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I Got the Medal, but He got the First Hug.

When I competed in the 1992 Olympics we had a team of six members. There was me, Shannon Miller, Kim Zmeskal, Betty Okino, Dominique Dawes, and Kerri Strug. 1,092 more words

Mental Toughness

Tess Milczark reblogged this on TAGS Gymnastics Blog and commented:

TAGS South Head Team Coach Kevin Brown coached and trained gymnasts in the 1988, 1992, and 1996 Olympic Games. We are loving this heartwarming story from Wendy Bruce that exemplifies the amazing coach he was and still is today!

CT tribes rally to Malloy’s defense against Oklahoma tribal lenders

CONNECTICUT – The leaders of Connecticut’s federally recognized Indian tribes rallied Monday to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s defense, decrying the practice of an Oklahoma tribe and its business associates to make unlicensed, short-term loans here at astronomical rates. 96 more words


This Day in Montreal Expos History-April 3rd, 2000

It was opening day and the Montreal Expos were taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers at Olympic Stadium. 51, 249 people showed up to watch Kevin Brown take on Dustin Hermanson. 246 more words


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Our tutor Kevin Brown is offering an excitng new course for summer 2015. 236 more words

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Tribal chairman take issue with MGM's 'box of slots' comment

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The chairmen of Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes are taking issue with recent comments from a top MGM Resorts International official who described the tribes’ proposed joint casino venture as a “box of slots.” 114 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: March 31, 2004

Kevin Brown joins Al Leiter as the second pitcher in Major League Baseball history to earn at least one victory against all 30 teams. The 6 time All-Star accomplished this by spending 11 years in the AL and 8 years in the NL. 22 more words

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Decision delayed on federal recognition for Virginia Indian tribe

VIRGINIA – The Pamunkey Indians — best known as the tribe of Pocahontas — will have to wait four more months to find out if its 35-year quest to become the first tribe in Virginia to be recognized by the federal government will be successful. 147 more words