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City of Miami Invitational RECAP & World Championships PREVIEW
Join the PointClickFish.com as we talk to the Bohicket Marina Invitational Billfish Tournament team about their upcoming tournament and Leg 2 of the 2014 South Carolina Governor's Cup Billfishing Series. For more information join us LIVE on the radio and visit http://bohicket.com/events/billfish-invitational/
WATCH THE ACTION LIVE ALL WEEK - June 4 – 7 here http://pcflive.com/bohicket/
May 21 – 24 - 47th Annual Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament
June 4 – 7 - Bohicket Marina Invitational Billfish Tournament
June 18 – 21- Carolina Billfish Classic
July 9 – 12 - MEGADOCK Billfishing Tournament
July 23 – 26 - Edisto Marina Billfish Tournament
$25,000 HR Derby Challenge at the 2014 City of Miami Invitational Tournament as well as other information including:
Upcoming ISPS Tournament Events
2014 ISPS World Championships
in Self Help
SRN Live Remote at the Wills McGahee Celebrity Golf Invitational
This week Big Al and HookSlide talk far too much about Joe Nathan and the bullpen in general, wonder how Jim Leyland would handle the closer situation, complain about All-Star Game coverage and the Home Run Derby, and learn Phil Coke is a really nice guy.
Bless You Boys Podcast 120 was recorded July 20, 2014, has a running time of 60 minutes, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Bad start to the second half: For better or worse, the Detroit Tigers remain streaky as all Hell. They start the second half by losing three straight to the Indians.
Time to replace Joe Nathan? Another bad outing for Nathan in Saturday night's 5-2 loss, giving up three runs in the top of the ninth.
Ausmus not ready for a closer change: When asked about the possibility of demoting Nathan, Ausmus admitted it was a possibility.
"I'm sure there's a possibility I could reach a point sometime. I'm not near that point. I'll let you know when I am."
Bullpen struggles: The bullpen's combined numbers in the first two games of the Cleveland series: Seven innings, eight earned runs, 15 hits, five walks.
Miguel Cabrera's admission: He tried to backtrack after admitting in a Spanish language interview his lower body was still affected by last season's groin injury and resulting surgery.
The Derek Jeter Invitational, aka MLB's All-Star Game: On FOX, it was ALL DEREK JETER, ALL THE DAMN TIME.
The Home Run Derby: It's broken. The derby is too damn long, there's too much Chris Berman, and few true home run hitters take part.
Adventures with Phil Coke: Hookslide and Hookslide Jr. have nothing but good things to say about the Tigers' left-hander.
Today the Rowlett aEagles at 12 noon beat the Potateet Pirates to get to the Consolation Bracket Championship in the Curtis Culwell Invitational game at 6pm CST. Pre-game at 5:30.
Not sure who they will pay as of yet, but we will after the pre-game show. In the pregame show we will review what happened in this tourny.
Join us Thursday, May 8th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk. We'll be airing a special series of short interviews that Jay Whaley recorded at the Kraftwerks Invitational 2014, an annual free event that's hosted at Precious Metals West's foundry in Ontario, California.
Interviews recorded that day include:
Arstist, jeweler, and teacher Jim Grahl of J. Grahl Designs;
Robert Lumabao, the Fine Gold Foundary Supervisor at Precious Metals West;
Helmut and Jackie Fernandez from AMEX Assayers;
Matt Feliksa from Golden Sun Manufacturing on platinum; and
Event host Daniel Ballard from Precious Metals West on Kraftwerks and more!
To learn more about Kraftwerks and Precious Metals West, visit: http://preciousmetalswest.com.
Its been a little while but I'm back. The last two weeks have been hectic but AMAZING. I got to train with the best by the Best Jr Lefevre. I got to embark on something new, an Invitational hosted by myself, Cheryl Murphy's Invitational Shiai, and I competed in an international tournament the US Open.
TONIGHT ON THE TJR-CHAMPS RADAR...WE INTERVIEW USA SPRINTER CURTIS MITCHEL..a quick run thru of the Wesley Powell Invitational in Kingston Jamaica...Golden Cleats Awardees and much more...CALL 626-657-2104
An indepth look with liveley discussion of the Track and Field happenings 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 @tfjr
The Thanksgiving holiday week is not just a week to give thanks and eat good food, but it's also a great week to stuff yourself with college basketball. There were several good holiday basketball tournaments that strectched from coast to coast and all time zones in between.
Bryan and Steve spend part of this podcast recapping the games, teams and players that impressed and depressed against good non-conference competition.
The first week of December means it's time to look at the 16th annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge that always yields good results for basketball fans wanting to see teams from two of the historically best basketball conferences in the country. And last, but certainly not least, our dynamic duo will look back at the best from the month of November in the NBA..
Interact with the show via Twitter (@BTAHoops) or Facebook (Facebook.com/BeyondTheArcPodcast) and share your thoughts and opinions.
Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and Co-Host Hanshi Daniel Vena are proud to present our special guest Peter Lawson to the program.
Peter Lawson, B.B.A. is a martial arts aficionado whose expertise are in the following disciplines: Seido Karate, Sanucus Ryu Jiujitsu and Brazilian Jiujitsu. In addition, Mr. Lawson studies Iaijitsu and Kenjitsu (earning a black belt in both arts) under Soke Cary Nemeroff, and Tuidi Jitsu/Kyushu Jitsu under Sensei Luis Morales. Moreover, he is a student of Gun Defense under Captain Robert Hibbert and is a member of Ollinville’s Practical Shooting Team (U.S.P.S.A.). The preceding describes the eclectic background of Peter Lawson with the common thread of duty, dedication and devotion to excellence – to the arts – the martial arts. The common thread that runs through 5 of the black belts he earned via his 30 years plus experience.
Peter Lawson started his experiential journey in the world of martial arts at the age of 11 years old in Jamaica, West Indies. Under the tutelage of Sensei Errol Lyn, he studied Seido Karate after which he became 2nd Belt Karate Champion of Jamaica in 1982. Eventually, at the tender age of 15 years old, he returned to New York City to attend college. In N.Y.C., World Seido Karate founder Kaicho Tadashi Nakamura promoted Mr. Lawson to his first black belt on October 4, 1987 after a grueling 2 hour sparring session (the final installment of a 2 week test). Later, he earned a 2nd place at the World Seido Karate Invitational Tournament, Middle Weight Division – Black belt. The late great Seido Karate Senior Instructor Master William Oliver trained and greatly influenced Mr. Lawson, especially, at the legendary “WAR” nights (Friday nights).
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