Sprint Cup champion shows off new NASCAR app Brad Keselowski introduces a new NASCAR app with Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs. NASCAR’s participation in the world’s largest electronic show is evidence of the leadership role it continues to play in the sports world. After successful partnership announcements last year with Twitter, Google and HP, NASCAR last week launched a new digital platform. The new NASCAR.com will capture the excitement of NASCAR through dynamic video, bold imagery, interactive graphics and the latest news and in-depth analysis. An interactive live leaderboard will provide fans with in-depth information in real-time for each driver on race days, and NASCAR FANTASY LIVE, the official NASCAR fantasy game, will have a new look and feel. Finally, a pair of mobile apps, which will be released before the start of the season, will give fans an unprecedented second screen experience on their tablets and mobile devices.The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the leading international trade show for companies that make consumer electronics. On an annual basis, more than 150,000 people attend CES and more than 20,000 new products have been launched at the show, including the VCR, HDTV, DVD and the tablet computer. CES also attracts some of the biggest names in Hollywood. At last year’s show alone, celebrity attendees included Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, Will Smith, LL Cool J, Jillian Michaels, Ryan Seacrest, and Kelly Clarkson.See more photos of Keselowski at CES below. Brad Keselowski (C) on stage with NASCAR Vice President of Digital Media Marc Jenkins (L) and Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs (R). Brad Keselowski, 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, and Marc Jenkins, NASCAR’s VP of digital media, joined Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs on stage Monday night in Las Vegas during Jacobs’ keynote address to kick off the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. The trio unveiled a conceptual app that NASCAR and Qualcomm are currently working on which will allow fans at home to watch NASCAR races like never before.
Nigeria and Egypt will fly Africa’s flag at the 2019 ITTF World Team Cup in Tokyo, Japan after emerging champions at the 2018 ITTF African Championships holding in Mauritius.It was Egypt who first confirmed her spot in the global tournament after defeating Nigeria’s women team 3-1 in the final but few hours later the Nigerian team led by 2018 ITTF Nigeria Open Champion, Aruna Quadri dethroned Egypt as the new continental champions for men.In the last three editions of the World Team Cup, Egypt men and women teams have featured in the tournament and the last time Nigeria’s men team competed was in 2010 in Dubai. But with the 3-1 win over Egypt in the final, the West African side will return to the global championship comes November 2019 in Japan.The tournament is a test run for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.The trio of Dina Meshref, Farah Abdel-Aziz and Yousra Helmy defeated Nigeria’s trio of Edem Offiong, Olufunke Oshonaike and Janet Effiom to retain their title in the continent.In the men’s final, it was a different scenario as the experience of Segun Toriola counted for the West African team when the seven-time Olympian fought from 1-2 down to beat youthful Khaled Assar 3-2 in the third game to give Nigeria a 2-1 lead after Aruna Quadri had put Nigeria ahead with a 3-2 win over Ahmed Saleh while Bode Abiodun fell 0-3 to Mohammed El-Beiali.Like a true champion, it was Aruna Quadri who saved the day for Nigeria with an explosive encounter against Mohammed El-Beiali who made the spectators to be on the edge of their seats during the tie.Having fell behind 1-2, Aruna Quadri fought back to beat the Arab Cup Champion 3-2 to throw the Nigerian camp into frenzy celebration.A disappointed Ahmed Saleh told reporters that it was a painful loss especially the loss by Assar to Toriola.“I am so disappointed that we could not retain our title because we had thought we could pick the third game against Toriola. I am not too happy but that is table tennis and we will come back to fight again,” Saleh concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The two-time All-Pro defensive back got into a heated exchange with Jaguars coach Doug Marrone on the sidelines during the team’s 13-12 loss to the Texans in Week 2. Shortly afterward, Ramsey asked for a trade.However, Ramsey still played in Jacksonville’s matchup with the Titans in Week 3, recording nine total tackles in the 20-7 win. Jalen Ramsey’s streak of having played in 51 straight NFL games is coming to an end, as the Jaguars cornerback won’t take the field in Week 4.Jacksonville announced Sunday that Ramsey will be listed as inactive vs. the Broncos. Multiple teams have remained interested in acquiring Ramsey, who was selected by the Jaguars No. 5 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.He has recorded nine interceptions and 45 pass breakups in 51 career games. Whether Jacksonville is willing to part ways with him remains to be seen. Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins replaces Case Keenum vs. Giants Kenny Stills injury update: Texans receiver (hamstring) questionable to return vs. Panthers Jalen Ramsey is inactive today against the Broncos.Full list of inactives ⤵ pic.twitter.com/Kwx5ekeWkF— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) September 29, 2019Ramsey missed practice this week because of illness, a back injury and the birth of his second child.His status for Jacksonville’s matchup against Denver remained up in the air until Sunday amid speculation that the Jaguars might deal him in the coming weeks. Related News Raiders’ Vontaze Burfict ejected for late helmet hit on Colts’ Jack Doyle