It’s Friday, so let’s have a NewsRound up
First up, bad news for New Zealands Justin Leov, on the eve of the World Championships, and with his form right where hewanted it to be after winning the NORBA Finals 2 weeks back, 22 year oldJustin Leov has been dealt a heart wrenching blow just days before the WorldChampionships. Last Friday on his first training run for round 2 of the G3 series inColorado, Justin’s handlebar snapped sending him to the ground and breakinghis right collarbone in two places. The Yeti/Fox Factory team were quick toact, booking an operation, knowing that every day counted and there wasstill a possibility to participate at the World Championships.
Wisley K.O.D competition
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KISS Play Whistler
KISS is one of the world’s biggest rock bands and they have played more than 3,500 concerts in front of 78 million fans around the world. “We’re absolutely thrilled to be playing host to this legendary band” said Whistler mayor Ken Melamed. The world famous rockers will transform the entire Resort Community of Whistler as they take their extraordinary show to the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain at the Coca-Cola Tube Park on Saturday, September 15th in a unique one-time outdoor concert event.
KISS invented stadium rock with their sci-fi Kabuki costumes, outrageous theatrics and, of course, their trademark make-up. In their extensive world tours KISS have cultivated the most loyal fan-base in music known as The Kiss Army. The stunning showmanship this band brings to the stage is overshadowed each time by their huge body of music. Destroyer, Rock and Roll All Night, Love Gun and Alive became the soundtracks for and entire generation of fans. KISS have sold 80+ million records throughout their career, and have earned more than 55 gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards since receiving their first gold record for KISS Alive! in 1975.