Ron Barr interviews Pro Bowler Jim Harbaugh about his memories of Bill Walsh, the mentality of a great coach and the difference between motivating collegiate athletes versus professional athletes. This interview took place on March 20th, 2007.
Ron Barr interviews Super Bowl MVP John Elway about the difference between being a player and a front office executive, the confidence the team had before the Super Bowl and how he earned the respect of his teammates. This interview took place on August 8th, 2003.
Ron Barr interviews Sports Emmy Award winner Joe Buck about the pressure he felt going into broadcasting, the memories of broadcasting in the minor leagues and the transition from radio to television. This interview took place on December, 5th, 2012.
Ron Barr interviews one of the greatest players ever Willie Mays about baseball never becoming mundane during the long seasons. He also compares playing center field at multiple ballparks. This interview took place on May 25th, 2005.
Ron Barr interviews Hall of Famer Brett Hull about his family’s involvement in the game of hockey, the cherished father/son relationship he had with his dad, and the moment he truly blossomed as a hockey player. This interview took place on March 16th, 2007.
Ron Barr interviews legendary Dodgers radio broadcaster Vin Scully about his upbringing in New York in the 1930s, listening to live games on his radio as a child, and his broadcasting inspirations growing up. This interview took place on December 12th, 2012.
Ron Barr interviews John Wooden about his book "Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success."
Ron Barr interviews “The Rock” himself Dwayne Johnson about the techniques of acting versus the technique of being in movies, and the increasing amount of athletes who aspire to be actors. This interview took place on September 26th, 2007.
Ron Barr interviews Pat Summitt about her illustrious career and winning over 1,000 games.
Ron Barr interviews Venus and Serena’s father Richard Williams about raising two of the most influential characters in tennis, and the intangible abilities he saw in Venus and Serena at a young age. This interview took place on January 24th, 2005.
Ron Barr interviews gold medalist Ryan Lochte about the adjustments he needs to make in order to compete, why he’s been so successful and being a perfectionist. This interview took place on August 8th, 2011.
Ron Barr interviews four-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin about her training regimen after the Olympics, becoming a professional at such a young age, and balancing a normal teenage life with being a famous swimmer. This interview took place on August 14th, 2013.
Ron Barr interviews 20-time wrestling champion “Macho Man” Randy Savage about his fued with Jerry Lawler, wrestlers overcoming the urges not to hurt one another, and overcoming the fear of risking his life in the ring. This interview took place on June 8th, 2001.
Ron Barr interviews “captain clutch” himself Derek Jeter about his ability to be so consistent in the postseason, and the young players respecting the game more than they used to. This interview took place on June 1st, 1999.
Ron Barr interviews Super Bowl champion coach Tony Dungy about his low-key nature to coaching and life in general, and his ability to stay calm during intense coaching situations. This interview took place on July 25th, 2007.
Ron Barr interviews 8-time Major champion Tom Watson about his memorable U.S. Open shot at Pebble Beach, and the adjustments he’s made as he’s gotten older. This interview took place on October 27th, 2006.
Ron Barr interviews University of North Carolina head coach Anson Dorrance about growing up in a millitary family, and his perspective of soccer's worldwide popularity. This interview took place on September 22nd, 2014
Ron Barr interviews Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee about working with kids, the work required to be a professional athlete and performing at your best. This interview took place on October 13th, 2006.
Ron Barr interviews the legendary pitcher with 7 no-hitters Nolan Ryan about his first introduction to baseball and pitching as a youngster, picking up the change-up in 1981, and the zone he was in during his 7 no-hitters. This interview took place on November 14th, 2000.
Ron Barr interviews “World Athlete of the Century” Carl Lewis about the moment he found out his mother was a track-and-field star, his motivation to be a progressive and forward thinker, and the criticism he received for speaking his mind. This interview took place on July 8th, 2004.