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Steven Holcomb, U.S. Bobsled team sweeps two-man race for first time

Steven Holcomb (photo by Parke Brewer, Voice of America via wikipedia commons)

33-year-old Steven Holcomb won another World Cup two-man bobsled race, in leading a United States sweep of the medals at Lake Placid, New York.

The win adds to a dominating start to the Olympic season by the American sliders.

Holcomb and teammate Chris Fogt finished two runs in 1 minute, 50.19 seconds.

The wins marked the first time that United State’s sleds have gone 1-2-3 in a two-man World Cup race.

“Holky” as Holcomb is called, is a native of Park City, Utah.

West/Kelly U.S. Luge team secure spot for Sochi Games in February

A Luge sled (photo by Mmarting via wikipedia commons)

Tucker West and Aidan Kelly, a U.S. Olympic luge team, have qualified for the 2014 Sochi Games in Russia which will be played in February.

West at 18 years old, became the youngest male slider to qualify for a United States luge team.

He and Kelly secured the final two spots on the 10-person squad.

West and Kelly join Chris Mazdzer on the men’s singles team. The other teams were set before Saturday’s qualifying.

Grambling football program going through turmoil between players and administration

(courtesy Grambling University)

The Grambling University has had a long and historic football program.

Eddie Robinson was the longtime coach there and sent several players to the National Football League: Buck Buchanan, Gary “Big Hands” Johnson, Doug Williams, Paul “Tank” Younger, Willie Brown, Willie Davis, James Harris, Charlie Joiner and Everson Walls.

All of those former players must be shaking their heads about what is happening at one of the top historically black colleges in the United States.

There is turmoil brewing between the football team and the school’s administration over several issues like traveling to away games on busses, a football stadium that needs repairs and the firing of football coaches.

This season alone, the Tigers have had three head coaches. Doug Williams was fired after two games, George Ragsdale was replaced last Thursday by Dennis “Dirt’ Winston.

Grambling officials met this past weekend in an effort to solve problems with the football players and to avoid any more game forfeits.

The officials included university president Frank Pogue, athletic director Aaron James and Winston.

On Saturday, the football players refused to travel to play at Jackson State and thus forfeited the game.

Grambling is planning to play this coming Saturday’s game at home against Texas Southern. The game is very important to the university because its their annual High School Day, which draws in many prospective students from around the Louisiana region.

Five MLB teams in running for services of Cuban Alexander Guerrero

(By OCAL, courtesy Clker.com)

There are reports on the radio and in other media reports that Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero has interest in him from five Major League Baseball teams.

The teams are the Dodgers, Twins, Red Sox and Braves.

The fifth team could be the Cincinnati Reds due to the fact that they signed closer Aroldis Chapman, another Cuban defector. Guerrero is likely to sign where he is comfortable.

The 26-year-old is said to be after a five-to-seven-year deal for his services.

Guerrero defected earlier this year and currently is working out in the Dominican Republic.

In order for him to gain entrance to the United States, Guerrero will have to be unblocked by the Office of Foreign Assests Control and then he can sign with any MLB team.

Phil Woosnam, former NASL commissioner, dies at 80

(file photo)

Phil Woosnam, the former commissioner of the North American Soccer League, died on Friday, July 19 at age 80 in Marietta, Georgia.

Woosnam served as commissioner from 1969 to 1982. The NASL lasted until 1985.

He was also a coach for the United States men’s national team.

Woosnam will be forever remembered for luring Pele’ and other international soccer greats to the new league.

He was inducted into the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame and the Georgia Soccer Hall of Fame in 1997.

Woosnam, a cousin to golfer Ian Woosnam and a nephew of the English footballer, Max Woosnam.

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