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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Kathy Jacobs, 56, details surprising fan mail from men: ‘It’s super sweet’

EXCLUSIVE: At age 56, Kathy Jacobs is a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model.

The Calabasas, Calif., pinup, who proudly stands at 5-foot-3 inches, is included in the 2020 issue available on newsstands. The cover features a trio of models — Olivia Culpo, Jasmine Sanders and Kate Bock, who each have individual covers.

But that’s not the only reason Jacobs is celebrating these days. She was also named a winner of the third annual SI Swim Search open casting call alongside Tanaye White. Both women will make their official rookie debuts in the 2021 issue.

The original swimsuit issue, which was first published in 1964, has been a launching pad for models, such as Kathy Ireland, Christie Brinkley, Elle Macpherson, Kate Upton and Ashley Graham.

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT NAMES TANAYE WHITE, KATHY JACOBS AS MODEL SEARCH WINNERS

Jacobs spoke to Fox News about being an inspiration to other women, what her fan

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Portage’s Carson Hocevar wins crown jewel Super Late Model race

Carson Hocevar is only 17 years old, but his bucket list is filling up pretty quickly.

The Portage stock car driver has already won three biggies this season when it comes to Super Late Model short-track races across the Midwest, but Hocevar won arguably the biggest of all Sunday afternoon in Winchester, Ind. Hocevar captured the 49th running of the Winchester 400.

Hocevar dominated the race in his No. 71 T.K. Racing/VanDoorn Racing Development Chevrolet. That enabled him to join a list of past winners that includes NASCAR Hall of Fame drivers Rusty Wallace and Mark Martin, along with current stars Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott and Erik Jones, as well as legendary short-track standouts Bob Senneker and Mike Eddy.

“T.K. Racing and VanDoorn Racing Development have been racing the Winchester 400 for years, and to get them their first Winchester 400 is huge for me, especially being the second 400

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Women’s Super League: Chelsea 3-1 Manchester City – Mjelde, Kerr & Kirby earn win

Chelsea's Maren Mjelde's scores from the penalty spot against Manchester City
Maren Mjelde’s first-half penalty was her second goal of the season

Maren Mjelde’s controversial first-half penalty set reigning Women’s Super League champions Chelsea on their way to victory in a lively tussle with last season’s runners-up Manchester City.

Mjelde slotted home after City’s Ellen White was penalised for handball, although the ball struck Demi Stokes.

But fortunate as their opener was, Chelsea dominated the second half.

Sam Kerr tapped in a second and, after Chloe Kelly’s penalty gave City hope, Kirby’s composed finish made it 3-1.

England striker Kirby, playing wide on the right, was the standout performer in a stylish win that extends Chelsea’s unbeaten WSL run to 25 games and takes them up to third in the table after four games.

A thrilling first league meeting between the two sides this season went the same way as Chelsea’s 2-0 Community Shield success in August.

City, who are fifth

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Women’s Super League: Brighton & Hove Albion 0-5 Arsenal

Arsenal recorded a convincing 5-0 win at Brighton to maintain their 100% start and return to the top of the Women’s Super League.

Two goals from Vivianne Miedema plus strikes from Danielle van de Donk, Jen Beattie and Lotte Wubben-Moy gave them a fourth win in four.

Miedema opened and rounded off the scoring for the Gunners to take her tally for the season to seven goals.

Right-back Wubben-Moy netted her first senior goal for the club.

The Gunners returned to the top of the table, having been displaced by Manchester United’s win at Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

Miedema’s double also took her to 49 career Women’s Super League goals, taking her level with all-time record holder Nikita Parris.

Despite the comfortable nature of the win for Joe Montemurro’s side, they were given a couple of early scares by Brighton before Miedema’s opener.

Denise O’Sullivan fired narrowly wide from inside

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Watch FA Women’s Super League Soccer Live

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Women’s Super League highlights weekend TV during FIFA break



Alex Morgan with a football ball: Alex Morgan could make her Tottenham debut when the club plays Manchester United on Saturday. (Andrew Yates / AFP / Getty Images)


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Alex Morgan could make her Tottenham debut when the club plays Manchester United on Saturday. (Andrew Yates / AFP / Getty Images)

With Europe’s major leagues pausing for the FIFA international break, the focus in club soccer will change to the women’s game. A pair of big clashes from the Women’s Super League highlights the menu of televised matches this weekend:

WSL: A handful of stars from the World Cup-champion U.S. women’s team figure to be involved in two of the weekend’s marquee matchups, but you’ll have to wake up early to watch live. On Saturday, Alex Morgan could make her debut for Tottenham when the Spurs (0-2-1) tackle unbeaten Manchester United (2-0-1), whose roster includes Christen Press and Tobin Heath (NBCSN, 4:30 a.m.). Rose Lavelle and Sam Mewis will join unbeaten Manchester City (2-0-1) when it travels to London to play

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ILIFE robot vacuums are super cheap at Amazon ahead of Prime Day

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Who wants to manually vacuum when you could let a robot do it for you?
Who wants to manually vacuum when you could let a robot do it for you?

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ILIFE robot vacuums are one of Amazon’s deals of the day Oct. 8, ahead of Prime Day:


Robot vacuums are always a hot ticket item during holiday shopping, and because the shopping season has started early this year, so have the killer deals on robot vacs. 

On Oct. 8, Amazon has a deal of the day featuring two ILIFE robot vacuums. While the brand might not have the same name recognition as iRobot or Shark, it consistently makes our lists of the best robot vacuums on the market. Its robot vacuums are impressive and affordable.

With this mopping robot

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Women’s Super League: West Ham United 0-1 Reading: Lauren Bruton scores winner for visitors

Reading registered their second Women’s Super League win of the season as a goal by Lauren Bruton proved enough to beat West Ham at Dagenham.

Burton forced the ball home from Natasha Harding’s cross after Reading had lost Fara Williams to injury.

West Ham went close to an equaliser after the break when Adriana Leon’s effort was tipped onto the post.

Keeper Grace Moloney excelled again by saving Kenza Dali’s penalty after she was adjudged to have fouled Leon.

The home side brought in Kate Longhurst and Emily van Egmond after a 9-1 home defeat by Arsenal in their most recent game on 12 September.

And they made a bright start with Maz Pacheco, Leon and Longhurst all trying their luck in the early exchanges.

But Danielle Carter went close in reply and, after Williams went off to be replaced by Brooke Chaplen, they took the lead when Bruton scored

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Women’s Super League: Arsenal 3-1 Bristol City: Gunners back on top after coming from behind

Arsenal shrugged off an early shock to beat Bristol City and return to the top of the Women’s Super League.

Jordan Nobbs brought Arsenal level just before the break with a first-time strike from Caitlin Foord’s cross.

Foord made it two early in the second half and Vivianne Miedema ran through unchallenged late on to seal the win.

Arsenal have a maximum nine points from three games and have moved above Everton, who won 6-0 at Aston Villa on Saturday, on goal difference.

But they found themselves a goal down in the sixth minute as Ella Mastrantonio caught Leah Williamson in possession and fed Harrison, whose shot was not well struck but still crept past keeper Manuela Zinsberger.

Miedema had the chance to equalise immediately but, after rounding Sophie Baggaley, her shot from the angle was blocked by Aimee Palmer at the near the post.

Thereafter Arsenal struggled to find

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My Favourite Beauty Products Contain This Very Specific Super Ingredient

Like so many of you, I’ve found myself taking a closer look at the ingredients found in my beauty products, particularly over the past couple of years. And while I’ve certainly got a long way to go in terms of thoroughly cleaning up my routine, I’m beginning to phase out some ingredients which I know are doing my body more harm than good. As such, I’m becoming increasingly familiar with the names of ingredients which I previously wouldn’t have given a second thought. 

It wasn’t until recently, however, that I began to realise that several of my favourite beauty products all contain the same ingredient: something called monoi oil. Coincidence? I think not. All of the products I use that contain monoi oil, across haircare and skincare, happen to be incredibly moisturising and nourishing. And, after some research, I think it’s high time this hero ingredient gets the recognition it

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