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  1. The Toronto Festival of Excellence took place in Toronto this past Thursday. It was a huge success for track of field in Canada. The Event featured Usain Bolt and a very strong field of Olympians. Media from around the world picked up reported on this event. Here is an article about the event. That's entertainment Fri, June 12, 2009 Bolt captivates T.O. crowd with victory in 100 metres http://lfpress.ca/newsstand/Sports/OtherSp...772111-sun.html By STEVE SIMMONS Beneath a steady rain, an entire stadium stood together in silence and anticipation. All of them waiting for the show th
  2. I am so excited about this event.
  3. http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/display_a...le.php?id=32539 ESPN360.com To Stream Bolt's Toronto Meet Subject: ESPN360.com to Stream Exclusive Live Coverage of Usain Bolt's Return at the IAAF Festival of Excellence Track & Field Meet on Thursday, June 11 ESPN360.com has reached an agreement to offer exclusive coverage of the IAAF Festival of Excellence track & field meet live from Toronto this Thursday, June 11 beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET. Three-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica will compete in the 100m against Americans Shawn Crawford, Bernard Williams and Ivory Williams,
  4. From David Monti http://www.runnersweb.com/running/rw_news_...W_Toronto.html© 2009 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved RaceResultsWeekly.com Thursday's Festival of Excellence athletics meeting in Toronto will be streamed live at ESPN360.com, the Bristol, Conn., broadcaster announced today. Track's biggest superstar, Usain Bolt, will be competing in the 100m. The broadcast is free, but there's a catch: ESPN360.com content is only available when viewing the website thorough certain internet providers. ESPN says that the service is available in 25 million homes via 45 internet service pro
  5. BOLT HEADLINES FESTIVAL OF EXCELLENCE ON TSN ON THURSDAY http://www.tsn.ca/other_sports/story/?id=281285He broke world records at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Summer Games. Now, the world's fastest human, Usain Bolt, heads to Toronto to compete in the Festival of Excellence, airing live on TSN on Thursday, June 11 at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. (encore at 10:30pm et/7:30pm pt). The inaugural Festival of Excellence showcases some of the best athletes from Canada and around the world competing in a variety of track and field events. TSN's coverage is highlighted by Canadian athletes like two-time World
  6. Varsity Centre to Host Festival of Excellence http://www.olympic.ca/en/news/varsity-cent...ellence/Toronto, May 26, 2009 Credit: Jeff Jurmain Usain Bolt, Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, Perdita Felicien, Others Set To Blast Off One of the biggest phenoms ever to emerge from an Olympic Games is set to make his mark on the blue track of the University of Toronto's Varsity Centre on June 11. While the world waits to see just how fast Usain Bolt can run, he will participate in the 100 metres as the star attraction of the "Festival of Excellence." Will Bolt set another world record on Canadian soil?
  7. http://www.torontosun.com/sports/otherspor...366756-sun.html A jolt of Bolt Huge demand expected for Festival By LANCE HORNBY, SUN MEDIA In about 10 seconds -- hopefully less if your name is Usain Bolt -- the reputation of Varsity Stadium and the City of Toronto as a top track and field venue could get a boost. Not since the 1980s has the University of Toronto's premier outdoor athletic facility been mentioned in the same breath as world-class performances. But with the rebuilt stadium and 100-metre champion Bolt headlining the Festival Of Excellence on June 11, Varsity will be back on t
  8. Jim Jones the Pan Am Games gets zero coverage in North America. Its has been like that for years now, having the Pan Am Games in Toronto will change that.
  9. Tokyo has a strong technical bid and Rio 2016 is coming on strong. Either bid could win.
  10. The Pan Am Games were already staged in South America in 2007. I believe that the Pan Am Sports Committee is looking is looking for a change. They see Toronto as an opportunity to transform the Pan Am Games.
  11. People get riled up when I question the choice of David Peterson and Jagodta Pike as bid organizers. Everyone says the they have experience, but what do you do with that experience? Both David Peterson and Jagodta Pike should should focus on two things Lobbying and Public awareness. Hardly anyone knows Toronto is bidding for the 2015 Pan Am Games and the blame lays on David Peterson and Jagodta Pike. Also where is the lobbying strategy? Toronto 2015 should be out in every country in the Americas, promoting this bid, making friendships, bonding, connecting, promoting etc. Focusing on the b
  12. David Peterson was apart of the 1996 and 2008 Olympic Bids both lost. Jagodta Pike was apart of the 2010 and 2014 Common Wealth both lost. The people losers who do not know how to win a bid. They are doing nothing different then in the past.
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