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  Bob Kennedy Information
Kennedy was traded to the new Baltimore Orioles in 1954.
In 1955, Kennedy was purchased by the White Sox and sent to Detroit in 1956.
Bob Kennedy died in Mesa, Arizona, at age of 84.
www.bookrags.com /Bob_Kennedy   (488 words)

 Bob Kennedy Interview with Steve Sisson
Bob, considered by many to be the greatest American distance runner over the last 15 years, was a two-time Olympian, a four-time 5000 meter national title holder, and a four-time NCAA champion.
Bob still holds the American record in the 3000 meters (7:30.84 in 1998) and 5000 meters (12:58.21 in 1996.) He was the first non-African athlete to break the 13-minute barrier in the 5000m.
Kennedy: From basically 1990 to 2000, the biggest difference I basically saw was athletes being much more scientific with their training, especially in relation to the 70's and 80's.
www.runtex.com /NewsView.asp?key_m=676   (4146 words)

 Robert Francis Kennedy, United States Senator
Kennedy was so constantly in motion that he prompted some observers to say that he fled introspection, that he did not sit down with himself and figure out what he truly was and what he wanted to achieve.
Kennedy was, of course, aware of what was said about him, for he not only read omnivorously but he also employed a large staff of experts and advisers to brief and counsel him.
Kennedy's sharp questioning of Beck before the Senate Rackets Committee, as the McClellan group was generally known, drew down on him the accusation that he was anti labor at worst and unsympathetic to the working man at best.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /rfk.htm   (4561 words)

 American Track and Field -- Regional News Article
Bob Kennedy believes he can run with the best at 10,000 meters, when he is fit.
But Bob will have to have a great day, and he is capable of that, in 2004 to make the US team.
Kennedy is capable of breaking 27 minutes, which is what it will take to medal in Athens.
www.american-trackandfield.com /news/Bobkennedyoutfor02.html   (406 words)

 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships - DyeStat, the internet home of high school track
Kennedy says his biggest recollection of Balboa Park is The Hill, which is run twice.
Bob Kennedy is a 2-time Olympian and the American record holder at 5000 meters, but all that was in the future in 1986 when he came to Balboa Park to run Foot Locker (then Kinney) national finals for the first time.
Kennedy had finished second to Williams in the regional, and Williams ran away from everyone at nationals except Marc Davis, with Kennedy tagging along for third.
www.dyestat.com /3us/5xc/footlocker/finals/retro/kennedy.htm   (731 words)

 Bob Kennedy | BaseballLibrary.com
Blessed with a strong, accurate throwing arm, Bob Kennedy was one of the first rookie prospects to come out of the newly developed White Sox farm system.
Kennedy managed the Cubs from 1963 to early 1965, never finishing higher than seventh, and the A's in their first year in Oakland (1968).
July 30, 1936: Vern Kennedy wins his 10th in a row, pitching the White Sox to a win over the A's, 7—4.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/K/Kennedy_Bob.stm   (675 words)

 Washington Running Report -- Regional News Article
Bob Kennedy of Indianapolis, IN first announced his intention to run in NYC on May 12th "I've thought about the marathon for some time, but have not felt as though the time was right for this new challenge until now.
Kennedy has chosen the ING New York City Marathon for his debut because he enjoys competing on large stages, it offers a good field of athletes, is a traditional event going back to the 1970s and is well-known in the USA.
Kennedy exhibits the same cautious and dedicated approach that Deena Kastor used during the past three years; Kastor debuted in the 2001 New York City Marathon and gradually brought her time down to the current American record of 2:21:16.
www.runwashington.com /news/sep04bobkennedy.html   (1143 words)

 Runner's & Triathlete's Web Athletics: Two-Time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder Bob Kennedy ...
Kennedy earned the NCAA and U.S. cross country titles in 1992, becoming the first man to accomplish that feat since Al Lawrence did it 32 years earlier.
Kennedy was a four-time USA 5000 meter champion in 1995-97 and 2001 and in a rare road appearance, he won the USA 10K title in 2003.
Kennedy also finished 12th in the 5000 meters at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona and won his only international medal as part of the bronze medal U.S. team at the 2001 World Cross Country 12K Championships.
www.runnersweb.com /running/news/rw_news_20060130_RWire_Kennedy.html   (621 words)

 Bob Kennedy Feature - 15 Feb 2001
This Sunday, Kennedy returns to familiar race setting where he first made his mark in American running, at the National Cross Country Championships in Vancouver, Wa., where he will vie for spot to compete in the World Championships in Dublin, Ireland in late March.
Kennedy was a two-time NCAA champion in cross country and in 1992 was the first runner to win both the NCAA and US crowns in 32 years.
As a longtime professional runner, Kennedy admits that training and running can become monotonous and tedious, but after a 2000 season that was short on competition and long on soul searching, his mission has been renewed.
www.trackprofile.com /2001/02-15-01-kennedy.html   (479 words)

 Bob Kennedy Interview - www.mensracing.com
Kennedy is the U.S. record holder in the 3,000 meters (7:30.84) and the 5,000 meters (12:58.21) and in the latter event is responsible for 14 of the 15 sub-13:10 performances ever recorded by Americans.
Kennedy, originally of Westerville, Ohio, has the unique distinction of winning the Kinney (now Foot Locker) High School Cross Country Championship and the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship in consecutive years (1987 and 1988).
Kennedy represented the US in the 5,000 meters in both the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona and the 1996 Games in Atlanta, finishing 12th and sixth, respectively.
www.mensracing.com /athletes/interviews/bobkennedy.html   (1739 words)

 Bob Kennedy Barks --& Bites -- Monday, Apr. 08, 1957 -- Page 1 -- TIME
He showed Kennedy some of his clippings, and emphasized the national significance of what newsmen had been digging up in Portland, Ore. Bob Kennedy promptly called together his staff, and an investigation was born.
From that day on Bob Kennedy, 31, a lawyer with the true prosecutor's instinct for the jugular, has been a formidable pursuer of the bosses of the powerful Teamsters Union.
Anxious to inspect any Teamster file, Kennedy got the corporal to continue dating the maid (although the soldier complained that she was no bargain), arranged to have a staff member accompany them and the maid's girl friend on a double date.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,809321-1,00.html   (769 words)

 Robert E. Kennedy - The William Davidson Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Kennedy has published in leading economics and management journals and has written more than 60 case studies and notes on business issues in emerging markets.
Since 2000, Dr. Kennedy has been exploring the drivers and implications of the globalization of service activities and has written extensively on this widely debated issue of offshoring of service activities and the profound impact on businesses and governments in both developed and developing countries.
Kennedy talks about different aspects of the globalization of services and gives a preview of his upcoming book.
wdi.umich.edu /About/People/RobertKennedy   (568 words)

 Runner's & Triathlete's Web Athletics: PUMA® Partners with Running Record Holder Bob Kennedy
Known as one of the most decorated American distance runners in recent history, Kennedy has decided to retire from the professional running world and work with PUMA to offer insight and expertise from his years of experience in competitive running and as a running specialty retailer to help build the Complete Running brand.
Kennedy continues to hold American records in the 3000 and 5000 meter distances, as well as the two mile.
Kennedy recently retired from his professional running career to take on new horizons in the industry not only with PUMA but also as the co-owner of The Running Company, a running specialty store with three locations in Indianapolis.
www.runnersweb.com /running/news/rw_news_20060410_Puma_Kennedy.html   (599 words)

 Interview with Bob Kennedy - March 2, 2006 - www.mensracing.com
Bob Kennedy, the American record holder of the 3,000 meters and 5,000 meters, announced his retirement from competitive running earlier this year.
Kennedy’s PRs include 3:56.21 for the mile, 7:30.84 for 3,000 meters, 12:58.21 for 5,000 meters and 27:37.45 for 10,000 meters.
Kennedy is the co-owner of The Running Company, which has three stores in the Indianapolis area.
www.mensracing.com /athletes/interviews/2006/bobkennedy030706.htm   (2440 words)

 The Blog | Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: “For They That Sow the Wind Shall Reap the Whirlwind” | The Huffington Post
I really appreciate Kennedy's continued efforts to bring environmental issues to the fore in today's political climate, but to suggest that Barbour's efforts to fight the Kyoto protocol is in any way responsible for this hurricane is asinine and damaging to his credibility.
Kennedy is the same "environmentalist" who opposes putting windmills where they might be seen on the horizon from his wastrel family's beachfront Massachusetts compound.
Kennedy is right about global warming causing hurricanes, as well as floods and other major natural disasters.
www.huffingtonpost.com /robert-f-kennedy-jr/afor-they-that-sow-the-_b_6396.html   (2713 words)

 SoCô¿ôL ... Robert M. Kennedy
Kennedy is quicker and more accurate in reasoning skills than 93% of employed adults.
Kennedy appears to be an extremely rational, assertive and outspoken person.
Shortly after Jonathan was born Bob Kennedy was forced to seek a "real job," which he found when a friend offered him a job selling cars at a Sonoma County auto dealership.
www.socool.com /rkennedy/scobob.html   (884 words)

 Bob Kennedy to run debut marathon in New York
Kennedy, 33, of Indianapolis, owns American records of 7 minutes, 30.84 seconds in the 3,000 meters and 12:58.21 for 5,000 meters.
Though he has been plagued by injury and illness in recent years, Kennedy has recently returned to form and is the reigning USA 10 km road (28:35) and USA Cross Country 12 km (35:03) champion.
Kennedy was seventh in the 1995 World Championships at 5000 meters and sixth at the 1997 World Championships.
www.hillrunner.com /forums/index.php?topic=548.0   (389 words)

 Bob Kennedy
Kennedy bounced back with a strong 2003 season and solid 2004 after facing a series of setbacks shortly after winning his fourth U.S. 5,000m title in 2001.
Kennedy was forced to drop out of the 2004 Olympic Trials 10,000m with a sore Achilles.
Kennedy became a father of twins January 11, 2005 when his wife, Melina, gave birth to son, Marcus, and daughter, Sophia.
www.usatf.org /athletes/bios/oldBios/2005/Kennedy_Bob.asp   (946 words)

 Bob Kennedy Interview - Part II
Bob grew up in Ohio and graduated from Indiana University in 1992.  Now 28, he currently resides in Indianapolis with his wife, Melina, and 2 dogs. Below is the second part of the interview. 
Kim [McDonald, Bob's agent and coach] would probably have to arrange a Kenyan or two Kenyans to help me out, because we are not going to get an American athlete to go through in 13:30.
i always thought bob was more professional and would not criticize a sport that is very popular as road racing is in the united states for over 20 years.
www.duathlon.com /articles/214   (965 words)

 Pre-Foot Locker Interview with Bob Kennedy
Ricky Quintana caught up with Bob Kennedy, the American Record holder in the 5,000m, on the eve of the 2003 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships.
Kennedy was at the race serving as one of the celebrity athletes and doing race commentary for Fox Sports Net.
Bob Kennedy works on the TV broadcast for Fox Sports Net.
www.fast-women.com /news/footlocker03/stories/bobkennedypre.html   (832 words)

 Bob Kennedy : Played in major leagues and managed : HistoricBaseball.com
Bob Kennedy, who played for 16 seasons in the majors and later managed, died on April 7, 2005 in Mesa, Ariz. He was 84.
A utility player, Kennedy debuted with the White Sox in 1939 at just 18 years old.
His son, Terry Kennedy, is a former major league player and is a manager in the minor leagues.
www.historicbaseball.com /players/k/kennedy_bob.html   (211 words)

 Scout.com: Bob Kennedy dead at 74
Kennedy managed the Cubs from 1963-1965 and went 182-198.
He was the father of former major league catcher Terry Kennedy, a four-time All-Star who helped lead the San Diego Padres to the World Series in 1984, as well as the San Francisco Giants in 1989.
Terry Kennedy, who managed the Dodgers AAA club in Las Vegas last season to a 76-66 record, is currently the manager of the minor league San Diego Surf Dawgs of the Golden Baseball League.
dodgers.scout.com /2/370711.html   (249 words)

 Cool Running :: Bob Kennedy to Make His Marathon Debut at the ING New York City Marathon
Bob Kennedy to Make His Marathon Debut at the ING New York City Marathon
Kennedy will bring years of world-class running experience to the line in
Kennedy's marathon potential and the timing of his debut have been subjects
www.coolrunning.com /engine/3/3_2/bob-kennedy-to-make-his-m.shtml   (682 words)

 Bob Kennedy - BR Bullpen
Bob Kennedy grew up on the South Side of Chicago and worked as a vendor at Comiskey Park as a youth.
He later became General Manager of the Cubs (from 1977 to 1981) and the Houston Astros.
Kennedy's son, catcher Terry Kennedy, was an All-Star for the San Diego Padres.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Bob_Kennedy   (165 words)

The Bob Kennedy - vocals/guitar/harmonica Also on some of these songs...
Paul David and Ryan Whipps, who added their styles to the album with Bob, had heard some of the songs only once, if at all, before going into the studio.
Both Paul David and Ryan Whipps pursue their own music, and Bob was fortunate to have them lend their friendship and talents to these recordings.
www.myspace.com /thebobkennedymusic   (263 words)

 Hoosier Mountain Bike Association - Bob Kennedy 10000m olympic Trials
Then they proceded to ride in the front group and I had to sprint with them at the finish.
Turns out o­ne of them was Bob Kennedy (multi time oylmipian, and usa record holder).
Bob skipped the short track races last year for some silly thing they call the olympics.
www.hmba.org /index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=16&topic=384.0   (243 words)

 SoundClick artist: Bob Kennedy - Unique, and politically motivated, We're going to war This is the Experience
Right now I am just being introduced to everyone so I am coming with raw street tracks to show my hunger, but neither Bob Kennedy nor is Crack City one dimensional.
From the streets, to the club, and back to the conscious realm, with my art of storytelling I along with Crack City Productions are hear to provide you with a listening experience like no other and show you just who Bob Kennedy really is.
Bob Kennedy is Crack City's 1st Official Artist
www.soundclick.com /bobkennedy   (164 words)

 thebobkennedy.com: Bob Kennedy Bio
The Bob Kennedy was born and raised in Baltimore, MD.
He is an artist in music, films, and words, both written and spoken.
Following college, Bob travelled the country and currently resides in Philadelphia, PA working in the film industry.
www.thebobkennedy.com /bio.html   (152 words)

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