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Viewers may remember the unlikely but true story of the Jamaican bobsled team that made it to the Olympics. It was a feat popularized in the 1993 film, "Cool Runnings." Now, Jamaica's bobsled team is back at it again. Lucy Watson from Independent Television News explains. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
John Canzano talks with Olympic Gold Medalist and current Oregon State Gymnast Jade Carey. Carey discusses how it felt to win the gold medal, the difference between the NCAA and Olympic competition, why she picked Oregon State, her support team, her joy for being a college student, her favorite candy, her crazy summer after winning the gold and much more! Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
TSN & ESPN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro joined OverDrive earlier today and got into a number of things including his son Landon being named to the Canadian Olympic squad, what the Leafs are looking for in a defensemen & the reports of Evander Kane signing in Edmonton.
When China won its bid to host the 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing promised to improve China's human rights record. By most accounts, that didn't happen. As Beijing prepares to host the Olympics again, tough questions about human rights in China remain. Also, Democratic socialist Xiomara Castro became Honduras' first female president today. She says she'll work to tackle corruption and bolster alliances with the US. Plus, Lee Oskar, co-founder of the 1970s funk and soul band War, has a new album called, “Never Forget,” with music that helped him process his family's multifaceted history going back to World War II and the Holocaust.
Christina Bobb, journalist of OAN and the host of “Weekly Briefing” makes her first appearance of 2022 to discuss Timothy Ramthun and the possibility of decertification in Wisconsin. We role play what it would be like to talk to a liberal, update on the AZ audit, Russia/Ukraine, China/Taiwan, Olympics in Beijing, Second Amendment, Australia, Direct TV/OAN and how important it is for people to understand who they are voting for.
The Big Ten could be doing away with divisions, dropping down to eight conference games and adding a few contests against the other Alliance members. Dan Wetzel and SI's Pat Forde break down the move. The duo also chats Dan's impending lockdown in Chinese isolation during the Olympics, McDonald's secret menu, Michigan and Oklahoma State DC moves, and meth attack squirrels in Alabama. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The 2022 Winter Olympics start next week in Beijing. With thousands of worldwide athletes, coaches, and support staff arriving, can China avoid another coronavirus outbreak? The U.S. is facing a dire blood shortage that's prompted some LA trauma centers to close. Currently, the FDA says men who have sex with men can't donate blood unless they've been celibate for the past three months. Critics discuss highlights from the Sundance Film Festival, plus new films in theaters and on streaming services, such as “Home Team,” “Sundown,” and “Cyrano.” Evan Kleiman explains why you should buy beans locally — and recommends where. There are also many ways of cooking beans, from simple to complex.
Biggest Cover Up of the 21st Century with Nina Shea Commissioner on the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom from 1999 to 2012.Not One Minute of the Olympics: www.CCPGenocideOlympics.comFollow Nina Shea: https://www.hudson.org/experts/376-nina-sheaFollow Jason on Locals: https://jasonjones.locals.com/and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/osu4491Visit Movie to Movement @ www.MovieToMovement.comAnd the Vulnerable People Project: www.TheGreatCampaign.org
David Bergman is a legend in the world of concert photography, and he is someone I have looked up to for a long time. That may be the best summary of David I can come up with, that I am a fan, and honored to call him a friend. For those not aware of David's work, David is a New York based commercial photographer and photo educator who specializes in action, music and portraiture photographer. David is one of the rare talents that can pull off any genre of photography. He is also a world class educator, something I don't want to bury down in paragraph seven somewhere. I will go into detail there, but it needs to be stated early on in this discussion. His education talent, his ability to truly understand the art of photography and be able to teach it to others is front and center to who David is. David has been on the show twice before, first back on Episode 48 for "Composition, Creativity, and Workflow", and then as a guest on Image Critique #9. For that first show, I knew most people would expect a live music image, since David is the current tour photographer for country super star Luke Combs and is well know for being Bon Jovi's tour photographer. I didn't want to be that predictable however, so we chose an image he shot for Canon USA, knowing full well I would need to get him back on one day to talk music photography. As I mentioned above, David's current running tour gig is as the photographer for Luke Combs, one of the most successful country artists working today. As the official tour photographer for Bon Jovi and Luke Combs, he has documented bands on stage and on the road in more than 30 countries. He has also toured with Barenaked Ladies and Gloria Estefan, and has worked with Avril Lavigne and Joss Stone. David has also done a lot of celebrity work, for the likes of Drew Carey and others. All of this adds up to David being one of the top photographers working in the entertainment space today, and to David being in the rare class of photographers known as Canon Explorers of Light. One of the things he is best known for is being a pioneer of the GigaPan technique for making very high resolution images, and his Gigapan of President Obama's first inaugural speech was viewed by more than 30 million people. His 20,000 megapixel image of Yankee Stadium was printed at 130 feet wide and displayed at the Canon Expo in 2015, a technique he has also used for commercial clients including NBC and MLB.com. David at times seems to be able to do anything with a camera. Hopefully you're starting to see what I meant when I mentioned his level of talent. Before moving to New York City in 2001, he was a photojournalist on staff at The Miami Herald and covered news and sporting events around the world. Moving from being a staff photographer to where he is today has been an interesting path. David has had 13 Sports Illustrated covers, including his image of New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees raising his son over his head after winning the Super Bowl. He has covered multiple Olympics, World Series, Super Bowls, NBA and NCAA championships, and Stanley Cup Finals. That brings us to the education side of David. I would argue that this is where David shines. He stars in and produces a show for AdoramaTV called "Ask David Bergman", which I would argue may be the best photography tutorial series there is. Short, straight to the point answers to questions that matter. He is also a sought after speaker, having done workshops and seminars for Canon, Apple, Adorama, Best Buy, and Columbia University. Deserving of it's own paragraph here are David's Shoot From the Pit workshops. These in-person workshops are amazing, and I know because I took one this past year. Shoot From the Pit is a chance to learn how to photograph concerts from David Bergman. It's starts early in the day with David doing a multi-hour presentation. He shares everything you need to know about shooting photos at a concert - the gear, the settings,
Angela Ruggiero is a four-time Olympian and was the youngest player on the first-ever women's US Ice Hockey team where she won a gold medal. She also was the first female non-goalie to play on a men's professional hockey team. Today, she is Co-Founder and CEO of Sports Innovation Lab where her goal is to help the world's leading sports organizations identify and understand their fans, so they can create better fan experiences. We talk all things Olympics, how sports fans are changing, and her love for rugby culture.
Cam Wurf started his athletic career in rowing, where he represented Australia at the 2004 Olympics, and went on to compete in road cycling for WorldTour teams including Cannondale-Liquigas. After retiring from the sport in 2015, he started racing triathlons, attaining 5th at the World Championship in 2019, and setting a World Record for the bike leg of the race. In 2020, he was lured back in to professional cycling at the highest level when Ineos Grenadiers came calling. He now leads an unprecedented dual career as a WorldTour cyclist and Ironman triathlete. In this conversation, Cam talks about why he's never wanted to be defined by one sport, the training camp with Chris Froome that brought him out of retirement, and why he isn't afraid to call himself "the original ruiner of gravel."
As the new year begins, management teams continue to look for ways to adeptly navigate changing macroeconomic and geopolitical pressures. This week Heather Horn sat down with Craig Stronberg and Zain Siddiqui, directors in PwC Intelligence, for a discussion about the significant forces expected to shape the business landscape in the year ahead.In this episode you'll find:6:05 - How the dynamics of trust and distrust are affecting business9:51 - A historical perspective on current events14:12 - The economic drivers behind supply chain pressure and labor shortages22:56 - The importance of investing in long-term transformation projects26:05 - How the politicization of the consumer base is changing government spending decisions28:56 - Opportunities for businesses in managing the “trust dividend”34:47 - How companies and countries are navigating global tension38:19 - Other topics, including work from home, digital currencies, and long-term supply chain restructuringWant to learn more?Check out our previous podcasts with PwC Intelligence, Forecast 2021: The rise in central bank digital currencies, and COVID-19: How looking back will help business move forward.Craig Stronberg leads the Macro Capability for PwC Intelligence, spearheading the team of analysts that provides macroeconomic and geopolitical intelligence to key stakeholders. Named as one of the "100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, Craig had a nearly 20 year career in national security affairs working for and advising numerous agencies and international partners, having been decorated five times. His focus has been on numerous areas, including counterintelligence, economic espionage, counterterrorism, cyber threats, political-military issues, special operations integration, and support for major events such as the Olympic Games.Zain Siddiqui, is a senior economist for PwC Intelligence with a specialty in macroeconomics and finance. He advises stakeholders and clients on the business implications of emerging macro and geopolitical vulnerabilities, and helps them shape business strategy. His research has appeared in books on international economic policy and macroeconomic journals.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts are available upon request. Please send requests to email@example.com.
Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the developing news from yesterday that Justice Stephen Breyer would be retiring from the Supreme Court, opening up a seat to be filled by President Biden. Speculation immediately began on who the President would appoint including current Vice President Kamala Harris, former First Lady Michelle Obama, and others. Could this be the moment Dems have been looking for to move VP Harris out of the way? 6:04-NEWS 6:07-Justice Stephen Bryer will retire from the Supreme Court 6:25-Minny Mouse is ditching the red dress for a pantsuit 6:35-Best Karaoke songs 6:38-The Batman director Matt Reeves discusses the inspiration for the new batman and the emo, black eyeliner on Bruce Wayne 6:46-90% of the entertainment industry got crushed by the COVID-19 virus 7:01-NEWS 7:05-Republican candidate for U.S. Senator of Pennsylvania, Jeff Bartos, joined Rich to discuss him winning several straw polls against a loaded Republican race for the candidacy, He also spoke on the breaking news from yesterday on Justice Stephen Breyer retiring from the Bench and what he is looking for in a nominee to the Court. 7:23-Spotify takes down Neil Young 7:30-Owner of Speak to Me Kids Joyce Kaveney, joined Rich to discuss children, especially 3-years-old and under, who have shown less development in their speech development during the pandemic, especially with mask mandate causing the inability for kids to see adults and fellow kids' faces. 7:45- CUT SHEET | Andrea Mitchell describes Justice Breyer as a conservative Justice | NBC's Peter Alexander mistakes Biden will be nominating the first Africa-American Justice and forgets Clarence Thomas | This could change the landscape of the 2022 midterms | Biden rambles about driving a Hummer in Dearborn, Michigan | Fauci dodges when asked about the metrics that indicate the end of COVID | Surgeon General Viviek Murthy wants to limit how shows spread misinformation | 8:09-Scientists predicting the collapse of society 8:12-McDonald's' plant-based option is doing better than they actually thought 8:23-NEWS 8:40-Democrat's problem for this open Supreme Court seat pick and looking to 2024. 8;52-Boston man removed from heart transplant list for being unvaccinated 9:00-NEWS 9:05-Professor Greg Manco at St. Joe's University joined Rich discussing his lawsuit against St. Joe's University for his removal from his position at the school after he posted, what the University saw as, controversial and dividing tweets last February. 9:25-Man mistakes girlfriend's positive pregnancy test for a positive COVID test 9:40-CUT SHEET | Howard Stern doesn't like censorship but is fine with censoring Joe Rogan | Joy Behar debates Sunny Hostin on the first amendment | Climate Change's damage for future Olympics 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo by: Chip Somodevilla / Staff
Introduction: Ahead of Kwesi Adofo-Mensah's introduction Thursday as the new GM of the Vikings, host Michael Rand takes a look at five big questions. Will this type of unconventional hire, made popular lately in MLB and the NBA, work in the NFL? How will Adofo-Mensah's fresh set of eyes evaluate the Vikings' roster, including Kirk Cousins? Plus other questions. 11:00: Star Tribune Olympics writer Rachel Blount joins the show ahead of the start of the Winter Games next week to discuss all the great Minnesota story lines -- and the logistical challenges that await in Beijing. 29:00: More fuel for Aaron Rodgers to Denver speculation? And two good basketball games Thursday night.
It was fun to have John King on the podcast for the 2nd time, at least after he fixed his Wifi issues. We got in to yet another up and down by the Gophers against Michigan. Got a bit in to what we would like to see while Faber, Knies and Meyers are gone for the Olympics. We also preview the games with Notre Dame this weekend.
Historian Michael Zahs joins Charity Nebbe at the Kalona Historical Society to talk about his latest exhibit on the stories behind 20th century feed sacks and quilts. Plus, Timothy LeDuc of Cedar Rapids, along with Ashley Caine-Gribble, discuss their upcoming trip to the 2022 winter Olympics in Beijing in pairs figure skating.
This week's positive podcast is brought to you by Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn. The three-time medalist talks about the familial pressure that accompanied her debut at the Olympics, and her mental state during the race that won her the gold.
Sources familiar with 83-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer have shared he plans to retire at the end of the current term after more than 27 years on the Court. Now, all eyes shift to President Biden as Americans anticipate who he will choose to fill the liberal justice's seat. During his presidential campaign, then-candidate Biden stated he intends to appoint the first female African-American Supreme Court Justice and Americans are curious to see if he will follow through on his promise. Fox News Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream joins to discuss what landmark cases still remain for Justice Breyer before he steps down, who the frontrunners are to replace Breyer and how the nominating process for a new justice will play out. As athletes across the globe prepare for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, several countries have announced diplomatic boycotts of the games, meaning that their top officials won't be in attendance. The controversy over this year's Olympics stems from human rights concerns alleging China's abuse towards Uyghur Muslims. In response, the Chinese government has denied the accusations and warned that political comments could be subject to punishment. Two-time Olympic cross-country skier, Noah Hoffman, joins The Fox News Rundown to discuss the safety and censorship of athletes in this year's games, the role of sponsors, and the many pressures Olympic athletes face during their careers. Plus, commentary by radio show host, Jason Rantz.
From well known triathletes to Olympic gold medalists, these are athletes we idolize. But how did they get there? Stephan Ban shares his 15 year experience with triathlons and what he is doing now with the USA Triathlon Foundation to make sure our athletes get the support they need starting from youth. Listen to the full episode to learn Stephen's "three pillars" to creating a winning athlete. In this episode we hear about: Stephen role in the USA Triathlon Foundation and how it encourages participation in multisports What truly makes the triathlon community special and what it takes to be part of it How Olympic athletes are made starting with the support they get as youth For more insights, tips, and training encouragement follow us on Instagram @whywetripodcast. Connect with USA Triathlon Foundation @USATFoundation (Twitter) @usatfoundation (Instagram) @usatfoundation (Facebook) www.usatriathlonfoundation.org Subscribe to the Why We Tri Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/whywetri Get Caroline's Favorite Beverage: www.AthleticBrewing.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, I'm talking to Chris Pronger. And yes, I'm referring to the NHL Hall of Fame Hockey Player! Chris had an absolute legendary career as a defenceman. He got to the Stanley cup finals with three different teams, won the cup with the Anaheim Ducks in 2007, won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player for the 1999-2000 season, won Olympic gold medals at the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympics, and was named one of the "100 Greatest NHL Players" in history. While Chris is considered a major success in the world of hockey, it's not the only thing that defines him. He's also a father, husband, investor, and entrepreneur. And today, we talk about all of it. You'll hear some fun stories from his playing days, his guiding principles for making smart investing decisions, and the story behind building a boutique luxury travel company with his wife. That and a whole lot more! FREE Gift Chris is giving away a free report outlining the top 5 travel destinations for 2022. Chris's company, Well Inspired Travels, serves athletes, celebrities, CEOs, C-level executives, business owners, and high net worth family offices. So, if you want to find out where the healthy and wealthy are spending their vacations, definitely go check that out. To get access to this gift, visit JustinDonald.com/66. Want the Full Show Notes? To get access to the full show notes, including audio, transcripts, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit JustinDonald.com/66 Get the Lifestyle Investor Book! To get access to The Lifestyle Investor: The 10 Commandments of Cashflow Investing for Passive Income and Financial Freedom visit JustinDonald.com/book Rate & Review If you enjoyed today's episode of The Lifestyle Investor, hit the subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, or wherever you listen, so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU! Connect with Justin Donald Facebook YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Twitter
Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Career Podcasts! “Whether you're on an athletic team, a sales force, or a symphony orchestra, you better be honest about what you think about yourself. What you think about yourself and what you think about all the things that happen day by day, that's what constitutes your confidence.” - Dr. Nate Zinsser Confidence is a character trait that has relatively little to do with what happens to you, but rather it's a function of how you think. Today's Finding Brave guest reveals how you can change your level of confidence, but first you must be aware of certain things. You absolutely can develop confidence for any situation that you care to, and our guest shares the ways that confident performers think differently from the average person in order to do this. Dr. Nate Zinsser is an expert in the psychology of human performance who consults for individuals and organizations seeking a competitive edge. Nate's latest book, The Confident Mind: A Battle-Tested Guide for Unshakable Performance, hit shelves January 2022, and has been endorsed by two-time Super Bowl Champion and MVP Eli Manning, bestselling authors Jon Krakauer and Steven Pressfield, and US Olympic Bobsled Head Coach Mike Kohn. Nate was a regular consultant to the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Giants for twelve seasons and has been a keynote speaker for General Electric, Facebook, McDonald's, Staples, UBS, Major League Baseball, the NBA, and many more, as well as a consultant for the FBI Academy, the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program, (mentoring four Olympic medalists), the U.S. Army Recruiting Command, and the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. Since 1992, he has directed a cutting-edge applied sport psychology program at the United States Military Academy's Center for Enhanced Performance, personally conducting over seventeen thousand individual training sessions and seven hundred team training sessions for cadets seeking the mental edge for athletic, academic, and military performance. He also helped launch the highly successful magazine Sports Illustrated for Kids and was presented with an American Library Association award for his 1991 children's book Dear Dr. Psych: A Kid's Guide to Handling Sports Problems. I'm beyond excited to bring you the first installment of this special two-part mini-series with Nate on the subject of confidence, and I've loved learning from a master on this topic as it's something that I teach about often in my courses and in my career and leadership coaching. This is an excellent opportunity to learn, grow, and stretch our understanding of confidence, and I'll see you back here next week for the conclusion of this riveting conversation! To learn more about today's guest, visit: https://natezinsser.com/
How long does it take you to make big decisions? For many, it can be a lengthy process that not only takes a lot of precious time, but often, the decision we reach turns out to be what we knew to be true all along. But what if you believed in yourself and your success from the very beginning? If you could make big decisions in a matter of minutes? What if you could change your mindset right now and follow through on your desire for change? You're capable of all of the above, and more. Today, Blake shares the lessons she learned from a recent event with Dr. Jeff Spencer, a former athlete who, at seven years old, committed to becoming an Olympian cyclist. At 21 years old, he competed in the Olympics, and soon after, he realized that helping exceptional performers tap into their highest potential was equally as satisfying to him as competing and winning himself. Dr. Jeff Spencer has dedicated his career to coaching elite performers and helping them change their habits and strengthen their minds, giving them tools to consistently deliver even the largest goals and perform at the top of their game. He has worked with people like Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong, Dave Asprey from Bulletproof. He's coached Olympians, Fortune 500 CEOs, and now, Blake herself. In this episode, you'll hear a brief rundown of some of the key concepts that really hit home for Blake. She talks about why we spend so much time in the process of decision-making, and why that long ordeal is really an indicator of a lack of trust in your own judgment. She also shares important reminders about being attentive to your physical state as life progresses. You'll also learn why we're conditioned to believe we're more likely to fail than to succeed, and how to turn that thinking around. If you're in need of wisdom and motivation today, then these powerful lessons are sure to spark something profound and inspiring in you. What You'll Learn: Some of the lessons Dr. Spencer shares (5:45) Why it's important to listen to your body as life progresses (10:01) The tendency for humans to believe more in failure than success (14:41) The most profound lesson Blake learned from Dr. Spencer (16:32) Why the path to success is just about knowing the right next step to take (19:05) Favorite Quotes: When you're spending so much time over-analyzing and trying to figure out the right solution, you already knew the right solution from the get-go. You're just thinking or feeling like you need to gather more information in order to validate what you believe is true. The longer you take to make decisions, the more likely you are to risk making the wrong decision. Every single problem we have in life has a solution. There is always a path forward. If you're shooting for perfection, you're setting yourself up to fail from the get-go because there's no such thing. Additional Resources: Rather than hoping the grass will be greener, identify what the RIGHT next step is. We can help you do just that. Get clarity on where you are on your journey to career fulfillment, where you're headed, optional paths to get there, and the right next step to take. Start your complimentary, Personalized Career Fulfillment Plan. Want free resources to set your job search up for success? You can get them HERE.
Alex Sinatra is a Texas-barred attorney who has been around sports her entire life except for hockey. She tells Jeff and Elliotte why she was interested in the position of executive director of the PHFPA and the interesting path she took to get there. She also talks about things that are important to the players, if they'll work with the PWHPA to grow the game, why communication will be one of her top priorities, how she's approaching the $25 million investment into the league by the Board of Governors, and if the NHL needs to be involved in women's hockey.Music Outro: The Hight Loves - Sure of ItListen to the entire track on SpotifyThis podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
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With the final ISU Championship event before the Olympics complete, the total Beijing picture is beginning to fill in. This week, Tara and Jackie recap the highlights from Four Continents, and then dive right into the Olympic previews with the Team Event. And speaking of Four Continents... Ice Dance gold medalists Caroline Green and Michael Parsons join the show and talk about their week in Estonia and more!
Rhyan White is a world champion, Olympic medalist, and NCAA All-American. She was the only woman from America to qualify for the 2021 Olympic Games in both the 100 and 200 backstroke. In Tokyo, she finished 4th in both events, just missing individual medals but still helping the USA to a silver in the 400 medley relay. White discusses managing her emotions through Trials, the Games, and afterword when she came back to Alabama to kick off her senior season. She talks about the new coaching staff in Tuscaloosa, led by first-time head coach Margo Geer, and the training habits she's developed since her first Games. White bounced back in a big way after Tokyo, winning gold in the 200 back at the Short Course World Championships in Abu Dhabi this past December. SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora Music: Otis McDonald www.otismacmusic.com
Brett is in a battle against the invisible enemy (he's fine) and we're talking the latest across the hockey world on Cold Stove. NRD and Brett Merriman break down the rumors and speculation gripping the NHL landscape. Today we've got: - Vancouver finalizing their front office - The Flyers don't have much hope at this point... - Chychrun and Giroux latest
--On the Show: --The Department of Justice confirms the existence of an investigation into the failed fraudulent elector scam attempted by the 2020 Trump campaign --Fox news propagandist Tucker Carlson hosts fighter pilot Lt. Col. Scott Duncan, who claims that he is religiously opposed to the COVID vaccine, but not any other vaccines --Multiple cable television providers quietly drop right wing propaganda channel Newsmax from their channel lineup --Eric Trump and Alex Jones invoked their 5th Amendment rights hundreds of times during recent testimony to the January 6 committee, a jarring contrast to Donald Trump saying that only guilty people plead the 5th --Fox News propagandist Tucker Carlson nods as his deranged guest, Alex Berenson, says that COVID vaccines should be pulled and no longer given to anyone --Jordan Peterson resurfaces on Joe Rogan's program, and his interview is indistinguishable from parody --Donald Trump declares himself the 45th and 47th President while out golfing, another signal that he plans to run for President in 2024 --Tucker Carlson and Fox News go fully antisemitic with a new special about George Soros ruining America --Voicemail caller believes we are a bunch of socialist communist idiots --On the Bonus Show: Nancy Pelosi is running for re-election, FDA halts use of some monoclonal antibodies for Omicron, abrupt pre-Olympic lockdowns hit Beijing, much more...
When I locked down an interview with Courtney Thompson, I might as well have taken home the gold. Not only is Courtney a 2-time Olympic medalist with a professional resume that goes on for miles, Courtney is an advocate for mental training, and credits mindset work for a lot of her success, on and off the court. A champion on multiple levels, Courtney is living proof of the power of mental training, and has dedicated her life to giving back to the sports world and making real, meaningful change in her athletes. She's a fountain of wisdom and a total badass. In this episode, Courtney talks vulnerably about human things like self-doubt and imperfection, even at the elite level. She talks about how she cultivates confidence and inner wisdom, and shares her experience coaching a new generation of college athletes at Stanford University. She ends the episode with an actionable mental training nugget: The exact mental exercise she practices to help her let go of the uncontrollables. It's not every day you get to be coached by an Olympian. Through stories of how she practiced mental training before she even knew what it was, to a comical anecdote about getting the yips in front of her athletes, Courtney is equal parts entertaining and inspirational. From start to finish, my interview with THE Courtney Thompson was an absolute delight. And I can say with confidence that there's something in this episode for everyone. Let's dive in! Here's a glance at this episode: [0:00] Lindsey introduces her first guest on the podcast, two-time Olympian, Courtney Thompson! [4:06] When Courtney joined the Olympic team, she was taught, “There are 3 things you can train as a human, your body, your craft, and your mind.” [6:50] Although the benefits of mental training reverberate through your whole life, you still have to train and retrain your mind in every context; in and out of sports. [9:06] Before she learned mental training, Courtney often used daily habits and superstition to try to recreate the mental magic she felt on the days when everything just flowed. [13:01] Why responding positively to failure doesn't make you a worse athlete, it makes you a better one, according to Courtney. [14:46] Courtney describes her ‘aha moment' when she decided to change what she was doing and start training her mind. [17:51] What's an Olympian's mental training routine like? Courtney shares the details; now, and back when she was a competitive athlete. [20:09] Courtney shares the very mental training exercise she practiced as a pro athlete to help her let go of the un-controllables before she stepped on the court. [26:22] Why front-loading mental skills is a game-changer because you can't always “think your way out of” your fight or flight response. [30:09] Courtney shares the way she now approaches in-the-moment mental training as a coach with her athletes. [33:43] Lindsey asks, “How do you prepare yourself to be successful?” Courtney responds with a discussion about her relationship with meditation and the inner wisdom it cultivates. [36:51] Courtney shares the hard-hitting questions she asks her athletes to help them be more aware of their internal thoughts, self-talk, and mindset. [40:56] We are all in the pursuit of being our best, and mindset work is a continual practice. Part of being a coach is going through feelings of pressure, failure, resistance, and self-doubt; that part never goes away. [48:48] Why is it important to be vulnerable as a coach? It takes a lot of confidence to admit that we're scared, but there's not an athlete in the world that hasn't felt that way. [51:06] Courtney shares the ONE THING she would tell someone who was just starting their mental training journey. [54:31] Lindsey and Courtney wrap up the episode by discussing how Courtney hopes to grow her mindset in 2022, including one (semi-surprising) mindfulness practice rooted in buddhism.
The Confident Mind: A Battle-Tested Guide to Unshakable Performance by Dr. Nate Zinsser Believe and be unshakable. The Director of West Point's influential Performance Psychology Program shares the secrets of mental toughness and self-belief in this definitive guide to mastering confidence, the key to performance in any field. Dr. Nate Zinsser has spent his career training the minds of the U.S. Military Academy's cadets as they prepare to lead and perform when the stakes are the very highest—on the battlefield. Alongside this work, he has coached world-class athletes including a Super Bowl MVP, numerous Olympic medalists, professional ballerinas, NHL All-Stars, and college All-Americans, teaching them to overcome pressure and succeed on the biggest stages. Dr. Zinsser has come to understand that one single trait above all others makes peak performance possible: confidence, or the belief in oneself. Whether your mission involves leading a platoon into combat, returning an opponent's serve, or delivering a sales pitch to a roomful of skeptical prospects, you perform best when you are so certain about your abilities that your flow of fear, doubts, and confusion slows to the barest minimum. What's more, Dr. Zinsser has come to understand that confidence is a skill that can be taught, improved, and applied by anyone to enhance nearly every aspect of our lives and careers. Now, for the first time, Dr. Zinsser distills his research and years of experience, offering a fascinating guide to the science of confidence and providing readers with a practical, step-by-step program to best harness their belief in themselves to achieve success in any field. The Confident Mind is a complete guide to confidence: how to understand it, how to build it, how to protect it, and how to rely upon it when your performance matters most.
The crew discusses if they are all underachievers in life. Are they? We also have a little fun, predictably, at Kenny's expense. Plus, what's happening in the Olympic village?
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Aaron Wexler hosts Karsta Lowe, a former UCLA volleyball player & National Champion who is currently playing professionally overseas. Lowe won a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and has played professionally in countries such as Italy, China, and Puerto Rico. Team USA profile: https://www.teamusa.org/usa-volleyball/athletes/karsta-lowe In This Episode We Discuss: Staying true to yourself despite fear of not being accepted Being in the spotlight Mental Health The value of Taking Daily inventory of your values Mindsets and staying focused on the road ahead Manifesting in the quantum field The importance of visualization and controlling your nerves The mental aspect of the game/mental health Awareness of Your Self Talk The Value of Physical Health
In the last three months, the US coast guard has intercepted three boats, including one that had the largest group of migrants to land on the shores of the Florida Keys in more than two years. Plus, concerns over China's influence on Olympics coverage. Guests: The Miami Herald's Jacqueline Charles, Tessa Petit, co-executive director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition, immigration attorney Frandley Julien, and Axios' Sara Fischer. Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Julia Redpath, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Sabeena Singhani, Lydia McMullen-Laird, and Alex Sugiura. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mialitiana (Mia) is the first woman Winter Olympian from Madagascar and her goal is to "inspire all Africans." While she grew up in France with her adoptive parents, a big part of Mia's identity is as a Malagasy, and she wants to be living proof that a black African woman can reach the top in this sport. In this episode, Mia shares what it means to be the first and only Malagasy woman to compete in the Winter Olympics, as well as about her remarkable recovery from her broken tibia and fibula less than a year ago. Contributing experts include Stéphane Clerc (Mia's Father), and Elodie (Mia's Friend). Media clips from: -Philippe rAz YouTube, 'mia clerc ski Courchevel World Cup' -Mia Clerc Ski YouTube, 'Mia Clerc Ski France3 Alpes JO 2018' -Olympics' Youtube, '16-year-old Malagasy Clerc competes in the Women's Giant Slalom | Winter Olympics 2018 | PyeongChang' -Mr History YouTube, 'A Super Quick History of Madagascar' -Geography NOW YouTube, 'Geography Now! MADAGASCAR' -Al Jazeera English YouTube, 'Why people in Madagascar are starving | Start Here' -WION YouTube, '10 casualties with over 500 people displaced due to flash floods in Madagascar| WION Climate Tracker'
The 4 secrets of Success with The Success Factor author Dr. Ruth Gotian Dr. Ruth Gotian is the Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine. She has been hailed by the journal Nature and Columbia University as an expert in mentorship and leadership development. In 2021, she was selected as one of 30 people worldwide to be named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, dubbed the Oscars of management thinking, and by August, was shortlisted as the top eight emerging management thinkers in the world. She is also a semi-finalist for the Forbes 50 Over 50 list. In addition to publishing in academic journals, she is a contributor to Forbes and Psychology Today where she writes about ‘optimizing success'. Her research is about the mindset and skill set of peak performers, including Nobel laureates, astronauts and Olympic champions. Her forthcoming book, The Success Factor, will be out in January.
Jay sits down with swimming legend Ryan Lochte, who immediately talks with Jay about battling depression after he didn't make the Olympic team and how he and Jay both faced the reality of doing something else when their careers finally end. Ryan also jokes about having NO plan if swimming didn't work out, and how he was a big shot on the UF campus because of his swim prowess. Ryan and Jay also joke about reality shows, both having been on them, and Ryan kids that he apologizes to people that watched his show because it was just so bad. Ryan also talks about the highs and lows of going through the 2016 controversy in Brazil, and how he went from beloved to hated when the media seized on the story.
Rapha presents Life in the Peloton Stuart O'Grady is an absolute legend of the sport: He's a Roubaix winner, an Olympic Gold medallist, a trailblazer for Aussie pros in Europe, and now race director of Australia's top cycling event, the Tour Down Under. In this episode, we go in-depth on all of this and more. It's a fascinating insight into the career of one of the most accomplished people in cycling. (Read detailed summary below) . . . It's January, I'm in Australia; it's Tour Down Under time. As we all probably know, the World Tour peloton won't be at the TDU this year, and I'm enjoying my first January in a long time not having to think about racing. However, I thought who better to bring on the pod than the legend himself, Adelaide's Stuart O'Grady. Stuey wasn't just a huge inspiration, but for the generations of Australian riders who followed in his wheel tracks, he was a real pioneer. Stuey went to his first Olympics as an eighteen year-old before turning pro with the French Gan team in the mid-nineties. In just a few years he went from being a risky signing for an almost entirely French team to a Tour de France stage winner and a mainstay of the team. I kicked off the pod by asking about these early days and how his career on the road began. I also wanted to know what it was like coming full circle and ending up finishing his career in Australia's own World Tour team, a project that would never have come to life without his successes in Europe. We also go back to the track to get into his Gold medal ride in Athens, a crowning achievement for the six-time Olympian. Of course, I couldn't not discuss his win Paris Roubaix. Stuey tells how the day unfolded, from puncturing in the Areneberg forest to winning alone in the Roubaix velodrome. These days he has a new career as the race director at the the Tour Down Under, and I used the opportunity to find out what the job of race director really entails, as well as ask a few questions about what the future looks like for this much loved race. There is so much to ask Stuey that it was honestly hard to cram it all into the hour, but it was great to be able to learn so much from someone who was a huge inspiration for myself, and go into detail about those unforgettable wins - I got the feeling that he enjoyed the chance to reminisce too! So here it is, I hope you guys enjoy this as much as we did: Stuart O'Grady - The Pioneer of the New Generation. Stay tuned for Talking Luft with Stuey next week! Cheers, Mitch Show Notes 0:00 to 4:20 – Intro 4:20min to 10:05 – Stuey intro & TDF Stage win 1998 10:05 to 18:20 – Racing as an Aussie in a French team 18:20min to 27:42 – Athens Olympics Madison Gold 27:42min to 43:30 – Paris Roubaix Win 44:50min to 53:33 – Finishing his career at Greenedge 53:33min to 1:00:00 – Retirement and transitioning out of Pro life 1hr to 1:10:10 – Tour Down Under 1:10:10 to end – Outro . . . • Tour de France Stage 5 win 1998: Watch the final kilometres of Stuey's win at 37min in: https://youtu.be/cOnIphGlSPM?t=2255 • Watch Stuey's interview with Phil Liggett pre a wet Paris Roubaix in 2001 at 4min: https://youtu.be/cRQtz-yI59E?t=193 • Athens Olympics: Watch the final 20 laps of Stuey's Gold medal ride in the Madison with Graham Brown (in French): https://youtu.be/CueSvBqXIG4 . . . This episode is brought to you by Rapha, makers of the world's finest cycling clothing & accessories and the worlds largest cycling club, RCC. 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1 hour and 17`minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS), Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, Team Fan Club, and introducing The View from the Cheap Seats podcast by the Sklars, who will now be joining us for the Hot Takes segments. Please go subscribe and like their podcast,and leave your hot takes about this game in the reviews. 1. Indiana starts at 1:00 Michigan climbs to 18 spots in the NET rankings to reach the fringe of the NCAA Men's Tournament bubble. Everything seemed to come easy in this game. The emergence of Hunter Dickinson's three point game will change how teams have to prepare for him. Parallels are drawn between this Michigan team and last season's Ohio State team. Diabaté was extremely energized in this game. This feels like a young team that is finally turning a corner. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Maryland starts at 19:05 Michigan runs out to a big lead and was never threatened against a not-great Maryland team that has a surprising lack of talent on it. Frankie Collins has an alley-oop from Eli Brooks, followed by a play Brian cannot describe with proper words, followed by two air-balled threes. Doesn't seem like a shooter right now but can be ball dominant. DeVante' Jones has been more efficient and less turnover prone, which may be a big reason Michigan has looked better in recent weeks. 3. Hot Takes, Harbaugh Thoughts starts at 33:50 Takes hotter than Hunter Dickinson in the last couple of games. Brian's take gets some form of "wow" from everyone who heard it. Can Michigan de-throne Stanford?? Latest rumor is the Raiders don't want to make a move for Harbaugh because Jim Harbaugh is weird. NFL people are even weirder, though. Brian and Seth try to dissect what might be going through Jim's mind during this offseason. 4. Hockey vs Minnesota starts at 57:35 Alex and David come in to talk hockey. Michigan is up to #1 in the Pairwise rankings, also tied for first place in the Big Ten with Ohio State. Big Ten is really strong this year - even Penn State who is last in the Big Ten is ranked 24th in the Pairwise. Minnesota's rink is hard to adapt to - it's bigger and the nets like to come off easily. Michigan losing players to the Olympics is mitigated by a bye week, but those players will be gone for the Ohio State series. Brian is so so excited for Michigan to be the #1 overall seed in the NCAA Hockey Tournament and that they'll play somewhere 1,000 miles away.
Name, Image, and Likeness rights for college athletes are changing a lot about football and other sports. And in the uneven rollout last summer, some schools took a more aggressive approach than others in the role they played in those deals. Now, after seeming to play it safe for much of 2021, Ohio State has introduced a new program that may take a more aggressive approach to NIL in the future. Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to discuss the new NIL Edge program and much more. - Is Ohio State really number one in three major NIL categories?- Could a specific focus on NIL pay off in a big way in some Olympic sports?
Kid Rock's new tune & new tour, Spotify's Neil Young / Joe Rogan ultimatum, Michael Jackson: Bully, breaking ABNN News, Biden v. Doocy, the rise and fall of Falwell Jr, and Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion cult.Drew explains the plot of Deep Throat.Kid Rock dropped a new tune. He'll be on the Bad Reputation Tour this summer.Pine Knob is Pine Knob again. Chicago has played the most concerts at the music theatre.Caesars Palace calls out Adele for being a LIAR and a DIVA!Marc is sad that U of M is jacking up their season ticket prices.Neil Young gives Spotify an ultimatum: Me or Joe Rogen. They pick Joe Rogan.Eric Clapton has YouTube conspiracy theories.Damon Albarn vs Taylor Swift: Songwriting.Demi Lovato is a punk rocker now. Here's the proof.Michael Jackson bullied baby sister Janet Jackson.Rachel Evan Wood is piling on Marilyn Manson with a new 2-part documentary.We wish Elvis was alive to have his own Twitter account.Spotify was scammed by Not-A-Prince Harry and that beast Meghan Markle. Apply to be their content creator right here!Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton try to get you on the NFT bandwagon.Julian Lennon is trying to get you on the NFT bandwagon as well.The NFL has really good ratings.Brittany Matthews is really sad because she's being "attacked".Breaking ABNN News: Antonio Brown ordered $15,000 of champagne to celebrate the Bucs' playoff loss. AB wants to be a Raven. AB will be featured on HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.GM is dropping $7 billion on Michigan plants.Oxford students return to school.New polls for Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer and James Craig.Joe Biden called Peter Doocy a mean name.New COVID polls.Brooke Lajiness like 'em young. A listener sent this 5-year-old story along and we treat it as it's new... because she might be out soon (or out now).Michael Avanatti is up to even more shenanigans. This time, in the courtroom.No shit-talking China at the 2022 Olympics. Elon Musk is complicit.Ukraine is a shit show. Are we prepared for a cyber-attack?The Secret of Playboy is bad news for Hugh Hefner. Good thing he's dead. Julia Fox interviews Ava Louise.Vanity Fair dropped the longest article possibly ever about the rise and fall of Jerry Falwell Jr.Kwame Kilpatrick wants to separate you from your money.The Righteous Gemstones has been renewed for a 3rd season.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
In this new podcast episode, TJ Hoisington had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Nate Zinsser, a leading expert on high performance. Dr. Zinsser is the author of "The Confident Mind" and is the Director of West Point's influential Performance-Psychology program. Additionally, Zinsser has coached world-class athletes, including a Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, numerous Olympic medalists, NHL All-Stars, and college All-Americans, teaching them to overcome pressure and succeed on the world's biggest stages. During our interview, we discuss all facets of developing unshakeable confidence. You'll learn the attributes of the confident mind, how to build confidence, how to protect it, and how to rely upon it when your performance matters most. Take charge of your confidence, and you'll take charge of your destiny. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/DkDZ-g2_8sk #confidence #mindset #motivation #leadership #coachingTips
The Olympics are a global event. They take years of planning, negotiation and convincing -- not to mention billions of dollars -- to stage. This is how the games are used by the United States and others around the world. This is what it takes to host, what the games do for a nation and what it means when you refuse to attend. Welcome to the Olympics. Our guests for this episode are Jules Boykoff, professor of government and politics at Pacific University and author of several books on the politics of the Olympics, and Nancy Qian, Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences at Northwestern University.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Conor Beebe is a 4x Illinois state champion and a 4x NCAA qualifier for Central Michigan University. After competing, Conor coached at Gardner Webb and Northwestern, before opening the Beebe Trained wrestling academy in Pinellas Park, Florida. Enjoy! (Photo: Northwestern University) * HAPPY HOUR We are hosting a happy hour this Friday (1/28) from 4-7 pm at The Vine in Coralville Iowa, right before Penn State wrestles Iowa. Enjoy free drinks, food and merch! We are co-hosting the Happy Hour with the great and powerful Stalemates. * PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBAT Registration is now open for the Spartan Combat Nationals. Compete for the coolest trophy in wrestling, April 8-10 in Jacksonville Florida. Register now! * FANS If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! * TEXT THE SHOW –Keyword: Wrestle –Number: 224-54 * FOLLOW the PODCAST Twitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My Life Facebook: Wrestling Changed My Life Website: wrestlingchangedmylife.com Shop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com *** ABOUT Presented by Spartan Combat, the Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features long-form interviews with amateur wrestlers - past and current - MMA fighters and titans of industry. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday, where host Ryan Warner talks college wrestling, Olympic wrestling and more with some of the biggest names in the sport. Wrestling Changed My Life also produces original audio documentaries including Slaying Saitiev, The Smiths and Gable the GOAT.
Pandemia author Alex Berenson joins C&B and drops a blockbuster: He believes the data shows that vaccination makes you more susceptible to Omicron, and if a new, more dangerous variant emerges, the world could be headed for disaster. Gordon Chang, author of The Coming Collapse of China and The Great U.S.-China Tech War, joins C&B to talk about how China's shutting down to stop covid, the Olympics, and China's role in Ukraine. Clay and Buck review the bombs dropped by Berenson. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com