Play No Holds Barred here:

Eddie Goldman is the host and producer of the No Holds Barred international podcast, the publisher of the No Holds Barred blog, and a senior contributing editor at the ADCC News.

  • Click here for No Holds Barred on Google Play Music (free Google account required).
  • Click Here for No Holds Barred on PodOmatic.com.
  • Click here for the PodOmatic Podcast Player free app for Android at Google Play.
  • Click here for the PodOmatic Podcast Player free app for iOS on the App Store.
  • Click Here to listen to No Holds Barred via Stitcher through iOS or Android devices or on the web.
  • No Holds Barred is also available through the Aha Radio app for iPhone and Android, and can be played on your phone or tablet or in your car.
  • Subscribe to No Holds Barred
    Browse Archives at groups.google.com

    Web No Holds Barred

    Tuesday, January 10, 2006


    BWAA Press Release

    NEW YORK-January, 10-Tim Graham has been elected president of the Boxing Writers Association of America. Graham, who covers boxing and hockey for the Buffalo News, succeeds Bernard Fernandez of the Philadelphia Daily News, who had served four one-year terms from 2002 through 2005.

    The remaining slate of officers -- first vice president Steve Farhood, vice presidents Ron Borges, Thomas Hauser and Jack Hirsch, secretary Denis Nolan and treasurer Scott Shaffer -- was retained in a vote of members at the BWAA's annual winter business meeting in New York.

    As a reporter for the Buffalo News, Graham has been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors, New York State Associated Press Association and Missouri School of Journalism. Before joining the Buffalo News he worked at the Las Vegas Sun where he won six Nevada Press Association awards and received a Knight Center for Specialized Journalism fellowship. He also writes for ESPN.com.

    "The strength of any professional association lies in its brotherhood," said Graham, who stated he would increase the content of the BWAA's website, www.bwaa.org, to make it "more functional and helpful. I also believe members should be encouraged to become more familiar with and write about some of the pressing reform issues in boxing today. There's so much more to the sport than what goes on inside the ring."

    Links to this post:

    Comments: Post a Comment


    Post a Comment

    0 comments Tweet

    This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

    © 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Eddie Goldman all rights reserved.