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Bob Bowman (coach)

lördag, augusti 12th, 2017

Robert Bowman (April 6, 1965) is an American swimming coach who is the current head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils swimming and diving teams of Arizona State University. Bowman is best known as the coach of record-breaking American swimmer Michael Phelps. From 2005 to 2008, Bowman served as the head coach for the Michigan Wolverines swimming and diving team of the University of Michigan men’s swimming & diving team. From 2008 to 2015, he worked as the CEO and head coach for North Baltimore Aquatic Club.

In 2015, USA Swimming appointed him the head coach of the men’s U.S. 2016 Olympic Team.

Bowman was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina where he attended Columbia High School. He has a younger sister, Donna Bowman best water bottle for running, who works at Chapin Middle School as a computer teacher.

In 1986–87, Bowman was a coach at the Area Tallahassee Aquatic Club and also served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Florida State University. Bowman swam for the Seminoles from 1983 to 1985, serving as a team captain in his final year. Bowman graduated from Florida State with a bachelor of science degree in developmental psychology and a minor in music composition in 1987. While at Florida State, Bowman was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Bowman held assistant coaching positions with the (1991–92), the Cincinnati Pepsi Marlins (1990–91), and the Las Vegas Gold swim team (1988–90).

Bowman was also the head coach and program director for the Birmingham Swim League from 1992 to 1994. While with the Birmingham Swim League, he was responsible for program design, staff development and daily operation of a 250-member club. Under his supervision, BSL improved to a top five program regionally after finishing out of the top 20 the previous 10 years.

From 1994 to 1997, Bowman served as head coach for the .

Prior to becoming the Men’s head coach at Michigan, Bowman coached for nine years (1996–2004) at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) in Baltimore, Maryland. From 1996 to 1999 he held the position of senior coach; and from 1999 to 2004 he was NBAC’s High Performance Coach. During his tenure in Baltimore, Bowman helped to produce three individual national champions, ten national finalists and five U.S. National Team members. In recognition of his accomplishments, Bowman was named the USA’s Coach of the Year in 2001 and 2003. He was also named Developmental Coach of the Year in 2002.

It was also during his work at NBAC that Bowman began coaching 23-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps. Under Bowman’s tutelage at the North Baltimore Aquatic club, Phelps won five World Championship gold medals and was named the American Swimmer of the Year from 2001 to 2004.

While at Michigan, Bowman worked closely with Greg Harden, then the sport administrator for swimming. Harden spoke often with both Bowman and Phelps during their time in Ann Arbor leading up to the 2008 Olympics, and he often helped one communicate better with the other. Bowman gives Harden some of the credit for all the success Team USA had in the pool in Beijing. Bowman even says Harden was one of the major reasons he came to Michigan in the first place. Bowman on Harden: “He’s a miracle worker. He made me a better coach, and a better person.”

Bowman was named as an assistant coach on the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team purple football socks, serving as the primary coach for Phelps. At the 2004 Games, Bowman helped coach Phelps to eight medals, including six gold medals and two bronze. Four years later best no leak water bottle, at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he coached Phelps to achieve eight Olympic gold medals, which had never been done before in a single Olympics.

In April 2008, Bowman announced that he would leave Michigan at the end of the 2008 USA Olympic Swim Trials (July 2008) and return to the North Baltimore Aquatic Club after the Beijing Olympics.

Bowman was added to the coaching roster to the 2012 London Olympics serving as an assistant coach for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team.

Bowman was hired as the new swim coach at Arizona State University in 2015.

On September 9, 2015, USA Swimming announced that Bowman would serve as the head coach of the men’s team for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team.

Rent (film)

onsdag, oktober 26th, 2016

Rent is a 2005 American musical drama film directed by Chris Columbus. It is an adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name, in turn based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera La bohème. The film depicts the lives of several Bohemians and their struggles with sexuality, drugs, paying their rent, and life under the shadow of AIDS. It takes place in the East Village of New York City from 1989 to 1990. The film features six of the original Broadway cast members reprising their roles.

On Christmas Eve, 1989, aspiring filmmaker Mark Cohen, and his roommate, Roger Davis, learn that the rent previously waived by their old friend and landlord, Benjamin “Benny” Coffin III, is due (”Rent”). Their former roommate Tom Collins shows up and gets mugged. Mark and Roger meet with Benny, who tells them he plans to evict the homeless from the nearby lot and build a cyber studio (”You’ll See”). He offers them free rent if they get Maureen, Mark’s ex-girlfriend, to cancel her protest against his plans, but they refuse.

A street drummer, Angel, finds Collins and they bond since they have AIDS. Roger, who is HIV-positive and a former drug addict, tries to compose his one last great song (”One Song Glory”). He’s visited by his downstairs neighbor, Mimi, an exotic dancer and heroin addict (”Light My Candle”).

On Christmas Day, Mark and Roger are visited by Collins and Angel (in drag), bearing gifts (”Today 4 U”). They invite Mark and Roger to attend Life Support, an AIDS support group. Roger turns them down, while Mark goes to fix Maureen’s sound equipment. He runs into Joanne, Maureen’s new girlfriend, who bonds with him as they discuss Maureen’s promiscuity (”Tango: Maureen”). Mark arrives at the Life Support meeting (”Life Support”). He films the meeting for the documentary he’s making about people living with HIV/AIDS.

Mimi visits Roger (”Out Tonight”). Roger, whose ex-girlfriend died of HIV/AIDS, rebukes her advances and throws her out (”Another Day”). The next day, he joins Mark, Collins and Angel at a Life Support meeting (”Will I?”) purple football socks. Leaving the meeting, the group imagines what it would be like to move to Santa Fe (”Santa Fe”). Roger and Mark leave to help Maureen set up for her performance bottled water glass, and Angel and Collins reveal they are falling in love (”I’ll Cover You”). Maureen performs her song that calls out Benny for changing who he was when he got married and blames him for trying to shut down the tent city (”Over the Moon”). The performance starts a riot because Benny called in police to make sure the protest stayed peaceful, but it escalated into violence. Once the protest is over, the group goes to The Life Cafe and celebrates Mark selling his riot footage to a local news station (”La Vie Boheme”). Roger and Mimi reveal they are falling for each other, and reveal they are HIV positive (”I Should Tell You”). They share a kiss and continue celebrating with their friends (”La Vie Boheme B”).

On New Years Day, Benny has padlocked the apartment, but Angel breaks the lock with a garbage can. Mark takes a job at Buzzline, the news station he sold his riot footage to. After another fight, Maureen proposes to Joanne; the relationship ends when Maureen flirts with another woman at the engagement party (”Take Me or Leave Me”). After being persuaded by Mimi, his ex-girlfriend, Benny gives the group back their apartment. Over the following year, Roger grows distrustful of Mimi, and their relationship ends (”Without You”). Angel’s condition gets worse and he dies in Collins’ arms. At Angel’s funeral, the group goes their separate ways after a bitter argument (”I’ll Cover You/Goodbye Love”).

Roger sells his guitar, buys a car, and moves to Santa Fe. He returns because he still loves Mimi. Mark quits his job at Buzzline to pursue his own film (”What You Own”). On Christmas Eve, 1990, Mark and Roger reunite with Collins, who reveals he has reprogrammed an ATM to dispense cash when someone inputs A-N-G-E-L. Joanne and Maureen find Mimi on the streets, near death. Mimi and Roger reconcile and he sings the song he has written over the past year (”Finale A/Your Eyes”). Mimi appears to die, but suddenly awakens. She tells them that she was heading to the light, but Angel told her to go back. As Mark’s documentary is shown for the first time, the friends reaffirm that there is ”no day but today” (”Finale B”)

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Rent was filmed in Super 35 mm film format. Some exterior scenes were actually filmed in New York. The Life Cafe scene was shot in a warehouse in Alameda, CA. The New York East Village was a backlot set at Warner Bros; the interior and remaining exterior shots were filmed in San Francisco. Some additional exterior scenes where filmed in San Diego, ”Take Me or Leave Me” is filmed inside the famed Filoli House in Woodside, California (San Mateo County, California), Oakland, and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 46% based on reviews from 170 critics, with an average rating of 5.8 out of 10. The site’s critic consensus reads, ”Fans of the stage musical may forgive Rent its flaws, but weak direction, inescapable staginess and an irritating faux-boho pretension prevent the film from connecting on screen.” On another review aggregator, Metacritic, the film received a score of 53 out of 100 based on 35 reviews, indicating ”mixed or average reviews”.

In addition to four deleted scenes, the DVD release includes an alternate ending, showing all the main characters (including Benny, who was not present in the other ending) except Angel standing in the positions where they were during the ”Seasons of Love” opening, all standing in a line of spotlights, with Angel’s spot empty. Later in the scene, he enters from the side and walks down the line to take his place, stopping as he passes Collins to take his hand for a moment. Although this tableau is used in the finale of the musical, it was dropped from the film for fear that audiences may have wondered why Angel had returned or why the characters were lined up on stage again. In the commentary, Chris Columbus adds that he ”didn’t want audiences to think that everything was okay and Angel was alive again.”

Rent: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to the 2005 film of the same name. The two-disc soundtrack, containing 28 tracks, was originally packaged in eight different slipcovers, each featuring one of the eight most prominent characters in the film.

Disc 1

Disc 2

In promotion for the film wholesale sock monkeys, Warner Brothers had dance remixes of several of the songs commissioned. These were sent to clubs, and were also made of available for purchase on CD and download.


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