Monday, January 23, 2017

Furniture Row Racing to field second Cup Camry with Erik Jones, 5-hour ENERGY

Furniture Row Racing announced Sunday that it will field a second team in 2017 with Erik Jones driving the No. 77 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Truex Jr. gets blocked, slows to 14th in qualifying at Watkins Glen

An errant move by another driver slowed Martin Truex Jr. on his qualifying lap Saturday, and the end result was a 14th-place starting position.

Truex Jr. signs new contract; Bass Pro Shops, Tracker Boats increase primary sponsorship

Furniture Row Racing announced that Martin Truex Jr. has signed a new two-year agreement to drive the team’s No. 78 Toyota Camry in NASCAR’s Cup Series.

Martin Truex Jr. clinches Chase playoff berth

NASCAR has informed Furniture Row Racing that driver Martin Truex Jr. has mathematically clinched a Chase berth, assuming he starts the next five races.

Anatomy of the Athlete: Trevor Story’s thumb injury, aka “Skier’s Thumb”

Often called "Skier's Thumb," a torn or sprained ulnar collateral ligament sidelined Trevor Story, leading to potential season-ending surgery.
Fossil Trace Golf Club

WATCH: Two golfers throw down at Colorado’s Fossil Trace Golf Club

These two guys seem to have left their golf etiquette at home, as they decided to throw down on the middle of the 18th hole at Fossil Trace Golf Club

Mile High Sports and 5280 Sports Network announce strategic content partnership

Mile High Sports, has entered into a strategic content partnership with new Denver-based media property 5280 Sports Network.

Martin Truex Jr. speeds to Pennsylvania 400 pole at Pocono

Martin Truex Jr. captured the pole Friday for Sunday’s Pennsylvania 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway.

Martin Truex Jr. looking for another magical ride at Pocono

Pocono Raceway will always hold a special fondness for Martin Truex Jr., who overcame multiple setbacks when he scored an emotional victory in June of 2015.

Gavin Prout named one of five NLL Hall of Fame finalists

For the second consecutive year, former Colorado Mammoth forward Gavin Prout has been named a finalist for the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame.