Minn. teen takes home fifth career powerlifting title

13-year-old Storm Draayer bested the rest in the 12-13 year old dead lift and bench press at the World Association of Benchers and Dead Lifters World Championships in Reno, Nev.
Author:
Updated:
Original:

13-year-old Storm Draayer bested the rest in the 12-13 year old dead lift and bench press at the World Association of Benchers and Dead Lifters World Championships in Reno, Nev.

Next Up

Related

Lindsey Vonn wins fifth straight World Cup downhill title

The Minnesota native finished third on the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics course Saturday, but still secured the title with a 231-point lead in the discipline standings with only two downhills remaining this season. In the race for the overall cup, Vonn has a comfortable 448-point lead.

Johnson feels at home with Wild

Wild forward Nick Johnson has finally found a home. The 25-year old has never been traded, but he's bounced on and off waivers during his short career. The Wild claimed him off waivers from the Penguins before the season began, and he's taking advantage of the opportunity.

Lynx like their chances for WNBA title

The Minnesota Lynx are entering the playoffs as the favorite to win the WNBA championship. Good reason backs up the odds as Minnesota became just the sixth team ever to win 27-regular season games. It can also be argued the Lynx have the best point guard and rookie in the league.

Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn takes teen to homecoming

No, it wasn't at the ESPYs or similar red carpet event -- it was at the homecoming dance at a Colorado high school. Sophomore Parker McDonald worked up the courage to ask Vonn to be his date when he spotted her on the slopes in Vail.

Eden Prairie boys win 2A soccer title

The Eden Prairie Eagles boys soccer team defeated Eastview high school 3-1 in the 2A state championship Thursday. Eastview was unbeaten coming into the game. It's Eden Prairie's second state title.