Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Good Match-Up

The 50th Super Bowl on February 7, 2016 will be a good match-up between Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos and Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers.

Source: www.abcactionnews.com

There are many viewpoints and opinions on which quarterback will prevail as well as which is better than the other.

Regardless, both Peyton Manning (39 year-old) and Cam Newton (26 year-old) are good quarterbacks in their own individual skillsets, core competencies, proven track-records and other tangible / intangible factors.

On a given day, it is said that each and every athlete has their good days and otherwise.

May the best quarterback "on-the-field" on February 7 win!

Reference:

http://espn.go.com/blog/carolina-panthers/post/_/id/19029/vote-will-cam-newton-have-a-better-nfl-career-than-peyton-manning


Sunday, October 11, 2015

A Great Day

It is really awesome to see the world-renowned, great sprinter, Usain Bolt, at a recent visit to the University of Southern California (USC) campus in Los Angeles.



The amazing pictures are so inspiring at Cromwell Field of Usain Bolt with current USC sprint star Andre De Grasse and football star Adoree' Jackson.



There is so much youth talent in track & field which draws continual vision, mission and purpose from great role models such as Usain Bolt.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

An Historical Day in Track & Field

"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible!" - Audrey Hepburn

Today, June 27, 2015, marks the 50th anniversary of an amazing and historical race which took place in global Track & Field.

On June 27, 1965, in San Diego, California U.S.A., Jim Ryun defeated Peter Snell in the one-mile race with a winning time of 3:55.3 (a new high school and U.S. open one-mile record which stood for nearly 36 years until 2001 when broken by Alan Webb who ran 3:53.43).

Source:www.utsandiego.com

 It has been said... "Ryun’s thrilling upset of New Zealand’s Peter Snell, the Olympic 1,500- and 800-meter champion, arguably the greatest single achievement ever by an American high school athlete and a pivotal race in the career of a man many still believe is the greatest middle distance talent the world has ever seen.”

For more details, refer to full story in: Miler Jim Ryun's 50-year-old upset of Peter Snell still a magic moment in history