Your Search Returned 141 tagged news reports
April 24, 2013 Resident of Campbell/Modesto Ben Johnson was born on Sept. 16, 1916 in Fulton, Kansas to Charles Newton Johnson and Vera Berteen Witt Johnson. He passed away peacefully in his sleep at Bethel Retirement Community in Modesto, CA on
Jarvis Johnson is a 2015 point guard at DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis. The Brooklyn Park native's greatest strength is his speed and ability to change directions quickly. The 6-1, 185-pound Johnson is currently working on improving his jumper.
Ben Johnson , who played high school basketball at DeLaSalle and college basketball at Northwestern and Minnesota, has been named to Richard Pitino's Gophers basketball staff as an assistant coach. Johnson was an assistant for Tim Miles at Nebraska
I learnt a lot from him, played under him for a number of years as his captain and worked under him as an assistant coach in the plan to eventually become senior coach. "We've had many frank discussions, not in recent times, (but) we've had many
Ben Johnson is rising rapidly through the richly stocked ranks of young British tenors. His musical range is wide (as demonstrated by the current ENO production of La Traviata ), but Johnson has already made a particular name for himself singing
Here is a look at key moments in the evolution of sports doping.
Tristram Kenton When Peter Konwitschny's Traviata was first seen in Graz two years ago , the director claimed that Violetta was "the only human being" in the opera . It's clear from the production's opening moments at the Coliseum that for
Many of our greatest athletic champions come from dark, needy places. It's a Faustian bargain inconvenient to acknowledge: The qualities that empower the truly elite athletes ruthless drive, narcissistic focus, competitive obsession are
Jessica Zelinka had flown to Ontario for the Olympic Heroes Parade in September when drug testers knocked on her door in Calgary to find her not home. Her absence was considered a missed doping test, the first strike for one of Canada's top track and
Delta senior quarterback Mitch Whiteside ended his high school career with a 13-yard pass to his brother Ryan. It wasn't one he could celebrate, though, as the Panthers lost to Pueblo East, 35-24. But Whiteside and his fellow seniors knew they were