Ray Black Jr. is driving the No. 07 ScubaLife Chevrolet Silverado for the full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule this season. Ray had a great race- a top-five finish at Daytona International Speedway—it was actually the best finish of his young Truck Series career. Ray is driving for long-time truck series owner Bobby Dotter and SS Green Light Racing—the team has more than 335 consecutive starts in the truck series dating back to 2001. The truck series continues to be a strong series that continues attracts up and coming talent.
2XU Exercise Physiologist Jeff Nicholls is an Exercise Physiologist for 2XU, Australia’s leading technical sports brand, and a former US Navy Seal. Nicholls graduated from Troy University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology. He was an assistant strength coach where he oversaw 14 of 17 Div 1 sports teams while at the University.
Rick Limpert has been covering the world of sports technology for years and in March of 2012, he brought his expertise and a bevy of guests to The Tech of Sports on NetcastStudio.com. He’s interviewed professional and Olympic athletes. CEOs of tech companies and athletes that depend on the latest technology for their living. Happy 100th episode
Rick is again joined by James Ross. Ross is the author of six fiction novels from Prairie Winds Golf Course high atop the Mississippi river bluffs east of St. Louis, MO. His newest novel is Shari’s Shot. Threatening texts and a lover’s triangle muddy up a high society divorce. When a body is found in a commuter parking lot a detective duo is determined to find out who was the killer.
Rick is joined this week by Dan Shube, a golf writer and broadcaster to talk about golf products and technology as well as his take on the recently completed, 2015 PGA Merchandise Show. For almost two decades, Dan has been an active member of the South Florida media, covering golf, travel and entertainment. During that time he has been a member of the exclusive Golf Writers Association of America.
Stephanie Tilenius is a well-known in Silicon Valley where she spent the last few years at venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins after leading commerce at Google for a few years. Before Google she was a longtime eBay employee in their PayPal business. In the ’90s she founded online pharmacy PlanetRx.