MOSCOW -- The final day of racing of the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships came to a close on Sunday, as four American boats -- including one guided by a Lanier Canoe/Kayak Club associate -- took to the water to compete in various finals. <br />
The top result for Team USA came from 2012 Olympian and LCKC competitor Tim Hornsby (Atlanta) in the K1 Men's 200M "B" Final, where he finished second. <br />
Hornsby crossed the finish line in 34.503 seconds, just behind Bulgaria's Kristian Dushev, who took gold with a time of 34.489.
It was another year for the record books in 2014, mostly for the right reasons -- state championships, new challenges and new stars taking their turn to shine. But there were also plenty of big stories that reminded us that sports -- like life -- isn
He did it again. Riding a wave of success unprecedented in his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career, Kyle Busch streaked to the pole position on Friday at Pocono Raceway, edging Kevin Harvick for the top starting spot in Sunday’s Windows 10 400.