17 Burst results for "Emma Coburn"

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Okay now you're coming from oslo. Let's figure that out like it is that you that's lot some sometimes and it's obvious i admit that it's not always the most efficient use of my time but it's also We're we're a small team and we. We have to wear a lot of hats We have a great relationship with the united airlines and so that helps a lot. When we're we're figuring out some of this stuff. But yeah i've i've become in some ways a sort of a travel expert When you need to get to From from some place to new york city and the best way to do that I i've got a lot of experience them. So what will make the fifth avenue. Mouthy new balance fifth avenue mile. What will make that a successful day for you obviously want the race to go off without without a hitch and because there's a broadcast component where we're live streaming via the event on usatf tv You know as long as i don't get in the way of a camera and things go off on time and the broadcast looks great. That's that's what successful. Of course we want all of our participants from from the kids that are running in the kitty way up through the the pro athletes that are running we want everybody have a great experience but but you know as long as we get those details right That's that's what success for me. That's what that's what i wanna do. I i know how hard these athletes train and i want to do. My part to make the event as good as as they are worthy of worthy of their participation. So that's what. That's what i would consider a success now. This race in particular comes with all kinds of unique challenges. What comes to mind for me is the timing of it because it is usually the second weekend in september. That's a long season for a lot of these track athletes. Especially we're coming. We're in an olympic year. Can you speak to that a little bit about assembling the professional field in a normal year when it's not you know whether it's world championships or olympics. What does that look. I mean. I just think of like all the people that i was like. Oh they'll probably be running again when we're talking i don't know the profiled so i'm thinking like all we're going to see emma coburn per year. Jenny simpson all the the usual faces. We see and then it's like oh shoot..

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Your words who you are where you call home and what you do My name is sam groenewald. I'm the director of professional athletes for new york. Roadrunners the tsa new york city marathon. And i'm talking to you from north county san diego so i have to tell you this. I've told other people at new york roadrunners this story but probably never you. Which is that the first time we met which was like not a formal. Hi m ali. Hi i'm sam hence this story about to hear So i was doing a live show at the run center with it was for fifth avenue mile. Three years ago i was super pregnant and i was doing a live show with emma coburn and jenny. Simpson you were there. And you were standing next to emma coburn while we were getting ready and while we were having small talk. You are right there so i was like. That's obviously joe bus hard like that. Is emma coburn this guy next to her tall bald guy. Joe bosshard for probably two years. I thought you were joe bosshard and anytime i saw you i was like. Oh there's joe. Hey joe bosshard how's it going. Took me a long time before. I learned that that is not you so i just wanted to share that with you. It's it's not that often alley that. I would say that i'm tickled by something but i'm one hundred percent serious. That story is just delightful. Look joseph successful coach. Joe a super cool guy. I take that as a compliment And i also understand that you haven't yet been able to get joe on the podcast. So just say the word for the next hour you to continue this chirad. I'm happy to be joe going to be like. I'm happy to put in a good word for you. I'll make the introduction but you know that too okay. We'll see what we can do. I love that you know that that. I've been wanting to joe on the show. Yeah he's like mr. I don't do interviews and you know i respect it so i don't push too hard but i'm glad to have you sam grunwald here and really..

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Did share in post after the olympics. You share that. If you had told corey mcgee. Three years ago that she'd be an olympian that that corey would not have believed you. I wanted to talk about that a bit more. Because you said that you sort of loss yourself lost hope during that time. Can you tell us a little bit more about that when you look back on that time. About what life looked like and and how you got past it definitely. I mean it. It was i definitely went through a rut for a few years and it was mostly associated with performance. Not like i wasn't happy in my life but i was going through a few years of just like stagnant performance and I think that that is pretty normal. I wouldn't say that that's something that i hadn't gone through before but really not to this degree and so to kind of go from running in college and races were sort of Consistent in the sense that i felt really good when i arrive at the sec championship. I felt really good competing in ncaa's but then of course you get to the next level. And it's so competitive. And i always have had a confidence in my competitiveness in my performance. But you just don't win as many races at the pro level. And i was i. I'm okay with that. I can wrap my head around that reality. But my times weren't improving and often the thing that i think as runners we can kind of derive excitement from and sort of uses. A measure of course is not just winning but seeing yourself improved In your times. And so i think i had four years in boston where the third year actually was pretty good but i- sustained an injury in my sacred and and it knocked me back again and so i think i sort of figured out how to make it work but then had this injury and then i gave it another year to say okay. Well if the pieces come together then this is where. I'm gonna stay and continue to train but then i went to the us championship the next year. And i was the first one out of the final. And i wouldn't say that i had this is thought of like i'm not happy. I'm not improving. But i just wasn't expecting as much out of myself so had sort of just adapted to the fact that i i had a lower standard for my own self and i think that the reason why being from a small town where running wasn't very popular and then finding my way to school with a great track team and then eventually of course running for new balance was because i've always been my own biggest like my own biggest believer And i think you kind of have to have that within yourself and not saying if you talk about it or you put it out there. But you just kind of have this innate deep

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"The last time corey was on the show on episode two hundred eighty four last september. She told us all about how getting to go to the olympics. In athens in two thousand four changed her entire life at the time her dad was working security with the fbi for the games so korean her family got to tag along. How cool is that being. There she shared changed the entire trajectory of her life. From then on corey had a dream to return to the games one day not as her dad's sidekick but as a competing athlete and spoiler. She made it happen in. June corey competed at the u. s. olympic track and field trials where she earned her spot on team. Usa in the fifteen hundred meters. It was so exciting. Watching cre- advanced through each round of the fifteen hundred at the trials. And i was just so thrilled to see her. Make the team then in tokyo. It seemed no one was having a better time than corey mcgee. Her instagram stories took us all on eight delightful journey through the athlete village into the olympic stadium and ultimately to the closing ceremonies as for the races. Corey isn't just an olympian. She is an olympic. Fifteen hundred meter finalist korea made it through the preliminary round and into the semifinals. Where things got a little traumatic corey was tripped up and she fell during the race which was heartbreaking to see but she was able to petition her way into the final since it was concluded that the fall was not her fault and she was onto the finals on this episode. Corey talks through every detail of those three races in tokyo. She talks about life in the olympic village and getting to explore the games alongside per team. Boss teammates emma coburn aisha prot lear and dominic scott plus corey talks about how coach. Joe bosshard has helped her so much over the past few years. She talks about returning to mississippi and helping host a cove in nineteen vaccination. Dr love that and she talks about the aftermath of that semi final ball which included some bone bruising and for.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Meters running after high school again. It's like they're there's so much talent and there are there are really good runners In jamaica over over eight hundred meters but seems like Many don't continue past high school. So i'm really trying to figure out how we can change that course and use whatever i've learned in my life or whatever whatever connections. I have in my tenure. Almost ten year professional career Knowing college coach is knowing sort of The landscape of middle distance running other places in the world how we can get middle distance running to sort of stick and land and hold with women after nigga so tvd. but that is that is a mission for me as i continue my career and as i end my career that i wanna see more and more and more women competing national and international level. I love that. That's something that you're so passionate about and actively working towards so you know here's what's going to happen the pandemic eventually. I think i hope is going to end up like fully going to be back up and running and stronger than ever and all the timing is going to align and we only have three years now until the next olympics. So yes so. I have a feeling we're gonna see Even more women at the fifteen hundred distance and higher. I believe that i believe that. Yeah we got grace so after you officially secure spot on the team. How was training going. Generally speaking leading up to the olympics it was going great. I really had a rocky start to my season this year. My body was just off in a couple ways I was having like some weird health stopped going on this spring. It sort of finally got it resolved. All the pieces were coming together. And i really saw mike trials as like they're the book end of my struggles might early season struggles. And then you know opening that door to like the possibilities of things. Come so flew from jamaica. Over to switzerland to go up to san merits and joining Emma coburn corgi and joe arpaio And really dislike. Hit hard and be confident and be excited about new possibilities. The monk leading into the olympics. So everything's going great. I just I had entered this head space. That was really encouraging and Really cool if i think back on it of like just this radical acceptance of. Hey things didn't go. The way that i wanted them to go. But that's not the end of each. That's not the that's a period comma. And here i am. I'm gonna take things one day at a time. Literally what can i do you in the next hour. Have in my day. That i can optimize the south and go into the olympics with my goals unchanging and michael's being my biggest goal being making the olympic final and Fighting like hell to get out of to get out around one so It was awesome..

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"The first thing that i actually want to get into and i think we've probably talked about this before. But can you explain to us the process of being on team jamaica. Because we know that you compete for jamaica. We also know that every country has a different way of picking their olympic teams in different sports but especially in track and field. So can you tell us how you earn your spot to get to run that. Fifteen hundred tokyo for team jamaica. Yes so jamaica has child system that is nearly identical to the us. Top three at the trials plus a qualifying mark or inacceptable World ranking on the descending order list gives you your spot to the olympics or whatever team might situation gets a bit unique. Because i am as of this moment. The only runner above fifteen hundred meters that has internationally competitive times and can hit national can hit international standards or be accepted on world ranking so often timelines. It's up to whether or not other people sign up for the trials It's it's an open system for jamaica. There are. i mean. There are standards to to enter the trials. But they're bit slower markedly slower than than the standards in the us And it's just an open registration system and it's always very hanway for me Whether or not occupied trials. I competed at the trials in twenty fifteen. I ran the fifteen hundred Even i went on to race. The siebel chase iran the shortest distance that i thought other people would sign up for which is the fifteen hundred. So did that in twenty fifteen there were three. Other competitors I won the race. And i ended up lapping. A woman in the race A masters runner and since two thousand fifteen. No-one has entered the fifteen hundred jamaica at and that means that. I have not competed at the trials since two thousand fifteen so i was just waiting on bated breath to see if anybody would register for the trials this year in the fifteen hundred so that i could go and compete at trials You know it's. It's a blessing in a curse to not have to compete at your trials. It allows me to take on other Competitive opportunities are not speaking for trials. But you also don't get to race with the opportunity to come national

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Coach. Joe bosshard and aisha's teammates include the iconic familiar faces like emma coburn kate grace laura tweet corey mcgee dom scott danny jones mattie and so many more dynamic women aisha with selected compete for team jamaica. At this year's olympic games in tokyo she had planned to compete in the fifteen hundred meters and training was going great until one day at practice. It wasn't it broke my heart. When i shared just a few days before flying to tokyo that she'd had a bit of a freak accident at practice one day she tore her meniscus like tower. That bad boy. Right off the bone. I cannot imagine working.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Off the notes. The morning of the events. So whatever's happening that day. We'll there was morning their morning session and evening session. I'm getting the notes for the morning and the evening in the morning and it really stressed me out and so i did actually ask david. Monty was like if you can provide me anything ahead of time. That would really help me when. I have downtime in the afternoon to start prepping for something down the road and he was like so nice. Which is like you know. I'm not supposed to do that. But like i i'll i'll send you what i have. But they're just rough because he sends them in and then they get edited down to like the notes that we get so that helped a lot. I felt like that mean the men's marathon notes like days ahead of time but the women's marathon notes. I literally got like it was a late night session. I got the note. And then i had you know i think i got up. I can't just read notes until i fall asleep. I have to decompress every night. So i think i got back to my hotel room at like ten thirty that night. I decompress for like hour. I went to bed around midnight. I got up at three. Forty five to study has started at six relaxing. But you know and one thing i i did learn was that i am like a lot of runners super type a. and perfectionist wanna know every single athlete in the field and i wanted to win. They started running in who got him into running and if they have a family and what i've learned is sometimes that's too much like an fifteen hundred races over in four minute though i perhaps i'm over preparing but that's just my personality rather be over prepared and then you know there was a pack of twenty percent blake. There is a big pack. We storyteller. we could talk about malindi. Elmore could talk but once it started to like narrow down. there's really just like six or seven women and even though that was confusing because we had one hundred people on notes. And i'm trying to just find pages that just have the people that are laugh it. It's not as i think. I make it more difficult than it needs to be. Sometimes basically what. I'm saying that's where my entire life i do. Everything like does that really matter like. I had read all these articles on the kenyan ethiopian team and like all of the women dropped out the name dislike. Okay like i have all this information in my head that at this point is it necessary and also. I'm supposed to be talking about the moves in the race than i'm supposed to be talking about. Why is the pack falling apart. What did that last. que split. Tell us like and so yes. I definitely over prepare and you don't auto has been doing this for so long. I think two thousand seven world championships. As i one and he told me i want to challenge myself so i'm using notes this year like i wished nevada was. You gotta go gotta go study. That does not sound like a fun. Challenge to me at all. No give me all. I'm the complete opposite. So i'm going to go study so it was harder than the trials but in a different way. What if this is sort of unrelated. The marathon is along race What if you have to go to the bathroom. Can you not do they talk to you about that in your training yet. No i went to the bathroom right before we went on air and then i mean there was a bathroom right outside the booth so technically on a commercial break. I could've i did. But i like didn't drink anything. I drink. small of a coffee author joined it. I was so a million degrees out sweating sweating and that was like early morning. The sun was baking down on us and they were trying to cover us and then leaves like you can bring a hat. I'm like no as he pulls out his hat and puts it on events later. I was making fun of him so bad because he offered her. She didn't want them like you did not offer me if i had one. It's like i was having a hard time seeing my monitor at times too but that was all my fault because i should have brought a hat. We were given hats tonight. But now you know for the next one. Yeah so with the. I want to know how you decompress. You mentioned decompressing at night. What was your routine for decompressing. Oh yeah. I can't just like i've never been able to shut it off and go to sleep or like just be track twenty four hours so i my husband's at my computer up with a i can't. I'm not sure what it's called the van or something be something. Vpn yesterday so it looks like i'm in the united states and so i would watch real housewives. I'd watch an episode or two n abroad like a two family size like like you give out at halloween Bags of like chocolate. Like the crackle and the chocolate dark chocolate and so i just sit there and eat some chocolate and watch them filth and it would just help me. Calm down decompress. Stop being tense from races. I mean like. I would be nervous about the races the next morning and i also was on a high from that just ended so it was like i had to do something like bring myself down. You know so because of your accommodations in your quarantine since you never got to break quarantine. Did you ever get to see emma or any of your friends. That were competing. I just think we talked last time. About how close. You are with emma coburn. Did you get to see her at all. No and the at her final. I wanted to go down. Because there was a section that i could get you where they would walk through media and i told my producer. I wanna go try to find emma and she was like okay but i can't release to yet so that race was going to be shown on prime time so they had to make sure it was really clean Audio on it and everything. We said that we didn't have to like say a line or anything and it was about twenty minutes before i was cleared iran down there and i had missed her off. She left ten minutes ago and they're like she hung out here forever and so I actually like texted her and tried to find. You couldn't find you. And i had told her sister like i will find her. I will give her a hug. but no. I couldn't find her and then by the time. I got back to my hotel room. We started communicating with each other. But we couldn't actually see each other. Oh my gosh. It's like kind of torture. Yeah it was awful yeah. I was like jess clear me god. So which races were you either as a commentator or just a fan of the sport which races were you most excited for. Oh my gosh. I thought that i would just love the women's ten thousand because you not that often you see two world record holders from the same season go head to head and so. I thought that would be my favorite but it was awesome. But it wasn't my favorite like the women's four by four favorites. This like amazing. All-star cast in. You know i actually would go over for those big races that i liked. 'cause i really like the way that auto and lee and sonya call them feel like they bring on a lot of energy and knowledge so i would go over and just put my headset on and sit next to them in my pajamas and then go back to my hotel room because i wanted to hear it in their voices at really love that i thought the women's fifteen hundred was so exciting to me. I thought the men's five thousand super exciting. And obviously i think the women's marathon just because molly sidled just as an american made it so exciting to watch you know and as was progressing. There's a good chance she's going to end up. Fourth and i don't i need. I don't want the audience to think that's a disappointment. You know so. I was like like kind of starting to get bad like.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:38 min | 11 months ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Today's conversation with cara gaucho last month cara was here to tell us what it was like being a part of the nbc broadcast team during the us. Track and field trials at hayward field in eugene oregon and that conversation was so fine and so well received that we just had to do it again. Because this time. Kara is fresh off the two week trip to tokyo where she was again. Part of the nbc broadcast team. But this time it was at the olympics. Farah of course is no stranger to the olympics. She's competed there as a professional athlete twice before but this time around for tokyo twenty twenty cara had a new view of all the action because this time around she was there as an nbc olympics. Distance analyst calling the men's and women's races from the fifteen hundred meters up to the marathon on this episode. Cara talks about how this experience compared to the trials about what her studying process was like. Which wow sounds very intense and about how she worked on pronouncing every name correctly she also shares the one thing she said on air that kept her at night. Kerr talks about getting choked up as molly seidl was coming in for the bronze in the marathon in about why she could not let herself cry on air. Even though we were all crying on our couches at home anti talks about what it was like watching emma coburn one of her closest friends cover really tough race out there but having to keep it together because while she was on air. This conversation is filled with interesting insights and fun stories. And i just know you're gonna love it so please join me in welcoming cowher back to the alley on the run show for the fifth time. All right cara. Gouge is back a fresh off the broadcast at the olympics. Cara thank you so much for coming back. I'm so excited we get to do this again. Welcome back to the alley on the run show base. I noticed this our thing like you know it'd be great sometime. We actually just like hung out together. Yeah in person. I think actress like twenty twelve or something at mile love. I like wow like. I really liked. Were we always best conversations like like that record but also before mike we should just like hang out but yeah someday we'll be able to do that. It would be great if this pen could fully end and we could just like come out to colorado because any has not been on plane yet. I was so that mom that was like we're going to travel with her like when she's young and so it'll be easy because she'll be well traveled. She has been nowhere so you know eventually. Yeah i mean some things are out of your control at this. Yeah or if anyone has a private jet they would like to lend us. I would not saints doing out there. We'll see what comes of that. We have a lot to cover today. I'm really excited to get to hear about what it was like. Being in tokyo and calling so many of those races but before we get into it. You have a new intro this time because you have a new title this time around. So can you remind everyone who you are where you call home and what you do. Oh my gosh new title. Well my name is character. I wasn't elite athlete. Now i just run for fine. I'm a mom a wife mother to four animals. Because i'm crazy and i work with alan ultra but now i also am. Distance analyst for nbc. Can you explain that role and what fell under that umbrella for the olympics. Yes so basically. All of the distance races. Oh fifteen hundred up. I'm the color commentator. So leafy is the play by play for everything so a lot of people. Ask me about this when i got home to like. He brings us into every race. He takes us out of every race and he also calls the last one hundred fifty meters of every race and so there was a lot of people that were like. Why did you. Why did you always let like. He always interrupt you. I'm like he never interrupted me. Sometimes i over set my boundaries. Because i i remember the men's five thousand. I noticed that moahmed looked really good with one hundred to go. And i just shouted it out which i'm not supposed to do So basically about everything. In between i'm mike adding commentary of like why the moves are happening who these people are background on the athletes and how they like to raise them. Just how the racist unfolding. Which job do you think is harder. Because i think they both sound incredibly challenging But for you is. Are you finding that that is your sweet spot doing color commentary or do you like the play by play stuff. No no no. No i am very some of my coworkers like they have dreams of moving up or doing that. I have zero dreams of doing that. I think if i did this again i am definitely my sweet spot. I i actually love working with lee. I think he's a really good play by play. I liked it. I liked that he says so such lead and then i get to say why they took the lead. I am super happy and comfortable in my little role that i have. And it's my understanding. I believe you shared at one point in terms of this specific role with the olympics that you had said i wanna be away from my family for as little time as possible. So can you sort of explain what that looked like him. What that meant for your role. Yeah originally supposed to be in japan for three weeks. And i was like. I can't do that. I have already missed two weeks of my son's summer. And so i got it down to two weeks. So essentially i was the last person from nbc to arrive in tokyo on the track and field production side. And i arrived tuesday night and then wednesday thursday. We had rehearsal and then friday at started. Typically i would have gotten there earlier. I would have toured the venue I would shout more ideas of what. I wanted to talk louder. If there's like a special story. I wanted to tell and instead it really fell on me to communicate that via email before i got there and then of course i i got my notes later because you're not you get them onsite and you know. Sometimes i would get him on a day ahead of time but like the women's marathon. I got like late. Friday night in ahead of six. Am start so. I did feel like playing catch up a little bit but for me it worked out because i just was really homesick those first two days and then once the racist started you know we had morning sessions and evening sessions in inbetween. I was studying and once that started. It really went by fast and so for me was the best possible scenario to just get there. Forty eight hours ahead of time. Basically you're like to navigate ahead of time and then but yet everyone else was already there and there was a fourteen day south quarantine so once you hit fourteen days. If you tested negative you could go out. And like go to a restaurant or gopher ryan and so i i never you know made by fourteen day quarantine Where my co workers did. But i felt like that was. It was worth it to me to stay home longer. And did you know going into it. What exactly your role would be in terms of when you would be airing. I feel like this was the most common question. Okay so explain not of it. Because i think common confusion amongst everyone. We're all switching between like peacock and nbc gold and olympics. Finding all the places to watch and then every time without feel why am i here keurig alger during prime time. Can you explain that a little bit. Yes so i was also very confused. Everyone i thought it'd be calling every single distance race in that it would live somewhere right like if it wasn't i knew that there was a crew out of stanford that was calling for cable and i knew that was tim. Hutchinson.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Feel like i was able to put on my professional cap and sort of be objective. You don't even for me. It was even harder. Like i'm texting with the day of the race. And i wanna from my nbc. Had i want to ask her. What the race strategy is. But as a friend. I'm like that's wildly inappropriate. You know so. I think that was a little tricky for me. Like even texting with her sister and i wanted to ask but then i was like no. That's inappropriate like that's a line. You can't cross I think like nbc focuses. A lot on. Emma coburn because emma coburn is a world champion and an olympic medalist. And so it's it's for me. It's it's so fun. Because they are focusing back on her a lot. And yeah. But i mean obviously like i love. Emma and i would have been absolutely devastated if she didn't make the team. I can't i can't be like oh it doesn't even matter. You know i'm totally professional. I wanted her to run really really well. I was super excited to see her. Break the record. But i do try as hard as possible to just like i mixed a you know. Get in that zone. Where i am as a fan. I'm just excited to see people doing incredible things. So let's go back to day one or day. I don't know day zero day. Negative one because you brought it up earlier about how obviously having this role meant wearing the nike shirt being at hayward field which may as well just like have a giant swoosh over the top of it like it is nike town. Even if it's not labeled as such officially you have been anyone who's who knows you heard you on this show or on your own show knows about your history with nike. So you said you're able to put that aside for the role of course but arriving at hayward in walking into that did it trigger anything in you or i don't know what was that like. Yes and that's why again. I'm so glad. I did the show in april because in april. We got like a private tour. We got to go through all this stuff. There's there's so much under the stadium. There's even like a huge history museum under the iron tower and a lot of it was centered around my former coach and former teammate. And i got back to my hotel room. And i was crying so hard. I was like shaking crying. I was definitely upset in called adamy. Talk me off the ledge. Who's like you're the olympics. And that you know he's like you're the only prison strong enough to do this. You can do this. Don't let don't let that affect what you could be and so again like. That was another reason why that i show is so important because when i went back i had already experienced that and i was like. I'm here to do a really good job for these athletes. And i think if if that was my first time arriving at he word and i saw like my former coaches giant photo in the stadium. That would have felt really upsetting. But i had already been through that so it. That doesn't mean it's not weird. You know what they set us. All up at the nike employee store with a huge budget. And i'm like they're like do you want wanna be driven up the car..

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio. Thank you, Pat 7 45 sports Time with BK and let's start with the Stanley Cup finals. You know, April May I don't care what language you speak. Overtime winners and hockey are always exciting and last night in Montreal was no different manager today. No, That's Jason. Oh, certainly think you can hear the excitement on the Canadians. French radio broadcast the haves 32 winners over visiting Las Vegas Punch your ticket to the Stanley Cup finals, winning their third round series in six games. Montreal is going to 33 Stanley Cup finals and won an NHL best 23. Their last coming all the way back in 1993 when they beat the Kings. Fun fact. That's the last time a Canadian team hoisted the cup. They'll await the winner of tonight's Game seven in Tampa between the Lightning and the Islanders last night on the hardwood, the Clippers got back in their Western Conference final series with the Sons winning game 316 92 in LA La Land. Game four Saturday in L. A. We've got Rocky's baseball for this afternoon, right here on K away news, radio and streaming free of charge and I heart radio Colorado headed to Milwaukee to start three games said with the brew crew. John Gray goes for the rocks. Corbyn Burns for the Brewers are pre game coverage comes your way at one 31st pitch to 10 and perhaps to see you alums Emma Coburn and Val Constantine, who finished 1st and 3rd, respectively in steeplechase last night at the U. S Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. Coburn's headed to her third straight Olympics, which start next month in Tokyo for constant who grew up in Edwards and ran at battle Mountain High, she admitted it wasn't until recently. She started thinking about repping the U. S and the Olympics. I don't know. It just seems like three weeks ago, I woke up and decided I could do this and so it was really fun and goals. Change in dreams get bigger and so I'm really happy that this has happened. It's the first time so you'll have to alums competing in the same event at the Olympics five years ago In Rio. Coburn won bronze. She finished eighth in steeplechase in London in 2012. Sports and raining crystalline care in his radio on Broncos Bob.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Courtesy of NBC Sports with a 32 win the Canadians advancing the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1993. Coincidentally when they beat Wayne Gretzky and the Kings that year. It was the last time a team from north of the border one at all. They will have to wait for the winner of the Islanders enlightening playing Game seven tonight in Tampa. The Rockies Open a three game series in Milwaukee this afternoon. They're looking for their second street went on the road. John Gray takes him out for Colorado. Corbyn Burns goes for the Brewers. First pitch Shoot 10 on pre game coverage gets going right here on cable news radio answering free of charge and I heart radio at 1 30. Last night, the Western Conference finals, The Clippers decided they'd show up for the series, beating the sons who got Chris Paul back. One of 6 92 at Staples Center. Game four Sunday in L. A. And for the second time ever Colorado track and field will have two bucks compete in the Olympics in the women's steeplechase at the same time, as Emma Coburn and balcony scene finished 1st and 3rd respectively in the steeplechase finals at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last night in Eugene, Oregon. Coburn, who's headed to her third Olympics, explained after the race what she had due to hold off Courtney Free. Ricks, who took second in the event, Courtney's are very, very, very good athlete. She's the American record holder, an event in the event and so I knew I had to. Really grind if I was gonna, um, get some real estate between us, and and so, Yeah, I think my fitness is good and the tactic worked, Um and we have a really great team going to Tokyo in 2016 in Rio. Coburn took home the bronze and steeplechase in 2012 in London. She finished eighth that sports I'm Randi Crystalline can win his radio, home of the Broncos baths and.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sports Time With BK. Let's start with the Stanley Cup playoffs. You know, April my I don't care what language you speak. Overtime. Winners in hockey are always exciting, and last night in Montreal was no different. Jonathan Opportunity Baby getting beat up. Good step me think you could hear the excitement on the Canadians. French radio broadcast the haves 32 winners over visiting Las Vegas puncher ticket to the Stanley Cup finals, winning their third round series in six games. Montreal is going to 33 Stanley Cup finals and won an NHL best 23 there last coming all the way back in 1993 when they beat the Kings. Fun fact. That's the last time a Canadian team hoisted the Cup. Will await the winner of tonight's Game seven in Tampa between the Lightning and the Islanders. Last night on the hardwood, the Clippers got back in their Western Conference final series with the Sons winning game 316 92 in LA La Land Game four Saturday in L. A. We've got Rocky's baseball for this afternoon, right here on K away news, radio and streaming free of charge and I heart radio Colorado headed to Milwaukee to start three games said with the brew crew. John Gray goes for the rocks. Corbyn Burns for the Brewers are pre game coverage comes your way at one 31st pitch to 10 and perhaps to see you alums Emma Coburn and Val Constantine, who finished 1st and 3rd, respectively in steeplechase last night at the U. S Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. Coburn's headed to her third straight Olympics, which start next month in Tokyo for constant who grew up in Edwards and ran at battle Mountain High. She admitted it wasn't until recently, she started thinking about repping the U. S and the Olympics. I don't know. It just seems like three weeks ago, I woke up and decided I could do this. And so it was really fun and goals. Change and dreams get bigger, and so I'm really happy that this has happened. It's the first time so you'll have to alums competing in the same event at the Olympics five years ago In Rio, Coburn won bronze. She finished eight and steeplechase in London in 2012 and sports and raining crystalline carrying his radio and Time.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With a 32 win. The Canadians advanced the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1993. Coincidentally when they beat Wayne Gretzky and the Kings that year. It was the last time a team from north of the border one at all. They will have to wait for the winner of the Islanders enlightening who's playing Game seven tonight in Tampa? The Rockies Open a three game series in Milwaukee this afternoon. They're looking for their second straight went on the road. John Gray takes the mound for Colorado. Corbyn Burns goes for the Brewers. First pitch Shoot 10 pregame coverage gets going right here on cable news, radio instrument free of charge and I Heart radio at 1 30. Last night, the Western Conference finals, The Clippers decided they'd show up for the series, beating the sons who got Chris Paul back. One of 6 92 at Staples Center. Game four Sunday in L. A. And for the second time ever Colorado track and field will have to buffs compete in the Olympics in the women's steeplechase at the same time, as Emma Coburn and Valkanis seen finished 1st and 3rd, respectively in the steeplechase finals at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last night in Eugene, Oregon. Coburn, who's headed to her third Olympics, explained after the race what she would do to hold off Courtney Free. Ricks, who took second in the event, Courtney's are very, very, very good athlete. She's the American record holder, an event in the event and so I knew I had to. Really grind if I was gonna, um, get some real estate between us, and and so, Yeah, I think my fitness is good and the tactic worked, Um and we have a really great team going to Tokyo in 2016 in Rio. Colburn took home the bronze and steeplechase in 2012 in London. She finished eighth that sports I'm Randi Crystalline can win his radio home of the Broncos. Boston Iraqis. Thanks PKK Away. These radio time is 6 16. Our top stories on Colorado's morning news and infrastructure deal is done. But what's next could be an uphill battle. The president says a bipartisan group of senators worked with the White House to reach the deal on improving roads and bridges. Here's where the money for this package will not come from. We're going to do it all without raising a cent from earners below $400,000. There's no gas tax increase no fee and electric vehicles. But and this is a big, but the president has said the Senate first needs to pass a reconciliation bill that includes the human infrastructure needs like childcare and education. And it's the reconciliation proposal that a Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, calling out President Biden for what he says is caving to Democrats. McConnell accused Biden of flip flopping on the bipartisan effort to appease Democrats. The GOP leader says the conflicting messages from Biden Raised serious doubts if he's actually serious about getting bipartisan infrastructure framework passed through Congress, NBC News Radio's Brian Shook the newly named head of Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz says they work with customs officers to track migrants who are coming from places that have ties to terrorism. This idea that if somebody comes from Yemen And they show up on our doorstep, and we apprehend them that that's the first encounter with them. Now we know they're coming today. VP Kamala Harris visits El Paso, Texas. We're asking you this morning how to solve the crisis at the border you're weighing in this morning on Facebook and Twitter. You're Governor Andrew Cuomo is signing into law today the Gender recognition Act. It eliminates barriers that undermine the health safety and equality because of someone's gender. It adds a gender neutral marker X As an option for birth certificates, and the law allows parents to change their names on birth certificates and allows someone to identify their own gender quote, not by any government designed form. The state of Colorado is seeking applications from organizations that help defend people who are at risk of being evicted. Colorado judicial branch opened applications for its eviction Legal Defense fund yesterday. Hawaii is making it easier for you. If you're vaccinated to travel and visit the Aloha State is ending a pre travel covid testing requirement for fully vaccinated US visitors starting on July 8th in Richmond, Virginia. They're building the first three D printed home. The 33 D printer is making the outside walls for the 1600 Square foot home. Construction is set to be done in October. Those involved with the project say building a home this way could lead to a drop in home prices. And finally Another guitar used on stage by any man. Heylen is up for sale and a lot, including hundreds of rock and roll artifacts and autographed black and yellow char Vall E V. H art series guitar that was played by Eddie during a Van Halen concert in ST Louis in 2012 is up for sale as part of this auction 6 19 on Colorado's Morning news Coming back, we'll talk about A special name for the new WVA Medical Center. That with Congressman Jason Crow. Next at 6 24 1st at 6 19. Let's go back outside. Beautiful, sunny skies out there. Nice mild day today. How's the commute.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Parking signage on private property is is a huge hassle right in a lot of people have been in this situation involving finds. You gotta wait some period of time. Maybe even hours to come Get your car and get that boot removed that sort of thing. But if the City council passes a new tweet to city co drivers could remove that boot themselves saving time, if not money. This is a self release boots in the law that don't allow self released boots. That's what Joe Santiago says the owner of capital parking at CSA company that handles booting told the Urban Transportation Commission this past Thursday, Santiago He touted the benefits of this technology by describing someone who comes back to their car after a late night downtown, only to find a boots on one of their wheels. You know that lock that keeps it from moving. We have accounts on rainy street, Sixth Street, you know, to O'clock in the morning, and you really don't want to wait until four o'clock in the morning to get that boot taken off. It's dangerous. It's dangerous. You think about it. You're standing outside your car for a couple of hours vulnerable. Well. This new boot called the tire tag weighs only £2 and can be unlocked with the code after payment. The warning notice that accompanies the tire tag would tell the car owners how to pay online. Maybe using your phone that sort of thing. And how to open the lock and where to drop off that boot in a drop box in a parking lot, or, you know, somewhere in the city, and customers will have a week to return that boot if necessary. The boating fee typically is $100 would stay the same, and commissioner Mario Champion asked if the new technology reduces personal cost, thereby lowering the fee. Santiago said. That's because of the cost of the new technology is about the same as any savings elsewhere. The fees will remain unchanged. Well, I mean, I certainly comparatively to to the old boot or your car being towed for that matter. I do like this, and you brought up a very good reason. Safety being one of those, and I think that's a big reason to make your payment get this thing settled very, very quickly. Now. Commissioner Diane Wheeler asked the question if they get if they got mad and threw it in the river, something like that. Is there a fee? San Diego's to the fee is only $60 for lost or damaged tire tags compared to a $200 damaged boot and, according to Santiago, commercial landlords Attack thousands of dollars on to business leases for private parking spaces. Parking now is a valued about $25,000 a parking spot per year. Depending on the type of business. You have some business owners looking to reserve their precious parking spaces for customers, higher boot companies to enforce these measures. These parking rules and private companies like capital 80 X do the actual booting they overseen by Austin Police and Transportation Department, which you know that's these companies without any kind of Fraudulent activity. So there you go now. The commission unanimously recommended the City Council update the code to allow these self released boots. If it works, and it works reliably consistently, uh, sounds like a better option to me. Um, Now they're going to be any concerns as far as, uh, you know, privacy or anything like that. I think any time you do anything with yourself If this is if this is what they want to continue to do for booting your car, for whatever reason, whether it's illegal parking or unpaid tickets or whatever it might be. I think it's a good solution because it achieves the goal of getting the payment done, but leave in these days. In downtown Austin. None of us feel as safe as we used to feel. So I think this is time to do something like that, because, yeah, you're right. And I've never thought about that aspect of booting or your car getting towed. Suddenly you're very, very vulnerable. And, uh, could be in a in a world of hurt. Of course, I guess the ultimate way to avoid that is go ahead and pay those pay Those fines early and avoid this all together. Jump in at 512836059 even booted for any reason I can't think would be told a couple of times and many, many, many years ago Tattoo I have to but not booted. Now what they say the name well, who comes to mind when I say women's track Women's track stars, track and field, So the Olympic Games when when, when I say the, you know women athletes. Are there any names that come to mind for you? Jackie Joyner Kersee. I'm thinking current name something in current. Correct? Yeah, current now because we're in the process of selecting athletes to go on to the Olympic Games, And some of these athletes are truly amazing. She Keira Shakeri Richardson is an incredible speed. She is a 100 M dynamo is what she is. She's always got a different hair color, too. That's kind of cool. But she, uh She She finished with a big win in the women's 100 Over the weekend. A 12th 10.77 seconds in the 2021 U. S. A. T F Golden games. This was just a month ago 10 seconds 10.7 segment. That is amazing. Another name that comes to mind is Emma Coburn. She's an amazing athlete as well. You know, a track star if you will, but there's a new name in women's sports. Laurel Hubbard. Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympics after being selected by New Zealand for the women's events at the Tokyo Games, a decision set to fuel this debate over inclusion and fairness in the sport. Laurel used to be a man. Born as a man but now competes as a woman. Yet the New Zealand Olympic Committee announced on Monday that Hubbard would be competing for her country in the women's super heavyweight category. Coming up at the upcoming games July The 23rd Hubbard is 43 competed as a man until transitioning in 2013 and says was humbled by her selection. In this long journey. Uh.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"I personally at. Yes we we. By the time you hear this. We actually will have been to to weddings. We went from having no social obligations to to weddings two weeks apart. The first one that we went to both of these are for say. Brian's people they're both are people but you know what. I mean when you get invited to a wedding. It's like is this someone on your side or my side. Kind of and the first one was in newport rhode island so lovely memorial weekend when it poured was freezing but we had a wonderful weekend and the wedding was outside in the pouring in the cold. They were such troopers and made the best of it and had fun. So yeah i say that because it was outside. No one more masks. The staff was wearing masks the servers and all that But we were outside. And so i was like sweet. I feel great about this I wasn't concerned and the one. So when you listen to this we will have just attended it. I'm recording this on wednesday. June ninth The wedding is this weekend. Which when you're hearing this we'll have been last week so Actually don't know if that one. I think it's inside because it's in a church I actually. I don't know the rules about masks. Vaccines proof of vaccination. I'm not sure I'll check with brian. it is it's among island. So were i will be at the mini ten k. Saturday morning and then immediately driving out to long island probably doing everything. We can not at a speeding ticket to make it to the wedding on time. So that's going to be a busy day for us But looking forward to seeing it we'll get to see brian's mom and sister which will be really nice so Yeah i would say overall it gets good. It feels hopeful that you know to see fall races on the calendar. I mean gosh should be going to new york for the mini. Like i feel optimistic. I guess i just like. I want us all to be friends and hugging and everyone getting along again and i think in my mind i'm like oh when the pandemic's fully over we'll all go back to being friends again in the reality is like well. It wasn't like that before. But that's me with my rose colored glasses on at all times sparkly rose colored glasses hot pink colored glasses as i discussed so. It's it's certainly is optimistic though just like to not have that fear to not have so much of the unknown to feel the hope and the possibility and just like to be out and see people you know. We haven't done anything too crazy but yeah we went to a wedding and it felt like a normal night and that was really really wonderful so I'm i'm optimistic. And i'm hopeful and if the pandemic taught me anything it really is. This is cheesy but to live in the moment. It's to appreciate the day that we're in today and not think so much about what's next week. What's next month when when they're things going to be different and i know it's easy for me to say that kind of being on the other side but i will tell you like you said my early thoughts were raw and unfiltered and i was in that state for a long time. And that's an. I struggled and at times i felt really dramatic sharing some of that but I appreciate you calling and talking about it. Because i did have a feeling that maybe some people could really marin similar head space so had a hard time for a while it was constantly thinking about. What's next what's the future. Where are we gonna live. What are we going to do. And now that we are settled it. Yeah of course it feels wonderful And i just hope that we stay eli's barking her face off in the background probably sees a ball legal outside. oh she's so lucky so blessed so yeah. I am hopeful that that will be your reality soon. And i'm sending you so much love and keep food lawyering amazing at what you do and i hope you get to be back with your colleagues soon and not working from home unless you love working from home in which case i hope you get to keep zooming with your colleagues or just not seeing them at all like whatever do you. You're amazing and i'm sending a lot of love to anyone out there who is feeling stress and anxiety and uncertainty with all of this You know i still have those days to. It's not all sunshine sparkly hot pink. Wrap this up. I see what's going on with ellie. I kind of go make sure that. Brian's upgrade in the garden out there next question. I ali this is stephen. I'm and santa. Monica california longtime listener for fan caller. I i suspect one question. I would just like to know how your friendships are coming along with the llamas and that would inspire newhouse. Let me know theodora great terrier voice. Thank you so much for calling. Theodore blanchfield is also a former guest on the alley on the run show. Why do i want to say it was around like episode sixty. I think emma coburn was episode. Sixty i dunno. I guessing here but the door was on the show a couple years ago. So check it out She loves llamas. Hence this question so when we were living at my parents house and at the house. I grew up. There's a llama farm two doors down. And so yes i bond with those llamas. They're wonderful. There's even allama named allie not not named after me but there's a llama named alley and expo and sunny and dunkin and last year baby was born named honey. And now there's a new baby named cola cola. I always forget if it's kona or cola cola with a k. Very kardashian of that lama so they're super sweet and when we were leaving my parents house and to move into this house and again it's not far. We're gonna be there all the time. But i'm like oh i won't get to run by the llamas every day and usually they come right up to the road. They come right up to the fence and they love people expo. He loves people loves when you give him baby carrots so yeah. I certainly bonded with those llamas and was sad that they're not going to be a part of my running route anymore so this week as we've gotten into a something of a groove and i've been experimenting with new running routes which holy cow is so hilly here This house is on the top of the hill which means in any direction mile. One is awesome because you go down. i mean. Our old house was on the hill to but nothing compared to where we are. Now this is bunkers. I have yet to run the final mile of any run if done because in any direction that he'll coming home is intense. So what was i saying. Okay yes fortunately we now live down. The road from alpacas couple drawbacks number one. I don't know the owners yet. Obviously i plan to get to know them. They're set back a little bit from the road. So i will have to trespass on their property in order to pursue this friendship. I will gauge. How comfortable i am with that. It looks like they recently had their driveway paved and so it's roped off but i'm not going to let that deter my friendship on thinking one day the owners of the house and of the packers. They'll be outside. They'll be getting the mail they'll be doing stuff with the lawn. They'll be doing an outdoor fitness routine. Whatever it is. And i'll be running by and i'll be like hi. Your driveway looks great. Great paving job. And they'll be like that's a strange question or statement but thank you and they'll think i'm gonna keep running but i'm gonna stop and i am going to come on strong with the friendship because if there's one thing that i'm good at it's being overly friendly to the point of making people uncomfortable so i think that's how many get to know the alpacas Because i'm sad that i'm not gonna get to see cola grow up every day. There's nothing like a little lama with its wobbly legs. Well there. are things like that. Giraffes are like that. Probably lots of animals are like that. But i'm just thrilled. That i will continue to live on streets with wonderful delightful farm animals. Thank you for asking come visit. I'm gonna keep offering for people to come visit and one of these days. Someone's gonna show up here that i don't know it's.

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"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"emma coburn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All of fame catcher Johnny bench I used to have dinners and throw lasers when I was a Major League Baseball player now I do yard work raise my boys and get the occasional eighteen holes and but I still have to deal with that hall of fame paying I use blue emu pain relief products the blue emu maximum arthritis or continues spray are easy to use I just pray or rub it on no stinging or burning blue emu and works fast and you won't stink available at nationwide retailers. a a. good to be back home after a week off the buffaloes have got the Arizona Wildcats in town today for two teams have not lost a game of the pac twelve south athletic director Rick George joining us here for a couple of minutes bye week I was given fell hard time I think melon last Saturday that he sent his office just blankly out the field because there was no football going on well you know was great for me I mean I I enjoy the heck out of it you know we didn't have any competitions on campus so and I was able to watch football all day and night on Saturday which I hadn't done a long time so I'm sure Mel probably did the same we would talk to on the record here since since a game a issue what a great guy you performance which soon we talk about it every week about kind of the the perseverance of this team but that was his impressive away and I think for the buffs in terms of circumstance heck there were times a second if you're in a relapse we would pull roster weren't sure who have the guys run the fuel up there they were so young but I mean what a great win two weeks ago yeah it was a great win and you know they they talk about the next man up and that's what it was about you know somebody went down and somebody you know stepped in and did a really good job and you know I like the fact that you know this team's finishing you know games and they're doing it and they're successful and we're winning and you know I I I like what Mel's doing and and and I like the progress of this team and you know we we've got a lot of young people you know and and people say well we're we're then we're not then we're just an experienced and each game that goes along we get more and more experience and I think that's going to bode well for us at the end of the year you know for for guy in your position has overlooking a terrified tomorrow would you do with fans and donors all kinds of things would you go to football team is ruling like this it generates optimism does not and that's contagious yeah it does generate optimism and and today will have a a sellout probably it's parents weekend and and you know for all the parents in town welcome and you know that's exciting a minute we lead the conference in percentage of seats sold in our stadium at a hundred two percent in this week will be sold out I anticipate again by the time kickoff begins but excited about you know this team and I think. our community is excited about the sting with a question you know speaking of exciting we have best will finally getting under way and I know it was external about which are yours doing what turns to yeah I mean that you know gosh here we go you know now at all not at all because it does slow down now until June you know with a volley ball and and and cross country got to me of soccer's in the middle of a football and now men's and women's basketball and it's exciting and golf center of both men and women have had some outings in tennis is off to a really good start and and other non competitive season so did a works cited and now look Jenny Simpson the you know what she's doing and should be running here shortly but she made the finals was you know finish first and in the fastest in the semis and is in the world finals in and Emma Coburn of you know finished with the silver medal in the in the three case steeple chase so wow good to be a buffalo and I would think to Rick when that kind of stuff happens in like both Emma has been this way Jenner's been this way they're proud buffaloes they talk about being a buffalo that houses program doesn't just really about exposure simple well I think it it helps at all you know and you know when you have to student athletes former student athletes that are on the world stage it brings a lot of exposure to us you know in an earlier this week we had Jim Manson who's our road scholar in the William Campbell trophy he was in town and you know I saw your podcast that you did with Mel earlier in the week with Jim Hansen and you know we just got so many great student athlete alumni that are doing amazing things out there and it's a credit to the support that we get from our donors and our campus of in you know what they're doing after the last you know quizzle is blown and this one here so it was a big ball game I don't early in the season and all that but you got the two teams that are only two teams are on beat the pac twelve south of Seoul the bus could put himself in office position yeah they can you know this is a big game you know an extra to two thirty game and that's what our our fans like of we expect a pretty raucous crowd in our students to. be in full attendance and this can be a good football game but the bus need come out on top and by the way was when asking about Fiske and Mustafa Rick George is officially on the injured reserve it up like this week I am not playing this week in Ohio but I'll be out there watching that's for sure I say that because he's got a little a contraptions like running a procedurally this week I was gonna win today yeah let's go bust all right it's Rick George athletic director you'd see you it's the box in the Wildcats of Arizona her own family weekend what's a good time I continue after this this is gonna football fuller if you land your college. news sports medicine.

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