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Dr. Ann de Wees Allen
Dr. Allen was the first woman scientist
ever to speak at
the Arnold Classic
most Fit and Beautiful Woman in the World
Named “The Woman Who
Made Time Stand Still”
World Champion Indian Cricket Team
the 2007 World Twenty20, Yuvraj hit six sixes in an
over against England's Stuart Broad - a feat only
performed three times previously in any form of senior
cricket, and never previously in an international
match between two Test cricket nations.
Yuvraj reached the fastest fifty ever in Twenty20
game, off just 12 balls and also the fastest in any
form of international cricket. This was the fourth
time that six sixes had been hit in one over in senior
cricket, the first time in Twenty20 cricket, and the
first time in any form of international cricket against
a bowler from a test playing nation.
Yuvraj also hit the longest six of the tournament:119
meters and currently is the world's leading 20-20
batsman in terms of strike rate (235.09)
Yuvraj was awarded a Porsche 911 car for his 6 sixes
achievement by the Vice President of the Board of
Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and received
Rs.10,000,000 (US $ 252,716) in cash from the BCCI
for his splendid performance in the tournament.
also scored 70 runs off 30 balls and went on to claim
the Man of the Match against Australia in the World
Twenty20 semifinals at Durban.
Time World Powerlifting Champion
Busby is a loyal user of ArgMatrix®
since 1984. Bill met Dr. Ann de Wees Allen in 1984 at a Fireman
and Policeman Powerlifting competition.
Dr. Allen worked closely with the World Powerlifting Team,
including the 5-time World Champion, Dawn Reshel, Strongest
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lack of energy and drive. The natural pulsitile release of
growth hormone (GH), as in the younger days, reinstated by
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mark in the war against ageing. l am forever grateful to Dr.
Ann de Wees Allen and her brilliance in this product and all
of her other Low Glycemic, Non-Cephalic products invented
for the benefit of man-kind."
ARGMATRIX ATHLETE TAKES HUGE
AT ELITE ONE-MAN OUTRIGGER CONTEST
WISE, ARGMATRIX ATHLETE, TAKES HUGE WIN DESPITE AN INJURY,
HIGH WINS, AND DIFFICULT OCEAN CONDITIONS AUSTRALIAN SUPERSTAR,
GARY WISE, AN ELITE GLOBAL ARGMATRIX ATHLETE,
GARY HAS BEEN WORKING WITH DR. ANN de WEES ALLEN FOR OVER
15 YEARS - USING DR. ALLEN'S ARGMATRIX & BONE MATRIX TO
GIVE HIM THE ATHLETIC EDGE HE NEEDS TO WIN AGAINST ATHLETES
HALF HIS AGE.
JUST 20 WEEKS GARY IS RECOVERING FROM MAJOR KNEE SURGERY,
IN WHICH HE HAD HIS KNEE TOTALLY REPLACED, GARY DID THE IMPOSSIBLE
- IN FRONT OF OVER 100 SPECTATORS, GARY TOOK 1ST PLACE AGAINST
ALL ODDS, BEATING 50 OF THE FITTEST ATHLETES IN THE WORLD
IN THE GRUELING SURF PADDLING CONTEST.
WITH 20 KNOT WINDS, AND A 3-FOOT SURF CHOP, GARY DEFIED THE
ODDS, AND PUMMELED THE COMPETITION, MOST OF WHICH WERE YOUNGER
ATHLETES. GARY STATED THAT DR. ALLEN'S SPORTS PERFORMANCE
PROGRAM AND PRODUCTS HAVE ALLOWED HIM TO COMPETE AND WIN IN
SOME OF THE TOUGHEST COMPETITIONS ON THE GLOBE.
STANDING UP ON A 14 FOOT PADDLEBOARD AFTER JUST HAVING MAJOR
KNEE-REPLACEMENT SURGERY, AND TAKING THE WIN AGAINST TOP ELITE
COMPETITORS IS A TESTIMONY TO GARY WISE'S DETERMINATION, HIS
AMAZING PHYSICAL ABILITY, AND DR. ANN de WEES ALLEN'S PATENTED
CONGRATULATIONS GARY !!
ARGMATRIX ELITE ATHLETE
South Walton Fire District, Beach Safety Director
USLA Southeast Region, Certification Committee Chair, Executive
USLA Emerald Coast Chapter, President
World Paddle Association, Board of Directors
East Coast Paddle Board Association, President
of this months
"On the Coast" Magazine
South Walton Fire District, Beach Safety Director,
Southeast Region, Treasurer/
Certification Officer / Panhandle Representative
USLA Emerald Coast Chapter, President
2010 Queen Liliuokalani Long Distance Race
Maximum Performance Athlete
Paddles To Win
Courtesy of The Walton Sun NEWS
the 2007 lifeguard season, Beach Safety Director Gary Wise
was often seen kayaking and surfing along the beaches of South
Walton. He wasn’t goofing-off, he was training for the
inaugural Causeway to Causeway 22 Mile Challenge held on Oct.
20 on the Indian River in Cocoa, Fla.
event, sponsored by the East Coast Surfing Hall of Fame Museum,
had 23 participants using paddle boards, stand up paddle boards
and surfboats. A release issued by organizers of the event
stated, “the overcast and rainy conditions helped to
keep the heat down, however the 10 to 12 knot headwind back
home made the going tough.”
was first in stand up paddle board, or SUP division, finishing
in 6 hours, 9 minutes. He was 45 minutes ahead of the second
place finisher, Mike Metzger of Key Largo.
the best of our knowledge, this is the longest paddle event
of this type ever held in Florida and possibly the East Coast,”
ECSHFM Paddleboard Race Committee member John Hughes said.
“Wise set the standard for SUPs.”
set his mind to do it,” said Jeff Archer, a local business
owner. “He paddled every day for months to prepare.”
Archer and business partner Tom Losee sell stand up paddle
boards at Yellowtail Trading Company in South Walton.
used a stock board, one that was designed for recreation,
not competition. “It’s a lot harder to use,”
Archer saw Wise’s participation in the event as a way
to promote his product, he also saw it as an opportunity to
praise Wise and his efforts to bring a lifeguard program to
our county, he has been a real asset. He understands that
there is a growing water community here,” Archer said.
“The water culture here is in its infancy,” Wise
said. “There’s a core group that surfs, but no
one is trying to build the next generation of watermen.”
one win in SUP competition, Wise is already training for 2008.
Next year he plans to race in the East Coast championship
again and competitions in California and Hawaii.
2010 Key West Classic
1st Place Outrigger Canoe-1 Division
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