We have our first winners of this years World Darts Championship! But one of them is already out- Jeffrey de Zwaan. ➡️Match 1: De Zwaan never struggled against a weak Nitin Kumar, who missed too many of his opportunities. So the Dutchman had no problems to win it 3-0.
➡️ Match 2: Martin Schindler and Cody Harris never got up to their top level, but it was a tough one. Harris led the match for all the time, but Schindler always battled back. He missed opportunities to go 1-0 up in the deciding set, so Harris punished and finished the match with a checkout of 104.
➡️ Match 3: Jan Dekker faced a huge scare, but he got away with it and won his match finally. Lisa Ashton started of in an amazing manner, with checkouts of 110 and 121. But Dekker was able to hit back and Ashton lost kind of her scoring power. Dekker then battled his way through the match and ended a quite impressive debut from the Lancaster Rose. ➡️ Match 4: Rob Cross is through! After losing the first set to an inspired de Zwaan, he was able to find a higher gear and won the last 3 sets. De Zwaan had an average of a 106, but was finally without a real chance against the reigning world champion.
I never really got to thank everyone for the love from this last weekend so thank you guys! The whole Cobra Kai team did work out there and I’m so damn proud to be apart of such a solid family. I also wanna thank @submissionhunterpro for such a great event. I won it last year and I’m defending champ so next year we might have to talk about a strap for around my waist😂
My dude @romulo_jujitero_caiado and I had a technical and fun match. The thing i love about jiu jitsu is the respect two athletes have at the end(if they aren’t dickheads😂)
We try to rip eachothers limbs off and choke eachother unconscious but at the end of the day can hug, shake hands, and say thank you for making me an better grappler. So @romulo_jujitero_caiado thank you my brother!! It was an honor to share the stage with you. You’re a savage and OG of the game.🙌🏻🦍
I read someone’s 2019 triathlon goals the other day on IG. Behind a few personal goals was “4. Bring someone new to the sport of triathlon.” Then I got the email for the 2019 Tri-U-Mah. (30 min swim, 30 min bike, 30 min run in Feb.) And convinced three people to do it.
And I’m waiting on several other friends to say yes. 😉😉 Who’s with us?? #triumah#universityofminnesota#recwell#defendingchamp @umnrecwell .
If you need more convincing: I got my Masters from the U, and this triathlon is far more fun.
På lørdag har legenden @emilmatthews crossfit comeback, og i den anledning stiller vi op til @liftrsgym Christmas Challenge 🎄🎅 - hvis i vil se en mand i smerte, så kom og kig på.
Vi glæder os ihvertfald til en hyggelig dag og altid hyggelig konkurrence ✌️😚 #backtoback#defendingchamp
One day to go until the #2018#AusOpenGolf 🏌️⛳️ This is the amount of times the defending champ @cam_davis77 has won the Stonehaven Cup. Will he win it 2 years in a row? 🏆 For tickets and everything you need to know, head to www.golf.org.au/ausopen.
Being the villain is so much fun. Kids calling me toothpick. First title defense against The Natural. All I have to say is........... Watch out..... watch out..... watch out. #rkoouttanowhere . #defendingchamp . #classic
Had the Reigning Classic Stock Hatch Champion Lee Scott in the Matt Roach Racing Workshops on Friday night for some Corner Weight check and Adjustment, ahead of his final round at Snetterton next weekend where he will be doing his best to defend his title and hopefully come home the 2018 Champion.
All at Matt Roach Racing would like to wish Lee the best of luck!
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