Sport Sam Darnold Shows Off Accuracy With Speed Boat Trick Throw

23:55  19 june  2017
23:55  19 june  2017 Source:   HERO Sports

Hawaii soldier on surfboard dead after boat runs over him

  Hawaii soldier on surfboard dead after boat runs over him Hawaii officials say an Army soldier is dead after he was run over by a fishing boat. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources says the soldier was on a surfboard just outside Waianae Boat Harbor Thursday morning when a 21-foot recreational powerboat leaving the harbor ran over him.Honolulu Fire Department Capt. David Jenkins says it's not clear if the man was on the board or in the water when he was hit.A commercial tour boat helped him back to shore. The soldier was staying at Waianae Rest Camp, an Army facility with recreational beach cabins.The Honolulu Police Department is investigating.

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Sam Darnold (born June 5, 1997) is a college football quarterback for the USC Trojans. He began attending the school in 2015. Darnold was a two-sport athlete at San Clemente High School, playing football and basketball.

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USC quarterback Sam Darnold showed his accuracy from the back of a speed boat.

Sam Darnold appears to be enjoying his summer.

The USC quarterback dazzled as a redshirt freshman last season, completing 67 percent of his passes for 3,086 yards, 31 touchdowns and nine interceptions. The Heisman Trophy favorite and potential top-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft is preparing for his first full season as starting quarterback. And his training includes some work on the water.

MORE: Jake Browning, Sam Darnold Lead Best Heisman Candidates for Each Pac-12 Team

On Sunday, Darnold posted a video to Instagram that shows him completing a pass from the back of a speed boat:


Heads up Trojan nation. I think we may have found our next great receiver @seanmorrissey

A post shared by Sam Darnold (@samdarnold) on Jun 18, 2017 at 2:39pm PDT

Swedes end Japan challenge at America's Cup .
Sweden's Team Artemis completed their remarkable comeback to eliminate SoftBank Team Japan from the America's Cup Challenger semi-final series on Friday and set up a showdown with Emirates Team New Zealand. The Swedes, who at one point had trailed 3-1 to the Japanese in the best-of-nine series, produced a superb display on Bermuda's Great Sound to clinch a 5-3 victory. Artemis, skippered by Nathan Outteridge, will now battle it out against the New Zealand challenge to decide which team will advance to face defending champions Oracle Team USA."We're absolutely stoked," Outteridge said shortly after clinching the win.


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