The Notre Dame quarterback was precisely what coaches look for in a player: strong-willed leader, good throwing arm, and a great attitude. He was so talented that he threw a whopping 69 touchdowns and just 14 interceptions in his last two seasons! With those stats he was snatched up in 2007 in the first round of the draft by the Cleveland Browns. Following three seasons of mediocre playing, however, he was traded to the Broncos who only kept him for a year before he tried out for several other teams to no avail. Finally, after a pro career that consisted if only 12 touchdown passes, Quinn retired in 2015. Pretty miserable for a guy who set 36 records during college.
Jacques Briam, a safari guide at the world-famous Kruger National Park in South Africa, specializes in leading walking safaris through the wilderness and is “Wild about the wild.” Not surprisingly, Briam has a keen eye for spotting wildlife, including animals that (…)
Bianca Valenti, a professional big-wave surfer from San Francisco, set a new standard for female surfers at the Mexican Pipeline on Sunday when she paddled into and caught the two biggest waves of the day. In so doing, she also proved a point for equal pay for women. It (…)
“We Tried” to make a snowboard film by Shredbots A Craig McMorris production A film by Sam Sosnowski featuring: Craig McMorris Mark McMorris Anto Chamberland Jordan Morse Judd Henkes Sebbe DeBuck Mark Sollors Mikey Rencz Matt Belzile Rusty Ockenden Chris Rasman (…)
Denise Mueller-Korenek, a 15-time bicycling USA National Champion, became the fastest human on a bicycle Sunday when she was clocked at 183.9 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. Mueller-Korenek, 45, shattered the existing motor-paced cycling land speed record of 166.9 (…)
Back to the back yard, where it all started. Two Time Enduro World Series Champion, Richie Rude, sets his sights on blazing a new trail in the Northern Tip of New England to plant a seed for future MTB riders and bring world class mountain bike race events to his back (…)