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Drew Brees is the 2009 Super Bowl MVP-winning quarterback for the New Orleans Saints. A native of Austin, TX, Brees attended Westlake High School and lettered in football, basketball, and baseball and as a senior in 1996 led his football team to a perfect 16-0 record and the 5A State Championship while garnering 5A Offensive Player of the Year honors. 255 more words

Karate Teen Sets World Record Breaking 111 Concrete Slabs With Head In 35 Seconds

Kerim Ahmetspahic is a taekwondo black belt from Bosnia, and he doesn’t even need to use his hands and feet to beat you up.

The teen just set a new world record by breaking 111 concrete slabs in just 35 second, by SOMERSAULTING over each stack and striking them with his HEAD! 52 more words

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March 29th in Gennett History...

1933: The Walter Family recorded “That’s my Rabbit, My Dog Caught It” in Richmond.  The recording appeared on the black labelled Champion S-16653.  The track featured Mary Walter (p), Charlie Estes (g), Ray Agee (bjo), and Draper Walter (f). 30 more words

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Karate Teen Sets World Record Breaking 111 Concrete Slabs With Head In 35 Seconds

Kerim Ahmetspahic is a taekwondo black belt from Bosnia, and he doesn’t even need to use his hands and feet to beat you up.

The teen just set a new world record by breaking 111 concrete slabs in just 35 second, by SOMERSAULTING over each stack and striking them with his HEAD! 52 more words

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Karate Teen Sets World Record Breaking 111 Concrete Slabs With Head In 35 Seconds

Kerim Ahmetspahic is a taekwondo black belt from Bosnia, and he doesn’t even need to use his hands and feet to beat you up.

The teen just set a new world record by breaking 111 concrete slabs in just 35 second, by SOMERSAULTING over each stack and striking them with his HEAD! 59 more words

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The Quint: This Taekwondo Champion Just ‘Smashed’ The World Record

In just 35 seconds Bosnian Taekwondo champion Kerim Ahmetspahic smashed 111 pieces of building blocks with his head, setting a new height in the Guinness World Record on Saturday. 70 more words