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John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach In NCAA History

John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach In NCAA History

Christopher Kelsall June 27, 2013 1

© Copyright – 2013 – Athletics Illustrated Genre: Biography Title: John McDonnell: The Most Successful Coach in NCAA History Author: Andrew Maloney and John McDonnell ISBN: 10: 1 – 55728-992 – 1 Availability: Amazon Status: Recommended John McDonnell: The Greatest Coach

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Rob Guy – Interview

Rob Guy – Interview

Christopher Kelsall January 30, 2013 1

© Copyright – 2013 – Athletics Illustrated Rob Guy took over as CEO of Athletics Canada in October 2010 and has led a number of initiatives aimed at improving the depth and breadth of the

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Andrew Maloney on Lance Armstrong and Ben Johnson

Andrew Maloney on Lance Armstrong and Ben Johnson

Christopher Kelsall October 19, 2012 2

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Ben Johnson – 30 for 30 If you have spent the last twenty-five years getting over the drama and disappointment of Ben Johnson’s world record gold medal win in

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IAAF Should Loosen its false start and lane violation criteria

betzseason369 August 25, 2012 1

By Andrew Maloney © Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated It was hard to watch the men’s 4x100m relay finals (even if you are not Canadian) for the very reason that it is painful to see

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Rob Ford, Keith Butler and Canadian Olympic Competition

betzseason369 July 21, 2012 0

By Andrew Maloney © Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated Rob Ford’s New Perspective As nice as it is to see Toronto mayor Rob Ford finally stop bashing the city’s hosting of the Pan-American Games and finally

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Mo Ahmed – Interview

Christopher Kelsall July 20, 2012 1

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics Illustrated By Andrew Maloney Mohammed Ahmed is a Canadian distance runner from Saint Catherine’s, Ontario. He attends the NCAA Division 1 University of Wisconsin. He set a school record by

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