Anders lär sig mer om hur Jonas Thern använde sig av kinesisk krigskonst för att skrämma skiten ur Henrik Larsson. Johan kopplar en sorglig sång av Vikingarna till Malmö FF:s Champions League-framtid.Dessutom: Tom Prahls korrekta grammatik, Kamratuppfostran, uppbrända kläder i Wimbledon, neddragna brallor i Arsenal, Mjällbys högtalare, Kim Bergstrand kommunala söndagsresa och en allt mer granskad "Mr Selfie”.
Here are the notes I read from, responding to this op-ed piece and this review for a book I've talked to the author about but haven't read.Geoengineering Prologue or Epilogue for Humanity?Introduction, contextGeoengineering is becoming a more common topic as people feel more desperate. The common theme is that when things get serious, we have to put everything on the table, even things that may not work. The problem isn't if they'll work on their intended goal, but everything else. Over and over again in history, the unintended side-effects dwarf the intended ones. In fact, the story of oil, plastics, and most of our environmental problems today, since nobody chose to pollute but did try to improve people's lives despite side-effects they hoped would be small, geoengineering continues that story. Each time people thought they would solve. Each time it exacerbated and here we are.What got us into this mess won't get us out. It will get us deeper.Two recent pieces on geoengineering: Gernot Wagner book and David Keith NY Times editorial. Both results of months of just writing based on years of research and dedicated practice. I've met Gernot in person. Haven't read book but got some of it vocally. Don't know Keith but mutual friends.David Keith invited to engage by Twitter, which I think is disaster and one of our main problems today. People trying to checkmate each other in 160 characters, as he did in saying, please provide data.I will provide data, but not the kind he thinks. As you'll see, I believe history proves his approach disastrous.Both present unassailable perspective: we have to study, not dismiss out of hand, though I think they miss many have studied and out of thoughtful consideration and with difficulty but confidence reject.With 7.9 billion people, no objection to some studying. Plenty of resources.I don't say don't read the article or book. Besides that I haven't read the book, they mean well and want to save humanity from ecological catastrophe. Both value stopping emissions as primary.I'm not saying don't read them, but I recommend other works first. I'd startI may be misinterpreting, but I see them as approaching in two ways: at science and engineering level, understanding the situation, both the state of nature and the state of our technology, and innovating solutions. At the decision-making level, figuring out what we should do.I have a PhD in physics, I helped launch satellites with NASA and ESA to observe atmospheres, I've invented and patented several inventions, brought them working to the world, raising millions to do it. I also ran businesses, got an MBA, and coach executives at some of the world's largest and most prominent organizations, so I'm not a babe in the woods in these areas.How to look at itWhat data do I suggest and what do I suggest reading first, before their works?While tempting to look at it as engineering issue, I see it as high-stakes decision-making where we don't have the luxury of not responding somehow, can't possibly have all the information we want, and sections of global economy including millions to billions of lives affected, even human extinction in play.There is precedent, which is the data and history to learn from.Caveat: nothing is perfectly relevant. We are in uncharted territory. In all comparisons, more differences than similarities. But we have no alternate universes to practice on, only history of huge decisions. I don't like situation either, but agree on research.Each comparable itself could be studied forever in infinite detail. None had control groups or alternative realities. But like Gernot and Keith, I believe more study. At end I'll get to where lines of research I prefer could lead.Comparables and resourcesVietnamMcNamara and best and brightest from Harvard, etc.Data was last war. Sought numbers in kill ratio, etc.But underlying model was Domino Theory, we're huge and they're third-world, we beat HitlerJohnson focused on domestic agenda, where he was master, and just wanted this to go away. Didn't face it.Military said we have solutions. Believed they could overpower, had to overpower because of Domino Theory.Domino Theory was wrong, without basis. Numbers distracted from hearts and minds.Simple, enjoyable resource on decision-making: Path to War, "Television critic Matt Zoller Seitz in his 2016 book named Path to War as the 6th greatest American TV-movie of all time"Also Fog of War about McNamara's reflections looking backSpace shuttleSome data but not relevant so had to extrapolate. People felt desperate and scared not to act.Lots of ways to interpret. There always will be. In this case they made the wrong choice. They knew if they chose otherwise, people could always second guess and say they were wrong.Resource: One of Harvard's case studies of conflicting interests. As physicist, Richard Feynman's stories of decision-making morass.Building highways into cities, Robert Moses, Jane JacobsRobert Moses always had the data and always got the funding. But data and projections were based on a model as flawed and unfounded as the Domino Theory, that traffic implied demand and more roads would lower congestion. Opposite happened most of the time. We have to live with results for centuries, including today's climate and pollution.By contrast, look at Amsterdam, especially channel called Not Just Bikes. Amsterdam could have looked like Houston does today. Imagine Houston looked like Amsterdam and was as livable.Resources: The Power Broker and Death and Life of Great American Cities.D-Day and EisenhowerTo launch or not launch invasion where weather is difficult to predict, can make all the difference, and if you don't go one day, moon and tides mean next time might be a month or never. Hundreds of thousands of men's lives at stake, or all of Europe and free world.Resource: Ike: Countdown to D-Day starring Tom Selleck for focusing on the decision-making and teamwork amid civilization-in-the-balance stress.Green Revolution and Norman BorlaugFaced with people dying immediately, he did what he could to save them. Mid-career he saw the consequences. He enabled more population growth. He used the term "population monster". If anyone knew population, the consequences of its growth, and balancing saving people now and risking bigger problems later and facing the systemic problems now, he did.He spent the latter half of his career talking about the population monster, helping the Population Media Center, for example.Resource, his own quote: The green revolution has won a temporary success in man's war against hunger and deprivation; it has given man a breathing space. If fully implemented, the revolution can provide sufficient food for sustenance during the next three decades. But the frightening power of human reproduction must also be curbed; otherwise the success of the green revolution will be ephemeral only.Most people still fail to comprehend the magnitude and menace of the “Population Monster”. . . Since man is potentially a rational being, however, I am confident that within the next two decades he will recognize the self-destructive course he steers along the road of irresponsible population growth…We haven't acted, his prediction is happening, and geoengineering will at least repeat the problem, more likely augment it. At least it seems a close comparison.Also, recent PBS American Experience on him.Cuban Missile CrisisJoint Chiefs of Staff said situation was serious and we had to act before missiles were armed.Even JFK thought negotiation wouldn't work. It did. We didn't invade.We learned decades later that the warheads were armed, Castro had approval. If he expected to be killed, he could have launched missiles to kill tens of millions and start WWIII.Data suggested invading was best option.Resource: Movie 13 Days. I haven't yet read the book.CVS Drugs -> HealthAll advice was to keep selling their top profit line. If they didn't, anyone could walk a few steps to another store.Within twelve months they reached former profit levels.Big case: the abolitionists pushing to end slavery in the British Empire. 1807.Their model and mineI think they see situation like we're heading to a cliff and have to stop the car. They say best solution is to take foot off gas, which is pollution and greenhouse gases, but that doesn't stop the car. Their solutions are more like putting chemical in gas tank to stop engine.I'll grant that view, but only looking at climate misses full situation. Our environmental problems are more than just temperature. If they see the cliff in front and rapidly approaching, I think they see it like the end of Thelma and Louise, broad, flat, lots of space. Not cops behind.But more than climate. It's more like we're on a thin promontory or like thin pier over since there are many other dangers. To the right might be biodiversity loss, which could doom us too. To the left, pollution. About 10 million people a year die from breathing air. But we need more dimensions we could fall off so maybe there are land mines, which represent deforestation, and huge storms representing ocean acidification, and we have to construct more things to represent overpopulation, overfishing, running out of minerals, depleting aquifers, depleting topsoil, and you've seen the headlines and know many more, few of which geoengineering would help and most of which it would exacerbate, not buy us time.So geoengineering is more like we're headed toward a cliff, already with cliffs immediately to our left and right, and more, and geoengineering is like slashing the tires or causing the engine to seize violently, which might possibly keep us from the cliff in front, but first causing us to lose control. Here the analogy is too small because it could cause us to fall off both the left, right, and other dimensions, hit a land mine, get hit by lightning, roll over and crash, and so on.But their version of the Domino Theory and self-confidence blinds them from seeing anything other than one problem and all the other side-effects and the line of thinking that got us here.LessonsActing out of desperation, helplessness, and hopelessness, even when desperate, produces poor decisions.Don't have to ignore long-term to act on short-term. We can regret wrong decisionsStudy leadership and decision-making. Rarely do technical solutions to social problems solve them.Look for social solutions to social problems. Look at Mechai Viravaidya in Thailand, Population Media Center.Expect unintended side-effects to be greater than effects, as Norman Borlaug eventually realized.Then there's how to learn any performance-based skill: practice. Want to get to Carnegie Hall, Wimbledon, or NBA finals? Practice. If you haven't practiced, you haven't developed the skills. Want to live sustainably? Try! If you pollute more than the average, you probably don't know many solutions that work. Just spoke with James Rebank, a bestselling author, a farmer who started path to industrial. When he tried regenerative things he couldn't have imagined worked.Watch Fog of War to see how McNamara saw how flawed their process was. For that matter, the term fog of war comes from Von Clausewitz. I'm in the middle of reading his work, but listen to my episode with Marine Corps General Von Riper, who cleaned up the floor with the US military in the millennium challenge, playing a woefully under-resourced red team.Solutions?My goal here is not to be comprehensive, just some quick thoughts since I don't want to take too long to respond to David Keith's tweets.There is a solution that works. Not full solution but major part: live sustainably, as humans have for about 300,000 years. The knee-jerk response is, "but we live differently today." Yes, how we live is what we have to change. The longer we wait, the harder.I just recorded a conversation with a guy who lost his legs to flesh-eating disease. Would you rather live sustainably or lose both legs? Because if you prefer living sustainably, well he was minutes from death, but just returned from Tokyo with a silver medal and shared how lucky his life and great he's made it. He points out everyone suffers and we all face challenges often we didn't ask for. If he can with the choice you don't want, we can do so with the preferable choice. Only we'll eat more vegetables and live closer to family. Mostly life improvements.They downplay the possibility. Listeners to this podcast know I lived like the average American, probably polluting more, but dropped 90 percent. It was as hard for me as everyone, but once committed, doable. Once done, fun, freedom, joy, and better, because living by universal values. Actually, still going as skills develop.Engaging people we disagree with, who think there's no problem, who see population as impossible to changePope and evangelicalsFollowing domination to stewardship transformation (and Earth not center), grains of sand prophecy interpretation.Contraception: I haven't had vasectomy, but if you can imagine colonizing Mars, I can imagine an implant that can stop and start flow of sperm. Nearly half of pregnancies accidental. Nearly 300,000 years of human history was replacement level and endured. I can imagine a similar device for women. I can even imagine Popes endorsing.When we change our values we innovate just as much, but in direction of new values, which I propose to be stewardship and increasing Earth's ability to sustain life.We can come up with more solutions if we try. Few people are innovating by those values, certainly not in Silicon Valley, Washington DC, or academia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
QKWHS - S9 EP6: This Month In The 90's - September 1996It's a brand new QK format this month as we're joined in the studio by Tom Craine to do a deep dive into one specific month during the decade. And seeing as it's the 25th anniversary of September 1996 what better place to start...We discuss all the big news of that month, Wenger's appointment, Wimbledon's amazing run of form, a tepid goal of the month competition and what was going on in the world and with us in general 25 years ago this month... Enjoy! Over on Patreon the Quickly Kevin Fan Club is the place to go to get extended ad free episodes of the main series with exclusive content on a Friday instead of a Monday (yes, a whole 72 hours early!) head on over to www.patreon.com/quicklykevin where you'll also find bonus episodes each month including the chapter by chapter breakdown of the Steve Barnes / Bruce crime novel trilogy. Extra QK Film Cub episodes (most recently a review of Nick Hancock's seminal VHS compilation 'Football Nightmares') and a whole load of new QK Fan Club exclusive episodes coming up in 2021 and into 2022!Thanks,Chris, Josh and Michael.Fan Club: www.patreon.com/quicklykevinTwitter: @quicklykevinInstagram: quicklykevinEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Headlines: MLS and LigaMX getting increasingly hot and heavy, as do UEFA and Conmebol plus why that is bad news for FIFA. Premier League: North London Daerby [11:15] and City/Chelsea postmortems; wtf happened to James Rodriguez; Power Rankings and weekend preview ft Liverpool vs City. Rest of World: some Champions League madness [58:00] and thoughts on big USMNT roster reveal ahead of Jamaica/Panama/CRC games. Best Bets and top-notch GOAWs. Also, stay tuned for a fun discussion with Nigel Reo-Coker [1:25:20] about youth team experience learning from Wimbledon wild boys; the highs and low of West Ham including inside story on crazy Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano signings; high-profile move to Aston Villa and what really went down with manager Martin O'Neill and his unvarnished thoughts on the state of American soccer coaching.
Ryan Jones is a British Coach who has been working on the ATP/ITF tour for the past 10 years. Ryan has taken Borna Coric and Kyle Edmund into the ATP top 100 and is well on the way to the same result with young British hope Jack Draper. You may have seen Jack take the first set off World Number one Novak Djokovic in his Wimbledon debut this summer. Ryan comes from a strong tennis pedigree, as the son of Alan Jones. Alan famously coached Jo Durie to the top 5 in the world back in the 1980´s. All three now work together at Junior Elite Tennis academy in the UK. Ryan is clearly passionate about tennis and, like his dad, has discipline at the heart of his coaching philosophy. He gives us raw insight into how he works and what he believes. He also chats to CTC Host Dan Kiernan about:- The impact his father Alan Jones has had on his playing and coaching career. The traits he looks for in a player. Are Coaches in the UK too soft on players? The sacrifices needed to be a tennis coach. His journey so far with Jack Draper. If becoming a Father will change his coaching style. A great listen! Links Mentioned in this Episode:- Episode 103: Borna Coric - Ownership Episode 131: Facundo Lugones - Find a Way Don´t miss an episode of Control the Controllables! Check out our website, and subscribe to the podcast here! You can also follow @ctc.podcast on Instagram!
Taylor Payne is joined by The Athletic's Newcastle reporters Chris Waugh and George Caulkin to reflect on the trip to Watford, one that really should have yielded three points. First-half dominance was squandered and a golden chance late on for Jacob Murphy nearly broke John Anderson. George channels Shakespeare, Sean Connery, and Ozzie Ardiles in a statistical report on the club's attempts to be more progressive. We also hear about Alan Shearer's latest interview, with former Newcastle and Wimbledon striker Paul Robinson, and consider the difficulties facing young players coming through at the club. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We were joined by 1st Team Head Coach, Mark Robinson. Anne-Marie, George and Rob asked about Arsenal in the week and asked loads of questions from Wimbledon fans.Really interesting discussion on social media and mental health tonight by Robbo.
In today's episode, I have the pleasure of inviting Yogesh Kabra. With a keen interest in design and a business bent of mind, second generation entrepreneur, Yogesh Kabra founded XYXX in 2016. Born out of his own personal experiences, Yogesh was quick to identify a gap in the Indian innerwear market with its staid and merely functional offering and lack of product innovation. With the design, sustainability, and consumer insight being the main drivers of production, XYXX has created a stir in the market since its inception and become a force to reckon with in the space. Learning, adapting, and providing solutions to young, Indian men: Design, sustainability, and consumer insight are the key drivers of product innovation and manufacture at XYXX. Yogesh's aim, from the get-go, was to offer young Indian men a product that not only gave equal emphasis to design and functionality but also provided solutions to larger problems. Relying on consumer insight and experience, Yogesh believes in continuous learning and adaptability, driven by robust innovation and R&D. It is this belief that has led to XYXX to develop superior product and fabric innovations that address a plethora of problems specific to the Indian subcontinent, spanning moisture-wicking, comfort, quick-dry technology and design sensibilities that cater to the young man of today. Leveraging digital storytelling to create a holistic brand: As a young entrepreneur of today, Yogesh recognizes and harnesses the power of digital to grow his brand and penetrate the Indian market. With a robust omnichannel approach, XYXX is currently present in 6000 strategic offline outlets as well as leading e-commerce marketplaces like Flipkart, Amazon, Myntra, Ajio, and more. The brand's own portal, www.xyxxcrew.com, is not only a retail channel but also an up-and-coming lifestyle platform with a ‘Journal' section that resonates with the young men of today. Through this, Yogesh aims to provide his customers a holistic lifestyle brand that informs, educates, inspires, and revolutionizes the innerwear segment in the country. When not at the studio, there are many things that inspire Yogesh as an individual and keep him busy. A seasoned traveler and runner, Yogesh advocates for a holistic, well-rounded lifestyle that fuels his mind, body, and soul. With a dream to have a ceiling library, he is also an avid reader, who makes sure to carve out time every day to deep-dive into a book. The Oscars and the Wimbledon will have him glued to his TV unless his young daughter has other plans for him! More about XYXX : https://xyxxcrew.com/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/xyxxcrew/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Join Rob Worthington and Mac Johnson as they discuss all things Arsenal on our mid-week show - The Extra Cannon Podcast. This week, the Extra Cannon Podcast is back with a facelift! Mac hosts perennial guest Max Mishcon, as they talk tactics and personnel from Arsenal's 3-0 drubbing of AFC Wimbledon. The boys touch on Ted Lasso and debate Nketiah vs Balogun before moving into an in-depth discussion of all things North London Derby. They wrap up with spotlights as always. Also, we have a new logo! Like it? You better, it cost money.
Oliver Gage is the Director of Football at the Canadian Premier League and has a growing reputation for basing his footballing philosophy on a successful evidence-based approach to the sport and player development. Previously Head of Performance at the University of Virginia and Head of Performance Analysis and Technical Recruitment at Houston Dynamo, Oliver joined the Canadian Premier League as Head of On-Field Performance and Recruitment in 2019 before becoming Director of Football a year later. Oliver is also the son of former Aston Villa, Wimbledon and Sheffield United defender Kevin Gage. Kevin is regarded as a legend at the latter two clubs. Oliver is among the most dynamic and forward-thinking sporting figureheads in North America and has been credited with the inception of an innovative transfer policy, overhauling player recruitment and enhancing the quality of football within the division. The transfer policy implemented mandated teams sign four of their seven allowed foreign footballers through a league-run recruitment process that approved or rejected certain players, proactively recruited on behalf of clubs and offered teams players the league had secured. Although controversial and unique, other leagues have started to consider introducing a similar strategy following numerous success stories. In our conversation today we cover talent identification, player recruitment, surviving COVID as a new league, and ensuring that players are not overlooked during the critical ages of 16-22. This episode is sponsored by GoodSport! GoodSport™ is a natural sports drink that delivers superior hydration backed by science with a delicious thirst-quenching taste. And what's really cool about it, is that it's made from milk. It turns out, milk is packed with electrolytes and has been shown to hydrate better than traditional sports drinks and water. GoodSport ultrafilters milk to remove its protein and harness its electrolytes, carbs and vitamins to provide superior hydration in a clear and refreshing beverage. GoodSport™ has three times the electrolytes than traditional sports drinks with 33 percent less sugar. GoodSport™ is lactose free and provides a good source of calcium and an excellent source of B vitamins. I really enjoy GoodSport™ but what gets me most excited is the brand's commitment to fostering a positive sports culture aimed at getting and keeping more people in the game. GoodSport™ supports athletes with naturally powerful hydration and celebrates the natural good that comes from sports. GoodSport™ – Grab the Good. Check it out at goodsport.com. This week's podcast is also brought to you by our friends at Sports Refund. Many of you probably buy trip insurance, every winter I buy ski pass insurance, to make sure that if I get injured I can get my money back on that expensive investment. Well, many of us spend thousands of dollars on our kids sports club fees, but what if they get hurt? In many cases you cannot get your money back, but now with Sports Refund you can. And it's not just for long term broken bones or torn ligaments. It is only a 14 day waiting period, so you even get a refund if you roll that ankle or pull a hammy! For just pennies on the dollar, you can make sure that if your child gets sick or injured and misses a month or more you can get your money back, or your club can get paid. It's a great product, just go to www.sportsrefund.com/game and get your free quote, and if it sounds good you can either get your club to sign up, or you can purchase on your own. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions
On this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast, Elliot (@yankeegunner) is joined by Paul (@poznaninmypants) and Tim (@stillberto) to discuss the comfortable League Cup victory over Wimbledon and look ahead to the North London Derby coming this Sunday. First the group covers standout performances from the league cup victory and discusses how the manager can find minutes for players who haven't played much this season. Then the attention turns to the derby and firstly whether Granit Xhaka will come back into the starting XI. After the Xhaka talk, there's a more general discussion of what to expect from Spurs and the importance of the fixture generally. All that and more on this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast. Signup for our Patreon at patreon.com/arsenalvisionpodcast Get our latest merch at avpodshop.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arsenal 3-0 Wimbledon | Patino, Partey, Nketiah, Lacazette, Arteta, NLD & More! | #RawReactions SUBSCRIBE TO THE ARSENAL WAY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAbau7DblBT5Kd943sBbEWQ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-gooner-talk Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1dThyaKjTVTqZALEtDkt4q?si=o_KpQoNURVWHFo9_4lAlTA iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-gooner-talk/id1555266302 Please leave us a nice review! Gooners vs Cancer: https://events.lls.org/pages/nca/goonersvscancer2021 Contact: DM open @TomCantonMedia Thanks to our sponsor Football Prizes: https://footballprizes.co.uk/competitions/ Become a member, help support the channel and get access to exclusive content and logos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxMBYdQ6ixNQk0b8rAuNRw/join Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGoonerTalkTv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoonertalk/?hl=en
Our guest this week is celebrating not only her 18th year of playing professional tennis, but also her fantastic new autobiography "Transcendance: Diary of a Tennis Addict." In a career that spans two decades, 6 career WTA titles and almost 500 tour match wins, join host Jon Guerrica as we get to know this former French #1 like never before. Listen as we take an in-depth look at the start of her career, by winning the 2007 French Open junior title, to her biggest wins...namely her 2014 upset of Serena Williams in the 3rd round of Wimbledon, all the way to what's next for this tennis juggernaut. We hear her take on the highs and lows of WTA tennis and also the methods she's used to stay at the top of the game. This interview is so jam-packed with entertaining stories, that you'll be shouting "vamos" & "allez" while you listen from home. Join us for this fun look at a player that continues to entertain tennis fans with her gutsy, fiery, and feisty brand of tennis. Our guest this week, is the fantastic.... Alizé Cornet. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-guerrica/support
Embark on an audible adventure with Daniel Finton, Alfie Culshaw and Rob Worthington as they analyse all of the latest news regarding the Arsenal. This week, Chief Editor Alfie hosts in Daniel's absence, as he and Rob are joined by co-host of the Extra Cannon Podcast, Mac Johnson. The boys discuss the Burnley win in detail, how the defence dealt with Sean Dyche's side's second half onslaught, how the attack misfired and the interesting tactical elements associated with the team selection. Finally, the trio preview tonight's game at the Emirates against Wimbledon.
The Arsenal News Show EP19: Arteta, Wimbledon, Guardiola, Jovic & More! | #RawReactions Watch Tom vs Bailey Showdown on The Arsenal Way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b7mFSVlZI0&t=130s Patino article: https://www.football.london/arsenal-fc/transfer-news/imminent-deal-midfielder-explains-aouar-21629743 Jenas article: https://www.football.london/arsenal-fc/news/jermaine-jenas-wrong-tell-arsenal-21634712 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-gooner-talk Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1dThyaKjTVTqZALEtDkt4q?si=o_KpQoNURVWHFo9_4lAlTA iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-gooner-talk/id1555266302 Please leave us a nice review! Gooners vs Cancer: https://events.lls.org/pages/nca/goonersvscancer2021 Contact: DM open @TomCantonMedia Thanks to our sponsor Football Prizes: https://footballprizes.co.uk/competitions/ Become a member, help support the channel and get access to exclusive content and logos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxMBYdQ6ixNQk0b8rAuNRw/join Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGoonerTalkTv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoonertalk/?hl=en
Ian Stone is joined by Amy Lawrence and Art de Roché to discuss another 1-0 to the Arsenal as this weekend the Gunners beat Burnley. Today it's all about Ramsdale, Gabriel, and Tomiyasu as the defensive back six takes shape, we discuss Wednesday's match against Wimbledon, and then there's the big one: the North London Derby too - could Jack Wilshere do a job in the dressing room? RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Ramsdale love in (01.30) PART 2a - Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (12.30) PART 2b - Wimbledon preview (30.00) PART 3 - Wilshere (35.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S9 EP4: Wimbledon and Barnet documentaries with Ben Clarke This week Ben Clarke joins us as we watch two episodes of the documentary series 'The London Programme' - the first focuses on Wimbledon's Crazy Gang in the 90's (look out for an amazing cameo on Dean Holdsworth's stag do!) and their mid season friendly with the mighty Real Madrid. If you want to watch you can find it here;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk5pqwzEJuA And the second episode looks at Barry Fry and chairman Stan Flashman's volatile relationship whilst in charge of Barnet. It has to be seen to be believed. Available here...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HJw5m8Us9c&t=41s Plus the usual correspondence and features we all know and love. Over on Patreon the Quickly Kevin Fan Club is the place to go to get extended ad free episodes of the main series with exclusive content on a Friday instead of a Monday (yes, a whole 72 hours early!) head on over to www.patreon.com/quicklykevin where you'll also find bonus episodes each month including the chapter by chapter breakdown of the Steve Barnes / Bruce crime novel trilogy. Extra QK Film Cub episodes (most recently a review of Nick Hancock's seminal VHS compilation 'Football Nightmares') and a whole load of new QK Fan Club exclusive episodes coming up in 2021 and into 2022!Thanks,Chris, Josh and Michael.Fan Club: www.patreon.com/quicklykevinTwitter: @quicklykevinInstagram: quicklykevinEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Original Air Date: Feb 24, 2021 Andy Roddick was a tennis legend—#1 in the world, US Open winner, 3x Wimbledon finalist, and one of best servers in modern history. We talk about how to hit a great serve, what it's like to play against Roger Federer, and what is mental toughness? Patreon.com/toureshow Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
At Wimbledon this year, newcomer Emma Radacanu reached the fourth round, but had to withdraw with breathing difficulties.It was - it seemed - a 'bad' thing. There was concern for her welfare, and questions as to whether it would impact her future Grand Slam chances.Emma then proceeded to produce one of the all time great Grand Slam performances on the way to winning the US Open as a qualifier - without dropping a set. That experience at Wimbledon hadn't been 'bad' after all, it had been a learning experience. This is something we can all relate to. An event happens that seems 'bad' but later turns out to be anything but. Take John McAvoy - who was sentenced to life in prison for armed robbery - and said he would rather die than be arrested. How he says being sent to jail was the best thing that could have happened to him. The point is - we don't know whether something is good or bad, so better to avoid the temptation to rush to judgement and accept life as it is.**Follow me:on instagram https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/on twitter https://twitter.com/simonmundieAnd for the 'Mundie on Monday' newsletter - featuring three of the best Life Lessons from three years and more than 150 of these interviews - head to simonmundie.comFull episode with John McAvoy here: https://play.acast.com/s/dont-tell-me-the-score-with-simon-mundie/howourenvironmentshapesus-johnmcavoy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Steve Smith and Andy Fitzell interview South Africa's Raven Klaasen. Raven loves tennis as much as anyone on the planet. His story is remarkable; after his third knee operation, he was starting to think his dream of playing in our sport's biggest stadiums was not going to come true.He made his way to the ATP tour at a relatively late age. He has been a top ten doubles player for several years and was a finalist in two majors, Australia and Wimbledon.In his teenage years, Raven spent almost five years based at Steve's tennis school. He was the top-ranked player in his country but he was advised to rebuild and refine all aspects of his game under Steve's tutelage.He was referred to Steve by Craig Tiley, a fellow South African. Raven and Craig represent the two paths presented by GreatBase Tennis. Raven was trained to be a player and Craig was trained to be a tennis teaching pro-manager.Raven is a dedicated student of the game who always handles himself with class. We are confident that you will enjoy listening to Raven.
Welcome to the huddle with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! In the huddle today, Gus spends some real quality time with Marjorie Herrera Lewis, one of the most talented sports reporters and authors of our time. Gus and Marjorie discuss her passion for sports reporting and how from the early stages of her career, she knew that she loved writing and sports and to combine those together formed the perfect vocation. Her hard work and dedication paid off bigtime when she became the beat writer for The Dallas Cowboys for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Throughout her career, Marjorie covered college and professional sports, including the Texas Rangers and Dallas Mavericks, as well as tennis and golf. She also covered the Super Bowl, Wimbledon, the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and several college bowl games. As an author of numerous books, Gus and Marjorie discuss her inspirations and how she can interpret them into huge-selling books. These and so many other topics are discussed on today's Huddle Up with Gus!
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Heftiger Schlagabtausch beim zweiten TV-Triell Zwei Wochen vor der Bundestagswahl sind die Kanzlerkandidaten von CDU/CSU, SPD und Grünen erneut in einer TV-Debatte aufeinandergetroffen. Dabei lieferten sich Armin Laschet, Olaf Scholz und Annalena Baerbock teils heftige Wortgefechte. Der aktuelle Vizekanzler und Finanzminister Scholz wurde von seinen beiden Kontrahenten unter anderem wegen der jüngsten Hausdurchsuchung in seinem Ministerium kritisiert. Baerbock warf Laschets CDU vor, als Regierungspartei zu wenig für den Klimaschutz und die Digitalisierung getan zu haben. Erste Meinungsumfragen sahen Scholz nach der Sendung klar vorn. Norwegen wählt neues Parlament In Norwegen wird an diesem Montag ein neues Parlament gewählt. Den Umfragen zufolge stehen die seit acht Jahren regierenden Konservativen von Ministerpräsidentin Erna Solberg vor der Abwahl. Aussichten auf eine Mehrheit im Abgeordnetenhaus, dem Storting in Oslo, hat demnach eine Koalition aus Sozialisten, Zentrumspartei und Linken. Nachfolger von Regierungschefin Solberg könnte dann der Chef der Arbeiterpartei, Jonas Gahr Store, werden. Stimmberechtigt sind knapp 3,9 Millionen Norwegerinnen und Norweger. Nordkorea testet neue Marschflugkörper Nordkorea hat eigenen Angaben zufolge erfolgreich neue Marschflugkörper getestet. Sie seien sowohl am Samstag als auch am Sonntag abgefeuert worden, meldete die amtliche Nachrichtenagentur KCNA. Dabei sollen Ziele in 1500 Kilometer Entfernung getroffen worden sein. UN-Resolutionen verbieten Nordkorea zwar den Test von ballistischen Raketen, jedoch nicht von Marschflugkörpern, die über einen eigenen permanenten Antrieb verfügen. Das international isolierte Land hat deshalb in den vergangenen Jahren die Entwicklung dieser Waffe vorangetrieben. Mehr als 220 Umweltschützer bei Anschlägen getötet Im vergangenen Jahr sind weltweit 227 Menschen wegen ihres Einsatzes für die Umwelt getötet worden. Das geht aus einem Bericht hervor, den die Nichtregierungsorganisation Global Witness veröffentlicht hat. Drei Viertel der Anschläge wurden dabei in Lateinamerika registriert, die Mehrzahl der Opfer hat sich nach Angaben der Organisation gegen die Abholzung engagiert. Hinter den Gewalttaten stecken laut Global Witness meist Unternehmen und Bauern, aber auch staatlichen Akteuren sowie kriminellen Banden und Rebellen seien Umweltschützer oft ein Dorn im Auge. Waldbrand in Andalusien breitet sich weiter aus In Andalusien versuchen mehrere hundert Feuerwehrleute den sechsten Tag in Folge, einen verheerenden Waldbrand unter Kontrolle zu bekommen. Das Feuer war am Mittwoch in den Bergen der Sierra Bermeja ausgebrochen und hat am Sonntag an Intensität zugenommen. Behördenangaben zufolge sind den Flammen bereits 6000 Hektar Land zum Opfer gefallen, rund 2000 Menschen mussten ihre Häuser verlassen. Aufgrund der komplizierten Lage unterstützt seit Sonntag die Militärische Nothilfeeinheit UME die Feuerwehr und den Zivilschutz bei den Löscharbeiten und der Evakuierung bedrohter Ortschaften. Djokovic verliert überraschend Finale der US Open Im Finale des Tennisturniers US Open in New York ist der Serbe Novak Djokovic dem russischen Weltranglistenzweiten Daniil Medwedew überraschend mit 4:6, 4:6 und 4:6 unterlegen. Djokovic hatte in diesem Jahr bereits die Australien Open, die French Open und das Turnier in Wimbledon gewonnen und hätte durch einen Sieg in New York den ersten kompletten Grand Slam-Triumph seit Rod Laver im Jahr 1969 verzeichnen können. Der 25-jährige Medwedew feierte dagegen den ersten Grand Slam-Titel seiner Karriere.
On this episode of the Anywhere But Here Podcast Ant and Tom sing the praises of Emma Raducanu, the first British female tennis player to win a gran slam tennis final in decades. Her win at the US Open yesterday evening was especially sweet because of the hounding she received from figures like Piers Morgan and John McEnroe after pulling out of Wimbledon this year due to having a panic attack. Ant and Tom also went to a music all-dayer at which Tom also played. They talk about the mixture of excitement and anxiety of being surrounded by so many people in a music venue for the first time and the old bands they enjoyed watching as well as some 'new' bands they discovered. Also, Ant has finished the first year of his course and Tom has become the bassist in Sham 69, you'll have to become a Patreon support to hear the rest of that conversation, so make sure you sign up! Enjoy! Support us on Patreon Find us: Website - Anywhere But Here Twitter - @abhpod Facebook - Anywhere But Here Discord - https://discord.gg/cHQU4zn Youtube - ABH Podcast
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall winger Jed Wallace and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King, who's the godfather to Jed's oldest boy. They talk about their relationship on and off the pitch, what it's like to play against each other and what they would be doing if they weren't footballers. Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill joins the boys to talk about his recovery from covid. He tells us how he managed the team from hospital and how the virus still affects him now. Steve also talks about giving Jed his first chance in professional football at Portsmouth and how he could easily be a Premier League player. West Brom midfielder Alex Mowatt drops by to talk about their strong start to the season and gives us an insight into what Valérien Ismaël is like to play for. And Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson discusses how they've built relationships with Premier League clubs to take advantage of the loan market and how they've changed their style to attract more players. TOPICS 01.10 – Jed and Tom's relationship 04.38 – Steve Cotterill on his covid recovery and Shrewsbury Town 17.50 – Jed on Millwall's hopes for the season 22.29 – Alex Mowatt on West Brom and Valérien Ismaël 30.30 – Mark Robinson on Wimbledon's prospects
*)UN: Afghanistan on brink of “universal poverty” The UN Security Council says the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan is getting worse in the country's rural regions. The body met amid reports of rights abuse in the country since the Taliban took control. Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai says it will take more than statements to ensure the Taliban respects the rights of women and girls. *) US marks 20 years since 9/11 attacks Saturday will mark 20 years since two planes flew into the World Trade Center buildings in New York City, killing nearly 3,000 people. A third plane crashed into the Pentagon, causing a partial collapse of the building. The 9/11 attacks led to a drastic change in American foreign policy. The US retaliation included bringing about regime change in Afghanistan and Iraq. But critics say the US approach has increased global instability. *) US Biden and China's Xi hold first call in seven months US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have spoken for the first time in nearly seven months. Chinese media described the call as “candid” while the White House says the pair spoke about managing competition and avoiding conflict. Relations between Washington and Beijing have been at their lowest point in decades. *) Turkey administers more than 100M Covid-19 vaccine doses The number of Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in Turkey has now passed 100 million. Turkey started its inoculation programme in January and it has been using the vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and the Chinese company Sinovac. The health minister says this is a milestone in the country's fight against the virus. And finally... *) Raducanu to face Fernandez in all-teen US Open final British 18-year-old Emma Raducanu has become the first qualifier to ever reach a Grand Slam final by defeating Greek 17th seed Maria Sakkari 6-1, 6-4 at the US Open on Thursday. Raducanu, ranked 150th, became the youngest Grand Slam finalist since 17-year-old Maria Sharapova won at Wimbledon in 2004. She advanced to Saturday's US Open final at Arthur Ashe Stadium against 19-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez.
Hugh returns to the podcast as Ellis Harrison scores a hat-trick. Hugh, Andy and Freddie analyse how the fringe players performed in the game against Wimbledon. Liam from the MK1 Podcast returns to the show to give you the lowdown on everything you need to know about the game on Saturday.
Mark Roberts is the world's most famous streaker. After his first naked dash, undertaken as a bet, he continued to strip off at every major sporting event - Wimbledon, the Super Bowl, Miss World and the Olympic Games. Following a 2001 conviction for streaking Mark had to surrender his passport whenever an English football team played abroad. British TV viewers will remember Mark's infiltration of Fred Talbot's weather map on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain'. A celebrity in his own right Mark has featured in numerous television adverts and a 2011 Banksy-produced documentary, 'The Antics Roadshow'. Read 'Eating Smoke: One Man's D escent into Crystal Meth Psychosis in Hong Kong's Triad Heartland.' Paperback UK: https://amzn.to/2YoeaPx Paperback US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0993543944 Support the podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/christhrall (£2 per month plus perks) https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-our-veterans-to-tell-their-story https://paypal.me/TeamThrall Sign up for my NON-SPAM newsletter and FREE books: https://christhrall.com/mailing-list/ Social media Links: https://facebook.com/christhrall https://twitter.com/christhrall https://instagram.com/chris.thrall https://linkedin.com/in/christhrall https://youtube.com/christhrall https://discord.gg/yqvHRUN https://christhrall.com
Rebecca Levin is a VP at IMG Media - We talked about growing up outside NYC - Rebecca was a Collegiate Club Rugby player and that involvement in and her contacts in the sport helped her determine she wanted to work in sports - How her career started in Minor League Baseball and all that she was exposed to with that team - How she arrived at Octagon, MLB Network, and then IMG Media where she's been now for over 10-years - Where she spends her time with clients including LPGA, World's Strongest Man, and New York City Marathon - The role of UFC since becoming a part of Endeavor - The rise of the niche sport - How IMG approaches content, and how Rebecca navigated World's Strongest Man during COVID - What Rebecca's clients are doing within NFTs (example: Wimbledon and Andy Murray) - Staying with a company for over 10-years is rare in our industry, so we ask Rebecca what people should look for and keep in mind when determining if you should stay with a company or leave to get a promotion/raise - The change in the relationship between athletes and fans Rebecca on LinkedIn __________ WNTBDT.com @ElliotGerard // @jonahballow // @keiths
She's a two-time Wimbledon champion, Olympic bronze medalist, and winner of 28 career singles titles. Star Petra Kvitova joins us for a short chat on Match Point Canada as we caught up with her while she was in action from the Omnium Banque National in Montreal. We also recap the Western & Southern Open from Cincinnati, discuss Ash Barty's dominance as a world no. 1, another final from Gaby Dabrowski, struggles from Canadians, a Masters title from Alexander Zverev, and look ahead to U.S. Open qualifying. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gav was joined yesterday by our Martin, and Sky Sports News Presenter - and Massive Lads Fan - Tom White to go over the weekends victory in a bit more detail, look at the transfer market before the window ends next Tuesday, and see who may be on the horizon for Lee Johnson and Kristjaan Speakman in the coming week.You can listen for FREE on Acast, iTunes, Spotify, & YouTube - get stuck in!What's the crack?How vital was that win over Wimbledon on Saturday?How good are the likes of Dan Neil and Embo really?Transfer Business; Lots to go over here... What does Tom think of our window so far?OOOOH VITO MANNONE? Are there any signs from Tom's end on the rumoured deal? Would he take him back if the deal is struck?Possible Ins and Outs; Is it looking likely that Will Grigg is going to leave Sunderland soon? Is a young Arsenal Full Back on the way in? Who are we looking to bring in if Grigg leaves, and how many players does Tom think we still need?Thoughts ahead of tomorrow night's Cup game against Blackpool; Do we really want to be focused on anything but the League?Is this shaping up to be our best window in years?All this and much more! Listen In! #SAFC #EFL #LeagueOne See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gav was joined by our Ant, Tom and Mike - back over from Dublin for his first match since lockdown - for a mildly inebriated chat about todays victory over Wimbledon in the League!What's the crack?WINIESTA; How class was Winchester today?Loch Ness Drogba; He didn't score but the big lad was everywhere again today...Geads; Not his best game, does he - and maybe Gooch - need a bit of a rest?PATTO; Young Patterson had to quickly stand in for Burge and equipped himself very well indeed, so what do the lads make of the GK situation?Tom questions Luke O'Nien's performance (and is summarily dismissed from the RR ranks for insubordination) and Gav drinks more Guinness than our resident Irishman.Full detailed review out soon/tomorrow/Monday. Aye. HAWAAAAAAAY THE LADS! #SAFC #EFL #LeagueOne See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tennis legend Billie Jean King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'TV critic David Bianculli reviews 'Nine Perfect Strangers' on Hulu. Kenan Thompson joined the 'SNL' cast in 2003, making him the longest-running cast member on the show. We'll talk about his sitcom 'Kenan' and some of his more memorable 'SNL' sketches.
I wanted to let you know about a fascinating documentary that's coming to Sky Documentaries and NOW on 21 August - 'The Wimbledon Kidnapping'. *I haven't been paid in any way to promote this. I just wanted to let you know about it! **Don't forget, I'm on a mid-season break on 25 August, so there won't be an episode then. See yo on 1 September!
Ahead of Wimbledon's visit to the Stadium of Light to face SAFC this coming Saturday, we were all thinking of a guest both sides would be familiar with and one name just stood head and shoulders above the rest, so thanks to a mutual friend we were delighted to be granted the opportunity to speak to an English footballing Icon (who happens to dabble in a bit of acting) to get his thoughts on... well... everything, and to see if he could recall much about little old Sunlun.We are proud to present the legendary footballer, notorious hardman, and Hollywood star - Mr Vinnie Jones!What's the crack?Whatever Vinnie wants it to be? Aye.As he was talking to us between shooting scenes for the upcoming second season of 'Law & Order: Organized Crime' we get a few insights into how hectic his schedule has been lately, and chat about his upcoming role in the latest of the 'Rise of the Footsoldier' film franchise.What are Vinnie's memories of Roker Park - and football in the north generally - back when he was playing for the likes of Wimbledon, Leeds United and Chelsea;Vinnie made a prediction that this will be Sunderland's season in League One; Does he think it's time for the club to return to the Premier League?His relationship with close friend and former teammate John Fashanu, his love for Gazza (and the story behind that picture) and his respect for Sunderland Legends like Kevin Ball, Paul Bracewell and Gordon Armstrong;His continuing battle with grief after the tragic double loss of a grandchild and his wife Tanya, and the reason he's tried to reach out to people (men in particular) about the importance of seeking help with issues surrounding grief, depression, anger, suicidal thoughts and traumatic childhood experiences, as well as his own battles with alcohol and smoking, and coming to terms with the past;Some of his favourite memories of crowds, the crazed abuse he used to get from total strangers, his love for the game overall and his thoughts on the progress made with things like racism in the stands;VAR; So... How does he think that would've worked out for him if such a system had been in use when he was playing?All this and much more! A fantastic chat with an absolute gent! It's been emotional lads and lasses... #SAFC #AFCW #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For this episode of Conversations, Dave Beech and Esther Leslie navigate Olga Balema's installation Computer to examine a range of formal, material and theoretical concerns. With a focus on the geographies of production, digital processes, architectural grids, artistic labour, and how domestic spaces have also functioned as workplaces since the onset of the pandemic. In doing so, they reflect on Walter Benjamin's writing on the reception, engagement and interaction of the horizontal plane in art, design and media, whilst interweaving historical narratives regarding Goethe's fascination with the Ginkgo plant. Dave Beech is an artist and writer. He is a Reader in Art and Marxism at Chelsea, Camberwell and Wimbledon, the University of the Arts, London. He is the author of Art and Labour: On the Hostility to Handicraft, Aesthetic Labour and the Politics of Work in Art (Brill 2020), Art and Postcapitalism: Aesthetic Labour, Automation and Value Production(Pluto 2019) and Art and Value: Art's Economic Exceptionalism in Classical, Neoclassical and Marxist Economics (Brill 2015), which was shortlisted for the Deutscher Memorial Prize. Beech is an artist who worked in the collective Freee (with Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan) between 2004 and 2018. His solo art practice revisits the critical traditions of photomontage, documentary photography, digital print, the photo archive and the photobook. Esther Leslie is a Professor of Political Aesthetics at Birkbeck. Her books include Hollywood Flatlands: Animation, Critical Theory and the Avant-Garde; Synthetic Worlds: Nature, Art and the Chemical Industry; Derelicts: Thought Worms from the Wreckage; Liquid Crystals: The Science and Art of a Fluid Form, and the milk projects, Deeper in the Pyramid and The Inextinguishable (both with Melanie Jackson). Conversations are a series of public talks with artists, academics, thinkers, and writers investigating themes, processes, and histories presented in the exhibition programme.
King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. In a new memoir, King describes her battles for equity and inclusion in the game, becoming an activist for women's and LGBTQ rights, and some difficult moments in personal life, including having a closeted lesbian relationship outed in a lawsuit. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new film about Broadway, from 1959 through the '80s.
King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. In a new memoir, King describes her battles for equity and inclusion in the game, becoming an activist for women's and LGBTQ rights, and some difficult moments in personal life, including having a closeted lesbian relationship outed in a lawsuit. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new film about Broadway, from 1959 through the '80s.
Althea Gibson made sporting history in 1957 - the first black tennis player to win a Wimbledon title. She also won the US Open and the French Open. Raised on the streets of Harlem, her story is remarkable. And yet she is relatively unknown. Devi Sridhar, Professor of Global Public Health at Edinburgh University, champions Althea Gibson's life with the help of the writer Sally H. Jacobs, who is writing a new biography of the tennis star. The presenter is Matthew Parris and the producer for BBC Audio in Bristol is Chris Ledgard
Welcome along to another weekend in the EFL where we saw goals aplenty and few questionable moments. Here to go through all your headlines and big match moments it's Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Faye Carruthers. This week: three's a magic number for Bolton, late late goals at London Road bring back Fergie time, and should time be up for Barton? Here's how it sounds: RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Welcome (01.00) PART 2a - Huddersfield 1-5 Fulham (02.00) PART 2b - Hull 0-3 QPR (07.00) PART 2c - WBA 3-2 Luton (10.00) PART 2d - Posh 2-1 Derby (15.30) PART 2e - The Odds with Paddy Power (21.00) PART 3a - Wimbledon 3-3 Bolton (22.30) PART 3b - MK Dons 1-2 Sunderland (30.00) PART 3c - Portsmouth 2-0 Crewe (34.00) PART 3d - The Odds with Paddy Power (38.00) PART 4a - Leyton Orient 3-0 Exeter (40.00) PART 4b - Bristol Rovers 0-2 Stevenage (46.00) PART 4c - The Odds with Paddy Power (55.00) PART 5 - Moments of Mirth (51.00) Get yourself an Athletic subscription here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
While there have been some excellent matches in Toronto and Montreal, we begin by discussing the unfortunate news that none of the Big 3 nor Serena Williams will play again before the US Open, after Rafael Nadal's ongoing foot problem has forced him to return home and Serena's leg injury from Wimbledon will prevent her from playing Cincinnati next week. Will New York be last chance saloon? Turning our attention to the week's tennis, Catherine, David and Matt talk about how nice it is to see Bianca Andreescu and Simona Halep back on court, review a bittersweet week for Johanna Konta, make some big Coco Gauff predictions, explain why Aryna Sabalenka continues to impress, try to figure out why Maria Sakkari keeps losing close matches, and dissect what went wrong for Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov. There's also a tangential debate about whether there's too much faff in tennis and what - if anything - can be done about it. The Tennis Podcast is presented by Catherine Whitaker and David Law, and features Matt Roberts. It is produced weekly year-round, and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments. It is crowdfunded by listeners each December.SUPPORT THE TENNIS PODCASTWe crowdfund The Tennis Podcast every December, with shout-outs, mascots and chances to take us on at predictions. For a reminder when the next campaign goes live, put your e-mail address in here - http://eepurl.com/gwWILXOr, if you don't want to wait and prefer to support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheTennisPodcastNEWSLETTERSign up to get our news, offers, predictions and Matt's Stat - http://eepurl.com/gbmzRXSOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - https://twitter.com/TennisPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thetennispodcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We´ve kept you waiting for this episode, but it´s worth the wait! Listen to our review of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships with this year´s Mixed Doubles Champions Neal Skupski & Desirae Krawczyk. Neil has recently reached a career high of 14 in the world in doubles. The Brit teamed up with Desirae for the first time at Wimbledon, fresh off the back of her French Open Mixed doubles title with GB´s Joe Salisbury. Also joining the review is Desirae´s coach Craig Veal. They chat to CTC host Dan Kiernan about the highs and lows at SW19 this year, their experience on Centre Court and run to the Mixed doubles title. They also chat about Neils experience representing GB at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Desirae also answers the burning question....who will she be playing with in the Mixed at next month´s US Open, Joe or Neil?! Enjoy! Connect with us! For all the latest on the Control the Controllables podcast, head to our website www.controlthecontrollables.co.uk You can also follow us on Instagram at @ctc.podcast We´d love to hear from you! If you´re feeling extra generous, you can leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts.
We were joined by Luke McCormick & Paul Kalambayi on Sunday night. Paul spoke about old school Wimbledon with Robbo using the Richmond Park Challenge, although Luke was amazed to find out that the acadamy used to run the course instead on cycling it. Luke discussed his passion for Love Island, his enjoyment of scoring the winner at Doncaster and Paul mentions that he regularly does one on one defending against Ayoub.
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day.Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd, Mark Meehan, Marco Worrall and Martin Wickham to look back at the 1996-97 season.Part Two of our look back at the 1996-97 season, one of the most memorable and emotional seasons in Chelsea's history, picks up the story in January, with Chelsea drawn against Liverpool, Premier League leaders, in the 4th round of the FA Cup.Chelsea are 2-0 down at half-time and it could have been 4 or 5. Gullit brings Mark Hughes on and the rest, as they say, is history. Thanks to Hughes, Zola and a Vialli brace, Chelsea forced a remarkable comeback to win 4-2 in what is one of the favourite matches of all time for many supporters.While Chelsea's league form held up well this season with impressive wins against Liverpool, West Ham, Spurs and Sunderland and a draw against Man Utd, resulting in their highest finish (6th) since 1990. But, the second half of the 96-97 season was really all about the FA Cup.A dramatic penalty by Frank LeBeouf in Extra-Time against Leicester, was followed by a routine 4-1 thumping of Portsmouth in the quarter-final. Up against bogey side Wimbledon in the Highbury semi-final, Chelsea put on the style, winning 3-1 with Zola giving the Wimbledon defence “twisted blood”.Reaching their second FA Cup final in 3 seasons, supporters believed this was Chelsea's time as they faced Middlesbrough. None of us could have predicted that Roberto Di Matteo would smash in a goal from 30 yards after just 43 seconds to calm the nerves. Eddie Newton wrapped things up on 83 minutes as Chelsea won 2-0 to secure their first trophy in 26 years and second FA Cup after 27 years. No surprise then that the player's celebrations lasted 45 mins after the trophy was handed to Dennis Wise. The supporter's celebrations lasted much, much longer!To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On Episode 211 of The Tennis Files Podcast, former WTA pro Vania King discusses the ups and downs of a professional tennis career and her latest project Serving Up Hope. Vania reached career high rankings of #3 in the world in doubles and #50 in the world in singles on the WTA Tour. She also won two Grand Slams, winning the 2010 Wimbledon and US Open Doubles Championships with partner Yaroslava Shvedova. Vania currently works as the Community Development Ambassador for WTA Charities, the philanthropic arm of the WTA, and is a Director At Large on the USTA's Board of Directors. Vania co-founded Serving Up Hope with former Chilean #1 ranked tennis player Hans Podlipnik to help give more human beings access to health, happiness, and equal opportunity through tennis. On the show, you'll learn how to improve your mental health, the most impactful technical changes Vania has made to her game, how to navigate the ups and downs of the pro tour, winning doubles strategies, how to avoid injuries through tennis fitness training, the importance of routines, Vania's inspiration for co-founding Serving Up Hope and how you can help, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Vania! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! Servinguphope.org Serving Up Hope Facebook Serving Up Hope Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last in our series of Olympic Specials is with the current British No.1 women's tennis player, Johanna Konta. Johanna has won four singles titles on the Women's Tennis Association Tour and in 2016, became part of Team GB at the Rio Olympics. Johanna reached the semifinals of Wimbledon in 2017 – the same year she achieved her highest ever world ranking of number 4. **Thank you to our founding partners Lotus Cars for being our special partner in this Olympic series. Did you see the Lotus designed track bike at the Olympics? What an incredible design. A high performance brand in every sense. Check out lotuscars.com for a closer look! Get you hands on signed copies of our new book, High Performance: Lessons from the best on becoming your best, right here: https://bit.ly/3xQwAsL Check out a brand new newsletter for our members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE! On the Circle this month:* Exclusive Podcast with Chrissie Wellington - 4 x Ironman World Champion and Global Lead for Health & Wellbeing for parkrun.* Keynote with former England Rugby Sevens captain Ollie Phillips* High Performance Boosts with British Wheelchair Tennis Champion and Paralympic medal winner Jordanne Whiley MBE, Olympic Gold medal winning rower Ben Hunt-Davis and adventurer Levison Wood.Go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com to sign up for FREE! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are so excited to welcome today's guest, Patricia Ladis. Patricia Ladis, PT, CBBA, is a licensed physical therapist and behavioral breathing analyst who treats athletes, dancers, and pregnant women. She is the founder of WiseBody PT, and was the co-founder of KIMA Center for Physiotherapy & Wellness, one of New York City's most highly regarded PT and wellness centers. She is also the co-founder of The First 1000 Days of Wellness, a global educational platform for practitioners, spas, and consumers to promote perinatal wellness and prevent non-communicable diseases in future generations. A former professional dancer, Patricia has been active in helping women before, during, and after pregnancy since 1999. She is the author of The Wise Woman's Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy & Birth. This book aims to empower women to listen to their WISE intuition during preconception, pregnancy and post-partum for ultimate health and happiness during these transformative years! Patricia has been an on-site physical therapist for The Rockettes and various Broadway shows including The Producers, Lion King and Movin' Out. She was also a PT for American Ballet Theatre and prestigious ballet and modern dance companies. She works with various professional players (like Serena & Venus Williams and Mike Bryan) at various tournaments such as US Open, Wimbledon and Fed Cup. She was the U.S. Tennis Team's Physical Therapist at the Athens 2004 Olympics. Patricia has appeared on NBC News as commentator on various orthopedic issues including shoulder injury and rehabilitation and back pain, been published in various articles (like FORBES & VOGUE) and books, and continues to be very active in the medical and the wellness communities. Patricia is also the Chair of The First 1000 Days Initiative for the Global Wellness Institute and is a delegate with the Global Wellness Summit. As a mother of three, Patricia understands the demands of everyday life and aims to help her patients achieve a balance in their body. She connects with her perinatal patients to help them have a painfree pregnancy and embrace this time in their life with confidence and happiness. On today's show, Patricia shares her background as a professional dancer and how she has helped many dancers and athletes recover from common injuries. She talks about diaphragmatic breathing (the benefits during pregnancy and really for everyone). Her book, The Wise Woman's Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy & Birth, is a fantastic guide that Marnie and I wish we had during our pregnancies because it's truly a holistic approach to having your healthiest pregnancy with a lot of practical tips covering food, nutrition, supplements, movement, breathing and so much more. This book is a must read for anyone who is pregnant (and a great gift for the pregnant women in your life). And this book isn't just for women; it's for men too as many of the suggestions will improve the lifestyle for the couple and ultimately the family. One fun tip that Patricia shares is that 70% of the health of your child is dependent on the man's sperm and what you do during preconception can affect the next three generations. This episode is a must listen for all, as Patricia provides so many practical tips and suggestions in this episode that will benefit everyone, not just those looking to become pregnant. You can find Patricia on: https://www.patricialadis.com Purchase her book, The Wise Woman's Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy and Birth Purchase the BuDhaGirl Wise Woman Bangle Set IG: https://www.instagram.com/patricialadis/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/patricia.ladis/ Thanks to our amazing sponsor:This episode is brought to you by The Healthy Place, an online and brick and mortar supplement store based in Wisconsin. 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Stephanie Reece became one of the most successful tennis players at Indiana University and was a five time All-American athlete. Professionally, she competed at the French Open, US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon. Stephanie had no idea how her physical, mental and emotional strength would be tested when her ex-husband killed her two children before committing suicide. In this episode of Flip Your Script, Stephanie shares how she is overcoming her grief and honoring her children, Harrison and Shelby.
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Judy is a pro fitness model, qualified nurse and fitness instructor. She became nationally recognised after winning the Miss Bikini Ireland model search in 2014. After being crowned Miss Bikini Ireland she went on to represent Ireland in the world finals in Cancun, Mexico. Judy is also a high profile model who has worked with the world's leading photographers and featured in many national and international publications. She has worked at many high profile events including New York Fashion Week, the Cannes Film Festival, the Monaco Grand Prix and Wimbledon to name but a few. She is currently a European fitness model champion. Since winning her PRO status she has represented Ireland in the world championships. In today's podcast, we talk about how to balance fitness with a full time job and some of the misconceptions around social and online media. Here are some of the topics we discussed: Her transition from Miss Bikini Ireland to competing in fitness model competitions. Her current eating and training regimen and how it differs from when she started. What to do if you struggle to hit your daily protein requirements and eating whole food to fuel your body. How to have a better relationship with social media and book recommendations to supported her. Eating well when doing shift work as a nurse Sleep tips to help with shift workers. Only Fans – how she uses it, who it's for and the misconceptions around it. Shownotes: Judy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/judyfitzgerald_/?hl=en Judy's LinkTree: direct.me/judyfitzgerald BRIAN'S LINKS: New Nutrition Course: https://briankeanefitness.com/nutrition-course/ BKF Online Program: https://briankeanefitness.com/bkf-online/ GAA Lean Body Program: https://briankeanefitness.com/lean-body-program/
Just to get it out of the way: we're not the biggest fans of Olympic tennis. Nevertheless, the Games brought up some interesting stories, old and new -- the fairy-tale endings that failed to happen for Novak and Naomi, the "mental health" conversation (or the seeing-athletes-as-human-beings conversation) that is changing sports discourse around the world, and the men's gold medal that wasn't. We've also got some thoughts on Naomi's Netflix docuseries, the extremely busy post-Wimbledon non-Olympics tennis calendar, and the blazingly fast women's 100m final. 2:15 Naomi lights the torch! There's a metaphor in there somewhere 7:10 Bencic is finally in "the talk," in her words 10:00 So, about the men's gold medalist and the allegations that are finally gaining traction outside of Tennis Twitter 17:45 Djokovic's Golden hopes end as a racquet is javelined into the stands 27:30 Final thoughts on Olympic tennis and 'prestige' 32:00 Simone Biles kicks off a conversation/uproar similar to Naomi -- the ground is shifting on how we talk about athletes, mental/physical health, and self-sacrifice 42:00 Post-Wimbledon events: Collins wins first title, Ruud vultures the entire summer clay season 47:05 Bertens & Bacsinszky bid farewell 50:00 Meet me at the altar in your Off White dress - GEMS Life is married! 54:10 Thoughts on Naomi's Netflix special 61:54 Our resident Jamaican track and field fan recaps the women's 100m race, which lived up to very high expectations