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Archive for October, 2012

Nathan Adrian Q&A on Seattle Times

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

In case you missed it earlier Thursday, Bremerton’s Nathan Adrian did a live question and answer online chat with fans via the Seattle Times.

Here’s a link to the chat.

 


Nathan Adrian nominated for three Golden Goggles

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Bremerton’s Nathan Adrian has been nominated for three 2012 Golden Goggles awards.

The Golden Goggles are USA Swimming’s equivalent for the Emmy’s.

Adrian was nominated for the male athlete of the year, along with Ryan Lochte, Michael Phelps and Matt Grevers, as well as race of the year for his performance in the 100-yard freestyle and the 400 medley relay. Adrian beat favorite James Magnussen of Australia by .001 seconds.

The awards are Nov. 19 at the Marquis Marriott Hotel in New York. Adrian also won gold in the 400 medley relay and a silver in the 400 free relay.

You can vote by going to this link.


More Team USA videos of Nathan Adrian

Saturday, October 6th, 2012

Team USA released three more videos on Nathan Adrian and his visit home to Bremerton after winning two gold medals and a silver at the 2012 Olympics in London.

The first video is entitled Nathan Adrian Qualified — Hometown Hero. The video showcases the City of Bremerton honoring Nathan, including his street naming ceremony in August.

The second video, Nathan Adrian Qualified — Champion’s Return, the Adrian’s reflect on Nathan growing up in Bremerton.

The third is a look back at how the Bremerton native achieved the ultimate dream of any swimmer with interviews by his family, coach, teammates and yes, yours truly.

Here’s the link for that video.


Marvin settling in with Jazz

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Here’s a story out of Utah about how Bremerton’s Marvin Williams is fitting in with the Jazz. Biggest revelation from the story? Marvin likes table tennis so much, he keeps his own paddle in his backpack.
Sounds like Marvin Williams and Mo Williams are going to have this problem all season.
Here’s what the Jazz experienced during their first practice a few days ago. The first preseason game is Monday.


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