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ROCKSOLID RACE | TRAINING SERIES | SACK RACE

At ROCKSOLID, we strive to ensure RACE OCR provides a range of physical and mental challenges needed to develop, strengthen and create the #beMORE you. Our philosophy is that everyone should be able to choose their CHALLENGE level and be REWARDED with comfortable facilities and great entertainment.
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Platinum Fitness Potato Sack Race

Great celebration dance at the Lethbridge Bulls Platinum Fitness Potato Sack Race.
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ACLC Ormoc Sportsfest 2006 - Sack Race

One of the minor parlor games played in ACLC Sportsfest 2006 was the Sack Race won by the Green Xenix.
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The Premier League sack race: who's getting fired first? | SPORT EXPLAINED

The Premier League sack race is a part of the secret Premier League sports day, featuring football manager egg-and-spoon and three-legged wheelbarrows. Alan Pardew of Newcastle United might win. Confused? So is Thom, but he'll try to explain anyway.

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Chris Wilder - In The Manager's Office #5: Part 2 | The Sack Race

Part 2 of The Sack Race's Manager of the Decade special. This is In The Manager's Office: Chris Wilder.

Key sections:
0:17 - Nearly joining Charlton Athletic
01:24 - Joining and winning promotion with Sheffield United
04:35 - Chris Wilder describes his management style
06:17: - Where Chris Wilder's inspiration came from
07:23 - Relationship with Alan Knill and backroom staff
10:37 - Post-match drinks with opposition manager
12:20 - Presenting Chris Wilder with Manager of the Decade trophy

Extract from The Sack Race's website (link below):

After leading Northampton to the title in 2016, Wilder turned down an offer from Charlton in order to return to his beloved Sheffield United as manager - after the Blades swooped in at the last minute following the departure of Nigel Adkins.

In the space of three-and-a-half-years Chris Wilder has galvanised Sheffield United. Reconnected the club with the fans and led the Blades from League One up to the top 6 of the Premier League*. (*At time of writing)

Let’s not forget the individual honour he received, after he scooped the LMA Manager of the Year award (2019) ahead of a certain Pep Guardiola.

One particular area that Chris Wilder has thrived in is the recruitment of players, which can often make or break a manager. John Fleck, David McGoldrick and Enda Stevens were all snapped up on free transfers, George Baldock and John Lundstram were both purchased for under £1m, while Ollie Norwood was a snip at £2m.

But it’s not just Chris Wilder's keen eye for a player that has proved exceptional, but his ability to improve players and encourage them to reach their potential, with the likes of Fleck, Jack O’Connell and Chris Basham progressing up the league ladder with Wilder; from the third-tier to the glitz and glamour of the English Premier League.

So what is Wilder’s secret?

“It’s the whole package, the people I work with are very well respected and work very hard at their jobs. There’s Alan Knill and my coaching staff, then Paul Mitchell and the recruitment.

“We’re not a chequebook football club. We have to work hard and look to see who fits in from a lot of aspects. We’re a football club that tries to improve football players on a Monday to Friday, through coaching and every other aspect.

“If you don’t sign good players and they don’t fit into your system, or they’re not the right people from an attitude or character point of view, then you’re going to fail. We don’t always get it right but we’ve had to get a lot right.

“I think the players deserve an enormous amount of credit as well. They’re the ones that have to take in the information which we give them to help them improve their game, and they then put into practice on a match day. I’m very proud of them.

“You don’t get prizes for spunking money! The key is to get value for money out of the players and maximize your budget.”

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Chris Wilder - In The Manager's Office #5: Part 2 | The Sack Race

Fun with Rural traditional sack race

Rural traditional sack race. Bengali factory laughter

Tobie Sports Day Sack race

Tobie winning the sack race at St Marys school sports day 27.6.2011

1986 Sack Race | World's Strongest Man

A torcherous 15 meters... It's the 1986 #WSM Sack Race

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Created in 1977, The World's Strongest Man™ has become the premier event in strength athletics. For over 30 years, the strongest men on the planet have come together in a series of unique and amazing tests of strength to determine The World's Strongest Man. The competition has travelled to stunning and varied locations such as Zambia, Iceland, Mauritius, Malaysia, Morocco, China and the USA.

For over three decades The World's Strongest Man has tested the limits of human strength, power, and endurance. The best strongmen on the planet and the most demanding challenges including Fingal's Fingers, Truck Pull, Dead Lift, Giant Farmers Walk, Plane Pull and the Atlas Stones have made the event a highlight in the TV calendar and the show a family favourite with a worldwide audience of over 220 million people.

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Michael Duff - Managers At Home #5 | The Sack Race

We jumped on a zoom call with Michael Duff to talk the League Two Play Off, Sean Dyche and being a Championship Manager legend

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Ian Evatt Managers At Home #2 | The Sack Race

In our second episode of #ManagersAtHome we spoke to Ian Evatt about the frustrating time for Barrow at the moment, Ian Holloway's mad manager techniques and his three isolation managers.

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Danny Cowley - Managers At Home #1| The Sack Race

Introducing #ManagersAtHome! A new series where we speak to managers live from their homes to talk about the future of football and life in lockdown.
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Chris Wilder - In The Manager's Office #4: Part 1 | The Sack Race

Chris Wilder - In The Manager's Office #4: Part 1 | The Sack Race

01:26 - Alfreton Town
03:46 - Halifax Town
05:22 - Oxford United and Northampton Town
08:53 - Not being paid at Northampton Town
11:00 - Northampton Town Takeover

Part 2 coming 2nd February 2020...

After leading Northampton Town to the League Two title in 2016, Chris Wilder had elevated his managerial stock to new heights.

Rumours were rife that recently relegated Championship clubs weere on the hunt for Wilder’s signature as they each sought a swift return to the second tier.

“I was due for a press conference in London at 2 o’clock and I was intercepted along the way,” Wilder explained to The Sack Race.

“The night before I received a phone call that I wasn’t expecting: ‘Would you be interested in speaking to the board of directors at Sheffield United in London on the Tuesday morning?’.

“I met them at 8 o’clock and about half-an-hour later I was asked to leave the room. I walked into a side room with my assistant Alan Knill, who’d been in the interview with me, and turned to him and said: ‘I think we’ve got this job and we’re going to have to take it.’

“It was always talked about by a lot of my friends and people that I knew in Sheffield, but obviously I’d never coveted it, yet I knew that if I got offered the job I’d never forgive myself if I didn’t take it.

“So I came back into the room, and was then offered the job. I was obviously proud and delighted to be given the opportunity of managing this famous football club.

“I then had to make a difficult phone call to Charlton...which somebody else did - that’s why you’ve got agents!”

Wilder’s managerial career spans nearly 20 years; from the ninth-tier of England’s league ladder right up to the dizzying heights of the Premier League.

During this time Wilder has enjoyed title triumphs, promotions, a quadruple, an LMA Manager of the Year accolade, and more recently he was crowned The Sack Race’s Manager of the Decade (2010 to 2019).

It’s remarkable to think that the boss started the previous decade in the Blue Square Premier when his Oxford side faced Tamworth in early 2010, only to then end the decade at the helm of his boyhood club Sheffield United who finished 2019 with a match against Pep Guardiola’s defending champions Man City. What a memorable managerial journey it has been, and continues to be.

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Ross Embleton - Managers At Home #4 | The Sack Race

We meet the Leyton Orient manager Ross Embleton for the fourth episode of #ManagersAtHome and talked about Justin Edinburgh's managerial influence and the potential of League One and Two being cancelled.

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Jim Bentley - In The Manager's Office #3 | The Sack Race

Non-League AFC Fylde open the plush doors to their stadium and training ground to allow us to speak to Jim Bentley in his new office. We talk to Jim about becoming a manager, managing Morecambe for nine years and dropping down for the exciting new project at Fylde.

This is Jim Bentley - In The Manager's Office

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Backyard Olympics - The Sack Race

Backyard Olympics present The Sack Race

Bisak Sports Day - Sack Race

British International School of Al Khobar - Preschool Sports Day Feb 27, 2010

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Sack race around snow fort at Cleveland Maslenitsa

Snow Games were a big part of the first annual Maslenitsa event in the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio. A large snow for was built which led to snow ball fights. More organized games took place such as this sack race around the fort.

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