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Florida Trail Runners Podcast
#38: Stories from the Mid-State Mile

Florida Trail Runners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 79:30


This year John Parker and Jeff Forrester went up to Tennessee to compete at the Mid-State Mile. Both men took it on with John running 22 some miles and Jeff Forrester coming home with 5 miles. John Parker was one of the three winners at the Forgotten Florida 100! He's also raced numerous Last Man Standing races, including Florida's at Death at Depuis. Jeff Forrester is new to the trails, but he knocked it out at the HellCat 50k! Both these have some amazing stories at this years Mid-state Mile and its always a lot to take in, even though a race doesn't quite pan out as planned. Enjoy! This course at the Mid-State is no joke. The Mid-State Mile course is housed on private land just 20 minutes from Downtown Franklin, TN. It's a one-mile course and hosts 340 feet of elevation gain per loop. That elevation is thanks to two climbs with fast runnable sections between them, plus an easy downhill section through the field to the start/finish area. The course itself is an old logging road with a lot of local history. It's a Last Man Standing race that restarts every 20 minutes, so runners will have to complete the loop and be back in the starting corral ready to start the next loop until the last man standing.

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach
#TheFreightCoach Morning Show - A Great Purge For Small Truckers?! Shift Your Focus To Empty Mile Reduction! My Take On Truckload!

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:25


#TheFreightCoach Morning Show is The TOP Transportation Morning Show is LIVE every weekday at 10:30 AM CST to breakdown THREE transportation industry headlines! Mark your calendars! https://www.freightwaves.com/news/a-great-purge-is-pushing-small-truckers-out-of-business-at-an-unprecedented-rate?utm_content=212564142&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&hss_channel=fbp-179175252108775 https://www.ttnews.com/articles/fuel-costs-renew-focus-empty-miles Check out my YouTube Channel for further industry insights!  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjrL70IEnCfDkNaiYMar3jw Make sure to subscribe and share! Thank you to my sponsor: https://www.vhubapp.com/ They are the new wave for freight brokers and freight brokerages to separate themselves from the competition! To learn how to Maximize your carrier network, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/

Healthy Human Revolution
How Jason Lost 120 Pounds & Ran 100 Mile Races By Switching To A Plant-Based Diet

Healthy Human Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 67:09


Jason Cohen's journey to better health began with a simple switch to a plant-based diet. Jason lost over 120 pounds by eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. After losing his initial 45 pounds, Jason began to look for more ways to improve his health. On a chance trip to Leadville, he signed up for the Leadville half marathon, which is over 10,000 feet above sea level, without any previous training. After completing the race, Jason made it a goal to run the Leadville 100-mile ultra-marathon, which he eventually did. Jason's story is an inspiration to anyone looking to make a change in their lives. With dedication and determination, anything is possible! To learn more visit: https://www.mora.com/ Jason's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason_cohen/

PICK UP THE SIX® Productions
#110: John Grdina, Mid-State Mile and Freedom

PICK UP THE SIX® Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 51:49


The Mid-State Mile is a last man standing endurance event held in Tennessee. This yearly right of passage is more than just a race, it's a fellowship event. Our guest today is John Grdina, and he just ran in his first Mid-State Mile, and he joins us to talk about the experience and the lessons learned. We also have a great conversation about faith and the freedom that comes with holding ourselves to a higher standard through accountability from others around us. This is PICK UP THE SIX Podcast. -- More about John here: https://www.johngrdina.com

COFFEE CLUB
OLLI RUNS 3:47 MILE, JOE KLECKER DISCUSSES WINNING THE US 10KM + much more

COFFEE CLUB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 87:56


you can find our beans at: https://coffeeclubpod.com/ - we appreciate the support :) hey guys - apologies for a couple of technical difficulties on this one, it's always a challenge doing these outdoors. we also live next to an airport, so apologies for all those plane noises. but with that said, this was still a sweet episode! there was so much to talk about with the recent amazing races and having Joe on the show. we dive into all this as well as taking a little trip down memory lane to the early days of the OAC, coming off the announcement of a couple big new signings! you can check Joe out at: https://www.instagram.com/joe_klecker/ hope you guys enjoy! Insta: https://www.instagram.com/coffeeclubpod/ Morgan: https://www.instagram.com/morganmcdon... Ollie: https://www.instagram.com/ollihoare/ George: https://www.instagram.com/georgebeamish/

Wintrust Business Lunch
Wintrust Business Lunch 6/23/22: Wild Mile block party, Driehaus Museum birthday, and Long Grove's Strawberry Festival returns

Wintrust Business Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


Segment 1: Zach Domato, co-founder and chief operations officer of Urban Rivers, joins Rick Kogan to talk about the inaugural “Wild Mile Block Party” on June 25 from 4pm to 9pm near the REI in Lincoln Park to celebrate the completion of the first section of the Wild Mile – a floating eco-park in the […]

Words and Their Stories - Voice of America
English's ‘Mile' Expressions Are a Mile Long - June 22, 2022

Words and Their Stories - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:14


Inside Sports Nutrition
Kevin Goldberg, 200 mile runner - Ep #30

Inside Sports Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:58


Bob and Dina huddle with Kevin Goldberg, who also goes by “Krusher”, “Matchmaker” and now “Zombie Toddler” in case you happen to see him out on the trails and want to give him a shout out. Kevin is an ultra runner who has completed numerous 200+ mile races, including the Triple Crown of 200s, and recently placed 5th overall at the Cocodona 250. We chat about: · Kevin's introduction to running by way of his girlfriend (now wife) · How bilateral hip surgery at the age of 27 didn't set him back to delving into the 200-mile distance · The mental challenges of 200 mile races · His recent Cocodona 250 race (with barely 90 minutes of sleep!) · His “lucky level” of GI tolerance that enables him to eat pretty much anything · Sleeping logistics during a 200 · Tips for those who are crewing athletes at 200s · A few of the nuances between doing a 100 miler and a 200 miler · The fundraiser Kevin's wife, Melanie, is involved in as she prepares for the Bigfoot 200 in 2023 Quotes from Kevin: “Now my hips don't hurt, just everything else.” “Believing you can do it is 80% of the battle.” More about Kevin: He considers himself an “ultra distance adventure athlete” and is best known for running 200+ miles races for 'fun'. When he's not running or riding off-road, he's standing in a river fly fishing. He works at TrainingPeaks as the main matchmaker for coaches and athletes. You can find him on Instagram at @UltraFlyKev Melanie's fundraising for the Free to Run non-profit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/melanie-white-bigfoot200/ Thanks for your continued support, listeners! Let us know what other guests you'd like for us to have on the show – email hello@insidesportsnutrition.com. Learn about the coaching and testing services we offer: Bob Seebohar at www.enrgperformance.com and Dina Griffin at www.nutritionmechanic.com

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
06-22-22 Segment 1 Musical Chairs

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 65:50


Chair issues kick off the program. Iggy stole Tim's chair. Iggy's chair is really low. TVG. Grundle talk. Doug has the tongue of a hummingbird. P & G talked a lot of Christine Brennan. Yesterday's QFTA about The Morning Grind. All the cast & characters from years gone by. Stories from above the sex shop. You havin' a treat, bro? How much does Plowsy weigh? The PlowDash. Mile times. Iggy might go backstage with the listener at Pointfest. Frustration ensues. The Lern App Madness promo.

Life as P....
That Last Doggone Mile

Life as P....

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 22:00


Have you ever been on a run and those last few minutes feel as though they drag on for hours? It feels even harder than the majority of the run you've already completed. Why is it that when we've made it so far the final touches of a task are usually the most difficult? In this episode, Phoenix will be sharing her own experience with that last doggone mile and explaining why perseverance to the end is critical.

Chip Time
S2 Ep. 11: Conquering the 52-Mile "Double Marathon" + The Andy Powell Show

Chip Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 65:39


Just when you thought we were done with the NCAA for awhile, Scotty kicks off the show by hyperventilating through some breaking news in the transfer market. Andy Powell is BACK and it is the Year of the (Washington) Husky. We then pivot to a detailed account of Mike and Joe's adventure through the 52-mile grinder of an ultramarathon experience, and end with some USA Championship picks. Contact the show: chiptimepod@gmail.com. Leave a 5-star rating on Apple or Spotify if you enjoyed. Pick up a copy of Shoe Dog by Phil Knight for the Chip Time Book Club. Shop my Favorite 100% Science-Backed Amino Acid Supplements Enter Code "CHIPTIME " To Save 30% ► aminoco.com/CHIPTIME

New Books in Medicine
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

New Books in South Asian Studies
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in South Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies

New Books in Military History
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

New Books in History
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Biography
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books Network
Tehmton S. Mistry, "The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma" (HarperCollins, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:36


The story of India and Indians in World War II has been overshadowed by other historical events of the 1940s, a busy decade that included such historical watersheds as Indian independence (and the anti-colonial nationalist movement that led to it), as well as the partition of the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, many in Europe and North America, and even many in India, probably know very little about how crucial India was to the outcome of World War II. India and Indians were a very important part of World War II, and it is not an exaggeration to say that the role of India and Indians was indispensable in securing the victory of the British and Allied powers against Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. The stories of Indians in World War II have often been forgotten in popular accounts and memories of the conflict, but that is now changing, as more authors and scholars cover this subject. Through highlighting the remarkable life and career of Jehangir Anklesaria, a heroic Parsi (Indian Zoroastrian) doctor who lived in Rangoon at the outbreak of the conflict, Dr. Tehmton S. Mistry's The 24th Mile: An Indian Doctor's Heroism in War-torn Burma (Harper Collins, 2021) makes a major contribution to our memory of World War II with the unique story of one individual during the most devastating conflict in human history. When the Japanese invaded Burma in December 1941, Jehangir sent his wife and daughter by ship to India, but feeling duty-bound, he decided to stay back in Burma. He joined the war effort and worked tirelessly to quell a cholera epidemic. He then found himself one of thousands on the trek through the treacherous jungle and mountains towards safety in northeastern India. The book reminds us of the difference a single individual's foresight and leadership can make in bringing about better outcomes, even amidst war and disease. The 24th Mile is a work of creative non-fiction, which means that although the storyline abides by the historical narrative of the period and follows historical figures, the author has taken the creative license to create secondary fictional characters, write descriptions, and recreate dialogues among the characters. The author, Tehmton Mistry, is part of the extended family and next generation of the protagonist's family, and he successfully and evocatively recreates the story of Jehangir's grit and heroism in a death-defying journey to safety in a major theater of World War II. Tehmton S. Mistry is a retired obstetrician and gynaecologist who practiced in St. Louis, Missouri. Born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), Dr. Mistry moved to the United States from India in the early 1970s, together with his wife – whom he met when he studied at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. The protagonist of The 24th Mile, Dr. Jehangir Anklesaria, was his wife's uncle and a key influence on their early life. Now retired and living in California, Dr. Mistry enjoys writing, among other hobbies. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Crossing the Line with M. William Phelps
The Thousand-Mile Murder

Crossing the Line with M. William Phelps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:53


Mark Sievers is on vacation with his kids when he discovers his wife has been brutally murdered in their Florida home, thousands of miles away. What are the chances that her killer looks almost identical to her husband? This week Phelps breaks down the case and is joined later in the episode by "Law & Crime" network regular Dina Sayegh Doll, a crime analyst who reported on the case in real time. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Leadership With Heart
226: Leaders with Heart Trust their Intuition

Leadership With Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 25:09


In this episode, Heather sits down with Hansel Lynn, the Founder, and CEO of theCoderSchool, a coding school for kids that focuses on a mentor relationship with experienced coders, Code Coaches, who can guide their students through their technical journey. He's fluent in Cantonese (can fake it with Mandarin), is a published co-author (with Wayne) of two children's coding books, and is an avid endurance athlete, having run the Western States 100 Mile race, and is currently an active Ironman triathlete. He's even in the dessert business, having recently created and opened Cudos Frozen Custard and Mini Donuts with his wife. 

The Brohio Podcast
The Mysterious Death of Brittany Murphy

The Brohio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 124:01


Brittany Murphy was a starlet on top of the world in Hollywood at the turn of the millennium. Starring in movies: Clueless, 8 Mile and Just Married. Along with her fame came many personal demons that played out in the tabloids and the media. Her mysterious death was the sad ending that no-one wanted. What really happened to Brittany Murphy? Was she murdered by her husband, Simon Monjack, or possibly her own mother? We explore!!***SPONSORS***RADIXREMEDIES.COMPROMO CODE BROHIO

Dirt from the Road
PINEGROVE

Dirt from the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 57:39


Pinegrove frontman Evan Stephens Hall and BRETT NEWSKI riff on the land, air, sea, rock music and dive into the untapped compartments in the of their brains.  More on Pinegrove: https://pinegroveband.com/ More on Newski: https://brettnewski.com/ NEWSKI TOUR: Jun 23 - Summerfest w Barenaked Ladies - MILWAUKEE, WI - 8pm Jun 26 - Sounds of Summer, Westerville - (COLUMBUS, OH) Jun 28 - Anderson Gardens - ROCKFORD, IL   July 2 - Riverfront Terrace - WI DELLS, WI  July 3 - Union Terrace - MADISON, WI  July 7 - Regner Park Fest - WEST BEND, WI    AUSTRIA & GERMANY w/ Nada Surf July 9 - Sublime - AFLENZ, AT July 10 - Airport Event Hall - OBERTRAUBLING, DE July 11 - Posthof Zeitkultur Am Hafen - LINZ, AT July 12 - Rockhouse - SALZBURG, AT July 13 - Conrad Sohm - DORNBIN, AT   Aug 5/6 - Mile of Music Festival- APPLETON, WI Aug 13 - ska museum secret show - LACROSSE, WI Aug 19 - Alternating Currents Festival - DAVENPORT, IA

História Na Hora
Émile Durkheim: A Análise do Fato Social

História Na Hora

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 11:10


Obrigado por ouvir! Nesse podcast, falamos sobre o processo de análise da sociedade pautado no Fato Social, objeto de estudo sociológico de Émile Durkheim! Espero que gostem !

An Hour With Crowder
100 Mile Border Patrol

An Hour With Crowder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 30:05


In this episode Crowder gets into what being black first should be about, after listening to a clip with @Gregg Marcel Dixon for South Carolina and @deonjenkins during a conversation while in a Twitter Space. She also dives into some concerns, surrounding the 4th amendment, and where the 100 mile border patrol situation will leave the state of Maine in the future. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/an-hour-with-crowder/support

Andy Woods Ministries
The Middle Mile

Andy Woods Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:00


Trail & ultra running from Wild Ginger Running
How a mum of two trains for 50 & 100 mile ultras (chat with 'normal' runner Hannah Bazley)

Trail & ultra running from Wild Ginger Running

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 39:55


Thanks loads to Patreon Hannah Bazley for a great interview where she shares how she trains for 50 and 100 mile races with two kids, one with special needs. We don't know how she does it! Good luck to Hannah for the summer Spine challenger 110 mile race Sat 18 June 2022! Follow her live tracker here she is number 112https://live.opentracking.co.uk/ssc2022/ Podcast version here https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-47ty3-124fad5 Blister care film here https://youtu.be/fs-Y3qMtGQU More training advice from Wild Ginger Running https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyZ16LRfpz0A9FttMd01qgbylfEbZm8Lo My book, The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook https://amzn.to/3jgKvTy Please like and subscribe on YouTube https://linktr.ee/ClaireWGR Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wildgingerrunning/ Support me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/WildGingerRunning Meet me at Nene Valley trail races https://nenevalleyraces.wordpress.com/

Love, Life, Legacy: A Show About Sex
#127 - The 3 Stages of Self-Awareness In Porn Recovery

Love, Life, Legacy: A Show About Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 13:35


Some people are so enamored with their habits that they are unaware of what kind of habits they allow into their lives. They are unconscious, that their habits are controlling them and preventing them from progressing as they are way too comfortable with them. While many of us are aware that our habits are unhealthy. But we don't know how to let go of them or lack the courage to do so because they are such an integral part of everyday lives. However, we know deep down that we must let go of them in order to grow and become better individuals. Our habits play a significant role in defining who we are. Our characters mirror the habits we have in our daily lives. Therefore, it is important that we only let habits into our lives that are in line with who we want to be as individuals. Whatever phase you're in right now, it's fundamental to assess our habits and determine which habits are helping us in our growth and which habits are hindering our growth and, ultimately, destroying us. Because of this, we will be able to identify which habits we'll continue to allow into our lives and which habits we'll need to let go. In this episode, Andrew discusses what the three stages of self-awareness in porn recovery are and how they can help a lot of individuals break free from the addiction. He also talks about how self-awareness can help YOU in overcoming your porn addiction, as well as how our decisions play a role in letting habits into our lives. Many people turn to porn anytime they are stressed, insecure, or don't feel like living their life; they perceive porn as a source of comfort, despite the fact that it is extremely destructive to their wellbeing and has corrupted their perspective of people, particularly women. We all experience a bad and painful aspect of life, and we may feel the need to disconnect from it from time to time. However, as we disconnect from the world, we should engage in habits that are worth investing our time and energy in, habits that do not prevent us from growing and evolving, habits that help ease our stress while still finding a reason to be positive and love life even more. Listen to Episode 127 to learn more! Show Notes How can being self-aware help YOU in overcoming your porn addiction? [0:47] The “unconscious” stage [2:37] The “becoming self-aware” stage [3:28] The “ahead of yourself” stage[5:55] It is YOUR choice to allow certain habits into your life [9:50]

FreightCasts
The Final Mile Sprint with Fillogic EP30 Check Call

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 24:30


FreightWaves' Mary O'Connell, Bill Thayer, and Rob Caucci, co-founders of Fillogic, sit down to talk about the issues with final mile and how to make it less of a headache.With more than 60 years of experience in logistics innovation, Dunavant is a family-owned business that has the knowledge to ensure global and domestic shipping practices are efficient and effective. Dunavant generates supply chain proficiency with outstanding, attentive, and expedient customer service. For more information, visit Dunavant.com.Follow Check Call on Apple PodcastsFollow Check Call on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

Jesus Answers Prayer
Historical Old Radio Broadcasts:

Jesus Answers Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 30:16


✝️ Ranger Bill is a Christian radio program from the 1950s, produced by Moody Radio. With over 200 episodes produced, Ranger Bill stars Miron Canaday as the title character and Stumpy Jenkins and Ed Ronne, Sr as Grey Wolf. The main character, Ranger Bill, is a forest ranger located in the town of Knotty Pine along the Rocky Mountains. The show describes the various tales of the adventures of Ranger Bill and his friends. CC Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported The Old Time Radio Researchers 123 Davidson Ave Savannah, Ga 31419 ✝️ Please consider liking our page "Jesus Answers Prayers" and joining our "Jesus Answers Prayers Group"

Teaching Today
A Mile in My Shoes: Perspectives from Teacher Leaders

Teaching Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 29:55


Teacher leaders guide a broad range of efforts, from modifying school-wide or content area curriculum, to supporting teachers in collecting and interpreting student achievement data, to improving instructional efficacy throughout a school. This week, we're joined by three teacher leaders — Jennifer Castillo, Rachel Cerlen, and Garett Peters — who walk us through this complex role and reflect on their paths to becoming teacher leaders.

The People’s Show
Hour 3 - Avalanche warning

The People’s Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 48:06


Bik Nizzar and Randip Janda are joined by Mile high Sports' Aarif Deen to discuss all things Avalanche heading into ther Stanley Cup Final including the health of Nazem Kadri and who the Avs should start in net if Darcy Kuemper is healthy and ready to go. Then, Bik and Randip go through some of the best don't @ me's from texters and preview game 5 of the NBA Finals.

Noon Business Hour on WBBM Newsradio
Week Ahead - Mag Mile & Stock Picks

Noon Business Hour on WBBM Newsradio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 23:17


A look at the busy week ahead on Wall Street, Chicago's Mag Mile finally scores a vacancy victory and a visit with our Monday afternoon Stock Picker.

The Bunker
Taking a Mile: The Politics of Measurement

The Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 33:05


We refer to measurements almost constantly – but are we truly aware of the power they hold? And why do we accept these rigid measurements of time and space? Ahir Shah speaks to James Vincent about his book Beyond Measure: The Hidden History of Measurement, which looks at how we came to define dimensions.  “We still have a flexible approach to measuring time.”  “You get a lot of measurements that are taken from the human body for example.”  “Over time central authorities take the control to define units of measurement.” “If we couldn't measure, we couldn't trade, we couldn't build cities and we couldn't do scientific research.”  https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast Written and presented by Ahir Shah. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis. Producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Assistant Producer: Elina Ganatra. Audio production by Jade Bailey. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Country Mile
The Country Mile 228

The Country Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 60:00


PLAYLIST: Ned LeDoux - Open Road Steep Canyon Rangers - Sweet Spot Wade Bowen - Everything Has Your Memory Brent Cobb - Wild And Blue Brother & The Hayes - Lady Love Randy C Moore - Big Bertha Michelle Rivers - Going West Laura Orshaw - I Can't Settle Down w/ Jenee Fleenor & Brittany Haas Junior Sisk - Up There On A Hillside Paige King Johnson - Honky Tonk Heart Mario Flores - Home Made Honky Tonk Easton Corbin - Hey Merle Steve Markwardt - She Took Me Back Carly Pearce - What He Didn't Do Travis Pickering - Fallin' [ UK shows start from Monday 6pm mtrichat.com | 7pm cmrnashville.com ] linktr.ee/TheCountryMile for all my links!

The Country Mile
The Country Mile 227

The Country Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 60:03


PLAYLIST: Sandee June - Too Many Hearts In Houston Neil Cooper - Stranger Things Carter Faith - Greener Pasture The Rough & Tumble - Hard Times ( You & Me ) Brennen Leigh - Tell Him I'm Dead w/ Katie Shore Creed Fisher - Earplugs & Beer Pharis & Jason Romero - Cannot Change It All Audie Blaylock & Redline - Better Angels Fly Away Tina Adair - Bridge You're Gonna Burn Theo & Brenna - I Can Hear Kentucky Calling Me The Barlow - New Year, Old Me James Lann - Like Conway Twitty Clayton Smalley - Wide Open Coffey Anderson - Ain't As Lonely w/ Dillon Carmichael Steve Anthony - Carrying On Tradition [ UK shows start from Monday 6pm mtrichat.com | 7pm cmrnashville.com ] linktr.ee/TheCountryMile for all my links!

The Country Mile
The Country Mile 226

The Country Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 60:00


PLAYLIST: Riley Green - Hell Of A Way To Go Jack Settle - Interstatin' Mario Flores - Don't Let Her Ronnie Dunn - Honky Tonk Town w/ Jake Worthington Hayden Haddock - Tequila w/ Jon Wolfe Mae Estes - Thinkin' Bout Cheatin' Micheal Askin - Outskirts Jimmy Yeary - Correct Me If I'm Right Flats & Sharps - I'm Doing Fine Kimberly Kelly - Blue Jean Country Queen w/ Steve Wariner Jordan Rainer - Damn Sandwich Colby Acuff - Bad Day To Be A Beer Ian Noe - River Fool Lainey Wilson - Heart Like A Truck Case Hardin - When You Roll That Way [ UK shows start from Monday 6pm mtrichat.com | 7pm cmrnashville.com ] linktr.ee/TheCountryMile for all my links!

The Country Mile
The Country Mile 225

The Country Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 60:00


PLAYLIST: Drew Parker - Little Miss Saturday Night Jon Pardi - Fill 'Er Up Clete Bradley & The Mood - Blowin' Smoke Adam Brand - All Or Nothing Cody Johnson - Human Paige King Johnson - Famous Enough Jonathan Terrell - Better For You Jaelee Roberts - The Best Of Me Woody Platt - One Last Goodbye Alex Miller - Freeborn Man Ellis Bullard - Roller Coaster Rachel LaRen - John Wayne Cameron James Smith - Lone Star Kat & Alex - Lets Find A Bar The Pleasures - The Beginning Of The End [ UK shows start from Monday 6pm mtrichat.com | 7pm cmrnashville.com ] linktr.ee/TheCountryMile for all my links!

King Christian and Queen Linda
Running 101 - Run Faster Without Injury w/ Guest 100 Mile Runner Freddy Aguero

King Christian and Queen Linda

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 59:39


If you've ever wondered how do I run faster, avoid injury and become stronger in the gym all at at the same time then this episode is for you.  We discuss the first steps you should take as a new runner, how to prevent and/or manage shin splints and avoid injury. We also discuss how you should structure your resistance training to become a better runner and a stronger individual. You can reach Freddy at :https://www.zeroboundariesllc.com For Coaching Inquiries: https://relentlessfitnessandnutrition.com/contact/ www.meetlindastephens.com For Questions / Comments Email:kcql21@gmail.com  

Chase the Summit
EP29 - 50 Mile Dehydration! What's Next? Apple watchOS 9 Features, and New Garmin's!

Chase the Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 37:48


Get 30% off of Liquid IV! https://glnk.io/75r0/chasethesummitUse Code: "CHASETHESUMMIT" at checkout!CTS Merch Store: https://store.chasethesummit.com/Join the Conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/9QR3R2FuSuJoin the Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1625366894492716**Follow Me!**YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/chasethesummit/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chasethesummit/Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/17359116Website: https://www.chasethesummit.comPodcast: https://click.chasethesummit.com/podcast**Want to send me something?**Chase the Summit 1751 Main Street # 843 Tewksbury, MA, 01876Links:Apple WatchOS 9 Video: https://youtu.be/KMjJLTi75bYChesterfield Gorge Ultra Video: https://youtu.be/Jx82wngY1-cForerunner 955 Video: https://youtu.be/gsd0KskCDfA Forerunner 255 Video: https://youtu.be/L7VM1GcXmxcSupport the show

Steep Life Media
The Incline 24 Hour Record, High School Sub 4:00 Mile Frenzy & FKT Prize $$$ | MTN OUTHOUSE NEWS 204

Steep Life Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 13:19


The Incline 24 Hour Record, High School Sub 4:00 Mile Frenzy & FKT Prize $$$ | MTN OUTHOUSE NEWS 204

Advanced Endurance Coaching
Signing up || Commit to the RACE

Advanced Endurance Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 18:16


By the way if you are a new time listener, welcome to this show. Who is it for? What is about? Why should you be listening in the first place? What's your benefit? Let me explain. It's a show for you: the runner. If you want to become a better a stronger and most of all a smarter runner, then this is for you. Quick & informative, advice you can understand easily and use in your daily running life. And no this is not a quick fix, nope its rather a long-term approach to helping you develop a stronger mindset, find your intrinsic motivation and build it.You are never too good to get better. Do every run you do, with purpose. Mile by mile becomes a lot of miles... But signing up to a half marathon or a 10K any race really, is a commitment, and a big one at that. You're making yourself a promise to meet a significant fitness goal. And, when you're regularly tracking those miles, your fitness will drastically increase. There's no perfect training plan, so just pick one and stick to it. SHOWNOTES: What does this mean for your running? Here some useful links. Your “how to do it” run streak Run 365 Days: Your 365 Day Run Streak Brain Training For Runners': Your Mental Guide To Better Running. Improve your discipline Accountability Coach. Add swimming to your run Become a better swimmer. Follow us on INSTAGRAM. Follow us on TWITTER. Follow us on YouTube. More about your HOST. Train your BRAIN become a better runner.

Florida Trail Runners Podcast
#33: Pre Western States 100 with Andy Jones-Wilkins and Luis Gomez

Florida Trail Runners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 79:06


The Western States 100 is coming up on June 25th in the Olympic Valley. For this episode we've got “Mr. Western States” Andy Jones-Wilkins and Luis Gomez! ADJ has done the Western States 100 ten times, placing 2nd in 2005. Over his ten years he has placed in the Top 10 numerous times. He continues now with volunteering, cheerleading, announcing, and helping make it happen! Luis is one of the very few Floridians to have their name drawn for this years race. This journey covers 6 years of racing and 16 tickets! Luis has done races from the Long Haul 100, Javelina Jundred, Arkansas Traveler, to Bryce Canyon. Not a qualifier race, but also the Keys 100. He is going to do awesome out there! The Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run is the world's oldest 100 Mile trail race. The Run starts in Olympic Valley, California, near the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, and ends 100.2 miles later in Auburn, California. In the decades since its inception in 1974, Western States has come to represent one of the ultimate endurance tests in the world.

Stuff You Should Know
The 4-minute Mile: Greatest Sports Story?

Stuff You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 49:47


Nobody thought the 4-minute mile was humanly possible, until it was. The story of how it happened is remarkable. So sit back and take a listen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Endurify with Mario Minnaert
440. A Simple, Surprising Lesson I Learned From My 86-Mile Workout

Endurify with Mario Minnaert

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 11:35


Ohh how quickly it can change! Listen to the story of my longest workout during Ironman training and what I learned. If you found any value in this episode, leave a 5-star review! That will help more people become their best by seeing these episodes. Also, let's connect on Instagram and send me a text with your thoughts on the latest episode by texting me at 608-770-3437. Yep, I'll actually respond! :)

Tech&Co
Jean-Émile Rosenblum, fondateur de Pixmania – 07/06

Tech&Co

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 7:11


Jean-Émile Rosenblum, fondateur de Pixmania, était l'invité de François Sorel dans Tech & Co, ce mardi 7 juin. Il est revenu sur sa dernière levée de fonds pour relancer sa marque mythique du E-commerce, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au jeudi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Teaching Today
A Mile in My Shoes: Perspectives From Teachers

Teaching Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 42:34


Broadly speaking, the function of teachers is to help students learn by imparting knowledge to them and cultivating the learning environment. However, teachers fill a complex set of roles, which vary from one society to another and from one educational level to another. Do we fully understand their roles? We're joined by three teachers this week — Tanesha Cager, Chloe Chapel, and Leah Clark — who share their journeys and allow us to walk a mile in their shoes.

Off The Couch
Zegama is Zegama, Tom Cruise, & 200-Mile Races

Off The Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 50:45


On this “Running Through the News” edition of Off The Couch, Salomon athlete Leah Yingling stops by to catch us up on current events in the running world, including — a debate around Tom Cruise's running form; the rise of 200-mile races; what mountain runner Joe Gray is doing to make trails a more equitable space for people of color; course records at the Zegama-Aizkorri Marathon; and Kilian Jornet's new shoe brand, NNormal.TOPICS & TIMES: Leah's Golden Ticket at Canyons 100k (1:46)Jazmine Lowther's breakout performance (5:13)Western States nears! (6:36)Fitness comes in many forms (9:29)Leah's Western States Training Camp (11:06)Heat training & trash bags (15:05)Zegama is Zegama (17:13)Kilian Jornet & NNormal (22:34)Rise of 200+ mile races (27:22)Why women have the upper hand (36:32)Climbing all 247 Sierra peaks (38:22)Redemption on the Arizona Trail (41:05)Joe Gray on diversity & inclusion (43:47)Track star Tom Cruise? (47:08)RELATED LINKS: SPS FKT Live Tracking NYT Article on Joe GrayTom Cruise runs. But is he any good at it?Sara Alonso Downhill Running CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Blister PodcastGEAR:30 podcastBikes & Big Ideas podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Will Run For...
52.5. NCRC Classic, The Taco Mile, First State 25k

Will Run For...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 69:46


In part 2 of our Anniversary episode, we recap some races we did in the month of May! We had the NCRC Classic in Raleigh, NC that was hot and hilly and while Michael & Jamie may have squashed toxic masculinity, Erin experienced some along the course. We follow that up with the Taco Mile at Antietam Brewery where friends took on the Beer mile as well. Did Diana's taco eating strategy work out for her? Find out! Finally Michael & Erin ran the First State 25k by @beastcoastpro on a very hot & humid day! There was a nice course, hills, great friends, Fireball shots, finish line beers and a drunk Michael. Then we wrap up with Something Good! . Come laugh with us as we share our running experiences and talk about everything from our favorite beer runs to our chafing nightmares. Tell us what YOU run for... Email us or leave a voice memo at WillRunForPodcast@gmail.com Find us on Facebook and Instagram @WillRunForPodcast Tag your pictures and stories @WillRunForPodcast and help grow our community. . Chapters NCRC Classic Recap The Taco Mile First State 25k Something Good

Alive Family Church Podcast
In The Belly Of A Whale - The 3,000 Mile "No"

Alive Family Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 40:00


There are times in life when God says something, but we choose to do the opposite. Navigating back to God's grace and plan can be challenging, yet fruitful. Join Pastor Eric Giesow as he kicks off our study of the book of Jonah in Week 1 of "In The Belly Of A Whale".