOX Broadcast Channel on Saturday afternoon, with 57,274 fans at The Dome at America’s Center cheering on the world’s best riders on live network television. 1,330 more words