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Enactus National Championship 2014

Enactus National Championship 2014

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Enactus

College Football's New Trophy Unveiled In Irving

IRVING, Texas (AP) - A rising gold football-shaped trophy will be the prize for the national champion in the new College Football Playoff.

College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock unveiled the more than 2-foot-high trophy Monday. 196 more words

Sports

New national championship trophy is sleek, shiny

Say bye to the crystal football.

College football’s new national championship trophy looks like a priceless vase mixed with an Olympic torch. It’s sleek, is made of 24-karat gold, bronze and stainless steel and “features a focused football at the center of the base that rises to form an actual-size ball,” according to its release. 187 more words

College Football

USA Kayak Polo Nationals Registration is OPEN!

The highlight of the USA Kayak Polo calendar is upon us and this year Carolina Kayak Polo Club will be hosting. Make sure you get your registration in early so we can start planning schedules and divisions. 564 more words

Canoe Polo

Gymnastics videos-Regional and National Championships

These are my gymnastics routines from the 1990 Regional and National Championships.

Many thanks to Ben Pressel, who consistently video-taped all of our competitions during the 1990 season and provided me with the videos. 85 more words

My Life

That time I fell in love with Coconut Water & won a National Championship

First off I can’t thank the New York Athletic Club¬†enough for all their support for our women’s program! I don’t know another club that would fly us down three more players for our Championship Game. 363 more words

Fitness

NCAA DI Track and Field National Championships

Track and Field National Championship in Eugene, Or. The city is Track Town USA and it felt like it each of the four days. Fans gave standing ovations and clapped along for field and track events alike. 98 more words

Oregon