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- Al Feuerbach: Allan Dean Feuerbach is a former track and field athlete from the United States, who competed for his native country in the men's shot put event at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1972. On May 5, 1973, he broke Randy Matson's seven-year-old world record in the shot put by throwing 21.82 meters. Just weeks later, competing in a different sport, olympic-style weight lifting, he finished second in the heavyweight division at the U.S. weightlifting championships.
- Al Feuerbach is a nominee in the 32nd Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Post Produced Audio/Sound.
- nominated to Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Post Produced Audio/Sound - "Hard Knocks" (Training Camp with the New York Jets), with Scott Carter, Vince Caputo, Geoff Pawlikowski, Greg McGraw, Willie O'Bryan, Kyle Hartigan, Frank Hamilton, Paul Flinton, Steve Moseley, Rich Markowitz, Jerry Mahler, Mark Ricci, Ryan Stridde & Paul Pizzica
- Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Post Produced Audio/Sound - "Hard Knocks" (Training Camp with the New York Jets), with Vince Caputo, Scott Carter, Paul Flinton, Frank Hamilton, Kyle Hartigan, Jerry Mahler, Rich Markowitz, Greg McGraw, Steve Moseley, Willie O'Bryan, Geoff Pawlikowski, Paul Pizzica, Mark Ricci & Ryan Stridde
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by Shepard, Greg, Goss, Kim
Al Feuerbach is a former world record holder in the shot put who would compete in weightlifting meets in-season, winning the National Championships. IN- SEASON PROGRAM If a team trains in the off-season and doesn't train in-season , ...
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