Archive for October, 2010
Kurt Warner & Anna Trebunskaya danced the Paso Doble on week six of Dancing With The Stars, however, the judges scored Kurt poorly stating although he got more into the performance, he lacked the polish of the dance.
Warner scored 18 out 30 points making him the odds on favorite to go home. But wait! The fans disagreed and Kurt was saved from elimination. Were the judges way too unfair in scoring Kurt so low? We say yes! ... Read More
LAS VEGAS, NV – Jonathan Byrd looks stunned as he realizes he just hit a hole in one in the final round to win the 2010 Justin Timberlake Shriner’s Hospitals for Children Open.
Three players were left who each tied at 21 under after regulation – Martin Laird, Cameron Percy and Jonathan Byrd. They played three sudden-death playoff holes, but it was Byrd who stepped up to the tee on the 204-yard par-3 17th, to hit the miraculous shot. ... Read More
Kurt Warner channels Gene Kelly on Dancing With The Stars. Retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner & his partner Anna Trebunskaya danced the Quickstep on Dancing With The Stars Season 11 Week 5 during TV Theme Week. They danced to the TV Theme Bewitched.
The judges were impressed with his dancing this week and gave Kurt excellent scores along with high praise. Carrie Ann said that he embodied the spirit of the late great dancing legend Gene Kelly. Kurt received a total score of 24 out of a possible 30 points. ... Read More
Former Miami Dolphin quarterback Dan Marino is a popular and sought-out speaker on the circuit today. Dan, whose son has autism, is an inspirational speaker for this cause. If you’re looking for a speaker who can inspire and motivate, look no further than Dan Marino.
On April 2, Governor Charlie Crist and Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp held a news conference in front of the dolphin fountain at the Capitol to celebrate the first World Autism Day. World Autism Day was designated by the United Nations and will be held on April 2 across the globe in the future. ... Read More
There’s little dispute that pro golfer Paul Azinger remains one of the most inspirational sports speakers on the circuit today motivating and inspiring even the most jaded audiences.
If you’re looking for a speaker who can inspire and motivate, look no further than Paul Azinger.
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DENVER, CO – John Elway, former Denver Bronco’s quarterback, was named among about 65 investors Tuesday, October 12, in a criminal case against former hedge-fund manager Sean Mueller of Cherry Hills Village. Mueller, a Greenwood Village hedge fund manager, who threatened suicide in April, was charged Tuesday with theft, securities fraud, and violating Colorado’s organized crime law in an alleged Ponzi scheme involving $71 million.
The Denver district attorney’s office did not disclose the amount that Elway invested. Elway’s agent and spokesman declined to comment. ... Read More
Tom Watson is not only a legend in the world of golf, but is he considered one of the top motivational speakers on the circuit today. He inspires audiences wherever he goes, with stories of how he faced extraordinary challenges throughout his career in order to succeed and excel at the highest level.
Watson is generally regarded as one of the greatest links players of all time, a claim backed up by his 5 Open Championship victories. His incredible play and determination were recently demonstrated when he almost won the British Open over 40 years after he started playing golf. ... Read More
There’s a lot of talk today about whether athletes are role models. There’s little dispute that Kurt Warner is one of them. Warner remains one of the most inspirational speakers on the circuit today wowing audiences wherever he goes.
If you’re looking for a speaker who can inspire, motivate and entertain, look no further than Kurt Warner. ... Read More
Christian speakers have become very popular with religious organizations. Not only do these organizations use Christian speakers to generate excitement, increase attendance and raise money, but they also use them to spread the gospel.
Kurt Warner is a sought-after Christian speaker at PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency
SAN DIEGO, CA — Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, has been diagnosed with cancer in a salivary gland. Gwynn told San Diego Union-Tribune the cancer was discovered last month after a third round of surgery since 1997 to remove a tumor on the parotid gland.
Gwynn, 50, played for the San Diego Padres from 1982 to 2001, winning eight National League batting titles. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2007. ... Read More