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  • 01:31

    The Back Nine Report presented by eDraft.com

    in Sports

    Regular co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres are out this week, but do not dispair, we have the best backups in the business. We are bringing back one of your favorites, our European Guru Kieran Clark and for the first time in the show, the one and only Chef Bob Riccioli will fill-in for them and you will love to hear their unique take, insights and analysis on the latest newsfrom the world of golf.


    On The Weekend Backspin, they will recap Davis Love III finding the Fountain of Youth and winning the Wyndham Championship at the tender age of 52, while Tiger Woods ran out of gas; Lydia Ko certainly feels at home in Canada, she won the Canadian Pacific Women's Open for the third time in the last four years; David Horsey won the Made in Denmark, Billy Andrade the Boeing Classic and Bryson DeChambeau the US Amateur.


    The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, will bring cover the Solheim Cup and Walker Cup Teams being finalized; the PGA of America will recognize Deane Beman; Gary Player to captain South Africa Olympic Golf Team; A 420 Marijuana Golf Tourney? and Ernie Els Payne Stewart Award Win & opens new Autism Center.


    At The Practice Range, they will take their shots at the upcoming FedEx Cup, who's in? who's out? what to expect? who will win it? Plus our Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week is Bill Poirier, Managing Partner of United Golf Network & President of Kingdom.golf LLC; serving golfers and clients for His Kingdom.

  • Sports Taken Out Of Elementary School! How Will It Affect Our Children?

    in Women

    Sports for children is more than recreation. It's physical health maintenance. In many schools across the country, when it comes to cutting programs in order to balance the budget for elementary schools, many school boards have elected to eliminate sports programs. These decisions are never made for the affluent elementary schools, those schools with complete track and field facilities, gymnastics equipment, Olympic size pools and even skating rinks for their students to master ice skating. These decisions are only made for the inner city, urban (in other words predominantly African American and Latino) schools. Chicago peace activist and youth advocate Coach Ernest Radcliff discusses the impact of cutting sports programs for youth in public schools and how parents can fight back.


     


     


     

  • 00:10

    Steve Hatchell National Football Foundation on SALRadio

    in News

    Special Edition of Sons of the American Legion Radio Report:


    In January 2005, Steven J. Hatchell became President and Chief Executive Officer of The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame, Inc. 


    As president & CEO, Steve oversees a nationwide organization with 121 chapters in 47 states with more than 12,000 members who host more than 1,000 local annual events. His leadership has played a critical role in the opening of the state-of-the-art $68.5 million College Football Hall of Fame in the heart of Atlanta.  Steve served as the first commissioner of the Big 12 Conference in Dallas, an entity he helped establish in 1995 after serving as the last commissioner of the Southwest Conference from 1993-95. From 1987-93, Steve headed the Orange Bowl as its executive director.  Steve was director of sports information for the University of Colorado from 1972-76. He left CU to become SID at Colorado State.


    Steve has also served on several U.S. Olympic Committee boards and as part of the staff for three Olympic games. Steve graduated with a journalism degree in 1970 from the University of Colorado.  


    More about the National Football Foundation at: http://www.footballfoundation.com/


    Kenneth G. Kraetzer is executive director of Sons of the American Legion Radio, which since 2007 has conducted weekly reports on veterans, the active military, and college sports with coverage provided of Army West Point football since 2009.  SALRadio is part of Squadron 135, White Plains, NY of the Sons of the American Legion, a member of the The American Legion, the world's largest veterans organization. Weekly reports are provided on WVOX 1460 AM New Rochelle, NY. kgk914@aol.com @SonslegionRadio

  • 00:18

    Kobe Bryant: Will He Play More Than One More Year?

    in Basketball

    Once upon a time, Jason Kidd's son, T.J., dressed up as Brian Scalabrine for Halloween. This was back when T.J. was smallish, the Jason-Joumana marriage was rock solid, and the Nets played in the dreary confines of the Meadowlands, where T.J. had his own locker.


    I only got to make a brief reference to that small piece of Scalabrine history this morning in an interview on Sirius-XM NBA radio, partly because Scalabrine was busy predicting that Kobe Bryant will shoot 37 percent this season for a Lakers team that will not make the playoffs.


    As for whether this will be Kobe's last season, Scals and I had a little disagreement.


    He believes Kobe will take a subjugated role on a 2016-17 Lakers team that could add a pair of max free agents.


    I believe Kobe is too much of a diva to come off the bench as an 18-minute per night player ... but that does not mean I believe this season will be Kobe's final one. (That will be determined by the level he is playing at.)


    (RELATED: VOTE ON WHETHER YOU BELIEVE THIS WILL BE KOBE BRYANT'S FINAL SEASON)


    As I reported last week from Las Vegas, there is a possibility that Kobe makes his swan song as a member of the U.S. Olympic team, ending his career atop the gold medal podium in Rio.


    Speaking of the Olympics, that also came up for discussion in our interview. There are going to be four teams from the FIBA-Americas region, which will account for one-third of the field. Why won't the IOC expand from 12 teams with so many worthy candidates out there who could boost the caliber of the competition? 


    That answer, plus much more, in this podcast with Scalabrine & Jonathan Hood.

  • 00:59

    Monster X Radio: Bigfoot Update!

    in Science

    Join Monster X hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they discuss the latest happenings in the world of Bigfooting.  Gunnar hikes into the Oregon Coast Range, Peter Byrne turns 90 and much more!


    Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. A past investigator with the BFRO, he is the Lead Investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Project (T.F.R.G.) as well as a member of The Olympic Project and Bigfootology. He is also the founder of The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.SquatchCoffee.com)

    A native of Scotland, Shane has had an interest in Cryptids since his youth. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove head first into the subject of Bigfoot. Shane had a sighting in the Mt, Hood National Forest in 2011 which only deepened his passion in his pursuit. He is a core team member of both the T.F.R.G. as well as The Olympic Project (www.OlympicProject.com). He is also a member of Bigfootology.

  • 00:30

    SRWM ~ Coby Miller

    in Blogs

    Coby Miller ~ Olympic Medalist


    Coby Miller (born October 19, 1976 in Ackerman, Mississippi) is an American track and field athlete, who specializes in the sprint events. In his career he recorded a sub-10 second personal best in the 100 meters and a sub-20 second best in the 200 meters. 


    2015 Hall Of Fame Inductee2-time USA Olympian/Olympic Silver Medalist/World Cup Gold Medalist/ World University Games Gold Medalist/Nike Athlete/Fitness-Weight Loss Coach/Fitness Advocate/Sport Performance Coach/ Motivational Speaker!


    Join the Journey as we share with Coby Miller August 19, 2015 on "So Real With Madelyn" Blog Radio Show!


    Call In: (347) 326 9924


    or Conference Call (712) 775 7085  Access Code: 479358#

  • 00:56

    The Thomas Loop Radio Show on WJJL-1440AM - Larry Rawson - 8/19/2015

    in Sports

    The Voice of Track & Field, Larry Rawson - is featured on today's broadcast of The Thomas Loop Radio Show.  His credentials are below - 


    COLLEGE AND MILITARY.


    Boston College. Graduated with a major in marketing and minor in finance. Ran 4.07 for the mile. Inducted into the BC Athletic Hall of Fame (1984).


    Lieutenant, United States Marine Corps. Intelligence and artillery officer, and served in combat in Vietnam as artillery forward observer. All-Marine track & field champion. Competed internationally representing the USA.


     


    TRACK & FIELD AND MARATHON RADIO AND TV BROADCASTING CAREER


    1980 to present. Commentator for ESPN-TV for track & field and marathons since the inception of the network. Also have worked for most of the other major TV networks. Commentator for 4 World Championships and 7 summer Olympic Games in track & field. Commentator for 38 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships for ESPN and CBS. International and national co-host for television for Chicago, New York and Boston marathons (up to 35 yrs).


     


    AWARDS


    Two-time national and 2-time regional Emmy award winner for track and field and sports journalism commentary, for ESPN and Madison Square Garden network.

  • 00:34

    Don't change the Dream. Change the Plan.

    in Motivation

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Author and Tri-Athlete, Gregory Berge for "Don't Change the Dream. Change the Plan," Tuesday, August 18th at 6:30pm EST.


    About Gregory Berge:


    THEY SAY THAT GREAT ATHLETES NEVER GIVE UP.  BUT FOR GREGORY, GIVING UP HIS MEDICAL CAREER MARKED THE BEGINNING OF HIS ATHLETIC DREAMS.


    Born in 1978, Gregory grew up dreaming to become a professional sportsman.  21 years later, he stopped growing and also stopped dreaming because he’s having his 3rd ACL surgery in 4 years.


    That’s how he decides to devote his energy to school and enroll in a 6 year osteopathic course in Marseille, France. Ten years later in Japan, he becomes the first foreign osteopath ever registered in Japan.


    Between 2011 and 2013, he works as an English teacher, as a dish-washer in a restaurant, as a cook in a Japanese restaurant, in a Mc Donald’s, as a janitor, a translator and finally discovers interpreting. 


    Gregory’s behaviour, energy and stress level are at the exact opposite of what he experienced as an osteopath. He writes his first book “How to find your soul job”.


    On September 4th of 2013, the International Olympic Committee announces Tokyo as the host of the 2020 Olympic games.  Gregory sees this as the sign that it's time to give one more chance to his childhood dream. 


    This is how he starts triathlon with the 2020 Olympic games as his only goal. In 2014, he finishes 25th at the Nationals. In 2015, he is selected in the age-group French National team. 


    The dream is alive.

  • 02:00

    Grading Winston and Mariota's Preseason Debut

    in Sports

    Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!


    On this week's episode we'll talk about the first preseason games for Jamesis Winston and Marcus Mariota...James Harrison strips his sons of their participation trophies and sparks a national debate...Clemson football banned from social media...Kobe wants to make the Olympic team...RG3 thinks he is the best QB in the NFL...Tebow's chances to find a spot in Philly...and much more!


    WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our youtube channel (www.youtube.com/deadendsports). Check out our website deadendsports.com . Follow the show on twitter: @deadendsports as well as the Dead End Sports crew...Feefo - @feefo247 , Beezy - @beezy430 , Ken - @kbinge , & 12kyle - @12kyle


    You can listen online (www.blogtalkradio.com/deadendsports) or via phone (646)478-0356. Press #1 if you want to speak to the host

  • 00:23

    Indy Power Rankings Reveal: Saint Louis Anarchy CIRCUS MAXIMUS 2015 Hype Central

    in Wrestling

    Stage One: Friday August 21st
    Stage Two: Saturday August 22nd
    Live from Spaulding Hall Club in Alton IL (402 E 4th Street)
    Doors Open at 6:30pm, Shows Start at 7:00pm
    Tickets (PER NIGHT):
    Front row: $15, Second Row. $12. General Admission. $10 in advance all tickets are $15 at the door

    STAGE ONE MATCHES SIGNED:

    Main Event Trios Action: Team Anarchy: Davey Vega, Mat Fitchett, Angleus Layne vs. Team BOSS w/Dorian Victor and Greg Jovi: Gary Jay, Christian Rose, Jeremy Wyatt 

    Tag Team Titles on the Line: The Hooligans (c) vs. The Cause (Mr. Adams, Mr. Everett)
    Zakk Sawyers vs. Tommaso Ciampa
    Grudge Match: Alex Castle vs. Matt Cage 
    Jo Jo Bravo vs. PACO
    Steve O Reno vs. Mikey Mcfinnigan
    Viking War Party vs. The Cause (Mr. Gelistico/Mr. Raw)
    BOSS vs. Anarchy: Bolt Brady w/Greg Jovi vs. Ricky Starks 
    STAGE TWO MATCHES SIGNED:

    Saint Louis Anarchy Championship Match (NO TIME LIMIT) Gary Jay (c)w/Dorian Victor vs. "Ace of Anarchy" Davey Vega 
    Mat Fitchett vs. Former ECW/WWE Star LITTLE GUIDO 
    Christian Rose vs. Tommaso Ciampa 
    Matt Cage vs. Zakk Sawyers
    Sugar Dunkerton vs. Steve O Reno


    TALENT SIGNED FOR CM WEEKEND:
    Saint Louis Anarchy Champion: Gary Jay 
    Saint Louis Anarchy Tag Champions: The Hooligans 
    Davey Vega 
    Mat Fitchett 
    Tommaso Ciampa 
    Jo Jo Bravo
    Christian Rose 
    Matt Cage 
    Angelus Layne
    Viking War Party 
    Sugar Dunkerton 
    Ricky Starks 
    The Cause: Mr. Gelistico, Mr. Raw, Mr. Adams, Mr. Everett 
    Zakk Sawyers 
    Mikey Mcfinnigan 
    Jeremy Wyatt 
    Steve O Reno 
    Bolt Brady (stage one)
    PACO (stage one)
    Donovan Danhausen 

    MATCHES AND MORE TALENT TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER!!

  • On being an elite QB and why Robert Griffin III isn't totally crazy

    in Football

    On this edition of The Versus Podcast, Bonta and Eddie hop in the studio to discuss why Robert Griffin III's statement of being the "best quarterback in the NFL" isn't quite as crazy as it sounds. Here's a hint, it involves Joe Flacco and Eli Manning. 


    Plus, we talk about John Wall's admission that he believes he has no shot in making the 2016 Team USA Basketball Olympic team. Should Steph Curry, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving and Russell Westbrook all deserve a roster spot above Wall? Are there politics involved?