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.
Real estate writer and political essayist, D. Sidney Potter, seen here in 2019, is working on his third book, The Broker, due for an early 2020 release. His first two books, The Flip, and The Essayist, released in 2011 and 2017, respectively, received critical claim from New York Times bestsellers, celebrities, think tankers and politicians […]
Tell us a little about yourself? I’m Hefe Heetroc, born in Rochester, NY. Traveled & lived all over California, always looking for an adventure How long have you been in the music industry? I really started taking music seriously in 2011, but I’ve been playing guitar since I was 19, so too friggin’ long lol […]
1) Skull And Headphones, thank you for being part of our interview. Where are you from and where do you call home? I’m really from North Bergen a town on the west bank of the Hudson River In New Jersey, overlooking the New York City skyline one the best views in the world. I now […]