|Member since:||February 09, 2002|
|Last visit:||March 10, 2016|
I am also a die-hard St. Louis Cardinals fan. When I arrived in the U.S. in 1987, the Cardinals were in the World Series against the Twins, and I became a fan ever since. I have some very fond memories of warm summer nights in my room with the radio tuned into Cardinals baseball.
I have been to a couple of sporting events I find hard to forget. In September 2001 I attended the F1 race at Indy. I saw Ralf Schumacher ride a scooter right past me and a friend of mine almost tripped him up. The sounds and sensations of a F1 car braking from >150 MPH down to second gear was quite a rush.
"The most dramatic turnaround in NCAA history": culminated in a national championship yesterday as Craig Tiley coached the University of Illinois men's tennis team to the NCAA Championship over Vanderbilt. Even more amazing is the fact that they won it without a single foreign player on the roster,