Larry McReynolds currently serves as a racing analyst on FOX SPORTS, FOX SPORTS 1, TNT and a columnist on FOXsports.com. His NASCAR career began in 1975. He worked his way up the ladder and took his first crew chief job in 1985. His first win as a crew chief was in 1988 at Watkins Glen with Ricky Rudd as the driver.
McReynolds was the winning crew chief for the 1992 Daytona 500, with driver Davey Allison, in the 28 Robert Yates Racing Ford Thunderbird. He joined Richard Childress Racing in 1996, and helped NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt win the 1998 Daytona 500. At the end of the 2000 season, Larry made a difficult decision to leave the Richard Childress owned #31 Lowe’s Chevrolet and ventured into the Fox Sports broadcast booth with Mike Joy and three time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip. The three have worked together since the 2001 season, serving as commentators for many Sprint Cup (2001–present) and Nationwide Series (2001-2006) races.
Basketball player Jermaine Middleton will tell his story in his upcoming book for VIP Ink Publishing. Middleton spent most of his childhood and teen years in his birthplace of Los Angeles, California. He never played basketball until he was 16, when he underwent a seven inch growth spurt. At that point, Willie E. West Jr., the head coach at Crenshaw high school, recruited him to join the team. Middleton graduated in 2003, then finished his high school career at South Kent School, an all-boys prep school in Connecticut.
After that, Jermaine attended Central Connecticut State University for two years, then transferred to Northwood University in West Palm Beach, Florida. In a two year span where he played for Northwood, his team won 54 games, winning the regular season Sun Conference Championship both years. In 2008, the team advanced to the NAIA National Tournament Quarterfinals, and were ranked in the top16 of the NAIA in 2009.
Middleton was a huge success at Northwood. He displayed the ability to rebound the ball on both ends of the floor, as well as use a soft touch around the basket. He also runs the floor well, can shoot a jumper, shoot a jump-hook with two hands, and bock shots.
In 2009 at the Premier Basketball League Draft, Middleton was drafted ninth overall by the two-time defending champion Rochester Razor Sharks. In 2012, Jermaine “Stretch” Middleton signed with the Harlem Globetrotters. At 7’4”, he is the third tallest player in team history.
Nicole Moneer was chronically ill on Rx and OTC drugs for almost 20 years; she was sick and tired of being sick. With proper consistent nutrition, workouts and supplements, Nicole improved the quality of her life. Her accomplishments include: IFBB Bikini Pro, internationally published fitness model and writer, sponsored athlete for industry giant bodybuilding.com, VPX/Redline spokes model, and 1994-1995 Chicago Bulls Cheerleader.
Showcasing her competition results and fitness tips, Nicole has been featured in such publications as Muscular Development, Oxygen, Planet Muscle, Fitness Rx, Health & Fitness, Flex, FitnessX Magazine, MuscleMag, Muscle & Fitness, Ms. Fitness Magazine and Iron Man Magazine. She also has been featured on a variety of local Chicago-area and south Florida television and radio shows, as well as, international fitness websites.
Nicole has touched the hearts of thousands with her drive, passion and determination.
Ric Moore is a world renowned photographer. Moore is most noted for working for Playboy for the last twenty years. His work can be seen all over the world. Not only has he photographed prominent Playboy models and seminal events such as the very first stadium rock concert in the USSR, photographing musicians such as Ozzy Osborne, Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Skid Row, the Scorpions and the very unique moment in time which brought them together. Ric is also one of the five photographers which make up “Shoot The Centerfold”, an elite group of professional photographers with Playboy backgrounds who are considered to be the most respected and admired throughout world in their field.