Episode 233: Ep 234: Trak Talk - "Chris Parrish" (Pro Racer, Ghetto Customs/1st Twins Cup Pro Champion)
A man of many talents. A man with a lot of speed. The very first MotoAmerica Twins Cup Champion. Chris Parrish and his partner Beth travel the country racing on the pro level, chasing the young kids and often beating them. Here is another great story.
2018 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Champion Chris Parrish joins us on this special bonus episode of Pit Pass Moto! The Tennessean tells us what it was like being back at Road America, the importance of prep work and the secret to what keeps him racing. He also explains why he's keeping his business, GC Services, a one-man operation.Follow Chris on Facebook and Instagram! MotoAmerica, the home of the AMA Superbike Championship - featuring 190 mph Superbikes, is the OFFICIAL sponsor of Pit Pass Moto!Follow MotoAmerica on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!5 ways to watch MotoAmerica races if you can’t attend: MotoAmerica Live+ all day live streaming FS2 – LIVE Sat and Sun Superbike races Then, in the days after race weekend: MotoAmerica Rewind and Junior Cup class on FS2 Supersport class on MAVTV Plus! get the backstory and technology insights on Inside MotoAmerica on NBCSN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Parrish is a giant among giants. The Tower has won the Moomba Masters. He's won the Masters, twice. He's a 7 time national champion and a 4 time World Record Holder. Ever since his debut as a pro skier at the 1996 nationals, in the open men slalom division, Parrish has been a consistent threat in the slalom course. His technique has been studied by anyone who cares to understand the way skiing works. He's got too many accomplishments to list. And his character, well....he is probably one of the most unique and genuine folks in the sport. Its hard not to like Chris Parrish....and this sit down chat with MB is Parrish at his best. Hope you all enjoy!
Chris Parrish won the inaugural MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship in 2018 and ended up fourth in the series standings in 2019. For 2020, the Tennessean will be armed with Andy Palmer Yamahas and ready for an all-out assault on recapturing his crown. We took Parrish away from working on his bikes at Palmer's shop in Minnesota to chat with Carruthers and Bice for this week's Off Track Podcast. Instagram: @ghettocustoms128Twitter: @ghettocustomsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.parrish.7399Support the show (http://motoamerica.com)
In this Christmas episode of The Water Ski Podcast, Matteo sits down with the one and only Chris Parrish!Chris is among the very best skiers to ever attack the slalom course, with multiple Pro titles in his career and a three-time World Record Holder.Some of the things Matteo and CP talked about:CP's early steps in the sportHis early influences in the sport, including his dream of becoming a jumperHis breakthrough moments and early victoriesThe role of his dad in his skiingChris' approach to technique.Key moments with Andy Mapple, Bob LaPoint, Lucky Lowe, Wade Cox, and othersWhat fuels his drive to continue to compete these days… and much more!Check out CP on the HO Syndicate website, and follow him on Instagram.Take a few seconds to write a review of the podcast on Apple Podcasts, it really helps :-) … and let's keep the momentum going!If you are enjoying this podcast, please consider a donation.
Multi time WERA champion Chris Parrish is currently in fifth place of the standings in theMotoAmerica Twins Cup after winning the Twins cup championship in 2018. Parrish currentlyhas three podium finishes, including a win at VIRginia International Raceway in May. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The MotoAmerica Twins Cup starts its second season of racing this coming weekend at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta and we put last year's two protagonists on the hottest with our podcast... right from the racetrack on the eve of the opening practice sessions for the 2019 season. Listen in to hear what Chris Parrish and Jason Madama have to say about last year and the lead up to this season's action.Chris ParrishInstagram: @ghettocustoms128Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.parrish.7399Jason MadamaInstagram: @213hammerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mad.hammer.5Support the show (http://motoamerica.com)
In this episode, we hear from Christopher Parrish, senior vice president and portfolio general manager at 2U. 2U is what’s sometimes known as an online program management, or OPM, provider. OPM providers are for-profit companies that partner with non-profit universities to develop, launch, and sustain online degree programs, especially graduate and professional programs. In this interview, John Sloop, Vanderbilt’s associate provost for education development and technologies, talks with Chris Parrish from 2U about 2U’s model for online education, why 2U’s standard university partnership is a ten-year commitment, and where Chris Parrish sees online education going in the next decade. John also gets one of the most surprising answers to our closing question we’ve had yet. You’ll find this interview a lively one!Links• Christopher Parrish’s LinkedIn page, https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-parrish-047a50a/• @c_parrish8 on Twitter, https://twitter.com/c_parrish8• Phil Hill’s spring 2018 overview of the online program management (OPM) landscape, https://mfeldstein.com/online-program-management-market-landscape-s2018/ • Leading Lines Episode 20: Andrew Van Schaack, Catherine Loss, and Paul Speer, http://leadinglinespod.com/episodes/episode-020-andrew-van-schaack-catherine-loss-paul-speer/
Chris Parrish has been racing since 2003 and has competed in hundreds of lightweight twin and endurance races throughout his career. He is a multiple time WERA Champion. Parrish won the inaugural 2018 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship. He finished with 147 points, which included six podiums and two first-place finishes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 28 - Surviving with Purple Iris Foundation founder Chris Parrish
Project Purple Podcast
Chris Parrish calls in to the podcast to share her survival story, give some valuable advice to those facing a pancreatic cancer diagnosis, and talk about her own organization, The Purple Iris Foundation.