The city of running, the fashionable city of the two great athletic distances marathon and half marathon of the world panorama, met with an unexpected enemy in one of its great days. The wind, with gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour was a nuisance, in any case, insufficient to enjoy the World Half Marathon. Neither the rain, intermittent, spoiled the party. Let them tell the Ethiopian Netsanet Gudeta Kebede. Who proclaimed herself universal champion of the 21 kilometers with an added world record. He covered the distance, in a tour praised by the International Athletics Federation (IAAF) from the same day he saw it drawn, in 1 hour, 6 minutes and 11 seconds.
It is the best brand in history in a half marathon exclusively for women. Taking into account that men and women ran separately, with half an hour interval. It is another milestone in women’s athletics signed in Valencia, the second in 5 months. Last October Kenya beat the world record in the Half Marathon of Valencia with a time of 1: 04.51. In a mixed race, with male “hares” that set the pace. It was not the case yesterday. He crossed the mythical arrival in the lake of the City of Arts and Sciences in second place. As far as selections are concerned, Ethiopia was the gold, followed by Kenya and Bahrain, with the great absence of Japan, present on the world podium since 2005. The Valencian Marta Esteban (60th), excited by the atmosphere of her city, was the second national, with 1:14:47. Continue reading “Another women’s world record in Valencia in the World Half Marathon”
Buying anything used can be a great way to save money. However, before you go out and spend the money you worked really hard for on something used like a UTV, you should take some time to consider your purchase. There are many things to look for and be careful about when you purchase any type of side by side. While you may not always be fully aware of what you are getting yourself into by buying used, consider the following tips to ensure you are going into the purchase with enough knowledge as possible.
When looking at a used side by side for sale, you should be prepared to ask the seller a lot of questions. You should ask how long they have had the vehicle, why they are selling it and what kind of work they have had done to it. They should also be upfront about any problems with it that they are aware of. The basis of asking many questions is to build a small connection with the buyer in the hopes they will be upfront about the sale and offer you a good deal.
Check Engine And Test Drive It
If possible, you will always want to take a used side by side for a test drive. This will let you get a feel for the vehicle and see if there are any issues that stick out to you. If it is not in riding condition but you are still interested in possibly buying it, then you should perform a thorough inspection of the engine and anything else you want. If you are not very knowledgeable about the ins and outs of UTVs, you should try and bring someone who is with you when you look at a vehicle you are interested in purchasing. Continue reading “Tips For Buying A Used Side By Side”
Juan Pablo Montoya finished sixth in the Indianapolis 500, won by Japan’s Takuma Sato. The race was carried out by the accidents and the retirement of the Fernando Alonso. Gabby Chaves was ninth and Carlos Munoz, tenth.
The Colombian driver was very intelligent since the beginning of the race. He started from the 18th position, but he was controlling every vital aspect of his car. He did not risk much in the first turns and always tried to follow the suction of the cars that were ahead. However, the only problem was that in the first supply had problems.
From there on, he was gaining positions. He risked where he had to risk. Little by little, it was put in zone to go by the battle by the triumph. The accidents that he had before him made him win and he could not get out of any shock. With 12 laps to go out in seventh place, but could not with the pace that put Helio Castroneves and Takuma Sato, who in the end took the win in a very rugged race. Juan Pablo Montoya was sixth in the Indianapolis 500, Gabby Chaves in the ninth and Carlos Munoz in the tenth. It was a good Colombian participation. Continue reading “The winner of the race”
Jessi Combs is one of the most famous women in the automotive industry and it all started with her graduation from WyoTech. She used her Custom Automotive Fabrication degree to secure a position at the SEMA showcase with a 1964 Mercury Cyclone built from scratch.
As the first woman to be invited to compete in the Race of Gentlemen, Combs is a trendsetter with a versatile set of skills. She finished impossible road races, released children’s books, and can build an prime machine from scratch. Combs is truly the real deal and in the automotive scene. Read the infographic below to understand why Industrial Metal Supply is proud to provide the right supplies for her versatile interests.
One of the toughest events in the world of competition is about to begin, the Dakar Rally, is on the doorstep of his edition 2017, so it is a lot of expectation in the competition on four and two wheels, so all eyes Put in a year that we do not have a clear favorite in any of the categories that will dispute this test.
In these moments all the drivers and teams are preparing physically, technically and mechanically for 2017 edition is expected of the most difficult and extreme, being one of the mainstays of each edition the increasing safety and protection among participants. Therefore, the kit in the pilots is essential to participate with guarantees, being in the pilots of two wheels, motorcycle helmets, one of the most important steps to begin the adventure, as they have to go well protected in any situation and Condition, looking for the best helmet companion for this type of challenge.
It should also be well protected in the eyes, hands and good motorcycle jackets as there are conditions of all kinds, from moments of incredible heat to extreme cold tap withstand the limit conditions during testing in general. These protections are essential to minimize damage as far as possible in the event of a fall or suffer unexpected conditions. Continue reading “All drivers well protected for the Dakar 2017”
With a cake and candles marking the number ten, Toni Bou did not celebrate any anniversary but the conquest of his tenth World Championship X-Triail or indoor trial. The domain pilot Piera continues to expand, as all these championships have been achieved by consecutively since 2007.
A riding a Montesa, Bou was still second behind Adam Raga in the first race of the season, held in Sheffield, Britain. But after he won the following two quotations, Barcelona and Wiener Neustadt (Austria), well ahead of the fourth and final round of the calendar, Bou her mettle with the second position to clinch the title.
Anyway, Bou was able to also get the victory in the test of Marseille (France). Thus, the pupil of Repsol added 75 points and led a taken over by Spaniards in their first four ranking positions, as Adam Raga was second, Albert Cabestany and Jeroni Fajardo third quarter. Continue reading “Toni Bou wins his tenth World X-Trial”
This weekend we are going to accumulate citations related to the world of the engine because not only start the Formula 1 World Championship but also the World Championship motorcycling. The season opens with the dispute of the 2016 MotoGP of Qatar who turns to play at night under the floodlights of Losail circuit where last year they got the Dovizioso, Lowes and Masbou victories.
MotoGP will be the category that most attention among viewers awake. Jorge Lorenzo defends the title but there are many candidates to get as Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Dani Pedrosa and even see if any Ducati rider has taken a step forward.
The category has some regulatory changes compared to last year as the arrival of Michelin, the only software for all computers or as many available for smaller teams engines, all with the aim of even things out and get more spectacle. Continue reading “2016 MotoGP of Qatar: schedules and retransmissions season start at Losail”
Nico Rosberg has made good the pole position achieved on Saturday at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez that took victory in the GP of Mexico. The German and ending the winning streak of Lewis Hamilton was second although this and cares little less after certifying the title in Austin.
The Mercedes have had no problems to make another double but the fight for the podium has had more alternatives. Finally Valtteri Bottas was the one who took the third position, leaving behind the Red Bull of Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo. Carlos Sainz could not reach the points and was 13th while Fernando Alonso left without even completing the first return.
Mexico’s race was held on a dry track despite some forecasts announced rain. The output was a key moment because Rosberg had several careers unable to hold off Hamilton when the lights went out but this time the German went well and was able to maintain the first position. Behind Kvyat up to third position while Vettel Ricciardo and touched in an incident that detracted from Ferrari race because he prodded, had to enter the box and from there everything went against the grain. Continue reading “Mexico GP 2015 F1: Nico Rosberg win”
Just a week after winning the general Vuelta a Burgos 2015 almost without looking, Estonian Rein Taaramae (Astana) has again achieved another triumph more to his tally, the third of the season and the first outside of Spain. This was in Norway, where he was running the Artic Race.
This was the third edition of this event organized by ASO and worth pursuing and just because some are fantastic landscapes. The first edition was won by local hero Thor Hushovd, now retired, taking advantage of all stages were flat, and the second edition was won by Dutch rider Steven Kruijswijk (NL Jumbo Lotto) and a harder route.
This year the race has kept the same format as last year: four stages and two of them quite complicated. In the first two, victory was decided in a massive first sprint victory for the Norwegian Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) and then with victory for the Irish Sam Bennett (Bora Argon 18) . Each day brought the blue jersey of leader.
In the third stage, the Belgian Ben Hermans (BMC) was imposed on Taaramae for 3 seconds, rising to first place overall with 7 seconds ahead. In the last stage, Hermans sank against attacks by Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha) and Silvan Dillier (BMC) , which would end up winning the stage but enduring Rein Taaramae leading the overall standings entering two seconds of these on goal.
Overall final standings:
• Rein Taaramae (Est) Team Astana 16:42:02
• Silvan Dillier (Swi) BMC Racing Team 0:00:08
• Ilnur Zakarin (Rus) Team Katusha 0:00:31
• Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) MTN – Qhubeka 0:01:02
• Mathias Frank (Swi) IAM Cycling 0:01:04
• Odd Christian Eiking (Nor) Team Joker 0:01:17
• Rasmus Guldhammer (Den) Cult Energy Pro Cycling 0:01:19
• Turgis Anthony (Fra) Team Cofidis 0:01:31
• Ben Hermans (Bel) BMC Racing Team 0:01:33
• Marcel Wyss (Swi) IAM Cycling
This Sunday closed the Argentina GP Championship motorcycle with intense afternoon races where victories have been to Valentino Rossi, Johann Zarco and Danny Kent. The Spanish motorcycle leaves the circuit Termas de Rio Honda winless but with Alex Rins podium in Moto2 and Efren Vazquez and Isaac Vinales in Moto3.
Valentino Rossi continues his great start to the year in which already adds two wins in three races. The Italian rider has made a spectacular career that came quite late but was able to start climbing up to the height of Marc Marquez with which starred an intense duel that finished with the Spanish on the floor when he had the option of adding many championship points.
Marquez started from pole and although Aleix Espargaro put it difficult to quickly open space and get some distance. Behind Rossi began to climb positions although it seemed that nobody would be able to reach Marquez. However, performance tires Marquez was declining so Rossi could reach with three laps to go. Continue reading “Argentina GP Championship 2015”