sporting life

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Welham was based in Malton when he worked for The Sporting Life and Daily Express in the early 1960s before becoming racing secretary to Pat Rohan - in the days that Sir Michael Stoute was his assistant - and then Frank Carr before taking up his role with Robinson.
Acri said that under the partnership, several of The Buzz's radio personalities will provide editorial content for Sporting Life.
Angus, who has been described as "a charismatic, bespectacled, 6ft 4in giant", joined the Sporting Life in 1962.
Our Sporting Life is part of an initiative created by the Sports Heritage Network which has seen a nationwide programme of community exhibitions bring together objects and memories to tell the story of great British sport.
One of the great ironies of sporting life is that John took a sabbatical for a few weeks and now he's in to mind Cian
This Sporting Life was regarded at the time of its release in 1963 as part of the emerging British new wave of cinema.
THIS SPORTING LIFE 12A, 134mins, opens Friday, June 5 THIS reissue of director Lindsay Anderson's classic 1963 drama is a chance to see Richard Harris at his best as hard, ambitious rugby league player Frank Machin, set against the backdrop of the 1960s North.
Sporting life for the practice of perfection, chosen to represent the present collection.
Your sporting life just got sci-fi with the release of new Nike MaxSight lenses ($60 for a three-month supply).
Here's Frank Malley of The Sporting Life, writing online after the announcement: ``There are moments in sport which are so dramatic and awe-inspiring that they are simply unforgettable.
An average of 2000 people a day have been joining over the last six weeks in response to extensive in-store marketing with Easyeverything cafes, co-branded marketing across all Trinity Mirror sites such as ic24, Sporting Life, The Mirror and The Daily Record, and a nationwide student campaign throughout UK universities.
Responding to consumers who want to use elements related to their favorite recreation, Waverly will introduce Sporting Life this spring for fall 2000.
A betting shop manager yesterday accepted undisclosed libel damages over a suggestion in The Sporting Life that he was a fraudster and a con man.
The remaining parts are designed to reinforce Nike's involvement with sporting life, celebrities and new technology.
Schwartz said the Sportsman's Index can be taken as indicative of the cost of the outdoor sporting life since the CPI is based on the same comparison in the cost of consumer goods that is commonly used to indicate increases in the cost of living.