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Tom Fitzsimmons


Tom Fitzsimmons is the Program Director for Nevada County Broadcasters, and morning show host at KNCO NewsTalk 830, but his favorite job is being husband to Roxanne and Dad to his daughter's Katie and Kelly, and step dad to Tyson and Megan. Tom and Roxanne just became grandparents with the birth of Megan's daughter, Hazel Virginia. Tom also is the voice of High School Football and Basketball play by play. His hobbies include playing and watching all sports and taking long hikes both locally and in the Sierras with his dog, Angel. He also has taken up distance running and just started to get into road cycling.

The Olympic Spirit

I love watching the Olympics and I love rooting for the USA athletes!  Nothing better!!  But it is also wonderful to discover the other athletes of the world and how much work and support it takes for them to compete and maybe get a medal.  And, is there any better story of love than Canadian Freestyle Skier, Alex Bilodeau, and his inspiration and biggest supporter, his older brother, Frederic.  Both celebrated his second career gold on the podium last night.  Frederic has cerebral palsy, but Alex credits his victory for his brother working hard with him every step of the way.  Just wonderful…beautiful!!  All the best to the Bilodeaus’, and all our athletes.

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