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Ron Kurtus' Sports History Credentials

(4 April 2012)

Ron Kurtus has been interested in various sports and athletic competitions for most of his life. He has played softball, tennis, golf, ping-pong, handball, basketball and other sports on a personal level. He also ran track at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, winning a letter and placing in the NCAA track championships, as well as running in the Journal Invitational Track Meet.

Kurtus has studied methods for peak performance in the various sports, as well as been a fan of sports history.

Along with his interests in sports and sports history, his work in educational writing allows his to explain the subjects in an easy-to-understand manner.

Kurtus has published two books: Tricks for Good Grades and Gravity and Gravitation.

Ron founded the the School for Champions educational website and writes most of the material in the site. Material he has written has been cited in 151 published books.




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