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My name is Mike Arrowsmith. I currently work in Account Strategy for an advertising agency in Northern, VA. Of the course of my life my passion for sports have driven me to be successful in everything I do in life.
Before moving over to my love of advertising, I spent time working writing for publications such as Gameday Magazine and interning with the sports radio powerhouse, ESPN 980. While sports is no longer the center focus of my career, it is still a huge part of my life. In college, I ran Division 1 Cross Country and Track for Radford University as a walk on. Since my collegiate career, I've competed in the Richmond and Marine Corps Marathon in 2011 and 2012 and will be running the Potomac River Marathon in May of 2013. I truly feel that my drive and determination to be successful has always come from running. I know that while I can never be the best runner in the world, I can do everything I can to be one of the hardest working and make myself the best that I can be. I've taken that belief and applied it to everything I do in life.
Hi Mike, I am trying to become a Featured Columnist for the Michigan State Spartans Men's Basketball Team and would appreciate your support by taking a look at this article:
Former Kentucky Coach Arrested for Drunken Driving
Please read and add comments on your thoughts about the ever-growing problem of alcohol on our roads.
I enjoyed your last article. Hope you can read mine. Enjoy!
With the Phillies' quest to defend their world championship starting tomorrow night, I was inspired to compose the ultimate top 20 list--my 20 greatest moments as a Philadelphia sports fan.
I wrote an article about the heated rivalry between the Jazz and the Rockets. Thought you'd enjoy it :)
Let's admit it--the position of quarterback is maybe the most fascinating position in all of sports. It's definitely the most carefully analyzed position. Here is a list of the best of the best...of the best--the 10 greatest seasons by a quarterback in the history of the NFL.
In 2004, the Philadelphia Eagles acquired wide receiver Terrell Owens. They went to the Super Bowl. Then things fell apart and T.O. ended up on the Cowboys. With the release of Owens by the Dallas Cowboys, I couldn't help but wonder: Should the Philadelphia Eagles resign T.O.?
Unfortunately, February 28, 2009 is a day I won't be forgetting for a long time. Hopefully, you never have to experience the pain of your all-time favorite athlete leaving your team...and if you have experienced it, I hope you never have to go through it again.