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Tonight: Kim Collins sets new PB at 38yrs. Gatlin on Fire! Training for the kick. CALL 626-657-2104
An indepth look with liveley discussion of the Track and Field Happennings with a Caribbean twist with the Data Guy, Rico and Host Sean Garrity. Athlete analysis, head to head matchups, relay pools, field events break down, world leads and much much more. Interviews with Coaches, and Athletes.
This is not your typical Sports show...its all track heads and junkies!!
..The mic and phones are always open, so call in with your comments and questions to 626-657-2104 or twitter @trackdataguy or @rico2hot
William Tatum had a desire to become a track and field athlete and his teammates said that he could not run because he finished too far back and was holding up the track meet. His mother said, "your uncle was a great Harvard athlete", and that inspired William to become serious about running. He subsequently defeated the juniors and seniors at the annual cross country race in 1950, and became the New England half-mile champion.(880 yards).
He also was a member of the 2-mile American Championship at the Penn
Relays. He participated in the seventh corps championship held in Stuttgart Germany in 1955.
William attended Boston University in the year 1959 and left to form Nuclear Instruments & Accessories Inc. At the time, the U.S. Government was providing Atomic Energy Equipment Grants for $25.000 From 1962 - 1973 William was the President of International Funding Company functioning in Liberia, Sierre Leone, West Africa and the Congo, Kinshasa. From 1974 through 2005 William was the Founder of various companies.
Tatum has been involved in the Diamond Business from 2004 onward and formed the Uncle Goose Society, LLC to promote scholarship funds at his high school. In 2005, William established the Edward Orville Gourdin Company to pay homage to his uncle Gourdin. In 2010, he established the Getty's Address , LLC to provide scholarship funds at high schools throughout America
Guest: Gene Fortino is one of the very best High School Tennis Coaches in NorCal and also the entire U.S. You are sure to be inspired when you hear him talk about his career, and the upcoming Battle of the Bay. Take your younger juniors to see a good high school tennis match!
720 Degree Tennis is hosted by Bill Patton, a 26 year career Tennis Professional certified by both USPTA and PTR. He has been honored to learn from some of the greatest coaches in the world and is reaching out, so that you can get to know them, and learn from them. 720 Degree Tennis also looks out for the little guy, and gives voice to topics in Tennis that affect many of us Tennis Players. Contact Bill at 510-909-3662, @BillPatton720 on Twitter, firstname.lastname@example.org. Find him on the web at 720degreecoaching.org
Bill's lifetime study is in The Brain / Body connection, Psychology, Education, and self discovery. Much of the wisdom from these great coaches has guided that discovery.
Canamex's Bruner Project is located in Nevada which is probably the top gold mining jurisdiction in the world on 500 acres of private land. This means they may have a shorter permitting timeline. Canamex has excellent infrastucture with grid power only 12 miles away and access to a highway. The metallurgy is excellent with high extractions using lower levels of reagents. They have a historical resource which is growing with a recent drill intercept of 57.9 meters of over 5 g/ton. They also have a new discovery on a different part of the property where they hit 110 meter of over 4 g/ton material. Could they be connected with high grade feeder systems? The investment by NYSE listed Hecla and Gold Resource Corp may signal that they feel there may be a good chance. Now with cash in hand Canamex has commenced diamond drilling at Bruner. Over 10k meters of drilling will take place in 2014 following up on the high grade feeder zone in the historic resource and the Penelas East Discovery. The company should have consistent good news flow over the next six months as they are putting $1.75 million into drilling. Eventually all this drilling data will be incorporated into a maiden 43-101 resource. Canamex is a very active junior gold explorer in mining friendly Nevada at a time when many juniors are dormant. It is at these turns in the gold market when the potential winners can be identified. Canamex President and COO Greg Hahn Comments:
"...the 2014 drilling program has the potential to significantly advance our efforts in proceeding to delineate our first National Instrument 43-101 mineral resource estimate on the Bruner gold project." I look forward to the active drilling season for this largely undiscovered junior gold miner in Nevada.
Disclosure: Author owns CNMXF and they are a website sponsor.
The international hockey scene is abuzz with activity, and the Gospel of Hockey returns to address all of it on this week's episode. Co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder welcome USA Hockey expert Chris Peters back to the show to discuss the just-concluded World Junior Championship and the recently-revealed Olympic hockey rosters. What went wrong for the United States junior team this time around? What can they learn from their disappointing finish? As for the Olympics, what type of team is USA Hockey hoping to ice in Sochi? Can the United States be considered a serious contender for a rare gold medal? Matt and Larry ask Chris - editor of United States of Hockey and CBS Sports blogger - these questions and more before digging into their weekly Local Hockey Report.
Martial Arts K.I.C. where kids keep it in control. On 10/12/13 @5pm EST 16 yr old Ody Castillo and 11yr old Justin Labanca will be joing us.
Ody trains under a great and well respected martial artist. He trains under Sensei Jadi Tention. Justin, who is the youngest on the team, trains at Wu Dang Kung Fu and has been training for 3 strong years.
Both of these young martial artists have found the balance between training and going to school like everyone else. Tune in and find out more about these young martial artists and how we make the connection between everyday life and martial arts.
Join hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger, writers for USCHO.com, for USCHO Live! -- our weekly college hockey talk show. Each show features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach and play college hockey and journalists who cover the sport.
Our scheduled guests on the Jan. 7 episode of USCHO Live! are Colgate coach Don Vaughan, whose Raiders tied Minnesota and beat Ferris State to win the Mariucci Classic, and hockey writer Chris Peters on the World Juniors tournament.
Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesdays from 8 to 9 p.m. ET. If you can't listen live, check out the USCHO Live! podcast. Be sure to visit us at USCHO.com.
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