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Fort Lauderdale, FL (May 10th, 2011) -The Fort Lauderdale Strikers will travel to Carolina today for their upcoming match against the Carolina RailHawks on Wednesday May 11th at 7:00 P.M. The Strikers are currently on a four match undefeated streak with three of those matches away from home. This will be the final match in the Strikers’ four game road trip that has taken them to Atlanta, Puerto Rico, Minnesota, and finally Carolina. The Strikers next home match will be on May 14th at 7:30 P.M. against FC Tampa Bay.

This is the fourth game of a four game road trip and we know Carolina is playing well and it’s going to be a tough game for us. That being said we always talk about getting points on the road and the focus for Carolina is no different. We’re going up there trying to get points, said Head Coach Daryl Shore.

FC Barcelona, the 2011 UEFA Champions League finalist, will face one of Mexico’s most popular clubs, CD Guadalajara as part of the 2011 Herbalife World Football Challenge, at Sun Life Stadium on Wednesday, August 3rd  at 8:00 p.m. (ET).  This is the first time ever FC Barcelona has played in South Florida.

FC Barcelona is considered to be one of the best clubs in the world. Barca has won every single competition they have played in at least once during the last five years including La Liga, UEFA Champions League, Spain's Copa del Rey and the FIFA Club World Cup.

The Strikers continue their unbeaten streak in the third match of a four game road trip. The match ended in a 1-1 draw against the NSC Minnesota Stars. The Strikers look to continue the trend Wednesday, May 11th at 7:30 p.m. when they round out their road trip against the Carolina Railhawks. The Strikers return home to face their cross state rivals FC Tampa Bay on Saturday, May 14th. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

amaica's Synchro Stars a Hit in CaliforniaJamiaca's Synchro Stars Beam With Pride 

Jamaica Tourist Board’s Dian Holland business development manager for Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming (pictured top right), was on hand to welcome the Jamaica Synchro Stars synchronized swimming team to California.

The team journeyed to California to compete against 150 athletes, including the top-ranked team in the United States, Santa Clara’s Aquamids in this year’s Central California Association and Pacific Association Intermediate Championships and Seaside Novice/Age Group Invitational.