Sunday, July 01, 2007

There Is Good News in Sports Again!

Good News In Sports is back. I’ve consolidated Good News In College Sports and Good News in Pro Sports into one blog covering stories from all over the sports world that you can truly enjoy reading. No steroids, police blotters, or contract holdouts here. Only people who are making a positive difference by their actions or example. Check it out at


At 8:59 AM, Blogger MulliganPlus said...

Firstly, you have a great Blog and deservedly it seems to be going very well indeed.

We have just created a new website called and needless to say we are currently looking for high quality links from sites such as yours.

Our site would be of interest to anyone of your visitors looking on Courses in the UK and especially Scotland where we are adding information continually at present. As you will see, our course directory holds enormous amount of information regarding clubs and courses. If you look at Kingsbarns for example, we have all the information any visitor needs and its all be packaged into a PDF Course Guide that people can download to read, print or share with friends.

We also have a member’s area mainly for UK golfers with handicap calculator, online leagues, scorecard recorder, and a playing finder facility. Over this week we are also updating our members section and it’s presently free to join. We are developing the social networking opportunities of the site, with small individual blog sections for members etc that will be available to be viewed by the public.

Recently we also covered the Dunhill International Links Championship and we thought that some sites may be interested in using some images that we produced. We have full copyright for the images but they must be used in an editorial way and not to advertise a product. Therefore, please visit here and follow the link to view our photography of the event. If you wish to use an image, we ask that a link is added to us within the image and as a caption to the photograph.

Now, I hope that something is of interest to you and more importantly to your readers.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Kind regards

Reagan Pannell

At 5:09 PM, Anonymous Sport said...

your blog is live???

At 2:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the information on topics.I was excited by this article.
Thank you again

College online for good ideas.

At 11:55 AM, Anonymous Alex Blo said...

Hi, I like your blog and want to exchange links with you. Your link is olaced on footballimo(dot)com. I've got several others sports and music blogs? so if you're interested let me know via e-mail jucick[at]

At 5:20 PM, Anonymous CMJ network said...

Enter Today for The Collegiate Nationals Music Championship*******

The Collegiate Nationals Music Championship Kicks Off Today

Upload Your Music for Your Chance to Perform at one of
The Collegiate Nationals events this Spring and win over $12,500 in cash and prizes

The Collegiate Nationals Music Championship is looking for the best student artists to perform at this year’s San Diego and Boulder events. Grand Prize Winners will be crowned The Collegiate Nationals Music Champions and win over $12,500 in cash and prizes.

Upload your best song by February 17 and you could win one of two Grand Prizes in The Collegiate Nationals Music Championship, which will be aired on CSTV and presented by Jack In The Box and CMJ. One winner will be named The Collegiate Nationals Music Champion for each of the San Diego and Boulder events, and will not only open for the headliner and receive a $2,500 travel stipend, but will also be awarded more than $10,000 worth of CMJ goods. The only catch: you or someone in your band must currently be enrolled in a college or university course in the continental US. And then you can school a nationwide audience with your music.

You don't stand a chance unless you sign up. Enter today at

About The Collegiate Nationals
The 3rd annual Collegiate Nationals are here! With new locations and additional sports, the 2008 Collegiate Nationals will feature more high-intensity competition than ever. The first champions will be crowned on the slopes of Keystone Resort in Colorado before the action moves to the mats, rings and rivers of Reno. The competition then heats up on the beaches of San Diego when Collegiate Nationals takes over the Wave House for a weekend-long party of beach volleyball, flowboarding, eating, and music. The festival of collegiate championships wraps up in Boulder when hundreds of athletes battle for titles in Ultimate Frisbee, adventure racing and wakeboarding. Collegiate Nationals - the festival of epic championships.

At 3:15 AM, Anonymous William Robert said...

Your blog information is so cool ,sensible and appreciable.Thank You so much for posting this type of blog.

At 1:11 PM, Blogger SRK Herry said...

Your blog is nice.Thanks for opening this blog. My blog is about Online Newspaper Site

At 12:13 PM, Anonymous ufc 103 live stream said...

thanks a lot for coming back

At 6:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice story as for me. I'd like to read a bit more about this matter. Thnx for posting this material.
Joan Stepsen
Gadgets and gifts

At 3:17 AM, Anonymous Funny College Stories said...

its really a great post which seems to be very much interesting as well as very much useful to everyone.

At 4:55 AM, Anonymous singulair said...

great news.. keep on posting some good news about sports

your blog provided us beneficial information to work on. You have done a marvellous job!

Actos | Tricor | Avalide | Accupril

At 1:22 AM, Anonymous website designing company said...

Your website provides valuable information work. Thank you for taking the time to discuss the problem, I love it.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home