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He said, “I had to find directions to the school because I didn’t know where Bob Jones was at the time.” Since arriving in Madison, Chambers has coached volleyball, basketball, swimming, and softball while adding the jobs as assistant athletic director and athletic director to his resume. He has led several projects at the school and in the Madison community during his three decades with the Patriots. He retired from coaching after the 2016 school year and posted an overall record with the softball team of 884 616 6, which included 19 winning seasons and 12 trips to the state playoffs.
American freestyle skier Ashley Caldwell loves the risk because she loves the reward, but at the Pyeongchang Olympics, there was no prize for her daring.The foremost envelope pusher in the dangerous sport of aerials failed to land either of her triple flipping jumps in qualifying Thursday.She didn’t crack the top 12 and will watch the final from the sidelines.It’s a loss for her, but also for the sport, where Caldwell is the only jumper in the field who consistently tries triples, whether in qualifying or the final.Last year, Caldwell won the World Championships by becoming the first woman to cleanly land a triple flipping, quadruple twisting jump in competition.The International Olympic Committee says it is sending home one of its members who was involved in an altercation with a security guard at the Pyeongchang Games.The IOC said Thursday that Adam Pengilly has apologized to the security guard and will leave the Olympics immediately.The IOC has apologized for Pengilly’s behavior. It says Pengilly will be interviewed by the IOC Ethics and Compliance officer and will leave the Olympics and South Korea afterward.The IOC also noted that Pengilly’s IOC membership will expire Feb. 25, the day of the closing ceremony.Pengilly competed at the Olympics in skeleton for Britain in 2006 and 2010.The Russian Paralympic Committee says 30 of its athletes have been approved to compete as neutrals at next month’s Pyeongchang Games.The RPC says the International Paralympic Committee “provisionally registered” the 30 athletes along with seven guides, who accompany blind athletes during competitions.The IPC didn’t confirm the Russian statement, telling The Associated Press on Thursday that it would not comment before announcing a final roster Feb.