Randy Lewis....!

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Channel Title : Steven Hoffmann

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Published Date : 2008-03-06T20:47:09.000Z

Randy Lewis had to petition his way into the 1984 Olympic Games, and walked away with the gold medal. I met Lewis a couple of times, but never got to know him extremely well, but style-wise he is similar to me in that he is a bit crazy with his risks but seems to pull it out. This match is incredible! At times Lewis is thrown to his back and others he totally dominates. Fun to watch, unless you are his mother :)
    

Channel Title : Sam Melikian

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Published Date : 2013-08-13T23:43:31.000Z

    

Channel Title : cynolikeherky

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Published Date : 2011-04-28T18:12:21.000Z

3 olympic gold medals between these two legends Randy LewBoo (TGO) Lewis defeats John Smith in Topeka, Kansas in 1988 Olympic Team Trials Qualifier. The Great One came out on top 7-5 or 7-6? These were better times for USA Wrestling The Great One aka: TGO came out of retirement for this 'come back' in 1988. TGO has since gone on to be (among other things) International Head of Sales for and spokesperson / personality for ShamWow!
    

Channel Title : TEDx Talks

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Published Date : 2015-02-05T18:03:34.000Z

In a world where those with mental and physical disabilities are seen as “disabled,” what would it take to not only have those individuals contribute, but to also give them the same expectations, goals, and work at the same wage as those without disabilities? Can we actually design a system so creative that we can demand the same results from those with disabilities as those without disabilities? What could that system possibly look like and could it actually create value for a company? A disability employment advocate, Randy Lewis joined Walgreens in 1992 as a divisional vice president in logistics and planning. Living within the world where technology and creativity combine, Randy designed and opened the the first distribution facility of its kind to employ a significant number of people with disabilities (more than 40% of the workforce has a cognitive or physical disability.) Drawing inspiration from his autistic son, Randy has become a speaker and author on the topics of incorporating those with disabilities into the workforce, receiving numerous awards for his volunteer work and advocacy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
    

Channel Title : Randy Lewis

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Published Date : 2019-02-01T05:38:54.000Z

Randy Lewis, the World's #1 Trackchaser, tours the world seeing racing and the sights from 82 countries worldwide. This video comes the Staples Lake Ice track in Comstock, Wisconsin. Randy has now seen racing at 2,523 racetracks in 82 different countries. His lifetime track total includes wheel-to-wheel racing on oval, road course or figure 8 tracks. Check out Randy’s website at www.randylewis.org where he has posted more than one million (Ya! One million!). On this site you will see detailed Trackchaser Reports where he reviews each track visited. Don't miss more than 1,200 Randy Lewis Racing Films on his YouTube channel. The channel name is "RANLAY". Subscribe today. And now on Facebook, too!
    

Channel Title : wenatcheemuseum

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Published Date : 2017-05-31T19:35:37.000Z

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