On this week of Thanksgiving, I want to say I'm grateful for this women's insight and friendship. On our newest #RA podcast, Kristin and I will share tips and words of wisdom for parents and athletes. It is something we often do - hike, talk, coach and learn from each other. So, we hope you enjoy a look inside our friendship and together we came up 5 Top Tips to help YOU and help your child! Thankful! Kristin Keefe played four years of volleyball at Marymount High School before playing for Stanford University; she was a four-time All-American Outside Hitter and 1991 National Player of the Year. From 1992 through 1996 she was a member of the US Women's National Team and participated in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. She played professionally for three years on the Bud Light Pro 4 Women Beach Volleyball Tour. This is her fifth season coaching for the Sunshine Volleyball Club. In 2018 and 2019 both of her teams, 15s and 16s, won bronze medals at the Junior Nationals. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kirsten-jones0/support
On this week of Thanksgiving, I want to say I'm grateful for this women's insight and friendship. On Monday's podcast, Kristin and I will share tips and words of wisdom for parents and athletes. It is something we often do - hike, talk, coach and learn from each other. Thankful! Kristin Keefe played four years of volleyball at Marymount High School before playing for Stanford University; she was a four-time All-American Outside Hitter and 1991 National Player of the Year. From 1992 through 1996 she was a member of the US Women's National Team and participated in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. She played professionally for three years on the Bud Light Pro 4 Women Beach Volleyball Tour. This is her fifth season coaching for the Sunshine Volleyball Club. In 2018 and 2019 both of her teams, 15s and 16s, won bronze medals at the Junior Nationals. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kirsten-jones0/support
Mary Harvey is an accomplished sports governance and sustainability executive with 15+ years of leading worldwide initiatives to achieve societal change and gender equity through sports. As Chief Executive of the Centre for Sport and Human Rights, Mary oversees the Centre's vision, including facilitating the deliberations of the Centre's multi-stakeholder Advisory Council, operational and financial management, stakeholder engagement, and good governance. Prior to leading the Centre of Sport and Human Rights, as a FIFA executive, Mary pushed for gender inclusion during a period of organizational reform. She also served as a sport envoy for the US State Department's Sports Diplomacy Division, and as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Green Sports Alliance. Mary's work has improved the empowerment of girls and women, inclusion of marginalized groups, stewardship of the environment, and achievement of health and educational objectives. A lifelong athlete, Mary enjoyed an 8-year career with the US Women's National Soccer Team, winning the inaugural FIFA Women's World Cup in 1991 and Olympic Gold in 1996. In this episode, we discuss: ● Why the protection of human rights is needed in sports ● The true heroes who are raising awareness of human rights violations in sports ● How businesses can help push for human rights reforms through sport Key Takeaways: ● Awareness is where change starts. Simply put, we can't fix problems we don't know about. When we become aware of issues, like injustice or inequality, we begin to understand the need to address them. It's like a lightbulb turning on, showing us where things are going wrong. This understanding helps us take action to make things better. This is why whistleblowers are so important. Once we know about a problem and understand it, we can work together to find solutions and create a better world for everyone. ● The importance of truly understanding a problem before trying to fix it. While this is true in each area of life, it's especially true when dealing with social problems like human rights abuses. Social problems are complicated. As Mary mentions, you need to get input from every perspective, think very carefully about what you're trying to do, who you're trying to help, and what your collective understanding of a desired outcome is. ● Every voice matters in the pursuit of human rights, especially for the most vulnerable among us. The movement to codify human rights in sports is new, but the truth is we need to look for how to protect human rights in every corner of society. It is not just a moral duty but an act of humanity to ensure that every individual, irrespective of their status, feels the protection of rights, respect, and dignity. To successfully disrupt systems that allow for violations and abuses will require collective action and accountability. Every individual deserves an existence in which justice is not a privilege but a universal reality. References: ● The Centre for Spot and Human Rights is developing a new series produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Production. The series will launch in 2024 and will feature documentary-style short films exploring critical issues on the sport and human rights agenda. ● Connect with Mary on LinkedIn ● Centre for Sport and Human Rights ● International Labour Organization (ILO) ● “For the Game. For the World.” FIFA and Human Rights by John G. Ruggie ● U.S. Center for SafeSport ● Council on Foreign Relations page on the kafala system ● Building and Wood Worker's International (BWI) Connect & Share: If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading them! If this episode resonated with you, I ask you to send it to a friend. Help bring even more visibility to these leaders that are using business as a force for good! Subscribe to the Purpose and Profit newsletter to make sure you don't miss future episodes. This podcast is for you, the listener. I'd love to hear what resonated with you, or if you have a suggestion on who would be a great guest for this show. Please send me a note at info@KathyVarol.com.
The boys discuss Sergino Dest's moment of madness vs Trinidad & Tobago and what it might/should mean for his future with the national team. Plus: Did France go too far vs Gibraltar? Should we be worried about Matt Turner? And did the US Women just quietly usher in a new era? All that and more!---Reminder: We've partnered up with Manscaped during the month of November! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code caughtoffside at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod---Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@caughtoffsidepod Twitter: https://twitter.com/COsoccerpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/caughtoffsidepod/Email: CaughtOffsidePod@gmail.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Susannah Collins, Nico Cantor, Charlie Davies, and Alexis Guerreros kick off today's show by recapping the second leg of Trinidad & Tobago vs USMNT, the poor performance from the Americans, and Sergiño Dest's inexcusable actions (1:32). Then, the MF crew discuss the recent roster shake-up for the USWNT and the ushering in of young talent (20:49). And finally, a preview of tonight's wildly important Brazil vs Argentina CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier. Who will bounce back with both teams coming off a loss (29:20)? The group chat with Marco Messina about Italy and the Euros in Part Two of the Morning Footy podcast! Morning Footy is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Morning Footy podcast on Twitter: @CBSSportsGolazo, @susannahcollins, @nicocantor1, @NotAlexis, @CharlieDavies9 For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I'm taking an end of the year break from producing new episodes but I didn't want to leave you hanging! This episode from the archive is episode 83, which aired March 1st, 2022. Enjoy!Today I'm talking to sports medicine physiatrist Monica Rho.Monica is the Chief of Musculoskeletal Medicine at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She also serves as a team physician for the US Women's National Soccer Team.We talk about:How Monica's mission has been to take care of and listen to female athletes ever since she was a young athlete athlete who felt like her injuries were dismissed.How finding the right training environment at any point in your career includes finding mentors who are invested in your development.Monica's unique opportunity to serve as an ambassador for If/Then, an organization looking to provide female role models in STEM to young girls.You can find the show notes and more resources at https://madamathlete.comKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram: @theMadamAthleteFacebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthlete
WE'RE BACK MY PALS!!!!Nick and Shaun are back at their season's end and are ready for the next season of #SoccerChat! Big news in the US Soccer world this week and listen to the guys chat about their thoughts on the hiring of Emma Hayes as the new US Women's National Team coach!Join the discussion on twitter every Wednesday night at 9:30PM EST following twitter.com/ChatSoccr with the hashtag #SoccerChat and on facebook at facebook.com/ChatSoccr!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~HOSTS:Nick Rizzo, St. Mary's Minnesota Women's Head CoachShaun Soderling, Brescia University Women's Head Coach~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~#SoccerChat is powered by EXACT Sports. EXACT empowers youth athletes through mental training in an ID Camp atmosphere as well as provides college coaches with opportunities to network and actively recruit high quality talent around the country.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~#SoccerChat is a duKTig brand FC member! Use the promo code "SOCCERCHAT" to get yourself a sweet discount at checkout!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Lauren Johnson is a mental performance coach who has worked with the New York Yankees, US Women's National Team, and Google. 0:00 Thank You Lauren 1:40 Why Lauren Is Good At Her Job 7:32 How Do You Stay In Presence? 10:40 Lauren's Incredible Therapist 14:43 Masculine & Feminine Balance In Coaching 18:53 Spiritual Side 21:31 Growth & Discomfort 24:00 Therapy vs. Coaching 25:02 What Pisses Lauren Off 25:33 What's Lauren's Gift? 32:01 Selfish & Selfless 34:19 Alignment (Following The Compass) 37:41 Having A Child 45:05 Accepting Your Flaws 50:21 The Grocery Store Test 55:35 Baseball Player Story 1:01:09 How To Recognize Where You're Not Free 1:04:40 Productive Vs. Unproductive 1:07:31 Questions 1:11:47 Challenge Website: https://www.laurenjohnsonandco.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurennicolejohnson/
I sit down with Grace McGovern, Arizona's top female junior golfer, along with Adam and Grace's father Sean. With a recent victory at the USGA Four Ball Qualifier under her belt, Gracie takes us through her golfing journey, from her first forays on the course at only four years old and early breakthrough performances, to her first major qualification at the Junior Amateur Tournament in Maryland at the age of fifteen. We explore the highs and lows of Gracie's golfing career, including how she stuck through physical strain a couple of times between tournaments, and her experience playing her toughest course yet at the Polo Golf Junior Classic. We also delve into Gracie's training regimen, her go-to equipment, and the importance she places in honing her short game. Gracie also shares what led her to Texas Christian University, as well as the unique challenges that come with transitioning to college golf. We also touch on the importance of a balanced lifestyle, drawing from Kobe Bryant's mamba mentality, and Gracie's prospects in the world of golf. About Gracie McGovern: Gracie, McGovern is 17 and a high school senior. Ranked #1 female junior golfer in the State of Arizona. Ranked 7th in the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Rolex World Rankings. 2022/23 Highlights and Honors: Arizona Division 3-Coed individual state champion shooting 63,69 eight under par at Tucson national. Becoming only the second female in Arizona state history to ever win the individual title. Prior to the state championship Gracie won the metro invitational golf tournament which included 16 teams and 85 players firing a nine under par two-day total. Finished 2nd at the Arizona Silverbell championship. JGAA Fisher Bryan Invitational 1st place AJGA Ping Heather Farr Classic 1st place. US Women's Amateur Qualifier Medalist, shooting six under at Briarwood Country Club. US Women's Amateur Stroke Play T-25th at Bel-Air Country Club. Most recently qualified for the US Women's Amateur Four Ball Championship, winning the qualifier with her partner, shooting seven under. Connect with Gracie: Gracie McGovern: Instagram Aftershow: Alex Andersen: Instagram | BabesGolf For more information on our 2024 retreats and tournaments, please visit: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!
We celebrate the Senior Women's State Am at Wasatch with Head Pro Bret Weston on a shortened live show on ESPN 700. We catch up with Kelsey Chugg after her 3rd finals in the US Women's Mid-Am, and with Westminster's Bryson Hirabayashi on his and the Griff's double win.
This week on The Championship Mindset Podcast we speak with Legendary Soccer Coach Anson Dorrance. Anson has coached the University of North Carolina Women for 45 years where he has led the Tarheels to 21 National Championships and won over 900 games. Coach Dorrance is a 7x National Coach of the Year and also coached the US Women's National Team from 1986 to 1994, leading Team USA to the title in the first-ever Women's World Cup in China in 1991. We hope that you enjoy our conversation with Anson Dorrance.
Episode 432: The MLS Cup Playoffs roll on, but with NYCFC not participating the guys talk about a myriad of subjects including Emma Hayes being rumored to take over as head coach for the US Women's National team. Eventually Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen do discuss the NYCFC roster announcement and the message sent to … Continue reading USWNT Coaching Changes, NYCFC Roster Changes, and Does History Matter? / Ep 432 / Blue City Radio →
University of Wisconsin's star sophomore Laila Edwards is the first Black woman to make the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team. After an incredible freshman season that ended with Wisconsin's record seventh national title, she now adds representing the U.S. to her resume. Inspired by a chance meeting with Blake Bolden, the first Black woman to play professional hockey, Laila is showing a new generation that they can not only play hockey, but thrive in the sport. Ahead of tonight's Team USA vs Team Canada matchup, Andscape's Branson Wright shares Laila's story, how crucial her family was to her journey to the U.S. National Team, and what her future holds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chloe and Rachel react to Saturday's seismic news that Emma Hayes will be leaving Chelsea - and the WSL - at the end of the season! We discuss what's next for Hayes, Chelsea and the league as a whole – plus, we speak to one of the journalists who broke the news of Emma Hayes' move to the US Women's National Team, Jeff Kassouf from Equalizer Soccer!Elsewhere, Chloe blames literally every element of the weather on goalkeepers' mistakes this weekend and Rachel tells us about her trip to Bristol City, where they won their first game of the season!We've been nominated for Best Podcast at the FSA Awards! Vote for us here, Clo Sullivans: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/fsa-awards-2023.Check out Upfront's new social channels! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube!Sign up for the Football Ramble Patreon to get ad-free Upfront shows and more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Conor and Bill roundup all the action from Chile, the Ivy League scrimmages and the PSA tour. Subscribe and share as the guys try and answer that age old question: If squash matches are played, but no scores are recorded, did it really happen? Download, share, subscribe! Thanks for listening! REACH OUT: FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! Don't forget, send in your fan questions or comments and might share them on air. So reach out us on social media or email email@example.com. As always, thanks for listening!
Hosted by Rob Leonard and Tim Leonard. "From the Pressox" airs every Moday from 9am-10am o 90.3FM WHPC. Streaming at www.nccradio.org This week Rob and Tim talk about the crash and burn of the Giants, Daniel Jones has perhaps has played his last game as a Giant. The US Women's National Soccer team is about to sign a new coach. The Islanders are playig but not wel enough. Volpe gets a Gold Glove
Today on the podcast is the one and only, Elise Cranny! Elise was on fire in 2023 and had historic performances at the US Championships and on the Diamond League Circuit. Elise won both the 5k & 10k at this year's US Championships in extraordinary fashion. She repped the red, white, and blue on the big stage in Budapest for the 2023 World Championships in August, where she had a mix of emtions as you'll hear in today's episode. Two weeks after the US Championships, she ran the Monaco Diamond League, where she ran a new Mile PR and US All-Time #2 in a time of 4:16.47. Elise also help to pace a new 5k WR at the Pre Classic. Needless to say, Elise raised her bar in 2023 and with that, elevated all of US Women's Distance Running with her. For those who aren't familiar with Elise, she has a long history of success from the time she was in high school. In high school, she won more state-championships and had more accolades than one could remember. In college, Elise become one of the most decorated athletes in Stanford program history. In today's conversation, Elise and I have a very reflective conversation and she shares some thoughts on her career and season that have been percolating in her mind. We also go into her 2023 season, and break down some of the key moments and races. Anytime Elise comes on the podcast, you're bound to walk away with some newfound wisdom and a smile on your face. Tap into the Elise Cranny Special. You can listen wherever you find your podcasts by searching, "The Running Effect Podcast." If you enjoy the podcast, please consider following us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and giving us a five-star review! I would also appreciate it if you share it with your friend who you think will benefit from it. The podcast graphic was done by the talented: Xavier Gallo. S H O W N O T E S -2Before: Code: "THERUNNINGEFFECT30" for 30% off: https://2before.com/ -My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunningeffect/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dominic-schlueter/message
This week Andrew talks with 2x Olympic Gold Medalist & US Women's National Team soccer legend Aly Wagner. Following her remarkable playing career, Aly brought her passion & tireless work ethic to the broadcast booth & business community. In 2018, Aly made history as the first woman ever to call a men's FIFA World Cup match — and this past summer served as the lead analyst for Fox's broadcast of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. Now, she's also a co-founding member & co-chair of the NWSL expansion team Bay FC after securing a record-setting investment from global investment firm Sixth Street as the team's lead institutional investor. Andrew & Aly explore her journey to the top of the soccer world, her plans to make Bay FC an iconic global brand, & so much more. This conversation is filled with powerful lessons from Aly's work in sports, media, & business that everyone can learn from. Show Highlights:(0:00) - Intro(2:31) - Kristine Lilly's orange slice story(3:06) - Aly's childhood(3:55) - The relationship with the ball(5:24) - Consistency(9:50) - Aly's work ethic(12:44) - Teamwork(16:05) - Reshaping soccer broadcasts(17:02) - Getting into broadcasting(17:57) - Research & preparation process(23:01) - Vision for Bay FC(25:27) - Securing investors in Bay FC(26:02) - Sixth Street's record-setting investment(29:44) - Resilience(31:24) - Playing the “long game”** Follow Andrew On Social Media **Twitter/X: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123Sign up for e-mails to keep up with Andrew's podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter
It's International Break! First up, Sara gets to dive into the US Women's National Team. Was there improvement across the two games? Why does Sara think some USWNT fans are wrong about how to manage the young talent on the team, and who will be the next Head Coach? Then, it's over to England and Allie's Lioness's to discuss if the scorelines are worthy of fans growing concerned. Next, it's Canada vs. Brazil and Australia's massive win. Finally, Sara and Allie sit down with Susie Cirilli to discuss the women's soccer and real estate. Episode edited by Mike Adams @monkeyhillmedia. Follow us on socials @theWOSOshow.
Auston Kim, just played her first full season on Epson Golf Tour and finished with an epic finale to the season. Auston won the Tour Championship with rounds of 71-64-65-65 and a blazing hot (-7) 29 to kick off her final round to set-up her first professional win! Tune in to hear Auston share her stories of the event as well as the preparation it took to get there.Auston had an impressive career as a college player for Vanderbilt with two individual wins to her name including the Auburn Regional, and 15 top-10 finishes. While in college, Auston qualified for 3 US Women's Opens and was selected to play in the prestigious Augusta National Women's Amateur (ANWA) two times. @austonkimContact Coach Mo@firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Golf Academy at St. Johns Located at St. Johns Golf & CC in St. Augustine/St. Johns, FL@thegolfacademy_st.johnswww.stjohnsgolf.com
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Megan Rapinoe, a legendary figure in international sports, is set to bid farewell to her illustrious career, leaving behind an extraordinary legacy that extends far beyond the soccer pitch. With two World Cup titles, an Olympic gold medal, and a trailblazing journey of activism, philanthropy, and fashion, the 38-year-old midfielder from California has made an indelible mark on the world of sports and society at large. In her final appearance for the US Women's National Team (USWNT) against South Africa in Chicago, fans will have the opportunity to celebrate her remarkable contributions. 梅根·拉皮諾，國際體育界的傳奇人物，即將告別輝煌的職業生涯，她留下的非凡遺產遠遠超出了足球場的範圍。這位來自加利福尼亞州的38歲中場球員擁有兩個世界杯冠軍、一枚奧運金牌，以及在行動主義、慈善事業和時尚方面的開拓之旅，她在體育界和社會大眾中留下了難以磨滅的印記。在芝加哥對陣南非的比賽中，她代表美國女足國家隊（USWNT）最後一次出場，球迷們將有機會慶祝她卓越的貢獻。 Rapinoe's international career has been nothing short of spectacular, boasting 203 appearances, 63 goals, and 73 assists for her country. She achieved the pinnacle of success with two World Cup victories in 2015 and 2019, along with an Olympic gold medal in 2012. However, it was in 2019 that Rapinoe's star shone brightest when she secured the Ballon d'Or Féminin and FIFA's The Best award, establishing herself as the world's best women's player. 拉皮諾的國際生涯絕對令人驚嘆，她為國家隊出場203次，打進63球，助攻73次。她在2015年和2019年兩次獲得世界杯冠軍，並在2012年奧運會上獲得金牌，達到了他的成功巔峰。然而，正是在2019年，拉皮諾的星光最為璀璨，她獲得了女足金球獎和國際足聯最佳球員獎，奠定了自己作為世界最佳女足球員的地位。 Beyond her on-field achievements, Rapinoe is known for her unapologetic activism. She fearlessly championed causes such as racial equality, women's rights, pay parity, and LGBTQ+ issues. Her iconic pose after scoring two goals against France in the 2019 World Cup quarterfinals became a symbol not just of sporting success but also of her activism. 除了在球場上的成就，拉皮諾以她毫不妥協的行動主義而聞名。她無畏地支持種族平等、婦女權益、工資平等和LGBTQ+等各種議題。她在2019年世界杯八強賽中攻入兩球後的標誌性慶祝動作，不僅代表著體育上的成功，還代表著她的行動主義。 Throughout her career, Rapinoe faced criticism for her principled stands. She knelt during the national anthem in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick's protests against racial injustice and police brutality, a move that didn't sit well with everyone. Even former President Donald Trump publicly clashed with Rapinoe when she stated her refusal to visit the White House if the US won the World Cup in 2019. Nevertheless, Rapinoe's determination remained unshaken. 在她的職業生涯中，拉皮諾因其原則立場而飽受批評。她在國歌演奏時跪下，以聲援科林·卡佩尼克與抗議種族不公和警察暴行，此舉動並未受到所有人認同。甚至前總統唐納·川普也公開與拉皮諾發生爭執，當時她表示如果美國在2019年世界杯中獲勝，她將拒絕訪問白宮。儘管如此，拉皮諾的決心始終未曾動搖。 In 2022, she was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Joe Biden for her advocacy work. Rapinoe's influence extended to the fight for equal pay, where she played a pivotal role in the women's national team's battle against gender discrimination, ultimately securing an agreement that granted equal pay to both the women's and men's teams. 在2022年，喬·拜登總統授予她總統自由勳章，以表彰她的倡議行動。拉皮諾的影響力擴展到爭取工資平等的鬥爭中，她在女子國家隊對抗性別歧視的過程發揮了關鍵作用，最終達成協議，使女子隊和男子隊在所有友誼賽和比賽中都獲得相同的薪酬。 Although Rapinoe's last World Cup appearance in 2023 ended in heartbreak with a missed penalty, her legacy remains untarnished. Her experience and quality on the field will be deeply missed, but her impactful work and advocacy will undoubtedly continue. As her teammate Kelley O'Hara aptly summarized, Megan Rapinoe is truly "one of a kind," leaving behind an unparalleled legacy that transcends the realm of sports. 盡管拉皮諾在2023年的最後一次世界杯亮相以點球失誤而告終，但她的遺產仍然不可動搖。她在球場上的經驗和品質將被深深懷念，但她富有影響力的行動與倡議無疑將繼續下去。正如她的隊友凱利·奧哈拉在今年的女子世界杯總結所說，梅根·拉皮諾確實是“獨一無二”的，留下了超越體育領域的無與倫比的遺產。 Keyword Drills 關鍵字：Philanthropy (phi-lan-thro-py): With two World Cup titles, an Olympic gold medal, and a trailblazing journey of activism, philanthropy, and fashion, the 38-year-old midfielder from California has made an indelible mark on the world of sports and society at large.Criticism (crit-i-cism): Throughout her career, Rapinoe faced criticism for her principled stands.Determination (de-ter-mi-na-tion): Even former President Donald Trump publicly clashed with Rapinoe when she stated her refusal to visit the White House if the US won the World Cup in 2019. Nevertheless, Rapinoe's determination remained unshaken.Indelible (in-del-i-ble): With two World Cup titles, an Olympic gold medal, and a trailblazing journey of activism, philanthropy, and fashion, the 38-year-old midfielder from California has made an indelible mark on the world of sports and society at large.Unapologetic (un-a-pol-o-get-ic): Beyond her on-field achievements, Rapinoe is known for her unapologetic activism. Reference article: https://edition.cnn.com/2023/09/24/sport/megan-rapinoe-legacy-final-us-game-spt-intl/index.html
The Utah Royals just announced plans for a multi-million dollar training facility... at the Zions Bank Real Academy in Herriman. Head coach Amy Rodriguez and Royals owner Ryan Smith say they can't wait for the growing opportunities this will give the team.
Daniel Kooser and Chris Wright recap a busy week for the Kansas City Current and the NWSL from MVP finalists, stadium naming rights, and former US Women's National Team manager Vlatko Andonovski being named head coach and sporting director. — The best Kansas City sports coverage in one place. Download our app now! Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/kcsn/id6443568374 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kcsn&hl=en — Download the DraftKings Sportsbook App NOW and sign up with promo code KCSN! https://apps.apple.com/us/app/draftkings-sportsbook-casino/id1375031369 — Subscribe to the KCSN Daily substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe FOLLOW US ON: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KCSportsNetwork Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kcsports.network/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/KCSportsNetwork Substack - https://kcsn.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The boys talked to WGM Carissa Yip after she became the 2023 US Women's Champion. She shares her impressions of the event, similarities with Fabiano's championship journey, collegiate chess, beating a Grandmaster at 10, and more! The episode was filmed on 10.18.2023Join our Members zone and get access to special perks https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQWKH5DiO9_gBAQWQAaBnow/join Want to improve your chess?♟️Come Play With Us! https://go.chess.com/csqpod CHAT ON DISCORD: https://discord.gg/XeP3tENMTr TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@csqpod CLIPS CHANNEL
It's funny what twists and turns life has in store sometimes. One day, you're in the middle of a successful career in finance. The next, you're leading a volleyball resurgence in the desert. JJ Van Niel was a SoCal guy, who dabbled a bit in volleyball as a kid before going on to play club hockey at USC. He then spent 12 years working in the financial sector before a chance encounter sent him on a path of coaching volleyball that has included stops with the US Women's National Team, the Olympic Games, Utah, and USC before being named Arizona State's head coach this past December. The turnaround has been immediate. After posting just one winning season in the last 7 years, Van Niel's Devils are currently 18-2 and ranked No. 17 in the nation following a massive straight sets win over No. 5 Oregon this past Sunday. In this episode, JJ and I discuss the hot start to the season, why he came to ASU, how he went from the hockey rink to the volleyball court, the best dishes from the team's "Chopped" competitions, and more.
Your Golfer's Almanac for October 15th Len Mattiace Birthday Dorothy Campbell wins 1910 US Women's Amateur Jim Furyk wins 1995 Las Vegas Invitational And if you play golf, you are a my friend published in 1999 Barbara Romack died in 2016 O.B. Keeler died in 1950 Bud Shrake Quote Today in Golf History is a GolfToons Production - Written, Produced, and Narrated by Michael Duranko. Visit www.golf-toons.com to check out our original golf illustrations and the humor essays accompanying each golf cartoon. Tour Backspin is a golf history newsletter celebrating the PGA Tour in the 1960s and 70s. Check it out and subscribe. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/golfers-history/message
What an interesting conversation this was! This week Anna is speaking withKelsey Edwards: an actress, singer-songwriter, entrepreneur and the “internet's big sis” for girls. Kelsey has battled some unique challenges in her life, from her father's infidelity leading to a broken family, to poverty, a severe eating disorder, anxiety, ADHD and most recently publicly leaving the Mormon church. Fast forward a few years and she is now a full-time entrepreneur living in Los Angeles, making her dreams come true. She can be seen in films like MGM's The Wolf of Snow Hollow and Minor Details, and she has a fun role in a new comedy TV series releasing this fall. She recently sang the National Anthem for the Lakers and the US Women's Soccer team, and her new song Life in a Box (about leaving the Mormon church) has over 100,000 plays across all platforms. It has created many opportunities to speak, sing and guest on podcasts such as the largest ex-Mormon podcast, Mormon Stories, and several other podcasts about mental health and spirituality. Kelsey also creates advice videos for girls to help them normalize anxiety, increase self-love and improve confidence. She just released an online course called Squad Goals to help girls strengthen their relationship with themselves so they can find and maintain better friendships—and know when it's time to let them go. This is an episode you don't want to miss! For more information on Kelsey feel free to visit the links below: Squad Goals Course: https://courses.kelseyedwards.co/ Instagram & Tiktok @ kelseymarieedwards YouTube @KelseyEdwards And for all of your nutrition supplement needs, go to www.drinkAG1.com/ANNA for your FREE one year supply of Vitamin D/K2 and five FREE travel packs. Please rate with 5 stars, review and subscribe to the podcast. Mad love!
Chamique Holdsclaw's legendary status was apparent from the moment she entered professional sports. After helping the US National Team win the Gold Medal in the 1998 Berlin Olympics, Holdsclaw was named Rookie of the Year in her first WNBA season. Her talent on the court and success in the WNBA projected an image of stability, but away from the cameras, Holdsclaw struggled with her mental health. On this episode of Edge of Sports, Holdsclaw speaks frankly about her struggles with depression, bipolar disorder, and fame. Elsewhere in the episode, Dave rails against the "anti-woke" Trumpist response to the US Women's National Soccer Team's loss at the FIFA World Cup, and Dr. Abdullah Al Arian joins "Ask a Sports Scholar" to talk about soccer in the Middle East. Studio Production: David Hebden, Cameron GranadinoPost-Production: Taylor HebdenAudio Post-Production: David HebdenOpening Sequence: Cameron GranadinoMusic by: Eze Jackson & Carlos GuillenHelp us continue producing Edge of Sports with Dave Zirin by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/eos-pod-donateSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/eos-pod-subscribeLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Show notes....9-25-23: Today, Season 6 begins with a new focus in light of a brain tumor diagnosis and upcoming cancer treatment. The podcast will return, still focused on sports, but more deeply than results. Toward that end, we could and should and must learn a lot from what happened at a high school game in Western Ohio on Friday night. USC is one of the best college football teams in the country. But it's not elite, nor are many programs, where it should be. You could see the US Women's Solheim Cup team flop coming, because of something that happened well in advance of the flop. Faith portion...when obedience really is, and why it matters. Find out more at https://spielman-and-hooley.pinecast.co
Today… It was a busy Thursday night in the Europa and Europa Conference Leagues. James Pearce reacts to Liverpool's slow start in Austria, and whether or not the Reds are still competition favourites. Brighton made their European debut with a 3-2 loss to AEK Athens. Andy Naylor was at the Amex Stadium for the club's historic night. And the US Women's National Team were back in action for the first time since their World Cup shock. Meg Linehan reflects on Julie Ertz's final national team game. Host: Adam Leventhal Producer: Mike Zimmermann Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network/Michigan Golf Live Podcast Ep 399 - Meet Kimberly Dinh - US Women's Mid Am Champion No amateur golfer in the nation has been on a roll quite like Kimberly Dinh, winner of the 2023 US Women's Mid Am (press release below). The remarkable story of Dinh - a research scientist for Dow - is one you don't want to miss. To help color in the story even more, we're also joined by her teacher, PGA Pro Kyle Martin The Fortress GC in Frankenmuth, MI. ---------------- Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Watch FGN videos on YouTube Check out our other sports pod: Church Pew Sports TEXT or CALL (989) 272-2383 to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions ------------ NATIONAL CHAMPION: Midland's Kimberly Dinh Wins U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur ELVERSON, Pa. – Midland's Kimberly Dinh rallied from a 3-down deficit by winning six of the final seven holes to claim the 36th U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship Thursday. The 31-year-old associate research scientist at DOW Chemical and GAM Women's Player of the Year the last two years, beat Kelsey Chugg of Salt Lake City, Utah, the 2017 champion, 2-up in the title match on the North Course at Stonewall. "In college, I never really played in any USGA events, mostly because by the time the summer came around, I was burned out and I didn't want to travel,” she said. “So having an opportunity to compete in a USGA championship after grad school, after college, has been awesome, and to win it, just incredible.” Dinh, who trailed in the match from the fifth hole through the 13th, tied the match by winning 12 and 13 with pars and 14 with a birdie. She lost hole 15 with a bogey, then won 16 with a bogey to tie the match again when Chugg made double-bogey. Dinh then took the lead for the first time at 17 with a conceded birdie-2 on the par 3, and then birdied the final hole with a nine-foot putt to secure the 2-up victory. “To lose a couple holes pretty quickly was a little bit frustrating, but I just kind of dug deep and never really panicked,” said Dinh. “Kelsey was playing great golf, but both of us were going to make mistakes at some point, so I just kind of had to weather that and keep playing. I said to myself, ‘I'll keep putting one good swing on the ball after another and see where it takes me.'” Dinh, who hired Stonewall caddie Mark Dalton for the week, was the 16 seed, and Chugg the 14 seed after stroke play qualifying. Chugg, 32 and a five-time Utah Women's State Amateur champion, was in the final match of the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur for the third time, and Dinh for the first time in three appearances at the championship. Dinh had reached the round of 16 and the quarterfinals in her first two trips to the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur. A former University of Wisconsin golfer, the 2021 Michigan Women's Amateur champion and a two-time GAM Women's Mid-Amateur champion, Dinh said she has learned from her previous golf experiences how to handle being behind. “I have learned something every time I've gotten to match play, just every time I've played it, I've gotten more comfortable with it,” she said. “I've learned that even if you get down to not panic. I've been in pressure situations and have gotten used to it. I used to struggle with it, but this year I've played with the attitude that I need to enjoy every moment. Like I said, keep hitting the ball and see where it takes me.” Dinh's emotions bubbled to the surface when she was asked about her family and friends in the gallery, including an aunt who had departed for Indianapolis only to turn around and return as her niece advanced through to the final match. “I really enjoy them being out following me,” she said. “They have been supportive of me through my entire golf journey.” For the victory Dinh received the traditional USGA gold medal, custody of the Mildred Gardineer Prunaret Trophy for the next year, exemptions into the next 10 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championships, exemptions into the 2024 and 2025 U.S. Women's Amateur Championships and an exemption into the 2024 U.S. Women's Open Championship. Dinh said Wednesday that the U.S. Women's Open was a bucket list item she hoped to cross off one day. “I'm super excited but I don't think all of this will sink in until I'm home,” she said. As for heading home, she said work beckons because she takes vacation days for her golf competitions. “I have a presentation I have to give tomorrow so I have to at least dial in for that, and then we'll figure out what the rest of the day looks like,” she said and laughed. Dinh is the first GAM member golfer to win the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur, the third GAM member to win a national USGA title in the last three years and the sixth to win a USGA national championship in the last 21 years. Kim Moore of Portage won the inaugural U.S. Adaptive Open last summer, and James Piot of Canton became Michigan's first U.S. Amateur Champion in 2021. In 2002 Greg Reynolds of Grand Blanc won the U.S. Senior Amateur, Randy Lewis of Alma won the 2012 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship and Tom Werkmeister of Hudsonville was co-medalist as Team Michigan won the USGA State Team Championship in 2016. Learn more at 2023 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Golf Championship (usga.org) Story by Greg Johnson and Mary Jo Green
Charlie Eisenhood and Josh Mansfield discuss the pine beetle infestation at the PDGA headquarters that will ruin their current courses, including WR Jackson, home of the Champions Cup (0:00). They also discuss the PDGA's plan to host the tournament in November 2024. Then they turn their attention to this weekend's US Women's Disc Golf Championships, the final FPO Major of the season. Kristin Tattar is going for a grand slam and the Regulator course at Cedarock Park is no joke (15:00)!
The ALL ME® Podcast Sudden Cardiac Arrest – Ray Castle, PhD, LAT, ATC, NREMT There are more than 356,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests each year with nearly 9-% of them being fatal. When looking at sudden cardiac deaths (SCD) in athletes, the incidence is 1: 33,134 male's athletes and 1: 76,646 female athletes. While there are various signs and symptoms that someone can look for to help determine their level of risk, there are also lifestyle habits that may be increasing your risk. In this podcast, we speak with Dr. Ray Castle, owner of Action Medicine Consultants, who has spent the last 35 years as a Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer about the significance of the emergency response protocol. Dr. Castle and I discuss signs and symptoms of SCD, potential causes, the types of tests that can help identify if someone is at risk, the role of the athletic trainer on a medical staff, and the significance of the response time and the odds of survival. Stay tuned until the end as Ray shares his story about his experience at the Boston Marathon during the bombing and how his team responded. Ray Castle, PhD, LAT, ATC, NREMT A native of St. Joseph, LA and a 1990 graduate of LSU, Castle has an extensive background in education, clinical practice, and professional service spanning over 32 years. Dr. Castle's clinical practice background has included experiences at the high school, college, and international (1996 Atlanta Olympic Games; USOC Sports Medicine Staff for 2003 Pan American Games; and 2004 US Women's Bobsled) levels, large-scale medical coverage and coordination, as well as extensive experience in emergency medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University, where he began as an athletic training student. Ray received his Master of Science and his Doctor of Philosophy in Human Performance and Recreation from The University of Southern Mississippi. Additionally, Ray is a nationally registered emergency medical technician (NREMT) as well as an EMS Instructor through the Louisiana State Bureau of EMS. Castle is nationally known and recognized for his skills and contributions to advancing the athletic training profession and advocacy for sports health and safety through 200+ presentations, research projects, and publications. He has served in various leadership roles in state, regional, and national organizations, including a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association Education Council (2004-2008), Board Commissioner on the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) from 2011-2017, and Vice-President of the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association (2013-2016). Ray is also the recipient of numerous awards and accolades, including National Athletic Trainers' Association Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer (MDAT) in 2017, induction into the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in 2014, and Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame in 2019. Additionally, Castle and three LSU Athletic Training Students were recognized with a Concurrent Resolution from Louisiana State Senate for their emergency response roles at the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. After a 20-year stay at LSU where he was Professor and Athletic Training Program Director, Castle transitioned in August 2022 to devote his energy and passion to Action Medicine Consultants, LLC, as Owner and Chief Medical Officer since 2012. His company provides sports medicine event coordination; emergency medicine and response training; EAP development and audits for organizations; and continuing education courses. One of his most recent activities was serving as a consultant for the Louisiana High School Athletics Association in the development and implementation of its Pre-Game Administrative Conference (PAC), or “medical time-out” program. He currently serves as medical coordinator for over 20 large-scale events in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Ray is married to the former Katherine Vanduzee of Baton Rouge, LA. Katherine is an administrative assistant who attended LSU. Follow Ray Castle Website: Twitter: @actionmedco Instagram: @actionmedco LinkedIn: @actionmedco Follow Us: Twitter: @theTHF Instagram: @theTHF Facebook: Taylor Hooton Foundation #ALLMEPEDFREE Contact Us: Email: Phone: 214-449-1990 ALL ME Assembly Programs:
Remember the last time the US won a World Cup title? It was on the women's side of course (go figure!). Down 1-0 at halftime, but clawing back and getting it done 4-2 in a thrilling session of overtime against a formidable Australian side. No?! You don't remember? Oh, right! You're probably thinking of 2019, when the USWNT won in France. Well guess what? That wasn't the last time the US won a World Cup title, and we're here to talk about it! In this episode, Colin chats with fellow footy traveler (and World Cup Champion!) Rebecca Ostrander about US Soccer's Extended National Teams (ENTs), the US Women's CP National Team's 2022 IFCPF World Cup Championship, and what it means to support 'soccer for everybody' in the great United States. Foot(y)notes: Learn more about US Soccer's Extended National Teams. ...and read more about the Women's CP National Team's 2022 World Cup victory. Support the Extended National Teams with a donation. Be sure to select 'Para 7-a-side' under the 'National Team preference' menu on the second page. ...and follow all nine of them on the Extended National Teams' Instagram page. Upcoming schedule for US Soccer ENTs: Sept 20 - Oct 8 | 2023 Deaf World Championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Oct 15 - 20 | 2023 FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup in Sydney, Australia Nov 17 - 26 | 2023 Parapan American Games in Santiago, Chile
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon, in for Covino and Rich, react to a controversy in the world of soccer. Jason breaks down what is next for Shohei Ohtani after his injury. Jason believes Carli Lloyd should become the new head coach for the US Women's National Team. Plus, Giannis is laying out some demands for the Milwaukee Bucks! #jssSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
GM Melik Khachiyan is a top player and former chess Olympian. He is also a trainer who has taught many future GMs and has coached the US Women's national team for many years. Despite his many successes, Melik had never won a US Championship of his own…until this year. In 2023, Melik beat out many higher-rated U.S. legends to comfortably win the U.S. Senior Championship! In our conversation, Melik takes us behind the scenes of the games and opening preparation, and his training regimen during the weeks leading up to the tournament. Melik thinks that he was propelled to victory by a couple of decisions in particular: 1) a focus on physical fitness and 2) his staying active in competitive chess. Melik always has lots of chess knowledge to impart, but his recent successes highlight the importance of perseverance, both at and away from the board. And of course, as GM Levon Aronian's childhood coach, and a former student of World Champion Tigran Petrosian, Melik always has a few stories to share. You can find timestamps of topics discussed below. Thanks to our presenting chess education sponsors, Chessable.com. New courses include: Starting Out: The Scotch by Fiona Steil-Antoni and IM Alex Astaneh Techniques of Positional Play featuring GM Peter Heine Nielsen Check out my favorite Chessable courses here: You can check out some of my recommended courses here: https://go.chessable.com/perpetual-chess-podcast/ My prior interview with Melik: Episode 64 with GM Melik Khachiyan 0:00- Melik explains the story behind his last-minute invitation to the U.S. Senior Championship. 5:00- What did Melik do to change his chess training and fitness routine leading up the tournament? Mentioned: Khachiyan-Root 2023 12:00- Patreon mailbag question- “How has Melik's tournament approach changed over the years?” 20:00- Did Melik gain an edge over his competitors by continuing to compete? Mentioned: GM Alex Fishbein 25:00- Patreon mailbag question: Has Melik changed his opening repertoire in recent years? 30:00- What was the story behind Melik's game with Dlugy which began with the unusual sequence 1. Nf3 c5 2. C3 ? Melik also discusses his unusual preparation for GM Patrick Wolff Mentioned: Khachiyan-Dlugy 2023, Khachiyan-Wolff 2023 39:00- What does Melik do to deal with sleep problems that occur during tournaments? 42:00- What are Melik's memories of competing in the 1996 Olimpiad in Yerevan, with his then student FM Levon Aronian, also on the Armenian team? 44:00- In my recent interview with GM Aronian he discussed traveling to tournaments in the cargo department of a plane. What were Melik's recollections of those rides? What does Melik think Levon learned from growing up so poor? Mentioned: Episode 341 with GM Levon Aronian 50:00- How was World Champion GM Tigran Petrosian's table tennis game? What did Tigran think of speed chess? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Enemies List, Rick Wilson talks with Barbara Walter, author of How Civil Wars Start: And How To Stop Them. They discuss conditions that lead to modern civil wars, the role of ethnic entrepreneurs, and political polarization vs political violence. Walter assesses the US's current state of democracy and the need to regulate social media algorithms to reduce the risk of violence. Finally, she encourages graciousness toward the US Women's Soccer Team's after their loss. Is graciousness still possible in America? Timestamps: [00:00:01] Civil war risk factors identified. [00:04:04] Political violence risk in partial democracies [00:07:39] Political violence acceptable: rising engagement [00:11:20] Transitioning to multi-ethnic democracy: Risk of civil war? [00:15:18] Two sides, hyperpolarized, no violence. [00:19:09] Anti-slavery movement leads to Trump. [00:23:14] Ethnic entrepreneurs exploit crisis. [00:27:29] Prevent civil war: Strengthen democracy, reform system. [00:31:25] Regulate social media to reduce violence. [00:34:53] Social media fuels civil war chaos. Follow Resolute Square: Instagram Twitter TikTok Find out more at Resolute Square Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dennis remembers George Bernard Shaw saying that youth is wasted on the young… and how it inspired him not to let that happen to him. Dennis needed to be left alone as a child. Julie just returned from London and Berlin and shares some takeaways. When you know evil… you do not use the word loosely. God wants us to be good… why is that a controversial statement? Freedom of religion is a privilege in the United States that goes unappreciated. Dennis believes the shutdown of churches and synagogues wasn't about health. Dennis salutes the Germans for grappling with their past. Other topics include: King Solomon's ring... this to shall pass; Check Point Charlie; Dennis recalls travelling to Communist Russia; the ungrateful US Women's Soccer team; people don't realize Ideologies are luxuries; D+J's objection to the Left is more about morality than politics; the Left pushes race, Communism pushes class… the individual is nothing; East Berlin; The Holocaust Memorial in Berlin.Music: Straight to the Point c 2022Richard Friedman Music Publishing 100%Richard Friedman Writers 100%ASCAP (PRO)IPI128741568RichardFriedmanMusic.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show we've got 4 Rounds in the magazine .. ROUND 1: Trevor Reed story. It's wild, shocking, it's everything! ROUND 2: US Women's Soccer Team is ELIMINATED from World Cup - Raponie fallout ROUND 3: Musk vs. Zuck ... who do ya got? ROUND 4: Chaps wants to talk Camels SAVED ROUNDS NEW AMSTERDAM VODKA - If you're interested in donating, visit http://barstoolsports.com/winsforwarriors to help us reach our goal! STRAIGHT TALK - Learn More at http://www.straighttalk.com/mulitline?utm_medium=BAC&utm_campaign=AW&utm_content=EVRGRN&utm_term=GNRC-%epid!_%ecid! ZYN - If you're curious about what a premium nicotine experience looks like, head to your local convenience store, PX or https://ZYN.com to find out. WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/ZeroBlog30
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about everything that happened in a crazy sports weekend including Jake Paul v. Nate Diaz, the baseball fight heard round the world, the US Women's National Team getting bounced from the World Cup earlier than they ever have, Messi's continued dominance, and much more. Joining the progrum to break down everything happening in college football including Washington and Oregon joining the Big Ten; Arizona, Arizona State, and Utah joining the Big 12, what it means for college football and what realignments might come next (13:56-44:15). Later, 18th pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, college football legend, the man who saved college football, The General Bob Carpenter joins the show to give his thoughts on what's happening with college football, to make a big announcement for the upcoming season, and chat about Dan Campbell and the Lions (1:35:39-1:50:00). Later, 2x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, WR for the Carolina Panthers, Adam Thielen joins the show to chat about how things have been going thus far in Carolina, his relationship with Bryce Young, his expectations for this year, his thoughts on "Quarterback," playing for a new franchise, and much more (1:58:14-2:26:39). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
On today's Dan Patrick Show, Dan and the guys recap Fritzy's performance with Darius Rucker. The Athletic's Bruce Feldman discusses conference realignment in College Football. Plus, Apple TV Soccer Analyst Taylor Twellman shares his reaction to the US Women getting knocked out of the World Cup.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
US Women knocked out of the World Cup, Jamie Foxx apologizes for anti-semantic post, Italian boat crash, Johnny Manziel's suicide attempt, an influencer riot in NYC, Drew Crime, and more incredible body cam videos. Drew still doesn't get 'Namaste'. BranDon and Teebs were totally going to be on TV Friday... but the game aired on Apple TV+ instead of Bally Sports. The Players-Only broadcast is pretty cool. Kirk Gibson will join us tomorrow with Eli Zaret. The USWNT lost to Sweden in PKs. Womp womp! Our listeners aren't very upset about the loss. Megan Rapinoe says she's "changed the world". Livvy Dunne is doing 'gymnastics' on the beach. The public is turning on her. Ariana Grande is sleeping with her brother's doppelganger. Paige Spiranac looks like Trevor Lawrence. We almost lost Johnny Manziel to suicide and will learn more in Netflix's Untold series. He's a recovering addict that is currently opening a bar in College Station, TX. The latest Boner Army we ran into does not have natural breasts, much to Drew's surprise. Jamie Foxx is in trouble for an anti-Semitic social media post. Jennifer Aniston liked the post so she is anti-Semitic. A Twitch streamer named Kai Cenat cause a riot in NYC. We can't get enough cop cams. Here is why you shouldn't call 911 on your boyfriend. And here is the meanest woman being arrested while drunk. Drew Crime: The Lady of Silence: The Mataviejitas Murders is on Netflix. Barry Garza of Saline murdered his ex-girlfriend in cold blood. An NYC doctor killed her baby and then herself and nobody knows why. A boat crash in Italy left an American woman dead following a gruesome accident. The former cheerleader in trouble for trying to murder her long-snapper is kinda cute. Elon Musk is paying legal fees for anyone fired for Tweets. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
The US Women's National Soccer Team have found themselves in an unfamiliar position going into the knockout stage of the World Cup: with their backs against the wall. The USWNT, who have historically dominated the tournament since its inception and have never finished worse than third place, struggled through the group stage…and it won't get any easier, as a physical Sweden team awaits them in the round of 16. ESPN's Ali Krieger is a former member of the USWNT herself, and she tells us what she's seen on the pitch from her old team, how expansion of women's soccer around the world has elevated this edition of the World Cup…and why there's still hope for a USA three-peat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are on Day 3 of Grit Week and Podcasting from a hole in the middle of Ohio that we dug ourselves. MLB trade deadline and the Mets are giving up. Is the US Women's team bad at soccer now (00:00:00-00:17:47)? Hot Seat/Cool Throne including CFB realignment and a live cat joins the show (00:17:47-00:40:56). Bills QB Josh Allen joins the show to talk about the upcoming season, how much he missed us, his awesome work in the community plus he gets us good at the end (00:40:56-01:11:05:22). Bills HC Sean McDermott joins the show to talk about coaching, the Lombardi banner in the facility, becoming DC again, and a crazy trip he took with a fan (01:11:05-01:35:09)). Mt Rushmore of GOATS (01:35:09-01:51:46) and we finish with Guys on Trucks (01:51:46-02:04:15)You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake
On today's show, Pat, Pacman Jones, AJ Hawk, and the boys discuss everything going on in NFL training camps including what's going to happen with Trey Lance in San Francisco, how great Jordan Love has looked for the Packers thus far, Anthony Richardson getting all the 1st team reps at Colts camp, and much more. Joining the progrum is 13 year NFL Quarterback and ESPN NFL Analyst/QB guru, Dan Orlovsky to chat about his Justin Fields for MVP line of thinking, which QB's he thinks could potentially win MVP over the next few years, why he thinks this year is make or break for Dak Prescott, and more (10:32-30:01). Next, ESPN Senior NFL Insider, Adam Schefter joins the progrum to discuss the 49ers QB situation, what he's hearing about Dalvin Cook, what's going on with Jonathan Taylor, all the different holdouts and injuries, and everything else we need to be aware of (52:09-1:19:28). Next, creator of Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio joins the show to chat about the NFL potentially adopting the XFL kickoff rule, and tomorrow night's Hall of Fame game between the Jets and Browns (1:56:02-2:03:10). Later, Pittsburgh Steelers beat reporter for The Athletic, Mark Kaboly checks in from Steelers training camp to give an update on the offense and defense (2:22:13-2:29:01). Lastly, one of the greatest American soccer players of all-time, Tony Meola joins the show to give his thoughts on the US Women's National Team, Messi in the MLS, and whether or not he's going to be the next Head Coach of the Men's National Team (2:30:31-2:33:42). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show. We appreciate the hell out of all of you. See you tomorrow, cheers.
How does NY Knicks president Leon Rose get away with not talking to the media? Then Christian Polanco and Alexis Guerreros of The Cooligans podcast join the show to discuss the Women's World Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices