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People Taking Action: Local woman completes 40-hour run for orphanage

A 40-hour run - that was Ashley Horner's mission.

Some of it on a track, the other part of it on Virginia Beach roadways. And after several hours in, it was taking a huge toll on her body.

World Surf League’s New Rules For 2021 Will Stoke Competition

As with so many other sports across the world, the coronavirus pandemic has affected the world of surfing. It has sidelined some of the sport’s up-and-coming women such as the U.S.’s Summer Macedo and Brisa Hennessy of Costa Rica—if not fully to the shores, then at least making them wait to compete live again.

Surfing Was Set to Debut at the Summer Olympics, 2020 Had Other Plans

This was going to be a historic year for the sport of surfing. We spoke with the world’s top surfers to go behind the scenes as the sport prepares to make its Olympic debut … next year.

Kim Hildreth and Sarah Schmerhorn Talk Upcoming AVP Champions Cup Series

The volleyball pair discusses playing amidst a pandemic and how the AVP is working to keep athletes safe.

Lawn Patrol: Get The Full Tour Of Honolua Bay With Summer Macedo

Pro surfer and Maui local Summer Macedo takes you on a tour of her home in Lahaina, Maui and her home break at Honolua Bay. After showing you around her guitar collection and father's paintings, she heads up the road to the site of the Maui Pro presented by ROXY to recap her competitive career at the break and go for a surf.

PODCAST: Alexa Score - Professional Wakeboarder, Cancer Survivor, And TV Host

Alexa Score is a professional wakeboarder, Tv Host and a Cancer survivor. She has an amazing story of overcoming cancer at a young age, moving across the country to pursue professional wakeboarding before she even turned 18, and how she has now become a host for many television shows. We talk about her journey and where she plans to go in the future. Be sure to tune in for the full episode.

Corey LaJoie joins Spire Motorsports: ‘A ceiling as high as we can make it’

Within seconds of the August news that Spire Motorsports purchased Leavine Family Racing’s charter and assets, Spire co-owner Jeff Dickerson received a text from Corey LaJoie.

Where should I drop my seat off?

Corey LaJoie Joins Spire Motorsports As He Aims To ‘Race With The Big Dogs’

When Spire Motorsports announced it was expanding to a two-car organization in 2021 with its own race shop, only one driver texted team co-owner Jeff Dickerson.

It was Corey LaJoie, a man who announced he was leaving Go Fas Racing in hopes of finding a more competitive ride. Well, LaJoie’s text made him stand out among the competition as Spire Motorsports looked to fill the seat of its lead car.