• 01:34

    The Sports Inboundz.com Show: What is Sportsmanship?

    in Sports

    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.

  • 00:07

    Messiah Community Radio Talk Show

    in Religion

    Our special guest is Tim Smyczek who is currently the 80th ranked tennis player in the world. He made international news when he showed incredible sportsmanship in the final set of his second round match with Rafael Nadal at the 2015 Australian Open. Learn what his faith in Christ means to him and the true meaning of sportsmanship. We spoke after one of his matches at the 2015 Delray Beach Open.  

  • 02:02

    Jackie Robinson West Still Our Champs! Supporters Fight To Restore The Title

    in Women

    The supporters of The Jackie Robinson West League Team are fighting for the return of the championship title, based on unfair behavior of the adults involved in seeking a means to disqualify the children based on boundaries unknown to the children or their parents. Issues of racial discrimination in funding of park district and school sports programs in African American communities have arisen. Chris Janes, Vice President of the Evergreen Park Athletic Association and coach of the Evergreen Park team that lost 43-2 to JRW, checked parents license plates, utility bills and voter registration records trying to find some type of impropriety. What's wrong with that behavior? What is it teaching our children regarding maturity, integrity, losing with grace and displaying good sportsmanship? Contrary to the public accusations, no boundaries were defined for the parents whose children played on the team. What should be done to restore the dignity and respect to the team, the parents and the coaches?

  • 02:01

    Is Jackie Robinson West Being Robbed of its National Little League Championship?

    in Women

     Many people are outraged at the decision of the International Little League organization to strip Jackie Robinson West of its National Championship title based on allegations that the team violated rules related to the boundaries in which team members should live. This decision came at the incessant urging of Chris Janes, Vice President of the Evergreen Park Athletic Association, who charged that a JRW team member lived in a suburb of Chicago and was not an inner city resident. Chris Janes is Coach of the Evergreen Park Little League Team, which suffered a humiliating loss of 43-2 against JRW during the Sectional Playoffs, and of course JRW went on to compete for and win the National Championship. So, are we seeing, according to Chris Janes' accusation, a team that deliberately schemed, lied and cheated to get to the top? Or are we seeing, according to JRW supporters, an immature adult who is lacking in good sportsmanship and is unable to graciously accept defeat? Is the Jackie Robinson West team being robbed of its rightfully earned National Little League Championship Title? Will this case end up in court? What do you think should happen?



  • 00:33

    Let's Talk Football

    in Self Help

    The super bowl was last Sunday and while we were watching a game. A game is being played on us. While we like to believe that everybody is a good sport and show good sportsmanship. Are the people behind the scenes concerned about that at all? You have a billion dollar sport, per year. All you are concerned about is filling the seats in the stadiums and in their homes, to watch two teams try to kill each other. Notice I did not say, to watch two teams play and may the best team win. At the end of the day, it does not matter who wins on the field. It is who controls everything off the field, is the one that's winning.

    We all know that most of the time the best does not make it to the last show. But, they have fed you this any given sunday and underdog malarkey. You are caught up emotionally behind teams who do not have your best interest in mind. An old man told me once before. He never bets on a team unless he is playing, his sons, or he can control the outcome of the game. That last part stuck with me and I started to notice how some of the outcomes, did not make sense. As I grew older and started to understand that it is a business first. I was no longer young and naive. They are in business to make money and ratings is money. I hoped you popped your popcorn, cracked open a beer, and soaked up some of that GAME.


  • 01:01

    720 Degree Tennis - Paul Goldstein - Stanford 4 Time Champ - ATP Success

    in Sports

    Paul Goldstein - Head Coach - Stanford University


    Head Coach Stanford University

    3 time Kalamazoo winner as a junior - 1992-1994

    4 time NCAA team champion at Stanford - 1st time that had ever been done. 1995-1998

    Overall team record while at Stanford - 104-6. 1995-1998

    1st ever two time recipient of the Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship and Leadership Award (NCAA) - 1997-1998

    Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award winner - 1997

    10 year professional tennis career

    Career high rankings of #58 in singles and #40 in doubles

    Semifinals of 2005 US Open in doubles

    Wins include Novak Djokovic, James Blake, Patrick Rafter, Greg Rusedski, MArdy Fish, Alex Corretja, Lleyton Hewitt


    Sponsors: Baron Fig, Bones Original USA, Pacific Racquets

    Bill Patton is “The Most Inquisitive Tennis Pro in the World.” and if you think it might be you, Bill says “Why do you say that?” So that he can go ahead by one point.  Bill is a 26 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He is a USPTA Elite / PTR / MTM Tennis Professional.  Bill still does some private and high school coaching but now has shifted his focus to Writing, and Tennis Products that make the game better for others.  Bill's Amazon Book Page. You can follow Bill on Twitter,  Facebook, and WordPress


  • 00:16

    NFL Draft Podcast featuring Rodney Nichols, Benedictine, CB

    in Football


    Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte with special guest Rodney Nichols of Benedictine. 

    After a strong senior season, Benedictine University defensive back Rodney Nichols has been selected for the fifth annual National Bowl, a post-season all-star game consisting of student-athletes from Division II, Division III, and NAIA schools. The game will take place at 9:00 a.m. central time on Sunday, December 7 (10:00 a.m. eastern) at Ocean Bank Field in Miami, Florida on the campus of Florida International University.
    A two-year starter at cornerback, Nichols was a key member of a BenU defense that led the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference in pass defense (147.1 yards per game) this season. An All-NACC Second Team selection, the South Carolina native tallied 47 tackles, four tackles for loss, a forced fumble, five pass breakups, and four interceptions. Three of the four interceptions came in consecutive games, with one of those being returned 54 yards for a touchdown against Concordia University Wisconsin. In his two-year BenU career, Nichols intercepted seven passes and tallied 15 pass deflections. On top of this year's All-NACC honor, Nichols was named All-Sportsmanship by the conference last season.

  • 01:08

    Q&A: Anarchism's Case Against Government, Sports, Sleeping Around, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on anarchism's case against government, the value of sportsmanship, sleeping around, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: Does the government monopoly on the use of force violate rights? 

    Question 2: What is the meaning and value of sportsmanship? 

    Question 3: Why would anyone even want to sleep around? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 02:02

    Coaches And Leaders In Action Bring A New Approach To Stopping The Violence

    in Women

    "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. 

  • 01:16

    Voices of Hope with Minister Kim, Family & Friends

    in Self Help

    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.   

    Call in  347-857-1295 or email us at www.themorningglory.org with your comments


  • 01:01

    Ask MomRN Show: Actor Chris O'Donnell on Youth Sports, Blood Cancer Awareness

    in Family

    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.

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