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PolitiFact Florida A masked thief fanning $100 bills is the backdrop for an ad blasting phony horse racing...A coalition of horse breeders and owners used the phrase for races they deem improper at a rural racino west of Tallahassee. Expansion of
It was July 6, 1975, the day of the Great Match, my first trip to Belmont Park. It was the unbeaten and seemingly unbeatable filly Ruffian against the winner of the 1975 Kentucky Derby Foolish Pleasure, and campaign style buttons with a head shot of
Reigning world match racing champion Ian Williams was being taken for a ride on Thursday afternoon. After winning his Match Race France quarter final against the man who won it last year, Damien Iehl, he was aboard a 70-foot trimaran, Foncia, with
An Olympic gold medallist, formerly British now firmly American, and a newly minted silver medallist, formerly Welsh now also happily British, were among an ovation of Olympians cascading on to Cardiff Bay on Thursday for the Extreme Sailing grand
It was hard to tell what sounded more deafening: Britain's Jason Kenny winning an Olympic sprint gold medal or Victoria Pendleton moving one step closer to doing the same thing. The home nation's dominance of the London Velodrome
The Sports Network Four years ago at the Beijing Olympics, Great Britain had a lot of success in sailing events, winning four of 11 gold medals. Now with the sailing events in their own waters, the British are again among the favorites for many of
Sailing was drudgery for Anna Tunnicliffe when she was a girl growing up in England. She would not venture out willingly, "so my parents shoved the boat away from the dock, waved goodbye and said they would see me at dinnertime," Tunnicliffe recalled.
Sailing was drudgery for Anna Tunnicliffe when she was a girl growing up in England. She would not venture out willingly, so my parents shoved the boat away from the dock, waved goodbye and said they would see me at dinnertime, Tunnicliffe recalled.
The one-of-a-kind tournament, launched in 2001, awards trophies for releasing Atlantic sailfish on fly rod. The crew on Yo Ho Ho bested a fleet of 20 boats in catching, billing and removing the fly from a sailfish. The runner-up team on Challenger,
The world No.1 49er skiff duo were still outstanding performers on a day which also saw the nation qualify for the women's match racing at the 2012 Olympics and a lightning fast Tom Slingsby take control of the Laser fleet...Advertisement: Story