THE PRINCIPLES TV GROUP

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From the Producers of Principles of Business:

Principles of Competition TV

In this unque TV series we get to meet the men and women behind the headlines of sport and competition. 

Where did they get their start?

What drives them to be one of the best in their chosen field?

These and other questions are answered by some of the most well known and loved people in the world of competitive sports.

Previous Guests

EVANDER HOLYFIELD

BOXING


is a four times undisputed World Heavyweight Champion boxer nicknamed "The Real Deal". At the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics he won a bronze medal. Evander has defeated George Foreman, Larry Holmes, Mike Tyson (twice) and others. 

He has a record of 44 wins, 10 losses and 1 draw.


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MANNY PACQUIAO

BOXING


has won ten world titles and is considered to be one of the greatest boxers of all time. Manny was elected as a Congressman in The Philippines and has, now, been appointed to the Senate of The Philippines. He is a national hero in that country. It is said that even the crime plummets when a Pacquiao fight is on in The Philippines.

MARGARET COURT MBE

TENNIS


has been called the greatest tennis player of all time. In 1970 she was the first woman to win the Grand Slam, including defeating Billie Jean King at Wimbledon. During her career she won 24 of these titles - a record still unbeaten to this day. The Tennis Hall of Fame has said that "For sheer strength of performance and accomplishment there has never been a tennis player to match her."


MICHAEL LAPAGE

OLYMPIC ROWING


won a silver medal for rowing in the 1948 London Olympics. His Cambridge University team was selected to represent Great Britain with little Olympic preparation or training. He then served as a coach and, later, a missionary to Kenya, in the midst of political turmoil. In 2012 Michael was selected as a relay runner to carry the Olympic torch for the London Olympics.


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TIM HOWARD

FOOTBALL (SOCCER)


Tim began his football career in the U. S. and in 2003 moved to Manchester United. In the summer of 2006 he joined Everton on a one season loan. On 20 August 2012 he set a new record for consecutive Premier League appearances for one club with his 184th game in a row!


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Interviewing footballer Tim Howard at Everton Training Centre