The new FFN Weekly Top 10 Film Ranking is out. Jordan Scott's short featuring Rihanna surpassed Lady Gaga's Born this Way by over 150k hits, taking the #2 spot. We welcome newcomer Tucker by Gaby Basora, a playful film helmed by director Kinga Burza coming at #5, as well as an elegant portrayal of Elie Saab's Pre-Fall collection entitled Balade a Paris at #10. http://www.facebook.com/FashionFilmNetwork/app_6009294086Read Full Story
Following on from the retirement of Phillip McLaughlin, Electraction TM are pleased to announce the signing of Jordan Scott to the team. The 19-year old from Newtownards, Northern Ireland is a newcomer to the sport of enduro but it is with an illustrious schoolboy trials career before reaching the top level of Irish adult motocross within the last two seasons that Electraction TM believe Scott has the ability to transfer these skills to the world of enduro.
For the 2011 season Scott will...Read Full Story
Online Poker.netJordan Scott Wins LAPT Peru For $168kOnline Poker.netJordan Scott has won the Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT) Lima, after defeating a field of 376 entrants over four days on his way to lifting the trophy, and collecting the $168,210 first place prize. Following his remarkable victory in Peru, US player ...and more »Read Full Story
The new FFN Weekly Top 10 Ranking is out. Jordan Scott's film with Rihanna debuted at #3, while Dustin Lynn broke out of the Selfridges pack to come in at #9. And in the saga for the #1 spot Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is back on top......https://www.facebook.com/FashionFilmNetwork/app_6009294086Read Full Story
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LAWRENCE, Kan. - Hayley Harbert, MacKenzie Willis, Jordan Scott and Jamaica Collins, as well as both the Kansas men’s and women’s 4×400-meter relays teams all found the winner’s circle for the Jayhawks Friday at the Cyclone Holiday Track and Field Preview in Ames, Iowa.
Harbert finished in first place in the women’s 3,000 meters, running a time of 10:24.62. Willis took home the victory in the women’s pole vault, leaping 3.65 meters (11-11.75 ft.). Scott, one of the leaders...Read Full Story