Olympic snowboarder and contestant on the Amazing Race, Andy Finch talks about the importance of mentoring in his life
Sound track: “Silence” by Fades Away
Uploaded by thisizmystory on Sep 27, 2011
Olympic snowboarder and contestant on the Amazing Race, Andy Finch talks about his life and some of the crazy things that have happened to him and how he’s dealt these things.
How a career change affects those in professional sports
Uploaded by IN5tv on Dec 4, 2011
YOUR QUESTIONS. THEIR ANSWERS. – Amazing Race contestant, Professional snowboarder, Olympian, husband, surfer, mountaineer, river drifter and Truckee beard local living near Tahoe, California.
Andy is asked about dealing with CHANGE, and shares his perspective on recent changes in his own life. The first of several episodes. Special thanks to the Finch family for their hospitality and willingness to share this moment with us.
Music: Kronos Quartet (opening), This Will Destroy You
Director of Photography: Russell Brownley
Second Camera: Zak Shelhamer
Produced/Edited: David Kelly
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“You will crash and burn when you put yourself on a pedestal” Pro-Surfer Matt Beacham
Uploaded by IN5tv on Jul 14, 2011
David Tyree talks about marriage
David Mikel Tyree (born January 3, 1980) is a retired American football wide receiver and special teams player. He was drafted by the New York Giants in the sixth round of the 2003 NFL Draft. He played college football at Syracuse University.
He is best known for his helmet catch on the Giants’ final drive of Super Bowl XLII in the last few minutes of the fourth quarter, that was instrumental to the Giants’ final-minute touchdown and a 17–14 victory over the previously undefeated New England Patriots. During the play, Eli Manning avoided being sacked and threw a deep pass over the middle of the field which Tyree caught and pinned to the top of his helmet during his jump. He managed to keep control of the ball on his way to the ground while being tackled by safety Rodney Harrison.