This week we've got an awesome guest for you! Literally since
this Podcast's birth I've been wanting to have him and this week we
lassoed him in. One of the most overall talented people I know, the
only person I'd let read bedtime stories to me (other than Morgan
Freeman), extremely accomplished Emmy Award Winning (and who I am
very blessed to able to call him a good friend - Ian Eagle) If you
watch any sport on the thing called the television you have
probably heard his voice, and been mesmerized by it. His
story, one of the most motivational I have heard - true inspiration
of what it means to follow your dreams, never let anyone tell you
no, and how to prepare every day to be the best individual, the
best in his field, just the epitome of a super high level performer
that is making a positive impact on society.
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3pters of the week!
Since we have arguably one of the best sports broadcasters of
all time on the podcast this week we're going to stick with theme
of sporting events.
I'm going to hit you with my top 3 sporting events I have
personally been to, the top 3 sporting rivalries you might not know
about, and the top 3 sporting events on my bucket list.
3. Tie between sumo wrestling in Osaka Japan, heated soccer
games in the slums of Brazil, and watching Manny Paciqou coach and
play for his basketball team his is also the GM for. Yep. Not a
whole lot else you can say about that.
2. Kentucky Derby
1. London Olympics 2012
Top 3 sporting rivalries you might not know about
3. Australia vs. New Zealand Rugby
2. India vs. Pakistan Cricket
1. Kobiashi vs. Joey Chestnut Nathans 4th of july hot dog
Bucket list sporting event
Running with the Bulls in Pamplona Spain
THANK YOU TO IAN
Super cool to hear the inspiration from Ian - Having a dream,
having a goal and taking a step every day to reach that
And so cool to know that really anyone can do what they set
their mind to. I know it might sound cliche to say that. But I know
you can, I'm living proof, Ian is living proof. It's all about not
being afraid to take a risk, being comfortable with who you are,
and realizing failure is only failure if you don't take the
NOTES ON IAN & WHAT HE HAS
Open for Tennis
- Masters Online commentary of Amen corner 09
- Voice of the announcer for NBA
07, 08 and 09 for PSP
- NBA playoff announcing for NBA TV
- Hosts NBA Action, a weekly highlights and
features show for NBA TV
- Announces preseason New York
Jets telecasts on WCBS-TV in New
- Host of Nets Magazine, a look inside the New
Jersey Nets for the YES Network
- Voiceover for Modell's radio
commercials and in-store voiceovers
- Voice of NBA
Action from 2004–present
- Co-hosts Power Performances presented by Courtyard by
Marriott on CBS.Sportsline.com
- NFL Thursday Night games on Westwood
One, with Trent Green as
his color man
- Lee Myles Commercials
- On the song Games by Dog Eat
- Voice of announcer on NBA Shootout video game series by 989
HOW TO FOLLOW IAN
WATCH SPORTS ON TV!!!!