It may seem strange to have a sports flasher at a game. The flashes are very brief – only 1/1000th of a second! They are so quick that a photographer may not even notice them during a motordrive sequence. But the fans aren’t so much bothered about the flashes; the lights and goalposts tied to the catwalk will be obvious to everyone! But do you know how they work?
The platform provides content for fans of all sports, from tennis to cricket. Live scores, news and expert commentary are just a few features. There are also fantasy games and trivia. In addition, Sports Flashes offers content from 34 different sports. It also offers exclusive rights to sports content in domestic and international markets. For Indian viewers, it also offers a wide variety of events. The company has also partnered with major international sports media organizations to broadcast content.
The athletic department also announced the Varsity “K” Hall of Fame class of 2022. Nathan Fanger has been elevated to the role of director of cross country and track. A new assistant AD has been appointed for marketing and fan engagement. The Flashes are proud to welcome NCAA Woman of the Year Azure Fernsler and the team also gives back to the community through a youth camp and IWLCA Community Awareness Award. This season, many of the Flashes’ programs received national recognition.
In the nightcap, Wilkes County Post 31 defeated Alexander Central High School, completing a sweep. After falling behind early in the nightcap game, the Flashers roared back to win. The final score was 9-6. A second sweep is in the cards for the Flashers this season. The Flashers will play in the playoffs on July 27. If you’re interested in learning more about this team, check out their Facebook page for more information.
In 1974, Erica Roe streaked onto the field of Twickenham, getting male fans excited with her 40-inch chest, and was later covered by a police officer’s hat. Unlike Roe, however, most female streakers choose to go shirtless. Melissa Johnson, for example, hopped onto Wimbledon Center Court in only an apron to flash the Duke of Kent. She was later hauled away by police.