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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Bryan Little Jersey . -- David Gilliland might have summed up Daytona qualifying best. "Its uncontrolled chaos out there," Gilliland said Friday after landing the pole in a rain-shortened and somewhat hairy session that set the field for the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway. Gillilands top speed during a hectic, cat-and-mouse qualifying session was 199.322 mph, earning him his third Sprint Cup pole and first since landing the top spot for the 2007 Daytona 500. All three of his poles have been at restrictor-plate races, with the first one coming at Talladega in 2006. "Front Row Motorsports, our strong point is definitely speedway racing," said Gilliland, who finished third in the 2011 Daytona 500. "It is something thats circled on our calendar from the start of the year. We put a lot of emphasis on it. The restrictor-plate tracks are good equalizers. David Ragan and I both have good enough cars to win, and that is an exciting feeling. Its something we dont have every week." The top 24 drivers Friday in the first knockout stage were supposed to advance to the next round, but rain prompted NASCAR to cancel the final two sessions. Reed Sorenson qualified second, followed by Landon Cassill, Bobby Labonte and Jimmie Johnson. Daytona 500 winner Dale Earnhardt Jr., who will attempt to become the sixth drive to sweep both annual races at NASCARs most famous track Saturday, was seventh. All the talk during and after was about how the qualifying session shook out. It was the first time NASCARs new qualifying rules were used at Daytona, and it produced some hairy moments as groups of cars slowed to a crawl around the 2 1/2-mile superspeedway. The small packs -- most of them formed by teammates -- were hoping to pull behind bigger groups to produce fast laps. But no one was eager to lead the way. "Its a mess," Earnhardt said. "You have to be in the very back and try to get a big tow. I aint ever seen anything like it. Its the funniest thing Ive ever seen." Risky, too. Several cars turned down pit road to get away from the disorder. But the most common concern was the speed differences, with some packs creeping along while others ran full speed. "It was really wild and it was pretty dangerous," Matt Kenseth said. "Theres car doing 80 and there were cars doing 200 and nobody wanted to go. Everybody wanted to be in the back of the pack and try to catch the front to get a (fast) lap, so it was pretty chaotic." Similar qualifying took place at Talladega in May, when teammates stuck together in hopes of besting the field. But drivers clearly tweaked some things from those sessions. "There was just so much going on out there and its a wonder we havent wadded a bunch of cars up," Brian Vickers said. "A lot of guys running even slower than at Talladega and then some guys even taking chances on blocking the field, which was what really almost caused a few wrecks." Penske Racing teammates Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano were among those who did not advance past the first stage. Danica Patrick, Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch also did not get to the second knockout round. Joe Nemechek was the only driver who did not qualify for Saturdays 400-mile race. "Its just about being lucky as to who can make it through and who gets the right run," McMurray said. "Its just so crazy that everyone pulls out and doesnt go and then stops. It is what it is. Everyone has the same conditions. It just doesnt feel like racing ... because half the time people are running 40 mph. I dont even really know what to say because its so messed up that I cant explain it." Tucker Poolman Jersey . A steady downpour and low temperatures were predicted for much of the night. No makeup date was immediately announced, although it was determined that the game will not be part of a doubleheader on Wednesday. Adam Lowry Jersey .B. -- Canadian pairs skaters Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford went from elated to frustrated in the span of a few minutes. http://www.hockeyjetsauthority.com/brandon-tanev-jets-jersey-c-31/ . After losing Brett Cecil to groin tightness on Friday, the Blue Jays watched as R.TORONTO -- For FIFA and Canadian organizers, next months U-20 Womens World Cup is a test run for the 2015 Womens World Cup. For Canadian coaches, its also a chance to see future and present talent in action. Players on coach Andrew Olivieris under-20 squad, announced Wednesday, who have already featured on John Herdmans senior team include centre backs Kadeisha Buchanan and Rebecca Quinn, fullback Sura Yekka and midfielders Ashley Lawrence and Jessie Fleming. Forward Nichelle Prince made her senior debut in the Four Nations Womens Tournament in China in January 2013, coming off the bench to score against South Korea. Defender Kylie Davis is a veteran of the 2012 U-20 World Cup. For them and their teammates, the U-20 tournament will be a valuable preface to the World Cup if they make that squad -- ensuring they have a taste of what its like to play under the pressure of being the host team. The U-20 tournament is scheduled for Aug. 5-24 in Edmonton, Moncton, Montreal and Toronto. Under Olivieri, Canada went 1-2-0 at the 2012 tournament. The Canadian women failed to advance out of the group stage, thumping Argentina 6-0 before losing 2-1 to Norway and North Korea. The Canadian coach said the 2012 experience has helped shape the preparation for this tournament. With Herdman also serving as high-performance director, consistent coaching approaches at different levels have helped ensure the Canadian women are all on the same page. "Hes been fantastic support the last two years," said Olivieri. Fresh from a July 16-21 camp in Mexico, the Canadian women open the 2014 tournament Aug. 5 at BMO Field with a Group A game against Ghana. They play Finland three days later in Toronto before heading to Montreal for an Aug. 12 date with North Korea. "We know our last match will be an extremely difficult one," Olivieri said of the group play schedule. The opener may be a challenge as well. Ghana made it to the semifinals at the FIFA U-17 tournament in 2012, losing to eventual champion France. The Africans went on to defeat Germany in the third-place match. "They wont be easy," said Olivieri. The Canadians lost to North Korea in the U-17 quarter-finals with the Koreans eventually losing 7-6 to France in a penalty shootout in the final. Such success does not always translate to the next age group, but the U-17 performance of Ghana and North Korea gives the Canadians something to think about. The Finns were the surprise of European qualifying, beating Norway and drawing with Sweden and Germany. "Just to qualify out of Europe definitely signifies they have a quite a bit of quality. It will be quite a difficult match," said Olivieri. It wont get any easier for the Canaddian women after pool play, assuming they advance. Mark Scheifele Jersey. The top two teams from each pool advance to the quarter-finals, with the Group A survivors taken on likely either the U.S. or Germany from Group B, which also features China and Brazil. The U.S. and Germany have dominated womens soccer at this level, combining to win five of the six previous tournaments. North Korea won in 2006. "We know that our objective going into the tournament is going to be to win a quarter-final. And we have probably the toughest crossover you can ask for," said Olivieri. "But well be ready and well be happy to play Germany or the U.S. or if theres a surprise, Brazil or China. Weve certainly done our work to make sure were as ready as we can be for those matches." The Canadian team will be captained by defender Kinley McNicoll. Kailen Sheridan goes into the tournament as the No. 1 goalie. Olivieri hopes goals will come from both the forwards (Prince and Janine Beckie) and midfielders (Ashley Campbell, Fleming and Lawrence among others). The Americans won in 2012, defeating Germany. The U.S. also won in 2008 and 2002, when it defeated Canada and Christine Sinclair 1-0 after extra time before 47,784 at Edmontons Commonwealth Stadium to claim the inaugural then (under-19) title. Germany won in 2004 and 2010, when it became the only host country to hoist the trophy. Group C is made up of England, Mexico, Nigeria and South Korea while Group D consists of Costa Rica, France, New Zealand and Paraguay. The quarter-finals are shared by all four host cities, with Moncton and Montreal hosting the semifinals. Montreal will stage the final and third-place match. Canada will play Mexico and England in friendlies in advance of the tournament. The two final Canadian cuts were forwards Chelsea Harkins and Sessen Stevens, both from Vancouver Whitecaps FC Girls Elite. --- Canadas U-20 Team Goalkeepers: Kailen Sheridan, Clemson University; Marie-Joelle Vandal, Dynamo de Quebec; Rylee Foster, Woodbridge SC. Defenders: Sura Yekka, Brams United; Kinley McNicoll, University of Wisconsin; Kylie Davis, Cometes de Laval; Kadeisha Buchanan, Ottawa Fury FC; Rebecca Quinn, Duke University; Victoria Pickett, Glen Shields; Lindsay Agnew, Ohio State University; Jordane Carvery, Glen Shields. Midfielders: Ashley Campbell, Toronto Lady Lynx; Jessie Fleming, London NorWest SC; Ashley Lawrence, Ottawa Fury FC; Vanessa Gregoire, Cometes de Laval; Sarah Kinzner, Calgary Foothills; Emma Fletcher, Louisiana State University. Forwards: Nichelle Prince, Toronto Lady Lynx; Janine Beckie, Texas Tech University; Amandine Pierre-Louis, Cometes de Laval; Valerie Sanderson, Cometes de Laval. Coach: Andrew Olivieri. Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL T-shirts Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Discount NFL Jerseys ' ' '


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