Mutaz Essa Barshim is a Qatari track and field athlete who specialises in the high jump. He is the national record and Asian record holder with a best mark of 2.43 m (7 ft 111⁄2 in). He was the Asian Indoor and World Junior champion in 2010. He won the high jump gold medals at the 2011 Asian Athletics Championships and 2011 Military World Games, and he won the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympic Games held in London, with a height of 2.29 m (7′ 6″). He jumps off his left foot, using the Fosbury Flop technique, with a pronounced backwards arch over the bar.
Sam Rochford (pronounced ROTCH-ford) is a 25 year old Connecticut native now living in Nashville where she was formerly an on-air correspondent for 650 AM WSM’s “Nashville Today” show hosted by Devon O’Day. Prior to moving to Nashville, she was the host of “Markov Music” on Boston’s popular internet radio station, WEMF. Sam has been […]
Todd Barrow is making a name for himself as a country artist to watch. The Texas singer-songwriter has racked up more than a few accolades, from a PRSA Award of Excellence, an Akademia Award for Best Country Album, and an artist spotlight in Alternative Roots Magazine, American Pride Magazine and AVA Radio. He has appeared […]
Q:Let’s talk a bit about your work and what is the secret behind your success ? A : In my opinion, modeling is fun, but not as easy as it might seem. Especially in the beginning. I think that being patient, friendly and kind is important. Also, I love really love my job, and i […]