Brooke and I sat outside her gym, Crucible Crossfit, and talked about her life as a Crossfitter. She's the 22nd fittest woman in the world right now, and is going to Regionals this year as part of team, "Forging The Warrior." She thinks in athletics you never reach the pinnacle, you always want to get more out of yourself. I agree.
I caught up with Philip in his backyard in Atlantic Beach, Florida. He dropped out of high school and moved to Colorado to become an artist; now he's back in Florida, as the man he always thought he could be
Guard for the Westchester Knicks, Buay Tuach had me over to his place in White Plains, NY to talk life in the G-League. The G-League is the NBA minor leagues, and Buay is confident he'll make it to The League. He's seen guys with his level make it, and now all he needs is his shot
Guillermo Canas got up to #8 in the ATP World Rankings, and had a magnificent career at the top of the game. He said he spent too much energy worrying about his ranking though, and that he wishes he had known that whatever ranking he had was not going to change his life.
He get's no monetary support from the Jamaican Tennis Federation, even though he's the #1 ranked player there. Randy and I were playing Futures in the Dominican Republic and sat down to talk about his career, playing for Jamaica, and how long he'll keep playing the game at the minor league level
Ranked #1133 in the ATP Doubles Rankings right now, Ian is about to start his full-time professional career at the end of May. We split a hotel room in the Dominican Republic for 3 weeks while we played Futures there in December. Ian has since won the National Indoor Championship,the ACC Title, and is hoping to win NCAA's this month while playing #1 Doubles for Wake Forest, then begins the climb to the ATP Top 100