Thursday, June 5, 2014

Formula 1 !! Canadian Grand Prix 2014 Live Stream Watch Online Racing HD

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Hello F1 Fans! NBC’s Formula One coverage continues with the Canadian Grand Prix live from Montreal. Coverage begins Friday on NBC Sports Live Extra at 10 a.m. ET with Practice 1, followed by NBCSN’s coverage of Practice 2 at 2 p.m. ET. Live Extra will stream coverage of Practice 3 on Saturday at 10 a.m. ET, prior to NBCSN’s live coverage of qualifying at 1 p.m. ET. F1 Extra, NBC Sports Group’s pre-race show, will air Sunday at 1:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN, leading into live race coverage of the Canadian Grand Prix at 2 p.m. ET on NBC. As usual, Leigh Diffey (play-by-play) will be joined by analysts David Hobbs and Steve Matchett, with F1 insider and pit reporter Will Buxton joining the trio on site in Montreal.

KURT BUSCH: 36, an all-access look into the intense preparation, 200+ MPH competition and extreme logistics surrounding Kurt Busch’s racing in IndyCar’s famed Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600 on the same day just two weeks ago, will debut this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC. NBC Sports’ Emmy Award-winning NASCAR production team, led by Executive Producer Sam Flood, teams with the Emmy Award-winning NASCAR Productions to create KURT BUSCH: 36, featuring in-depth interviews, on-track footage, team communications and a seat right next to Busch throughout his races against drivers from IndyCar and NASCAR.

A 60-minute “director’s cut” of KURT BUSCH: 36 will air the following day, Monday, June 9, at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

In addition, NBCSN will present episodes of NASCAR AMERICA, NBC Sports Group’s new 30-minute daily show dedicated to speed and stock car racing, today and tomorrow at 5 p.m. ET.

NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra will present six hours of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships coverage this weekend from the Thunder Valley National in Lakewood, Colo. in the third round of the 12-race championship series. Coverage begins on NBC Sports Live Extra with practice at 12:30 p.m. ET, followed by pre-race coverage on Live Extra at2:30 p.m. ET. 1st Motos coverage begins live from Thunder Valley at 3 p.m. ET on Live Extra, followed by 2nd Motos on NBCSN at 5 p.m. ET.

Veteran play-by-play voice Jason Weigandt, analyst and two-time AMA Pro Motocross Champion Grant Langston, and pit reporter Georgia Lindsay will call the action from Thunder Valley on Saturday.

F1 Grand Prix Du Canada 2014 Streaming at 02:00 P.M ET On 6-8 June 2014 The big and challenging Formula one race 2014 Formula 1 Grand Prix Du Canada is going to be start from 6th June and it will be continue till 8th June 2014

Fight || Cotto vs Martinez Live Stream HBO PPV Boxing Tv Coverage

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TR !! Miguel Cotto vs Sergio Martinez Live Stream HBO Fight Boxing Telecast

(!HBO!)Sergio Martinez vs Miguel Cotto Live Stream Boxing Fight June 7,2014


 Hello,everybody Welcome to Watch the live telecast 12 rounds - middleweight division (for WBC title) Boxing between Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto Live Online TV Broadcast. From any where you can watch this exclusive match Live without any additional software.

Match Schedule:
Competition : 12 rounds, for WBC middleweight title
Competitor : Sergio Martinez vs. Miguel Cotto
Location : Madison Square Garden, NYC (HBO PPV)
Date : Saturday, June 7, 2014
Time: 9:00 PM ET
TV Coverage : Live Online

Former four-time world champion Miguel "Junito" Cotto (38-4, 31 KO) will attempt to dethrone Sergio "Maravilla" Martinez (51-2-2, 28 KO) in a bout that will be fought at the catchweight of 159 pounds.The winner will be set up for an epic bout with any number of household names in the sport.
WBA and IBO champion Gennady Golovkin and Daniel Geale are scheduled to fight on July 26 at Madison Square Garden. The winner of that bout is one possible opponent for the Cotto-Martinez victor.
There's also the possibility of facing a champion at 168 pounds.Who knows what the recent resignation of Richard Schaefer at Golden Boy Promotions will do to the current fighter affiliation landscape.This could be an exciting time in boxing, and the winner of Cotto-Martinez could be in the thick of things.Neither fighter has looked his best of late. Though both men won their last fights, their recent results haven't been spectacular.The two aging warriors are fighting to not only win or retain a world title, but to extend their glory in the sweet science.If you're a boxing fan, you're going to want to see this fight.

After looking like a fighter ready to hang up the gloves against Austin Trout in Dec. 2012, Cotto looked the best he has in years against Delvin Rodriguez in Oct. 2013.
Granted, Rodriguez isn't exactly Floyd Mayweather Jr., but Junito's hand speed, aggression and fitness looked solid in his three-round decimation of the 34-year-old Dominican.If that Cotto shows up on Saturday, he'll be a difficult test for Martinez.
It should be noted, Cotto is fighting as heavy as he ever has for this bout. It's just five pounds more than the 154-pound mark where he held his last world title, but much heavier than the 140-147-pound range where he was at his prime from 2006-2008.Maravilla might have received a bit of home cooking in his last bout against Martin Murray. Despite being floored and looking exhausted to end the fight, Martinez won a unanimous decision over the tough Englishman.

In the fight before that, he thoroughly outboxed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. for 11 rounds, but Martinez was dropped in the final round.He got up and won a clear unanimous decision to claim the WBC title, but it looked as if that fight might have been Maravilla's last virtuoso performance.
Early on, Martinez's length, speed and boxing acumen will give Cotto issues. The questions are: Can Martinez maintain the pace, and will Cotto stay diligent in his pursuit?Working the body is key for Junito. He did this well against Rodriguez, and it will be imperative if he plans on slowing down Maravilla.

The combination of Cotto's concentration on the body, Martinez's recent trend of slowing down late and his troublesome knees are a formula for disaster for the champion.To the delight of the MSG crowd, Cotto will walk Martinez down and stop the exhausted champion between the ninth and 12th rounds.

((Watch)) Belmont Stakes 2014 Live Stream Watch horse racing Online HD

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Hello horse racing Fans! The 2014 Belmont Stakes, where fans and others will see whether California Chrome can snag the Triple Crown, is set for June 7. The post time for the main race has finally been pinpointed at 6:52 p.m. EDT. The post position draw will take place on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Sports Network will begin coverage of the races at Belmont Park at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, through 4:30 p.m. At that point, NBC will start coverage of the main event. At 7 p.m., post-race coverage will shift back to NBC Sports Network. Live streaming for the entire thing will be available via NBC Sports Extra.


For all the buzz California Chrome’s feel-good run at the Triple Crown is generating for horse racing, his too-good-to-be-true story has virtually no chance of repeating itself, according to the numbers.

The horse that will line up at the Belmont Stakes on Saturday is the product of an unspectacular mare and an equally unheralded stallion, bred in a state not known for producing winners and owned by a couple of racing outsiders who were labeled “dumb asses” for even pondering such a thing.

Byron Rogers, whose business is scientifically analyzing genetic makeup of racehorses, puts the odds at 50,000-to-1 against a horse with the strength and the stamina of a California Chrome ever showing up again among the 21,000 or so thoroughbred foals born each year. It’s the sort of horse that shows up maybe once every three years, but even then doesn’t always find his way into the spotlight because success requires a magic mix of the right owner, trainer and opportunity.

California Chrome was born at well-respected Harris Farms in Coalinga, California, and trained by longtime horseman Art Sherman, the 77-year-old who returned to the big-time nearly six decades after going to the Kentucky Derby as an exercise rider for Swaps, who won the 1955 Derby.

This horse had everything go his way,” Rogers said. “He had just about perfect genetics. Art Sherman is a very good trainer. Harris Farms is a good farm. You couldn’t predict any of this at the start with this horse.”
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In fact, Rogers says, if California Chrome’s parents were paired again, odds are only about one out of 10 their offspring would make it to a stakes race.

It’s a reality that horsemen on the lower end of the sport, which is where California Chrome’s owners once lived, are in touch with every day. Most aren’t in it to reach the big time, only to break even with their expenses.

“It’s all about luck and timing,” says Shannon Rushton, executive director of the Colorado horse racing association, speaking recently at Arapahoe Park outside of Denver, where the Kentucky Derby is a distant dream for almost every man and horse. “Every year, you kind of hope that, at some point and time, you might be the one to lead a horse into the paddock on Breeder’s Cup day or Kentucky Derby day.”

The odds, even when the bloodlines are much more refined than California Chrome’s, are very much against it.
Rogers says between only about 3.5 percent of thoroughbreds born each year are good enough to run in a stakes race. Only 20 can make it to the starting line at the Kentucky Derby. And yet, those odds have actually improved over the last decade, since the economic turndown also brought a slowdown in breeding. In 2005, the registered foal crop in the United States totaled more than 35,000. Last year, it was estimated at 21,275, continuing a steady decline that began in 2006.

Still, when owners Steve Coburn and Perry Martin decided to buy an undistinguished filly, Love the Chase, for $8,000 a few years ago and breed her to an equally ordinary stallion named Lucky Pulpit, they knew they were buying into a fairy tale, the likes of which almost never end like this.

“There’s always the dream. I think dreams are great,” said Scott Powell, who owns and trains horses at Arapahoe Park. “But you have to deal with reality, too. It’s not Kentucky Derby or bust.”

While horsemen like Powell appreciate what California Chrome could do for their sport, they recognize the one-in-a-million nature of the whole thing.

“The goal is that they make money to maintain themselves,” said Gilberto Dorantes, running his 3-year-old horse at Arapahoe Park on Memorial Day for the first time after growing up listening to his grandfather’s stories about being a horseman in Mexico. “That’s the goal. To enjoy the horses and have them do what they were bred for. That’s the best thing I can do for those horses.”

Dorantes spent around $500 on Dobes Bee — a far cry from the millions a select handful of very rich owners spend as they look from stable to stable, often turning to science, to find their magic horse.

Rogers said his business of merging data and genetics has burgeoned over the past few years, as big-money investors uncover as much information as possible in the quest to find the right horse to take big.

He doesn’t expect thousands of copycat attempts in the next year, though Ian Tapp, a longtime horseman who keeps tabs on the breeding market, says California Chrome’s success could produce an uptick in breeders in the colt’s home state, much the way the success of Pennsylvania-bred Smarty Jones 10 years ago fueled the horse business in his home state.

“It gives some people at the bottom end of the commercial market some hope that there is an ability for them to have a good racehorse,” Rogers said. “It tells them it doesn’t have to go to (trainer) Todd Pletcher and be raised in Kentucky and have all these other things that trend in favor of other horses.”

Rogers estimates about 40 percent of a thoroughbred’s potential can be predicted by genetics. After that, it’s up environment and then a roll of the dice.

“I know people who are obsessed with (winning the Kentucky Derby),” Powell said. “What a miserable life if that’s all your goal is — to live to try to obtain something that is really not attainable for the average person. They better be doing it for other reasons or it will eat their lunch.