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Danmarks landskaber er skabt af gletsjerne i Istiden. Bakkerne er skubbet op af isens tryk, og den smeltende is efterlod enorme mængder af sten, sand, grus og ler. Havet, åer og kilder, samt regn og sne har formet nutidens landskab og gør det stadig, nu med mennesket som medspiller. Bogen beskriver vore landskaber og deres tilblivelse. Mange illustrationer. 10-16 år.Serien Danmarks Naturkanon består af 17 bøger. Alle historier er baseret på fakta.
Sammen har de nordjyske badmintonspillere Christinna Pedersen og Kamilla Rytter Juhl et helt unikt makkerskab, der har haft mange både op- og nedture. Derfor har forfatteren Rasmus Bech, der bl.a. tidligere har skrevet om cykelrytter Michael Valgren, skrevet denne bog, der går helt tæt på de dygtige sportsfolk.Et lille udklip fra bogen viser, hvor tæt deres samarbejde er, og hvor mange følelser, der er på spil, når det virkelig gælder. Her svarer parret på, om de er glade eller ærgerlige over, det ikke blev til guld til OL:“Christinna: Langt det meste af tiden er jeg mega stolt og mega glad. Jeg har næsten lyst til at kigge på den hver dag. Der er nogle gange, når vi bliver præsenteret for klippet, hvor vi taber, at det gør lidt ondt. Det rør også et eller andet i mig, når vi sidder og taler om det nu. Hold kæft, hvor var vi tæt på at blive Olympiske Mestre.Kamilla: Lige efter kampen var vi så udmattede og sårbar, at der var mange følelser i spil. Jeg går fra et interview, og det gør jeg normalt aldrig. Jeg kunne bare ikke. Jeg var simpelthen så ked af det. Selvfølgelig var vi ærgerlige, men samtidig fik vi langt om længe den medalje, vi havde drømt om. Jeg fik den medalje, jeg manglede. Og jeg fik den sammen med Christinna.”Læs resten af bogen og få et unikt indblik i, hvordan et unikt makkerskab fungerer!
Der er sten næsten overalt i Danmark. Kalksten og flintesten kommer fra vore egne jordlag, mens granit, gnejs og vulkanske sten er bragt hertil af Istidens gletsjere fra Sverige, Norge og Østersøens bund. Oldtidens mennesker lavede økser og knive af flintesten og byggede gravkamre af kolossale sten. Vore veje hviler på sten. Mange slags sten findes på stranden, og tilsammen illustrerer de det meste af Jordens historie, som bogen beskriver. Mange illustrationer. 10-16 år.Serien Danmarks Naturkanon består af 17 bøger. Alle historier er baseret på fakta.
The incredible, never-before-told story of Augie Donatellia man fellow umpires consider a legend.Coalmines Bombers and Baseball Emmy Award-winning sportswriter/producer John Bacchia shares the incredible, never-before-told story of Augie Donatellione of Major League Baseballs unsung men in blue. A coal miner from Bakerton, Pennsylvania, Donatelli served his country as a tail gunner aboard a B-17 and found his lifes calling in the bleak con?nes of a Nazi prison camp. When Army Air Corps Sta? Sergeant Donatelli umpired softball games to boost morale for his fellow airmen at Stalag Luft VI, little did he know he was taking ?edgling steps towards becoming one of the most respected umpires in baseball history. However, prior to the end of the war, he would be subjected to a brutal black march across war-torn Europe before orchestrating a daring escape.Less than a decade after serving his country, Donatelli found himself at the pinnacle of his professionumpiring in the 1955 World Series between the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees. Hardened by his war experiences and his years of working in the coal mines, Donatelli hustled on the baseball diamond as if his life depended on it. He gave his heart and soul to the game he loved. Yet despite ?nding his dream occupation, Donatelli voluntarily put his career and livelihood in jeopardy, as he and his fellow umpires, Shag Crawford, Jocko Conlan, Al Barlick, and others, spearheaded the formation of the ?rst umpires union, the Major League Umpires Association. Cover Photo: Yankee manager Casey Stengel and Augie Donatelli standing toe-to-toe during an exhibition game, April 13th, 1951. Copyright Bettman/CORBIS
In 1983, John Ball was almost at a midpoint in his lifea time to assess the first half before he carried on with the second. It was then that he had to deal with the diagnosis of Parkinsons disease, just before he turned forty years old. In this memoir, Ball narrates his story of how he has lived with Parkinsons disease and how he has worked to create a better life for others struggling with difficult diagnoses and debilitating diseases. Living Well, Running Hard offers insight into Balls growth from isolation into a leadership role in the Parkinsons community. His long struggle to understand the disease provides an in-depth look at the complexities of Parkinsons. Ball tells how his transition was triggered by a childhood desire to run a marathon and how his love of running, his desire to take action, and his willingness to take on challenges come together in the formation of Team Parkinson. In spite of his diagnosis, Ball has continued to run the Los Angeles Marathon each of the last fifteen years. Intimate and inspiring, Living Well, Running Hard communicates one mans story of perseverance and triumph.
The legacy of the Marshall players who perished transcends wins and losses. Their tragic deaths squashed the likelihood of a bloody race riot on campus. The evening of November 14, 1970 was damp and chilly with a steady drizzle and dense fog. Students at Marshall University had no idea that the nights horrific events would change their lives forever. On this night, a plane crash wiped out most of the schools football team. Unless you were there, you could never fully comprehend the gravity of grief that engulfed Huntington, West Virginia, in the days following the worst aviation disaster in the history of American sports. I know. I was there. Ill never forget. It could have been me on that plane. I played football at MU for two seasons. A year before the tragedy, I left the team for personal reasons. When the school began the daunting task of resurrecting its football program in the spring of 71, it was a no-brainer decision for me to rejoin the team and become part of the rebuilding process. Media projects devoted to the plane crash provide well-deserved notoriety. Still, there are glaring omissions. Now, for the first time, former Marshall defensive back Craig T. Greenlee tells the real story the whole story about Thundering Herd football from back in the day.
Smart Paws brought a warm feeling, gentleness and love, [and] knowledge of animal/bird life. There is pain, but also hope and humor. Importantly, [there is] encouragement for others to follow, without fear. ~ Helga Milberg, Dog trainer and board member of Tucson-based Handi-Dogs. A good dog will change your lifeWhen Eloise met Gamble, her first golden retriever, she befriended a gentle, generous soul who understood the art of being a healing presence. Years later, when overwhelming depression and debilitating physical challenges forever changed her lifestyle, outlook, and career, her life went to the dogs. Research about service dogs and the profound impact they can have on a life quickly became her one life-affirming activity. The partnership she envisioned would provide comfort and support by giving her new purpose, allowing her to conquer the many challenges her new life presented.A mental health counselor, artist, and animal lover, Eloise emphasizes the miraculous competencies of dogs who literally and figuratively open new doors for countless people challenged by physical or mental health problems.This is also a story about a very special dog named Rusty. Through Rusty, Eloise provides useful information for others interested in bringing a service animal into their lives. Eloise and Rusty explore how dogs have responded to our changing needs from prehistoric times to the present. Eloises lifelong experiences with animals and her study of the human-dog bond, including research into the evolution of the dog and their special intelligence, are candidly reflected in her tales about pets and partners.
Courageous Women * Supportive Men * Helpful AngelsAngels Along the River is an inspirational story of hope, fear, joy and accomplishment that is a testament to the incredible tenacity and spirit of ordinary people everywhere.When Eleanor Lahr read Follow the River, a novel based upon the true experiences of Mary Draper Ingles, it changed her life. Mary was captured in 1755 by Shawnee Indians and carried 500 miles from her home. Eleanor felt inexplicably compelled to retrace Marys escape route. With little previous experience in the great outdoors, but with plucky courage, she planned and trained extensively. Sometimes alone and sometimes with strangers, she hiked for 43 days along the Ohio, Kanawha, and New Rivers.Misunderstandings and ingrained prejudice challenged the band of walkers as much as Mother Nature; however, angels in everyday clothes helped them overcome their personal limitations, bloody blisters, broken bones, and life-threatening situations. Eleanor and her companions carried Mary's courageous story from Kentucky to Virginia in their own remarkable feat of determination and achievement.As an act of self-preservation Eleanor did not understand initially, her physical journey became a transformative personal journey that redefined her as a capable, strong, and independent woman."e;The inspiration is contagious and it affects us all in different waysEleanors book is another carrier of the inspiration. James Alexander Thom, author of the best-seller Follow the River
It is with great honor that I serve as Executive Director of the ISPA. My academic background is in psychology where I have a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago. My sports background spans over 15 years. From the age of 9 I have competed in quite a few Triathlons and was often the youngest competitor in these races. Over the course of my career, I have completed 4 Ironman Triathlons and 15 Marathons. I have placed in the top three in numerous Triathlons and have won several age group awards. I played varsity baseball in high school as a pitcher. I was recruited to play Division 1 baseball in college, however, my passion for Triathlon won me over and I decided to focus on this and my studies. Sports have always played a major role my life and I feel their effect on me was paramount in my development as a more rounded and confident individual. I strongly believe in the ISPAs mission to raise the level of care athletes receive. I have seen first hand the impact that individuals who work with athletes can have, and it is vitally important that these individuals adhere to the highest ethics and standards of practice in their given fields.
"e;Tough Bears Don't Dance"e; continues Ernest's experiences in far-flung hunting vistas that include Alaska and its peninsula, Castro's Cuba, Colombia, Honduras Canada's Lac Seul Wilderness, the Eastern Shore of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay for Canada Geese, and a revisit to some of Africa where the hunting in these tales of adventure take a back seat to saving his life, as well as encounters with emerald smugglers, the Colombian Medelin Cartel bosses, prostitution, confrontation with Russian "e;freedom fighters "e;from Nicaragua's revolution, murder, and withch doctors, being attacked by a rqavenoous bear a a Cuban dog, being lost in a frozen wilderness tundra, and assorted otyher interesteing distractions, with a little humor tossed into the mix now and then.
This Report focuses on the New Guy. The person that needs more information. Before jumping into the sport of 3 Gun. The information in this report will give you the detailed information needed to get into the sport in an informed manor. The equipment selection criteria given in this report will save you the cost of this report many fold, you will not have to suffer the pitfalls of buying the wrong equipment many times over. Many people want to participate in 3 Gun/ Multi Gun Competition but before they attend a Match they have questions, they are that person that says I want to stop by a match and give it a look before I attend a 3 Gun match as a shooter. This report answers all of those questions. For those who want to have their own 3 Gun/ Multi Gun Competition, this Report lays out step by step details on how to Start and run your own Match. This report covers everything a New 3 Gun Competitor needs to know to get in the game. Answering the Why and how of Selecting Equipment and preparing it/ setting it up. For 3 Gun/ Multi Gun Competition.
This book should become the Campers Guide for anyone interested in staying at any of the state parks and waysides in Minnesota. It is filled with details of each of the parks and waysides; what facilities are available from one park to the next, descriptions of the campgrounds and the campsites, and what points of interest may be nearby. Along with all of the information, there are maps of the campgrounds and a map of each of the parks included. But, that is only one part of the book. Another part of the book describes the adventure that was had by the author and his wife as they traveled the highways and back roads of Minnesota getting from one park to the next. There is detailed information concerning the history of many of the parks because the diversity of the state parks is just a mirror of natures diversity here in the great state of Minnesota.
This book is for the many people that have experienced some of their deepest passions from sports. It is about players, coaches, and parents. My desire is that the reader rekindles whatever passion he/she has previously experienced, or is currently experiencing in youth sports. Hopefully, one can learn from my experiences, and use them to create positive outcomes with their children. Sport is a universal language that impacts countless people throughout the world. It is a drama of the body and mind that is often played out in front of audiences. Even persons who were only casual players in their younger days can be avid fans. They care deeply about the competition, and whether their team plays well and wins. Then, there are the perpetual participants, as evidenced by the explosive growth of adult sport programs.
To prepare for Baseball Homestand: The National Pastime, the author attended all 81 home games of the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2010 baseball season. The book contains a summary of each game and includes comments about notable plays during the game and other happenings of interest. Thus during the entire season many if not all of the amazing athletic accomplishments of the players on the field are described.
Les Cinquantes Sonnets is the first book by poet Kelechukwu Brnfre (www.kelechukwubrnfre.com) This is my first book of poetry that includes my signature poem "e;Zero."e;I wrote this book as a gift to my fiancee at the time for her birthday. I wrote 34 poems for her 34th birthday in the form of Sonnets. I was reading Shakespeare at the time and I was inspired by his sonnets but I formed all of these poems in 16 lines because her favorite number was 16. The first 34 poems were influenced by her and the last 17 poems were influenced by a mixture of people, emotions and situations.I am very thankful for Erica Walker reading it over and encouraging me to make all of last 17 stay consistent with a theme of love, a subject I struggle to write about because it is so subjective. Loving a family member or your children is different from a person you are involved with intimately in a relationship.The format of this book starts with zero and goes to fifty. I used French because I am bilingual French and it seemed to fit the scheme and format of the subject matter in the book.
8 days on the Delaware River: A Trip To Remember, is about a fishing and camping adventure complete by Author Paul Donovan and his fishing buddy Ray Labarre. The trip was talked about for about 18 years and finally occurred in May 2006. The 120 mile trip started in Hancock, NY and was to end at Kittatinny Beach in Delaware Water Gap, PA Rays 14 foot aluminum boat had taken us up and down the Delaware River many times over those 18 years, but generally in the National Park area in and above the Delaware Water Gap. This time, fully loaded for a week in the outdoors, we were venturing North in waters that are better suited for canoes. The eight-day adventure covered low rocky water situations as well as some rather fast scary rapids as we enjoyed fantastic sights along the scenic Upper and Middle Delaware Rivers areas. There was an emergency room visit, shopping for a new oar, naturally a few fishing stories and a truly unexpected 'boat ride' that kept us moving along. With some stories from past trips and the experiences of this trip all relayed day by day, chapter by chapter, you will enjoy. . . . . . . 8 Days on the Delaware River: A Trip To Remember.
This book is for the beginner or recreational Blackjack player who wants to enjoy playing without being intimidated. If one has the discipline to follow the strategies presented, one can actually come out a winner. The title, The A, B, Cs and D of Casino Blackjack identifies it as a primer for beginners rather than promising riches to professional gamblers. This book provides a conservative approach, and will help you avoid the simple mistakes that cause players to lose in the long run. It is amazing how many players do not bring enough bankroll, bet consistently, understand Basic Strategy or practice good money management. This light and punchy guide can be read in one sitting and understood and applied by anyone with an interest in the game. It should appeal to the one time tourist or occasional visitor to a casino or cruise ship who wants to try their hand at Blackjack. Also, someone wanting to take up Blackjack as a recreational sport on a regular basis would be interested in this book. In fact, even seasoned players may well benefit from getting back to basics. The book uses simple language to explain the probability theory behind Basic Strategy and the potential advantage of counting cards. It also explains how things work on the casino floor as well as table etiquette so players wont make embarrassing mistakes. The major premise is to take the intimidation out of sitting down to play. This book does not promise riches but does promote having fun without losing any of your hard earned money.
Athletes of The Bible was written in 1914 as a teaching aid for boys in the YMCA. The book has been updated with additional information by former Coach Emmett Smith, who regularly used the original book in his Fellowship of Christian Athletes meetings.
Americas Favorite Pastime with its foreign taproot evolved into the modern game. Baseball is traced in the 364-page book from its European origins plus much deeper sources. Cultural beginnings, including the rally monkey, hot dog, peanut and anthems provide historical perspective. The American spirit is captured through baseball, beating to the rhythm of the American culture, sometimes as its direction, but most times its reflection. The goodness of the game exists in both its players serving as role models for the youth, with the Yankee Clipper leading the charge, plus inducing positive progressive change highlighted by the 1947color barrier penetration by Jackie. Type and character makeup of leadership in America and baseball is positioned as integral to the cultural socialization process. Christian religious tenets previously employed in traditional America have been metaphorically Billy-Goated out of the field of play. An orchestrated reshaping from its Founding principles using education and media as hypnotic tools promoting secular-humanist ideals and values has fundamentally transformed America into a nation ripe for governance by the New World Order as One Global Family. The readers thought process is directed to answering the question as to what is the American way? The shear ugliness of baseball bore its soul to the American public during the Synthetic Era as characterized by serpentine-type Congressional hearings involving performance-enhancing-drug use. The author boldly declares America to be a nation on some sort of drug indifferent to toxic societal effects and meritocracy interference. Cultural issues including an intellectual history of PEDs, their affects on performance and leakage into the tributaries plus the evolution of the Promethean Project are well documented. Comparisons are made between the sins of Shoeless Joe and Charlie Hustle and the typical Synthetic Era ballplayer. Hazards of playing ball are probed by comparison to perceived dangers of hit-by-pitch and the Iraq War, shark attacks and automobile accidents. Political perspectives are injected into the read using metaphors, baseball-speak and satire.
FOR DECADES, ATHLETES HAVE BEEN A TARGET for companies selling everything from banned substances to several worthless nutritional products with the hope they will make the di?erence between winning and losing. At the expense of being misled, athletes have su?ered irreparable damage from steroids and hormones as well as the side e?ects experienced from stimulants and tainted dietary supplements. In addition, the tremendous stress of strenuous exercise and its contribution to oxidative stress, in?ammation, fatigue, muscle damage and transient immune suppression sets the stage for viewing the athlete in a very di?erent way. In THE MISLED ATHLETE, renowned nutritionist Carl Germano, RD, CNS, CDN and his team present a new look at the athlete as a patient and provide a comprehensive plan for addressing the multiple nutritional needs of the athlete beyond excess protein, stimulants and steroids. Germano discusses the link between the stressor of exercise and the importance of proper recovery through diet manipulation, e?ective training techniques, and the use of legitimate nutritional supplements.THE MISLED ATHLETE gives insight into how the foods athletes eat, which training techniques they use, and how the consumption of certain safe nutritional supplements can successfully address the ravages of intense activity, assist the athlete to recuperate better and help prepare for the next battle.
Golf is a physical and emotional synthesis permeating experiences both on and off the course. The challenge is their integration as we apply our passion for golf to the game of life. For the past thirty-eight years, golf instructor Gil Anderson has been helping students harness their creativity and determination to achieve their goals. His insights and infectious enthusiasm will encourage the development of a clearer perspective, illuminating objectives, while igniting passion. The magic underlying the law of attraction is revealed through self-discovery by determining ones motivation. Anderson empowers you to achieve your goals by using the life lessons learned from golf. Parallels between golf and life will come into focus, shaping your destiny. Ultimate potential unfolds on a journey to discover inner passion as a clarity of purpose is defined. Andersons metaphors utilize a process that transforms a playful pursuit into a strategy for overcoming lifes obstacles. As your golf skills improve and your playing ability expands, your passion for life is renewed and strengthened. A motivating force unlocks your ultimate potential as your journey continues to discover your authentic self. Get in touch with a mantra for golf and life with GOING FORE IT.
At one point after the boom vang broke loose, the boom and the sail shifted to a higher position. I didnt like the loss of control this caused. The boat was swinging from 0 to 20 degrees in jerky motions, lifting and heeling. The boom vang had been ripped out of its housing. I had an idea what to do and told Roxanne what I had in mind. At a certain moment, with her help holding up the boom vang in a certain way, I would let go of the rudder and lunge forward to grab the creature from her hand and plunge its little head into the second available hole, a slot just under the boom. This she understood, but all the while I was under great stress, anxious for my daughters life and mine. The wind was quite strong and I didnt want the boat to flip over not there, away from any available help. We were two miles from shore in any direction. I checked the waves and wind and then turned the boat into the wind. On my signal to Roxanne, I lurched forward and grabbed the beastly creature and shakily shoved its head in the hole. I then turned the boat back to windward and pulled in on the sheet that pulled the boom back to its correct position. Everything was fine again. In a plastic bag hanging from the boom near the mast were my cigarettes and a lighter. Thats where Roxanne was also handy. She passed me a cigarette and my lighter and I lit it and took a big drag. Ah The rest of the day went beautifully. In the same bag we had a nice light lunch (gourmet style), a couple of baloney sandwiches, and two cans of pop.
Miss Blackberry, the gifted pianist and piano teacher, takes her three piano students, Lena, Thomas, and Andrew, on an exciting musical adventure where they travel back in time to meet the world famous musician, Mr. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mr. Mozart teaches the students many important things about music and then invites Miss Blackberry and the students to a royal ball where he is giving a musical performance of his newly written piano music. At the ball, Miss Blackberry and her students dress in historical clothes, meet an emperor and dine on sumptuous foods! The fun-filled musical adventure will help Miss Blackberrys piano students to better perform their music in the Great Piano Recital that will soon take place. This work of fiction can be utilized by the young pianist as a supplementary learning tool.
Courtney Moses was always about basketball, from an early age playing AAU ball, up and through grade school. In the 7th grade, the high school coaches saw a girl with skills and moves that far out did other girls her own age.What would possess a little girl from Sweetser, Indiana to dream about one day being Indiana Miss. Basketball.Could it be that she was destined to become the greatest player in all of Oak Hill basketball history? Or was all this just chance? Being at the right place at the right time.Courtney will tell you she knew from an early age she was going to be someone special with the basketball. But as fate would have it, God had given her a gift to play, and become one of the best, on and off the court. Now the only question was, will she do what it takes to become the best, or will she just do what is needed?Her story is an inspiration to all, but her story is to all those young girls who were told they can't, because they are too small, or too short, or because they are a girl. Her answer is a simple one, yes you can.
How many striped bass of 60 pounds or more have you heard about? How about 70 pounds? Read the passion, dedication and plain luck to be at the right place and time. You cant plan on catching one of these giants but you can read why planning was important. Fishermen wrote these stories, about their feelings, the problems, the what if , the biggest one lost, 200 pounds of bass and.. You will wish you were there! These are precious stories because you cant find many of these fishermen and women. Some have passed on, many have moved, others are just lost in the big cities or elsewhere. With so few big bass anglers found and so few big bass caught, it is truly a rare event to have the true stories from the fishermen who caught these giants. These are the best striper anglers from boat, surf or jetty; it was their livelihood. All of them and all others in 60+ pound class are listed in the book. Some of them have disclosed the secrets they used to catch their record striped bass. It took decades of experience to find these gems. Use them yourself. T.C. Associates, Box 351, West Point, PA. 19486 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A fun, common sense approach to sports from the perspective of someone who LOVES it and wants it to be BETTER than it already is for everyone young and old. Written in hopes of bringing people together to discuss sports topics past, present, fun and serious. If you decide to read it, I can assure you that it will make you think whether you agree or disagree with what is written. I hope that you find a chapter or two in which you DON'T agree with me or the book wasn't worth writing. Most important, I hope you have fun reading this book, learn something from it and come away with thoughts of your own which I would like to hear. Enjoy.
In 1933, America was in the midst of the Great Depression. The depth of despair created in the American people earned the panic a singular place in the history of the nations economic turmoil. Football, a uniquely American game, weathered these hard times, adapted, and made some of the pain a little easier to endure. In 1933, author Mark C. Bodanza examines the important role football played in the midst of the nations historic crisis. Bodanza recounts this dramatic year both on and off the field of the professional and college gridirons and analyzes it in the context of the times. He tells the story of a momentous season shared by the high schools of Fitchburg and Leominster, Massachusetts, a rivalry dating back to 1894. In the prior thirty-nine seasons, the teams had played each other forty-nine times. But, 1933 was different; the game had never had such significance. More than ever, Depression-wary Americans needed a reprieve from their cares and concerns. Football provided a welcome relief. Including period photos, 1933 narrates how the sport of footballwhich has created some of the nations most magical moments in sportswas impacted by the Great Depression in a variety of ways, some with lasting consequences.
Writers like Donald and Mike work at the grassroots level to promote and support our sport. Their love of running shines through every page of what they write. They have a unique perspective on The Running Life and make us smile and gain insight at the same time. Whether you are an experienced runner, a novice, or even a non-runner this compilation of articles will inspire. --Amby Burfoot, Editor at Large, Runners World Magazine and 1968 Boston Marathon winnerAs a resident of Pacific Grove, Im just like all the other runners on the Central Coast. We eagerly await the Thursday edition of the Monterey Herald so we can see what Donald and Mike are thinking and saying about The Running Life. Its great that this book will allow a wider audience the opportunity of reading these great columns.--Blake Russell, 2008 Womens Olympic MarathonIm out in Buraglio and Dove territory every year for the Big Sur Marathon. Its great to swap stories with Donald and Mike, run, and enjoy the magnificent Central Coast. They are both very knowledgeable and their articles cover every aspect of our sport. A fun read for sure.--Bart Yasso, Chief Runner, Runners World MagazineIve always been an instinctive runner. I love to run and feel the flow. Donald and Mike capture all I love about running in their articles. They know the spirit as well as the technical side of running. I recommend this series of articles for anyone. You will really capture and understand why we love The Running Life. --Nelly Wright, Pacific Grove, California, 1984 Womens Olympic Marathon
Mike is a sixty three year old goalie who has played at nearly every level of hockey. Moreover, he has also coached on various levels of hockey for over twenty years. This night, he celebrates his final OHH team appearance, and the Commisioner of the OHH declares the retiring of his number. Be there for the celebration, and for 32 years of stories and tales from behind the mask and in the crease...from the perspectives of friends, family, peers, adversaries, and himself.