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Doubles Only Tennis Podcast
Lisa Raymond Interview: Tennis Hall of Fame, Chip & Charge, and Adjusting to Different Partners

Doubles Only Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 61:15


This is an interview with former World No. 1 doubles player, 11-time Grand Slam champion, and the holder of the most doubles wins in WTA history, Lisa Raymond.I spoke with Lisa about her career, what she's doing now, and all things doubles.In this conversation we talk about: The importance of college tennis for her career & her opinion on if players should go pro or to college at 18.Her Tennis Hall of Fame nominationHow to play with different partners – including playing with weak partners.A ton of doubles strategy like how to execute the chip & charge, the serve & volley, & more tactics you can use to improve your game.You will also hear how she got into tennis, how she's seen the game change over the last 20 years, and of course, what we can do to make doubles more popular.See the shownotes for this episode here: https://www.thetennistribe.com/lisa-raymond-interview/**Doubles Ebooks** These guides offer proven advice to improve your doubles strategy.25 Winning Doubles Tactics:  https://www.thetennistribe.com/25-winning-doubles-tactics/ Serve Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/serve-strategy-for-doubles-ebook/ ***Download your free doubles guide to learn how to force errors and get more easy volleys at TheTennisTribe.com/doubles-guide/. ***Tennis Gear reviews: The best racquets, shoes, bags, & moreRead our written doubles lessons hereSubscribe to our YouTube Channel for video lessons

Rugby on Off The Ball
'Disjointed' Irish attack | Reliance on Sexton | Ireland narrowly avoid Australia scare | BRENT POPE

Rugby on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 21:52


Stephen Doyle spoke with Brent Pope after Ireland narrowly avoided defeat to the Wallabies and remained unbeaten at home for the 12th consecutive match, maintaining their World No. 1 ranking for the remainder of the year. Rugby with Vodafone Ireland | #TeamOfUs

Baz and Andrew's House of Rugby
Springboks bounced, England stunned and we're getting ahead of ourselves... again

Baz and Andrew's House of Rugby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 68:42


Ireland have reaffirmed their place as World No.1s after beating South Africa. France and Argentina won thrillers, and the All Blacks are back. Louis Ludik joins Greg O'Shea and Lindsay Peat in the House of Rugby studio to discuss: (1:00) Birthdays, retirements and concussion (12:45) Ireland's win over South Africa (28:00) Jimmy O'Brien's big debut (34:40) Josh van der Flier for POTY? (45:00) - Stephen Ferris chat (49:30) - Ireland A get pumped (56:15) - France pip Australia and England lose to Los Pumas (63:00) - The Beast beasts Alun Wyn Jones (64:20) - Women's World Cup final preview

The Shotgun Start
Russ cooks, Collin gets testy, and further comment on rotisserie chicken

The Shotgun Start

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 33:24


This is a disaster of a recording situation with poor Wifi creating a horrible delay on both ends, but Andy and Brendan march on with a meandering Monday episode. They begin with a couple quick comments on their weekend at The Tailgate down in Georgia. They award multiple Thirstbuckets of the Week for Jarmo Sandelin exploitation and rotisserie chicken exploitation. On the golf, the WWT Championship at Mayakoba is discussed with Russ Henley closing the deal, a new player climbing the World No. 1 mountaintop, and Collin Morikawa getting snippy about some comments from the broadcast. There's some Bernhard Langer appreciation after another big weekend on the senior tour for him. News hits on reports of The Match 6 coming to the Tampa area with the TMRW boys and JT and Spieth under the lights. They close with a few more thoughts on rotisserie chicken, and punting on dinner rankings, now that this is in the news via a viral stunt.

The Indian Cricket Podcast
SKY's RISE To World No.1! Ft. Mumbai Indians' James Pamment | Cricket Podcast India |

The Indian Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 17:29


An inside look into Suryakumar Yadav's meteoric rise to T20I World No.1 Batter from the incubation center that is Mumbai Indians.Fielding coach of the franchise and friend of the show joins us to decode the SKY journey!

Fits with the Founder
Cobra's Ryan Roach and Pumpkin Beers

Fits with the Founder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 71:21 Very Popular


Cobra Golf's Ryan Roach joins Nick and Cassie on this special Halloween episode to discuss Cobra's innovative 3D printing method and the future of golf club design as well as whether they're for or against trick-or-treating and pumpkin flavored beers. PLUS: Rory milestone, Lexi gets a win, and more Halloween fun! (00:00-05:10) Rory is the new World No. 1 after a dominant 2022 and our brand ambassador Lexi Thompson is back in the winner's circle (05:11-07:48) Lydia Ko runs away with BMW Ladies Championship and LIV wants to make its own major tournaments (07:49-11:33) Cam Young is the PGA Rookie of the Year, new demos from PING and Callaway, and Club Champion content updates (11:34-16:33) Nick and Cassie's Halloween plans and traditions (16:34-51:41) Interview with Cobra Golf's Director of Innovation Ryan Roach (51:42-01:11:27) Yea or nays with Ryan Roach Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to the show! For more club content, follow us on Instagram: @clubchampion Let us know what you think of the show on Twitter: @clubchampgolf

The Golf Podcast Presented by Golficity
Golf Podcast 451: Rory McIlroy Returns to World No. 1

The Golf Podcast Presented by Golficity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 43:52 Very Popular


This week on The Golf Podcast we're breaking down Rory McIlroy's return to World No. 1 and ranking a few of the most popular golf snacks. https://youtu.be/jA8D_wu444w   Listen to This Week's Show Download on iTunes here Download on Stitcher here Download on Spreaker here Download on SoundCloud here Listen on Spotify here Links from this Week's Show Get the Golficity App: Download the Free Golficity App Here Join our Private Community on Levellr: Register Your Spot Here Thanks to this Week's Sponsors Titleist is committed to ensuring that every golf ball delivers superior quality and consistency.  From ball to ball, dozen to dozen we should expect our golf ball to perform exactly the same way, shot after shot. That's why Titleist owns the design, the technology and the manufacturing to make sure consistency spot on every time. They even conduct all the testing and quality checks to make sure nothing slips through the cracks.  Titleist is the #1 ball for every player and the #1 ball in golf.  Choose the best for your game and find out more at Titleist.com. Trust your golf game to FootJoy, the number one Shoe in Golf. Shop now at FootJoy.com. Don't miss out on all the action this week at DraftKings! Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app today! Sign-up using https://golficity.com/draftkings or through our promo code: GOLFICITY Thanks for tuning to The Golf Podcast!

Golf Today
MAJOR SECOND WIND | Oct. 25

Golf Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 66:20


Several days removed from Rory McIlroy's 23rd PGA TOUR and ascension to World No.1 win Cara Banks and Eamon Lynch can't help but ask... Does Rory have any major championship mojo left in the tank at 33? Sky Sports' Paul McGinley calls to weigh in with his opinion as well. The crew asks the same question of two-time major champion Lydia Ko after her 18th career victory on the LPGA Tour this past weekend. Sticking with the LPGA, Brittany Altomare joins the show from media day at the Pelican Championship in her natve Tampa, Florida! Brittany discusses everything from her affinity for the Solheim Cup to her quest for her first LPGA win. Paul McGinley (7:44) Brittany Altomare (42:54)

GOLF's Fully Equipped
World No. 1 considers a putter change, Freddie's viral club-testing video and Adam Scott proves he's a true gear head

GOLF's Fully Equipped

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:58 Very Popular


On this week's Fully Equipped, GOLF's Jonathan Wall and Ryan Barath are joined by Gene Parente of Golf Laboratories to talk Scottie Scheffler considering a putter change, Freddie Couples viral testing video, and recent club releases from TaylorMade, PXG and Cleveland.

The Functional Tennis Podcast
Former world no.61 and current ITF 35's world champ Fred Gil [Ep.168]

The Functional Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 30:18 Very Popular


This week I chat with Fred Gil, the former Portuguese number1 and career-high ATP 61 who recently became the men's 35's worlds singles champ.We chat about his career, challenges along the way, what he is up to now and how he will always be a competitor.Hope you enjoy the episode.FabioHave you seen the Functional Tennis Saber?Check it out here and don't miss the video of Stan Wawrinka crushing the ballFind us on Social Media:Instagram: Instagram.com/FunctionalTennisYouTube: Functional Tennis PodcastTwitter: ...

Desert Island Discs
Sue Barker, presenter and tennis player

Desert Island Discs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 36:16 Very Popular


Sue Barker is a television presenter and former professional tennis player. She presented the BBC's Wimbledon coverage for nearly three decades, before stepping down this year, when she received a standing ovation. Sue was born in Devon in 1956, and was educated at the Marist Convent School where she had a reputation for being naughty – until her PE teacher, Mrs Chadwick, diverted her energy into tennis. Aged 11 she was selected for training by the local tennis coach Arthur Roberts, who had already guided players to Grand Slam titles. Sue started playing – and winning – junior tournaments. She turned professional at 17, and moved to the US, joining a new women's tour set up by Billie Jean King. During her career, she reached the ranking of World No. 3, playing and defeating her contemporaries, including Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Evonne Goolagong and Virginia Wade. Her biggest win came at the French Open in 1976 where, aged 20, she took her first – and only – Grand Slam title. Her biggest disappointment came at Wimbledon the following year, when she lost in the semi-final, despite being the clear favourite. Plagued by injuries, she retired from tennis in 1985. She began commentating on Australia's Channel 7, before moving to BskyB in the UK, and then joining the BBC in 1993. She has hosted Wimbledon, Grandstand, the Summer and Winter Olympics, the Commonwealth Games, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, and A Question of Sport. When she announced her retirement from TV, her idol Billie Jean King called her the GOAT, the ‘greatest of all time'. DISC ONE: Run Boy Run by Woodkid DISC TWO: Piano Concerto in A minor, composed by Edvard Grieg and performed by Sir Clifford Curzon (piano) and London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Øivin Fjeldstad DISC THREE: Harry Hippie by Bobby Womack DISC FOUR: California Girls by The Beach Boys DISC FIVE: The Greatest Love of All by George Benson DISC SIX: Simply Beautiful by Al Green DISC SEVEN: Grandstand by Keith Mansfield DISC EIGHT: Philadelphia Freedom by Elton John BOOK CHOICE: All In by Billie Jean King LUXURY ITEM: New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc wine CASTAWAY'S FAVOURITE: Harry Hippie by Bobby Womack Presenter Lauren Laverne Producer Katy Hickman

Tech of Sports
Brian Teacher, Former Top-10 Player, Noted Coach and Full Court Tennis App

Tech of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 12:55


Rick is joined by former World No. 7, Australian Open champ and longtime tennis coach, Brian Teacher. Have a listen as Brian has a new tennis coaching app. A groundbreaking new tennis instructional platform may revolutionize the way tennis players learn, and coaches serve athletes. Full Court Tennis, a collaborator of the WTA & ATP … Continue reading Brian Teacher, Former Top-10 Player, Noted Coach and Full Court Tennis App →

Rock n Roll Tennis
Tracy Austin - former World No. 1 & Youngest ever US Open winner

Rock n Roll Tennis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 61:28 Very Popular


Another episode, and another fantastic guest. The youngest ever US Open Champion, three time Grand Slam Champion. elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, top commentator and pundit.  Tracy Austin. Tracy, talks about her career, turning pro as a young teen, her TV career and more... The podcast release day is now Saturdays, so look forward to your weekend treat, starting this week with the great Tracy Austin. Subscribe, share and review    

Twilight 9
Ep. 113: Presidents Cup recap | Sanderson Farms preview

Twilight 9

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 50:33


This week on the show... Max Homa is a star Tom Kim was electric all week Disappointing showing from the World No. 1 TV coverage has to be better Ryder Cup look ahead Sanderson Farms Championship preview Betting picks for the week And more! Enjoy the show!

TWILIGHT 9 PODCAST
Ep. 113: Presidents Cup recap | Sanderson Farms preview

TWILIGHT 9 PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 50:33


This week on the show... Max Homa is a star Tom Kim was electric all week Disappointing showing from the World No. 1 TV coverage has to be better Ryder Cup look ahead Sanderson Farms Championship preview Betting picks for the week And more! Enjoy the show!

AIN'T THAT SWELL
NEW SHOW! Steaming Heats With Wilko

AIN'T THAT SWELL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 74:39


What really goes on between the hooters? What stories are we not privy too that can  influence or transform the goings-on in an elite level heat? Who had personal beef before the horn? Who was a surfer's kryptonite and who melted like white chocolate? Steaming Heats looks to pull on the rashie to get the stories behind the results. Our first guest is former World No.1 Matt Wilkinson who breaks down the brain storms, brain farts, and wild off-the-lip tail-blows that delivered him three CT victories over a decade on tour.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stack of Stats
Stack of Stats: Roger Federer announces retirement; Carlos Alcaraz wins 2022 US Open win

Stack of Stats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 58:30


20-time major winner, one third of The Big 3 Roger Federer announces his retirement from tennis. Gill Gross (Tennis Channel broadcaster and host of the Monday Match Analysis) joins Drew Dinsick (NBC Sports Bet and Deep Dive Podcast) and Pam Maldonado to talk about Federer's retirement, Carlos Alcaraz' incredible 2022 season capped off with a US Open win becoming the youngest ATP player to win a major and be named World No. 1.The trio discuss Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's futures, look ahead to the 2023 Australian Open, and share a 2023 wish list. 

WTA Insider Podcast
Champions Corner: Swiatek conquers New York

WTA Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 13:51 Very Popular


World No.1 Iga Swiatek became the youngest three-time major champion since 2008 after winning her second Slam of the season at the US Open. The win is her seventh title of the season and 10th overall. Yet despite her domination this year, which included three hard-court WTA 1000 titles, the 21-year-old had reason to doubt whether she could go deep in New York. Swiatek joins the podcast to explain why. 

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
US Open Finals: Carlito's way grabs No.1 prize, Supreme Swiatek chalks up Major No.3 and Career Golden Slams

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 62:01 Very Popular


In the latest episode of Tennis Weekly, Joel, Kim and Chris reunite to catch up on the action from the US Open Finals, which saw Carlos Alcaraz claim his maiden Slam title AND the World No.1 ranking, and Iga Swiatek take home her 3rd Major with yet another straight sets Final win.They reflect on Ons Jabeur and Casper Ruud's chances at winning a Grand Slam in the future after their respective two Slam Finals appearances this season, and consider what Alcaraz's and Swiatek's wins mean for the future of the ATP and WTA Tours.They also roundup results from other draws, with Krejcikova and Siniakova completing their career Golden Slam and the Rafa Nadal Academy players faring very well in the Junior competitions.Joel, Kim and Chris also excitingly reveal the winner of this edition of Collect A Set!______________DOWNLOADTENNIS.COMTo stay up to date on all tennis around the world including ATP, WTA and Challenger tours, download TNNS Live Scores.Download on Apple PodcastsDownload on Google PlayFollow TNNS Live Scores on TwitterAnd check out the TNNS Lives Scores website at www.downloadtennis.com______________SOCIAL MEDIAShare your fan thoughts on the week with the #TennisWeekly on social media.Twitter: @tennisweeklypodInstagram: @tennisweeklypodWebsite: tennisweekly.co.ukWritten, presented and produced by Joel Girling and Kim MackenzieCrowdfunded by our listeners.Recorded on 12th September 2022. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Game To Love Tennis Podcast
Alcaraz WINS US Open 2022 & becomes NEW World No.1

Game To Love Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 39:52 Very Popular


Carlos Alcaraz is US Open champion 2022 after defeating Casper Ruud in the final in four sets and he now has become number one in the ATP rankings! ❤️ SUBSCRIBE TO GTL: https://bit.ly/35JyOhz ▶️ JOIN YOUTUBE MEMBERSHIP: https://bit.ly/3Fk9rSr

The AO Show
Alcaraz dazzles, Iga's star gets bigger, Ajla's 'Serena dream' (Ep 25)

The AO Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:19


Carlos Alcaraz becomes the youngest men's World No.1 following his sensational breakthrough triumph over Casper Ruud, Iga Swiatek adds a third major title to her growing swag by defeating Ons Jabeur — our panel of experts discuss the major storylines of the US Open, Ajla Tomljanovic tells how she dreamed up the win that ended Serena Williams' career, rising star Rinky Hijikata reflects on his Grand Slam main draw debut in which he took a set off Rafael Nadal, and Storm Sanders and John Peers claim the mixed doubles title on their first tournament together.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WiSP Sports
WiSP News Desk: S4E35 - S4E35: Eager Iga Makes it Three Grand Slams

WiSP Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 37:24


Poland's Iga Swiatek knows how to play a Grand Slam…. save your best till last. And that's exactly what she did in the US Open when she beat the World No 5 Tunisia's Ons Jabeur 6-2 7-6. The pair are now 1 and 2 in the world rankings, which sums up their year. Britain's Piggy March who won Badminton Horse Trials in 2019 added the Burghley title to her resume again with Vanir Kamira. This week the Eventing World Championships takes place in Pratoni del Vivaro near Rome where Britain will start as one of the favorites. In football, in the second of two friendly matches, the USWNT beat Nigeria 2-1 thanks to Rose Lavell's goal in the 66' following an own goal in the 24' minute. Uchenna Kanu scored for Nigeria in the 50th minute with a superb goal having worked round the US defense. Meanwhile England trounced Luxembourg 10-0 in the second of their World Cup qualifying matches. Nancy also has news of Spanish referees striking. In motor racing, Japan's Miki Koyama @mkhouse001 wins the Formula Regional Japan title. With three races to go, she becomes the first-ever woman to win a mixed FIA single-seater championship. In the W Series three drivers have been named in a F3 test drive in France. The Rugby 7s World Cup Championship in South Africa saw the dominant Australian team take the crown again in a thrilling gold medal game against their arch rivals New Zealand and France denied the USA the bronze medal. And with the death of Queen Elizabeth II sporting events which will now take place on October 15.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: September 12, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at wispsports@gmail.com.

SBS News Updates
PM bulletin 11 September 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 5:40


In this bulletin, Australia proclaims Charles III as King at an official ceremony in Canberra, another Commonwealth country to hold a referendum on a republic following Queen Elizabeth's death, and in tennis, World No.1 Iga Swiatek claims her first US Open title after out-playing Ons Jabeur.

Headline News
Alcaraz wins US Open to become youngest world No. 1

Headline News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 4:45


Carlos Alcaraz has claimed his first Grand Slam title after he defeated Casper Ruud in four sets to win the US Open.

The Tennis Podcast
US Open Day 12 - Alcaraz vs Ruud with World No.1 on the line

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 54:42 Very Popular


Casper Ruud and Carlos Alcaraz will face off on Sunday with the winner becoming US Open champion and the new World No.1. It could hardly get more tantalising. In this podcast, we chat about how they both got there, with Ruud winning a 55-shot rally and surviving a mini Karen Khachanov fightback, and Alcaraz once again going the distance late at night to beat an inspired Frances Tiafoe. How well did Ruud handle the match and the pressure of being the favourite? And what made Alcaraz vs Tiafoe such a special occasion? We also discuss the men's doubles final, review some of the biggest stories from the wheelchair events, and preview tomorrow's women's final between Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur. WIN A TRIP TO THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN:Our US Open dailies this year are brought to you in association with AO Travel, who provide the Australian Open experience the easy way. With AO Travel you can create your own package of flights, the best tickets, accommodation and premium experiences such as wine-tasting, behind-the-scenes tours, and even a Rod Laver Arena Walk-on Experience. Go to AusOpenTravel.com for further details.We are also running a competition in conjunction with AO Travel for one lucky Friend of The Tennis Podcast to win a pair of amazing AO Travel packages to the Australian Open, with two return flights to Melbourne, accommodation, four days of tickets and a Premium Experience. If you're already a Friend, look out for the link to enter the competition in our next Newsletter (sign up to receive our Newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletter). If you're not a Friend yet, you can become a Friend of The Tennis Podcast https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcast to be in with a chance of winning as well as gaining access to more than 20 bonus podcasts so far in 2022.FRIENDS OF THE TENNIS PODCAST: Friends help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. Two episodes of US Open Re-Lived - The Tracy Austin Story and Jimmy Connors 1991 - went up this week. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastRead our profile in The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/28/sports/tennis/tennis-podcast-wimbledon.htmlSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastAnd on Twitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Tennis & Bagels Podcast
Serena Williams' last US Open - a goodbye that left us wanting more

Tennis & Bagels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 51:46 Very Popular


Serena Williams. How can we ever get used to not seeing her name in tournaments again, or wondering when will she come back, after so long of this name being almost synonymous with tennis itself? As Serena Williams played her last match at the US Open last week, Andre, Vansh and Owen get together to reflect upon the GOAT's legacy, how she changed tennis and women's sports, her impact, and specifically her incredible run at the 2022 US Open - which gifted us with three breathtaking matches against Danka Kovinic, World No. 2 Anett Kontaveit, and Ajla Tomljanovic, who gave Serena Williams her last good bye.Listen to Vansh's in-depth tennis analysis of Serena Williams' career with Hall of Famer tennis historian Steve Flink: Follow TNNS and communicate any bugs and fixes, or just give them a shout out: @tnnsappFollow Tennis and Bagels: Twitter @TennisAndBagelsAndre Rolemberg @RolembergAndreVansh Vermani @vanshv2kOwen Lewis @tennisnationCheck out Popcorn Tennis!Twitter: @Popcorn_Tennis1Website: popcorntennis.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/tennis-and-bagels. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

SBS News Updates
PM bulletin 9 September 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 6:09


The United Kingdom begins ten days of mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth the second, COVID-19 restrictions ease further across Australia, including the scrapping of daily infection figures, World No. 1 Iga Swiatek sets up a U-S Open women's final against fifth seed Ons Jabeur.

The Quicky
Evening Headlines: Kyrgios Defeats World No. 1 To Advance To Finals

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 3:58


Welcome to The Quicky, getting you up to speed daily.  The Quicky drops an episode every morning with a deep dive and the news headlines, and we'll be bringing you the afternoon news as well. Every weekday Emma Gillespie will be in your ears telling you the headlines you need to know, to make your commute home that little easier. And yes, Claire Murphy will still be getting you up to speed each morning.  CREDITS  Host: Emma Gillespie Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to MamamiaBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS News Updates
Midday Bulletin 4 September 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 7:02


In this bulletin, The Greens call for a pause in interest rate hikes ahead of the Reserve Bank's monthly meeting on Tuesday; Argentina's congress holds a special sitting to condemn the attempted assassination of the country's vice president; and in sport, Nick Kyrgios believes he's in with a chance to beat World No.1 Daniil Medvedev at the US Open.

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
SBS Hindi News 04 September 2022: Rocket attempt stalled by fuel leak

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 11:04


In this latest Hindi bulletin: Labors plan to restrict employers from terminating Enterprise Agreements angers the Federal Opposition; The Greens call for the Reserve Bank to pause interest rate hikes when it holds its monthly meeting on Tuesday; Nick Kyrgios believes he's in with a chance to beat World No.1 Daniil Medvedev at the U-S Open and more news.

The Tennis Podcast
US Open Day 3 - Serena shines to beat Kontaveit. Can she win the whole tournament?

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:57 Very Popular


Serena Williams has got us all dreaming. After she played some vintage tennis to beat World No.2 Anett Kontaveit, Catherine, David and Matt discuss whether she can go on to win the entire tournament. How is Serena's run making us feel? What was better about today's performance compared to Monday's? And will there be anyone who can cope with the crowd and the sheer enormity of the occasion to actually beat her? We also talk about Jack Draper's routine victory over Felix Auger-Aliassime, Coco Gauff and Madison Keys setting up a third round blockbuster, Andy Murray's improved form and his prospects against Matteo Berrettini, and much more. WIN A TRIP TO THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN:Our US Open dailies this year are brought to you in association with AO Travel, who provide the Australian Open experience the easy way. With AO Travel you can create your own package of flights, the best tickets, accommodation and premium experiences such as wine-tasting, behind-the-scenes tours, and even a Rod Laver Arena Walk-on Experience. Go to AusOpenTravel.com for further details.We are also running a competition in conjunction with AO Travel for one lucky Friend of The Tennis Podcast to win a pair of amazing AO Travel packages to the Australian Open, with two return flights to Melbourne, accommodation, four days of tickets and a Premium Experience. If you're already a Friend, look out for the link to enter the competition in our next Newsletter (sign up to receive our Newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletter). If you're not a Friend yet, you can become a Friend of The Tennis Podcast https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcast to be in with a chance of winning as well as gaining access to more than 20 bonus podcasts so far in 2022.FRIENDS OF THE TENNIS PODCAST: Friends help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. Two episodes of US Open Re-Lived - The Tracy Austin Story and Jimmy Connors 1991 - went up this week. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastRead our profile in The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/28/sports/tennis/tennis-podcast-wimbledon.htmlSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastAnd on Twitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The West Live Podcast
Cam Smith joins LIV tour & takes mullet with him

The West Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 4:11


Cameron Smith has gone from hero to villain in the golf world after confirming he's defecting to LIV Golf. He's expected to get $145 million for the deal Rumours have been circulating for months that the World No.2 and recent British Open champion was poised to join the Greg Norman-led rebel series, which is controversially funded by $3 billion from Saudi Arabia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast
EP 122: Tatiana Weston-Webb - Competing for the World Title at the Rip Curl WSL Finals, The women's historic return to Teahupo'o, The road to the Finals, Her inspirations in Kauai, Her career journey, and How her outsider mentality makes her a contender

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 88:32


World No. 3 Tatiana Weston-Webb joins the podcast before she competes for the World Title at the Rip Curl WSL Finals. She breaks down her preparation for the title-deciding event at Trestles, how she's been training, how she feels about her seeding, the support team behind her, and her strategy once she's in the water. She talks about the last few events of the regular season leading up to the Finals, the women's historic return to Teahupo'o, competing in serious conditions, what it was like staying in Tahiti, and dealing with the pressure of the fight for the WSL Final 5. She looks back at the 2021 Rip Curl WSL Finals, coming so close to her first World Title but finishing second to Carissa Moore, the challenging offseason that followed, working with a sports psychologist, and starting this season at Pipeline. Tati also details her career journey up to this point, from her upbringing and inspirations in Kauai, the importance of Brazilian culture in her life, her introduction to surfing, and how her outsider approach makes her a World Title contender. Learn more about Tati here and follow her here.  Watch her compete for the World Title at the Rip Curl WSL Finals September 8-16. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sky Sports Cricket Podcast
Graeme Smith on South Africa's new T20 league, the future of Test cricket and captaining the Proteas to world No 1

Sky Sports Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 14:19 Very Popular


Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith joins Michael Atherton and Ian Ward to discuss the country's new T20 league, the future of Test cricket, his double century at Lord's in 2003 and leading the Proteas to the top of the Test rankings.

Rounding The Bases With Joel Goldberg
Ep. 765 Suzyn Waldman | A Woman in a Man's World-No More

Rounding The Bases With Joel Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 33:21


Suzyn Waldman is an icon of the airwaves. She's the trailblazing pioneer with a Boston accent who built a home - and a legacy - in the Bronx. She walked away from the bright lights of Broadway to make a different kind of mark for herself in the male-dominated world of sports. Now nearly four decades later and against most odds, she's changed baseball's broadcast game for women and men everywhere. The National Radio Hall of Fame Inductee and legendary Yankee's color commentator overcame sexism, discrimination and critique sometimes with grace, but always with grit. In doing so, she succeeded when many thought she wouldn't, and became a stalwart of the game as deeply woven into pinstripe lore as the hard hitting legends who came before her.

The Tennis Podcast
Canada - Halep & Carreno Busta champions, but what does it mean for The Mix? Coco Gauff is doubles No.1

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 60:54 Very Popular


Simona Halep is back where she belongs - winning big titles and inside the World's Top 10. How did she win in Toronto without always playing her best tennis? In what way has Patrick Mouratoglou helped her this season? And can she keep it going in New York? Catherine, David and Matt talk it all through at the end of a thrilling week. Elsewhere from Toronto, there's chat about Beatriz Haddad Maia doing big things, Iga Swiatek's dip in form, and Coco Gauff becoming doubles World No.1. Over in Montreal, Pablo Carreno Busta beat Hubert Hurkacz to win the biggest title of his career, and he looked absolutely delighted about it. We talk about how he defied our expectations this week, what his victory means for the men's US Open Mix, and a strong showing from Dan Evans. And the tennis just keeps coming! With Cincinnati already upon us, there's a battle for the men's No.1 spot and huge excitement for Serena Williams vs. Emma Raducanu. FRIENDS OF THE TENNIS PODCAST: Friends help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastRead our profile in The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/28/sports/tennis/tennis-podcast-wimbledon.htmlSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastAnd on Twitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Championchip
Episode #21: 3 Dorito Special - Back to One Way Market

Championchip

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:09


We're back from the beach and Mama Barrett went back to One Way Market for some special Doritos! We start the show off with "Smokin' BBQ Flavor," which tasted like barbecue spare ribs, then on to "World No. 1," which tasted similar to General Tso's chicken, and we wrap it up with "Cheesy Enchilada," which is from Doritos' limited edition Mexican Street Food series. Mama Barrett records her intro from inside the bathroom at 821 Cafe. Yep, that happened. Happy 21st Episode, Chippers! Follow us on instagram @championchip_podcast.Thanks for listening! Eat a bag of chips!

Midnight Train Podcast
”Hell's Belle” Gunness, aka Lady Bluebeard, aka ”The La Porte Ghoul”

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 97:45


www.themidnighttrainpodcast.com  www.patreon.com/accidentaldads Belle Sorenson Gunness was initially born as Brynhild Paulsdatter Størseth; November 11, 1859, Selbu, Norway – April 28, 1908?, Lwas a Norwegian-Americ Standing six feet tall (183 cm) and weighing over 200 pounds (91 kg), she was a massive, physically strong woman.   Early years   Gunness' origins are a matter of some debate. Most of her biographers state that she was born on November 11, 1859, near the lake of Selbu, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway, and christened Brynhild Paulsdatter Størset. Her parents were Paul Pedersen Størset (a stonemason) and Berit Olsdatter. She was the youngest of their eight children. They lived at Størsetgjerdet, a very small cotter's farm in Innbygda, 60 km southeast of Trondheim, the largest city in central Norway (Trøndelag).   An Irish TV documentary by Anne Berit Vestby aired on September 4, 2006, tells a common, but the unverified story about Gunness' early life. The story holds that, in 1877, Gunness attended a country dance while pregnant. There she was attacked by a man who kicked her in the abdomen, causing her to miscarry the child. The man, who came from a wealthy family, was never prosecuted by the Norwegian authorities. According to people who knew her, her personality changed substantially. The man who attacked her died shortly afterward. His cause of death was said to be stomach cancer. Growing up in poverty, Gunness took to milking and herding cattle the following year on a large, wealthy farm and served there for three years to pay for a trip across the Atlantic.   Following the example of a sister, Nellie Larson, who had emigrated to America earlier, Gunness moved to the United States in 1881 and assumed a more American-style name. Initially, In Chicago, while living with her sister and brother-in-law, she worked as a domestic servant, then got a job at a butcher's shop cutting up animal carcasses until her first marriage in 1884.   First Victim   In 1884, Gunness married Mads Ditlev Anton Sorenson in Chicago, Illinois, where, two years later, they opened a candy store. The business was unsuccessful, and the shop mysteriously burned down within a year. They collected the insurance, which paid for another home.   Some researchers tend to believe that the marriage to Sorenson produced no offspring. However, Neighbors gossiped about the babies since Belle never appeared to be pregnant. Other investigators report that the couple had four children: Caroline, Axel, Myrtle, and Lucy. Caroline and Axel died in infancy, allegedly of acute colitis. The symptoms of acute colitis — nausea, fever, diarrhea, and lower abdominal pain and cramping — are also symptoms of many forms of poisoning. Caroline's and Axel's lives were reportedly insured, and the insurance company paid.   A May 7, 1908 article in The New York Times states that two children belonging to Gunness and her husband Mads Sorensen were interred in her plot in Forest Home cemetery.   On June 13, 1900, Gunness and her family were counted on the United States Census in Chicago. The census recorded her as the mother of four children; only two were living: Myrtle A., 3, and Lucy B., 1. An adopted 10-year-old girl, possibly identified as Morgan Couch but later known as Jennie Olsen, was also counted in the household.   Sorenson died on July 30, 1900, reportedly the only day on which two life insurance policies on him overlapped. Both policies were active simultaneously, as one would expire that day, and the other would begin. The first doctor to see him thought he was suffering from strychnine poisoning. However, the Sorensons' family doctor had been treating him for an enlarged heart, and he concluded that heart failure caused death. An autopsy was considered unnecessary because the death was not thought suspicious. Sorenson died of cerebral hemorrhage that day. Gunness explained he had come home with a headache, and she provided him with quinine powder for the pain; she later checked on him, and he was dead.   She applied for the insurance money the day after her husband's funeral. Sorenson's relatives claimed Gunness had poisoned her husband to collect on the insurance. Surviving records suggest that an inquest was ordered. It is unclear, however, whether that investigation actually occurred or Sorenson's body was ever exhumed to check for arsenic, as his relatives demanded. The insurance companies awarded her $8,500 (about $299,838.51 in today's dollars), with which she bought a pig farm on the outskirts of La Porte, Indiana.   Suspicion of murder   In 1901, Gunness purchased a house on McClung Road. It's been reported that both the boat and carriage houses burned to the ground shortly after she acquired the property.   As she was preparing to move from Chicago to LaPorte, she became re-acquainted with a recent widower, Peter Gunness, also Norwegian-born. They were married in LaPorte on April 1, 1902; just one week after the ceremony, Peter's infant daughter died (of uncertain causes) while alone in the house with Belle. In December 1902, Peter himself met with a "tragic accident.” According to Belle, he reached for his slippers next to the kitchen stove when he was scalded with brine. She later declared that part of a sausage-grinding machine fell from a high shelf, causing a fatal head injury. A year later, Peter's brother, Gust, took Peter's older daughter, Swanhilde, to Wisconsin. She is the only child to have survived living with Belle.   Her husband's death netted Gunness another $3,000 (some sources say $4,000). Local people refused to believe that her husband could be so clumsy; he had run a hog farm on the property and was known to be an experienced butcher; the district coroner reviewed the case and unequivocally announced that he had been murdered. He convened a coroner's jury to look into the matter. Meanwhile, Jennie Olsen, then 14, was overheard confessing to a classmate: "My mama killed my papa. She hit him with a meat cleaver and he died. Don't tell a soul."   Jennie was brought before the coroner's jury but denied having said anything. Gunness, meanwhile, convinced the coroner that she was innocent of any wrongdoing. She did not mention that she was pregnant, which would have inspired sympathy, but in May 1903, a baby boy, Phillip, joined the family. In late 1906 Belle told neighbors that her foster daughter, Jennie Olsen, had gone away to a Lutheran College in Los Angeles (some neighbors were informed that it was a finishing school for young ladies). Jennie's body would later be recovered, buried on her adoptive mother's property.   Between 1903 and 1906, Belle continued to run her farm. In 1907 Gunness employed a single farm hand, Ray Lamphere, to help with chores.   The Suitors   Around the same time, Gunness inserted the following advertisement in the matrimonial columns of all the Chicago daily newspapers and those of other large midwestern cities:   “Personal — comely widow who owns a large farm in one of the finest districts in La Porte County, Indiana, desires to make the acquaintance of a gentleman equally well provided, with view of joining fortunes. No replies by letter considered unless sender is willing to follow answer with personal visit. Triflers need not apply.”   Several middle-aged men of means responded to Gunness' ads. One of her ads was answered by a Wisconsin farmhand, Henry Gurholt. After traveling to La Porte, Gurholt wrote his family, saying that he liked the farm, was in good health, and requested that they send him seed potatoes. When they failed to hear from him, the family contacted Gunness. She told them Gurholt had gone off with horse traders to Chicago. She kept his trunk and fur overcoat.   Another one was John Moe, who arrived from Elbow Lake, Minnesota. He had brought more than $1,000 with him to pay off her mortgage, or so he told neighbors, whom Gunness introduced him to as her cousin. He disappeared from her farm within a week of his arrival.  Although no one ever saw Moe again, a carpenter who did occasional work for Gunness observed that Moe's trunk remained in her house, along with more than a dozen others.   Next came George Anderson from Tarkio, Missouri, who, like Peter Gunness and John Moe, was an immigrant from Norway.   During dinner with Anderson, she raised the issue of her mortgage. Anderson agreed that he would pay the debt off if they decided to get hitched. Late that night, Anderson awoke to see her standing over him, holding a burning, almost spent candle in her hand and with a strange, sinister expression on her face. Without uttering a word, she ran from the room. Anderson fled from the house, soon taking a train to Missouri.   The suitors kept coming, but none of them, except for Anderson, ever left the Gunness farm. By this time, she had begun ordering massive trunks to be delivered to her home. Hack driver Clyde Sturgis delivered many of these trunks to her from La Porte. He later remarked how the heavyset woman would lift these enormous trunks "like boxes of marshmallows,” tossing them onto her broad shoulders and carrying them into the house. She kept the shutters of her house closed day and night; farmers traveling past the dwelling at night saw her digging in the hog pen.   Ole B. Budsberg, an elderly widower from Iola, Wisconsin, showed up next. He was last seen alive at the La Porte Savings Bank on April 6, 1907, when he mortgaged his Wisconsin land, signing a deed and obtaining several thousand dollars in cash. Ole B. Budsberg's sons, Oscar and Mathew Budsberg, had no idea that their father had gone off to visit Gunness. When they finally discovered his destination, they wrote to her; she promptly responded, saying she had never seen their father.   Several other middle-aged men appeared and disappeared in brief visits to the Gunness farm throughout 1907. Then, in December 1907, Andrew Helgelien, a bachelor farmer from Aberdeen, South Dakota, wrote to her and Belle was all about it. The pair exchanged many letters until a letter came that overwhelmed Helgelien, written in Gunness' careful handwriting and dated January 13, 1908. This letter was later found at the Helgelien farm. It read:   “To the Dearest Friend in the World: No woman in the world is happier than I am. I know that you are now to come to me and be my own. I can tell from your letters that you are the man I want. It does not take one long to tell when to like a person, and you I like better than anyone in the world, I know. Think how we will enjoy each other's company. You, the sweetest man in the whole world. We will be all alone with each other. Can you conceive of anything nicer? I think of you constantly. When I hear your name mentioned, and this is when one of the dear children speaks of you, or I hear myself humming it with the words of an old love song, it is beautiful music to my ears. My heart beats in wild rapture for you, My Andrew, I love you. Come prepared to stay forever.”   Yikes….   In response to her letter, Helgelien flew to her side in January 1908. He arrived with a check for $2,900, the entire savings he had drawn from his local bank. A few days after Helgelien arrived, he and Gunness appeared at the Savings Bank in La Porte and deposited the check. Helgelien vanished a few days later, but Gunness appeared at the Savings Bank to make a $500 deposit and another deposit of $700 in the State Bank. At this time, she started to have problems with her farmhand, Ray Lamphere.   In March 1908, Gunness sent several letters to a farmer and horse dealer in Topeka, Kansas named Lon Townsend, inviting him to visit her; he decided to put off the visit until spring and thus did not see her before a fire at her farm. Gunness was also in correspondence with a man from Arkansas and sent him a letter dated May 4, 1908. He would have visited her, but didn't because of the fire at her farm. Gunness allegedly promised marriage to a suitor Bert Albert, which did not go through because of his lack of wealth.   Turning Point   The hired hand Ray Lamphere was deeply in love with Gunness; he performed any chore for her, no matter how gruesome. He became jealous of the many men who arrived to court his employer and began making scenes. She fired him on February 3, 1908. Shortly after dispensing with Lamphere, she presented herself at the La Porte courthouse. She declared that her former employee was not in his right mind and was a menace to the public. She somehow convinced local authorities to hold a sanity hearing. Lamphere was pronounced sane and released. Gunness was back a few days later to complain to the sheriff that Lamphere had visited her farm and argued with her. She contended that he threatened her family and had Lamphere arrested for trespassing.   Lamphere returned again and again to see her, but she told him to kick rocks each time. Lamphere made thinly disguised threats. Like on one occasion, he confided to farmer William Slater, "Helgelien won't bother me no more. We fixed him for keeps." Helgelien had long since disappeared from the area, or so it was believed. However, his brother, Asle Helgelien, was disturbed when Andrew failed to return home and he wrote to Belle in Indiana, asking her about his sibling's whereabouts. Gunness wrote back, telling Asle Helgelien that his brother was not at her farm and probably went to Norway to visit relatives. Asle Helgelien said he did not believe his brother would do that. He believed his brother was still in the La Porte area, the last place he was seen or heard from. Gunness, being the ballsy bitch she was, told him that if he wanted to come and look for his brother, she would help conduct a search, but she cautioned him that searching for missing persons was an expensive proposition. If she were to be involved in such a manhunt, she stated, Asle Helgelien should be prepared to pay her for her efforts. Asle Helgelien did come to La Porte, but not until May.   Ray Lamphere represented an unresolved danger to Belle, and now Asle Helgelien was making inquiries that could very well send her to the gallows. She told a lawyer in La Porte, M.E. Leliter, that she feared for her life and her children's. Ray Lamphere, she said, had threatened to kill her and burn her house down. She wanted to make out a will just in case Lamphere followed through with his threats. Leliter, the attorney, complied and drew up her will. She left her entire estate to her children and left Leliter's office. She went to one of the La Porte banks holding the mortgage for her property and, not suspiciously at all, paid it off. However, she did not go to the police to tell them about Lamphere's allegedly life-threatening conduct. The reason for this, most historical, true crime nerds agree, was that there hadn't been any threats; she was merely setting the stage for her own arson. Joe Maxson, who had been hired to replace Ray Lamphere in February 1908, awoke in the early hours of April 28, 1908, smelling smoke in his room on the second floor of the Gunness house. He opened the hall door to a shit load of flames. Maxson screamed Gunness' name and those of her children but got no response. He slammed the door and then, in his tighty whiteys, leaped from the second-story window of his room, barely surviving the fire that was closing in around him. He raced to town to get help, but by the time the old-fashioned hook and ladder firetruck arrived at the farm at early dawn, the farmhouse was a big ol' pile of smoking ruins. Four bodies were found inside the house. One of the bodies was that of a woman who could not immediately be identified as Gunness, since she had been decapitated. The head was never found. The bodies of her children were found still in their beds. County Sheriff Smutzer had somehow heard about Lamphere's alleged threats, so he took one look at the carnage and quickly went after the former handyman. Attorney Leliter came forward to recount his tale about Gunness' will and how she feared Lamphere would kill her and her family and, coincidentally, burn her house down.   Lamphere reeeeeally didn't help his own cause. The moment Sheriff Smutzer confronted him and before the lawman uttered a word, Lamphere exclaimed, "Did Widow Gunness and the kids get out all right?" He was then told about the fire, but he denied having anything to do with it, claiming that he was not near the farm when the blaze occurred. A young lil dude, John Solyem, was brought forward. He said he was watching the Gunness place and saw Lamphere running down the road from the Gunness house just before the structure erupted in flames. Lamphere snorted to the boy: "You wouldn't look me in the eye and say that!"   "Yes, I will,” replied Solyem. "You found me hiding behind the bushes and you told me you'd kill me if I didn't get out of there." Lamphere was arrested and charged with murder and arson. Then scores of investigators, sheriff's deputies, coroner's men, and many volunteers began to search the ruins for evidence.   The headless woman's body was a massive concern to La Porte residents. C. Christofferson, a neighboring farmer, looked at the charred remains of this body and said that it was not the remains of Belle Gunness. As did another farmer, L. Nicholson, and so did Mrs. Austin Cutler, an old friend of Gunness. More of Gunness' old friends, Mrs. May Olander and Mr. Sigward Olsen, arrived from Chicago. They examined the remains of the headless woman and said it was't Belle Gunness.   Doctors then measured the remains and, making allowances for the body's missing neck and head, stated the corpse was that of a woman who stood five feet three inches tall and weighed no more than 150 pounds. Friends and neighbors, as well as the La Porte dressmakers who made her dresses and other garments, swore that Gunness was taller than 5'8" and weighed between 180 and 200 pounds. Remember, she was a large woman who could toss around clothing trunks like they were frisbees. Detailed measurements of the body were compared with those on file with several La Porte stores where she purchased her apparel.   When the two sets of measurements were compared, the authorities concluded that the headless woman could not possibly have been Belle Gunness, even when the ravages of the fire on the body were considered. (The flesh was severely burned but intact). Moreover, Dr. J. Meyers examined the internal organs of the dead woman. He sent the stomach contents of the victims to a pathologist in Chicago, who reported months later that the organs contained lethal doses of (dun dun dunnnn)...strychnine. Gunness' dentist, Dr. Ira P. Norton, said that if the teeth/dental work of the headless corpse had been located, he could definitely ascertain if it was, for sure, Belle Gunness. Enter Louis "Klondike" Schultz, a former miner, who was hired to build a sluice and begin sifting the debris (as more bodies were unearthed, the sluice was used to isolate human remains on a larger scale). What the flying FUCK is a sluice you may be asking your obviously intelligent self. Well, it's a sliding gate or other devices for controlling the flow of water, especially one in a locked gate. On May 19, 1908, a piece of bridgework was found consisting of two human, canine teeth, their roots still attached, porcelain teeth and gold crown work in between. Norton, her dentists, identified them as work done for Gunness. As a result, Coroner Charles Mack officially concluded that the adult female body discovered in the burned debris was Belle Gunness. Even though NOTHING ELSE LINES UP.   Asle Helgelien arrived in La Porte and told Sheriff Smutzer that he believed his brother had met with foul play at Gunness' hands. Then, the new farmhand, Joe Maxson came forward with information that could not be ignored: He told the Sheriff that Gunness had ordered him to bring loads of dirt by wheelbarrow to a large area surrounded by a high wire fence where the hogs were fed. Maxson said that there were many deep depressions in the ground that had been covered by dirt. These filled-in holes, Gunness had told Maxson, were nothing but garbage. She wanted the ground made level, so he filled in the depressions.   Sheriff Smutzer took a dozen men back to the farm and began to dig. On May 3, 1908, the diggers unearthed the body of Belle's stepdaughter, Jennie Olson (who vanished in December 1906). Then they found the small bodies of two unidentified children. Subsequently, the body of Andrew Helgelien was unearthed (his overcoat was found to be worn by Ray Lamphere). As days progressed and the gruesome work continued, one body after another was discovered in Gunness' hog pen:    So, let's run through these poor, unfortunate souls.   Ole B. Budsberg of Iola, Wisconsin, (vanished May 1907);   Thomas Lindboe, who had left Chicago and had gone to work as a hired man for Gunness three years earlier;   Henry Gurholdt of Scandinavia, Wisconsin, who had gone to wed her a year earlier, taking $1,500 to her; a watch corresponding to one belonging to Gurholdt was found with a body;   Olaf Svenherud, from Chicago;   John Moe of Elbow Lake, Minnesota; his watch was found in Lamphere's possession;   Olaf Lindbloom, age 35 from Wisconsin.   Reports of other possible victims began to come in:   William Mingay, a coachman of New York City, who had left that city on April 1, 1904;   Herman Konitzer of Chicago who disappeared in January 1906;   Charles Edman of New Carlisle, Indiana;   George Berry of Tuscola, Illinois;   Christie Hilkven of Dovre, Barron County, Wisconsin, who sold his farm and came to La Porte in 1906;   Chares Neiburg, a 28-year-old Scandinavian immigrant who lived in Philadelphia, told friends that he was going to visit Gunness in June 1906 and never came back — he had been working for a saloon keeper and took $500 with him;   John H. McJunkin of Coraopolis (near Pittsburgh) left his wife in December 1906 after corresponding with a La Porte woman;   Olaf Jensen, a Norwegian immigrant of Carroll, Indiana, wrote his relatives in 1906 he was going to marry a wealthy widow at La Porte;   Henry Bizge of La Porte who disappeared June 1906 and his hired man named Edward Canary of Pink Lake Ill who also vanished 1906;   Bert Chase of Mishawaka, Indiana sold his butcher shop and told friends of a wealthy widow and that he was going to look her up; his brother received a telegram supposedly from Aberdeen, South Dakota claiming Bert had been killed in a train wreck; his brother investigated and found the telegram was fictitious;   Tonnes Peterson Lien of Rushford, Minnesota, is alleged to have disappeared April 2, 1907;   A gold ring marked "S.B. May 28, 1907" was found in the ruins;   A hired man named George Bradley of Tuscola, Illinois is alleged to have gone to La Porte to meet a widow and three children in October 1907;   T.J. Tiefland of Minneapolis is alleged to have come to see Gunness in 1907;   Frank Riedinger a farmer of Waukesha, Wisconsin, came to Indiana in 1907 to marry and never returned;   Emil Tell, a Swede from Kansas City, Missouri, is alleged to have gone in 1907 to La Porte;   Lee Porter of Bartonville, Oklahoma separated from his wife and told his brother he was going to marry a wealthy widow at La Porte;   John E. Hunter left Duquesne, Pennsylvania, on November 25, 1907 after telling his daughters he was going to marry a wealthy widow in Northern Indiana.   Two other Pennsylvanians — George Williams of Wapawallopen and Ludwig Stoll of Mount Yeager — also left their homes to marry in the West.   Abraham Phillips, a railway man of Burlington, West Virginia, left in the winter of 1907 to go to Northern Indiana and marry a rich widow — a railway watch was found in the debris of the house.   Benjamin Carling of Chicago, Illinois, was last seen by his wife in 1907 after telling her that he was going to La Porte to secure an investment with a wealthy widow; he brought $1,000 from an insurance company and borrowed money from several investors as well; in June 1908 his widow was able to identify his remains from La Porte's Pauper's cemetery by the contour of his skull and three missing teeth; $1000 at that time is approximately $31,522.45 today.   Aug. Gunderson of Green Lake, Wisconsin;   Ole Oleson of Battle Creek, Michigan;   Lindner Nikkelsen of Huron, South Dakota;   Andrew Anderson of Lawrence, Kansas;   Johann Sorensen of St. Joseph, Missouri;   A possible victim was a man named Hinkley;   Reported unnamed victims were:   a daughter of Mrs. H. Whitzer of Toledo, Ohio, who had attended Indiana University near La Porte in 1902;   an unknown man and woman are alleged to have disappeared in September 1906, the same night Jennie Olson went missing. Gunness claimed they were a Los Angeles "professor" and his wife who had taken Jennie to California;   a brother of Miss Jennie Graham of Waukesha, Wisconsin, who had left her to marry a rich widow in La Porte but vanished;   a hired man from Ohio age 50 name unknown is alleged to have disappeared and Gunness became the "heir" to his horse and buggy;   an unnamed man from Montana told people at a resort he was going to sell Gunness his horse and buggy, which were found with several other horses and buggies at the farm.   Most of the remains found on the property could not be identified. Because of the crude recovery methods, the number of individuals unearthed on the Gunness farm is unknown but is believed to be approximately twelve. On May 19, 1908, the remains of approximately seven unknown victims were buried in two coffins in unmarked graves in the pauper's section of LaPorte's Pine Lake Cemetery. Andrew Helgelien and Jennie Olson are buried in La Porte's Patton Cemetery, near Peter Gunness.   So, here's the even MORE fucked up part… if it's possible.   Ray Lamphere was arrested on May 22, 1908, and tried for murder and arson. He denied the charges of arson and murder that were filed against him. His defense hinged on the assertion that the body was not that of that big ol' girl, Belle Gunness.   Lamphere's lawyer, Wirt Worden, developed evidence that contradicted Norton's identification of the teeth and bridgework. A local jeweler testified that though the gold in the bridgework had emerged from the fire almost undamaged, the fierce heat of the fire had melted the gold plating on several watches and items of gold jewelry. Local doctors replicated the fire conditions by attaching a similar dental bridgework to a human jawbone and placing it in a blacksmith's forge. The natural teeth crumbled and disintegrated; the porcelain teeth came out pocked and pitted, and the gold parts melted (both the artificial elements were damaged to a greater degree than those in the bridgework offered as evidence of Gunness' identity). The hired hand Joe Maxson and another man also testified that they'd seen "Klondike" Schultz take the bridgework out of his pocket and plant it just before it was "discovered.” Lamphere was found guilty of arson but acquitted of murder. On November 26, 1908, he was sentenced to 20 years in State Prison (in Michigan City). He died of tuberculosis the next year on December 30, 1909.   On January 14, 1910, the Rev. E. A. Schell came forward with a confession that Lamphere was said to have made to him while the clergyman was comforting the dying man. In it, Lamphere revealed Gunness' crimes and swore that she was still alive. Lamphere had stated to the Reverend Schell and a fellow convict, Harry Meyers, shortly before his death that he had not murdered anyone but had helped Gunness bury many of her victims. When a victim arrived, she made him comfortable, charming him and cooking a large meal. She then drugged his coffee, and when the man was all fucked up, she split his head with a meat chopper. Sometimes she would simply wait for the suitor to go to bed and then enter the bedroom by candlelight and chloroform the hapless sap. A powerful woman, Gunness would then carry the body to the basement, place it on a table, and dissect it. She then bundled the remains and buried these in the hog pen and on the grounds around the house. Thanks to her second husband's instruction, Peter Gunness, the butcher, Belle had become an expert at dissection. To save time, she sometimes poisoned her victims' coffee with strychnine. (Um… the first husband) She also varied her disposal methods, sometimes dumping the corpse into the hog-scalding vat and covering the remains with quicklime. Lamphere even stated that if Belle was overly tired after murdering one of her victims, she merely chopped up the remains and, in the middle of the night, stepped into her hog pen and fed the remains to the hogs.   Lamphere also cleared up the mysterious question of the headless female corpse found in Gunness's home's smoking remains. Gunness had lured this woman from Chicago on the pretense of hiring her as a housekeeper only days before she decided to make her permanent escape from La Porte. Gunness, according to Lamphere, had drugged the woman, then bashed in her head and decapitated the body, taking the head, which had weights tied to it, to a swamp where she threw it into deep water. Then, she chloroformed her children, smothered them to death, and dragged their small bodies, along with the headless corpse, to the basement.   She dressed the female corpse in her old clothing, and removed her false teeth, placing these beside the headless corpse to assure it being identified as Belle Gunness. She then torched the house and fled. Lamphere had helped her, he admitted, but she didn't take off by the road where he waited for her after the fire had been set. She had betrayed her one-time partner in crime in the end by cutting across open fields and then disappearing into the woods. Some accounts suggest that Lamphere admitted that he took her to Stillwell (a town about nine miles from La Porte) and saw her off on a train to Chicago.   Lamphere said that Gunness was a rich woman, that she had murdered 42 men by his count, and maybe more, and had taken amounts from them ranging from $1,000 to $32,000. She had allegedly accumulated more than $250,000 through her murder schemes over the years—a considerable fortune for those days (about 10 million dollars, today). She had a small amount remaining in one of her savings accounts, but local banks later admitted that she had withdrawn most of her money shortly before the fire. Gunness withdrawing most of her money suggested that she was planning to evade the law. Gunness was, for several decades, allegedly seen or sighted in cities and towns throughout the United States. Friends, acquaintances, and amateur detectives apparently spotted her on the streets of Chicago, San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. As late as 1931, Gunness was reported alive and living in a Mississippi town, where she supposedly owned a great deal of property and lived the life of a respected woman. Sheriff Smutzer, for more than 20 years, received an average of two reports a month. She became part of American criminal folklore, a female Sasquatch, if you will.   Gunness's three children's bodies were found in the home's wreckage, but the headless adult female corpse found with them was never positively identified. Gunness' true fate is unknown; La Porte residents were divided between believing that Lamphere killed her and that she had faked her own death. In 1931, a woman known as "Esther Carlson" was arrested in Los Angeles for poisoning August Lindstrom for money. Two people who had known Gunness claimed to recognize her from photographs, but the identification was never proved. Carlson died while awaiting trial.   So, what the fuck happened to “Hell's Belle”??   The body believed to be that of Belle Gunness was buried next to her first husband at Forest Home Cemetery in Forest Park, Illinois.   On November 5, 2007, with the permission of descendants of Belle's sister, the headless body was exhumed from Gunness' grave in Forest Home Cemetery by a team of forensic anthropologists and graduate students from the University of Indianapolis to learn her true identity. It was initially hoped that a sealed envelope flap on a letter found at the victim's farm would contain enough DNA to be compared to that of the body. Unfortunately, there was not enough DNA, so efforts continue to find a reliable source for comparison purposes, including the disinterment of other bodies and contact with known living relatives.   As far as we know… Belle Gunness, the wicked Norwegian bitch… got away with So. Many. Murders… including her own.   Movies   https://deluxevideoonline.org/our-tens-list-faked-deaths-in-movies/

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
Tour Catch-Up: Go, go Garcia, Sinner Winner and Raducanu's Russian Coach Test

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:14 Very Popular


Joel and Kim catch up on the latest week on tour, which saw Caroline Garcia continue her rejuvenated season by capturing the Poland Open and defeating World No.1 Iga Swiatek en route, Marie Bouzkova winning her first tour title over an erratic Potapova, and Jannik Sinner getting the better of Carlos Alcaraz for the second time in the past month.They also discuss the Aussie domination in Atlanta, Emma Raducanu undertaking a trial coaching period with Dmitry Tursunov and look ahead to this week's tournaments in the USA and Mexico, which sees the return of Sofia Kenin and Venus Williams with Wildcards in Washington DC.______________DOWNLOADTENNIS.COMTo stay up to date on all tennis around the world including ATP, WTA and Challenger tours, download TNNS Live Scores.Download on Apple PodcastsDownload on Google PlayFollow  TNNS Live Scores on TwitterAnd check out the TNNS Lives Scores website at www.downloadtennis.com______________SOCIAL MEDIAShare your fan thoughts on the week with the #TennisWeekly on social media.Twitter: @tennisweeklypodInstagram: @tennisweeklypodWebsite: tennisweekly.co.ukWritten, presented and produced by Joel Girling and Kim MackenzieCrowdfunded by our listeners.Recorded on 1st August 2022.

The Takeaway
What's Going on With The Feud in Pro Golf?

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:31


A new startup tournament, LIV Golf, backed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and financed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign-wealth fund, is dividing the professional golf world by promising players multi-million dollar prizes and attracting some of the best-known names in golf to play in their circuit. And rebranding the game as “GOLF, BUT LOUDER.” All this is upsetting already established tournaments like the PGA Tour – which is like the NFL of American Football, or the MLB of Baseball – and for nearly a century, it has been pro golf's gold standard tour. Top golfers including former World No. 1 Dustin Johnson have resigned from the PGA Tour and moved over to LIV Golf. LIV reportedly offered Johnson $100-150 million to play. Six-time-major-winner Phil Mickelson joined LIV Golf with an even bigger reported $200 million contract. Others, like Tiger Woods, who reportedly turned down a nearly $1 billion offer from LIV, have been loyal to the PGA, and has criticized players who have left.  But LIV's supporters are also having to address Saudi Arabia's human rights record, including the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 by Saudi agents. Former president Donald Trump, who has business ties to Saudi Arabia and has repeatedly downplayed concerns about the country's record, plays today in a pro-am tournament at his Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, in New Jersey.  To tee things off for us, we're joined by Andrew Beaton, sports reporter for The Wall Street Journal.

On The Rise
Episode 23: Ahsha Rolle

On The Rise

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 12:46


Ahsha Rolle is on the rise. The former World No. 82 shares her story moving from professional tennis to Director of Tennis at New York Junior Tennis and Learning (NYJTL). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crossway Community Church - Sermons
In the World but Not of the World - No Other God

Crossway Community Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 183:20


Message from Mickey Connolly on July 17, 2022

WiSP Sports
WiSP News Desk: S4E26 - Elena Rybakina; An Understated Wimbledon Champion

WiSP Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 37:57


Elena Rybakina, aged 23, and currently ranked 23, delivered when it mattered most at the final of a Grand Slam and quietly defeated the World No 5 and tour favorite Tunisia's Ons Jabeur in three sets—3-6 6-2 6-2. Prior to making the Wimbledon final, the 6' 0” Russian born athlete was a quarter finalist at Roland Garros in 2021. This year's path to the final saw her drop just one set but when she beat Simone Halep in the semi's she made it known that she was a worthy finalist. U.S. Defeats Canada to become the first host country to win he World Lacrosse Championship with a 11-8 victory in the gold medal match at Unitas Stadium, Towson, MD on July 9th. Since its first foreign tour in 1935, the U.S. women's national team has been chasing the dual purpose of winning on the field and helping to grow this great game. The chase has culminated in the U.S. winning eight of the 10 championships. Chris reports on the USWNT making it through to the semi-final of the CONCACAF Championship against Costa Rica on July 14th following their 1-0 of the host nation Mexico thanks to a goal by Kristie Mewis in the 89th minute. Across the pond the UK are hosting the 2022 UEFA Euros and Nancy has a round up of the first week's group games. And finally an update on the Brittany Griner case as US President Joe Biden writes to her to say that release efforts are being made.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: July 13, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at wispsports@gmail.com.

Driven Young
116. How to Make Money travelling the World with World NoMac

Driven Young

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 54:28


MASTER LINK: https://solo.to/byrondempseyJoin my program: https://drivenyoung.com/the-program/Get my Book!: https://www.drivenyoung.com/bookAre you ready for uni quiz: https://drivenyoung.scoreapp.com/Welcome back to the Driven Young Podcast and today I am in Bali under the hot sun, joined by World No mac.Mac Candee and I met in Bali because my friends and I were planning to surpise a good mate Luke Damant. Mac was staying with Luke at the time and we linked up with him to plan it all out. It went amazing and I was lucky enough to spend the next few days with Mac.And I have to say this guy is a legend. From America, Mac dropped out of corporate to puruse his dreams of travelling the world. He is now a full time travel vlogger with over 800,000 followers across multiple platforms and travels the world making videos.In this episode we learn about his story, how he managed to quit his job, how many years it took him creating content before he blew up, his advice to any future creators or anyone looking to make content like him and much much more.As per usual please DM me or mac on Instagra, and please leave a rating and review for the podcast. My new program is currently live and open to join, all the links you need for everytihg are in the show notes below.One thing I should say is the first 6 minutes of this is really quiet audio, it gets loud around 6 minutes in so feel free to skip to there if you can't here it at first.Follow Mac:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worldnomac/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/worldnomactravel/featuredByron's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byron.dempsey/D.Y Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drivenyoungpodcast/Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/J8a8hS3/Support the show

AIN'T THAT SWELL
BLITZED: World No.8 Callum Robson Live From J-Bay

AIN'T THAT SWELL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 16:39


He's the CT rookie sensation who's gone from creasing props in park Rugby League to folding Medina in Brazilian CTs and with only two events left in the regular season he's well positioned for a charge into WSL Finals. He's Callum Robson and he sat down for a quick catch up with ya boy Smivvy live from J-Bay to talk about motivation, form, and results post cut-off. Hmaaaaad! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Original Judo Podcast
S2 E10 World no.1 Lucy Renshall

The Original Judo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 44:30


This week world no.1 Lucy Renshall joins the show. We talk through her Tokyo Olympics, upcoming Commonwealth Games and why she's no longer fighting, and becoming world number 1. Find and follow her route toward Paris 2024 on Instagram @lucyrenshall

The Tennis Podcast
Wimbledon Day 6 - Swiatek's streak snapped; The Kyrgios-Tsitsipas circus

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 69:56 Very Popular


For our 1000th episode we got to talk about a lot of aggro between Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas, a shock defeat for the World No.1 Iga Swiatek, and Amanda Anisimova backhands. The tennis gods must have been looking down on us. BECOME A FRIEND OF THE TENNIS PODCAST Friends of The Tennis Podcast help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. Last week, two new episodes of Wimbledon Re-Lived were released. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastRead us in The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/28/sports/tennis/tennis-podcast-wimbledon.htmlSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on:Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastTwitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast
Re-Air: EP 04: Filipe Toledo - Contending for a World Title, The importance of family, His need for speed, His rise to the Championship Tour, and How the last generation of Brazilians set today's surfers up for success

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 57:22


Re-Air of our fourth episode ever in November 2019 with Filipe Toledo, the current men's World No. 1 and the first surfer to clinch his spot in the WSL Final 5. World Title contender Filipe Toledo joins The Lineup to talk about breaking onto the world stage, how having a family has changed his motivations, his need for speed, and how the last generation of Brazilian surfers set today's athletes up for success. Learn more about Filipe here and here.  Watch him next at the Corona Open J-Bay July 12-21 on worldsurfleague.com. Dive into the fight for the WSL Final 5 and explore the Championship Tour rankings.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ESPN Daily
Title IX @50: Billie Jean King + Gloria Steinem: How Sports Met the Women's Movement

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 38:17


When Title IX became law 50 years ago, just 37 words of legislation established gender equity in education and athletics. ESPN Films' new documentary series “37 Words” explores how that fight was won, and the impact it had across sports and society. In the first of four episodes with ESPN's head of W Studios Allison Glock, documentary director Dawn Porter breaks down how sports converged with the women's equality movement in the 60s and 70s. We focus on two icons: Gloria Steinem, the feminist author and activist, and former World No. 1 tennis champ and women's advocate Billie Jean King. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tennis Podcast
Roland Garros Day 12 - Swiatek and Gauff set up sizzling final; When Catherine met Amelie

The Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 67:17 Very Popular


After Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek set up a dream women's final, Catherine, David and Matt are joined by Pam Shriver to review the semi-finals, to discuss the careers of Gauff and Swiatek to date and the possibility of a new rivalry blossoming, and to look ahead to Saturday's final. How has Gauff developed over the last few years? And how does Swiatek compare to other dominant World No.1s? We also chat about the men's semi-finals and the spectacular Casper Ruud-Holger Rune aggro before moving on to Catherine's chat with Amelie Mauresmo about the night session scheduling and issue of how female players have been treated at this tournament. BECOME A FRIEND OF THE TENNIS PODCAST Friends of The Tennis Podcast help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout the year, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions, and Grand Slam review shows. The two new episodes of Roland Garros Re-Lived, covering Mats Wilander's win in 1982 and The Amelie Mauresmo Story, are up now. Become a Friend - https://bit.ly/FriendOfTheTennisPodcastSign up to our newsletter - https://bit.ly/TennisPodcastNewsletterFollow us on:Instagram - www.instagram/thetennispodcastTwitter - www.twitter.com/tennispodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.