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    Mikael Dubois – winner of the Military Division at the Exchange Celebrating Service: Fort Jackson event in May – was uncertain of whether he’d even be able to compete in the World Long Drive Championship this week. With an exemption into the field set in stone courtesy of his 326-yard drive on his eighth and final ball in the Military Division final, the question really came down to timing and logistics working in his favor.
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    Even though Jamie Sadlowski’s dominant reign on the World Long Drive circuit all occurred before turning 30-years-old, the mark he left on the sport remains large. Sadlowski didn’t match the traditional frame of a long driver that fans are accustomed to seeing when watching on TV.
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    When it comes to long drive champions, Jason Zuback’s name is at the top of the list, right next to Sandra Carlborg (Women’s Division). Over the course of his career, Zuback won a total of five long drive titles, with four of those coming in succession between 1996 and 1999.
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    For the second straight year, the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital was a huge success. Not only was the televised culmination of the event an exciting spectacle for those on-site and those watching from home, but for four hitters, it provided an opportunity to engage with some special local residents.
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    With the stage set and the crowd electrified, the eight men and four women advancing to Monday night’s conclusion of the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital put on a memorable show. Kyle Berkshire, who won the ROC City Rumble last month in Rochester, N.Y., was the only player to eclipse the 400-yard mark during the live telecast.
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    The women’s field of four for Monday’s conclusion of the Tennesee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital is set. Of those four, Alexis Belton probably had the most interesting past 24 hours.
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    While in town for the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital, Open Division finalists Martin Borgmeier, Ryan Reisbeck, and James Tait took in the experience of a lifetime at Bristol Motor Speedway. Tait and Borgmeier are from England and Germany respectively, and haven’t seen a lot of NASCAR.
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    The field of eight is set for the Open Division at the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital. Hitters produced great numbers and many of the sets were very close throughout the day, making this one of the most competitive events this season.
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    The preliminary round of the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital is in the books and the field put on a great show.The morning wave had to deal with the moisture and dew on the ground and very little wind, but that didn’t have any effect on guys like world No. 1 ranked Kyle Berkshire, who advanced with the longest drive (394 yards) of the morning wave.The afternoon groups saw drier conditions and a slight helping wind. With that, the numbers went up and last month’s ROC City Rumble runner-up Martin Borgmeier set the tone with a clean sweep, winning each of his four respective sets.
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