London Olympics

What sports should go, which should return?
August 8, 2012 | By Houston Mitchell
There has been a lot of discussion during the London Olympics about the inclusion of some, um, questionable sports in the Games. Some say they should be eliminated, some say no. Some say certain sports should be added, some say no. Some of The Times’ Olympic crew took on the topic Wednesday morning during our daily live chat. What? You haven’t been watching our daily live chats on Google hangout? We have them every Monday to Friday at 8 a.m. PDT. Adding and dropping sports wasn’t the only topic at today’s chat, but you can watch that part of it in the video above.

Sports Digest

April 24, 1986
Jordan Resigns–Russ Jordan, 49, who has been athletic director at Long Beach City College for eight years, has resigned. He has asked for reassignment to the college’s counseling department. Swimming Stars–Six Whittier High School senior swimmers, who lettered as freshmen, have gone through four seasons without losing a Whitmont League meet. They are Ramona Linderoth, Christie Borak, Laurie Hohne, Stacey Albanese, Stacey Munatones and Amy Hall.

Jasdeep Singh Sandhu

Voluntary work for various religious groups and charities: i.e. sponsoring the local football team, Punjabi school funding, and local charity initiatives.
2011 – Level 1 in Healthy Lifestyle management
2012 – Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work
2012 – Level 1 Active IQ in Active Healthy Living (7 credits)
2012 – Level 2 Health and Safety at the Workplace
2012 – Certificate of Appreciate: “In recognition of valuable contribution as a guide and peer educator for Ann Frank Exhibitions”.

Sports achievements since Youth – Kickboxing Champion
– Footballer of the Year
– Black Belt in Karate
– 5 Years Captain for Letchworth Garden Eagles Football Club
– Trophies for representation in sport tournaments.
I have a passion for a healthy lifestyle; I regularly attend the gym, play sports and research nutrition.