When was the last time you crammed for an exam? Why didn't you keep up all year long, studied a bit every day, so you would just have to review
Steven Bradbury – Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics
With the Vancouver 2010 Olympics approaching, this has to be one of my best memories of any winter Olympics. Steven Bradbury of Australia is most
Lolo Jones Wrong Spikes Cost her Olympic Gold?
Having a biomechanical test on your running stride is like taking a life expectancy test. Do you really want to know the results? What if your
3 Rounds for Track Events – What does it mean?
Interesting article from the IAAF Council Meeting notes, Monaco – 20 November, 2009. It states under the TRACK EVENTS: No more than three
San Jose State University – The Tommie Smith John Carlos Statue
This is part 1 of 2 from my recent visit to the Bay Area, California A trip to Silicon Valley wouldn’t be complete without a visit to San José State
4×100 Meter and 4×110 Yard Relay Trivia
Here is some history of the 4 x 100 meter world record progression. The first time the 40 second barrier was broken was in 1936 Berlin Olympics with
Loyalty & Patriotism, Who do you Root for?
I often wondered… What happens when you coach International athletes? Who do you root for? Your own country, or your own athletes? Going
It was 20 Years Ago Today when the Berlin Wall was Torn Down
When did the Berlin Wall get knocked down? The Wall was finally breached by Berliners on November 9, 1989, unifying a city that had been divided for
Another 1968 Olympic Book by Richard Hoffer, Journalist
When you think of the Political Olympics, you immediately think of 1936 & 1972. Some may include 1968 “up there” in the ranks. While