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Legendary Coach Pat Summitt Passes; Joins John Wooden in the Ultimate Hall of Fame; RIP Coach and Give a Cheer for the Volunteers
We at CYInterview would like to extend our condolences to the family and friends of legendary women’s college basketball coach Pat Summitt, who coached 38 years at the University of Tennessee. As the winningest coach in NCAA division 1 basketball history – men’s or women’s – with 1098 wins, there are many great words to describe her. A few of the words that come to mind are: humble, grateful, teacher, motivator, leader and champion. There is a lesson there.
Coach Summitt won 8 national titles, had a 39-0 undefeated team in 1998 and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000. In 1984, she led the United States’s Women’s Basketball Team to a gold medal at the Olympics.
After being diagnosed in 2011 with early onset dementia, the basketball coach kept moving forward and founded the Pat Summitt Foundation, to find a cure for Alzheimer’s. In 2012, President Obama honored her with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award.
Few people have contributed as much to women’s sports as Pat Summitt.
The Inimitable Robin Leach: Television Personality, Luxury Living Maven, Columnist, Entertainment Commentator – He Sits Down with Us and Talks Vegas, Lifestyles, His Life, Donald Trump, More
If you wondered what became of the man who made the phrase "Champagne wishes and caviar dreams" famous, look no further than Entertainment Capital of the World, Las
UFC Co-Founder Art Davie Talks with CYInterview at the Wynn Las Vegas Sportsbook: Discusses His Book, Is This Legal? Being Made Into a Movie, the Possibility of Connor McGregor Fighting Floyd Mayweather, Jr., More
Las Vegas is fight central for the United States. Both boxing and mixed martial arts hold gigantic events there, throughout the calendar year. Art Davie, one of the
Jason Tenner as Prince in Purple Reign at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is Phenomenal! Show Provides Powerful Purple Tribute to the Now Deceased Superstar; Tenner Talks Prince, Meeting the Purple One, the Show and More
For his millions of fans, the death of multitalented music star Prince was a moment many did not expect. Prince passed away on April 21, 2016 at the
The Emperor of Odds, John Avello of the Wynn Las Vegas Sportsbook Sits Down with Us at the Wynn to Talk Baseball, Football, Mayweather Fighting Again, Oakland Raiders and the New Poker Room at the Encore in Las Vegas
Since 2011, Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook manager John Avello has provided us with in-depth sports gambling analysis. With summer fast approaching, that means two things. First, baseball is
Comedy Master Eddie Griffin Wows at the Rio in Las Vegas, Irreverent Humor Brings Plenty of Laughs; Mason Pryor – Son of Late Comedy Genius Richard Pryor – and Thomas Ward Strong Opening Acts, More
Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world, hosts all sorts of spectacles, acrobatics shows, music performances, magic performances, celebrity tribute shows, showgirls, tours to the Grand Canyon
Grammy Award Winner Sam Moore Out in Support of Phil Collins: Soul Man a Powerful Presence on the Red Carpet
On March 11th, world renowned music star Phil Collins performed his first concert in years at The Fillmore Miami Beach. We were on hand to speak with Phil
This past Friday evening, mega music star/songwriter Phil Collins returned to the stage for his first musical performance in many years at The Fillmore Miami Beach. Known for
Wynn Las Vegas Sports Book Super Odds Maker, John Avello, Talks Odds for Super Bowl 50; Gives Insight into Future of Fantasy Sports in Vegas, More
We are still a few days away from Super Bowl 50, matching up the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, but the action is already in full gear in
The State of Luxury Goods: Social Mayor of Miami, TV Star/Entrepreneur/Philanthropist/Novelist Lea Black and Luxury Goods Aficionado/YouTube Bad Boy as Archie Luxury Paul Pluta Give Us the Straight Skinny
Most people, it seems, like luxury goods. Perhaps it is because of their quality, aesthetics and durability. Or, maybe, it is because luxury goods serve as status symbols.