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All-American Trap http://sunrisevideo.com/
 
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http://sunrisevideo.com/ This is a preview of Sunrise Productions newest trap DVD, All-American Trap DVD with Mitchel Loveless II. In this 90 minute DVD Mitchell covers all of the trap disciplines, singles, doubles and handicap.Description
Views: 25060 ssunprod
All-American Trap Shooting Instruction DVD with Mitchel Loveless II
 
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Mitchel has accomplished recognition in Trapshooting that few can match. He is a 16 time All-American, 2011 Grand American All-Around Champion, 25 TN State Championships, 22 TN State Teams, became the youngest TN State Hall of Fame Inductee in 2010, and the youngest to win an All-Around State Championship at the age of 13. Mitchel's goal is not to drastically change your style, but give you the information and tools needed to fine tune your game. Whether you're new to Trapshooting or reached a plateau and not sure what to try next, check out this video that not only shows Mitchel's style of shooting, but also covers one eyed shooters, and each discipline of Trapshooting. There is not just one way to shoot trap, but definitely methods that have been proven successful! To purchase this DVD visit www.MitchelLovelessII.com
Views: 19959 Mitchel Loveless
All American Sports Fest 2014
 
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This past 4th of July weekend Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks, API, and Baltimore Washington Medical Center organized the 2014 All American Sports Fest. It was a fantastic turnout with huge numbers of people coming out to participate in the Firecracker 5k at Kinder Farm Park, Baseball, Soccer, and Softball tournaments at Lake Shore and Bachman Athletic Complex, as well as a Track and Field meet at Northeast High School. It was an awesome event with lots of people involved and participating so if you're interested come and join us next year!
Views: 118 AARecParks
2017 FLW TV | T-H Marine BFL All-American | Pickwick Lake
 
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Only the best of the best weekend anglers qualify to fish in the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League All-American. The annual championship features a stacked field - true hammers - of the nation's best, which usually sets up a closely contested tournament. But not this year. Winning Story: https://www.flwfishing.com/news/2017-06-03-deakins-dominates-all-american Subscribe for more great fishing content. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FLWFishing/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/flwfishing/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/flwfishing Snapchat - https://www.snapchat.com/add/flwofficial FLW Website - https://www.flwfishing.com/
Views: 80363 FLW Fishing
2017 All American Cross Country Camp Week 1
 
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Camp Highlight video from the 1st session of the 2017 adidas All-American Cross Country Camp
Views: 731 raleightrackclub
Greensburg Distortion 2009 (All American Paintball Park)
 
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MXL team Distortion. A few practices in the 2009 season. All American Paintball Park.
Views: 1251 MrMetroMedia
Check out the cast of All-American playing some football!
 
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Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 presented the world premiere of ALL-AMERICAN, by Julia Brownell, directed by Evan Cabnet; October 24 -- November 19, 2011 at The Duke on 42nd Street. The cast of ALL-AMERICAN plays some football in the park. Click here for more information about the show: http://www.lct.org/showMain.htm?id=206
Views: 1291 LincolnCenterTheater
Soap Box Derby, 2nd Annual All American 1935 General Motors; Akron, Ohio
 
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Sports & Recreation playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_LKphQUwt_unkKmFSZkTXTO Chevrolet Films by Jam Handy playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_LtIyZffHmSLqooV0BTP8Ou more at http://quickfound,net Early Soap Box Derby competition in Akron, Ohio. From Chevrolet Leader News Vol. 1 No. 1 Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soap_Box_Derby Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Soap Box Derby is a youth soapbox car racing program which has been run in the United States since 1934. World Championship finals are held each July at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio. Cars competing in this and related events are unpowered, relying completely upon gravity to move... History In the wake of the first car races, local kid auto races took place in the US at a very early stage. In 1914 the motion picture Kid Auto Races at Venice starring Charlie Chaplin was shown in the cinemas. In 1933 Myron Scott, a photographer for Dayton, Ohio newspaper Dayton Daily News, put together an impromptu race for 19 boys. There was so much interest that Scott arranged a bigger race, with prize money for August 19. "An amazing crowd of 362 kids showed up with homemade cars built of orange crates, sheet tin, wagon and baby-buggy wheels...." The following year, the first All-American race was held on August 19. The national winner was Robert Turner of Muncie, IN, who made his car from the wood of a saloon bar. In 1935 the race was moved to Akron because of its central location and hilly terrain. An accident in 1935 captured the public's interest, and boosted the event's profile. A car went off the track and struck NBC's top commentator and sportscaster Graham McNamee while he was broadcasting live on the air. Despite a concussion and other injuries (which would necessitate a two-week hospital stay), McNamee described the collision to his listeners and finished his broadcast. In 1936, Akron civic leaders recognized the need for a permanent track site for the youth racing classic and, through the efforts of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), Derby Downs became a reality. In 1946, the town of Mission, British Columbia acquired the rights to the Western Canada Soapbox Derby Championships and the Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce, previously named the Mission City & District Board of Trade, organized the event annually until 1973. During the All American Soapbox Derby's heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, when Chevrolet was a sponsor and famous TV and movie stars made guest appearances, as many as 70,000 people would gather in August to eat snow cones and cheer hundreds of youthful racer/builders (boys only in early years) ages 11--15 who were the champions of local races around the nation and from several foreign countries. In 1947, actor James Stewart was appearing in the Broadway play Harvey; in order to attend the event, he cancelled a weekend's worth of performances and refunds were issued to ticketholders. At its peak, the Derby was one of the top 5 sporting events in terms of attendance. Starting in 1993, the All-American Soap Box derby began the Rally World Championship. The Rally derby is a grand prix style of race in which each district, 10 in all, sends back a number of champions based on number of racers and races in each district. Today there are broader categories that extend the age range to younger racers and permit adults to assist in construction. This is especially helpful for younger children who cannot use power tools, as well as to provide an outlet for adults. Using standardized wheels with precision ball bearings, modern gravity-powered racers start at a ramp on top of a hill, attaining speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. Rally races and qualifying races in cities around the world use advanced timing systems that measure the time difference between the competing cars to the thousandth of a second to determine the winner of a heat. Each heat of a race lasts less than 30 seconds. Most races are double elimination races where a racer that loses a heat can work their way through the Challenger's Bracket in an attempt to win the overall race. The annual World Championship race in Akron, however, is a single elimination race which uses overhead photography, triggered by a timing system, to determine the winner of each heat. Approximately 500 racers compete in 2 or 3 car heats to determine a World Champion in each division...
Views: 1798 Jeff Quitney
2017 All American Tour Team Championship
 
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All American Tour Team Championship- Corsicana Country Club- Saturday, April 29- Sunday, April 30- Corsicana, TX
Views: 224 NTPGAJuniorGolf
2017 All American Cross Country Camp Week 3
 
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Highlights from the 3rd session of the 2017 All-American Cross Country Camp. July 23-28
Views: 696 raleightrackclub
2003 BFL All American -- Mobile Delta
 
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Fished May 28-30, 2003
Views: 1767 Lynn Dollar
Crosman All-American Field Target Championship
 
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https://www.crosman.com/connect/crosman-field-target-championship/ Upstate New York heats up in the summer with the largest field target event in the country. Shooters from across the country and many international competitors participate in the event hosted by Crosman Corporation in nearby Rush, NY at the Rochester Brooks International Skeet and Trap Club. Novice shooters to members of Team USA enjoy a challenging course, compete for titles, enjoy side matches, a factory tour and the camaraderie of the shooting sports. The event is free to the public. http://www.facebook.com/PyramydAirCom http://twitter.com/PyramydAir
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3rd Annual All American Soap Box Derby 1936 General Motors; Akron, Ohio
 
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Sports & Recreation playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_LKphQUwt_unkKmFSZkTXTO Chevrolet Films by Jam Handy playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_LtIyZffHmSLqooV0BTP8Ou more at http://quickfound,net 'Official film of early Soap Box Derby competition in Akron, Ohio; tribute to ingenuity of the American Boy.' Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soap_Box_Derby Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Soap Box Derby is a youth soapbox car racing program which has been run in the United States since 1934. World Championship finals are held each July at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio. Cars competing in this and related events are unpowered, relying completely upon gravity to move... History In the wake of the first car races, local kid auto races took place in the US at a very early stage. In 1914 the motion picture Kid Auto Races at Venice starring Charlie Chaplin was shown in the cinemas. In 1933 Myron Scott, a photographer for Dayton, Ohio newspaper Dayton Daily News, put together an impromptu race for 19 boys. There was so much interest that Scott arranged a bigger race, with prize money for August 19. "An amazing crowd of 362 kids showed up with homemade cars built of orange crates, sheet tin, wagon and baby-buggy wheels...." The following year, the first All-American race was held on August 19. The national winner was Robert Turner of Muncie, IN, who made his car from the wood of a saloon bar. In 1935 the race was moved to Akron because of its central location and hilly terrain. An accident in 1935 captured the public's interest, and boosted the event's profile. A car went off the track and struck NBC's top commentator and sportscaster Graham McNamee while he was broadcasting live on the air. Despite a concussion and other injuries (which would necessitate a two-week hospital stay), McNamee described the collision to his listeners and finished his broadcast. In 1936, Akron civic leaders recognized the need for a permanent track site for the youth racing classic and, through the efforts of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), Derby Downs became a reality. In 1946, the town of Mission, British Columbia acquired the rights to the Western Canada Soapbox Derby Championships and the Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce, previously named the Mission City & District Board of Trade, organized the event annually until 1973. During the All American Soapbox Derby's heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, when Chevrolet was a sponsor and famous TV and movie stars made guest appearances, as many as 70,000 people would gather in August to eat snow cones and cheer hundreds of youthful racer/builders (boys only in early years) ages 11--15 who were the champions of local races around the nation and from several foreign countries. In 1947, actor James Stewart was appearing in the Broadway play Harvey; in order to attend the event, he cancelled a weekend's worth of performances and refunds were issued to ticketholders. At its peak, the Derby was one of the top 5 sporting events in terms of attendance. Starting in 1993, the All-American Soap Box derby began the Rally World Championship. The Rally derby is a grand prix style of race in which each district, 10 in all, sends back a number of champions based on number of racers and races in each district. Today there are broader categories that extend the age range to younger racers and permit adults to assist in construction. This is especially helpful for younger children who cannot use power tools, as well as to provide an outlet for adults. Using standardized wheels with precision ball bearings, modern gravity-powered racers start at a ramp on top of a hill, attaining speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. Rally races and qualifying races in cities around the world use advanced timing systems that measure the time difference between the competing cars to the thousandth of a second to determine the winner of a heat. Each heat of a race lasts less than 30 seconds. Most races are double elimination races where a racer that loses a heat can work their way through the Challenger's Bracket in an attempt to win the overall race. The annual World Championship race in Akron, however, is a single elimination race which uses overhead photography, triggered by a timing system, to determine the winner of each heat. Approximately 500 racers compete in 2 or 3 car heats to determine a World Champion in each division...
Views: 618 Jeff Quitney
2004 BFL All American -- Lake Hamilton
 
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April 15 17,1998
Views: 1766 Lynn Dollar

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