1. OSPF Multi-Area and Special Areas 1/1


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    • Women in Sports Media: Obstacles, Opportunities and Observations


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      The National Sports Journalism Center’s “Women in Sports Media: Obstacles, Opportunities and Observations” discussion looked at why few sports journalists are female, with a few panelists predicting the situation is getting worse. The discussion ranged from the continued instances of harassment of women sports journalists to the lack of gender diversity in sports departments. Tim Franklin, director of the National Sports Journalism Center, hosted the panel. Panelists included Michael Anastasi, managing editor for sports of The Salt Lake Tribune and incoming president of the Associated Press Sports Editors; Christine Brennan, award-winning columnist for USA Today and commentator for ABC News, CNN and NPR; Dave Goren, executive director of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association; Ann Killion, author and contributing writer for Sports Illustrated; and Shelley Smith, correspondent for ESPN’s SportsCenter. The panel was moderated by Pamela Laucella, academic director of the National Sports Journalism Center. The event was co-sponsored by the Association for Women in Sports Media, the APSE and NSSA.

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      • Inside The US Open


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        Panel discussion held June 6, 2011 at Rock Barn Golf & Spa. Panelists: Two-time US Open champ Billy Casper US Open champ Jerry Pate Charlotte Observer golf writer Ron Green, Jr. Moderator: Dave Goren, NSSA Executive Director

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        • NSSA's Women In Sports Media Issues Forum, May 14, 2011


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          On May 14th, 2011, NSSA held its first Women in Sports Media Issues Forum. Featured panelists Lesley Visser (CBS Sports), Katy Brown (KATU-TV, Portland, OR), Jenni Carlson (Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK), and Mary Jo Perino (WLEX-TV, Lexington, KY) discussed serious (and sometimes not so serious) issues that they have dealt with and in some cases, are still dealing with as female members of the media.

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          • Golf: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow


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            NSSA Executive Director Dave Goren moderates a roundtable discussion about professional golf and The Champions Tour.

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            • Tom Curren


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              It was such an honor to chat with surfing legend and musician, Tom Curren, during a recent stop in Portland, OR. He performed two wonderful acoustic songs for us and talked about what happiness means to him, how critical he is of his own songwriting, and music that lifts him up. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Tom Curren. Follow Tom Curren on Twitter at www.twitter.com/currenspam Stay connected with The Happiness Treatment by following us at www.twitter.com/happinesstreat Tom Curren (born July 3, 1964, in Santa Barbara, California) is an American surfer. He was born to father Pat (big-wave legend and shaper) and mother Jeanine. His brother Joe is also a professional surfer and popular photographer and he also has a sister named Anna. Curren grew up raised primarily by his mother, and spent much of his free time in the ocean. Taught to surf by his father, who was a big wave rider, Curren drew on his lineage and had a natural affinity for the ocean and the long sectioning point surf of Rincon Point, near his home in Santa Barbara. He progressed quickly and drew the attention of the surf media. Curren also was a natural competitor and contrary to his introverted personality, reveled in heated competitions in the NSSA, which at the time was California's premier amateur surfing body. Slowly, he was seeded into professional events and he handily beat all comers. By the time Curren hit the ASP World Tour in 1983, he was taking out veteran pros such as Rabbit Bartholomew, Shaun Tomson, and Cheyne Horan. He really hit his stride in 1985, and took down his first world title. He was world champion three times - 1985, 1986, 1990, and won 33 championship events in his professional career, a total only bested by Kelly Slater. He achieved near-mythical status both for his competitive drive and for his smooth, powerful surfing style. He made a high-profile decision to retire from competitive surfing in the mid-1990s. He led the surfing revolution in the early '80s and inspired many of the surfers today, showing them how to surf a wave. Curren is a fascinating study in contradictions; he has a surfing style that at combines smooth, rhythmic, seamlesslesly linked maneuvers with blinding speed,raw power, and unique check turns and body English. He seems to relish victory and the spoils that come with it, and yet he is unassuming, publicity shy, and extremely private. It is these compelling characteristics that endear him to global surfing community. Curren still surfs in contests on the ASP World Qualifying Series (WQS.) He is also often invited to surf in World Championship Tour (WCT) trials or contests as a wildcard. He has competed in the Annual Switchfoot Bro-Am Surf Contest for 3 years in a row, surfing on the Switchfoot team. In his five year rise to World Surfing Champion, Curren led the way in cutting edge, perfectly tuned performance. Despite his youth, Curren was acknowledged as one of surfing's true geniuses and a soulful original. He single handedly challenged the surfing community in almost every area of surfing's culture and altered the mindset of hundreds of thousands of surfers around the world. Riding under a contract with surfboard company Channel Islands, Tom Curren developed a memorable surfing career co-producing and riding many pro surfboard models such as the Black Beauty and the Red Beauty. BIO COURTISEY OF WIKIPEDIA

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              • Lucas Angulo Winter Surf Season 08/09


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                Lucas Angulo, 11 years old, from Hanalei, HI surfing contests, fun stuff, outside waves, doing tricks and finding the barrel. Sponsored by MADA, Ocean Minded and Body Glove.

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                • NSSA 2011-2012


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                  A look at NSSA's history, its Awards Weekend and the long relationship with its hometown of Salisbury, NC.

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                  • Vision Steppers & Shades of Vision At NSSA Nationals 2013


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                    The Vision Steppers & Shades of Vision Open and Compete at the National Step Show Alliance (NSSA) NAtional High School Step competition 2013 in Nashville TN.

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                    • Kamehameha Surf Team NSSA 2011 Salt Creek


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                      Kamehameha Surf Team takes on Salt Creek for High School and Middle School Surfing Championships in Dana Point, CA.

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