Beene, Chris 2010-01-08

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Interviewee Name: Chris Beene

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Date: January 08, 2010

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Bill Tynan

Length: 01:11:52


Background, Born in Lubbock, TX, Family background, High school athletic experience, Mentors- coaches and parents, Interest in track, Good coaches- Coach Foster and Sperry, High school track meets, Memorable high school events, District track high jump, Track teammates, Changes in track materials, Favorite high school teachers, Mrs. Stanford-typing, Mr. Bell- chemistry, College experiences, Choosing Angelo State University, Good professors, Influence from Coach Kittley, Walk-on in track, Scholarships, College athletics, Social life, Lone Star Conference, All- American in Decathlon, Traveling for track meets, Coaching, Texas A&I in Kingsville, Texas, Volunteer coaching at Abilene Christian University, Assistant at Texas Tech University, Coaching men vs. coaching women, Coaching at Wayland Baptist University, Choosing the job, Favorite professors, Dr. Bill Hardage, South Plains College, Move to Levelland, Texas, Distance coaching, Coaching experiences, Views on recruiting, Traveling during track, International recruits, South Plains College, Track and Field facilities, Hosting the National Championship, Community support, Assistant- Lane Riley, Coaching views, Track and field associations, Olympic coaching, Making decisions, Changes in collegiate sports, Coaching, International athletes, Technology, Advice to students, Have passion, Positive mentors, Coaching views cont., Best athletes to coach, Making experience easier for foreign students, Passion for coaching, Interview ends

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