Jeff and Alex welcome former competitors turned promoters Richard Osborn Jr and Joey Perry to the show and discuss all things promoting in sport karate. Topics include worst complaints, weirdest moments, why aren't divisions combined, should their be an underbelt grand championship and much more!
Adventist Voices by Spectrum: The Journal of the Adventist Forum
Richard Osborn, PhD, talks about his missionary upbringing, early connection to Spectrum, and how he got his start leading educational institutions. Dick, who recently retired as the Vice President of the WASC Senior College and University Commission and was the former president of Pacific Union College shares some lessons about what’s worked and what hasn’t in schools and Adventist life. Dr. Osborn is Board Advisor/Member: Loma Linda University Health, Los Angeles Pacific University, Pacifica Graduate Institute, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States University, University of Silicon Andhra, Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA), Charles Weniger Foundation, NAD Higher Ed Task Force
Lucky Letcord Podcast: Richard Osborn of BNP Paribas Open on Legends Old and New
The Lucky Letcord Podcast
Today on the Lucky Letcord Podcast we are joined by BNPParibas.com writer Richard Osborn. The San Francisco resident has been covering the tennis beat for 20 years, and he spent many of those years with Bill Simons and Matt Cronin at Inside Tennis before moving on to work for ATPWorldTour.com, USOpen.org, BNPParibasopen.com and many other tennis publications. Richard joins Chris Oddo to chat about #BNPPO19. We take a close look at the older players making serious waves in the draw, starting with 37-year-old Roger Federer and of course moving on to 38-year-old Venus Williams and 40-year-old Ivo Karlovic. Then we look at the teenagers with a keen eye on the explosion known as Bianca Andreescu. The 18-year-old has been a true revelation this week in California. We discuss the ever evolving hardcourt prowess of Dominic Thiem and talk about tennis paradise, looking at the evolution of the BNP Paribas Open over the years and what makes this event so special. Follow Richard's work at https://bnpparibasopen.com/ -- just google Richard Osborn bnp paribas open and you'll get TONS of articles. Also follow him on Twitter at @RWOsborn. Don't forget to rate/review/subscribe to the Lucky Letcord Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lucky-letcord-podcast/id1141129184Or hit us up on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2Gp7fldUc5oL8kZjzW9tdI Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Richard Osborn Jr. Comes to Throwdown with Elijah Bailey!
The Elijah Bailey Show
Richard and Elijah sit down and talk martial arts and sports karate tournaments with the motivator, the innovator, the hardest working man in the independent sports karate tournament scene, Mr. Richard Osborn Jr. You can find today's special guest of Facebook by searching Richard Osborn Jr. and on Twitter at @ozzyjr78. You can register and get information on one of the biggest tournaments in the nation The Ozark Mountain Nationals by following on Facebook at Ozark Mountain Nationals Open Martial Arts Tournament, on Twitter at @OzarkNationals, on Instagram at @OzarkMountainNationals or go to www.ozarkmountainnationals.com Visit our sponsors: Vector Roofing on Twitter @VectorRoof or on Facebook at Vector Roofing and 2 Doors Realty at www.twodoorsrealty.com. You can find more episodes of The Elijah Bailey Show on Podbean, iTunes, Podcast Addict, Stitcher Radio and Overcast. If you have any questions for our hosts you can reach us on Twitter at @ElijahBaileySho, on Instagram at @ElijahBaileySho and on Facebook at The Elijah Bailey Show. You can also go to www.BlackenStudios.com to search for the show and all its episodes.
I'm still growing as a martial artist, I'm still trying to build. And I'm still trying to bring people along with me... Today we're joined by Mr. Richard Osborn, a taekwondo practitioner, school owner, competitor and event promoter from Missouri. Mr. Osborn speaks warmly about his time as a competitor, often waking up early to travel hundreds of miles to attend an event. We've had some guests that have had strong ties to the competitive world, but perhaps none has been more influenced by their time in competition than Mr. Osborn. For full show notes, please visit http://www.whistlekickmartialartsradio.com/034-richard-osborn