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During the 2012 Olympic Games Leo Manzano shattered a 44 year drought for Team USA in the 1500 meter event, earning a Silver medal with a blazing fast attack in the final 100 meters. Listen as host Richard Diaz helps Leo re-live his amazing accomplishments.
Leo Manzano earned a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games at 1500 meters (3:34.79); he is the first and only American to do so since Jim Ryun's silver in Mexico City 1968. He won his first USA Outdoor 1500 meter title at the 2012 Olympic Trials, earning his second berth on a U.S. Olympic team.
Join JT LIVE along with Juana Wooldridge the "First Lady" of sports and P. Coop the "Bull Dogg" of sports, as we bring you the Hottest Sports Show on the NET! Today's Show: It's "Show Time" in LA! Dwight Howard to the Lakers!!! Plus, the fastest man on earth Usain Bolt rips former Olympic Gold medalist Carl Lewis Are You Ready For Some Football? This show we will break down the NFC Central. You Don't Want To Miss This Show!! Follow us on twitter@r
Jamaica Usain Bolt won his second straight Olympic gold medal in the men’s 100 meters today , crossing the line in an Olympic-record 9.63 seconds. This is a wonderful gift to the people of Jamaica in honor of the 50th celebration of Jamaica’s independence Like United States Carl Lewis, Bolt is only the second man to go back-to-back in track’s biggest race.Fellow Jamaican, Yohan Blake, finished second in 9.75. American Justin Gatlin took bronze in 9.79.Bolt
I would like to address the accusations being flung at OAS & Steve Markwell. It goes much deeper then just some bad photos & dogs living in cages. I have written about 9 stories to help people understand but instead of "getting it" it just seems to confuse people even more. I will try this venue to see if I can get my point across some other way.
Saturday 10-19-13 ww.beentheredonethatshow.com talk with Bill Schuffenhauer Olympic Bobsled Silver Medal in 2002 Join us from 6pm mst (646) 200-0112 with questions or comments for our host. Also join us on skype marshasabc
part of the Olympic Project since 2011, has spent time with and been taught research skills by , Bob Gimlin, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Dr. Bindernagel, Cliff Barackman, Bobo, David Ellis, Paul Graves, Rich Germeau, and Derek Randles, just to name a few. She is an explorer, outdoor enthusiast, and has been trained to do camera setup and deployment, foot print casting, outdoor survival, and DNA collecting.. She became involved in research after hearing of Derek Randles, and Rich Germeaus encounters..
I was born and raised in Medicine Hat Alberta in 1959. Grew up on the prairies riding horses, shooting gophers (ground squirrels) with a pellet gun. Later on my Dad taught me the ways of big game hunting and Big horn sheep hunting at age 13. I have taken studies on Animal sciences, pre cursor to Vet. Assistant. Also other biological aspects such as currently, microscopic hair analysis working with equipment at home. Raised,trained Quarter horse Paints and Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs a passion for animals is my home..Had gotten involved with the quandry of “What is a Sasquatch” after a unexplainable very personal encounter. Because this held me with uncertain fear ,those “I must know” feelings need to be answered.
He is an Olympic Gold Medalist, philanthropist, and national hero! World class swimmer Cullen Jones joins Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 7:30 pm EST to discuss his personal inspirations and phenomenal athletic career! Join the conversation to learn what drives his lifelong passion to cultivate a new generation of swimmers. You do not want to miss this dynamic interview!
As Baba Wesley Gray traines for his 15 New York Cith Marathon in 2014, he shares with us the and exciting elements of this years auspicious race.
"The New York City Marathon returned after a one-year absence with big crowds, heightened security and a familiar champion. Geoffrey Mutai successfully defended his title Sunday, 11/3/13, while fellow Kenyan Priscah Jeptoo came from behind to win the women's race. Brons resident Buzunesh Deba finished runner-up for the secound straight time in her hometown event.
Fans again packed the 26.2 mile course, undaunted by the events of the past year. The 2012 NYC Marathon was canceled because of the devastation of Superstorm Sandy, but not before many New Yorkers were enraged by initial plans to hold the race.
After the bombings at April's Boston Marathon, bomb-sniffing dogs roamed the course, and barricades limited access points to Central Park. A record of 50,740 runners started the race through the five boroughs.
Mutai, pulled away around Mile 22 and beat Ethiopia's Tsegaye Kebede by 52 seconds. On a windy morning, Mutai's time of 2 hours, 8 minutes, 24 seconds was well off his course record of 2.05:06 set in nearly perfect conditions two years ago. He is the first man to repeat in New York since Kenya's John Kagwe in 1997-98. Kebede, the london Marathon champ, clinched the $500,000 bonus for the World Marathon Majors title. Priscah Jeptoo, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist and 2013 London Marathon Champ won in 2:25:07 to clinch the $500,000 World Marathon Majors bonus."
Meghan Barr, Michael Casey and Vernea Dobnik contributed to this report.
MyFixitUpLife talks to the pros about how to make a difference at home and in your community. On this episode of MyFixitUpLife we're talking about volunteering and how skilled tradespeople make a difference.
DIY Network's 'Cool Tools' host Grundy talks volunteer projects, Rebuilding Together, his newest tool innovation ideas, and the biggest tool he's ever used when we bolt him down with the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) inside the Remodeling Show in Chicago.
We talk Tradesperson of the Year with Rebuilding Together CEO Charley Shimanski. And we go inside the remodeling industry to talk trends in remodeling when we talk with Lowe's, National Association of Home Builders' Bill Shaw and National Association of the Remodeling Industry's Chris Wright.
Home improvement experts Mike Sloggatt and Peter Heard talk everything from home improvement tips, how to provide excellent customer service, and making a difference.
When you make a difference, it has a funny way of paying back---with interest. And the payback for lots of volunteers is picked up new skills while doing projects and helping people. Plus, the biggest payback is a better world.&l
Born 1952 Pullman, Washington Raised in Western Washington From Grays Harbor to Clark County ( The wet side of the State)
Grandfather told me a personal story about an incident, on his farm, involving a 5' tall Monkey in the Late 1950's
Had my first Bigfoot encounter in 1963
1963 Shared that encounter during a show and tell in a 5th grade Library class. Librarian pulled me aside and said I must read Ivan Sanderson's book, Abominable Snowmen: Legend come to life. It was published in 1961. That Librarian must have known something personally about the subject, I am thankful she did.
1968 Interest faded until Argosy Magazine broke the Patterson Gimlin Film story, Also written by Ivan Sanderson. I still have the original February 1968 edition of the Argos magazine. Also digitized each page of the article.
1972,73 Worked Summers for the Forest Service cutting trail around the Mount St Helens area before the mountain blew. Had a couple of interesting things happen.
Bigfoot hiatus during the 80's and early 90's raising family and part owner of a business venture.
Mid 90's internet forums on Bigfoot caught my attention and I followed bigfooters chasing the illusive creature.
2006 became a BFRO field investigator. Met and investigated reported incidents. Took my wife on an expedition, she saw eye shine of a very large and tall Hominid.
Join us Sunday Night 9 pm eastern 6 pm pacific for a conversation with David Ellis.