Archive for January, 2012
Kurt Warner will host a new reality show called ‘The Moment” scheduled to debut in the third quarter of this year on the USA Network. The executive producers are Charlie Ebersol and Justin Hochberghas. Warner will offer contestants 2nd chances at abandoned careers. Each week, Warner will surprise someone nominated by a loved one and give him or her a chance to pursue their dreams.
Freestyle skiing great, Sarah Burke, died Thursday, Jan 19, from injuries sustained during a recent skiing accident in Park City, Utah. A 4-time X Games gold medalist, the 29-year old Burke died doing what she loved to do.
Olympic gold medalist and Track and Field Hall of Famer, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, is one of the most decorated female athletes in sports history. Named the Greatest Female Athlete of the 20th Century by Sports Illustrated for Women, Joyner-Kersee remains a popular motivational speaker on the circuit today.
University of Alabama coach, Nick Saban, won his third National Championship Monday night with a shutout victory over LSU. Saban is the first coach to win three BCS Championships and is the only active coach with three National Titles.
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Olympic track and field star, Carl Lewis, is best known for winning 10 Olympic medals which included 9 gold medals, and 10 World Championships medals, 8 of which were gold medals spanning from 1979 to 1996. The 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles is what launched Lewis as a sports star and made him a household name in America.
Joe Torre announced his resignation as MLB executive vice president on Wednesday, Jan 4, so he could join a group that is pursuing ownership of the LA Dodgers. Torre managed the LA Dodgers from 2008-2010.