Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA with Alex Kentucky
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA nbci322 Get ready to have journey to Ibiza without leaving home, now you will have the chance to enjoy anywhere at any time the Nassau Beach Club sounds by Alex Kentucky. 01. BLU ATTIC - Rays of Gold feat. Sana Arora 02. YANNEK MAUNZ, JOHANSON - Get Out 03. Q NARONGWATE - Sweet N Treats (Deephope Remix) 04. DOP feat. WAHM (FR) - Limit Of Speech 05. DINO LENNY - I've Learned That (Unreleased Extended Edit) 06. AYALA & Abrao - A Mente Delira (Tojura Remix) 07. JPATTERSON - Once More 08. SNOWEDIN - In Keeper's Keep 09. JAMIE JONES feat. Channel Tres - Got Time For Me 10. SETH SCHWARZ & ARTEMIDES - Dialuna 11. LALO LEVY - Control NASSAU MIXCLOUD SELECT Exclusive channel https://www.alexkentucky.com https://www.nassaubeachclub.com Encoded and Host by MUSICZONE RECORDS
Mixed Emotions by Brian Norwood
As you know I have three DJ mix series that I produce: Sophisticated Deep, Morning and Chill. All three of the series are authentic labors of love of mine; artistic works that genuinely come from deep within. As I sit and ponder I sometimes think that the Deep sets differ so strikingly from the Chill and Morning sets. But upon deeper thought...no, they actually don't. From the very beginning of my spinning career I was known for having a "morning" sound. Back in the old days...it was actually called "morning music". But times have changed (and so have I) and it's not called that anymore. However, the SPIRIT of it all is still the same. In the old days when I played live I often played trance and progressive house before ending up in "morning music" in the late night hours. If you analyze my music today...you will hear that my Morning and Chill sets are musical descendants of the old morning music and that my Deep sets are musical descendants of the trance and progressive house sound I used to play. At the end of the day...all these sounds that I play are still rooted (mostly) in the late-night and morning hours.So...I have changed a lot...but not at all, all at once. That's some stuff to ponder. Let's talk about this, my newest Deep mix. Wow. I couldn't be happier with this. As you know I like my mix sets to be little journeys. This journey generally consists of three distinct sections. I start the set off by gently sending you off into soothing organic and melodic house. About five songs in I subtly transition into a deep and sexy sound that has masculine and sturdy tribal undertones. Lots of percussion, horns and sexy rolling rhythms. And finally, before you know it, I crescendo into a sound of melodic and anthemic progressive house. All three segments of the mix very subtly belong together. I hope you love taking this mini journey as much as I loved making it. From my heart...to your ears....ENJOY. #/ARTIST/TITLE/REMIX01. El Mundo, Zazou/Through Your System/Original02. Larson (AR)/Moments/Original Mix03. Hermanez/Jinx/Volen Sentir Pure Magic Healing04. Domingo +/Everything Is OK/Original Mix05. Serious Dances/Time For School/Original Mix06. Amonita/Jungle Blues/Makebo Remix07. Lannka/Quiero Vivir/Original Mix08. Lannka/Daraxa/Derun Remix09. Gabriel Balky/Go Ahead/Original Mix10. Momo Khani/Azadi/Original Mix11. Noiyse Project/Aurora Rain/Greenage Remix12. Amir Telem/Prayer To The Sea/Greg Ochman MixFOR WORLDWIDE DJ BOOKING INFORMATION:Email: IamBrianNorwood@gmail.comPhone: 615-418-8900Instagram: DJ Brian NorwoodFacebook: Brian Norwood
Deep Sunset House and Progressive Podcast - The Melodic Sessions by Prototype 202
Melodic Session is back with another mix of the best melodic music for your aural satisfaction. Tracks and remixes from PROFF, Eli and Fur, Above and Beyond, Jody Wisternoff, Stan Kolev and more Subalpine - Sea to Sky Taleman - Little Lonely MAA - Frozen (The Orange Remix) Eli and Fur - Where I Find My Mind LAR - Collide Above and Beyond - Surge Npi - Freefly LTN - Echo Moon Boots- Come Back Around (Romain Garcia Mix) Eli and Fur - Temptation Legato- Petals JODA - Closer (Simon Doty Remix) Eugene Becker - Nostalgia Stan Kolev - Satori Max Smith - The Way (Lessov Dub Mix)
We saw one of the biggest fields outside of Kona descend onto the island of Ibiza for the European PTO Tour. This week we discuss the incredible performances from Max Neuwmann and Anne Haug, Jan Frodeno making his return to racing, just how close was Alistair Brownlee from hanging onto for that win, did Magnus Ditlev decide the race, how was Lucy Charles-Barclay looking early in the season and much more. We also discuss Sam Long's win in St George and Lionel Sanders being slightly off form. IronMan Australia coming down to the wire and what happened to Joe Skipper at World Triathlon Long Distance World Champs. For more information about MX Endurance: http://www.mxendurance.com To watch this podcast as a video visit: https://bit.ly/3vzSss2 Claim your free Off-Season Strength Training Plan: https://mxendurance.com/free-plan Or check MX Endurance out on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeamMaccax/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mxendurance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mxendurance You can follow James at https://www.instagram.com/bale.james85 You can follow Tim at https://www.instagram.com/tford14
This weeks we are back at the International Music Summit with a female led conversation on the Power of Voice. The episode was recorded LIVE in the Garden Suite of Destino Ibiza and was hosted by Eco activist, documentary maker and Co-founder of EarthRise Alice Aedy. Alice has travelled to the climate front lines to document the human cost of climate change to give a human face and share the human stories that are all too often missing from climate storytelling. Alice guided a beautiful conversation about how we can all use our voice to empower our art, fuel music, inspire movement and make a positive change in a world that seems transfixed on doom talk when it comes to climate. Sophie Shnapp of Earth Percent spoke of the idea of having a voice through change making. So having a voice through music and having a political stance and feels that being at places like IMS is and important place to share this. Mollie Mendoza works in the healing arts with dance and embodiment and is a female empowerment coach. She shared the way we use our voice internally and externally and says our inner voice is just as important as the one we express to others and create boundaries and communicate and spoke of the art of relating. Poet Ebyan Zanini shared the way her voice has influenced her art and healing and how both are intrinsically linked. In October The Reset rebel will be hosting our second Ibiza installment of our Women´ - s voice activation retreat 14 and 15 October 2023 - More details here: www.resetrebelproductions.com
Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I have an interview with Spearfisherwoman and Ocean Evangelist Valentine Thomas. Valentine was born in Montreal and trained as a lawyer in Canada, then worked in finance in London. Dissatisfied with her work in law and finance, Valentine was introduced to spearfishing while on holiday in Ibiza. The ocean - which she once feared - became her greatest passion, and she made fishing and diving her life's work. Today on the podcast, we talk about spearfishing, tips for eco-friendly seafood choices, her cookbook Good Catch: A Guide to Sustainable Fish and Seafood with Recipes from the World's Oceans, and recipes from the cookbook for canned sardines, the best tartar sauce, gummy bears using fish scales, fish, and pancakes, as well as fish head nachos. Things We Mention In This Episode: Connect with Valentine Thomas How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook Free Training Join the waitlist for the next cohort of Cookbooks on KDP
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA with Alex Kentucky
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA nbci321 Get ready to have journey to Ibiza without leaving home, now you will have the chance to enjoy anywhere at any time the Nassau Beach Club sounds by Alex Kentucky. 1. MADI DIAZ - Trust Fall 02. CHROMATICS - You're No Good 03. FOOTPRINTZ - Uncertain Change 04. PERSEUS - Seychelles 05. BONAR BRADBERRY - You Were Away 06. JULES ETIENNE - Dude's Den 07. LANCELOT - We Can Dance (Frames Remix) 08. HONEYFEET - Meet Me on the Corner (Crazy P Remix) 09. JOZIF & Terri Walker - Twilight 10. CONSOLE - A Homeless Ghost (Daniel Bortz Remix) 11. MIDNIGHT MAGIC - Drop Me A Line (Mano Le Tough remix) NASSAU MIXCLOUD SELECT Exclusive channel https://www.alexkentucky.com https://www.nassaubeachclub.com Encoded and Host by MUSICZONE RECORDS
In this Episode Joedie and Tom chat about the PTO race and recap joe's his long course Triathlon in Ibiza.. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we spend the majority of the episode talking about the last few races Eric and Paula raced in the US and in Europe. Paula won St. Anthony's Triathlon, and then they both went to race in Ibiza, Spain. We also get to some of your questions about the new drafting detection technology, disc wheels, if wetsuits are worth it, and more! To help support the podcast, as well as submit your own question, head over to http://www.thattriathlonlife.com
Not A Diving Podcast with Scuba
This is final part of our series of podcasts recorded at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, better known as IMS. Cocoon was a the first party to bring Techno to Ibiza. Sven Väth was a huge name in 1998 but bringing the real sound to what, up til that point, been a musical landscape that was probably best described as light-hearted was a big risk. But they made it work at twenty seasons later a legend had been born. Johannes Goller was there from the very start, and despite youth and inexperience was soon the main man for Cocoon in Ibiza. He has the stories to prove it.This was a wide ranging discussion covering Ibiza today, and Johannes' new party Trip, but going all the way back to the very first season of Cocoon and the challenges of bringing a fresh sound to the island. We also discuss after-parties, local politics, the changing nature of Techno in the 2000s and beyond, and much else besides. This was a great way to wrap up our IMS series. Next week we'll be back on a regular schedule. If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! We'd be honoured and extremely grateful for your contribution to developing the show. Plus there's a private area......in the Hotflush Discord ServerListen to all the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlistFor more links and other info visit the official Scuba websiteFollow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport
Sandy toes are the order of the day as we meet Sephardic Persian flamenco dancer Leilah Broukhim in today´s episode on the shores of Es Figueral. Born in New York Leilah has been based in Spain since 2000 and began her Flamenco dance formation with respected New York-based professors who gave her the necessary foundation to follow her growth in Spain. In Madrid, she continued her studies at the renowned dance academy Amor de Dios under great masters of flamenco, including Maria Magdalena, Manuel Reyes, Rafaela Carrasco and José Maya, while completing her knowledge of flamenco in Seville with the Farrucos. From Flamenco came Leilah´s first forray into learning spanish Flamenco guitar in exchange for english lessons and as her confidence grew so did her songwriting. Her first song was about an Ex Love and from there five tracks created her very first EP which landed late last year in November. The Curve was celebrated and initially launched in Madrid but this Sunday, Ibiza will have the pleasure of experienced round two at Can Cacao. Tickets available here: https://tinyurl.com/THECURVEIBIZA
This weekend had it all. We had every tier of racing. Bronze to Diamond! All the best triathletes descended to iconic venues of St. George, Ibiza, Port Macquarie, Marbella, and White Lake. Enjoy our chats and thoughts on how the races unfolded. Join waterfall racing team https://www.waterfallracing.com/Open waterfall bank accounthttps://www.waterfallbank.com/Buy a ShaverCode: Protrinews20https://www.manscaped.com/products/Get yourself some Pillar Performance https://pillarperformance.shop/pages/htt-podcastORhttps://thefeed.com/search?query=pillar%20performanceListen to How they train podcast:https://howtheytrain.podbean.com/
The PTO European Open is the feature this week. 28 of the fastest pro men and 28 of the fastest pro women will be fighting it out over the 100km distance in Ibiza, Spain on May 6th. The race comprises of a 2km swim, 80km bike and 18km run. Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf are two of the greatest triathletes to ever grace this planet, but they have some serious competitors waiting for them in the likes of Kristian Blummenfelt, Ashleigh Gentle, Magnus Ditlev, Lucy Charles-Barclay and many other top talents. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products powered by LIVESTEADY to fuel your sport. LIVSTEADY was purposefully designed to work with your body, delivering long-lasting energy you can feel. LIVSTEADY's unique time-release profile allows your body to access energy consistently throughout the day, unlocking your natural ability to stay focused and calm while providing the fuel you need to meet your daily challenges. Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co UCAN Fact: Emma Bates's marathon of 2:22:10 Emma Bates (born July 8, 1992) is an American middle- and long-distance runner. She is a 12-time All-American, the 2014 NCAA 10,000 champion competing for Boise State University, and the 2018 U.S. Women's Marathon Champion. In 2021, Bates moved to Boulder, Colorado to join Team Boss and is coached by Joe Bosshard. Emma fuels her marathons with 1 UCAN Edge energy gel every 5k. During Boston, she consumed an Edge gel at every 5k water stop except for at 40k. She consumed a total of 7 gels to fuel her personal best marathon of 2:22:10. In training, Emma takes an Edge gel every 45-60 minutes, but she uses them more frequently when she's racing. No matter how often she uses them, what Emma loves most about UCAN is that it never bothers her stomach. In Today's Show Endurance News - PTO European Open, Taylor Knibb on stress fracture rehab What's new in the 303 - Lookout Mountain Hill Climb is in danger of cancellation; Boulder Valley Velodrome Video of the Week - Countdown to the PTO Euro Open Endurance News: PTO European Open 2023: The keys to victory for a mouthwatering Ibiza weekend By John Levison 4 May 2023 We are just days away now from the first PTO Tour event of the 2023 season, the 2023 European Open, which will be held on Saturday in Ibiza, Spain. Full details on the timing, how to watch and more in our pre-event explainer. What I want to do here is take a look ahead, and outline some of the potential factors which could change the direction of the race on Saturday, for both the Pro Men and Pro Women. Coming so early in the typical racing year, it is very unusual to have such a depth of field in early May. Many of the favourites – Ryf, Charles-Barclay, Blummenfelt, Ditlev, Brownlee, Frodeno as examples – have not yet raced at all. Some – Haug, West, Sodaro, Jewett – arrive with confidence, while others have perhaps not hit the heights they wanted in their limited races this year. That all suggests strongly that this one is unlikely to go simply to form and rankings. Despite the best experience and preparations, expect at least some of the top names to talk post-race that their race sharpness was missing. How big will Lucy's swim lead be? As is now familiar, Great Britain's Lucy Charles-Barclay will almost certainly be the first athlete to complete the 2km swim at Figueretas Beach. In the absence of Taylor Knibb – who managed to stay with the Brit in Dallas last year – she's probably going to be solo through most of the two laps on Saturday. Lotte Wilms (70.3 World Champs) and Sara Perez Sala (Challenge Miami) have shown the potential to perhaps come closest in the water, but the gap to some of the big-name favourites (Ashleigh Gentle, Daniela Ryf, Paula Finlay and co) will be the one of the first points of interest. Of note, is that LCB has spent four weeks training consistently at altitude in Font-Romeu, France to prepare for this race. Her altitude block immediately prior to the 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship helped deliver one of the greatest middle-distance performances ever. If Saturday starts with a gap of significantly more than a minute over those with genuine winning potential, then it'll be advantage Lucy less than 30 minutes into the racing. Lucy Charles-Barclay / IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2021 Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images for IRONMAN Where's Kristian and Magnus? For the men's swim, the chances of a lone athlete breaking clear are remote zero. You would expect the likes of Aaron Royle, Alistair Brownlee, Jan Frodeno, Daniel Baekkegard, Ben Kanute and Kyle Smith to be among those within 10/15 seconds entering T1. Will the in-form Jason West make that cut here? Key questions will be: How close will IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion, Krsitian Blummenfelt be? And what deficit will Denmark's Magnus Ditlev have to make up? The Dane won't be at the front, but is a better swimmer than I think many give him credit for. If he enters T1 within say a minute or so of the leaders, he's right where he needs to be. Significantly less, and he'll be smiling as he starts dropping the watt bombs on the bike! Group dynamics Once we are onto the bikes – and with memories of 2022 still vivid – how groups on the bike are monitored and policed will, I think, be key to how the race plays out. Nobody wants to see drafting penalties issued – but equally, we want to see racing within the rules too. That's as much to do with the athletes, as it is the Technical Officials. Looking at the bike course, it's basically a straight line, out-and-back course, which starts with a steady incline of just over 5km. The latter, perhaps, may help thin the field out early, while the nature of the route should help make maintaining a legal distance easy (and easier to spot). We'll see how this plays out – and hopefully we won't even need to reference it post-race. Breakaway? Who'll make – or be able to make – a move on the bike? I don't think that's going to come via bike handling skills – this is not Nice, France for example – but if we take the men first, who'll be able to get away? The lack of Sam Laidlow means one less ‘go from the gun' athlete with proven bike ability, but it feels unlikely that Brownlee, Kanute, Frodeno and co. will be playing it safe, with the likes of Blummenfelt and Ditlev probably not far behind. Kristian is confident he can win on the run if needed. That remains to be proven, but nobody is going to be waiting around to make it any easier for him. I think that points to any lead group from the swim being whittled down via sustained pressure, but if I had to make a prediction, I think we'll see a small and very select group entering T2 separated by 10-15 seconds. In typical fashion, I expect Lucy Charles-Barclay to lead for at least a significant proportion of this race, solo. If she's on St George 2021 form, that could be all the way to the finish line. As one of the few top female athletes not to have raced this year, she's been relatively quiet in media headline terms – but her competition will surely not have forgotten her abilities. With some of the greatest runners we've ever seen in action here – Anne Haug, Chelsea Sodaro, Tamara Jewett and Emma Pallant-Browne – that all points to Daniela Ryf and Paula Findlay in particular leading the charge to join LCB up front. Without Taylor Knibb as a potential partner at the front, if LCB finds Ryf and Findlay riding well and bridging up without those ‘runners', I think she'll be more than content with that company. Who's got the run legs? We've talked at length in the lead-up to this race about the strength-in-depth of the fields. We know we have some of the best runners in the history of the sport racing, but who can produce it against this level of competition, especially when the swim and bike will surely be raced in aggressive fashion in both the men's and women's fields? I don't foresee anyone starting their 18km feeling fresh – remember what happened to Blummenfelt, Laidlow and Brownlee at the Canadian Open?! Most peoples' wildcard for the men's race is Jason West, for example. A well-earned position, courtesy of his form this year at CLASH Miami and 70.3 Oceanside, each producing headline-grabbing run splits. Will he be in a position at T2 to put that to potentially race-winning use? Frodeno and Brownlee are two of the most decorated athletes of all time, but what have they got left in their running legs? Similar situation for the women. Tamara Jewett's run prowess is not new, but Oceanside was the first time that had resulted in a win against some of the biggest names in the sport. This is another step up. Anne Haug has used her run speed to podium in almost every non-drafting race she starts – is Tamara there, just yet? https://www.tri247.com/triathlon-news/elite/pto-tour-european-open-start-list-bib-numbers-pro-men https://www.tri247.com/triathlon-news/elite/pto-tour-european-open-start-list-bib-numbers-pro-women Taylor Knibb on stress fracture rehab By Jonathan Turner News Director 20 Apr 2023 American star Taylor Knibb is back firing on all cylinders after an extended injury layoff. She launched her YouTube channel this week (video embedded below) with a detailed rundown of the healing process – and frighteningly for her rivals she appears to have produced that astonishing performance to win the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship last October in spite of her foot issues. Talking through the timeline and the details of the injury which has kept her on the sidelines since November's WTCS finale in Abu Dhabi, she explained how the problem first emerged: “I was prepping for WTCS Leeds [which took place in early June] and I felt something in my foot and was diagnosed with a stress reaction. “I was told two to six weeks and you'll be back, it's really minor. One surgeon even said I wouldn't have even stopped you from running with that minor an edema. “But it wasn't healing and finally at 11 weeks I saw a doctor and he said you can start running now because if it's not healed, it's not going to heal. “So I started racing in the fall – I raced Dallas, Cagliari and then the 70.3 Worlds, Bermuda and Abu Dhabi. And that quintet of races saw some superb performances – she picked up a second, third and fourth in the WTCS events, led for much of the PTO US Open in Dallas before being overhauled by Ashleigh Gentle and then produced that masterclass in St George where she left the world's best trailing in her wake. But taking up the story after that busy spell of racing, Knibb revealed: “Then I took a little break and it turns out that my foot was not healed. So I got an MRI and it was now a stress fracture, with a CT scan showing a fracture line. “So then my options were I could rest it fully and hope it would heal and that I think would be eight weeks of nothing in a boot – no weight bearing, no training whatsoever. “Or I could get surgery and I opted for that and got a screw put in my fifth metatarsal on January 3rd.” From that point onwards it's all been about the recovery process, something that the 25-year-old freely admits has been “very challenging”. She explained: “Because the incision point is directly to the bone I had to be very careful and wait until it had healed before starting swimming again or doing anything. “I did get to do strength training with Erin [Carson] which helped my sanity a lot – I wanted to go in the day after surgery, I think she said no to that but it was maybe two days after I was back working with her. “It was four weeks before I was cleared to do some easy swimming and biking and built it up gradually. “But I'm back fully swimming and biking and adding the running in now.” She goes into detail on the video about how even getting back outside has been a big boost and what she might do differently in the future, saying: “It was tough but I think that I have learned a lot from it and I think if I were to do it again I would focus on what you need to do [rather than what you can't]. “It was very challenging and I'm very grateful for the people around me because I know I was not fun to be around some days. But it's a period of time that's hopefully closed now.” The defence of her 70.3 Worlds title in Finland in late August is the big priority for 2023 and we look forward to seeing her back on the start line soon – and hopefully producing more YouTube videos too! What's New in the 303: Bicycle Colorado Event Support April 28 at 12:30 PM · The Lookout Mountain Hill Climb is in danger of cancellation due to low pre-registration numbers. At this point, they cannot cover the costs of the event. Please register here to support this iconic event: https://www.bikereg.com/racer-x-cycling-lookout-mountain.... Thank you all for constructive comments. For new racers, most events have a 'Race Flyer' which holds all relevant information for an event. Race Flyers can be found on the BC website within the event listing: https://www.bicyclecolorado.org/.../lookout-mountain.../. 'Race groups' or 'categories' are a structure to classify athletes. This category structure is in place to an effort to make events safer and more balanced. Beginners start at Category 5 and progress toward Category 1 through participation and earning results in races. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE VELODROME The Boulder Valley Velodrome is a 250-meter wooden cycling track in Erie, Colorado which for 5 years served as a training ground for Olympians, and a place of discovery and excitement for those new to track cycling. Founded by Frank Banta and Doug Emerson and designed by renowned track architect Peter Junek, Boulder Valley Velodrome is an Olympic-caliber track that boasts the angles and altitude for some of North America's best riding. The property was acquired in 2008, construction began in 2011, and the track opened in 2013. In 2013, a week away from opening, 70m of the track was destroyed by a tornado. Then, after a month's worth of repairs, lightning struck in the same spot. That was the month of the disastrous Boulder flood. Over its 5 years of operation, the velodrome hosted numerous national and international cycling events and was a popular destination for anyone from Olympians to amateur cyclists and families – really anyone with the need for speed. The facility was put up for sale in 2019 and has since fallen into disrepair. In 2020, a group of dedicated cycling enthusiasts launched a campaign to resurrect the velodrome and restore it to its former glory. Their efforts have included fundraising through GoFundMe, seeking sponsorships, and recruiting volunteers to help with the restoration work. The goal of the campaign is to create a world-class cycling destination that will attract riders from all over the world and help to promote the sport of cycling. With the support of the community, the Boulder Valley Velodrome is poised to once again become a vibrant center of cycling culture and competition. The Boulder Valley Velodrome's story is, and will always be, a story of passion, perseverance, and community. Out of the 26 velodromes in the country, the Boulder Valley Velodrome is one of just two tracks that meet Olympic standards. For press inquiries, please contact email@example.com. Boulder 70.3 - Don't Delay! Only 200 spots left! IRONMAN announced they only have 200 spots remaining for general registration for IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder in beautiful Colorado. Boulder caters to the outdoor enthusiast and not only provides epic trails and outdoor activities but also world-class dining, shopping, events and craft beer and spirits. Boulder gives you a taste of everything Colorado. IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder | June 10, 2023 Video of the Week: Jan Frodeno, Daniela Ryf: Not Done Yet | Countdown to PTO European Open
In todays Episode we are Live in the Garden Suite of the International Music Summit in Ibiza with my co-host Sophie Shnapp of Earth Percent. We speak to Luke from Bye Bye Plastic about how people can support the banning of plastic from the music industry and nightlife culture on Ibiza. Jurgis Didžiulis - a columbian Lithuanian - pops in for a chat and tells us how he is working with companies who wish to shift their organisational culture and has been doing so through music for a very long time. He used to be an artist and is now a music artisan and we hear some special live tracks on the show. Plus we End the episode with a conversation with Chabeli Chain who is from the Venezuelan Amazon rainforrest. She is a vocalist, musician and DJ as well as an Indigenous rights advisor. She tells us how her vision is to bring the music and natural wisdom of the indigenous people to pop culture and electronic dance movement.
It's finally here! The race we have all wanted to see since the Norwegians stormed the world of long course racing! Jan Frodeno v Kristian Blummenfelt and the scary part is that is only the tip of the iceberg! We preview all the action from Ibiza this weekend at the PTO European Tour race. We give our picks (which might surprise you) and talk about how we think these races will unfold. We also discuss even more developments since Collin Chartier admitted to using EPO. Including Lionel Sanders call for 20% of PTO prize purses to be spent on out of competition testing and why we think Sam Laidlaw might of made a slight error with announcing his withdrawl from the PTO race. For more information about MX Endurance: http://www.mxendurance.com To watch this podcast as a video visit: https://bit.ly/3vzSss2 Claim your free Off-Season Strength Training Plan: https://mxendurance.com/free-plan Or check MX Endurance out on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeamMaccax/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mxendurance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mxendurance You can follow James at https://www.instagram.com/bale.james85 You can follow Tim at https://www.instagram.com/tford14
Where we: Request your Star Wars characters as footballers for May 4th Talk about the business end of the season with playoff football secured by Bolton and hectic games involving Leicester City & Spurs Look ahead to the Champions League Semis Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/footyfromthefoot/id1486406462 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/29suvn5FGvRSoCFbu7q5P9?si=lPdRkRnsTzKMJNhIRWCGAQ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnNvdW5kY2xvdWQuY29tL3VzZXJzL3NvdW5kY2xvdWQ6dXNlcnM6Njc2NjQ3MDE0L3NvdW5kcy5yc3M?sa=X&ved=0CBEQ27cFahcKEwiQzMOL0qzwAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAg Listen on Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1486406462/footyfromthefoot Show Notes: FootStock 2023 Sunday May 28 from around 10am. Ibiza vibes after the final round of games of the Premier League season with merch, raffle, food and special drinks… California Trotters: firstname.lastname@example.org @calitrotters on IG, Twitter & Facebook
Ibiza Sensations by Luis del Villar
Follow the Ibiza Sensations playlist on Spotify: www.spoti.fi/3Z6pDkI Hi Amigos !! You can still listen for free to the first 250 Ibiza Sensations episodes. From 251 the sets became Premium and you can only listen to the first 25 minutes for free. The Premium Series offers full listening plus 2 extra mixes every month and some exclusive Live Streaming. If you join the Premium Series now, you can get more than 100 hours of new mixes, and for only 2 euros monthly or 24 a year. Todavía puedes escuchar completos los primeros 250 episodios de Ibiza Sensations. A partir del 251 el podcast se ha convertido en Premium y solo puedes escuchar los primeros 25 minutos en abierto. La subscripción a las Premium Series te permite escuchar el capítulo entero además de dos nuevas sesiones Premium cada mes y algunos Live Streamings exclusivos. Si te subscribes ahora recibirás links para mas de 100 horas de nuevas sesiones y por solo 2 euros al mes o 24 por año. Vous pouvez toujours écouter l'intégralité des 250 premiers épisodes d'Ibiza Sensations. A partir de 251, le podcast est devenu Premium et vous ne pouvez écouter que 25 minutes en open. L'abonnement à la série Premium vous permet d'écouter l'intégralité du chapitre ainsi que deux nouvelles sessions Premium chaque mois et des diffusions en direct exclusives. Si vous vous abonnez maintenant, vous recevrez des liens pour plus de 100 heures de nouvelles sessions et pour seulement 2 euros par mois ou 24 par an. Você ainda pode ouvir os primeiros 250 episódios inteiros de Ibiza Sensations. Em 251, o podcast tornou-se Premium e você só pode ouvir 25 minutos aberto. A assinatura da Série Premium permite que você ouça o capítulo inteiro, mais duas novas sessões Premium a cada mês e algumas transmissões ao vivo exclusivas. Se subscrever agora irá receber links para mais de 100 horas de novas sessões e por apenas 2 euros por mês ou 24 por ano. Join !! Apúntate !! https://www.patreon.com/luisdelvillardj You know how important is to be connected so it's time to join me on Social Media! Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LuisdelVillardj Twitter: https://twitter.com/LuisdelVillardj Instagram: https://instagram.com/luisdelvillardj/ SHOP ONLINE: https://shop.spreadshirt.net/luisdelvillardj/ WEBSITE: http://www.luisdelvillar.com Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/ibiza-sensations/id521062568 Hearthis.at: https://hearthis.at/L6BkT28Z/ Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/luis-del-villar Podbean: https://luisdelvillardj.podbean.com/ Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/LuisdelVillar/
Paradise Projects with Alex Kentucky
Paradise-Projects tours you around the planet of good music! Join us on our voyage of sound and emotions! Come and feel the Paradise... Paradise Projects 251 01. JAMIE JONES feat. Channel Tres - Got Time For Me 02. AYALA & Abrao - A Mente Delira (Tojura Remix) 03. DINO LENNY - I've Learned That (Unreleased Extended Edit) 04. XPRESS 2 Ft. David Byrne - Lazy (Rami Chami Edit) 05. WEST & HILL feat. Soulroots - The World Goes Round 06. MAZ (BR), Antdot, Sued Nunes - Povoada (Remix) 07. FILIZOLA & Peter Mac - Kuvuka Mipaka 08. SOUND SUPPORT - Higher 09. EDU SCHWARTZ - Midnight Sun 10. SAINT WKND feat. Inglsh - Lost (edit) 11. NOCUI - Paradiso' Thanks to all the labels and artist for their music. All tracks selected and mixed by Alex Kentucky www.alexkentucky.com Encoded by MUSICZONE PODCAST SERVICES
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA with Alex Kentucky
NASSAU BEACH CLUB IBIZA nbci320 Get ready to have journey to Ibiza without leaving home, now you will have the chance to enjoy anywhere at any time the Nassau Beach Club sounds by Alex Kentucky. 01. MALLIN - No Love Like Ours 02. MALLIN - Set Me Free 03. UONE - Faith, Hope & Charity 04. RITZ - Good Times 05. &ME, RAMPA, ADAM PORT & KEINEMUSIK - Paris feat. Starving Yet Full (Bella Boo Remix) 06. CREW DEEP - Inside (Extended Unreleased Mix) 07. MALLIN, LIV CAMPBELL - In The Mood (Menesix Extended Remix) 08. MO'CREAM & ANDRE ESPEUT - Find the World 09. TRUTH COMMITTEE - Find a Way 10. RONY SEIKALY - Talk To Me NASSAU MIXCLOUD SELECT Exclusive channel https://www.alexkentucky.com https://www.nassaubeachclub.com Encoded and Host by MUSICZONE RECORDS
Not A Diving Podcast with Scuba
Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to record three podcasts at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, better known as IMS. In the second of these three conversations, we welcomed the Head Of Music at the Night League to the stage. Leslee Tatman is, amongst other things, responsible for the full season of programming at Ushuaia and Hi (formerly Space), and is as such a very important voice in Ibiza nightlife. We discussed a wide range of topics including the closure of Space in 2016, her involvement in Pete Tong's attempt to change the image of San Antonio a few years before that, the development of Ushuaia, and her parallel involvement with the music scene in Bali. This was a great conversation that could've sat on the main feed without any special preamble. You will enjoy it... as you will part 3 which will drop next Tuesday. If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! We'd be honoured and extremely grateful for your contribution to developing the show. Plus there's a private area......in the Hotflush Discord ServerJoin us in the Hotflush Discord ServerListen to all the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlistFor more links and other info visit the official Scuba websiteFollow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport
1001Tracklists Exclusive Mixes
Today we're celebrating with Chico Rose, who has found his stride making the music he truly loves and is just off the second release on his new imprint Story Starters Records. Read on to learn more about the role his parents and living in Ibiza had on this new chapter in his career, as well as get an inside look at his latest productions, debut Story Starters event in Rotterdam, and plans for the future! His live set features slick tech house cuts from the likes of Crewcutz, Harry Bowen, Havoc & Lawn, Nestor Neven, Sven Fields, and of course some fresh IDs!
In this episode, Christine hosts a soulful conversation with Jo Hendrickx, Founder and CEO of Travel Without Plastic and Horeca Sustainability Solutions. Jo has worked in plastic reduction in the hospitality industry since 2007 after spending her career in tourism, from tour operations to health and safety auditing. Travel Without Plastic creates personalized toolkits and support packages for the hospitality industry with the goal of reducing and even ending the use of single-use plastics without compromising on the travel guest's experience. Christine and Jo discuss:Ways to reduce our single-use plastic as we travelJo's experience collaborating with tour operators and collaborating organizations to eliminate and reduce single-use plastic items in Mallorca and IbizaPlastic-Free Laos - a project that aims to reduce the top five single-use plastic in hospitality by supporting hotels, restaurants, and coffee shops Hospitality goals in the context of plastic reduction and the considerations to be faced when it's time to scaleJoin Christine now for this soulful conversation with Jo Hendrickx.
Not A Diving Podcast with Scuba
Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to record three podcasts at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, better known as IMS. We'll be posting each of these conversations over the next week, starting with today's episode which features a genuine Ibiza legend, DJ Pippi. A man with a real claim to having been the first DJ to play House music on the White Island, he held residencies at Pacha and Ku (later known as Privilege) during the 1980s and has been a fixture on the scene ever since. Recording these conversations live, and in front of an audience, is a totally different proposition to a one-on-one chat in a studio or on the phone and this episode reflects that. But we get some great stories, and the definite sense that Pippi is a charismatic performer with an incredible history. You'll definitely enjoy each of these three live recordings, and this is a great place to start. Huge thanks to Ben Turner and the whole IMS team for inviting us to be part of the conference. If you're into what we're doing here on the pod then you can support the show on Patreon! We'd be honoured and extremely grateful for your contribution to developing the show. Plus there's a private area......in the Hotflush Discord ServerListen to all the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlistFor more links and other info visit the official Scuba websiteFollow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport
In this Episode Joedie and Tom talk about Techno his dodgy nutrition schedule, the big PTO race thats coming up this weekend and about moving house Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
David Wiegand's Future/Retro Podcast
Ibiza week 1
Jack Kelly from How They Train seems to keep finding his way back on the show! But Chelsea Burns will be back next week!Enjoy our previews for 70.3 Marbella, Ironman Australia, 70.3 St George, Long Distance World Championship in Ibiza and the Marquee event of the weekend the PTO European Open. Enjoy- Join waterfall racing team https://www.waterfallracing.com/Open waterfall bank accounthttps://www.waterfallbank.com/Buy a ShaverCode: Protrinews20https://www.manscaped.com/products/Get yourself some Pillar Performance https://pillarperformance.shop/pages/htt-podcastORhttps://thefeed.com/search?query=pillar%20performanceListen to How they train podcast:https://howtheytrain.podbean.com/
Showcasing the most sought after tracks & exclusives from around the globe!
Where we: Are later than normal Talk about the big Bluefoot Derby between Arsenal in 1st and Man City in 2nd Flag up the plans for the final day of the season. Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/footyfromthefoot/id1486406462 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/29suvn5FGvRSoCFbu7q5P9?si=lPdRkRnsTzKMJNhIRWCGAQ Listen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnNvdW5kY2xvdWQuY29tL3VzZXJzL3NvdW5kY2xvdWQ6dXNlcnM6Njc2NjQ3MDE0L3NvdW5kcy5yc3M?sa=X&ved=0CBEQ27cFahcKEwiQzMOL0qzwAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAg Listen on Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1486406462/footyfromthefoot Show Notes: FootStock 2023 Sunday, May 28 from around 10am. Ibiza vibes after the final round of games of the Premier League season with merch, raffle, food and special drinks… California Trotters: email@example.com @calitrotters on IG, Twitter & Facebook
Welcome to Episode #385 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. We're your hosts Coach Rich Soares and 303 Chief Editor, Bill Plock. Thanks for joining us for another week of endurance news, coaching tips and discussion. From the great state of TX we have the IMTX pro race and USAT Multisport Fest last weekend. Next weekend is the PTO Euro Open and 70.3 Champs in St. George next weekend. Plus owning up to an EPO violation by Colin Chartier and World Champion Tips at the TriDot Kona 2023 Kickoff Event last night. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products powered by LIVESTEADY to fuel your sport. LIVSTEADY was purposefully designed to work with your body, delivering long-lasting energy you can feel. LIVSTEADY's unique time-release profile allows your body to access energy consistently throughout the day, unlocking your natural ability to stay focused and calm while providing the fuel you need to meet your daily challenges. Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co In Today's Show Endurance News - IMTX, EPO, 70.3 NA Champs in St. George What's new in the 303 - Kona 2023 Tips from Mark Allen, Miranda Carfrae and Michellie Jones Ask a Coach - Question (and Response) of the Week Video of the Week - USAT Multisport Festival Draft Legal and Netflix TDF Unchained Trailer Endurance News: IRONMAN Texas 2023 men's results: Rudy von Berg wins a thriller By Jonathan Turner America's Rudy von Berg claimed a thrilling win over Poland's Robert Wilkowiecki and IRONMAN debutant Matthew Marquardt (USA) as the three of them finished within 22 seconds after nearly eight hours of racing at Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas – The Americas Championship. Last year saw a sprint finish between Ben Hoffman and Magnus Ditlev and the drama matched it 12 months on. Von Berg and Wilkowiecki had swapped the lead on the marathon but behind them Marquardt was demonstrating why he's a rookie to keep a very close eye on. The overall age-group winner at Kona last year after only starting the sport in 2021, this was his first ever IRONMAN race as a pro and he closed dramatically late on as Wilkowiecki looked set for the win. But von Berg was always within range and he pounced just as the Pole started to struggle inside the final mile. There was drama of an unwanted kind for the two big pre-race favourites – three-time Texas winner Matt Hanson's chances disappeared after an age-grouper apparently crashed in front of him while Joe Skipper was reported to have taken on a wrong turn on the bike to scupper his hopes. And it wasn't a big surprise to see last year's #1-ranked swimmer Andrew Horsfall-Turner (GBR) set the pace in the water. But he didn't have things all his own way – he headed a group of four at the halfway point, with Wilkowiecki on his feet, closely followed by von Berg and Marquardt. And that was how it stayed heading into T1 as Horsfall-Turner clocked 48:50, with Marquardt rounding out the leaders as he underlined his swim prowess. That quartet had over two minutes and more on the rest. Of the big favourites, Hanson was 10th out of the water at +3:38. And Skipper followed his pre-race promise of “a decent swim and sitting on the best feet I can” as he too was in that same pack. Heading onto the bike, von Berg lost a bit of time in T1 which left a leading trio out in front as the likes of Skipper and Hanson set about trying to hunt them down. All eyes were on Skipper early on the bike and the promised ‘new Dad watts‘ looked to be forthcoming as he started to cut through the field. His deficit on the leaders was down to 2:10 at 40 miles but the dynamic of the race started to change after that. For the leading four of von Berg, Wilkowiecki, Marquardt and Horsfall-Turner were working well together and they gradually started to put time between themselves and the rest. Unfortunately an age-group athlete apparently crashed in front of Hanson on the looped bike course and left him with nowhere to go and out of contention. So heading into T2 it was von Berg and Wilkowiecki who had moved clear, with each of them clocking best-of-the-day 4:05 bike splits. It was just the fourth IRONMAN of von Berg's career and his performance was a nod to coach Mikal Iden, with whom he's worked since the latter part of 2022. Speaking in the build up, von Berg had said his goal here was “the podium or better” and that was very much on the cards. Wilkowiecki was the only one who could match him and starting the run there were just 23 seconds between them. Marquardt was at +2:48, Horsfall-Turner +5:42 and Guilloux +7:02 while Skipper dropped right down the standings in the last few miles of the bike section, with the live broadcast reporting he'd taken a wrong turn – all of which meant he began the marathon over 20 minutes back on the leaders. It was fascinating up front as von Berg and Wilkowiecki swapped the lead early on. Both looked strong but Marquardt was charging in the second half and taking chunks of time back on both of them. No fewer than five IRONMAN World Championship slots in Nice were up for grabs and the trio were miles clear of their rivals and guaranteed a place barring a huge mishap. It was Wilkowiecki who appeared to be holding strongest but he suddenly started to send out distress signals going into the final mile and von Berg had timed his challenge perfectly. Just 12 seconds separated them on the line and Marquardt was only 21 seconds adrift on a phenomenal pro debut. It was nearly 10 minutes back to Guilloux in fourth, with Cody Beals taking the final Nice slot in fifth. PRO Men 1. Rudy von Berg (USA) – 7:44:51 2. Robert Wilkowiecki (POL) – 7:45:04 3. Matthew Marquardt (USA) – 7:45:12 4. Arnaud Guilloux (FRA) – 7:54:21 5. Cody Beals (CAN) – 7:57:18 6. Ivan Tutukin (KAZ) – 8:01:40 7. David Plese (SLO) – 8:03:58 8. Thomas Davis (GBR) – 8:05:33 9. Adam Feigh (USA) – 8:06:04 10. Michael Weiss (AUT) – 8:06:12 American Pro Triathlete Collin Chartier Admits EPO Use After Positive Drug Test An out-of-competition test by Ironman in February of this year detected the presence of erythropoietin (EPO) in a sample collected from 2022 U.S. Open Triathlon winner Collin Chartier. APRIL 24, 2023 CHRIS FOSTER, TIM HEMING Heading out the door? Read this article on the new Outside+ app available now on iOS devices for members! Download the app. The International Testing Agency (ITA) announced this morning that American pro triathlete Collin Chartier tested positive for EPO from an out-of-competition test performed on February 10, 2023. Upon receipt of the positive test, Chartier admitted to the use of the banned substance to the agency, and as a result received a reduced ban of three years, down from four according to the ITA. Erythropoietin, known as EPO, is prohibited under World Anti-Doping Agency regulations because it stimulates erythropoiesis (red blood cell production) and can modify the body's capacity to transport oxygen, increasing stamina, and performance. In a social media post released on Monday morning, Chartier went on to further admit his use of a “PED in November after feeling like I have lost my way in the sport,” due to “intense pressure and expectations to win the biggest races in 2024.” His post went on to say that he had no plans to return to the sport after the three-year ban was lifted. Despite having a relatively inauspicious short course career, Chartier was an up-and-coming triathlete in the long-course scene. Coached by Mikal Iden, the brother of reigning Ironman world champion Gustav, he was a shock winner of last year's inaugural PTO U.S. Open in Dallas in September where he won $100,000 topping a highly competitive field including Magnus Ditlev and Sam Long. Training alongside two-time Ironman world championship runner-up Lionel Sanders, the victory came three weeks after his first full-distance Ironman victory in Mont-Tremblant. Chartier then had a disappointing debut in Hawaii in the Ironman World Championship in October when he finished 35th. Prior to those results, Chartier's highest competitive finish was a win at Challenge Salou in October 2021 and a third-place finish at 70.3 Boulder in August of the same year. Fellow pros posting in response to Chartier's Instagram message gave mixed comments, with 2014 Ironman world champion Sebastian Kienle saying: “Let me guess, you bought it on the internet and also learned how to use it – all from the internet. Nobody helped you, nobody knew.” Former triathlete-turned-elite-runner Lauren Goss commented: “Dude brave of you . No one sees the mental health side. Walk through the fire.” Despite being PTO-ranked No 14 and an automatic qualifier, Chartier was not on the start-list for May's big money PTO European Open in Ibiza. He had originally planned to race Saturday's Ironman Texas and had been training at altitude in California, Ecuador, and Girona in Spain. The International Testing Agency (ITA), the testing body who administered and discovered the adverse finding is a Switzerland-based, not-for-profit that claims no connection to “sporting or political powers” on its website. The ITA conducts testing for the Ironman organization from a pool of 46 professional athletes currently registered in the Ironman Registered Testing Pool (RTP) as of this writing—which includes Chartier. Coincidentally, Ironman said that 2023 is the first year the brand has delegated results management and prosecution of doping cases to the ITA. “Testing plans are based on a variety of factors and differ from individual athlete to individual athlete, with review of specific performances, intelligence, and the testing plans of National Anti-Doping agencies to maximize resources,” Ironman said in a statement. “Ironman does acknowledge the significance of the decision made by Collin in promptly accepting responsibility for his actions.” What's New in the 303: Team Kona 2023 TriDot Women's Team Mark - give your competitor the food that doesn't have nutrition; no racing 6 weeks from kona; start at 300 calories per hour Michellie - Climatize but don't spend a season in sun, humidity and heat. Make sure you know your sweat rate and sodium content. If your afraid of an ocean swim, come up with a mantra Rinnie - be honest about yourself and your body. Don't just plow through a session. If you have a stressful day, take a day off. Stay at the King K the night before the race. The athlete that trains their body to take on the volume of calories you need. 1.5g/ KG/hr Siri - Don't beat the dead horse. 42 participants including Matt Bach - commented on hydration and then said any other coaches want to chime in. Video of the Week: 2023 Multisport National Championships Festival – Draft-Legal Sprint Duathlon & Triathlon Tour de France : Unchained | Official teaser | Netflix
Doping in triathlon - are we being naive? Is the integrity of the sport now at risk or has triathlon (like all other sports) never been clean. Join us as we explore the controversial topic of Collin Chartier's drug test bust and its implications for the sport of triathlon, sharing our initial reactions and uncovering the world of drug testing. We look at its shortcomings and the high cost of improving testing methods. We share Lionel Sander's raw and honest Instagram post about the current state of professional sports and how cheating affects the integrity of the sport itself, emphasizing that the true value of sport lies in personal growth and self-discovery. We also interview Swedish triathlete Patrik Nilsson about his journey dealing with injuries and setbacks and his aspirations for the upcoming ITU Long Distance race in Ibiza. Lastly we connect with Dr Kate Baldwin from Endurance Movement on the importance of warming up, strength and conditioning, and whether or not to train in bare feet! (0:05:14) – We discuss our thoughts around the recent Collin Chartier EPO scandal (0:14:17) – We share Lionel Sander's response to the doping violation news. (0:36:35) – Why does triathlon have such a clean image? We share an excerpt from Ross Tucker's ‘Real Science of Sport' Podcast. (0:52:33) – An excerpt from Patrik Nilsson's interview, out tomorrow. (1:02:24) – An excerpt from Endurance Movement's Dr Kate Baldwin, out tomorrow. LINKS: FORM Goggles discount using the code FITTER15 at http://formswim.com/fitterradio Infinit Nutrition discount using the code FITTER10 at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ Lionel Sanders – his video on his Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/lsanderstri/ The Real Science of Sport Podcast - https://shows.acast.com/realscienceofsport/episodes/thedrugsinsportepisode Link to article “Why Does Triathlon have such a clean image" at https://deadspin.com/why-does-triathlon-have-such-a-clean-image-1789929413 Patrik Nilsson on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/patriktri/ Dr Kate Baldwin at https://endurancemovement.com/
Well we didn't want to cover more of the Collin Chartier story but with so many athletes coming out and giving their thoughts we decided to recap all the developments in the doping scandal. Don't worry though, if you are sick of hearing about it and want to focus on only the amazing performances from last weekend we've got you as we save it for the end and clearly state where it begins. We DO cover the incredible performances from IronMan Texas with Kat Matthews and Rudy von Berg, Challenge Gran Canaria with Anne Haug and Sam Laidlaw and discuss the reason why we won't see Gustav Iden in Ibiza next weekend. For more information about MX Endurance: http://www.mxendurance.com To watch this podcast as a video visit: https://bit.ly/3vzSss2 Claim your free Off-Season Strength Training Plan: https://mxendurance.com/free-plan Or check MX Endurance out on Social Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeamMaccax/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mxendurance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mxendurance You can follow James at https://www.instagram.com/bale.james85 You can follow Tim at https://www.instagram.com/tford14
Kelly shares insights from her latest larger group retreat in Ibiza. What lessons did the horses share? What happened in the cave? Can your spirit animal really be an ant? Why did that hawk show up again?! The High Vibe Journey returns May 8th! Get the full details here. Join the Project Me newsletter list for more updates at www.myprojectme.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/myprojectme www.instagram.com/kellyprojectme
Das „Ibiza“-Video von 2017 hat den früheren FPÖ-Chef und Vizekanzler HC Strache die Karriere gekostet. Der vorzeitig aus seiner Strafhaft entlassene Detektiv und mutmaßliche Urheber der „Ibiza“-Falle sprach vor 100 Interessierten in Wien. Er lässt sich für seine Tat feiern. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2023 Epoch Times
Paradise Projects with Alex Kentucky
Paradise-Projects tours you around the planet of good music! Join us on our voyage of sound and emotions! Come and feel the Paradise... Paradise Projects 250 01. ABRA - Feel (Lazare Edit) 02. MAXI MERAKI - Everything 03. HOSINI - Koala 04. FAKE MOOD, Soul Of Void feat. Rumi - Flame 05. JONATHAN BREE - You're So Cool (Kevin Di Serna Remix) 06. NISIM feat. Lavender Beat Collective - Le Chemin 07. DR. FEEL, &Friends feat. Phina Asa - Dangerous 08. EUTHYM - Echoes Of The Past (MRSFLV Remix) 09. MARTIN DUBIANSKY - Sting and Grey (Nico Morano remix) 10. LOST DESERT - Avoid Thanks to all the labels and artist for their music. All tracks selected and mixed by Alex Kentucky www.alexkentucky.com Encoded by MUSICZONE PODCAST SERVICES
Be Present: The Diane Ray Show
Spirituality isn't always found in organized religion, temples, or gurus. Your divine life lies within all you need to do is listen to your inner voice. Susan Pearse searched for spirituality all around the world from raves in Ibiza to jazz bars in New York to philosophy classes in Australia. Her book Spiritually Loose shows how she replaced soul-destroying expectations and obligations with connection, meaning and possibilities. Susan joins the podcast from her home in Australia to talk about her journey and how she was able to tune into her inner voice of love, acceptance, and joy. Connect with Susan Pearse here www.susanpearse.com You can also find out more about Susan and her book at Hay House Australia Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eddie Halliwell - Fire It Up Podcast
FIUR 721 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
Cafe Mambo Ibiza - Mambo Radio
Das Ibiza-Video hat die österreichische Politik rund um Sebastian Kurz auf den Kopf gestellt. Vier Jahre nach der Veröffentlichung könnte es im ÖVP-Umfeld nun auch rechtliche Folgen geben. Denn die ehemalige Familienministerin Sophie Karmasin steht nun vor Gericht. Es geht um mutmaßlich illegale Absprachen und Bereicherung. Aber auch eine Verbindung zur ÖVP-Inseratenaffäre, die durch Ibiza öffentlich wurde, steht im Raum. Für alle Beteiligten gilt die Unschuldsvermutung. Was hinter der Causa steckt, erklärt Fabian Schmid im Podcast, er ist Investigativ-Redakteur beim STANDARD. Wir fragen ihn außerdem, ob der aktuelle Prozess der erste Schritt zu einer Anklage gegen Sebastian Kurz ist. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)