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It's still in its early stages but an organizer who's pushing to keep dirt racing alive is hoping Piedmont will be the new home for racers.
Kroeger and Hall Capture First Place Titles in 28th Annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals
SAN DIEGO, December 9, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- Kathy Kroeger of Franklin, Tenn., and Chad Hall of Big Bear Lake, Calif., won the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (FLCCC) National Finals at Morley Field in Balboa Park in San Diego, Calif., today.
The girls' race began with a large group of 20 runners holding close through the first mile. Four-time FLCCC National Finals qualifier Marie Lawrence of Reno, Nev., made a move after the first mile and the rest of the field gave chase. The lead group became more defined through the second mile when Kroeger and Aurora Scott of Chesapeake, Va., set the pace. Kroeger opened up a lead with half a mile remaining and increased her distance from the pack to about 30 meters, finishing in 17:29 to become the South Region's first female national champion since Erin Keogh in 1986. Scott, who pressured Kroeger through the second half of the race, finished second with a time of 17:36, while Emily Sisson of Omaha, Neb., finished third in 17:56. Scott (South) and Sisson (Midwest) are both 2006 FLCCC Regional Champions.
In the boys' race, the excitement was intense as it came down to the final seconds between Hall, a senior at Big Bear High School and Steve Murdock of Clifton Park, N.Y. The race opened up with the entire field staying together and several of the top finishers vying for the lead. Northeast Regional Champion Craig Forys of Howell, N.J., took an early lead on the hill just after the first mile, but the pack quickly reconvened on the downhill. Staying together through the halfway point, Murdock attempted a move by breaking away two meters from the pack, but again, the group came back together and continued to battle for the win. In an exciting finish, Hall and Murdock were neck-and-neck through the last 400 meters, until Hall managed to pull away in the final stretch to claim victory in 15:20. Forys pushed it through the final 30 meters to pass Murdock for the second place finish in a time of 15:24. Murdock finished third, just one second behind Forys, with a time of 15:25.
The runners competed in ideal race conditions under sunny skies on a dry course. The temperature was in the mid-sixties for the girls' race, and slightly warmer for the boys' race.
The Foot Locker Cross Country Championships is comprised of four regional 5K races, which took place across the country in the Midwest (Kenosha, Wis.), Northeast (Bronx, N.Y.) and South (Charlotte, N.C.) on Nov. 25, and the West (Walnut, Calif.) on Dec. 2, culminating in the National Finals here today.
Shooters. Get the Picture delves into the lives of two tabloid photographers vying for a photograph worth more to them than just a healthy paycheck. Directed by Maggie Patton. Cinematography by AE Griffin. Edited by Jon Worful. Starring Michael McCallum and Wallace Bridges. Check out more information at www.shootersfilm.net
PC Design Peoples Choice Awards Runs Parallel to $1 Million Industry Competition for Stylish Computers Built with Intel Core 2 Duo Processors
From today through April 19, people can visit www.intelchallenge.com and vote for their favorite concept PC design. Voters get to choose from designs submitted by companies competing for $1 million in the industry Intel Core Processor Challenge. A group of computer and design experts will award the winners in April, but consumers can now pick their favorite designs in a separate online Peoples Choice Award contest that also features a random $100 certificate giveaway to eligible voters.
The Industry Vote
Last September, Intel Corporation announced the Intel Core Processor Challenge contest with up to a $1 million bounty for PC designers and manufacturers worldwide to think beyond the traditional big, beige box computer designs. The contest aims to spur industry innovation in new, stylish home entertainment PC designs based on the multimedia optimized Intel Core processor and Intel Viiv technology. More than two dozen PC designs from 19 companies worldwide are vying over best style, acoustics, functionality and features. Entrants hail from eight countries. Ten semifinalists were chosen by Intel judges in March. In April, top designs will be selected by a group of computer and design experts, and winners are scheduled to be announced at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. More details about the Intel Core Processor Challenge are at www.intel.com/idf/corechallenge.htm.
The Peoples Choice
Starting March 19, people can participate in the Intel Core Processor Challenge PC Design Peoples Choice Awards by visiting www.intelchallenge.com. The PC Design People's Choice Awards allows consumers to view and vote for their favorite design and gives participating designers a chance to showcase their concept computers to the public. Each week for five weeks, one eligible voter will be randomly selected to win a $100 gift certificate. Voters may win only once. The Web site features photos, audio and video stories about PC history and the innovative people behind some of the creative designs competing in the industry challenge. Voters can add their comments about PC designs. On March 26, voters can return to the site and participate in conversations with guest bloggers, share photos, and submit short personal videos expressing why design and digital entertainment are important in their lives. Votes will be counted electronically and PC Design Peoples Choice Award winners are scheduled to be announced on April 20.
MTV Art Battles asset, video. Hosted and broadcast live by MTV in Times Square, May 2007, Art Battles showcased the work of 12 emerging artists vying for the opportunity to bring their work to the world. After two grueling hours, 8 finalists were chosen and the voting to determine the winner is now up to you. The winner will be unveiled LIVE on TRL, June 11th 330pm ET/PT and have their version of MTV’s logo displayed on MTV’s Broadway Studios center shade. Get over to http://artbattles.mtv.com/ and vote until June 8th. Visit http://www.artbattles.com/ for more. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
The Weyerhaeuser AuSable River Canoe Marathon is a two-day, non-stop one-hundred-twenty mile canoe race across the state of Michigan.
The marathon celebrated it's 60th running in 2007, and saw a record breaking seventy-six teams vying for their
share of the over $50,000 prize pool.
It begins at 9:00 PM, on the last Saturday of July in Grayling, and teams must reach the finish in Oscoda by 4:00 PM the following afternoon.
This is a short race promo, the full video of the whole two-day event will be available isvideo.com on Oct 21, 2007.
Beauty is a $50.4 billion dollar industry with approximately 7,500 new products launched each year. By making promises to reduce the signs of aging, naturally plump up your lips, or reduce cellulite, all of these products are vying for "must buy" status. Knowing which beauty products work and deliver on their claims is a costly exercise of trial and error.
Every October for 12 years the editors of ALLURE have produced the annual "Best of Beauty" issue—taking the guess work out of beauty shopping. This year they tested more than 2,000 products, consulted cosmetic chemists, dermatologists and hair and makeup artists to find the best concealers, shampoos, mascara's and more. They also identified the biggest beauty breakthroughs of the year—the products that really solve problems, far surpass the hype of product marketing or utilize the latest in anti-aging research.
As the Consumer Report for beauty, The "Best of Beauty" issue has become the ultimate shopping list.
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Mumbai, November 9-12, 2007: For the first time in history, India played host to the 9th World Scrabble(r) Championship in November 2007. Brought to India under the aegis of Mattel Toys (India) Pvt. Ltd, World Scrabble(r) Championship had over 110 players representing 42 countries vying for the coveted title. The three day championship kick-started in Mumbai on November 9 and culminated with a mega final on November 12.
Initiated in 1991, The World Scrabble(r) Championship (WSC) is held every second year. During WSC's 16-year history, participation in this prestigious tournament has increased rapidly from 48 players representing 19 countries in 1991 in London to 42 countries and 110 players in the current 9th edition of WSC in Mumbai.
Announcing the itinerary of the 3 day extravaganza, Mr. Sanjay Luthra, Managing Director, Mattel Toys said, "Scrabble(r) stands for 'Every Word Counts,' thus illustrating the competitive, fun personality of Scrabble(r) and the degree to which players engage in the game. We are very excited by this opportunity given to India to host the World Scrabble(r) Championship for the first time and feel that this will take India's #1 Word Game to even greater heights."
Invented in 1948 by architect Alfred Mosher Butts in the USA, the game took the country and the world by storm. It has continued to grow in popularity ever since, reaching a near-unassailable status by being sold in 121 countries and translated into 29 languages. Scrabble(r) is backed by years of strong heritage, and will proudly celebrate its 60th anniversary next year.
For more information, please visit www.wscgames.com.
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