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Orienteering Thinking Sport Champion Mindset # Two

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Orienteering Thinking Sport Champion Mindset # Two Champion Mindset AApo Summanen www.kayokoyoshikai.com www.SanDiegoOrienteering.org Share and Enjoy: … Read entire article »

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Orienteering-Thinking Sport Champion Mindset # One

Orienteering-Thinking Sport Champion Mindset # One Champion Mindset Aapo Summanen www.kayokoyoshikai.com Orienteering ” Thinking Sport” San Diego Orienteering Club hosted Anza-Borrego Desert O-Fest 2011 in January 15-17. People from all over the world came to this event. Aapo Summanen young man from Finland is one of the fierce competitor. Have you ever been lost in the woods and not know where you were at all? Did you wish you had a compass and map so you can figure out how to get back to a house or car? Orienteering is called the “Thinking Sport” where you use a compass and topographic map to find an orange and white triangle flags. The topographic map tells where the flags are in sequence. Every flag has a different code and you have to find the right flag … Read entire article »

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Tim Wakefield Offers Pitching Advice To 18-Year-Old Female Knuckleballer

Tim Wakefield Offers Pitching Advice To 18-Year-Old Female Knuckleballer Knuckle Princess Eri Yoshida visited her mentor, Red Sox knuckleballer Tim Wakefield, in Florida at a spring baseball camp last March. Eri had a chance to witness and study Wakefield’s knuckleball throw.Tim Wakefield is Eri Yoshida’s dream pitcher who invoked in her a hope of becoming a professional baseball player when she was only 13 years old. It was her first time meeting Tim Wakefield. Eri was having difficulties with throwing Knuckle balls consistently since she was self trained before she was going to join Chico Outlaws team. Tim Wakefield gave her some advice. And Tim Wakefield was impressed by her ability as well. Eri is trail blazer for many young girls who dreamed or … Read entire article »

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Knuckle Princes Eri Yoshida Drafted First Female Baseball Player In Japan

Knuckle Princes Eri Yoshida Drafted First Female Baseball Player In Japan At 16 years old High school girl April 2009 Eri Yoshida was drafted by Kobe 9 Cruse team. She was a first female baseball player in Japanese history to be drafted. At 155 centimeter tall and 56 kilograms, Eri was only a 16 year old high school student. Her dream was to be just like Boston Red Sox’ pitcher and knuckle ball thrower Tim Wakefield . If she can be just like Tim Wakefield she can hold down boys by knuckle ball throws. Even though her dream was big she never thought she would be the first girl to be drafted to all male baseball team in Japan. What a dream she had! What an insight she had! Have … Read entire article »

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Knuckle Princess Eri Yoshida Was Inspired By Tim Wakefield’s Knuckle Ball

Knuckle Princess Eri Yoshida Was Inspired By Tim Wakefield’s Knuckle Ball The first female to pitch for a professional baseball league in ten years was inspired by Boston Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield. The “Knuckle Princess” Eri Yoshida made her decision to be a professional baseball player and join a man’s world when she was only thirteen years old after seeing Wakefield throw a “knuckle” ball. That pitch is also known as “devil” ball because it’s so hard to hit. And Eri knew if she could master what Tim Wakefield did, she could compete with boys as a knuckle ball pitcher. Then Eri thought of a new knuckle ball technique and taught herself to throw it using her own style. She grips the ball with three fingers and her thumb, but doesn’t use … Read entire article »

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