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Lori King is a working mom of two who recovered from both an eating disorder and Guillain-Barre syndrome and manages to conquer some of the world's most intimidating ocean swims. The award-winning marathon swimmer's many accomplishments include the Catalina channel swim (20 mi), the Manhattan Island swim (28.5 mi, the 8 Bridges Hudson River Staged Swim (7 days, 8 bridges, 120 miles), Capri-Napoli, Ibiza Marathon swim, and Kalamata, Greece. In 2016, the Long Island mother of two became the first woman (and second person) to successfully swim the 36.5 miles around the island of Bermuda in just over 21 hours.This past June Lori swam the Ka'iwi channel (the Channel of Bones), one of the hardest channels in the world to complete due to its rough conditions and active sea life. And in August 2022 she swam from Block Island, RI to Montauk, NY, a challenge that's been called the “local Everest of swimming.” Connect with LoriWebsiteInstagramIn this episode, we discussGrowing up as a swimmer and the performance anxiety that cropped up during adolescenceThe comment from a doctor that served as a catalyst for Lori's eating disorderHow she got into eating disorder recovery Her Guillain-Barre diagnosis and how her body has changed since the diagnosis Why she does open water marathon swims and how her crew motivates herHow she trains for a marathon swim Cold water acclimation Her recent swim from Block Island, RI to Montauk, NYWhy she worries more about jellyfish than shark during ocean swimsLinks/ResourcesEight Bridges Hudson River Stage Swim New York Times story on Lori King's swim from Block Island to Montauk Why We Swim by Bonnie Tsui PRP injections (efficacy study)Bonnie Schwartz, swim coachLori's Swimpedia pageGuillain-Barre Syndrome
The issue of migration across the Mediterranean is told in a new Netflix movie "The Swimmers" which is premiering at top film festivals. It tells of Syrian sisters who risked drowning in the Aegean Sea - and how one then went on to participate in the Olympic Games. It aims to portray the Syrian refugee in a different light to that often reflected in the media.
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Top 5 News Headlines and Commentary for Thursday, September 29, 2022. 1. Hurricane Ian Strikes Florida. 2. Gavin Newsom Signs Radical Abortion Legislation. 3. Motion to Rescind Fails, Wisconsin School District to Move Forward with Sex Ed for Kindergartners. 4. Female Swimmer Who Was Forced to Compete Against Lia Thomas Says UPenn Swimmers Thanked Her for Speaking Out. 5. Sen. Joni Ernst on DOD Report: China Is Exploiting U.S. Research Programs, Stealing Technology.
NOVEMBER 21th, 1998 - Action abounds at the beach, though Mitch's existential crisis provides no through-line! Cody & JD strip down some imperiled policemen and their fantasies take them away to a parade! Newmie struggles with his self-image! April & Lawyer Lifeguard Craig become an item, in secret! And as if that wasn't enough, Jessie learns to be a stunt woman from a creep in a jumpsuit! Beefy cops, stripped down to their black briefs, hauled out of the water by two of the most handsome lifeguards -- what more could you want!? This episode of Hot Red Shorts! - A Gay Watch of Baywatch is chockful of vignettes and some possible hints as to the future of Baywatch. Mitch finds himself adrift and his ennui threatens to pull the rest of the show along with him! Thank goodness JD & Cody are there to grin and nod and give us something to focus on! Follow - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Visit HotRedShorts.com for more information about this episode and the show!
Guest: Bruce Noble A fatal shark attack occurred in Plettenberg Bay on Sunday morning. Mike is joined by Bruce Noble, a local shark researcher that has been observing white sharks in the area since 2004.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's Back to School month, so Mark welcomes longtime friend (and lifeguard!) Kit Sheehan back on the podcast to go on a journey deep into the school pool. They discuss a movie they saw together in the theater 20 years ago, probably on opening night at the mall: the "classic" chlorinated psycho-sexual teen thriller SWIMFAN (aka SwimFan85, a better original title), which was released on September 6, 2002. The two wonder who is the bigger swimfan here as they rave about the wild twists and turns of this Fatal Attraction 2.0 starring dreamboat Jesse Bradford, scary Scientologist Erika Christensen, and wholesome WB star Shiri Appleby. Plus, hear from pal Gaius Bolling, another swimfan, who chimes in with his appreciation of this steamy and slippery tale.
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"It was also some of the darkest times that I've experienced because of burnout and resentment toward my sport...I was loving life at Ohio State and also hating every morning diving into the pool."Katie opens up about the burnout and unhealthy relationship with sport, food, and her body that led her into a career as a dietitian.
Welcome to Episode 15 of Fantasy Filmball with Matt & Dyl. Join two Oscar Enthusiasts as they break down the Academy Award race in terms of Fantasy Sports. On this episode, Matt gives a recap of his TIFF 2022 experience, and breaks down all the awards contenders he watched in terms of their prospects. So buckle in for a longer episode than normal, as we've got a lot to talk about. JOIN OUR DISCORD TO JOIN THE GAME OF FANTASY FILMBALL: https://discord.gg/ksKxr6QX 0:00 - 7:06 - Introduction/Most Anticipated Yet-to-Premiere Films 7:06 - 24:19 - Trailer Discussions (Babylon, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, Decision to Leave, The Fabelmans) 24:19 - 29:52 - TIFF People's Choice Award Results 29:52 - 38:53 - Thoughts on WOMEN TALKING 38:53 - 54:34 - Thoughts on the People's Choice Award Winner, THE FABELMANS 54:34 - 59:48 - Thoughts on THE SON 59:48 - 1:04:20 - Thoughts on EMPIRE OF LIGHT 1:04:20 - 1:11:50 - Thoughts on THE WHALE 1:11:50 - 1:15:02 - Thoughts on THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN 1:15:02 - 1:19:12 - Thoughts on GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY 1:19:12 - 1:25:48 - Thoughts on THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER 1:25:48 - 1:30:14 - Thoughts on the Venice Golden Lion Winner, ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED 1:30:14 - 1:34:50 - Thoughts on BROS 1:34:50 - 1:41:30 - Thoughts on ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT 1:41:30 - 1:43:25 - Thoughts on MY POLICEMAN 1:43:25 - 1:47:36 - Thoughts on THE INSPECTION 1:47:36 - 1:51:51 - Thoughts on WENDELL & WILD 1:51:51 - 1:55:15 - Thoughts on CORSAGE 1:55:15 - 1:57:43 - Thoughts on CHEVALIER 1:57:43 - 2:01:18 - Thoughts on CAUSEWAY 2:01:18 - 2:03:12 - Thoughts on the POWER OF THE DONKEY (EO) 2:03:12 - 2:05:21 - Thoughts on THE WONDER & THE GOOD NURSE 2:05:21 - 2:07:12 - Thoughts on DEVOTION 2:07:12 - 2:13:39 - Quick Thoughts on THE PEOPLE'S JOKER, I LIKE MOVIES, WEIRD: THE AL YANKOVIC STORY, THE SWIMMERS, SAINT OMER 2:13:39 - 2:28:22 - Matt's TIFF Awards & Nominations 2:28:22 - 2:32:31 - Conclusion
Andy Lopata talks to a remarkable woman in this week's Connected Leadership Podcast. Anna Wardley is an endurance swimmer, charity fund raiser and all round adventurer. She was voted 'Inspirational Woman of the Year' in 2013 and has a global list of swims she has completed including the English Channel and round the Isle of Wight. Anna stresses the importance of connections and the support of the people you have around you. A relatively late starter, her first cross channel attempt was in her thirties. Her success depends on meticulous planning, detailed research and a huge trusted team supporting her. She has always found the right people by using her international network and building a team using a combination of people, engaging with them, building confidence and trust. All which relate well to success in business. Anna describes the problem of impaired cognitive function for the long distance swimmer, giving great responsibility and decision making to the team for her wellbeing. Success is dependent on everyone in the team being clear what their role is. Anna calls on her inner strength to channel negative attitudes and uses them for motivation. In fascinating detail she explains how she eats from feeding nets and her preferred food when on a long swim.
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This week, my guest is music supervisor Lucy Bright. Lucy started out at Mute Records working with artists such as Nick Cave and Depeche Mode, before moving to Warner Classics for six years and then leaving to manage composer Michael Nyman. She joined the film and TV department of publisher Music Sales (now Wise Music) in 2008 and worked there for a decade. In 2020 she launched her own music publishing company, Bright Notion Music, signing the composers like Anne Nikitin, Jed Kurzel and Tamar-kali Brown. Lucy has supervised some of the most critically-acclaimed British films and TV shows in recent years including The Unloved, The Arbor, Slow West, Southcliffe, McMafia, This is England ‘90, Daphne, The Virtues, The Nest, Life After Life and BAFTA-winning short The Swimmer. Most recently, she has worked on two forthcoming films: Charlotte Wells' directorial debut AFTERSUN, which is showing at this year's London Film Festival and then coming to UK cinemas via MUBI on 18th November, and I can testify it has a truly phenomenal soundtrack and Todd Field's TÁR, set within the world of classical music in which Cate Blanchett plays the first female conductor of a German orchestra.It recently premiered to critical acclaim at the Venice Film Festival and is one of my most hotly anticipated films of the year. We spoke about how Lucy got her start in the music industry and then gradually discovered the role of music supervision, getting her first credit as a music supervisor on Samantha Morton's TV film THE UNLOVED, how she collaborates with directors and other HoDs to build a soundtrack, why certain songs cost more than others, how needle drops happen and what song she is particularly proud of clearing for use in a film…
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In today's episode, I wanted to talk about the five common mistakes I've seen from around 6,500 analysis videos I did over the years. Tune in now! 01:34 Breath Timing 02:56 Having The Cue Of Pulling To The Breath 04:30 Over Rotation 05:34 Rocking Side To Side 08:13 Recovery 10:37 Deep Catch 12:40 Head Position 15:43 Slightly Higher Position In The Water
This week, Aiden and Lea welcome on ISU Swimmer Andie Quirke to talk about her journey from New Zealand to Iowa State, her YouTube career, shoes, and anything in between before drafting the best songs to sing to in the car. Aiden and Lea close the show with a recap of Iowa State's week in volleyball, soccer, and cross country and also pick their Cyclones of the week.
You may have seen her on Tucker Carlson's show, or on stage with President Trump at CPAC. But Riley Gaines is the swimmer from The University of Kentucky that was forced to compete against a biological male, and share a locker room with him. All in the name of "Trans Rights." But Riley is standing up for female athletes and is not putting up with men competing with women.
Au programme de ce 76ème épisode de Netflixers, le podcast francophone dédié à Netflix et à la SVOD en général : 00:01:50 : Actus du secteur SVOD français et mondial. On revient sur les résultats financiers Q2 de Disney, les infos toutes fraiches sur le futur abonnement avec pub de Netflix, les expérimentations des formats de sortie, le lancement de Paramount+, la hausse du prix de Disney+ aux US, la nouvelle interface Amazon, les retraits du catalogue chez HBO Max mais aussi les renouvellements, annulations et renouvannulations du mois chez Netflix ainsi que notre sélection des meilleurs projets annoncés chez Netflix. 00:52:20 : Nos recommandations d'août : On y parle de Day shift, Woodstock '99, Inoubliable Ollie, Cap sur le Congrès, Wedding Season, Mo, House of the Dragon, Les Anneaux du pouvoir, Prey, La princesse. 01:30:00 : Les ajouts Netflix Originals du mois de septembre 2022. Notre sélection des ajouts Netflix Originals du mois prochain. Vous pouvez retrouver la liste complète mise à jour dans cet article : https://medium.com/@filmsdelover/tous-les-ajouts-netflix-originals-de-2022-sur-netflix-france-61ab1a1c4996 Pour vous les Netflixos : Le devoir du mois prochain choisi par Frédéric est "Avant, j'étais célèbre" / "I used to be famous" qui sera dispo le 16 septembre. N'hésitez pas à nous donner votre avis dessus en nous mentionnant sur Twitter @filmsdelover, ou sur le Discord de l'émission dont l'adresse est ci-dessous. Nous avons un Discord avec toutes les dernières infos sur Netflix, des conversations, des débats sur Netflix mais aussi sur les autres services SVOD dispos en France : https://discord.gg/N4Vmd5n (Merci Kris_Mery de l'administrer et de l'avoir créé et merci à tous ceux qui le font vivre chaque jour avec des infos, des recos etc.) Si vous avez envie de vous abonner ou de consulter la newsletter "Netflix & Chiffres", c'est ici que ça se passe : https://netflixandchiffres.substack.com/ Intermèdes audio :"The Swimmers", dispo cet hiver / "Day Shift", déjà dispo / "Blonde" dispo le 28 septembre. Intervenants : Damien (https://www.twitter.com/Damien_SRSLY) Présenté par Frédéric (https://www.twitter.com/filmsdelover). Bonus :J'ai eu une - 1!- demande pour remettre des choses sans intérêt en bas des notes de l'émission donc me revoilà. Vous avez bien fait d'attendre parce que c'est vraiment la section des notes de l'émission qui est la plus intéressante. Vous êtes prêts ? Voilà : l'oeil de l'autruche est plus gros que son cerveau. Emoji Cerveau qui explose Emoji Oeil plus gros qu'un cerveau Emoji autruche.
Seth Pepper (@sethpepper) is a 23x All-American and 2x National Champion swimmer from the University of Arizona who won Gold Medals at the World University Games and the Pan Pacific Championships.And he only started swimming at age 14. Though he fell inches short of fulfilling his dream to be an Olympian, he has used his athletic journey as a model and inspiration for countless athletes on the PGA Tour, NBA, WTA, MLB and at the collegiate level. Now working as a mental performance coach, Seth brings a unique perspective and understanding of high performance environments that have helped his clients excel at the highest levels of sport. In our conversation today, Jerry and John unpack Seth's journey, discuss whether obsession is a healthy or unhealthy thing, and explore Seth's unique ability to see failure and adversity as positive developments that lead to growth. You can connect with Seth at www.sethpepper.com or on social media @sethpepper. This week's podcast is brought to you by our friends at Sprocket Sports. Sprocket Sports is a new software platform for youth sports clubs. Yeah, there are a lot of these systems out there, but Sprocket provides the full enchilada. They give you all the cool front-end stuff to make your club look good– like websites and marketing tools – AND all the back-end transactions and services to run your business better so you can focus on what really matters – your players and your teams. Sprocket is built for those clubs looking to thrive, not just survive, in the competitive world of youth sports clubs. So if you've been looking for a true business partner – not just another app – check them out today at https://sprocketsports.me/CTG. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions
If you enjoyed this episode, consider joining our Patreon. Your support helps us keep the show running. Find out more at http://www.patreon.com/whyisthisgoodpodcast In this episode, we discuss “The Swimmer” by John Cheever. What can we learn from this fantastic story? What can we say about the point of view? How does Neddy's journey drive the […]
Cassie in Phoenix wants Gunner to razz her dad David who owns a pool service company. They go out to your place once a week, skim the pool, add the chemicals, all of that. Gunner is going to be calling David as one of his clients with a complaint of something that happened following his most recent weekly pool service.
Kansas Attorney General and Gubernatorial candidate Derek Schmidt and former Kentucky Swimmer and NCAA All-American Riley Green joined Pete Mundo to discuss fairness in women's sports!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe is a former professional swimmer who spent years training over 25 hours per week - a stressful, gruelling regime that made restorative sleep difficult.Working with leading Neuroscientists and Nutritionists, Joe developed Motion Nutrition's range of award-winning products.Today everything they do is designed to help you and your whole family sleep deeper, stress less and have more energy. In this episode we discuss the journey so far. What's working well and key learning moments. A big thank you to our sponsors:Rewind Shopify App. Back up your Shopify store because not doing so is absolute lunacy!As a listener of the show, you can claim a no strings attached free month with this link: https://rewind.com/ecommercegold/VIXXR Shopify Agency. https://www.vixxr.com/
Interview was done June 20, 2022! I love meeting new people willing to let me in and share their “lemon to lemonade” experience! This story is about Ryan who was a 16 year old athlete and was in a car accident that left her paralyzed. She had a life before the accident and she has a life after the accident. She went on to compete and has 8 records for paralyzed swimming! She learned that there were a lot of amazing things that happened in the midst of terrible times. Now she has a new perspective of what living means. Ryan coaches and teaches that when we embrace vulnerability we are at our strongest. What message do you get from this interview? Website: https://www.ryanraeharbuck.com Instagram: @ryanraeharbuck ABOUT the LemonAid Stand: Heidi started hosting the LemonAid Stand live radio talk show, over 20 years ago, in 1999! It all came about when Heidi was dealing with thoughts of suicide, inadequacy, and dealing with infertility. She realized as she reached out to others and heard their stories, she would be uplifted and inspired no matter what she was going through. So this podcast has old "Original" shows from that time period. It also has "New" shows that are currently being recorded with new guests. And it has "Update" shows where Heidi reached out to original radio show guests to find out how the past 20 years have been! Heidi is a motivational speaker and would love to speak at your event about how to elevate your happiness! Theme song written and recorded by Heidi's baby brother Shane! Do you know a story that needs to be shared? Contact Heidi! Email: HeidisLemonAidStand@gmail.com Website: https://www.heidislemonaidstand.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeidisLemonAidStand Mail: PO BOX 926, Orem, Utah 84059
In this episode I recap the Tour Championship, LIV Golf, preview the President's Cup and interview Nick Delfico.Meet Nick Delfico!Nick is a young golfer trying to make a career out of golf. He is working to become a competitive golfer and creating golf content on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube along the way!Nick is from New York and grew up as a competitive swimmer. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
This episode is the continuation from last week. I sit down and talk with Mark Allen about triathlon. How do we grow the sport? What is is favorite past gear blunder? Fun stuff to hear. Mark Allen @thetrilifestyle Raw Multisport Bixby Bicycles USA Triathlon Precision Fuel and Hydration discount code 20MTS
Sophie has spent the past 2 years trying to raise awareness of open water swimmers with disabilities in the hope that more people will become inclusive and accepting to people of all abilities. She has also spent the past year building a community of athletes with disabilities through her ADOWS Facebook group which now has over 600 people in it. Members include those with all sorts of disabilities from people with invisible conditions such as Fibromyalgia and brain injuries to those with visual impairments and amputees. There are also coaches, event organisers and carers in the group so that they can learn the best way to support and include those with disabilities within their work. Since starting the group Sophie has worked with The Henley Swim Company and The British Long Distance Swimming Association to help them improve accessibility at their events. Sophie grew up in Hastings and was an active, fully able-bodied swimmer but in 2011 she was involved in a cycling accident, which resulted in a long diagnostic process before finally being diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; one of the most painful conditions in the world in late 2012. Suddenly finding herself struggling to walk and in constant pain was tough. She struggled with being constantly exhausted and to put the cherry on the top; due to hypersensitivity she was unable to wear trousers or leave the house if it was windy because it was too painful for her. Triathlete to wheelchair user in under a year. It took several years of struggling with different medications, physiotherapy appointments, hospital stays and falling into a deep depression before she was sent onto a pain management programme. The course was intensive for 3 weeks but in total lasted a year and it was as a result of this course that Sophie rediscovered her love of the water. It wasn't an easy journey back into the water because anything on her legs hurt – including water! It was about 6 months before she could get in the local leisure centre pool and start swimming again but as soon as she did she knew it was where she was meant to be. Since then (2016) she has gone on to not only get back into open water swimming but has taken on some huge swims including The Great East Swim 1 mile (2016) and 5km (2019), The Thames Marathon Swim (2018), 10km in lake Tallyn in Wales (2019), the Swim England Open Water National Championships (2019) and finally, in September 2021 Two Way Windermere, which she completed in 16 hours and 41 minutes! New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out. To support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Sign up as a Patron - www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show Notes Who is Sophie Growing up in Hastings How she got into swimming Doing her first 5k at the age of 11 Being disqualified from her first swimming gala Playing music in an orchestra Wanting to be a sports physiotherapist Choosing between music and sports or physical education Being diagnosed with epilepsy as a child Playing clarinet and piano as her way to relax Studying music at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge Going to university and swimming at the same time Joining a local triathlon club Before and after the accident Being diagnosed with Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) Being on her own while in the middle of her degree From being active to absolutely nothing Feeling all her plans are out of reach Being away from her family Experiencing bullying at university Feeling lost for about five years Being put on a pain management program at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge Getting back into the water and tolerating the pain Falling in love with swimming again Wanting to be a swimming coach again Getting her level two open water coaching qualification Getting help from Straight Line Swimming run by Keri-anne Payne Feeling herself again after 8 years Campaigning for disabled swimmers Creating the community Adaptive/Disabled Open Water Swimmers (ADOWS) Magical moments for her when it comes to swimming Making so many new friends through swimming Doing the Aberdovey Swim in 2019 Her plans to do the Two-Way Windermere (2WW) in 2020 Using Windermere swim to raise awareness and fundraise for a disability sports charity The Arctic One Having surgery before her two-way swim Pushing through the challenge Her whole experience while doing the Windermere swim Her top tips and advice Social Media Website: www.sophie-adaptive-athlete.com Instagram @sophie_adaptive_athlete Facebook @SEasaptiveathlete ADOWS (Adaptive/Disabled Open Water Swimmers) Facebook group
One of my favorite quotes that I enjoy saying in my fitness classes is “Go through the finish and not to the finish line.”I recently watched this docuseries on Netflix called “UNTOLD” and one of the episodes was about Bruce Jenner and his journey to the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. I wasn't particularly interested in watching it … and ten minutes in, I was hooked. I learned so much about my favorite quote.After Bruce finished the decathlon he made the choice to continue on his feet. He made the demand of himself not to collapse on the floor like the other Olympians would after the decathlon. It was so inspiring.This documentary led me to ask myself this key question: Where am I choosing to make the demand of myself? And, Where am I choosing to not make the demand of myself? Listen to this episode for more tips on going through the finish line. IN THIS EPISODE, I TALK ABOUT:Are you going to the finish line, or through the finish line?How Bruce Jenner made the demand of himself in 1976 at the Montreal OlympicsKey question: “Where am I choosing to make the demand of myself?”Key question: “Where am I choosing not to make the demand of myself?” If you loved this episode, it would mean the world to me if you SUBSCRIBED to the podcast on your favorite podcast app and give it a 5 star review. I would be forever grateful! Thank you!! ✅ RESOURCES:Text: CREATE to 323-524-9857 to apply for my Get Up Girl Gang community If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. ✅ LET'S CONNECT:The Get Up GirlInstagramFacebookMonthly online fitness academy
Riley Gaines has been a competitive swimmer since the age of 8, regularly spending between two and five hours a day training. Her dedication and commitment to competitive swimming earned her a scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This year, she found herself competing against Lia Thomas, a biological male transgender athlete who dominated women's swimming in 2022 by shattering previous records and by winning the women's 500-meter freestyle NCAA National Championship. In this interview, Gaines recounts her experience racing against Thomas and the dejection she endured when NCAA officials chose Thomas to hold the fifth-place trophy instead of Riley after the two tied in the 200-meter freestyle championship event. Gaines also tells us about her experiences so far as an advocate for women's sports at a time when the Biden administration is pushing to amend Title IX protections to ensure transgender athletes can compete in women's sporting events and use women's locker rooms. ⭕️ Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and stay in touch
Riley Gaines has been a competitive swimmer since the age of 8, regularly spending between two and five hours a day training. Her dedication and commitment to competitive swimming earned her a scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This year, she found herself competing against Lia Thomas, a biological male transgender athlete who dominated women's swimming in 2022 by shattering previous records and by winning the women's 500-meter freestyle NCAA National Championship. In this interview, Gaines recounts her experience racing against Thomas and the dejection she endured when NCAA officials chose Thomas to hold the fifth-place trophy instead of Riley after the two tied in the 200-meter freestyle championship event. Gaines also tells us about her experiences so far as an advocate for women's sports at a time when the Biden administration is pushing to amend Title IX protections to ensure transgender athletes can compete in women's sporting events and use women's locker rooms. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Welcome to the #PlayUnified Podcast where we meet at the intersection of sports, disability, philanthropy, entertainment and community building. Listen as we discuss why sports is such an important part of life, community and social change. Guests will include Special Olympics athletes, local sports figures, government officials, small business owners and figures within the Special Olympics movement. This week, Charles, Erin & Mike celebrate the 40th episode as well as Erin's one-year milestone. Anne Deforge joins the show to discuss her USA Games experience. They discuss the upcoming Tournament of Champions & more happenings in the Special Olympics world! And as always, the Lightning Round, Quote and Question of the week! Don't miss it!
Rudy Giuliani testified before a special grand jury in Atlanta Monday, part of an investigation into election interference by Donald Trump. It appears the Deep State is using all-out lawfare to kneecap a potential presidential run by Trump in '24. 5) Mar-a-Lago raid to get Trump, not documents; 4) Pfizer's quad-vaxxed CEO Albert Bourla catches COVID; 3) Shocking study shows UN peacekeepers in Congo have fathered and abandoned thousands of children since 1999; 2) Amazon buys iRobot to get floor plans of homes with Roomba robot vacuums; 1) Swimmers kicked off beach in England by ill-tempered cows.
TODAY ON THE PODCAST: the Ekka's Dagwood eating competition, ..., Susie's dream about Dog Lady, Luttsy & Loretta AKA the awful sequel, weekend football wins, Buzz: Weekend Macho Man, Smarter Than Suse, more anonymous letters, Mitch's exclusive Broncos interview, the totally not-roided up Swimmer, the ABC bite back, RECOMMENDATION STATION: ‘Notorius' and some Great Moments In Commentary... Follow Ash, Luttsy & Susie O'Neill!Facebook: www.facebook.com/ashluttsyandsusieoneill Twitter: www.twitter.com/ashluttsysusie Instagram: www.instagram.com/ashluttsyandsusieoneillSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NOW...That's what I call DUNE! Have you ever wanted to hear the sounds of DUNE from the comfort of your very own home? Well have a sniff of spice and get your headphones! You have GOT to hear this episode of DEATH BY DVD, all about NOW : THAT'S WHAT I CALL DUNE! The sounds of DUNE! NEW EPISODES COMING SOON!HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
For police officers and park rangers of Rockaway Beach, New York, sweltering heat is no reason for rule breaking. Today on the Brett Winterble Show, Brett and The Coach Matt Doherty react to a story about a man who was arrested for swimming after hours + have a debate of Speedo's vs. board shorts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Julie Otsuka latest novel, "The Swimmers," opens with a group of obsessed swimmers whose daily ritual is interrupted when a mysterious crack forming at the bottom of their local pool forces its closure. As the unexplained crack grows and spreads, the story shifts to follow Alice, one of the swimmers, and her slow descent into dementia. Otsuka joins Book Lust with Nancy Pearl and explains the connection between the two halves of the book, and they discuss writing style, favorite authors, and future projects.
This week, I recommend The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka and other great books! Also, find out how you can get your favorite book recommendation on the show! Books Discussed:The Swimmers by Julie OtsukaAwait Your Reply by Dan ChaonThe Woman in the Library by Sulari GentillThis Time Tomorrow by Emma StraubSuch A Good Mother by Helen Monks TakharOther Books Discussed:Heatwave Vicotr JestinThe Human Zoo by Sabina MurrayLove in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia ThompsonRoom and Board by Miriam ParkerOther Things Discussed:Send in a recording of a book review to firstname.lastname@example.org your first name, what city you live in, what you do , the title and a short summary of the book and what you like about it (think 2-3 sentences).Take A Novel Writing Class With Me! Obama's Summer Reading List Up Next:Elsewhere by Alexis SchaitkinLearn more at AthleticGreens.com/emergingSupport the showSupport the show
What is This Episode? - Top of Show . NYFF ANNOUNCES ITS DEBUT FILM - 2:10 . TIFF HAS A PARTIAL, AND LOADED, LINEUP: Venice/TIFF Crossover Films - 5:15 Cannes Debuts Play TIFF Too - 6:31 Bowie's Moonage Daydream + Trailer Review - 8:27 Spielberg Decides to Open Fablemans Here - 11:46 Women Talking, Too - 13:48 Empire of Light, My Policeman, The Woman King - 16:00 Netflix Top Open Exclusives - 17:09 (The Swimmers, Wendall and Wild, The Good Nurse, more) Apple Will Have Entries Too - 24:22 (Greatest Beer Run, Raymond & Ray, Causeway) Searchlight Brings The Menu + Chevalier - 28:00 Stephen Frears, Nic Cage: Buffalo Hunter, and Dominatrixing - 29:43 . Did TIFF Expose Telluride Premieres? - 34:50 . BAFTA CHANGES ITS NOMINATING PROCESS (AGAIN) - 36:06 (Affecting The Acting Categories and Best Director) . DGA, CC, MUAH'S ALL SET THEIR DATES - 43:41 . OSCAR CONTENDER TRAILERS: Till Trailer #1 - 45:39 Strange World Trailer #1 - 48:36 GDT's Pinocchio Trailer #1 - 53:10 . BOX OFFICE UPDATE - 55:04 DC SuperPets Flops? Will Nope Rise Over Seas? What Went Wrong With Lightyear? . MAKE THE CASE - 1:03:03 (AlsoMike Quick Reviews Marcel the Shell, Honor Society, Rise, and Not Okay) . . Where to Find Erick's/Our Work/LEAVE US A 5* REVIEW! - 1:11:50 What's Next/Words of Wisdom - 1:12:57
9 - News. Swimmer Riley Gaines speaks out on Lia Thomas being nominated for Woman of the Year after Lia beat her in the NCAA Finals. 910 - When you've got liberals jumping at the notion of a biological man jumping in the pool, then you know something is wrong. 920 - Devon Allen could've used Rich as the timer at the Track & Field World Championships 930 - The police response at Uvalde is absolutely sickening and should be studied for years. What's coming up on The Dawn Show? 940 - What's on the Cutsheet? 950 - Who won Twitter? And Final Thoughts by Rich
Susan Jacobs won the first Emmy ever awarded for music supervision. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Jacobs about her work on "Big Little Lies" and other projects. They also talk with author Paul Gorman about his biography of Malcolm McLaren, the legendary manager of the Sex Pistols. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Joe Tex, "A Woman's Hands," A Woman's Hands (Single), Dial, 1967Sex Pistols, "Anarchy In the U.K.," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Sex Pistols, "God Save the Queen," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Sex Pistols, "Pretty Vacant," Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, Virgin, 1977Bow Wow Wow, "I Want Candy," The Last of the Mohicans, RCA, 1982Malcolm McLaren, "Buffalo Gals," Duck Rock, Virgin, 1983Bill Lee, "Nola-Vocals," She's Gotta Have It - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Antilles, 1991Public Image Ltd, "Public Image," Public Image: First Issue, Virgin, 1978Marvin Hamlisch, "Theme From The Swimmer (Send for Me in Summer) / Big Splash," The Swimmer, CBS, 1968Leon Bridges, "River," Coming Home, Columbia, 2015Led Zeppelin, "Whole Lotta Love," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Led Zeppelin, "What Is and What Should Never Be," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Led Zeppelin, "Thank You," Led Zeppelin II, Atlantic, 1969Charles Bradley, "Victim of Love (feat. Menahan Street Band)," Victim of Love, Daptone, 2013Michael Kiwanuka, "Cold Little Heart," Love & Hate, Interscope, 2016Sylvan Esso, "Come Down," Sylvan Esso, Partisan, 2014Chicago, "25 or 6 to 4," Chicago, Columbia, 1970Norman Greenbaum, "Spirit in the Sky," Spirit in the Sky, Reprise, 1969Dire Straits, "Romeo and Juliet," Making Movies, Warner Bros., 1980Electric Light Orchestra, "10538 Overture," The Electric Light Orchestra, United Artists, 1971Simon & Garfunkel, "Mrs. Robinson," The Graduate, Columbia Masterworks, 1968Harry Nilsson, "Everybody's Talkin'," Aerial Ballet, RCA Victor, 1968The Acid, "Tumbling Lights," Liminal, Infectious Music, 2014