"The best way to have a good time and get the most out of it, is to really just listen and take everything as its weight in gold, you know?"
This is the 52nd installment of Seven Minutes. It's a series of interviews with college wrestling's top stars. Most of the question-and-answer sessions last roughly seven minutes. Hence the name.
With continued success of the professional teams, and aggressive marketing at the grassroots level, California has plenty of reasons to be optimistic about its youth hockey future.
“We promote having fun and socializing and I think that has a lot to do with clicking and being successful on the ice,” The Other Team captain John Emery said. “But even if we’re not, we’re still having fun, and it’s not the end of the world.”
Two bocce ball Special Olympians from Douglas County, who gave up their gold medals to the team that actually deserved to win them, will be honored for their sportsmanship at the Musial Awards in St. Louis.
Featured speaker Tiffany Hendricksen of Tigard Lacrosse shared her success stories handling club's communication and registration channels
Lee Hitchen of Nowland Premier Soccer Academy and Beth Jung of Mt. Rainier Futbol Club talk about tactics that organizations can use to set themselves apart.
Bay Area's Carl Rendell combines his tech skills and coaching background to develop array of time-saving applications
World champion sailor Joel Ronning in tune with his crew, Mother Nature during mind-boggling run of success
Webmaster Beth Jung follows the lead of her three kids, becomes fixture with Mt. Rainier FC
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