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"alison wade" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"alison wade" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"There is a a lot of work to be done and since then you know now i can do still can't quite keep up with some of some of the longer distance girls on the team but i can do the k. Repeats at the start of the workout. I can work my way through some of the tempo or a large portion of long runs. i mean. Of course. I'm still a little bit on the shorter end in the training group But yeah i'm able to do things with the team. That are sort of staples and i definitely could not at the start of joining the team So my skill set was always being a little bit faster and being on the track and in the weight room and doing more like explosive speed type stuff and now i can actually help out with them and other stuff which is nice. I actually feel like i'm helping everyone right. So speaking of your teammates. As i mentioned earlier. I have two questions that i use a lear asked me to ask you on the record so in for my asia is what can you tell us about your travel journey to tokyo oh. I don't even know how to summarize this. It was a total disaster Let's see i will say we were stuck in a parking garage before we left for the airport because we lost our ticket. No that that started this often. It's not great place and then we finally got the airport and check in and we thought the pressure was off and then joe was gone suddenly because of an unpaid parking tickets. So he's missing We finally get to the gate. And of course i. Asia is struggling to walk and Emma and i were cockpit security for too many liquids in our bags and we finally get there. And we're told that we can't board the plane because our cova tests don't say the word And i can never think of this word like something that means that it was a a a no swab philan- g or something weird and it's not that but it's like a strange thing. Yeah so anyway. The point is that. I had to get on the phone with the swiss doctor who reminded i owe a present. I have a friend who something back to switzerland And i got his information and he. He diligently got to work and filled out these japanese forms and honestly saved us from being unable to board the plane and there was literally account down going on. I mean like a thirty seconds until the door closes. you're not boarding and we're all like sweaty and angry. Anyway the doctor calls back. And he's like i. I'm scanning the papers. And it was like the most joyous celebration you're like all jumping around and as they counted down ten seconds whatever we get the papers and show it to them and board the plane and the league made it and it was really high stress and everyone says that i was like a Like on like disabling a bomb. Because i was so focused and precise with my language and a side of me. That doesn't come out. That often came out. Which is the one. That's very much a result of my dad and it was just very focused on the task but anyway we made it the day own. My gosh did google the word. Because i wanted to know so. I googled nasal swab word to seeing that we had. I shouldn't attempt to pronounce this or recording. But you can correct me. Mazo farren. Gio for ngo. That was nice. Yeah that sounded good. We not seller did not sound cute. When i out often i had lost that day. It was like we need for farren. Jen enjoy four on our tests. H chill start. Yes oh my gosh. Yeah we things. Just that was a little bit of a signed for us i think. Oh my gosh yeah well before we talk more about tokyo i'll just ask you my next question from asia which is how do you wake up so beautiful that was asked you. She was like she wakes up and she just looks so beautiful time she wanted me to ask. How do you wake up. And she's training camps together. And i think we spend so much time together that we just all you know. Just see everything. And i mean i. Obviously i have no idea. I appreciate that. She thinks that. And it's probably because my hair does well in a state of chaos. Like sort of how i let it be and so i think if i wake up in my hair is a little crazy. Naish likes that but I was just. I woke up like this. That's just a little bit. Yeah i love it. I always yeah i mean i wake up and i wash my face right away. So maybe that's part of it all right so tell us you have the chaos at in the parking garage chaos at the airport but you make it to tokyo. I believe it was alison wade from fast women. Who said something like. No one is having more fun than corey. Mcgee in tokyo right now. Instagram's stories were so fun. So i want to hear all about what it was like. What was it like arriving. Who was your roommate. Tell us about the stuff. Tell us about the cardboard bed and the skims home. Give us the tokyo one one. Yeah oh gosh. It was awesome. Everything was so exciting. And you as someone who loves the olympics you see so much of what the athletes are up to and the gear and Just everything that goes along with that. And i feel like even though this olympics wasn't the same because we weren't with our families and didn't have spectators and whatnot. The things that were the same were just so awesome. Like i was obviously a loved from my family to be there but the reality is like i was so happy and there were parts of it that i could have thought about in let myself be sad but i was loving all of the things that we were able to do and I loved the girls that i was you know in the same suite with i roomed with emma and i got to know katie to get the poulter as well as Raven rogers was in our sweet and we had an awesome group of people. There and taylor manson. Who's actually up the university of florida and runs the four hundred so i love having her nearby But yeah there was just great group of people and the polo stuff. I have to say. I was like over the moon because i've always just loved like all of the team. Usa stuff but the blazer for the opening ceremonies in any of the light polo bear. Stuff is like a just feel like it just screams olympics and it makes me so happy so talking the time in my life i mean i was very happy and i think It's sort of one of those things if you've been to the olympics before maybe you don't like get as totally excited about all but this is my first time. Erin i was. I was feeling it. So the i wanted everyone to know i wanted to share it. I want i. I just think it's so exciting. Well it was so fun to follow. Along. what is your single favorite item. That you got is is it. The blazer is it the skims robe. What's the number one thing thing that you will never.

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"alison wade" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:26 min | 11 months ago

"alison wade" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"You know like seeing molly huddle like winner. Raise wherein ese necklace. You know seeing colleen like she chose to wear. Espn jewelry like you know. it's cool. I have these moments or mike. Wait like this isn't even what i could of ever dreamed up. I just wanted to get to work within the within an industry and now i'm doing what i love combined with running which is my passion so it's cool. It's good staff quick. Break here to chat about our sponsor for the on the job series and that is track smith. Now if you're like me you have spent a lot of time lately obsessing over all things olympic track and field trials so fun such an exciting time for running and in addition to watching these races i have loved consuming every possible thing that i can about these athletes. These events these stories and one place that i kept going during the trials to read more tracks matt. Yeah truck smith specifically the track smith meter newsletter which arrived in my inbox every morning while the track and field trials were happening and yes tobacco up. Track smith is an apparel brand. But they crush it on the content side tracked. Smith has an incredible roster of gifted writers telling stories in their newsletters like meter and on their website. And i know i could talk about their shorts and sports bras in their tank tops and other layering pieces which i love. But it's the words you know. I love words. The meter newsletter. That i mentioned that was a great during the trials. It is headed up by david meli. He was one of the commentators during the trials of miles track. Meet so i got to meet him. When i was at the meet in new york. City and david is a delight. He is the editor of meter during the trials. The track smith team brought in additional experts to recap all the action like fast women editor alison wade who contributed daily to talk about the women's distance. Running action. I just can't get enough of it. Can you feel my smile or can you hear my smile. Can you hear a smile. And then there's the tracks metro and all. I know i talked about this last week. to me it's attract track smith blog unofficially but track smith journal. It's filled with these. Beautifully told stories about members of the running community. They have historical pieces. They helped share important stories about runnings origins. And its pioneers. There are stories about the amateur athlete. Which is most of us. Those are the relatable stories about the people who love running and carolina about it and put a lot into their goals but also have work in families and responsibilities and yet it's all of us and then of course track smith writes about the athletes who are professional who are hoping to be professional athletes who are training at the highest levels who are competing at the trials and who will be going to be olympics. If you're listening to me right now my guess is that you are a fan of running related storytelling. So i just think that you'll love what tracks has to offer and track. Smith has generously offered to donate five percent of every purchase using my code. Which is on the job to the briefly gate foundation which supports rare cancer research that on the job cohen. Also going to get you free shipping on your order so go check out tracks myths dreamy summer collection at track smith dot com code on the job at checkout. We'll get you that free shipping and you'll get to support debris waking on nation so happy shopping for giving back and let's get back to erica. Sarah all that early stuff that you just said that that snowball effect what was the aha moment or the. I've made it the this is my business now moment so the business now came actually not even from any of that so when you do nutrition for those of you who don't know you we wanna get a masters nutrition. You have to do like an internship at a hospital. And so i was like i said it was going to. Nyu and i applied for the dietetic internship and got placed my first choice at nyu. And i remember it was at my parents house on vacation and i got the placement and everyone is sitting by the edge of their computers to see like. Did i get a place that i get a place i got like you know a place at my number one choice like one of the toughest internships to get into and i said no and i was like. Oh my gosh mum about. I'm about to decline this internship like. I don't think i want to do that. I want to continue my business and my parents were like well. You're doing your business and you're doing fine with your business. So go for it. Which i was shocked at because like i had really just dropped all this cash on putting myself through school nutrition and and they're like yeah walkaway and do you want to do and now is the moment that i realized. Espn was going to have to be my full time business. So i declined the internship. And i just went full full head with the day and you know i like i said i i never i don't believe in doubting doubting yourself doesn't really get you anywhere you know i. I decided that i was going to make this happen. And i was gonna make it happen. And i did you know and people can look. Oh well you know you must have had support elsewhere things like that but like i didn't have really financial support from anyone you know i went through college. I had a financial A full academic scholarship by the time hope is a junior in college. I worked fulltime. I paid for my own apartment. I pay for my own car. I put away money. I came at a new. I came to college. I moved to new york city. And i paid my own rent. I didn't take money from my parents. And somehow like on my three thousand a month salary. I live in a the different apartment and utah like this apartment. I slept with three other girls. Two other girls and put away money every month in every month until i could make my own dreams happen but I never. I don't know i it just like it had like. I said it happens organically but i'd never. There was never a moment where i was like. Oh my gosh. i'm walking away from this other thing. You know to make this business and it was just a business that i just that was it. I decided that's my business. And i'm gonna just keep going with it so i love that outlook so much and i think that as in entrepreneur like i'm scared every single day like i don't need to be right like businesses good and and i have a husband and he's an entrepreneur and businesses. Good like we're fine but every day is an entrepreneur. I think is kyrie because at any minute it can all go away yet. It sounds like you have a very confident head on your shoulders. But has that ever factored in for you that like this could all be fleeting or. I have no like backup. I don't know where where are you at with that. Yeah so i think so Not to go too much into my parents but my parents were entrepreneurs and we lost everything everything in high school. When i was going to high school. So i've been there. I know what it is to like. Like to lose everything and and you know. They're fine now and they came back from from that. And i guess i've oh okay. So how do i explain this. I went to when i was going through my divorce. And when i saw this really amazing therapist and we talked a lot about that like my fear. There definitely have fears. You know my fear of letting go of things my fear of not being perfect my fear of not succeeding. And she really. She made me realize that. A significant part of it was my family history. All four of my grandparents were holocaust survivors in lost everything their entire families and their livelihood. My grandfather had you know a wife and two kids he lost and and so i came from a family of loss. Where you your only option was to keep going. Your only option was to survive and make something of yourself because the alternative is is unbearable. So i i guess i was always brought up with that idea in my head so yeah. There are days where i wake up. And i'm like you know of businesses so mike. Oh gosh was the right decision. Like and then i say to myself. There is no other decision like you need to keep going and often the universe will send me a little signal and all of a sudden. You know like i know that. Sounds like hippy. Debbie new agey. But i really like the sometimes the universe is like no no keep going and you know all of a sudden they'll get a great order really cool.

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"alison wade" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"alison wade" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The river by Alison Wade status here by a three right hand all of the the amounts were by twenty four points or nearly are nine in a single second on valley up fifty five forty three also there have corner take some time off the clock as he dribbled around when the only on him send this to L. set off the screen one I'll lower the basket lost that there's going to be out on Braylon nearly a five on the fact by seems to me that give the cardinals miles below circa in the lawn on a back to Ellison for three right side no good got a good look though really the only bring it up over the phone one of the last seven weeks they point picks up with little time to kill to grant left side Morton train the post on the left Juan re try to find your knee injury Rolleicord was not open a green tried to force it into other ways they turn over the fourteenth yeah so many turnovers first in the second two we over Alison rooms fourteen issue well we're gonna tell the the the little basket fatally shot the pay no good other staffer we stayed here about Mike Norton time to convert man time to convert this enough available to cut into this twelve point lead three stops in a row really really crossing over it's not the Marshall Marshall the paint pulls up from ten feet away no four point fifty five forty five both ways they that's half time when they fell by the whom the game offers in defense of thoughts and some more energy seven thirty to go fifty five forty five fifty this year Hoskins over to it one item at the free throw line working in Talbot back out the Smith with live full fired the three believable go on Smith twenty percent three point shooter the sharia through tonight forty five middle man he is he will with your twenty seven north of the three point line yeah the only will fire three will suffocate you're going to go if they know what the in the real six forty five and counting so you know by thirteen Nelson riddle and bounce pass up the Hoskins reporter and right side is the mailing Ted made three percent on elderly by sixty their biggest lead of the fifty two percent but it is well from the area on the left side bounce it out with eighteen issue in all the Braylon dealing nearly crossover tech in the basket love style is it up in a time another offense today for Braylon nearly one point off of them and his that nineteen sixty one forty seven six minutes before else a little basket blocks away by dealing with over to grab the ball for waste that comes up alone I don't now Hoskins that over the Smith Smith banks of the earlier half court eight the shoes thank you lord stripped away stolen by grant is the way for the other eight media.

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"alison wade" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"alison wade" Discussed on KOMO

"Sees in Seattle. Those convicted of domestic violence might soon have to register with the state, but not everyone thinks it's a good idea. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Bill is sponsored by Republican state Representative Brad clipper, a veteran of law enforcement who wants to create a searchable database of those convicted of domestic violence the courts, they found someone guilty of domestic violence two misdemeanors or one felony conviction. Their name would be recorded on her registry. But defense attorney Sherri Pruitt says there would be far too many unintended consequences. Go out too much drink and getting the one of them if they got in a fight could very well. End up on this registry. The Bill had its first hearing in Olympia this week. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Seattle police chief Jim Joel is running for city council. I'm no stranger to the complex issues of our city. I'm excited to bring my hands on experience in public safety human services and protection of our rights and progressive values to the city council. He's running a district seven and open seed as Sally Bagshaw has decided not to seek reelection. At least three other people have declared their intention to run for the same seat. The jumps. We've recently seen in the prescription drug prices have drawn a big spotlight. Komo's Bill O'neil has more among those who say getting answers is a priority is Oregon's Ron Wyden who is the leading democrat on the Senate finance committee crisis prescription drugs threatens to many lives and bankrupts too many people for the congress to tolerate ducking. And weeding by the companies while the committee's chairman Chuck Grassley says he's just as frustrated I've also heard from seniors who seeing their prescription increased month after month for no apparent reason, why the committee is willing to use its subpoena power to get answers from the companies while a house committee says it has ordered an investigation into drug industry pricing practices. Bill O'neil. Komo news. Lawmakers in Olympia are working on school safety legislation with the help of a woman whose daughter was killed in the sandy hook school shootings. Elissa Parker's daughter. Emily was one of the twenty children who died at the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, and in two thousand twelve Parker co-founded safe and sound schools, and is now a nationally recognized school safety advocate. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. This has to stop and I am here to fight for this change parkers in Olympia working with Senator Lisa Wellman and Representative Laurie Dolan of the Senate. In house education committees. They've introduced several school safety bills, including one that creates school safety centers in Washington's nine educational districts that would provide emergency resources for schools in rural areas Lynn Olympia. Lawmakers are also being urged to consider raising the legal smoking age in Washington at twenty one right now their bills in both state house and Senate that would raise the minimum age to purchase all tobacco products that includes e cigarettes today, lawmakers heard from the American Heart Association and students. Alison Wade works at east lake high school. We see often in school. We see kids exchanging Joe pods. We see, you know, it's just so accessible now. So I think twenty one really limit back sesame within high schools, and it would stop the circulation. The American Heart Association says new research shows most teens get their tobacco from friends who have turned eighteen but the first time since a twister ripped through. A port orchard neighborhood plowing down homes and businesses for nearly a mile and a half people are getting federal help. Komo's mitch. Shell Esteban says a disaster loan outreach centers now open for business. Driving into goes down nearly a month and a half after an hour of the blue e f two tornado devoured everything in its path. Federal help has finally arrived last week the governor asked the feds for help while we been telling everybody that. But nobody's listening to. That's I heard about doing anything the small business association surveyed the property last week and the.

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