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in nearly six years that the promotion has brought the octagon to the state. The fighters in the headlining bout face a great deal of pressure following last week’s UFC 247 main event. In that bout, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones retained his title via a close unanimous decision over Dominick Reyes.

The fight was close enough that Reyes could be in line for an immediate rematch. Which means the two men who are competing in the main event on the New Mexico card, Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz, need to deliver a memorable performance if the victor hopes to earn the next shot at Jones’ title. Anderson is the No. 5 ranked fighter in the official UFC light heavyweight rankings. Blachowicz checks in at No. 6.

This is the second time these two will meet. In the first fight, Anderson earned a unanimous decision. The first round of that contest was close, but the final 10 minutes of the bout belonged to Anderson. He used his wrestling skills to take Blachowicz to the mat and grind him down on the ground for the win.

Anderson’s game plan is still wrestling based, but he has shown in recent fights that he’s not afraid to use his striking. Anderson is coming off a first-round knockout win over the highly touted Johnny Walker. Blachowicz is coming off a split decision win over Ronaldo Souza.

UFC Fight Night 167 takes place at Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The entire card streams on ESPN+. The world of fighting is alive in UFC Fight Night 167 live streams, delivering a regular dose of violence.

Although UFC Fight Nights don’t always have the big names you’d get in UFC-branded events, UFC Fight Nights has still brought plenty of action and excitement to the fight game in recent months. And UFC Fight Night 167 should be no different.

With competitive fights between light heavyweights Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz and welterweights Diego Sanchez and Michael Pereira, there will be plenty of fun to be had. Best of all, with more than a dozen fights between the prelims and the main card, there will be plenty of fighting action to go around.

UFC Fight Night 167 kicks off from the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on Saturday, Feb. 15. The fights begin at 5 p.m. ET, and they’ll all air on ESPN+.

Live stream UFC Fight Night 167 anywhere on Earth with a VPN
If you’re traveling outside the country during UFC Fight Night 167, you’ll still be able to watch it on the services you already pay for. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the fights as if you were at home.

We’ve evaluated many VPN services, and our top pick is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds.

ExpressVPN really shines thanks to its safety, speed and simplicity-to-use. It’s also compatible with loads of devices – from iOS and Android to Roku, Apple TV and PlayStations. You’ll even get an extra 3 months free if you sign up for a year, or there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you just want to give it a try.VIEW DEALWhere can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167?
Similar to earlier UFC Fight Night events, you’ll need to watch the entirety of the card on ESPN’s own premium streaming service ESPN Plus. ESPN Plus costs $5 per month or $50 per year. It includes UFC Fight Night events in that cost, but if you want UFC PPV events, you need to pay extra.

ESPN Plus is ESPN’s dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $4.99 per month.VIEW DEAL

How can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167 without a cable or satellite subscription?
In order to watch every fight on Saturday, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN Plus, a $5 per month/$50 per year service that streams sports games in both major and minor sports leagues, as well as UFC fights. Luckily, ESPN Plus is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and set-top boxes, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an app and streaming the fights whether you’re home or on the go.This Saturday (Feb. 15, 2020), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) travels to Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., for UFC Fight Night 167. I don’t know what exactly the poor people of New Mexico did to offend UFC and deserve this truly poor event, but it must have been heinous. In events like these, the best we can hope for is entertainment and perhaps a positive bet slip, so let’s break down some main card fights!

Remember: Later in the week, Jesse Holland will be back to preview and predict the biggest fights of the night.Watch UFC Fight Night 167 On ESPN+ Here!
Stream all of “Anderson vs. Blachowicz 2”-led fights LIVE from Raleigh for just $4.99 — don’t miss a single second of face-punching action!
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Women’s Flyweight: Montana De La Rosa vs. Mara Romero Botello
Best Win for Allen? Rachael Ostovich For Botello? Kalindra Faria
Current Streak: Both women came up short last time out
X-Factor: Can Botello stop the shot?
How these two match up: We likely have a grappling match on our hands, hopefully of the fun variety.

Prior to her recent loss to Andrea Lee, de la Rosa had put together a solid three-fight win streak that looked to make her a contender at 125 pounds. A wrestler with an airtight top game, the 24-year-old’s kickboxing still has a bit of room to grow, but she remains a promising prospect.

Botello is a bit more well-rounded, a black belt in both Judo and kickboxing. However, she’s struggled to find the same level of success as her opponent, alternating wins and losses in four trips to the Octagon. However, it could also be argued that she’s faced a higher level of competition in that time.

The paths to victory for both women are fairly clear. De La Rosa wants to ground her opponent, advance position, and lock up a submission of some kind, whereas Borella wants to deny the takedown replicate Andrea Lee’s success on the feet opposite. However, Borella is less of a specialist than Lee and seems more inclined to wrestle with de la Rosa at some point.

Blachowicz vs Anderson Live

Blachowicz vs Anderson Live: The UFC Fight Night 167 fight card, rumors, and updates for the  event onThe UFC returns to New Mexico tonight for UFC Fight Night 167. It’s the first time

Click Here to Watch Free Live Stream


in nearly six years that the promotion has brought the octagon to the state. The fighters in the headlining bout face a great deal of pressure following last week’s UFC 247 main event. In that bout, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones retained his title via a close unanimous decision over Dominick Reyes.

The fight was close enough that Reyes could be in line for an immediate rematch. Which means the two men who are competing in the main event on the New Mexico card, Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz, need to deliver a memorable performance if the victor hopes to earn the next shot at Jones’ title. Anderson is the No. 5 ranked fighter in the official UFC light heavyweight rankings. Blachowicz checks in at No. 6.

This is the second time these two will meet. In the first fight, Anderson earned a unanimous decision. The first round of that contest was close, but the final 10 minutes of the bout belonged to Anderson. He used his wrestling skills to take Blachowicz to the mat and grind him down on the ground for the win.

Anderson’s game plan is still wrestling based, but he has shown in recent fights that he’s not afraid to use his striking. Anderson is coming off a first-round knockout win over the highly touted Johnny Walker. Blachowicz is coming off a split decision win over Ronaldo Souza.

UFC Fight Night 167 takes place at Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The entire card streams on ESPN+. The world of fighting is alive in UFC Fight Night 167 live streams, delivering a regular dose of violence.

Although UFC Fight Nights don’t always have the big names you’d get in UFC-branded events, UFC Fight Nights has still brought plenty of action and excitement to the fight game in recent months. And UFC Fight Night 167 should be no different.

With competitive fights between light heavyweights Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz and welterweights Diego Sanchez and Michael Pereira, there will be plenty of fun to be had. Best of all, with more than a dozen fights between the prelims and the main card, there will be plenty of fighting action to go around.

UFC Fight Night 167 kicks off from the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on Saturday, Feb. 15. The fights begin at 5 p.m. ET, and they’ll all air on ESPN+.

Live stream UFC Fight Night 167 anywhere on Earth with a VPN
If you’re traveling outside the country during UFC Fight Night 167, you’ll still be able to watch it on the services you already pay for. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the fights as if you were at home.

We’ve evaluated many VPN services, and our top pick is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds.

ExpressVPN really shines thanks to its safety, speed and simplicity-to-use. It’s also compatible with loads of devices – from iOS and Android to Roku, Apple TV and PlayStations. You’ll even get an extra 3 months free if you sign up for a year, or there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you just want to give it a try.VIEW DEALWhere can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167?
Similar to earlier UFC Fight Night events, you’ll need to watch the entirety of the card on ESPN’s own premium streaming service ESPN Plus. ESPN Plus costs $5 per month or $50 per year. It includes UFC Fight Night events in that cost, but if you want UFC PPV events, you need to pay extra.

ESPN Plus is ESPN’s dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $4.99 per month.VIEW DEAL

How can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167 without a cable or satellite subscription?
In order to watch every fight on Saturday, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN Plus, a $5 per month/$50 per year service that streams sports games in both major and minor sports leagues, as well as UFC fights. Luckily, ESPN Plus is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and set-top boxes, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an app and streaming the fights whether you’re home or on the go.This Saturday (Feb. 15, 2020), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) travels to Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., for UFC Fight Night 167. I don’t know what exactly the poor people of New Mexico did to offend UFC and deserve this truly poor event, but it must have been heinous. In events like these, the best we can hope for is entertainment and perhaps a positive bet slip, so let’s break down some main card fights!

Remember: Later in the week, Jesse Holland will be back to preview and predict the biggest fights of the night.Watch UFC Fight Night 167 On ESPN+ Here!
Stream all of “Anderson vs. Blachowicz 2”-led fights LIVE from Raleigh for just $4.99 — don’t miss a single second of face-punching action!
SIGN UP NOW!
RELATED

Montano Injured, Pulled From UFC Rio Rancho
Women’s Flyweight: Montana De La Rosa vs. Mara Romero Botello
Best Win for Allen? Rachael Ostovich For Botello? Kalindra Faria
Current Streak: Both women came up short last time out
X-Factor: Can Botello stop the shot?
How these two match up: We likely have a grappling match on our hands, hopefully of the fun variety.

Prior to her recent loss to Andrea Lee, de la Rosa had put together a solid three-fight win streak that looked to make her a contender at 125 pounds. A wrestler with an airtight top game, the 24-year-old’s kickboxing still has a bit of room to grow, but she remains a promising prospect.

Botello is a bit more well-rounded, a black belt in both Judo and kickboxing. However, she’s struggled to find the same level of success as her opponent, alternating wins and losses in four trips to the Octagon. However, it could also be argued that she’s faced a higher level of competition in that time.

The paths to victory for both women are fairly clear. De La Rosa wants to ground her opponent, advance position, and lock up a submission of some kind, whereas Borella wants to deny the takedown replicate Andrea Lee’s success on the feet opposite. However, Borella is less of a specialist than Lee and seems more inclined to wrestle with de la Rosa at some point.

Anderson vs Blachowicz Live

Anderson vs Blachowicz Live: The UFC Fight Night 167 fight card, rumors, and updates for the  event onThe UFC returns to New Mexico tonight for UFC Fight Night 167. It’s the first time

Click Here to Watch Free Live Stream


in nearly six years that the promotion has brought the octagon to the state. The fighters in the headlining bout face a great deal of pressure following last week’s UFC 247 main event. In that bout, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones retained his title via a close unanimous decision over Dominick Reyes.

The fight was close enough that Reyes could be in line for an immediate rematch. Which means the two men who are competing in the main event on the New Mexico card, Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz, need to deliver a memorable performance if the victor hopes to earn the next shot at Jones’ title. Anderson is the No. 5 ranked fighter in the official UFC light heavyweight rankings. Blachowicz checks in at No. 6.

This is the second time these two will meet. In the first fight, Anderson earned a unanimous decision. The first round of that contest was close, but the final 10 minutes of the bout belonged to Anderson. He used his wrestling skills to take Blachowicz to the mat and grind him down on the ground for the win.

Anderson’s game plan is still wrestling based, but he has shown in recent fights that he’s not afraid to use his striking. Anderson is coming off a first-round knockout win over the highly touted Johnny Walker. Blachowicz is coming off a split decision win over Ronaldo Souza.

UFC Fight Night 167 takes place at Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The entire card streams on ESPN+. The world of fighting is alive in UFC Fight Night 167 live streams, delivering a regular dose of violence.

Although UFC Fight Nights don’t always have the big names you’d get in UFC-branded events, UFC Fight Nights has still brought plenty of action and excitement to the fight game in recent months. And UFC Fight Night 167 should be no different.

With competitive fights between light heavyweights Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz and welterweights Diego Sanchez and Michael Pereira, there will be plenty of fun to be had. Best of all, with more than a dozen fights between the prelims and the main card, there will be plenty of fighting action to go around.

UFC Fight Night 167 kicks off from the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on Saturday, Feb. 15. The fights begin at 5 p.m. ET, and they’ll all air on ESPN+.

Live stream UFC Fight Night 167 anywhere on Earth with a VPN
If you’re traveling outside the country during UFC Fight Night 167, you’ll still be able to watch it on the services you already pay for. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the fights as if you were at home.

We’ve evaluated many VPN services, and our top pick is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds.

ExpressVPN really shines thanks to its safety, speed and simplicity-to-use. It’s also compatible with loads of devices – from iOS and Android to Roku, Apple TV and PlayStations. You’ll even get an extra 3 months free if you sign up for a year, or there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you just want to give it a try.VIEW DEALWhere can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167?
Similar to earlier UFC Fight Night events, you’ll need to watch the entirety of the card on ESPN’s own premium streaming service ESPN Plus. ESPN Plus costs $5 per month or $50 per year. It includes UFC Fight Night events in that cost, but if you want UFC PPV events, you need to pay extra.

ESPN Plus is ESPN’s dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $4.99 per month.VIEW DEAL

How can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167 without a cable or satellite subscription?
In order to watch every fight on Saturday, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN Plus, a $5 per month/$50 per year service that streams sports games in both major and minor sports leagues, as well as UFC fights. Luckily, ESPN Plus is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and set-top boxes, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an app and streaming the fights whether you’re home or on the go.This Saturday (Feb. 15, 2020), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) travels to Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., for UFC Fight Night 167. I don’t know what exactly the poor people of New Mexico did to offend UFC and deserve this truly poor event, but it must have been heinous. In events like these, the best we can hope for is entertainment and perhaps a positive bet slip, so let’s break down some main card fights!

Remember: Later in the week, Jesse Holland will be back to preview and predict the biggest fights of the night.Watch UFC Fight Night 167 On ESPN+ Here!
Stream all of “Anderson vs. Blachowicz 2”-led fights LIVE from Raleigh for just $4.99 — don’t miss a single second of face-punching action!
SIGN UP NOW!
RELATED

Montano Injured, Pulled From UFC Rio Rancho
Women’s Flyweight: Montana De La Rosa vs. Mara Romero Botello
Best Win for Allen? Rachael Ostovich For Botello? Kalindra Faria
Current Streak: Both women came up short last time out
X-Factor: Can Botello stop the shot?
How these two match up: We likely have a grappling match on our hands, hopefully of the fun variety.

Prior to her recent loss to Andrea Lee, de la Rosa had put together a solid three-fight win streak that looked to make her a contender at 125 pounds. A wrestler with an airtight top game, the 24-year-old’s kickboxing still has a bit of room to grow, but she remains a promising prospect.

Botello is a bit more well-rounded, a black belt in both Judo and kickboxing. However, she’s struggled to find the same level of success as her opponent, alternating wins and losses in four trips to the Octagon. However, it could also be argued that she’s faced a higher level of competition in that time.

The paths to victory for both women are fairly clear. De La Rosa wants to ground her opponent, advance position, and lock up a submission of some kind, whereas Borella wants to deny the takedown replicate Andrea Lee’s success on the feet opposite. However, Borella is less of a specialist than Lee and seems more inclined to wrestle with de la Rosa at some point.

UFC Fight Night 167

UFC Fight Night 167: The UFC Fight Night 167 fight card, rumors, and updates for the  event onThe UFC returns to New Mexico tonight for UFC Fight Night 167. It’s the first time in nearly

Click Here to Watch Free Live Stream


six years that the promotion has brought the octagon to the state. The fighters in the headlining bout face a great deal of pressure following last week’s UFC 247 main event. In that bout, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones retained his title via a close unanimous decision over Dominick Reyes.

The fight was close enough that Reyes could be in line for an immediate rematch. Which means the two men who are competing in the main event on the New Mexico card, Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz, need to deliver a memorable performance if the victor hopes to earn the next shot at Jones’ title. Anderson is the No. 5 ranked fighter in the official UFC light heavyweight rankings. Blachowicz checks in at No. 6.

This is the second time these two will meet. In the first fight, Anderson earned a unanimous decision. The first round of that contest was close, but the final 10 minutes of the bout belonged to Anderson. He used his wrestling skills to take Blachowicz to the mat and grind him down on the ground for the win.

Anderson’s game plan is still wrestling based, but he has shown in recent fights that he’s not afraid to use his striking. Anderson is coming off a first-round knockout win over the highly touted Johnny Walker. Blachowicz is coming off a split decision win over Ronaldo Souza.

UFC Fight Night 167 takes place at Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The entire card streams on ESPN+. The world of fighting is alive in UFC Fight Night 167 live streams, delivering a regular dose of violence.

Although UFC Fight Nights don’t always have the big names you’d get in UFC-branded events, UFC Fight Nights has still brought plenty of action and excitement to the fight game in recent months. And UFC Fight Night 167 should be no different.

With competitive fights between light heavyweights Corey Anderson and Jan Blachowicz and welterweights Diego Sanchez and Michael Pereira, there will be plenty of fun to be had. Best of all, with more than a dozen fights between the prelims and the main card, there will be plenty of fighting action to go around.

UFC Fight Night 167 kicks off from the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico on Saturday, Feb. 15. The fights begin at 5 p.m. ET, and they’ll all air on ESPN+.

Live stream UFC Fight Night 167 anywhere on Earth with a VPN
If you’re traveling outside the country during UFC Fight Night 167, you’ll still be able to watch it on the services you already pay for. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the fights as if you were at home.

We’ve evaluated many VPN services, and our top pick is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds.

ExpressVPN really shines thanks to its safety, speed and simplicity-to-use. It’s also compatible with loads of devices – from iOS and Android to Roku, Apple TV and PlayStations. You’ll even get an extra 3 months free if you sign up for a year, or there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee if you just want to give it a try.VIEW DEALWhere can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167?
Similar to earlier UFC Fight Night events, you’ll need to watch the entirety of the card on ESPN’s own premium streaming service ESPN Plus. ESPN Plus costs $5 per month or $50 per year. It includes UFC Fight Night events in that cost, but if you want UFC PPV events, you need to pay extra.

ESPN Plus is ESPN’s dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $4.99 per month.VIEW DEAL

How can I live stream UFC Fight Night 167 without a cable or satellite subscription?
In order to watch every fight on Saturday, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN Plus, a $5 per month/$50 per year service that streams sports games in both major and minor sports leagues, as well as UFC fights. Luckily, ESPN Plus is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and set-top boxes, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding an app and streaming the fights whether you’re home or on the go.This Saturday (Feb. 15, 2020), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) travels to Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, N.M., for UFC Fight Night 167. I don’t know what exactly the poor people of New Mexico did to offend UFC and deserve this truly poor event, but it must have been heinous. In events like these, the best we can hope for is entertainment and perhaps a positive bet slip, so let’s break down some main card fights!

Remember: Later in the week, Jesse Holland will be back to preview and predict the biggest fights of the night.Watch UFC Fight Night 167 On ESPN+ Here!
Stream all of “Anderson vs. Blachowicz 2”-led fights LIVE from Raleigh for just $4.99 — don’t miss a single second of face-punching action!
SIGN UP NOW!
RELATED

Montano Injured, Pulled From UFC Rio Rancho
Women’s Flyweight: Montana De La Rosa vs. Mara Romero Botello
Best Win for Allen? Rachael Ostovich For Botello? Kalindra Faria
Current Streak: Both women came up short last time out
X-Factor: Can Botello stop the shot?
How these two match up: We likely have a grappling match on our hands, hopefully of the fun variety.

Prior to her recent loss to Andrea Lee, de la Rosa had put together a solid three-fight win streak that looked to make her a contender at 125 pounds. A wrestler with an airtight top game, the 24-year-old’s kickboxing still has a bit of room to grow, but she remains a promising prospect.

Botello is a bit more well-rounded, a black belt in both Judo and kickboxing. However, she’s struggled to find the same level of success as her opponent, alternating wins and losses in four trips to the Octagon. However, it could also be argued that she’s faced a higher level of competition in that time.

The paths to victory for both women are fairly clear. De La Rosa wants to ground her opponent, advance position, and lock up a submission of some kind, whereas Borella wants to deny the takedown replicate Andrea Lee’s success on the feet opposite. However, Borella is less of a specialist than Lee and seems more inclined to wrestle with de la Rosa at some point.

Daytona 500 Qualifying Live

Daytona 500 Qualifying Live: The starting order for the 2020 Daytona 500 will be set on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s showpiece opener to the NASCAR season.The field already took part in the first qualifying event last Sunday, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. securing pole for the Great American Race.For the second year running, Alex Bowman will start the race in second at Daytona International Speedway.

The front row is set, and the remainder of the field will earn their place in Thursday’s Bluegreen Vacations Duels.The starting order for Duel 1, which begins at 7 p.m. ET, can be found here. The starting order for Duel 2, which starts at 8:45 p.m. ET, is here.

Each duel is a 60-lap, 150-mile race in which the finishing order will determine where drivers start on Sunday. Stenhouse Jr. and those who finished last Sunday’s qualifying in odd-numbered positions will take part in Duel 1, while Bowman and the even-numbered qualifying finishers in Duel 2.

Those in Duel 1 will also take the odd-numbered positions on the final grid, and likewise, the competitors in Duel 2 will begin the Daytona 500 from the even-numbered positions.Ahead of the duels, here are some of the latest odds for the race, courtesy of Caesars Palace:Bowman started on pole in 2018 but only managed to finish 17th. Last year, he finished 11th having started in second, so his performances have been improving.

He’s coming into the 2020 season on the back of the best year of his career, too.In 2019, he won his first Cup Series race in the Camping World 400 in Illinois, as well as making five further podium finishes.Overall, he finished in the top 10 on 12 occasions. The previous season he earned 11 top-10 finishes but only one podium place.

As reflected in the odds, Bowman is still perhaps an outsider to win the Daytona 500 this year despite his excellent qualifying record, but he’s on an upward trajectory and looks set to produce his best performance yet in the Great American Race.Joey Logano and William Byron won the qualifying races to set the field for the 2020 Daytona 500.

Logano claimed the checkered flag at Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 Thursday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. Byron won Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2. Logano and Byron will start in the second row of the 2020 Daytona 500, behind pole sitter Rickey Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman.”Even though it’s just the Duels and not the 500, it’s still a momentum builder,” Logano told reporters.

Aric Almirola, Ryan Newman, Brad Keselowski and Bubba Wallace also finished in the top 5 for Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1. Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Cole Custer finished behind Byron in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2.

Logano earned the lead during the final lap of Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1, a 150-mile race. Byron won his race by .117, just edging teammate Jimmie Johnson. Daniel Suarez wrecked his car in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 and will miss the Daytona 500. His car was destroyed after he made contact with Ryan Blaney. Suarez’s car slammed into a wall before sliding through the infield grass.

Almirola will start in the No. 5 spot of Sunday’s main event, behind Stenhouse, Bowman, Logano and Byron. Johnson, Newman, Larson, Keselowski and Harvick will also start in the top 10.The 2020 Daytona 500 starts at 2:30 p.m. EST Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox.

: The 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships was held from January 18 to 26 at the Langley Curling Centre and the George Preston Recreation Centre in Langley, British Columbia. The winners will represent Canada at the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

The Championships, due to start tomorrow at the at the Crystal Ice Arena and conclude on February 22, come back to the country after last being hosted in Sochi in 2013 where the hosts made both finals against Scotland, winning the women’s title and finishing runners-up in the men’s. The women’s defending champions are the hosts, skipped by Vlada Rumiantseva, who defeated Canada in last year’s final in Liverpool in Nova Scotia and will look to retain their title.

Canada, though, are always expected to make finals and won both titles in 2015 and 2018, but also have two new teams this year. Switzerland made the men’s final last year which they lost to Canada and will look to build on that with a gold medal for the first time since 2014 and have not made a women’s final since 2005. Despite incredible form in the senior set up, Sweden have only won two titles out of 20 in the past 10 years.
Scotland have not won a women’s title since 2012 but lifted the men’s title in 2013 and 2016, making the final four every year since 2011.

Some of the sports greats who won a World Junior title include Swedish duo Anna Hasselborg and Oskar Eriksson, the 2019 world mixed doubles champions; Scotland’s Eve Muirhead; as well as one of Europe’s greatest ever curlers, Peja Lindholm. The men’s teams for the Championships will be Canada, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland and United States.

The women’s teams will be Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland. The event is being held as part of the legacy from last year’s Winter Universiade, now renamed the Winter University Games, which was also hosted in the city.Two Manitoba curling teams had their official send off Sunday before making their way to Russia to represent Team Canada in the world junior curling championships.

Skips Mackenzie Zacharias, Jacques Gauthier and their rinks are heading overseas to play in the international competition held in the city of Krasnoyarsk starting Saturday. The local curling community rallied around the two Manitoba teams at the Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club on Sunday.

The hall was decked out in red and white. Curling played on television in the background as coaches and athletes from the women’s and men’s teams thanked their supporters — and roasted their teammates in front of family and friends. Wearing matching dresses and heels, and suits and ties, respectively, the two teams said goodbye to their supporters back home.

They will be facing a new crowd while surrounded by different sights and sounds in a foreign country.National champions were crowned Saturday as the 2020 USA Junior Curling Championships wrapped up at the Eau Claire Curling Club. The men’s final was a match-up between Team Violette, the three-time defending junior national champions, and Team Tuma.

In the final stone in the 10th end, Luc Violette secures the clinching point for team Violette as they defeat Team Tuma 6-4 for their fourth straight junior national championship. We are really proud of the way we played this week,” said Violette. “So our goal here was to come here and go undefeated and get better with every game and then move on and take the world title in Russia this year.”

The women’s final between Team Strouse and Team Farrell came down to the final stone in the 11th and extra end. With the match tied, Delaney Strouse had the perfect throw into the center circle to give the young ladies, including UW-Eau Claire’s Rebecca Rodgers the national title. It’s really exciting we are a pretty young team, so we got a full year together, and then a lot of us have another year after that,” said Strouse. “Hopefully we can do a consecutive thing and that would be great.”

Daytona 500 Qualifying 2020 Live

Daytona 500 Qualifying 2020 Live: The starting order for the 2020 Daytona 500 will be set on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s showpiece opener to the NASCAR season.The field already took part in the first qualifying event last Sunday, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. securing pole for the Great American Race.For the second year running, Alex Bowman will start the race in second at Daytona International Speedway.

The front row is set, and the remainder of the field will earn their place in Thursday’s Bluegreen Vacations Duels.The starting order for Duel 1, which begins at 7 p.m. ET, can be found here. The starting order for Duel 2, which starts at 8:45 p.m. ET, is here.

Each duel is a 60-lap, 150-mile race in which the finishing order will determine where drivers start on Sunday. Stenhouse Jr. and those who finished last Sunday’s qualifying in odd-numbered positions will take part in Duel 1, while Bowman and the even-numbered qualifying finishers in Duel 2.

Those in Duel 1 will also take the odd-numbered positions on the final grid, and likewise, the competitors in Duel 2 will begin the Daytona 500 from the even-numbered positions.Ahead of the duels, here are some of the latest odds for the race, courtesy of Caesars Palace:Bowman started on pole in 2018 but only managed to finish 17th. Last year, he finished 11th having started in second, so his performances have been improving.

He’s coming into the 2020 season on the back of the best year of his career, too.In 2019, he won his first Cup Series race in the Camping World 400 in Illinois, as well as making five further podium finishes.Overall, he finished in the top 10 on 12 occasions. The previous season he earned 11 top-10 finishes but only one podium place.

As reflected in the odds, Bowman is still perhaps an outsider to win the Daytona 500 this year despite his excellent qualifying record, but he’s on an upward trajectory and looks set to produce his best performance yet in the Great American Race.Joey Logano and William Byron won the qualifying races to set the field for the 2020 Daytona 500.

Logano claimed the checkered flag at Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 Thursday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. Byron won Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2. Logano and Byron will start in the second row of the 2020 Daytona 500, behind pole sitter Rickey Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman.”Even though it’s just the Duels and not the 500, it’s still a momentum builder,” Logano told reporters.

Aric Almirola, Ryan Newman, Brad Keselowski and Bubba Wallace also finished in the top 5 for Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1. Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Cole Custer finished behind Byron in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2.

Logano earned the lead during the final lap of Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1, a 150-mile race. Byron won his race by .117, just edging teammate Jimmie Johnson. Daniel Suarez wrecked his car in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 and will miss the Daytona 500. His car was destroyed after he made contact with Ryan Blaney. Suarez’s car slammed into a wall before sliding through the infield grass.

Almirola will start in the No. 5 spot of Sunday’s main event, behind Stenhouse, Bowman, Logano and Byron. Johnson, Newman, Larson, Keselowski and Harvick will also start in the top 10.The 2020 Daytona 500 starts at 2:30 p.m. EST Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox.

Daytona 500 Qualifying

Daytona 500 Qualifying: The starting order for the 2020 Daytona 500 will be set on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s showpiece opener to the NASCAR season.The field already took part in the first qualifying event last Sunday, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. securing pole for the Great American Race.For the second year running, Alex Bowman will start the race in second at Daytona International Speedway.

The front row is set, and the remainder of the field will earn their place in Thursday’s Bluegreen Vacations Duels.The starting order for Duel 1, which begins at 7 p.m. ET, can be found here. The starting order for Duel 2, which starts at 8:45 p.m. ET, is here.

Each duel is a 60-lap, 150-mile race in which the finishing order will determine where drivers start on Sunday. Stenhouse Jr. and those who finished last Sunday’s qualifying in odd-numbered positions will take part in Duel 1, while Bowman and the even-numbered qualifying finishers in Duel 2.

Those in Duel 1 will also take the odd-numbered positions on the final grid, and likewise, the competitors in Duel 2 will begin the Daytona 500 from the even-numbered positions.Ahead of the duels, here are some of the latest odds for the race, courtesy of Caesars Palace:Bowman started on pole in 2018 but only managed to finish 17th. Last year, he finished 11th having started in second, so his performances have been improving.

He’s coming into the 2020 season on the back of the best year of his career, too.In 2019, he won his first Cup Series race in the Camping World 400 in Illinois, as well as making five further podium finishes.Overall, he finished in the top 10 on 12 occasions. The previous season he earned 11 top-10 finishes but only one podium place.

As reflected in the odds, Bowman is still perhaps an outsider to win the Daytona 500 this year despite his excellent qualifying record, but he’s on an upward trajectory and looks set to produce his best performance yet in the Great American Race.Joey Logano and William Byron won the qualifying races to set the field for the 2020 Daytona 500.

Logano claimed the checkered flag at Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 Thursday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. Byron won Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2. Logano and Byron will start in the second row of the 2020 Daytona 500, behind pole sitter Rickey Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman.”Even though it’s just the Duels and not the 500, it’s still a momentum builder,” Logano told reporters.

Aric Almirola, Ryan Newman, Brad Keselowski and Bubba Wallace also finished in the top 5 for Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1. Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Cole Custer finished behind Byron in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2.

Logano earned the lead during the final lap of Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1, a 150-mile race. Byron won his race by .117, just edging teammate Jimmie Johnson. Daniel Suarez wrecked his car in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 and will miss the Daytona 500. His car was destroyed after he made contact with Ryan Blaney. Suarez’s car slammed into a wall before sliding through the infield grass.

Almirola will start in the No. 5 spot of Sunday’s main event, behind Stenhouse, Bowman, Logano and Byron. Johnson, Newman, Larson, Keselowski and Harvick will also start in the top 10.The 2020 Daytona 500 starts at 2:30 p.m. EST Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox.

Daytona 500 Qualifying 2020

Daytona 500 Qualifying 2020: The starting order for the 2020 Daytona 500 will be set on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s showpiece opener to the NASCAR season.The field already took part in the first qualifying event last Sunday, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. securing pole for the Great American Race.For the second year running, Alex Bowman will start the race in second at Daytona International Speedway.

The front row is set, and the remainder of the field will earn their place in Thursday’s Bluegreen Vacations Duels.The starting order for Duel 1, which begins at 7 p.m. ET, can be found here. The starting order for Duel 2, which starts at 8:45 p.m. ET, is here.

Each duel is a 60-lap, 150-mile race in which the finishing order will determine where drivers start on Sunday. Stenhouse Jr. and those who finished last Sunday’s qualifying in odd-numbered positions will take part in Duel 1, while Bowman and the even-numbered qualifying finishers in Duel 2.

Those in Duel 1 will also take the odd-numbered positions on the final grid, and likewise, the competitors in Duel 2 will begin the Daytona 500 from the even-numbered positions.Ahead of the duels, here are some of the latest odds for the race, courtesy of Caesars Palace:Bowman started on pole in 2018 but only managed to finish 17th. Last year, he finished 11th having started in second, so his performances have been improving.

He’s coming into the 2020 season on the back of the best year of his career, too.In 2019, he won his first Cup Series race in the Camping World 400 in Illinois, as well as making five further podium finishes.Overall, he finished in the top 10 on 12 occasions. The previous season he earned 11 top-10 finishes but only one podium place.

As reflected in the odds, Bowman is still perhaps an outsider to win the Daytona 500 this year despite his excellent qualifying record, but he’s on an upward trajectory and looks set to produce his best performance yet in the Great American Race.Joey Logano and William Byron won the qualifying races to set the field for the 2020 Daytona 500.

Logano claimed the checkered flag at Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 Thursday at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. Byron won Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2. Logano and Byron will start in the second row of the 2020 Daytona 500, behind pole sitter Rickey Stenhouse Jr. and Alex Bowman.”Even though it’s just the Duels and not the 500, it’s still a momentum builder,” Logano told reporters.

Aric Almirola, Ryan Newman, Brad Keselowski and Bubba Wallace also finished in the top 5 for Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1. Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Cole Custer finished behind Byron in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 2.

Logano earned the lead during the final lap of Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1, a 150-mile race. Byron won his race by .117, just edging teammate Jimmie Johnson. Daniel Suarez wrecked his car in Bluegreen Vacations Duel No. 1 and will miss the Daytona 500. His car was destroyed after he made contact with Ryan Blaney. Suarez’s car slammed into a wall before sliding through the infield grass.

Almirola will start in the No. 5 spot of Sunday’s main event, behind Stenhouse, Bowman, Logano and Byron. Johnson, Newman, Larson, Keselowski and Harvick will also start in the top 10.The 2020 Daytona 500 starts at 2:30 p.m. EST Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox.

Genesis Open Golf 2020

Genesis Open Golf 2020: The 2020 Genesis Invitational has been as terrific as it we thought it would be so far through 36 holes of play at Riviera Country Club. The No. 1 player in the

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world is contending, Tiger Woods is playing the weekend and a suddenly-polarizing figure still holds the top spot. Let’s take a look at what happened in Round 2 as well as what we can look forward to this weekend.

First place — Matt Kuchar (-9): Kuchar backed up his 64 on Thursday with a nearly-as-impressive 69 on Friday. With big dogs breathing down his neck, Kuchar went out and promptly bogeyed the par-5 first hole. Not the end of the world under normal circumstances, but the first at Riviera is the easiest hole on the course and a bogey there amounts to losing strokes to the field. Still, he leads by two after 36. He’ll have to hold off Rory McIlroy for 36, which I’m not sure is a task he’s up to — especially going wire to wire — but the drama of him trying to do so should be worth the price of admission on Saturday.

Other contenders of note — Rory McIlroy (-7), Adam Scott (-6), Jon Rahm (-4), Dustin Johnson (-4), Justin Rose (-4): Scott was great, and we’ll talk about him below. D.J. made two eagles (on No. 1 and No. 17) to get in the mix. Rose was 40-1 (!) to start the week. But the real story here is McIlroy.

It looks effortless. It looks simple. The mistakes do not look like problems. The eagles do not look like aberrations. Very simply, he looks like the best player in the world (which he is). McIlroy, who hasn’t driven it like his normal self yet this week, has been rolling it so well on the greens. Four of his six birdies on Friday were from 6 feet or longer, and he gained strokes on the greens on both sides of the course.

He’s making his money where he makes it, too. He’s played six par 5s so far this week, and he’s played them in 7 under. His score, coincidentally after 36 holes, is 7 under. The tee-to-green stuff will need a little improvement over the weekend as he looks to surge ahead and stay there, but through two rounds, this has all the makings of another Rory rout in a career quite full of them to this point.

What did Tiger Woods do? Big Cat did not play great. He shot a 2-over 73, even though he drove it quite well. He said in his post-round interview what was clear in watching him play: that you can’t miss four greens from 150 yards or in when you’re sitting in the middle of the fairway. After promising starts on both Day 1 and Day 2, Tiger will need a miracle finish this weekend to be in contention.

Who had a great day? Adam Scott’s 64 was the round of the day and tied Kuchar for round of the week. He was my one-and-done pick this week, so I was thrilled after his 1-over 72 on Thursday. This course was made for him, too. It’s a ball-striking paradise, and Scott struck the hell out of it in Round 2. Fourth on approach shots, first from tee to green and no bogeys. A perfect day from maybe golf’s most perfect swing.

Who had a lousy day? It was a tough one for Phil Mickelson. After his 1-over 72 on Thursday, he shot a 3-over 74 on Friday. Lefty finished — are you ready for this? — 116th out of 120 golfers in the field from tee to green. There’s just no rhyme or reason to where the ball is going. Maybe that’s always been somewhat true, but the broader manifestation of that statistical reality over the last few years has been tough to stomach.

What to watch on Day 3: The in-game odds at the time he finished tell me everything I need to know. It’s Rory McIlroy’s tournament to lose, and everybody knows it. He’s a +200 favorite to close out his second win of the season, and only Matt Kuchar stands between that and Adam Scott at 10-1.

Rory’s starts (both in the tournament and in individual rounds) often tell a story of how things are going to go, and he’ll have an early chance on Saturday to make a statement. He’s played the first hole in 3 under so far this week, and with no other real heavyweights in the final few groups, we could have ourselves a runaway at Riviera Country Club by Saturday night.We are one round in to the 2020 Genesis Invitational, which is played at the revered Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. It’s a notoriously tough course, and Round 1 was no exception, as only 41 players — roughly a third of the field — managed to fire a round under par.

One player who would love to have a repeat of Thursday’s play is current leader Matt Kuchar, who lit up the course with a perfect scorecard that included seven birdies and zero bogeys. It all added up to a round of seven-under-par 64, which leads the field by three (!) shots heading into Round 2. Kuchar is seeking his tenth career win this week. The 41-year-old Tour veteran tees off at 3:13 p.m. ET on Friday alongside Hideki Matsuyama and Russell Knox.

Another player of interest is tournament host Tiger Woods, who is five shots behind Kuchar after an opening round of two-under-par 69. The Big Cat will start his second round bright and early at 10:16 a.m. with first-round partners Justin Thomas and Steve Stricker.

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy is also in good position after posting a 68 on Thursday. He’s four shots back, and will play with Patrick Cantlay and Dustin Johnson at 2:41 p.m. ET on Friday.You can find the full Round 2 tee times and pairings below, as well as the TV schedule for the remainder of the tournament.