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The Kronk Gym in Detroit, Michigan is a legendary boxing institution. As a beacon of hope in a tough part of a tough city, there was bound to be trouble now and again.
On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, Patrick Connor and Aris Pina remember a trio of the Kronk Gym's troublesome fighters from the 1980s.
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In this special episode of Frankly Speaking, Frank is joined by four top turfgrass diagnosticians from across the USA. Our Northeast correspondent Rich Buckley from Rutgers University, From the ACC we have Lee Butler at NC State, from the Midwest I chat with Kurt Hockenmeyer from UW Madison, and Emily Braithwaite from Oregon State University in the PNW.
These experts provide insights into Spring diseases, insects and nematode issues. Discussion from Pythium root rot and summer patch to Spring dead spot and Ascochyta leaf spot. It’s a plethora of pests and stresses!
Hosts Eric Balkman and Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship (KFFSC) commish Ferrell Elliott interview Shane Wingard, a four-time league champion in the FFPC Main Event and Footballguys Players Championship. They break down the most-owned players for Wingard in the 2022 Footballguys Players Championship and discuss his approach to winning a million dollars in the 2022 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) Main Event. Plus, they'll analyze the latest ADP in the 2022 FFPC Best Ball Drafts, who to acquire in 2022 FFPC Dynasty Leagues, who is rising the most in the 2022 FFPC Best Ball Tournament and how to win the 2022 FFPC Superflex Best Ball Tournament. As always, they answer your tweets, emails and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
The Boston Celtics returned to TD Garden to host the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Join the Garden Report crew as they break down all of the action and recap Game 3!
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Joe and Tom are joined by Neha Aggarwal, 2008 Table Tennis Olympian for India and current Head of Partnerships & Communication at Olympic Gold Quest. Neha is the first three-time guest on the CUSP Show, following her graduation from Columbia Sports Management in 2016. In this episode, Neha speaks about her journey from competing at the Olympic Games to developing future Olympic athletes for her home country. She also addresses the importance of mental health in athletics, the increasing value of women’s sports in India, and the future of Indian athletes on the global stage. The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. The CUSP Show is hosted by Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Yash Agarwal ’22 (@yashagarwal655), Sam Marks ’22, and Connor O’Neill ’22, with Jillian Quinn ’22 (@JillianMQuinn) and Dominique Smith ’22 managing social media efforts.
Tim Simpson shares his thoughts on the LIV Tour, having to pay to use pictures of himself on his Web site, and if there is a path back to the PGA Tour for the players choosing to play there if that Tour fails. Tim also shares some tips to help us improve our mental game.
Ian Baker-Finch won the Open Championship in 1991 and is now one of the best Analysts in the game. You can hear Ian as part of the CBS broadcast team. In this segment, he shares his insights and concerns about the LIV Tour. We talk about his 3 Top 10 finishes and The Masters and what allowed him to play so well there. We hear about how he taught himself the game by reading Jack Nicklaus' book "Golf My Way" and then years later playing alongside Jack in a practice round at the 1985 Open Championship at Royal St. George's. We also go back to his first PGA Tour victory at Colonial in 1989 and his big win at the 1991 Open Championship that featured a 3rd round 64 that included nine 3s on his scorecard. He followed up with opening his final round with a front nine 29 that included 5 birdies in his first 7 holes, on his way to shooting 66.
Paul Tesori is the caddie for Webb Simpson. Paul shares memories from his college golf days at the University of Florida and being a part of their National Champion and back-to-back SEC Championship teams in the mid-90s. We also hear about his relationship with Vijay Singh, how he and Webb started working together, and Paul's thoughts on the LIV Tour.
Kip Henley caddies on Tour for William McGirt. In this segment, Kip tells us why he hopes the LIV Tour becomes successful and how underpaid Tour players are in relation to other athletes. We go back to 2009 when he was on the bag for Brian Gay when Brian won at Habour Town by 10 strokes. Kip also talks about the important role his wife plays in his career even when he's away on Tour plus details the good and the bad sides of life as a Tour caddie.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
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This week on the Women of Golf Show, Cindy & Ted welcome LPGA Epson Tour Player, Amy Lee. Plus they enter the No B.S. Zone for a great discussion on "10 Tips to Boost your Driving Distance".
More on Amy:
Lee 5’7 grew up in Brea, California. She had a successful junior golf career, eventually going on to play for USC and Baylor University. She joined the Epson Tour in 2019 which was her rookie year, she played in 22 events, eight cuts made. Recorded a season-best T2 at the IOA Championship. In 2020 Amy player in five events making just one cut. Previously in 2016-2017 she was named 2017 Big 12 Player of the Year & earned WGCA All-America second team honors. Made Baylor debut playing as individual, then played in No. 1 or No. 2 spot in lineup in next 12 tournaments.
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Is there any doubt who’s #1 at light-heavyweight? Adam Abramowitz of SaturdayNightBoxing.com was there in person to witness Artur Beterbiev one side demolishing of Joe Smith Jr. We’ll get his thoughts on Artur’s performance and if Bivol or Yarde stand a legit chance against him.
San Antonio gets a stacked card this weekend with Bam Rodiguez vs Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, Murodjon Akhmadaliev vs. Ronny Rios and Julio Cesar Martinez vs. McWilliams Arroyo all in title bouts. We’ll tell who to keep your eye and on who should be on “Upset Alert” down in the Longhorn State.
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Vergil Ortiz Jr. vs. Michael McKinson set Fury can't fly but may fight Ortiz vs Ruiz moved to September
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