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Engage with Andy Busch

Engage with Andy Busch

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June 06th 2014:USA Sport Highs and Lows: Olympics and NFL

This week on Engage, we turn to the world of sports to take the pulse of what is happening in the United States. First up, we have on USA Olympic head swim coach Frank Busch. We’ll get the lowdown on the team’s preparations for Brazil in 2016. Big question: will either Ryan Lochte or Michael Phelps be ready for the games? We’ll also hit what challenges Brazil, their pollution and their nightlife present to a coach. Next, we’ll have returning ESPN reporter Michele Steele to cover the double-murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez. Hernandez pleaded not guilty

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Frank Busch

In 2011, USA Swimming named two-time Olympic coach Frank Busch (Tucson, Ariz.) as its National Team Director. Busch brings a wealth of coaching experience to the role, including 31 years as head coach at the University of Arizona and the University of Cincinnati, where he coached more than 30 swimmers to the Olympics. Busch was selected as the National Team Director following a worldwide search USA Swimming began in November of 2010. Candidates were reviewed by an application review committee, which included both coach and athlete representation. “Frank Busch’s accomplishments are extraordinary, but equally important is the fact that he is a person of impeccable character and highly
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Michele Steele

Michele Steele is a cross-platform anchor and reporter for ESPN, where her stories have aired on SportsCenter, Baseball Tonight and Outside the Lines. Steele has reported live from the Super Bowl, the Masters, the Final Four, MLB’s All-Star Game and the Kentucky Derby. Prior to her time at the Worldwide Leader, she worked at Bloomberg Television as the network’s only sports reporter. There she interviewed NCAA president Mark Emmert, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NBA Commissioner David Stern, numerous athletes and league owners and regularly broke news related to the big sports business issues of the day. Steele was also a senior reporter for Forbes video on-demand service and a regu
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