Jerry Funk's 14er Fan Club PDF

By Jerry Funk

ISBN-10: 074149065X

ISBN-13: 9780741490650

Born and raised in a small city in Minnesota, Jerry Funk moved to Texas while he used to be 30-years-old and there met his spouse, Gayle. With their son, Travis, the threesome moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1994 to be in the direction of the mountains that they enjoyed to ski. Jerry realized that the mountains provided even more than snowboarding. Having came across the enjoyment of hiking 14,000-foot peaks, he has develop into an avid hiker and climber. Jerry has labored for the U.S. Postal provider for the earlier thirty years and is a member of the Colorado Mountain membership.

Show description

Read or Download 14er Fan Club PDF

Similar sports books

Download e-book for kindle: Eric Cantona by Philippe Auclair

Many have attempted to cajole Eric Cantona to write down his autobiography. He by no means will. Philippe Auclair has interviewed each key participant in Cantona's existence to supply a biography that unearths, for the 1st time, the center and internal options of this so much remarkable personality. Cantona performed for 6 diverse French golf equipment, making his overseas debut at twenty-one, before going to England in 1992 and making a right away impression with Leeds United.

Download e-book for kindle: Knox-Johnston On Sailing (1st Edition) by Robin Knox-Johnston

The EPUB layout of this name is probably not suitable to be used on all hand-held devices.

A life of reflections at the joys, terrors, and triumphs of cruising? From Britain's maximum yachtsman

The first guy to sail solo and continuous all over the world, in 1969, Robin Knox-Johnston immediately turned a global legend. as well as surroundings different international crusing files, he has led crusing expeditions to faraway locations, gathering a breadth of expertise few can equivalent. In his new e-book, a compilation of his per 30 days articles in Yachting international, Sir Robin stocks his recommendations at the majesty, secret, and hazards of cruising the open seas. He describes the "Joy of the Solo Sailor" in addition to the realities of defense at sea and lifestyles on board a yacht, recalling his get away from an ideal typhoon, evening terrors and waves in a position to devouring a ship.

Allows readers to adventure the fun (going around the Horn of Africa in an afternoon) of boating, in addition to. ..

Read e-book online The 7 Secrets of Boxing Footwork PDF

Boxing footwork is the basis of a profitable boxer. every thing stems from the boxer's stance and his or her skill to maneuver fluidly round the ring. All energy and approach comes from the legs. All offense and safeguard originates from the stance. To overlook the significance of footwork is to strength your self on a route to boxing mediocrity.

Download e-book for iPad: The Big Bam: The Life and Times of Babe Ruth by Leigh Montville

He was once the Sultan of Swat. The Caliph of Clout. The Wizard of Whack. The Bambino. and easily, to his teammates, the massive Bam. From the award-winning writer of the hot York instances bestseller Ted Williams comes the completely unique, definitively formidable, and exhilaratingly colourful biography of the biggest legend ever to loom in baseball—and within the historical past of prepared activities.

Additional resources for 14er Fan Club

Example text

Package will include natural sound of Knight on sidelines, video of Knight, important plays of game, and some postgame comments from Knight. If possible, we want a live interview with Knight, but may have to settle for a live interview with an Indiana player or fan. If he is agreeable, it might also be possible to put a live microphone on Knight and use that sound in the package. If the game runs long, we’ll do a live report with a few highlights that focus on Knight. Print Outline The story will center on Knight, including interviews with him, his players, and Indiana fans.

33 REPORTING Respect Between hero-worship on one end and open antagonism on the other exists a middle ground where the sports reporter should strive to respect his interview subject. Sometimes this means nothing more than respecting the athlete’s right not to talk. Some athletes and coaches, notably former baseball players Albert Belle and Steve Carlton, simply cut off relations with the media and refused to talk except on their own terms. In some cases, athletes will have a friendly relationship with the media and then cut off access when they feel they have been treated unfairly.

Big league troubles. S News & World Report. Merron, Jeff. (2003, January 21). Now that’s a stupid question. ESPN. html Not-so-great moments in sports. (1985). [Home video]. HBO Video: New York. Pierce, Damien. (2004, March 1). Beat writer. Ft. Worth Star-Telegram. htm Plaschke, Bill. (2000, January-February). The reporter: ‘that’s twice you get me. ’ Columbia Journalism Review. Raissman, Bob. (2003, March 28). TBS homers, going, going, gone. New York Post. html Rosenthal, Phil. (1999, March 22).

Download PDF sample

14er Fan Club by Jerry Funk

by Kevin

Rated 4.82 of 5 – based on 20 votes

About the Author