Steve Timmons
Volleyball player
Steve Timmons
Steve Dennis Timmons is a former volleyball player from the United States, who represented the USA at three consecutive Summer Olympics starting in 1984. In each tournament he won a medal: two gold (1984 and 1988) and one bronze (1992). Steve played his high school volleyball at Newport Harbor High School before going to Orange Coast College and the University of Southern California.
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Juan Hernández gana plata en voly playero - El Sol de Tijuana
Google News - over 5 years
Allá en el puerto llegaron a jugar arriba de 600 parejas y participó Steve Timmons, parte del seleccionado de voleibol de sala que conquistó medallas olímpicas en 1984 y 1988. Desde 1999, las parejas se forman por sorteo, lo que llaman lotería y Juan
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USA Volleyball, but not school, honors ex-SDSU coach - San Diego Union Tribune
Google News - almost 6 years
We haven't heard much out of US volleyball since the days of Karch Kiraly, Steve Timmons, Dusty Dvorak and Chris Marlowe. But Henn sees nothing but great things for his sport. “It's better than ever,” he says. “It just doesn't get the coverage these
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Sleeping pills common in drug busts - CBC.ca
Google News - almost 6 years
Steve Timmons, with Cape Breton Regional Police, said officers often find prescription bottles with the labels scratched off. "So it's quite obvious it has come from a legitimate source that has then been sold," he told CBC News
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Stretching A Six-Pack
NYTimes - almost 7 years
''I COULD only hope and pray that I could have a career like Mark Wahlberg,'' said Kellan Lutz, the abdominally gifted young actor whose recent career highlights include the roles of ancillary vampire sibling and yet another Freddy Krueger victim. Who wouldn't? Though it has been seven years since he went from working as a shirtless greeter at an
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BEACH VOLLEYBALL; King of the Beach Becomes a Career
NYTimes - over 22 years
There was a time when beach volleyball was a statement about the California life style, when 20-something men and women drove to Laguna Beach and Newport Beach at 7 A.M. to get a court and play a few games before the sun and the sand were hot. Being a beach volleyball player meant instant status in California, and it was there that a new game
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VOLLEYBALL; Winning Was Like A Day at The Beach
NYTimes - about 24 years
Four men. A volleyball. Some sand between the toes. So simple. So summery. But for James Arnemann, vice president of production for Madison Square Garden, the Evian Indoor Beach Volleyball Challenge yesterday was anything but a stroll on the boardwalk. "We're going from an ice show to a beach to an indoor track meet, all in two days," Arnemann
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VOLLEYBALL; U.S. Team Exacts a Measure of Revenge
NYTimes - over 24 years
Most of the hair grew back after, say, the first month or so. Of course, that didn't make any of the members of the United States volleyball team feel much better. It wasn't their baldness that nagged at them after they returned home from Barcelona, Spain. It was the color of their Olympic medals -- bronze -- and the reason they had received them.
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BARCELONA: VOLLEYBALL; Youth Is Served as Americans Grab a Bronze
NYTimes - over 24 years
The match turned on a dime, and it was all too obvious today who had become loose change on the United States volleyball team. Steve Timmons, ailing and sleep-deprived, went out. Bob Samuelson, spunky and strong, replaced him. With the legend gone and with the wild child ripping 18 kills and 6 blocks from the outside hitter spot, the Americans
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BARCELONA: VOLLEYBALL; The Bald Eagle Is Flying a Little Lower
NYTimes - over 24 years
Brazil. Why did the United States men's volleyball team have to play Brazil? "We were undefeated, they were undefeated," said the American star Steve Timmons after a 12-15, 15-8, 15-9, 15-12 defeat tonight ended his three-peat Olympic dream. "It's not fair that we play in the semis, when Holland goes 2-3 in their pool and gets an easy path to the
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BARCELONA: VOLLEYBALL; Hush Comes Over the Court As U.S. Squad Moves On
NYTimes - over 24 years
The stubble has become fuzz, which has become full-grown volleyball. With those wild, bald, preliminary days behind it, the United States volleyball team tonight showed some real resilience and maturity in a 12-15, 15-10, 15-4, 15-11 victory over the Unified Team in the quarterfinals of the Olympic tournament. "We didn't want to peak too early,
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BARCELONA: Roundup; Bald Heads Send Italy an Upsetting Message
NYTimes - over 24 years
The United States men's volleyball team, those guys with the chips on their shoulders and the stubble on their heads, have been talking for most of these Olympics about fighting the power. They finally got their chance tonight and came out swinging. And it wasn't the $1-million-a-year professional Steve Timmons or the loud and proud reserve Bob
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BARCELONA: VOLLEYBALL; Shave and a Haircut Is Worth 2 Victories
NYTimes - over 24 years
The Spanish press was cheering, the Olympic committee volunteers were on their feet swaying and singing and the flags were flapping even without a breeze inside the Pavello de la Vall d'Hebron. If there is any question what a homecourt advantage looks like in volleyball, the tape of today's game between the United States men's team and Spain could
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BARCELONA: VOLLEYBALL; 12 Angry (Bald) Men Set Out to Make Point
NYTimes - over 24 years
He is No. 9 on the scorecards and No. 1 in the departments of high-fiving, fist-pumping and trash-talking. That's how you will have to identify Bob Samuelson from now on, because after today, he's just another big, bald guy in a crowd of lookalikes as the United States men's volleyball team pursues truth, justice and a maybe even a third straight
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BARCELONA - A VIEWERS GUIDE: The Sports; Volleyball
NYTimes - over 24 years
HOW IT'S DONE: An Olympic sport since 1964, volleyball is one of the most popular team events in the Games. The game combines the brute strength needed for spiking, the finesse necessary for setups and fakes and the quickness required for diving after balls spiked by the other team. The game is played with six to a side on a court about 59 feet by
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SPORTS PEOPLE: VOLLEYBALL; Timmons Makes Third Olympic Team
NYTimes - over 24 years
STEVE TIMMONS, who can become the first player in Olympic volleyball history to win three straight gold medals, heads the United States team that was named Tuesday for the Barcelona Games. Timmons is the only player to return from the 1984 squad and one of six to return from the '88 team. SPORTS PEOPLE: VOLLEYBALL
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SIDELINES: OLYMPIC WATER RIGHTS; Athletes Increase Liquid Assets
NYTimes - about 25 years
The 1992 Winter Olympics may have ended yesterday, but we have not heard the last of speed skater BONNIE BLAIR and figure skater KRISTI YAMAGUCHI who, among other things, will advise us to drink water in future months. Evian, one of more than 40 firms that are official Olympic sponsors, signed Blair and Yamaguchi in advance on the good chance they
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The Media Business; Magazines Follow Readers to the Beach
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Summer is ending soon, but the lure of the beach remains strong -especially for magazine readers. Summer is ending soon, but the lure of the beach remains strong -especially for magazine readers. Indeed, the California beach scene, which has spawned fads in fashion and sports for more than 30 years, is carving out magazine niches as diverse
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: FRIDAY Baseball FRIDAY Baseball BOSTON (AL) - Placed Jim Rice, designated hitter, on the 21-day disabled list. Recalled Carlos Quintana, first baseman-outfielder, from Pawtucket of the International League. CLEVELAND (AL) - Purchased the contract of Dave Hengel, outfielder, from Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Mike Young,
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Men's Volleyball; U.S. Repeats Gold-Medal Performance
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Is America ready for a new America's Team? As Karch Kiraly of the gold-medal volleyball team noted this afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys are not exactly claiming the title these days. Is America ready for a new America's Team? As Karch Kiraly of the gold-medal volleyball team noted this afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys are not exactly claiming the
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Sports of The Times; The Many Faces of America
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: ''All right, gang, let's get it together for the closing ceremony tomorrow. First you put your left foot out, then your right. It's called marching. Please don't carry ''Hi, Mom'' banners and NBC signs. You can't begin to know how childish that looked in the opening ceremony.'' ''All right, gang, let's get it together for the closing ceremony
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Steve Timmons
    FORTIES
  • 2004
    Age 45
    He co-founded and was president of the company Redsand, which he sold in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details He teamed with Karch Kiraly several times, including a stint in Italy playing club volleyball. His ex-wife was basketball executive, Jeanie Buss. He currently is married to actress Debbe Dunning, who played Heidi on Home Improvement.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1958
    Born
    Born in 1958.
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