This week on the world service we discussed Jadon Sancho's lack of impact at Man Utd, Barca's delusions, strikers in their 30's and the race to be Kerry manager and in this taster we have US Murph running scared, Lawrence Donegan's Twat Stat, and. Ken on rugby's demographic being a feature not a bug. Join for a fiver a month, with no minimum sign up, no contract, no ads just lots of independent journalism. Go to secondcaptains.com/join.
Today kicks off with an explosive allegation: a Manchester United fan believes the media are biased against his club. We delve into this scandal to see if there's anything to it. Jack Pitt-Brooke and Mark Critchley join us to talk about the weekend's football. Did Harry Kane deserve the criticism that came his way after the defeat to Chelsea? What's the latest in Pep Guardiola's feud with the City fans? And where are we with that Solskjaer/Lampard analogy... Plus there's Roy on Kane, Ronaldo's penalty appeal hat trick, Nagelsmann guff, trouble in Paris and Jimmy Greaves memories.
Ken gets triggered, then gets happy and comedy legend Bob Mortimer tells us the time his mum finally believed he had made the right choice in leaving the legal profession. Join the world service for a fiver a month at secondcaptains.com/join.
We are back for Season 2 of #TFRO - Talking Florida Rugby... Occasionally!Special thanks to our sponsor ROPER PLUMBING.We will be talking with FRU President, Kerri O'Malley about the FRU Special Meeting (sort of AGM) and the 2021-22 Season. Also: A word with our sponsor Brock Roper and Chase Schor Haskin, a Florida player recently drafted to the MLR.
Ahead of the 100th Test between the All Blacks and South Africa on September 25, legendary wing Sir Bryan Williams sits down to talk through his experiences and memories of facing the Springboks during his storied career.
Welcome to another episode of Post-Fades & Cheesesteaks! Remember to like, share and tell your friends! ------------------------- On this week's episode, Dakota and Tim recap a CHAOTIC Week 1 in the 2021 NFL Season! . . . Post-Fades and Cheesesteaks Social Media Channels: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pfandcs/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/PFandCS PODCAST ► Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Rdtzff... MERCH ► https://www.etsy.com/shop/DakotaHirst... *Hoodies, tee's, crewnecks, hats and more!!* This dynamic duo consists of two Philly boys, Tim and Dakota, and their opinions on sports! Each week we provide a new episode talking about sports; it could be the NFL, NBA, March Madness or even Rugby! Stay tuned for our thoughts on Sports news and rumors, player interviews, mock drafts, power rankings, stat analysis and more! *Our opinions are of our own research and observation and in no way does that correlate to our thoughts on each Professional Sports Teams and Organizations as a whole. This is all for fun and any player who makes their way onto an Professional Sports roster is already a great player regardless of what we say about them*
Firstly, we can't wait to launch our first NFT on Friday the 17th of September 2021 and we wouldn't have been able to get this across the line without the ongoing support of our community and the interest in the project so the thanks goes out to the Rugby Bricks community. This episode of the Rugby Bricks podcast is a bit different. The podcast strays away from its usual rugby theme and dives into the cryptocurrency and NFT world to get you excited for the release of our first Rugby Bricks Gold Rare Mid Cut NFT this Friday. The two brains of Rugby Bricks share their knowledge in the digital asset space and educate you on why it's important and how it will work. If you're into rugby and looking to understand the future of the space of how we see this working this podcast is just a glimpse. We dive into: How Rugby Bricks has created a strong fan and customer base by creating extra value in their products and overdelivering on the new project launches. The reason behind creating an NFT in the first place and how the artwork and production of the new launch came to fruition. Why the NFT space is taking over and how cryptocurrency will change the way we pay, trade and create value within the digital world in the future. Examples of the benefits of owning an NFT and what we can expect from large companies and how they will change the game using digital currency. This will be our first of its kind Rugby Bricks NFT giveaway. With every kicking tee purchased on Friday via our online store, only ten customers will be receiving one of these limited edition Rugby Bricks Gold Rare NFT's at random. The holder of this NFT will receive annually a Rugby Bricks Limited Edition Gift Pack that is not for purchase on any other platform. Watch our latest @rugbybricks YouTube Video titled - What Are NFT's and How Do They Work?
Squiz Kids is a free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short weekday podcast, created here in Australia, that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour. ‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent) This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them. LINKSWoolly mammoth: https://mymodernmet.com/lyuba-baby-woolly-mammoth/Moo-loos: https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/moo-loo-scientists-are-potty-training-cows-helps-to-save-planet-20210914-p58rig.htmlTurbo chooks in action: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-13/tasmanian-native-hens-thriving-despite-odds/100429844 Squiz Kids Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/squizkids/?hl=enGot a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Send us an email at email@example.comSquiz Kids is proudly supported by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tamara Van Leeuwen is a former dancer, restaurateur, and economist who found her way into rugby. Though born in the Netherlands, she has lived in Curaçao almost all her life. She became the president of the rugby federation in 2019 and has been grinding away since. She talks to us about the state of rugby in Curaçao, how she has found a strong passion for the rugby community on the island, the trials that they have faced getting to where they are, and what the future holds for them. Sponsored by: Rugby Outlet Mall 20% off all GiftTime Rugby and HBCU Rugby Classic merch with promo code, 'GREAUX RUGBY' Singapore To Tokyo: Anyway We Can Follow the journey of two men who bike ride through Southeast Asia on their way to the 2019 Rugby World Cup Green Geeks Get access to one of the best and eco-friendly web hosting platforms in the world. You can create your own e-commerce store, websites, and more with ease. Don't allow yourself to only be at the mercy of social media. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gifttimerugby/support
Ireland Forwards coach Paul O'Connell joined Ger Gilroy on Tuesday's #OTBAM for an extended interview. He talks about the development of nutrition in rugby, learning how to coach and to introduce new skills to players, and the power and maintenance of a strong, unique rugby culture. Aldi has partnered with the IRFU to launch a new cookbook in support of Barnardos. The cookbook called ‘Home' is now available in stores nationwide for just €11.99 and features 72 delicious, family friendly recipes created especially for Aldi customers by Maurice McGeehan, Performance Coach at the IRFU. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
Our guest for this episode is Tracy Chalk, Chief Marketing Officer at The University of Newcastle, Australia. Hear about the three campaigns that earned the university one Gold Award, three Silver Awards and one Bronze Award in the 2021 Circle of Excellence Awards. Tracy shares how these campaigns utilised storytelling to connect with their future students, alumni, and the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander communities, as well as how the university intends to support the advancement of Indigenous education and culture.
Défaits pour leurs deux premières rencontres de la saison, Clermont et La Rochelle s'affrontent ce samedi. Un match qui verra s'affronter l'entraîneur néo-zélandais, qui a quitté La Rochelle, et son ancien élève irlandais, promu à son poste : pour quel résultat ? C'est une entame de championnat dont les deux derniers finalistes vaincus du Top 14, à chaque fois battus par le Stade Toulousain, se seraient bien passés. La Rochelle est tombée face au même Toulouse puis au Racing 92 tandis que Clermont s'est pris les pieds dans le tapis à Lyon puis face à Castres à domicile : comment expliquer ces débuts difficiles des deux côtés ? De chaque côté, les effectifs n'ont pas beaucoup évolué et les changements sont surtout à observer du côté du banc. Jono Gibbes a succédé à Franck Azema à la tête de l'ASM, laissant le navire rochelais à Ronan O'Gara. Les deux hommes s'admirent et se respectent. Alors qu'attendre de ces retrouvailles où la victoire sera primordiale ? Quel est leur projet à la tête des deux clubs ? Animé par Clément Dossin, avec Aurélien Bouisset, Adrien Corée et Yann Sternis. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.
Tyrone are the All-Ireland football champions... so why is everyone still banging on about Mayo? We bang on about Mayo for a little while, before Oisin McConville and Paul Flynn make sure to give Tyrone their due for their skill-level, their finals mentality, and their opportunism. But why does this keep happening? There were tactical, technical and psychological flaws shown up on Saturday, and we delve deep into them all. Elsewhere there was a magnificent Galway surge to win the All-Ireland camogie title, we heard some serious GAA fast talkers, and we salute Britain's first billion-pound athlete.
Ken pitches a concept for new Premier League branding. The "mercury effect lion wearing a crown" is a non-symbol, it doesn't transmit anything. It's time for a new logo that encapsulates the league's rugged values. We also talk about Ronaldo's return and mass hysteria as the Kathryn Mayorga case hovers above.
Phil turns host and Duffs turns up late to chat all things RockIt Rugby app...1. What's the benefits for coach, player and parent?2. How can more kids know more of their times tables?Enjoy!
Join the guys this week as they meditate on the latest in chaos rugby philosophy, "When Am knocks it on, Rugby Australia will collapse by 2027." Adam tries his best to try and have the guys discuss other related topics. It's a battle that he ultimately wins. Music by @monstroid, 80s TV Show.
In this episode we give you our general thoughts on the first week of the NRL Finals series. Who impressed us, who didn't, what we thought of the quality of games and a little look at the second week as well! Follow the boys on Twitter at AndrewRLP and LeagueFreak Visit The Rugby League Project for all your Rugby League statistics and The Official Website Of The Glorious League Freak for all your Rugby League news and opinions. Support the boys on Patreon at Rugby League Project Patreon and the League Freak Patreon! Visit Rugby League Podcasting Network and NRL Rumours as well as NRL Breaking News Last but not least visit the official podcast website at FergoandTheFreak.com #RugbyLeague #NRL #RFL #SuperLeague #NSW #QLD #Sport #Rugby #IntRL #RugbyWorldCup #StateOfOrigin #Origin #RLWC #Podcast #LiveSport #GreatAustralianPodcasts #NRLPodcast #SuperLeaguePodcast #RugbyPodcast #SportPodcast #RugbyLeaguePodcast #History #RugbyHistory #InternationalRL #RLWC9s #RedV #ThunderAndLightning #NRLGrandFinal
According to Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have signed OT Jordan Mailata to a 4-year, $64 million extension that could be worth up to $80 million and includes $40.85 million guaranteed. A 24-year old former Rugby player in Australia, Mailata has earned a huge payday after just 15 games in the NFL. #Eagles #EaglesNews #JordanMailata #NFLNews Philly Take with RB Merch Store: https://philly-take-with-rb.creator-spring.com/ Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
Kala wants to know why we say soccer in the United States, when the rest of the world calls the game "football." In this episode we hear from people who make their living in the game: professional players, coaches and commentators. Download our learning guides: PDF | Google Slide | Transcript “Why is soccer called 'soccer,' instead of being called 'football?'” - Kala, Colchester, Vt. "It's an interesting question because so many people around the world play the game of football," said David Saward, now-retired men's coach at Middlebury College. "What happened with the words soccer and football goes back to the 1800s when the game was developed. There were two groups of people in Britain who got together to set the rules of two different games, one that was known as rugby football, and another that was known as association football. From those two first words: 'rugby' and 'association,' came two very separate games. Rugby was abbreviated to the word 'rugger.' And out of the word 'association' came 'soccer.' That's the root of where the two differences came." So although these days you probably won't hear many Brits calling the sport "soccer," the word actually originated there. Americans brought the nickname to the US, and as the sport became popular, soccer stuck. "When you look around the world," says Coach Saward, "there are all sorts of different forms of football: American football, Australian rules football, Gaelic football, rugby football and association football. I think for the clarity of everyone over here when we say the word football, we think of people running around with helmets and pads on; so soccer is a very clear distinction."
This week's guest isn't afraid to do things a little differently! Meet Danielle Evans. Danielle is smashing stereotypes in the world of both pageantry and rugby. She was crowned Miss Brighton 2021 earlier this year, and NEXT WEEK she will compete for the title of Miss Great Britain!
Squidge (@SquidgeRugby) and Will (@will_owen9) have reached the final leg of the 2009 Lions tour, as the Lions are triumphant in the "dead rubber" third test. Amongst all the madness, they talk Rugby 04, cats, scrabble, crisps and Ross Ford's Tinder bio.Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, remixed by our very own Will Owen.We'll be back soon with the Rugby World Cup 1987 Retrospective! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sunday marks the fortieth anniversary of the notorious 'flour-bomb' incident at Eden Park, when violence erupted outside the ground where the third and deciding rugby test between the All Blacks and the Springboks was being played on 12th September 1981. Lynn speaks with Dr Sebastian Potgieter, a Teaching Fellow at the University of Otago's School of Physical Education Sports and Exercise Sciences. Sebastian is a South African who moved to Dunedin to research a PhD on the Springboks tour, after researching the tour for his Masters back in South Africa. He's a rugby player himself. In fact, he arrived in Dunedin on a Wednesday and on the Friday was playing his first game for Dunedin's Alhambra Union Rugby Club. So far Sebastian's research indicates interpretation of historical events may shift in accordance with a desire to impose meaning on the past.
The All Blacks fly from Perth to the Gold Coast today and continue their Rugby Championship campaign against Argentina on Sunday. The big question is, can Los Pumas cause another upset in Australia. Last year in Sydney, Argentina stunned the All Blacks 25-15 to claim their first ever win over the New Zealanders. Rugby reporter Joe Porter has more.
Hypertrophy training is seen as the be all and end all of a lot of folks' training, but why do rugby players benefit from gaining muscle?There's some obvious reasons, some not so obvious reasons and an overlying concept that you need to understand if you want the best out of yourself and your training!More on Rugby Muscle PLAYLIST: HOW TO GAIN MUSCLE FOR RUGBYTeam Rugby MuscleInstagramYouTubeWebsite with ArticlesSupport the show (http://rugby-muscle.com)
Today's show is with Gavin MacMillan, sports performance coach and founder of Sport Science Lab. Growing up in Toronto Canada, he participated in 7 high school sports, and received a tennis scholarship from San Jose State University. In 2001 Gavin founded Sport Science Lab where he has experienced a great deal of success training athletes and teams at every level in multiple sports. I've personally had a mixed relationship with barbells in the course of my own athletic career. I've had positive (squatting sub-maximally 1x a week being a staple in my best athletic year), but also several negative experiences, one of which was my surprise at age 20, I had spent fall of work increasing my best clean from 225 to 245lb, yet high jumped only 6'1” the first two meets of the year (my PR from high school being 6'8”). In my first few years as a college track coach, I learned quickly that an athlete who learns to lift barbells better is not necessarily a faster athlete. When I was 21, I stumbled across a book called “Pro-Bod-X” by Marv Marinovich and Edyth Hues. The training methods within were like nothing I'd ever seen, incorporating a lot of unstable surfaces, and they didn't use heavy weights. Doing the workouts for just over a month, I was pleasantly surprised by just how easily I was moving and jumping in my pickup basketball games. Gavin MacMillan does not use barbells in his training program, and yet gets incredible results on the level of building speed, reactivity, jumping ability, and tremendous resistance to injury. He has a strong use of balance and proprioception based movements in his training program. Regardless of where you stand in closeness traditional weightlifting/lifting maxes as a form of progress in a program, you will be a better coach by understanding Gavin's approach to training athletes, as well as his own experiences as an athlete that led him there. On the show today, Gavin shares his background as an athlete, his results using a non-barbell based training program, concepts on force-production training without using barbells, foot training, and the role of athletic balance training that can be merged with resistance training means for big improvements in reactive outputs. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to www.lostempireherbs.com/justfly View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points 6:15 – Gavin's athletic background (which included ballet and figure skating), and how he got into sports performance coaching 12:30 – Gavin's experience with traditional barbell weight training, and how he ended up going away from these methods in his own training, and with athletes he worked with 21:15 – Taking a step away from traditional barbell training, and how Gavin was able to transform the injury-reduction factor of a professional Rugby team, setting the record for the fewest player minutes lost 29:15 – Gavin's answer to the question on, how to train an athlete who needs to get generally bigger and stronger, without using traditional barbell methods 33:00 – Gavin's thoughts on how to train strength and force for people who don't have access to advanced training machines 46:30 – Talking on what one sport might be able to offer another from an explosive perspective, such as the impact of figure skating in Gavin's upbringing 52:00 – Elements of a fast transition to the ball of the foot 54:00 – How squatting with a foot on a balance disc fundamentally changes the exercise adaptation, soreness, and athleticism 1:04.15 – The various surfaces that Gavin uses with his athletes, that optimizes their interaction between the foot and the ground 1:10.30 – How Gavin uses isometrics to produce high rates of force development, without generating large amounts of muscle soreness 1:20.30 – Ideas on the rhythm of moving a load in training
Originaire de Marvejols, en Lozère, Joël est d'abord attiré par le foot, et découvre le rugby un peu plus tard avec ses copains du village. Il intègre plus tard le sport étude d'Issoire puis le club de Béziers en Crabos, et y gravit les échelons jusqu'à faire son premier match de Top 16 à 20 ans, lors d'un derby contre le rival Narbonnais. Après la descente du club en Pro D2, il y passe 3 saisons, s'aguerrissant et prenant de l'épaisseur dans l'effectif. Alors convoité par des clubs de l'élite, il s'engage en 2008 avec l'US Dax ou il passera 1 saison. S'en suit un passage à Montauban, marqué par la double rétrogradation administrative du club, laissant ce dernier en Fédérale et contraignant les joueurs à trouver un point de chute en urgence. C'est ainsi que mon invité signe à Carcassonne, sans se douter qu'il en deviendrait plus d'une décennie plus tard une figure emblématique. Infatigable guerrier, Joël a pris sa retraite de joueur après 17 saisons de rugby pro. En pleine phase transitoire et habile de ses mains, il compte lancer son entreprise dans l'aménagement extérieur. Alors qu'il est plutôt réservé, j'ai adoré échanger avec Joël. Son état d'esprit est d'autant plus remarquable qu'il a pris le parti de décliner des offres, parfois très alléchantes sportivement et mais aussi< financièrement, pour préserver l'équilibre et le bien-être des siens.
A proposed 12-a-side rugby competition has been described as a lucrative new frontier by some - but critics say it's a pipe dream that will never work. The quickfire franchise style tournament - touted by a European consortium to begin next year - has been compared to cricket's IPL, with the world's elite players earning big bucks in a small window that sits separate to the World Rugby calendar. Its proponents say the men's and women's events could generate $500 million in revenue. One person convinced it will never take off is former New Zealand Rugby chief executive David Moffett.
So far on the World Service this week, we've had one hell of an All Ireland final preview with Paul Flynn and Oisin McConville, we've basked in the warm glow of the Bazunu and Omobamidele Show, and, most importantly, we've seen Murph and Ken let bygones be bygones and hug it out. Sign up to the World Service now for just €5 + VAT a month for independent, member-led broadcasting with a minimum of inter-presenter beef at secondcaptains.com/join
Welcome to another episode of Post-Fades & Cheesesteaks! Remember to like, share and tell your friends! ------------------------- On this week's episode, Dakota and Nick breakdown each division and pick the winners, along with their playoff predictions and award winners for the 2021 NFL SEASON! . . . Post-Fades and Cheesesteaks Social Media Channels: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pfandcs/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/PFandCS PODCAST ► Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Rdtzff... MERCH ► https://www.etsy.com/shop/DakotaHirst... *Hoodies, tee's, crewnecks, hats and more!!* This dynamic duo consists of two Philly boys, Tim and Dakota, and their opinions on sports! Each week we provide a new episode talking about sports; it could be the NFL, NBA, March Madness or even Rugby! Stay tuned for our thoughts on Sports news and rumors, player interviews, mock drafts, power rankings, stat analysis and more! *Our opinions are of our own research and observation and in no way does that correlate to our thoughts on each Professional Sports Teams and Organizations as a whole. This is all for fun and any player who makes their way onto an Professional Sports roster is already a great player regardless of what we say about them*
Love triathlon? Love rugby? Love Wales? Then this episode is for you! Former Wales international Shane Williams talks about his journey from being one of the best wings in the world, to being a multiple Ironman finisher. The 5ft7 wing who was International Player of the Year in 2008, won 87 caps for Wales and made multiple appearances for the British and Irish Lions. Since retiring, he has turned his hand to endurance sports and has been a regular at Ironman Wales. You'll hear: 06:30 The trigger for getting into triathlon 09:00 His first Ironman Wales 'At times, I absolutely hated it, but at times I absolutely loved it. From start to finish I was absolutely petrified.' 12:30 How he got the likes of Ian Gough and Ryan Jones involved. 15:00 The difference between the physical pain of playing rugby and doing a triathlon 18:00 Dark places on the rugby pitch Vs dark places in a race 25:10 Which rugby player would he most like to race against in a triathlon and who would be in his ideal triathlon relay from the rugby world? 36:00 How his nutrition differs between when he was a rugby player and now he is training for a triathlon. If anything I pay more attention to my diet now than I did as a professional rugby player. I was told what to eat and when to eat it and I would usually go up for seconds. Does he miss his rugby body? I probably don't. I'm still quite muscly, but my body has changed completely. My body fat is lower than when I was playing. I probably look better now than I did when I was playing rugby, I feel lighter, I'm lighter on my feet. I look completely different and I see pictures of me and I'm probably healthier now then when I was then. 41:44 What tips would he have for anyone doing Ironman Wales. 'The more training you put in, the easier Ironman Wales is and the more you enjoy it on the day. Left no stone unturned in your training and then you will enjoy the day. In 2015 I didn't appreciate how tough it would be and it spat me out. For long periods of that day, I hated it. ' 43:00 Whether he'll be getting his https://fabfourcoffee.com/ (FabFour coffee) founders involved and why he started his own sportswear brand, https://www.agilissport.com/ (Agilis). Also this week: 52:30 Laura Siddall's audio diary from her time as a reserve guide for the British Paratriathlon team at the Tokyo Paralympics, featuring fellow reserve guide Tim Don and bronze medallist Claire Cashmore. Find out more about this week's guests Shane Williams https://www.instagram.com/shanemwilliams/?hl=en (Instagram) Shane's https://fabfourcoffee.com/ (FabFour coffee) and new sportswear brand, https://www.agilissport.com/ (Agilis). Laura Siddall https://www.instagram.com/lmsid/ (Instagram) Resilient Nutrition's Meet the nutter: https://www.instagram.com/1dayadventurer/?hl=en (Jay Worthy) Like what you heard? Let me know! Connect with Inside Tri Show across Social Media, just search Inside Tri Show or click on the icons below https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (GET YOUR HANDS ON AN EXCLUSIVE EPISODE!) Sign up to be a vino buddy or a training buddy on Patreon and get your hands on the latest patrons-only exclusive episode, a brilliant behind the scenes audio diary of my recent Lands End-John O'Groats cycling adventure that you won't hear elsewhere. You can still support me and support the show by clicking https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (here) to buy me a coffee every so often by https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (becoming a Patron of the Inside Tri Show). Sponsors of the show https://resilientnutrition.com/discount/insidetri10 (Long Range Fuel) are phenomenally tasty nut butters from Resilient Nutrition, enhanced by cutting edge science, to boost your stamina, keep you calm and alert and bolster your resilience. Get 10% off by using the code insidetri10 or go direct https://resilientnutrition.com/discount/insidetri10 (via this link). Supporters... Support this podcast
Brandon Davis is a native of Dallas, Texas. He's been playing rugby for 4 years, but he's been a high-level athlete for years. He talks about his origins, how rugby impacted the perspective of his life, and just how he's been able to work rugby into fitting with his personality and vision. Sponsored by: Rugby Outlet Mall 20% off all GiftTime Rugby and HBCU Rugby Classic merch with promo code, 'GREAUXRUGBY' Singapore To Tokyo: Anyway We Can Follow the journey of two men who bike ride through Southeast Asia on their way to the 2019 Rugby World Cup Green Geeks Get access to one of the best and eco-friendly web hosting platforms in the world. You can create your own e-commerce store, websites, and more with ease. Don't allow yourself to only be at the mercy of social media. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gifttimerugby/support
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The Auckland rugby teams have been benched, as domestic and community rugby games are set to resume around the country. The Bunnings NPC, Farah Palmer Cup and Heartland Championship will kick off again from Friday next week. But left on the sidelines are the Auckland, North Harbour and Counties Manukau teams who will have to stay within the Covid-19 level 4 lockdown border zone. North Harbour Rugby men's coach Daniel Halangahu has told Checkpoint NZ Rugby is talking to the government to try get an exemption for Auckland region rugby teams to play in tournaments outside of the region in level 4 lockdown. “The government's got a process they go through. We're not going to hold our breath at this end.” He said his players would go if they could get an exemption. He said player welfare is the priority, second to that is actually getting rugby games going again.
It was a classic All-Ireland women's football final in Croke Park yesterday, which saw Meath stun the four-in-a-row champions Dublin in a major shock. It was however no shock to seasoned watchers and admirers of Meathness - Murph gives us a run-down on just what makes the Royallers tick. Leona Maguire is the first Irishwoman to play in the Solheim Cup, but she wasn't content to get there - ever since the competition began on Saturday morning, she's been a revelation. Her singles match this evening could be pivotal, and with Katie Taylor winning on Saturday evening as well, it was a very, very good week to be an Irish sportswoman.
Vainqueur à La Rochelle pour son premier match de la saison, le Stade Toulousain a impressionné et pris un ascendant psychologique sur son principal concurrent. Mais y en aura-t-il vraiment cette saison ? Après un doublé Top 14-Coupe d'Europe qui les plaçait au sommet du rugby, les Toulousains ont repris leurs bonnes habitudes. La Rochelle en a fait les frais en ouverture de la saison, défaite 20-16 à la maison, terrassée par un exploit individuel de Romain Ntamack en fin de rencontre. Comment les coéquipiers du jeune ouvreur international ont-ils préparé leur saison ? Pour ce premier épisode de la saison 5 de Crunch, la rédaction rugby de L'Équipe fait un tour d'horizon du projet du « Stade ». Le staff d'Ugo Mola envisage notamment d'améliorer encore la qualité du jeu proposé et le départ de Cheslin Kolbe à Toulon semble être un écueil déjà oublié. Y a-t-il des pièges à éviter ? Le club est-il le favori inévitable de cette saison ? Animé par Clément Dossin, avec Alex Bardot, Adrien Corée et Maxime Raulin. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.
Ireland were behind to Azerbaijan with 4 minutes to go at home to Azerbaijan. A Shane Duffy equaliser spared Ireland's blushes somewhat, but some people have run out of patience. Richie Sadlier and Damien Delaney join us on the show today to discuss just how quickly we can expect an upturn in results on the pitch, how much responsibility Stephen Kenny bears, and what we can expect from Serbia tomorrow night. Fault-lines within the Second Captains team also reveal themselves, as Murph accuses Ken of attempting to gaslight the nation.
Dave Scott is a true inspiration! Who learns how to play rugby at age 45??? Dave is a rugby player, coach, mentor, strength and fitness geek, mechanic, gardener, learner, and sometimes teacher! He has been a small business owner for over 20 years. He has been married for over three decades and has five adult sons! Dave uses his free to time help others along the way. His personal focus is especially on helping men - young and old - to aim toward personal, relational, and spiritual health. He has a tremendous and very useful blog which is where we got connected. You can also find him on Twitter at that same handle, @davidscottsblog. We are so grateful for Dave and his willingness to share his story and speak his truths!Find David at-https://davidscotts.blog/TW- @davidscottsblogSpecial love to-Dr. Phil Maffetone and his MAF Heart Rate Zone Training!
Welcome to another episode of Post-Fades & Cheesesteaks! Remember to like, share and tell your friends! ------------------------- On this week's episode, we finish our Top 10 NFL Position Episodes! Tim and Dakota breakdown the Top 10 Safeties for the 2021 season! . . . Post-Fades and Cheesesteaks Social Media Channels: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pfandcs/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/PFandCS PODCAST ► Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0Rdtzff... MERCH ► https://www.etsy.com/shop/DakotaHirst... *Hoodies, tee's, crewnecks, hats and more!!* This dynamic duo consists of two Philly boys, Tim and Dakota, and their opinions on sports! Each week we provide a new episode talking about sports; it could be the NFL, NBA, March Madness or even Rugby! Stay tuned for our thoughts on Sports news and rumors, player interviews, mock drafts, power rankings, stat analysis and more! *Our opinions are of our own research and observation and in no way does that correlate to our thoughts on each Professional Sports Teams and Organizations as a whole. This is all for fun and any player who makes their way onto an Professional Sports roster is already a great player regardless of what we say about them*
Carly Waters recently signed with Saracen's Women's in North London, and brings an exciting, tempo based skill set across the pond from her time playing in the states. She spent the last decade honing her skills here in the states, and has excelled through the ranks of Women's Rugby in the USA. Waters doesn't just do her job, she does it right and she raises the level of play around her. Both on and off the field, she continually coaches, mentors and most importantly backs her teammates. After grinding through a tough season commuting through America's most notorious turnpike (The New Jersey Turnpike), she got the call from Rob Cain and Kate Daley. and was invited to participate in a USA Eagle camp. She seized her opportunity, grinded through some brutal fitness and was eventually was selected for her first cap (above, against the Black Ferns, in Soldier Field).... in sheer shock she responded ..."Are You Sure?"
Big Lou is BACK! Big Lou welcomes to The Sports Lounge Kevin Battle, Director of Rugby Operations + Team Manager of the MLR (Major League Rugby) National Champions! KEVIN BATTLE, DIRECTOR OF RUGBY OPERATIONS, TEAM MANAGER Kevin Battle brings on board two decades of vast experience across just about every level of American rugby. In his first season, he guided the Giltinis to a Major League Rugby title as a high-caliber rugby operations expert and team manager, wherein 2022 will focus his energy and passion towards the next generation of LA Rugby players as Director of Youth, Development, and Community Rugby. Battle was team manager for the USA Eagles at the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cups and is a strong investment in Californian rugby intellect. He has been running the Santa Barbara Rugby Academy since 2009 and joining the progressive MLR ranks follows his assistant coach role with the Sacramento Express in the single-season of PRO Rugby in 2016. A former fullback-winger with Santa Barbara, his myriad coaching, managerial and administrative posts have included, since 2012, the role of Commissioner at USA Rugby, College D1-A. www.giltinis.com IG: @giltinis Facebook: www.facebook.com/giltinis
Entouré de toute sa bande, Vincent Moscato offre tous les jours des moments de franche rigolade en traitant l'actualité sportive sous l'angle de la dérision ! Cette année, le « Super Moscato Show », c'est 3 heures : de 15h à 18h ! Plus de sports, plus de débats, plus d'infos, et surtout encore plus de rires ! RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
In 1906 Saint Louis University (eventually named the Billikens) completed the first official forward pass in college football history. Everyone else was playing checkers (Rugby style football to be exact) and SLU's head coach Eddie Cochems was playing Chess. Today's episode is all about the offense, and how it has cycled over the years. From the “Rugby” beginnings, the Split-T of the 50s, the Wishbone of the 70s-90s and into the Air Raid era. We will look at how each of these offenses, and a few others, were phased in and phased out, and where they're still useful today.
Victoria Gill talks to Professor Damian Bailey who's leading research at the University of South Wales into the potential risks to brain health in contact sports players, from impacts to the head and body sustained during play. His latest study found that over the course of a 31 game season, the brains of members of a professional rugby union team underwent measurable changes, particularly the forward players who sustained most tackles, knocks and falls. The findings may help to identify why professional players of some contact sports are at an increased risk of dementia later in life. Also in the programme: How food waste may help with the development of a more sustainable generation of batteries, with Imperial College chemist Magda Titirici. Professor Titirici was awarded this year's Kavli Medal by the Royal Society for her research on new sustainable energy materials. The bones of people who died in 79 AD during the eruption of Vesuvius have revealed in extraordinary detail what the citizens of Herculaneum ate, and how the diets of men differed from those of women in the town. With bioarchaeologist Oliver Craig of the University of York. How the babbling of baby bats is comparable to babbling in human babies. Both are about learning the skills of communication, according to zoologist Ahana Fernandez of the Museum of Natural History in Berlin.
The main event on the World Service so far this week was Ireland's visit to Faro to play Portugal where a record-chasing Ronaldo lay in wait. Today, we've been grieving the loss of something that was very nearly beautiful, with the help of Richie Sadlier. Sign up to the World Service for independent, member-led, ad-free broadcasting now for just €5 + VAT a month at secondcaptains.com/join
Wayne Smith is a New Zealand rugby union coach and former player, currently the Director of Rugby for the Japanese Top League club, the Kobelco Steelers. Smith's first significant coaching role was for the Crusaders in the 1997 season and went on to win back to back titles in 1998 and 1999, before being appointed the head coach of the All Blacks in 2000. Smith is regarded as one of the greatest rugby coaches in history. Nicknamed “The Professor”, Smith is considered to be the All Blacks tactical genius who helped engineer two Rugby World Cup victories in 2011 and 2015. He is one of two coaches to win back to back Rugby World Cups. Along with the Crusader's championships, he also helped the Chiefs secure their first Super Rugby title in 2012 and then went back to back again in 2013. Smith has had one of the most decorated careers of any coach and in this episode of the podcast, we learn what it takes to create the results he has. We dive into: How Smith handled the public pressure of being an All Blacks coach and dealing with adversity when things didn't go his way. The importance of speaking your mind in a close coaching unity, even though the other coaches opinions may differ from your own. How Sonny Bill Williams changed the game with his offloading ability and how Smith added his skillset into the strike moves. The importance of having high-quality game sense and thinking on your feet instinctively when on the counter-attack and in high-stakes moments. How Smith approaches each team he's involved in with a different mindset and culture, as each franchise will vary in its values, ethos and strategy. From grassroots rugby to the All Blacks, this episode has it all. If you are a player, coach or supporter, this podcast is for you. It gives insights and secrets into the All Blacks camp and how they prepare. We take a look at being creative with new innovative tactics on the field and not shying away from strategies that haven't been done or seen. Please enjoy this in-depth and enlightening episode with none other than Wayne Smith.
Another dramatic weekend of GAA action will be picked apart in full by Oisin McConville and Paul Flynn tomorrow - they did see this Tyrone ambush coming on Saturday afternoon, they just didn't foresee Kerry not foreseeing it. With Sean Cavanagh and Pat Spillane clashing on live telly, the call has come again to move away from having analysts from the counties involved on broadcasts... we are not so sure that's a good idea. Meath are the All-Ireland minor champions for the first time in 29 years, and Nicole Turner won silver at the Paralympics this morning - before charming the nation with a post-match interview for the ages.
He's back baby and the global Manchester United family is celebrating harder than ever. But if United signing a 36 year old Ronaldo and making him the best paid player in the league is obviously such a good idea, why did they wait until Man City seemed about to close the deal before making their move? Laurie Whitwell joins us to analyse the makings and implications of the mega deal. Will Greenwood improve under CR7, how does Bruno feel about this, is it a football signing, how did Fergie influence things and can he do a Tom Brady and play into his 40's? We also talk about Messi's PSG pro-am, Rio the matchmaker, Roy's selfies, Chelsea's band of brothers, Thiago Time, Arsenal's bad marriage and patronising Pep.