|Born||May 1, 1973|
|1998||Northern California Junior Champion|
Tommy Hedden (born May 1973 in Auburn, California, U.S.)is a professional speedway rider in the United States. He represented USA in the 2007 Speedway World Cup.
He was also a member of the 2007 USA Dream Team tour to the UK.
The United States men's national soccer team (USMNT) represents the United States in men's international soccer competitions. The team is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation and is a member of FIFA and CONCACAF.
The Costa Rica national football team represents Costa Rica in men's international football. The national team is administered by the Costa Rican Football Federation (FEDEFUTBOL), the governing body for football in Costa Rica. It has been a member of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) since 1927, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) since 1961, and a member of the Central American Football Union (UNCAF) since 1990.
Scott Andrew Speed is an American race car driver, who currently races in Americas Rallycross Championship for Subaru Rally Team USA.
Gregory Alan Hancock is an American former professional motorcycle speedway rider.
William Gordon Hamill is an American international motorcycle speedway rider. He is a former Speedway World Champion, winning the title in 1996.
Chris Kerr is a professional speedway rider in the United States. He is nicknamed "The Tiger" and represented USA in the 2007 Speedway World Cup.
Emil Damirovich Sayfutdinov is a Russian motorcycle speedway rider and member of the Russian national teams. He won the 2007 and 2008 Under-21 World Championship, and is a two-time winner of the European Championships in 2014, 2015. Sayfutdinov has also won Speedway of Nations with Russia two-times, in 2018, 2019. He is a permanent rider of the 2019 Speedway Grand Prix. He has won seven Grand Prix.
Adrian Gomólski is an international speedway rider, representing the Poland national U-21 team. He started his speedway career in 2003. His father Jacek was also a speedway rider.
Mattia Carpanese born is a speedway rider who in 2007 rode in the UK for the Workington Comets who compete in the Premier League, and for the Birmingham Brummies in 2008.
Ķasts Poudžuks is a Latvian speedway rider and the former Latvian champion.
Steffen Mell is a speedway who first rode in the United Kingdom, riding with the Trelawny Tigers in the Premier League.
Manuel Hauzinger is an international motorcycle speedway rider who rode in the UK for the Berwick Bandits in the Premier League. He also rode for the Swindon Robins in the Elite League, replacing Theo Pijper. He made a memorable debut for Swindon against the Eastbourne Eagles, where he scored 8 points and beat Grand Prix star Scott Nicholls.
Christian Hefenbrock born is an international speedway rider who first rode in the UK for the Wolverhampton Wolves in the Elite League in 2006.
The 2007 Speedway World Cup Qualification (SWC) was a two events of motorcycle speedway meetings used to determine the two national teams who qualify for the 2007 Speedway World Cup. According to the FIM rules the top six nations from the 2006 Speedway World Cup were automatically qualified. Qualification was won by Finland and Russia teams.
Maksims Bogdanovs is a Latvian motorcycle speedway rider, since 2007 participating in Speedway Grand Prix of Latvia competitions.
Juha Hautamäki is a Finnish former motorcycle speedway rider who was a member of Finland team at Speedway World Cups.
Denis Štojs is a Slovenian motorcycle speedway rider who was a member of Slovenia team at 2002 and 2003 Speedway World Cup. He started in Speedway Grand Prix as a wild card.
The "Shot heard round the world" is a term used in reference to one of the most historic goals in U.S. soccer history, which allowed the U.S. national team to make it to the 1990 FIFA World Cup after 36 years of failed attempts to qualify. This goal was scored in the qualification game between United States and Trinidad and Tobago on November 19, 1989 in Port of Spain.
The United States men's national basketball team competed in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup and finished in seventh place. After winning the past two World Cups in 2010 and 2014, they were seeking to become the first country to capture three straight gold medals. With high-profile players electing not to participate, Team USA was devoid of A-list players from the National Basketball Association (NBA). They lost to France in the quarterfinals, ending their 58-game winning streak in FIBA and Olympic competition. Normally played every four years, the tournament was moved from its expected 2018 playing to avoid conflicting with soccer's World Cup schedule.