Matt Blewett

Millville to grow by 20,000 for a day as Pro Motocross invades the Minnesota river valley

Millville to grow by 20,000 for a day as Pro Motocross invades the Minnesota river valley

Ryan Dungey and Jeremy Martin will try to capture wins at home as professional motocross thunders into the tranquil town of Millville for the 2014 Spring Creek Nationals on July

Check out practice run photos. As the first engines fired up for the day and the racers gathered for their morning safety meeting. The tranquil hills on the west banks of the Mississippi thundered to life as the smells of racing fuel and engine fumes frolicked in the air. An estimated 20,000 spectators lined up […]

 Matt Blewett

Second thoughts on the Swarm season

Second thoughts on the Swarm season

Re-thinking the Minnesota Swarm's season so far. A few bright points are coming through despite the 2-9 record.

It is said that time can make the heart grow fonder. The Minnesota Sports Report’s support of the the local Lacrosse team, the Minnesota Swarm, though our article article summarizing the Toronto Rock game last Sunday contained some negativity regarding the lackluster play of the team early on.  Sometimes a second look is warranted, in […]

 Matt Blewett

Championship Snocross invades Canterbury Park transforming horse track into winter sledding playground

Championship Snocross invades Canterbury Park transforming horse track into winter sledding playground

The Canterbury Park stop of the 2014 AMSOIL Championship Snocross racing circuit was an historic event with Tucker Hibbert becoming the winningest rider in Snocross history on Jan 3, 2014.

Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota is host to horse racing from Memorial Day until Labor Day.  During the winter months the racetrack resembles a ghost town most days while the card casino remains open.  On January 3-4, 2014 the track and building became abuzz with one of the coldest and craziest events of the year, […]

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