Ryley Batt is the Australian Wheelchair Rugby team captain and arguably the World's Best Wheelchair Rugby player. He's won 2 Gold and 1 silver medal at 5 Paralympic Games. This episode was recorded recently when Riley was spending 2 weeks locked in a hotel room in Sydney, doing his time in Quarantine after returning from the Tokyo Paralympics. In this episode we discuss: The mindsets of winning and losing The mental challenges of preparing for a Paralympics during the global pandemic The mental challenges of returning to quarantine after the Paralympics and not achieving the results they wanted. How his upbringing set him up for success from a young age. Why he refused a wheelchair for the first 12 years of his life and chose to use a skateboard as transport instead. And much more about his life and sport and different things we can draw inspiration from. Follow Ryley online: Instagram: @ryleybatt Facebook: Ryley Batt If you're enjoying this podcast and haven't given it a five star rating and review on itunes or apple or wherever you're listening to the show, please jump on and do so. It only takes 2mins and it goes a long way to ensuring I can continually secure great guests for you legendary listeners.
The Tokyo Paralympics were held this summer and American elite athletes, who have physical and neurological disabilities, medaled in competitions from archery to swimming. Paralympians like Breanna Clark who is autistic, the first female U.S. athlete to win gold for 400m track in 2016 and who broke a world record this summer in Tokyo. But had Breanna not been an athlete with access to custom training, she would likely not have been able to work out in a gym. Typical gyms normally don't accommodate people like her with autism, Down syndrome, or cerebral palsy, conditions known as neurodiverse. Not only are the flashing lights and sounds in typical gyms often disorienting, but also many physical trainers haven't worked with neurodiverse people. But one local gym is changing that – Greater Boston's Inclusive Fitness is creating both a workout space and a community. GUESTS: Greg Austin, founder, president, and coach at Inclusive Fitness, a Boston-based gym that specializes in training neurodiverse people. Kristin Abendroth, director of client experience and head neurotypical coach at Inclusive Ftiness. Barbara Baker, parent of Mary Gwen, an Inclusive Fitness athlete.
Today in the guest chair is Philip Ford. His nickname is Phil. Phil started The Ford & Ford Group in an effort to help move South Carolina to be a more just and equitable state.Phil currently serves as the Manager of Policy and Advocacy at Eat Smart Move More South Carolina, where he successfully implemented issue campaigns, fundraising efforts, and trained hundreds of advocates across South Carolina. Phil was the grant writer for the Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg & Calhoun Counties, where he successfully wrote and implemented grants. With more than 18 years of experience in politics, nonprofit consulting, and community organization, Phillip believes in a grassroots approach to making change happen.He currently serves on numerous nonprofit boards including the Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center, the Tri-County Health Network, and the Orangeburg-Calhoun Free Medical Clinic, and South Carolina Food Policy Committee.Questions I Asked In This EpisodeIf you had a theme song for your life what would it be and why?When you were a child what did you want to do as an adult and how close are you at doing that?What inspired you to get involved in helping political campaigns?Why is import for us to understand the power of our voice?Why is the mission of Eat Smart Move More important to citizens in S.C.?What are your thoughts about people saying the increase in SNAP benefits is wasteful?What does it say about the progress of the LGBTQ+ community having so many in the community represented in the Tokyo Paralympics?What are you optimistic about now?And so much more ...Here's What You Will Learn In This EpisodeWhy it's important that people see models of diverse people achieving successThe role advocacy and activism has on the progress made in this country and abroadThe importance of finding common ground to build better togetherHow we should approach conversations with politicians to create changeWhy it's important for us to have conversations with our elected officialsWhat Phil feels we have lost in many of our government officialsWhy he advocates for healthy food options that are affordableWhy is heart is his superpowerWhat he uses President John F. Kennedy quote "I'm an idealist without illusions" to describe himselfAnd so much moreContact Phil FordWebsiteMusic Credit:Bensound ElevateBensound BadassSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Support the show (https://paypal.me/jackiecapersbrown?locale.x=en_US)
Chloe Dalton is one of Australia's few triple sports athletes. She has been a part of the WNBL with the Sydney Uni Flames. Chloe then represented Australia in rugby sevens and made her debut in 2014 on the Dubai women's sevens circuit. Chloe won a gold medal as a part of the women's sevens team at the 2016 Rio Olympics and was recognised as Australia's top Rugby 7s player in 2017, winning the Shawn Mackay Medal. As well as her achievements in the rugby and basketball world, Chloe then crossed codes again to Aussie Rules. She made her debut in 2019 for Carlton in the AFLW, Chloe was recently named Runner-Up in the Carlton Best and Fairest Awards for the 2020 AFLW season. In this episode, we learn what it takes to compete at the highest level across three sports & the journey to success of some of the top female Australian athletes. We dive into: How Chloe was a driving factor into getting the Paralympians competing at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics the same pay for winning medals as the other Olympic athletes. The reason behind creating ‘The Female Athlete Project' and why it is such a game-changer in the world of sport. Challenging the misconception around women's sports and shedding light on their achievements and gaining mainstream media exposure. How Chloe managed to stay at the top of her game in each sporting code and receiving huge praise and accolades after each sporting transition. If you are an aspiring young athlete who is striving to make the next level then Chloe will give you the inspiration to do so. This episode is about the journey to becoming a professional athlete and gives you advice on how to handle pressure and adversity along the way. This podcast is extremely relevant in the sporting world because women's sports have typically had a back seat in terms of media coverage. As women's sports is growing rapidly so are their successes and Chloe has created a platform to share and expose the incredible stories of Australian female athletes. Make sure you check out this awesome and insightful initiative ‘The Female Athlete Project'
Australian wheelchair racer Madison de Rozario's Paralympic career started when she competed at the Beijing Paralympics at the age of 14. Now, the 27-year-old has cemented her place in the history books – breaking multiple records and winning three medals, including two gold, at the Tokyo Paralympics. De Rozario speaks to reporter Kieran Pender about her sometimes bumpy rise to wheelchair-racing fame and the power of the Paralympics as a vehicle for change
We speak to Datuk Seri Megat D Shahriman Zaharudin, President of the Paralympics Council of Malaysia on Malaysia's record haul, the controversy surrounding Ziyad Zolkefli, preparations for Paris 2024, as well as how the country and government should build on the success of Malaysia's Tokyo Paralympics. Image credits: Shutterstock.com
Taylor Knibb was part of the silver medal winning Team USA in the Mixed Relay at Tokyo 2020. She's no stranger to success, twice winning the Junior World Championships and being crowned U23 World Champion. She qualified for the Tokyo Olympics by winning WTCS Yokohama. And she really caught people's attention with some phenomenal performances on her road bike with aero bars. First on her Ironman 70.3 debut in Boulder to qualify for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, and then again at the Collins Cup, where she beat Teresa Adam and the phenomenal Daniela Ryf. This athlete is going places! You'll hear: 06:45 What is Taylor doing in her bike sessions that nobody else is? 09:50 Why she is going to be changing her swim very soon 11:15 The influence of her mum, Leslie Knibb, who is a triathlon coach and successful age group triathlete. Taylor dropped her mum on the bike for the first time in 2012, as her mum was preparing for Kona! 15:40 Taylor talks about the first time Taylor broke away with Flora Duffy in a WTS race in 2017 'I was 19, it was very intimidating and she didn't say anything the whole ride' 19:35 About her training group in Boulder, under coach Ian O'Brien and why she spends a lot of time training with Jeanni Metzler. 21:00 About her Ironman 70.3 debut 'when I showed up to Boulder for Ironman 70.3 I had taped all of my gels to the top tube of my bike and apparently you don't do that in a 70.3 race. Apparently on the broadcast they were counting the gels I had taken because they could see the electric tape.' 27:20 I don't think I had expectations for this year. I was just focussing on one thing at a time, but the Olympics was the thing I wanted to do the best in, and I didn't so that has a bit of a dark cloud over it, but I was able to learn from it and I definitely don't want to make the same mistakes again. I am bummed about that. I don't want to make the same mistake twice. 30:20 Why she watches as much triathlon as she can 'I think I have watched every single World Championship Series race since 2009. I love watching the races I haven't been in and the ones I have been in and I think I learn more from watching them than racing them sometimes. I only learnt about triathlon in 2013 and I watched the races to learn about the sport as a whole. When I was a Junior I watched them to learn about the racing and now it's more about learning about my competitors and how the races pan out. 35:00 Her reaction when she found out she would be racing against Daniela Ryf and Teresa Adam at the Collins Cup. I had nothing to lose. But you can't say you're not scared lining up against Daniela Ryf, but it was also a huge honour lining up against her. "To be able to race her is so neat, I was just excited and grateful for the opportunity." 39:40 I felt bad for Daniela at the Collins Cup. I was just waiting for her to come past me. I went out way too hard on the bike and I wanted her to pass me because I wanted to see just how fast she goes, but hopefully some day that will happen. I still want to be better because I still made mistakes. 43:00 How she developed a competitive side with her brother when they were kids. 47:00 Why she is still trying to get better at switching off a bit and why it was easier to switch off from triathlon when she was University. Also this week... 57:00 GB Paratriathlete Fran Brown talks us through her 4th place finish at the Tokyo Paralympics. "It wasn't quite what I had planned." Find out more about this week's guests Taylor Knibb https://www.instagram.com/taylorknibb/?hl=en (Instagram) Fran Brown https://www.instagram.com/franrbrown/?hl=en (Instagram) Resilient Nutrition's Meet the nutter: https://www.robertherring.co.uk/about/ (Robert Herring) performance coach 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... Support this podcast
''You could get a roast dinner if you wanted to. Some of the Irish had mashed potato on their plates'' [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/09/10123425/AMA-Paralympian_1009.mp3"][/audio] This week for Ask Me Anything on Dermot and Dave it's the turn of Irish Paralympian Kerrie Leonard. Kerrie chats all about the Tokyo Paralympics, Archery and if she's been given the freedom of Meath yet! You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button.
Pogovarjali smo se s strelcema Frančekom Gorazdom Tirškom, ki je prejel dve medalji, srebno in bronasto, in z legendarnim slovenskim paralimpijcem Francijem Pinterjem, ki se je udeležil že osmih iger.
Vision-impaired runner Jaryd Clifford boarded the plane home from the Tokyo Paralympics with not one, not two, but three medals around his neck, including silver in the 5000 metres and the marathon. Jaryd ran so hard he collapsed after two of his races, and made headlines when he made a teary post-run shout out to his Dad, who passed away earlier this year. Angus and Dylan were lucky enough to sit down with Jarryd a week before Tokyo to chat about why he took up running as a kid, what it's like running with a guide and why winning a Paralympic medal is just as good as winning an Olympic one. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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
The Tokyo Games has come to an end, but the relationship formed between Kamaishi City and Australia, as part of the "Light up Host Town Project" will leave a lasting legacy that will continue beyond Tokyo 2020 . - 東日本大震災から復興した姿を見せつつ、これまでの支援への感謝を伝えるためにオーストラリアのホストタウンとして登録した岩手県釜石市。その交流は東京大会後も続きます。
The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics came to a close yesterday, with Malaysia taking home three gold medals, and two silvers - beating our previous best of four medals at Rio 2016. We look back at the highlights, and look forward to how we can continue to grow. Image Source: yu_photo, Shutterstock
First, Indian Express' Associate Editor Shubhajit Roy talks about the significance of the ISI chief visiting Kabul, what it says about Pakistan's intentions, and what this means for India.Next, Indian Express' Shahid Judge talks about India's performance at the Tokyo Paralympics, and four medal wins that have stood out for him (14:08).And in the end, a quick look at the farmers' protests in Muzaffarnagar (26:40).
Since we last talked to Ryan Quigley, he covered the recent Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo for NBC Olympics, and he's currently covering the Tokyo Paralympics. I hear all about those experiences, including the sports he covered and we talk about his Eagles and Flyers. Follow Ryan on Twitter https://twitter.com/TheRyanQuigley (@TheRyanQuigley).
Jude Weston brings you the news from Delhi, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Assam-Mizoram Border, New Zealand, the United States, and the Tokyo Paralympics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Akiya hunter, black metal musician, and real estate consultant Matt Ketchum talks about his adventures in Yugawara battling vicious monkeys, the future of travel, and what's next for the experience economy. Aaron and Parker discuss the upcoming LDP leadership election, a 13-year-old who made hearts soar at the Tokyo Paralympics opening ceremony, and an outlaw monkey spotted on the move in northern Tokyo.
Just a few weeks ago, we were celebrating India's best ever medals tally at the Tokyo Olympics. And now India has produced its best performance ever at this year's Paralympics. We have already bagged 10 medals, with two gold, five silver and three bronze. This has generated a lot of curiosity, both about these successful para-athletes and about the Paralympics itself. For para-athletes, the rules and requirements of competition, as well as the challenges, are different from what they are for the able-bodied. They come under the spotlight whenever the Paralympics are held but are mostly forgotten in the intervening years. Will the Indian contingent's superlative achievements at the Tokyo Paralympics change this pattern? Guest: Rakesh Rao, Deputy Editor (Sports), The Hindu Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor, The Hindu Write to us at email@example.com
In this episode I talk about Cam Newton being released by Patriots and what it means for the future of Mac Jones . I talk about two incredible athletes in India winning gold medals . I then talk about the Rockets and Pistons and how both franchises need to build around their young stars --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Over the weekend, Team GB's visually impaired athletes won multiple medals: including gold across the cycling, swimming and judo. We check in with our reporter Mani Djazmi who brings us details of those medal wins and interviews with some of our gold medallists. And there could be many reasons why you'd be put off visiting the gym. It could be perceived attitudes or thinking that gyms may not provide the necessary adaptations for you. Well, under the Equalities Act, it is a legal requirement for a gym or leisure centre to make reasonable requirements if you request them and tonight, we'll be hearing about a gym that have done just that for their visually impaired members. We promise we're not trying to push you into training like a Paralympic athlete, but instead would like to show you that getting active can be easier than you may think.
Keita Tokunaga declined to have his profile revealed a the Paralympic opening ceremony, because "it was a moment for the athletes". He is not only a DJ, but a fashion journalist, trying to make a difference. - 選手入場の際のDJを担当した徳永啓太さん。「主役はパラリンピアン」と、あえて開会式ではプロフィールを公開しませんでしたが、ネット上では「彼は誰？」と大きな話題を呼びました。
This week we talk to NFL Network journalist Steve Wyche about the night he interviewed Colin Kaepernick after noticing that he was sitting during the national Anthem. Wyche talks about the mechanics of that fateful day, and what it all means five years later. We also have “Choice Words” about the Tokyo Paralympics and Japan's struggle with coronavirus surrounding all of this. In addition, we have “Just Stand Up” and “Just Sit Down” awards to the same person—She'carri Richardson, for both her willingness to stand up to the haters after her performance in Eugene and the shade she threw at US track and field legend Allyson Felix. All this and more on this week's show! Steve Wyche Twitter: @Wyche89 https://www.nfl.com/author/steve-wyche Zirin, Tokyo Hosts a Dangerous Paralympics in the Shadow of Covid https://www.thenation.com/article/society/paralympics-covid-tokyo/ — http://www.edgeofsportspodcast.com/ | http://twitter.com/EdgeOfSportsPod | http://fb.com/edgeofsportspod | email us: firstname.lastname@example.org | Edge of Sports hotline: 401-426-3343 (EDGE)
From the emergency airlift underway in Kabul to the start of the Tokyo Paralympics, here are this week's biggest stories from The Daily News In Brief by SheerLuxe. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"If we were not hosting Paralympics in Japan, I would fear that many Japanese people would miss the opportunity and go about their daily lives without knowing what para-sports are." - 東京でパラリンピックを開催する意義とは――。日本財団パラリンピックサポートセンター（通称パラサポ）の小澤直常務理事に聞きました。
On LGHL's Play Like a Girl podcast, Meredith Hein and Megan Husslein talk everything from Ohio State football to all the happenings in the sports world today. In this week's edition of the Play Like a Girl podcast, Megan and Meredith talk the Tokyo Paralympics, including the inspirational stories of Jessica Long, Anastasia Pagonis and David Brown. The pair also get into college football (obviously), with the season's first game scheduled to kickoff this weekend. Yes, they're still watching, even though it's Illinois vs. Nebraska. But there's no shortage of solid games to open the season, including No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 14 Miami, No. 5 Georgia at No. 3 Clemson, No. 17 Indiana at No. 18 Iowa and No. 19 Penn State at No. 12 Wisconsin. The pair wrap the show up with discussion of the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12's recently announced alliance, impending COVID-19 restrictions at games and, of course, what's happening in Jacksonville. Contact Megan Husslein Twitter: @meganhusslein Contact Meredith Hein Twitter: @MeredithHein Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games begin, we meet the composer who's creating music for Para Equestrian dressage competitors, Natasha Baker and Laurentia Tan. Tom Hunt specialises in composing original music for one of the most exciting parts of competitive dressage, Freestyle. Join Hilary Dunn as she discovers how Tom works with Natasha and Laurentia to make music which brings out the best from them and their horses, and allows them to remain at the top of their game in this highly competitive performance-led Olympic event. Presented by Hilary Dunn Produced by Hilary Dunn and Eliza Lomas Executive Produced by Ella-mai Robey for the BBC World Service
-Fire crews have made slight progress on the French fire but it continues to burn-Quickly after the FDA approval of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine a wave of employers making it mandatory for staff to be vaccinated-After being delayed a year due to the pandemic, the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics kicked off this morning
Sarah talks to Paralympic swimmer and 15-time World Record setter Mallory Weggemann about the medical procedure that caused her paralysis as a teen, finding her passion for swimming again, competing at the Tokyo Paralympics and her book, "Limitless."
With thousands more people still to be evacuated from Kabul, America's allies are pressuring U.S. President Joe Biden to keep troops at the airport past his August 31st pull-out date. The U.S. FDA has fully approved the Pfizer vaccine and some states are already instituting mandates for certain professions, but will it convince vaccine skeptics? And, para-taekwondo is among the new sports athletes will compete in at the Tokyo Paralympics which begin today.
*) NATO diplomat says Kabul evacuation continuing on war footing Evacuations at Kabul airport are taking place on a "war footing", NATO says as foreign forces try to meet an August 31 deadline to leave Afghanistan. Taliban officials have been briefed about the evacuation and logistics at the airport, a NATO official said. The official stated better crowd management was still required even though the situation outside Kabul airport was relatively calmer. *) Tunisia's president extends suspension of parliament Tunisia's President Kais Saied has extended the suspension of parliament until further notice, a month after granting himself greater powers in what activists have called a "purge". Saied also extended the suspension of parliamentary immunity, justifying his intervention as necessary to save Tunisia from collapse. The Tunisian president has not yet appointed a new prime minister or announced a roadmap demanded by allies and key players. *) Harris rebukes China in major speech on Indo-Pacific US Vice President Kamala Harris has accused Beijing of continuing to "coerce" and "intimidate" in the South China Sea during her trip to Singapore. She also pledged Washington would pursue a free and open Indo Pacific. The area has growing importance to the Biden administration, which has made countering China's influence globally a centrepiece of its foreign policy. *) California firefighters battle a dozen large wildfires More than 13,500 firefighters are working to contain a dozen large California wildfires that have forced thousands of people to flee to safety. After an extensive review of fire damage, Governor Gavin Newsom requested a presidential major disaster declaration for eight counties. The Caldor Fire, just 9 percent contained, has become the nation's number one priority for firefighting resources. And finally ... * ) Tokyo Paralympics to open as Japan battles virus surge Tokyo's Paralympic Games will open as Japan battles a surge in Covid-19 cases. The Games will officially be declared open on Tuesday evening by Japan's Emperor Naruhito but virus rules mean most of the stadium will be empty. As a “sign of solidarity," Afghanistan's flag will be displayed at the opening ceremony even though the country's athletes were not able to get to Tokyo.
The Tokyo journey is just beginning for some of Australia's Paralympians as the nation's largest team ever prepares to head to Japan. The Paralympic Games get underway and for swimmer Ahmed Kelly, it's a chance to fulfill a lifelong dream. - Największa w historii drużyna australijskich paraolimpijczyków weźmie udział w Paraolimpiadzie w Japonii. Dla pływaka Ahmeda Kelly'ego jest to szansa na spełnienie marzenia życia.
In today's adventure, we feature Olivia "Livvy" Breen. Olivia is a Paralympic sprinter and long jumper on Team Great Britain. She has won gold in the IPC World Championships, IPC European Championships, and Commonwealth Games as well as taking bronze at the 2012 London Paralympics. Listen in to hear Olivia speak about her sporting story leading all the way up to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventureswithaggie/support
Dr Dejan Fabčič is a gifted paralympian, about to compete at his third games, which start on Tuesday, August 24. Dejan spoke about his story, about archery and his preparations for the Tokyo 2020 games. - Dr. Dejan Fabčič je zelo nadarjen parašportnik in se bo udeležil že tretje Paraolimpijske igre, ki se bodo pričele v torek, 24.avgusta. Spregovoril je o svoji zgodbi, paralokostrelstvu in pripravah na igrah Tokio 2020.
The Tokyo journey is just beginning for some of Australia's Paralympians as the nation's largest team ever prepares to head to Japan. The 16th games will start on Tuesday, August 24th and run until Sunday, September 5. - Pot v Tokyo se je začela za avstralske paraolimpijce, ko se Avstralija pripravlja z najmočnejšo reprezentanco doslej v tujini. Šestnajste Paraolimpijske igre se pričnejo ta torek, 24.avgusta in trajajo do nedelje, 5. septembra.
Great Britain Wheelchair Fencer Oliver Lam-Watson features on this episode, the second episode in our double-episode coverage of the 2020 Paralympics! In this episode, Oliver and our host, Shelly Houser, discuss stigmas against individuals with disabilities and Oliver's journey to the 2020 Tokyo Games. If you want to hear more about the 2020 Paralympic Games, check out our first episode from August 13th where we interviewed Mary Hodge and Nina Kult from Team USA's Para Powerlifting team and Goalball Paralympian Zach Buhler. Celebrate these incredible athletes with us and witness history as the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics will be broadcast during daytime and prime time hours on major network channels. To find out more about our guest, visit these links:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OliverLamWatsonTwitter: https://twitter.com/oliverlamwatson?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/oliverlamwatson/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-lam-watson-711a48165/Want to be a guest on our show? Connect with us at: https://www.abilitiesinmotion.org/podcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AbilitiesinMotionPALinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/abilitiesinmotion/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BerksCountyCIL?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/instaaim/
With just days to go before the Tokyo Paralympics, an international campaign called WeThe15 has been launched to improve the lives of the 1.2bn disabled people around the world. Meet South African Eddie Ndopu. He is an internationally acclaimed writer, or “mover and shaker”, who also works for the United Nations. Eddie, disabled himself, gives us the lowdown of WeThe15 on this podcast. You'll love him. He also hopes to become the first disabled person in space. While he might have signed several NDAs on these “imminent” plans, Eddie couldn't help but spill some of the secrets to BBC Ouch. According to the World Health Organisation, 15% of the world's population is disabled, hence WeThe15. Spearheaded by the International Paralympic Committee and International Disability Alliance, the project has brought together organisations from Unesco to The Valuable 500 big businesses for the first time. Presented by Beth Rose and Emma Tracey.
As Nigeria faces security challenges on several fronts, Information Minister Lai Mohammed tells the BBC that the country ‘is not a failed state, and will not be a failed state'. Plus, we meet one of the stars of a new hit movie which shines a light on sex trafficking during the apartheid era in South Africa. And ahead of the Tokyo Paralympics, we speak to the Senegalese hand cyclist hoping to one day make it to the games.
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The Tokyo 2020 Paralympics is just a week away, in a country where the term ‘Paralympics' was first coined during the 1964 Tokyo Games. And working behind the scenes are 100 technicians providing free repair and maintenance services. - 選手ひとり一人が競技だけに集中して、最高のパフォーマンスを発揮できるように、パラリンピックの裏方では100人の技術者が義肢や装具、車いすなどの修理サービスを提供します。
The Tokyo journey is just beginning for some of Australia's Paralympians as the nation's largest team ever prepares to head to Japan. - 「パラリンピックはスポーツに限らず、オーストラリアに住む障害者にとっての素晴らしいプラットフォームでもあります」（シェフドミッションのケイト・マクロクリン氏）
As of August 5, more than 52 million people in Japan have received COVID-19 vaccinations, and of these, nearly 40 million people are now fully vaccinated. The Tokyo Olympics drew to a close on August 8, but the Tokyo Paralympics will be held from August 24 to September 5. The Bank of Japan does not plan to meet in August. Market speculation suggests that the Fed is starting to cut back on monetary easing. JPY flow of funds in the Tokyo markets will likely determine JPY rates and USDJPY basis. In today's episode, MUFG Chief Japan Strategist Takahiro Sekido dissects the BoJ's monetary operations in July, the MoF's outlook for JGB issuances in August/September, and USDJPY basis JGB arbitrage trading among foreigners. He also shares his views on the Dollar/Yen, Yen rates, and Yen basis. Disclaimer: www.mufgresearch.com (PDF)