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As schools gets back into full swing, so do Fall sports, a re-broadcast of Sportsmanship and the Practice seems not only appropriate, but also beneficial. Using the ideas of true Sportsmanship in our lives to learn to accept winning and defeat teaches us through experience how to take reasonable risks and realize more of our true potential!
Sportsmanship is a word that is used a lot in sports but really what does it mean? We break it down on the latest edition of The Sports Inboundz.com Show.
"Our children don't need more police, they need more coaches," said many proud observers of the victorious Jackie Robinson West Little League Championship Baseball Team. Ironically, this was not a public school team, but a team put together by volunteer coaches. Many sports programs in public schools have been cut out or slowly died out due to lack of funding, leaving youth idle and frustrated. Sports competition not only burns off energy, it builds qualities such as good sportsmanship, self discipline, teamwork, determination, self pride, and goal setting. A group of 50 coaches have decided to stand up and take back the leadership of their communities by going directly to those involved in gang activites and asking them to stop and instead get involved in wholesome activities as created by these coaches, men who are willing to give time to mentor young men and women through sports.Today they discuss the challenges of reaching out to those who have been disconnected from their families and communities and bringing them back to productive involvement, rather than negative, destructive behavior that leads to imprisonment or death. They discuss the strategies to be laid out at the next meeting, and the upcoming march planned to continue to galvanize the neighborhoods that are weary of gun violence and are willing to get involved in th efforts to end it.
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Join us this week as we have another great show planned for you. This Saturday we welcome for the first time Anthony Gaines from Westchester County. Gaines is a school Social Worker and Head Basketball Coach for Clark Academy in Dobbs Ferry, NY. He has received numerous awards and accolades for instilling and demonstrating hard work, fair play and cohesiveness, team spirit and sportsmanship to at-risk youth who face disappointments, rejection and family abandonment daily in their lives.
Today, he is empowering these youth to be more than what they encounter in their lives. Both Female and male students are appreciating his dedication to their success as they graduate and move on to a higher levels of education, obtain independent housing and start their own families.
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Chris O’Donnell has starred in major movies such as ’Scent of a Woman’, “Three Musketeers” and ‘Batman Forever’, just to name a few. He is currently starring in NCIS: Los Angeles.
But by far his favorite and most important role is that of ‘dad” to his five kids, all of whom play youth sports. Chris knows what it’s like being in the stands watching and cheering on his kids. He’s also witnessed the lack of sportsmanship which has become more and more prevalent in youth sports, oftentimes among parents and coaches.
The actor joins Ask MomRN Show to tell us about a program to bring sportsmanship to the forefront in all youth sports.
We're also talking about Blood Cancer Awareness Month, Multiple Sclerosis, Hereditary Angioedema, the No Kid Hungry campaign with Food Network star Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, Teen Entreprenuership, and a couple of cool contests you can enter with Newman's Own and Doritos.
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
Welcome to the myEcon Sim League Show, where talking trash, sportsmanship, and overall review is promoted by the commisioners. As commisioners of this league we want to bring a brand of football that is unquestionable the best when it comes to Connected Franchise. We work hard to promote integrity, fun, and most of all respect fpr the other coaches. Thisseason the competitions is so fierce, that every game will seem like a playoff game, so be ready and be prepared. Stay Blessed.
With Ray Rice in the women's cross hairs, Is the NFL trying so much to get the women audience that the NFL buckle under these sports terriost? I hear these woman calling for Ray Rice head, But why go after the dept pockets the NFL.,Who's agenda and what message are women sending?.The NFL changes uniforms to get more women watching, You can't celebrate a touchdown dance anymore (because its poor sportsmanship..Are woman destroying this all american game for us guys? Even the beer commercials are changed to get more women to watch football. , plus live phone calls. mvpondemand.com Support Music Relief our sponsors Lorretta New orleans
Join host Scott Burns and special guest FLW PRO Rich Dalbey, The 2014 recipient of the, Forrest L. Wood Sportsmanship and Community Leadership Award.
We will see what technic's helped on the various lakes this tour season for Rich, and round out his year in the FLW. We might even see if Rich will share a few fishing secrets with the fan's.
Great season so far Coaches. We are excited that we are in Wk 13 and a few teams are going to make a solid Playoff push. It will come down to the last games of the Season. To all our new Coaches we welcome you to our Brotherhood/League. Please read the rules and gameplan for each opponent.
Just remember to show sportsmanship to your opponents after each game. We understand sometimes playing Madden can become emotional but know that at the end of the day it's just a video game and find time to relax. Thanks for your participation in making this League rock
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Robin L. Hughes' research focuses on three areas of student and faculty higher educational and sociological issues. First, her research focuses on the development of students who are athletes participating in revenue generating sports. Second, she examines the everyday struggles over difference and inequality for students and faculty of color. Third, her research and service interests are in the area of retention and recruitmentof African American students (more precisely males) in college, their experiences, development, and perceptions about the campus climate.
Dr. Hughes authored Victory Courts: The Story of CoachRobert Hughes and the PVIL I.M. Terrell Flying Panthers. She also co-authored Dismantle This: Deconstructing Policy and Instutionalized 'isms' through Critical Race Theory, and is co-editor and co-founder of the Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education.
Coach Robert L. Hughes has led multiple state championship teams since the 1960's.At the time of his retirement in 2005, Hughes was the national all-time leader in wins amassing 1,333 wins compared to only 264 losses.
Today, Coach Hughes delivers motivational speeches about athleticism, academics, leadership, sportsmanship and discipline -- all skills that should be used both on and off the court.
Tune in to NCEBCTalkRadio to join show hosts, Dr. Eric J. Cooper, National Council on Educating Black Children (NCEBC) Past President and Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters, NUA Director, and Professor, University of St. Thomas.
Ed eats his bowl of crow after swearing up and down that LeBron would not sign with Cleveland. Well, he signed with Cleveland as Fuz predicted. The guys discuss all the changes in the NBA - from Chandler Parson's leaving for Dallas to Chris Bosh & Carmelo Anthony staying with their respective team. The guys will also take one last look at the World Cup, as Ed lawyer's up for Leo Messi and the the attacks against his sense of sportsmanship, while Fuz still mourns the Dutch choking again and Arjen Robben's penchant for flopping. Lastly, the guys tee-off on the MLB All-Star game and Monday's lackluster Home Run Derby.
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