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Having started martial arts at age 3, Cheyanne Vlismas debuted in MMA earlier this year. Have a record of 1-1-1, she is hoping to go above .500 as she will Lisa Anistario in Tampa, FL.
We will talk to Vlismas about making her way in the amateur ranks, and prospects going into 2014.
Former UL Ragin Cajun, Pitchers, Jordan Wallace and Christina Hamilton join TCRS. Wallace earned her 90th career win this season when the Ragin Cajuns defeated Baylor in the Regional Final becoming only the fourth pitcher in program history to reach 90 career wins joining Brooke Mitchell (119), Kyla Hall (104) and Ashley Brignac (94). Wallace was also named NFCA First-Team All-Region and First-Team All-SBC this season. Hamilton's best season was 2014 when she led the team to the Women's College World Series. Hamilton also finished being named NFCA Second-Team All-American, NFCA First-Team All-Region and earned the James J. Corbett Award for the top amateur female athlete in the state of Louisiana. Hamilton was also tabbed as the Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year and an All-Sun Belt First-Team, Louisiana Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Year and an All-Louisiana First Team selection. Jordan Wallace Twitter, Christina Hamilton Twitter.
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The basics of the Independent Living Program . The nuts and bolts. What controls it. Why Bill gets a tractor and why Jim gets something to pull his socks up with and a grab bar next to the crapper. This is VR&E 101 for beginners. Most VR&E employees will steadfastly deny it until you point it out. Even then they think it has to have some magic “vocational”-i.e. of or having to do with working, training or preparing to get work- connotation. This is where they lack training. If you only had one copy of the Bible and the guys up at the monastery were in charge of the production of same, you’d have no idea if a chapter was missing. If no one told you, Mr. GS 8 VR&E Intake specialist in Oz , Kansas, that there was a program for the severely disabled that entailed avocational pursuits (read hobbies), you’d be forgiven. When the guys in charge in Wichita tell you there’s no such thing, you have an agency-wide conspiracy to suppress the true scope of a valuable program.
We’re going to learn how they deny. Why they deny. Where all the money goes that ISN’T used for ILP and the scalawag salaries paid for this travesty of justice. As some know, I am appealing my denial for a greenhouse to the BVA. It could just as easily have been a riding lawnmower, a woodworking shop or a photography suite of software and a computer to assemble beautiful graphic video productions on an amateur scale. The actual pastime is immaterial. The pleasure and mental well-being derived from it is the essence of the program, always has been and is now being demolished as “too rich for our blood.”
Tonight the first hour is all about Vertex Fight Night 4, coming back next Saturday, June 6 to the Wexford Civic Arena in Cadillac, MI. First we'll talk to both competitors in the women's welterweight main event. Lora Ferguson and Jacki Leese. After that we catch up with the promoter and matchmaker, Vicious Vance Swerdan. Add our ACSLIVE.TV mobile app today!!! The second hour switches gears entirely and we bring in Robert Gordon and our producer Jason Mugg to enjoy a "rapid fire" verbal jam session about current events and bewildering topics. Tune in... Turn on... and DROP IN... by clicking on our links, or by calling (347) 857-1024. Brought to you by The Genco Boot Shop of Jackson, MI, Every Victory Earned, Patino Diet, Nutsack Foods, JetBox, Mr. Vaper E-cig of Muskegon, MI and Paul "Mr Wonderful" Orndorff.
Amanda Campbell has been around Hillclimbing her entire life. At the age of three she started racing in hillclimbs. She finished second in the amateur National Championships in the 125cc Class in 2002 and won the Women's Class in 2010. In 2009 she joined her husband in the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in the Pro Sport Class on her CRF450. She became the first female to podium in the pro ranks with a second place finish her first race. Her career accomplishments were two second places in her first season and two third places in her second season. In 2012, she dedicated her efforts to the series by becoming involved in every aspect of the sport, from official duties to managing the Series and events to social media to marketing and to promoting the sport and the Series.
Vinny Nuzzolilli, out of Monson, Massachussetts, started racing 1998 at the age of 4. He joined the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in 2010 at the age of 16. He has accomplished 21 top 3, including 8 career wins. He has won two Unlimited Class National Championships, in 2012 and 2014. He suffered a severe leg fracture in the next to last round in 2013 that put him out of contention for the Championship. As reigning Champion he looks to add to his resume of wins and podiums and go after a third Unlimited Class Championship in 2015. He competes in both the Xtreme Class and Unlimited Class on a CBR 636 and CBR 970 fueled by nitromethane.
Troy Bayliss will be calling in to discuss his experience at the IMDA Springfield Mile. We look forward to hearing his thoughts about the race, the fans and his fellow competitors. Was it what he expected? We find out in this episode of Talking Motorcycles powered by SOZO!
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New Brunswick's MIKE LEBLANC brought his traditional country sound to the Cadillac Lounge this spring as part of Canadian Music Week. He played songs off his album Alive And Well.
Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Mike moved at a young age - along with his family - to a small town called Collette, NB. Growing up, there was always music playing in the house or people jamming with their guitars and other instruments. Mike's first public appearance was at 7 years old in church. He didn't know he could sing back then but his teacher knew right away.
At 15, Mike entered a local singing contest and took everyone by surprise with his covers of songs by Randy Travis. From that point on, he was frequently asked to do amateur shows and house parties. When he reached the age of 17, he joined his first band and played all over the province and into the U.S. In 1999, he packed his instruments and his clothes and headed towards Calgary, Alberta to see what the music industry had to offer there. He was hired by a band called Uptown Riders three days upon his arrival to the big city. The band toured all over Western Canada for a few years.
In 2011, Mike's songwriting went into high gear. In this period, he wrote songs such as "When I'm Good" and "We Lived On" which were the first songs to be created for the album Alive and Well. His influences range from George Jones to Merle Haggard to Waylon Jennings to Travis Tritt. You can hear those influences in the way he sings a country song.
My guest for 05/27/15 is Erin Burch.
Erin Burch, AKA The Body Whisperer, is a Masterful Bodyworker, excelling at unravelling pain and pain patterns that undermine the optimal performance of your body. For over three decades, she has been transforming people’s bodies through a deep, inside-out, intuitive understanding of how your body works best.
Erin has worked with top Hollywood A-listers, rock icons, professional and amateur athletes, (including runners, bikers, basketball players, golfers and tennis players).
Erin works with people of all ages from teens to seniors, creating bodies that grow younger with increased chronological age, and bodies that are increasingly painfree and fluid. Her signature system for creating a timeless and enduring, painless body is unparalleled and promises relief and high performance.
Erin Burch has also applied her unique system to bullied youths who want to develop more confidence, golfers and tennis players who are looking for higher performance, TMJ patients who suffer from a myriad of symptoms, and postnatal moms who want to get their body back.
Please join us for a conversation about what is really possible in terms of changing your body, what gets in the way of healing, and the number one thing you can do for yourself.
Listen in tonight to all of our usual anticts. We will be joined by a very interesting guest. Jill Morley is currently an amateur boxer she has also en volved herself with writting movies and has recently stared in a few. Later we will talk NHL Playoffs and past pro boxing matches. This is going to be a great show that you do not want to miss.
We have the joy of bringing to you Mike Phillips today to discuss planetary imaging techniques. Mike has been an amateur astronomer for many years, and is quite accomplished for his planetary imaging and even his deep-sky work. In addition to imaging, he was instrumental in launching the Google+ Hangout series called Virtual Star Parties with Fraser Cain (Universe Today Editor) a few years back. You can see Mike, and the Newtonian telescope he BUILT here on the official video that Google used to promote their Hangouts feature for Google+. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Agrdjd0nyFo
So get your pencils and notebooks ready gang to learn some great stuff on this special episode of At The Eyepiece!
First up will be professional heavweight Tim “Fatboy” Dunn (2-4), who is set to take on Jason Riley (9-7) in the co-main event at this weekend’s IT Fight Series 33 event in Columbus, Ohio.
The second guest of the night will be Lucas Ransbottom (0-0, 5-0 am) who makes his pro debut against Matt Brown (0-1) at IT Fight Series 33 this weekend.
Then David McKinney and guest co-host Aaron Garrett will chat with amateur flyweight fighter AJ Wilkins (1-0), who was impressive in his debut win this past weekend at
On 5.20.15, Wednesday. The DuCross Brothers bring to you another edition of The Sports Warriors. On the show the brothers will be breaking down the fallout from Bellator 137: Hasley vs Grove and what's to come from the fighters on the card. Can't forget UFC FN 66 went from all the way from Manila.
In other news we have a little amateur MMA talk this week as we are approaching ArchangelMMA going down on May 23rd and a look into UFC 187, which will probably go down as the biggest PPV this year for UFC and The Sports Warriors will tell you why. The world of MMA lost a fighter that wasn't short of what was real and what was it? Plus much more.
The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 eastern and can be found right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com Round one of the 2015 Rockstar Energy Drink Nationals kicks off in 10 days and on tonights show we will set that up.
We also continue our Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur national profile tonight with Marcus Deausy. KTM Canada continues to present their great new segment on tonights show with Nathan Bles & Max Day.
The Future West South Series resumes this weekend in Williams Lake BC and we will hear from Canadian National number 49 Brock Hoyer. Brock will be lined up in Williams Lake as well as the Nationals in Kamloops and is also hosting a Motocross school this Friday in Williams Lake
'Lockharts Locker' a new segment here featuring Ryan Lockhart to get the listeners up to speed on many things going on this country and beyond may or may not begin on tonights show. The Show will be headed up to Dawson Creek for the Peace Motocross associations race this weekend and we will hear from Reed Lepine of that club.
Our Great Show giveaways continue tonight on behalf of Motocross Performance Magazine Ryno Power and 2UNDER. Tonight we will make the draw for the Go Pro Hero 4 Silver edition as well as have a Ride 100% goggles up for grabs along with some 2UNDER and a Ryno Power T' Shirt. Be ready to call in to win when the gate drops on giveaways at 1-347-677-0979
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