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David Grossman
Multi award-winning communicator and story-teller with a distinguished career in Broadcasting, Journalism and Public Relations in Sport and Government Relations
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David Grossman 14h
It’ll be Canada 🇨🇦 and Finland 🇫🇮 in the World championship. Canada beat Czech Republic 🇨🇿 5-1 in semifinal while Finland defeated Russia 🇷🇺 4-3 in other sudden death game.
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David Grossman May 23
Milwaukee lost game 3...lost game 4....lost game 5. Ah, that’s three losses in a row - first time this year.....and they should have lost game 1, too.
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David Grossman May 23
Kawhi Leonard. Say no more.
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David Grossman May 23
So the Canadian Government is spending $1 million tax dollars to ship 2,000 tons of decaying garbage (rotting for six years) and improperly labelled as “plastics” back to Canada from the Philippines - but no mention where the trash is going?
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David Grossman May 21
Raptors win - and they deserved it. Series tied. Now, a best-of-three with two games in Milwaukee. Wow!
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David Grossman May 21
It’s going to be and Boston in the Stanley Cup.
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David Grossman May 21
If you’re interested in you might be happy that Canada finished in top spot in round robin play - after 3-0 win today over USA. Next: Canada vs Switzerland in quarterfinal.
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David Grossman May 19
WOW...
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David Grossman May 18
Oh my, 55 years ago today, Tim Horton’s opened its first store - in Hamilton.
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David Grossman May 17
Weird day in sports as Tiger doesn’t make cut for and are crushing while gettting hammered.
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David Grossman May 17
James Harden, Paul George and Gianni’s Antetokounmpo are finalists for Most Valuable Player award. Are you surprised? Winner to be announced on June 24.
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David Grossman May 17
Toronto pitcher Aaron Sanchez hurt again - could be blister problems - and leaves in fourth inning with his team ahead 9-2 over Chicago
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David Grossman May 17
As a strong supporter of women in sport, I say the folks did right thing by launching special awards. My story about a winner - - who doesn't need a trophy or plaque.
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David Grossman May 17
“There are times when you need to be there, make yourself available, for a student who needs to talk about things and has this huge amount of respect and trust in you.” said - winner of award. Grateful, humble and knowledgeable.
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David Grossman May 17
“Being a role model, leaving a positive mark, contributing to their growth." recognizes achievements of - and here's my story
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David Grossman May 17
“(Coaching) has been something very special to me – seeing athletes grow in many ways, watching them accomplish academic, athletic and personal goals.” - Michèle Bélanger recognition award winner
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David Grossman May 17
Igor Ozhiganov is going back to Russia. Remember he was No. 92 on defence with Toronto this past year. He has now signed a two year contract with Ak Bars Kazan, a team in the Kontinental pro league.
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David Grossman May 16
Huge thank you to and Angela Orton for inviting me to write about two legends in the world of coaching Ontario university sport: WILLIS: BELANGER:
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David Grossman May 16
Thrilled to have been asked to write about grad - who has coached volleyball for 44 years - and is winner of inaugural "Women In Sport Recognition Award"
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David Grossman May 16
“I credit male athletes for accepting me, and I know I have been a role model for women who want to do what I do.” Words of , winner of "Women In Sport Recognition Awards. My story..
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