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"harrogate" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"harrogate" Discussed on WRVA

"Sunny and thirty nine degrees in Harrogate news radio WRVA time seven thirty two at Wednesday's coronavirus briefing governor Ortom announced that the order shutting down businesses considered nonessential and limiting gatherings to no more than ten people is being extended from the original end date of April twenty third to may eighth at the same time he says these efforts have been working but if we let off the brakes and try to go back to the way things were we'll see another spike in cases that could overwhelm our hospitals use all that as well in Monday's data that's why today I make standing executive order fifty three for two more weeks the stand home order continues through June tenth the governor's new task force to help nursing homes and other long term care facilities battle the spread of the corona virus meets today for the first time be a conference call the need for more testing a protective gear will be at the top of the agenda Canterbury rehab in the west in the clear hot spot with the coronavirus death toll there and forty six state health department numbers Wednesday morning showed an increase of forty one corona virus does from the previous day state health commissioner Norman Oliver explains despite many of those deaths were in fact from a prior time and what was happening was that information was finally being entered for example into the database or death certificates arrived and then that was entered into the database so that's why we had that big jump he says there are multiple steps that have to go occur before the data is logged and therefore doesn't happen in real time the current Virginia coronavirus death toll one ninety five president trump continued his efforts to reopen the country Wednesday while holding calls with several key American businesses Jonathan Karl reports they discussed what needs to occur before they can go back to work the message that he gots according to people familiar with the with the calls is the the eve of many of these type of of the nation's largest of businesses do not feel comfortable fully getting operational again Intel testing is more widespread new guidelines on easing restrictions on low transmission areas are expected today as government relief camps are being direct deposited into accounts this week talks in Washington are accelerating on a stopgap coronavirus relief bill aimed at helping small business the president wants to N. fifty billion in emergency aid for paycheck protection program but Democrats are demanding to add funding for states and hospitals as well it appears to be a long time before large events will be allowed in LA again that's where from Alex don't mayor Eric Garcetti says large crowds won't be allowed here in LA for a while nobody was looking forward more to an LA NBA champion or World Series winner than me but let's be clear right now there are no small gatherings and getting back to medium and large gatherings will take time Garcetti has hinted that he doesn't think concerts or sporting events will happen here in LA until twenty twenty one he says he doesn't know what will happen but sports this year may have to be without crowds Alex down ABC news Los Angeles send flags across the Commonwealth at half staff today in remembrance of the thirteenth anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre when a student opened fire on campus killing thirty two others before killing himself because of emergency orders in place due to the corona virus the annual remembrance run will be virtual this year your next news eight news on demand news radio W. R. V. A. dot com I'm Gary has on Richmond's news weather and traffic station newsradio W. R. BA.

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The Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

The Big Picture

09:19 min | 1 year ago

The Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and this is the big picture. A conversation show about the most most anticipated movies of twenty twenty men. And we've been talking all about the movies of Twenty Nine Thousand Nine on our various Oscars awards conversation shows. We need to look forward now. The reason we need to look forward is because new movies are opening and they're not these dingy horror movies that they try to open January third and trick people into thinking might be decent. Here's there's actual big budget studio movies with movie stars this weekend. We have little movie called doolittle and a little movie called bad boys for life. We've seen both of these movies. He's rolling GonNa talk about one today. We'll talk about the other one later next week. Hopefully you will have seen that other one after that but mostly we're GONNA be talking about movies. We don't really know that much about other than the names and the titles and we're talking about why we're looking forward to them. Let's talk about the big picture aspect of movie going in twenty twenty. I'll just say as I've mentioned at the end of the year last year. The little worried about who will people go to the movies this year. Do you think that I'm justified in my concern. One hundred percent. We talk about this on every other podcast that we make now for the big picture because moviegoing has been Ben. I don't even know if I WANNA say in a state of crisis but it has been changing and the way that people consume movies has been changing pretty rapidly and dramatically for several years now but this feels like the come to Jesus Year I agree so obviously twenty. Nineteen was deeply loaded especially by Disney with mega event movies. Not just the vendors endgame not just Star Wars Skywalker but the lion king and Aladdin reboots Dumbo reboot toy story. Four came through. There were a lot of movies. Movies that Disney at least perceived as moviegoing events now in addition to that we got a lot of great fun stuff we got once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite became a box office success. And we'll the four versus Ferrari and did very well. There's always going to be surprises. I would guess that the movies that we're going to talk about here and you're gonNA choose ten and I'm GONNA choose ten. They'll be some some big ASS. Hits hits among those movies but the movie is not the schedule is not loaded like it was last year. I think there will be a distinct or of panic panic around. What's going on at the box office? Pretty much by April or May I think we have our first taste of the panic. That's coming though. Yes yes so this week you and I saw the movie do little which stars Robert Downey junior as Dr Doolittle Let me say this movie is terrible. It is terrible will in a way that I have not experienced in my adult life and I was in a deep amount of pain watching it. I don't think you had negative reaction to the movies I did though well L.. This movie is very bad. Let's just get that affront if it is not a successful movie but I do kind of put on my. This is a kids movie helmet at some point eight and I think I'm not looking to be as rewarded on a deep emotional or cinematic level as you are or once. I realized that the movie is Robert. Downey junior talking to animated animals. Sure here's my thing. This movie makes cats look like grizzly man. Like it's really true. I think that I had a better time doolittle than I did at cats. That's astonishing still worst experience that I've pat movie in like five years. There was no plot and it was creepy people singing weird songs about what kind of cats they are I like I can't I know I've said exactly that five times but I will never wrapped my head around the fact that hundreds of people sought that that was a good idea. The wanting one thing. The cats and Dr Doolittle do have in common is that they are both based on previously existing Ip. There's been not one but two different iterations of Dr doolittle over the years. Of course the very famous nineteen sixty seven version with REX Harrison. And then Eddie Murphy came back as a doctor doolittle of sorts in the I believe in the early outs. This version has had some trouble in the reason. It is so bad ad will the reasons it is so bad manifold. Let's start with some of the production problems so in April twenty nineteen Hollywood reporter had a report about the struggles of the making of this movie. They wrote the new photography lasted twenty one shooting days not including new postproduction work according to insiders and came after an overhaul courtesy of Chris. McKay the helmer the lego Batman movie. Now Chris McKay was not the original director of this Dr doolittle movie which I believe was originally called the voyage of Dr Doolittle. Yes and it was written and directed directed by Stephen Geoghegan Listener. Stephen Geoghegan wrote and directed a movie called Syria which does not in any way resemble the story telling the joke writing the the general disposition of doolittle. Those two things have nothing to do with each other. It appears that Stephen Geoghegan was just a little bit out of his his depth in making a movie like this teach on report. Sources say that it's become apparent to the studio and producer. Susan Downey Joe Roff and Jeff Kirschenbaum. Last fall that the movie budget at one hundred and seventy five million dollars needed some surgery. Geoghegan is known for his Oscar. Winning work on layer dramas traffic and Suryana is his first time tackling visual effects heavy production. That was also comedic in tone own. Self they bring in these new folks Chris McKay among them. Also I believe the writer of the teenage mutant Ninja Turtles series was brought in to Do some script doctoring. Bring didn't help I don't think we need to recap necessarily story. It is technically a voyage. doolittle does go on a voyage. Why do you think they've changed the title? Because I have no idea. Maybe they're just hoping that if all you hear is little. Then you'll think of the other. Innovations I have Dr doolittle and then go see a movie when you say you. Who Do you mean? I people with children people who go to the movies. I don't know. Would you recommend this movie. The parents parents with children. I don't know what your life is like or what your parents rearing is like. I really don't. I don't know what you're looking for in a experience with your your children. We don't have to talk about the entire movie but can we talk about a couple qualitative issues with the film. Fire Way you turn to me about twenty minutes into this movie or maybe it was like seven minutes but it felt like twenty. It felt to me like nine hundred. And you pointed out aghast that Downey junior performance was dubbed not just align here there but literally his all of his voice work the entire film the entire fell. It's very obvious as you're watching the movie s and I also have to say the dubbing is. I turned back to you and asked whether other Robert Downey junior is supposed to be Scottish. or whether there were some troubling racist elements to his voice. It really is all over the place in not got a great way. So the dubbing does not achieve anything additive to the movie. We can only speculate what had happened. My guess is Robert Downey. Junior is an adventurous actor and he likes to. He likes to make choices certainly felt like he made a choice in the original shooting of this film used a certain voice or accent and then they the production decided. This isn't going to work now. It's possible that there was even a sort of production error like it wasn't properly recorded. Yeah that'd be incredible mismanagement of this movie. That's in play. But the other actors that appear in the movie and we should say a great many quality actors appear in this movie up chief among among them Michael Sheen doing his damnedest to play a compelling villain and my beloved. Jessie Buckley shows up in this movie. With two lines of dialogue. She sleeps on a bed. Basically throughout the film Talladega how. That is Jessie Buckley until about sixty minutes. And it's very strange. Antonio banderas shows up Antonio Matarese Oscar contender Antonio Banderas. Who is fine but none of those figures seem to be dubbed? They all seem to be using their natural speaking voices. And there's no eighty are in play here so the whole thing is just absolutely confounding and it is highly distracting as you're watching the movie every time you see Dr Doolittle onscreen and he is on screen all the time because he is the titular character. You're like why. Why is the track sink? Not Correct with the film. This is a film released by a major studio. How did how did this? Hundreds of million dollars spent on it. I don't really know it's it's it's staggering and an unfortunate You wrote down here that the dramatic climax of this movie is literally a Dragon Fart. Which is true spoilers? I guess I often as people in my generation do misuse the word literally. But in this case it's literally what what happens. It is literally what happens and I just I I was in and I was in pain in the eightieth minute of this movie. I was like God Damn Emmett. I'm supposed to be alive in the world. A little community harrogate that his bad movie. But I think I said to you afterwards. It was no less sensical to me than say Melissa sent. And I think I probably turn to you more times during the listen to it was like what the hell is happening opening. And what are we serving like the children of America

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Pederson you you young young writer. I don't really know him. I know he was in Congress. The year was third there behind him and yeah that that day all also did a great number and since then it was searching is road I think and but last last week he came back with a nice win and he's back and today a really nice win for him so he's an expert acting of this kind of weather so I think thing is You have to admit it some days. It's like typical from some kind of writers and if it was like twenty five degrees as you would have seen like a skinny guy of sixty kilo winning and today was like a guy almost eighty kilo winning you know because there is little to the weather the cycling podcast is supported by Science in Sports Science and sports fueled by science. Thank you very much nice to scientists sport for their support of Cycling podcast and Matthew Vander Pol. If you're listening and you can get twenty five percent off your scientists sport products if you aw that's why often but it light I didn't the elite let not the only writer on Trenton was asked by the the finish you said maybe he just missed jail or or something as small as if you don't. WanNa miss a jail then use the science and sport coats. SIS EP twenty-five Scientists Sport Dot Com for twenty five percent sent off all your scientists support products and so while other business I mean we're GonNa hear fronts one conversation with someone else in a moment because he was just cleaning up the buses match Patterson of our team the other big favourite are one of the other baking Ritz was Juliana. Philippe wasn't either Frenchman. Yes I waited for him. The bus and he took a very long time to come down because he was he was taking a shower and Toma Vogler is now the new French captain. We started this new job as the French national coach this this year came down and say you will have to wait a bit because he is really really knackered so well you know because I was a little bit cool myself. I decided to talk to Thomas virk lower about the reason why shooting didn't perform as well as the expected and also the by the conditions because that's that's what everybody was talking about. Here is what Tommy Vogler at to say Toma Tomorrow. Is this appointment today for Julian or the conditions were really really too hot for everybody's today yeah conditions auditioning for everybody for sure. Julia disappointed and but all the teams allows work to as we expect as we say to yesterday and after his only physically that Xiang follow wonderful and one day when they go when so yeah we are disappointed but we have no regrets on what we decided to do the conditions today. Did you see the kind of conditions in other major championships in the past. WanNa maybe in the twenty s teen but it was pretty out today because it was raining and the defense is about seven of cycling. It's really difficult sports and today the one had God hardest race of the on the previous year so much on the pool donkey completely Jillian in trouble. It was really really awesome mm-hmm. There's only one way to and you have a lot of guys including Julia. Pull for example who when these conditions you cannot expect all your legs are going to be in for example disappointing day for the French really really remmy. Cavanna was doing lots of work to now over with effect in the end. A quick word on the British. I mean Ben Swift was in there until relatively late on pretty late on was detached. Adam Yates also looking pretty you know just one of those riders just tucked away hiding away until relatively rely on but but but then I don't think finished but one little quirk before we talk about the Italian so you had a good day the perfect David a good day the three men on the podium today of all one small races in the last couple of weeks ago. Steffen Kuehn won the tour Doodoo in Brittany and last week and mads Pedersen WanNa grumpy Drumcree Dis beg in northern France and Mattia Trentino one travail Mattioli in Italy so oh not huge wins by any stretch and I'm not suggesting that those three races would in future years be indicators of WHO's going to pull on the Rainbow Jersey but nevertheless it's an interesting little trend the three riders contested finish had all tasted victory recently yeah interesting and how many of them had ridden to Bressan. I mean Trenton Obviously Vander Pool was there for a lot of time to Jenny Moscow not right the a two person in Moscow did Roy Detour Britain shift their M ridden the tour of Britain. I no one no one was up there really who'd written the Welte was were. They not really know we'd have to do a deep dive into that defined the first rider who'd written written and knowing the Canadian race is probably also a reasonable indicator. Perhaps usually all but this. I'm you know when you see Michael Choosen. Greg Venema to are the problem with the with the Canadian races. I think that's the main problem that they're the same performance but the not in the same part of the earth not not not the same weather tall and in the same time sometimes probably the jet like can can can can affect affect you know the the bodies especially in the heart goals that Richard made the point didn't either Valentine's had a terrible season first season with dimension data certainly income. I'm trying to how well he was riding with Astana last year very fair comment but this month actually been pretty good for him because he was fourth at the Bretton Classic Fist at the Grand Prix in in Montreal so clearly some lines returning to expand. I was asked by Yorkshire 2019 several weeks ago before the Canadian racist for my tips for the world's and tips Michael Wagner and I'd like to say that was based on a bank just just signs their little signs that he he might be returning to some kind of former. He's too good a writer. Just become a bad writer and remember the world's last year he almost one they. We might want hundred not be not very steep climb right at the end. He's a really really quality writer and I expect if he can get his health is is finished right then he could be a real force next year. What about the Italians and largely because they had to ride in the final five and in that position the pressure he's own to bring home the Bacon so to speak but it's Denmark that joins the mainly of a joke in there so if anyone wants to join the dots they can they can do so but Moscone and Trentino. May they really work. Well together didn't it that Moscow did a lot of work for Trentino and allowed to have a relatively easy really good. It was moss gone aw well I if you look at the makings of a joke in narrative is this article for hours uh-huh but going back to the it's it's kind of their race tour championship. They released that sort of the the the kind of up up their game. When when the National National You know the Jersey is at stake and and one of the allied I say oh a guy really really she's sort of events. The European been champion the buses metro trending e is the kind of guy who who is always very good well today unfortunately for it was beaten but once again is always good in in the the sort of of formats and always good when when is is is writing for his country an Italy have always set the pace you know it's is very common in world championships Olympics to see the the Italians are very you know clear strategy on who's doing what at what stage in the race something as a Daniel told us before you know they kind of discuss the strategy that the the night before in some zero or some Thai restaurants no not yet they're on a terrible run eleven years without a Rainbow Jersey in the men's race and Trentino silver medal as the first in time the fat anyone on the podium since Balan and Cuna go got golden silver in raising two thousand eight. I wouldn't be surprised if that eleven year drought is the longest gap between Italian men's elite road race champions and in fact looking the records. I think it probably is certainly to going back to the you. The the period after the Second World War well chops are weaken. Highgate is almost an end isn't a M. Are we combating since almost and what your been your impression I wrote trump's. She'd been thirty years if you enjoyed it. Oh Yeah I really did enjoy it. It's I I as I said before all the format. I like the fact that he saw the same place. I like the fact that you know. Circuit laps means it for the public. It's great. It's a great festival to read party because you could see the riders pass once twice many times and I think that should be more races of this format in the world were to calendar because it's spectacular. It puts an emphasis on the town on on region. It's good for the fans. It's good for towns is I think is good for site as well and and it's in the end. You've always got great. Winners were different kind of different kinds of Rogers from the typically classic drivers or Gra. Ah offstage raise riders a really really out to always been a strong advocate of of the the the types type of format so yeah. I love very much Richard M well. I've I've enjoyed it. Too is I mean today was very on the one hand unfortunate because the weather was not great. Yes it was a great day for the women's race and you saw there. The potential Harrogate is a beautiful time well worth a visit. There were loads of fines here loads of entice visitors. I I don't know if the number of fans of as as lived up to the expectations are there predictions it hasn't fell on the same scale as the grand depar- in two thousand fourteen eighteen to me really although in the course of where there were huge numbers of fans go to see the numbers but is certainly very you know it's more of an international field to Eddie always get you know groups of fans from Norway and Holland and these kind of countries so that's been great I am the time itself is lovely. It's a great great place to come and stay. Am I think once the dust settles and I'm not I'm not sure if it will have been a success in terms of unfortunately visit to numbers and money because I've heard one or two stories by you know bit local businesses and even restaurants plays. We saw being feeling that was a bit quiet. I went and bought a jacket slightly warmer jacket today from a shop in the middle of Harrogate and I said you must be doing enrolling trade and he said no nothing at all actually because at times closed off people can't really get in and so I think that's all that's often the case in and you do hear your story after the event and places like bargain end up you know the thing costs a little bit more than they expected. I don't know it's been great fun to be here but my my impression is that maybe maybe hasn't had the same impact in the same sense of overwhelming numbers as the Yorkshire Gone Department Twenty Twenty Four team yeah. I think that's fat. I think certainly from our point of view. We've had a great week. Though haven't we won't championship bike ride and event the WHOA talk brewery was sold out and very enjoyable and UH event the Roy Hall and Friday night was pretty spectacular actually actually to be a part of that and I would just say that you know the final weekend really it despite the weather today kind of rescued it on the atmosphere fair front because I thought atmosphere yesterday would really crackling.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Impression for France Johnson. The Rubio Union workup is that the bill will be drink. You'll be bits we heard before the break there from England the M I'm the coach of the Danish national team and also from Michael Barone six dimension data writer. He's had a terrible season and we'll be pleased to finish it strongly but the big the big shock today was Matthew Vander Pool. I think I was in the Rafa shop when he had the members of his club in there and when he made his move with Trenton there were gasps of anticipation. This was the moment when people thought you know he was making the move that would end up out with him. Being crying world champion having law people thought that this was this was his race and from to make his move around thirty minutes to go and before any other big favorites. Did you know clearly very confident and the moment when he cried was really quite shocking wasn't that line and we were watching that in the in the Press Tan and the the people were people were stunned because just a couple of weeks ago he was absolutely dominating in Britain against Matthew Trenton but again Mattia Trenton over much shorter distance signed there was some funny things about vendor pool. I notice today early on in the race he was he had a sort of. I I rain jacket on which wasn't fifty two well. It didn't look to me it was sort of baggy around the shoulders and then I actually remark to you. Richard I saying it was almost like he was trolling the rest of the break because he was riding along for a long time with these with the GI flapping around them flopping around. I was thinking well. Even I know that it's more aerodynamic to up I called him because he was getting warm. Surely it's cold out there but yes Ryan. I guess do with cold very cold hands. That's the problem for I mean had problems with their clothing and getting overshoes often things because using their hands were so cold and then when he went pop he really did go completely pop in and he finished. I think forty third out forty six ten minutes fifty eighty two behind match pederson and he lost all of the I mean obviously once he been passed by the the bunch he was just riding in but it was a a spectacular explosion really implosion rather Illinois. I mean I've said it before. The words you know was not among my favorites and I in a way I'm I'm happy. He fought for him as well. That didn't win it because everybody was such a phenomenon has been so impressive at every time you wins the race. Oh you wins it Alam. IRKS you know like boom tax once and then you know and today again it looked like he moved on he wanted to move he. He wasn't in that group that threatening the the all the others you can tell us some sort of a panic in the inner chasing group they couldn't make a loss time in a group with founder. Putin and all of a sudden vendor police nothing there anymore and so in a way for me to good thing because I had the impression even in the interviews views before the worst that he was a little bit over confident young very very talented and you're the impression everything was going fine yet. Never had any the problem you have to suffer a little bit to the to the value of victory and today I think he really did learn the lesson he was. I talked to him in in in the bus at the at the finish line and what was actually at a loss to explain what happened was not even sure it was fine. Gael as in France like in you know a fit of hunger because actually he said in the last last as he was feeling much better so something happened you know he realized that like everybody else. He has his limits and I think is good for him. He's a good lesson learnt well. Maybe we can listen to much of them. The Pool Macho you look very strong at first and almost awesome to the finale and then all of a sudden what happened. I don't know how I'd know string anymore intellectual I don't think I made a mistake today. I was in the right group. I felt pretty good but then all of a sudden the tank was not as it happened to you in the in the bong this no but it's is also the first time I raised this distance in the rain. we hadn't we hadn't. F- Five K. dry I think today or rain all day for recalled and and that was a very hard race. Tell us about the conditions. I mean so much rain extreme I mean the cost was changed a lot lots of lots lots of things very extreme race championship. How will remember for a long time. I think every writer who wrote it will remember it for a long time. was extremely extremely cold by some moments and like. I said I wasn't a good group headed everything ride but all of a sudden no energy anymore with the feeling of frustration nations appointment or or everything you couldn't no. I did everything I could of course Iowa. I wanted more today but yeah it's not that I was close to the uh to the title so Yeah it's a missed opportunity but there will come more what was vander pool in conversation with Francois at the finish Nash well done Francois. I mean you know I think it's kind of unfair to to judge him on that performance on anyone anybody because the conditions were so extreme. It's very hard to get everything right fuelling and clothing in particular and if you get out of those things wrong you're really suffer the consequences and he one of the writers who I saw coming to the end. Luton the most distress I mean he was shaking really quite important extreme way you know he was one of those guys who I thought he's you know he's going to fall. Ill after this is bodies being exposed to the elements here and he you know so you mentioned them by the sie lay line like that could be quite significant are quite telling. Trentino often the press conference where they felt that it was in the pocket a- As I came around the final corner as I thought it was and of course twenty and said well it's never talk as you can see because he wasn't sitting in the middle of of talk table in the Rainbow Jersey. Did say you know these little things add up and contribute over six and a half hours. He said he took his his jacket off the star of the last lap and maybe regretted that and he said it was a matter of a million things today and those small decisions you couldn't pinpoint one thing we'll all have contributed but when we talk about vendor poll and he is a sensation. We must also recognize it. Pederson is almost a year younger either eleven months younger and we've not pederson second-place in two AFL last year didn't get the same kind of fanfare and fan excitement adventure poos performances spring but as paid us and said in the press conference afterwards you know he he has bean planning the underdog role but that's pretty much impossible for him now but it's probably a dynamic way that vanderbilt racist attention and you talk about over confidence his front so I think it's sometimes hard to know whether that's coming from writer or whether it's being projected onto by fans media and also other people there is this hyper random and am. I think he said on your into that he there are many more world championships that he will contest and I think he is a writer who with his talons. Allen's will probably win the world title one little story about it. I don't know if I should tell but yeah I will because it's you know it's happened in the dressing. Rooms are putting film table. Frenchwoman was worshipped in many times. Worse were champion mountain bike again this time she she she told told the cut the couple of journalists that she was when she won recently she was she was waiting in the inner dressing rooms for the doping control and and came much of under pool and should she didn't know whether you know what he was doing there and so she asked him so much. What did you do you and he looked at her and say what you mean. What did I do all you doubting me like. Of course I want. You know so that that's what I mean. AH THE GUY so. I'm you know I I. I think it'll be good for his career now. He knows it from time onto Tom. If you don't play everything's not perfect. Even if you way better than the rest of it it can go wrong and it's effing is great. That's the way he's learning. He's got a guy who we fancied based on his former. Today was jill burn again in a world championship hip such a long race everything right and when I saw him have a puncture quite early on back on quite easily although it's not behind some in cars to get by calling one or two other high forested which drill comments after disqualification a few days ago and this is Tai Writers get back on the generally they sit behind the cars anyway go back on even that life for a not not disruption to his race. I all the time that you know economics our discount. You'll be in a way that that these laugh Joe Felipe had one as well and those are so important in the in the final analysis because because it is like starting the race with a full tank of petrol and the challenges to use it as efficiently as possible another lesson that we learned I'm and we should know because because we've been doing that for for a while is to try and forecast race is always a difficult risky game and we we ninety nine percent some of the time we get it wrong and is probably the worst of the world championships I mean we we we we had to because we we we were we were asked to do it and everybody is always asking before a great right competition like the worst who offensive to win so we all talked about a much of under pool with a lot of people were the Belgian at the Belgians as a team where really fancy too well and as I said she'll be crashed pretty badly and then Remco Ivana Pool. That was very very strenuous. Maybe not as decision but it was. Maybe you know disputable decision to to aspirin co even pull who could have been. Maybe play a role in finale to wait for it did so that was two Belgians out of the way in a sense then Greg van was my favorite was never never in contention. Tim Wellens were well really bad. You've Lampert for for you know played his usual role which is set in the base and to no perfect so it was a big disappointment by the the Belgians but and probably most of all for Phillips Bill and maybe the reason why Remco Yvonna pool waited for him was was that he was the Dixie. The designated leader in the Belgian Kemp Law Donald Thought about that because I had a flashback to San Sebastian whenever the pull waited for Allah Philippa leap thing and helped him back on and then and then won the race so I but you feel better fisherman he abandoned early m yeah former world champion one of the favorites and here is in conversation with Francois Tommaso at the finish Philippe. The crush on Roy was very unfortunate today. Yes it's I flat tire and then lately in the race I crushed and yeah I don't. I don't understand the reason suk like I don't know I lost control of my bike. I didn't touch anyone I didn't hit anything and I just went down and quite hard also because when used unexpected cannot avoid anything so it's just about trash and there are lost everything everything so. You look a little bit stern. Is there an injury and you think you feel better now. I it was painful on the first moment also because of the colts you know when it's a shock like that and crush you feel it back twice more. I think and also our strain without had above Ramco even come back. We did everything but at that point of the race it was Phoolan just not possible to come back. Finally the conditions who who we were expecting rain or it's extremely to like really really bad some points of the race it we had like some some praises twenty thirty centimeters of water on the road and just almost impossible to to go buy back we had to go really slow to not crush and was also called and then. I you know I was in the bus watching the race and we saw like guys just dropping like CAV under forty out of energy this is due to the the winter you don't have sometimes the wheel or the personality you to eat and you burn so much energy and then at one point he dropped and this is typical of this this weather and the distance. Matz Pederson you you young young writer. I don't really know him. I know he was in Congress. The year was third there behind him and yeah that that day all also did a great number and since then it was searching is road.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You listening to the cycling podcast in association with Rafeh the fastest clothing in the world tour the home name cycling with character Rydin Watch with rapper in one thousand nine hundred nine as they partner e F education fast and canyons throb today. We're having in our day. Yeah uh-huh the Yeah uh-huh doc they were played in there with some signs from today in Harrogate where we watch the men's elite road race CL- they're finished with with Daniels diagnosis famous line.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You know he's one the mental he's got the Jersey Easy pour out the Italian writer who cheech it out of the gold medal because this guy's written on the wheel of the bumper of the cost two minutes and the second important point is eh did did not crash that single puncture everybody would have supported the ban you know that the dramatic emotional thing about it crashed into a dislocated gated his shoulder. I mean he made a romantic than than all of a sudden commissar spoiled a great story so so yeah he was the victim rather than the Italian title writer well quite but it is possible to say that he broke the rules and the spirit of the rules and yet deserve to win the race. Those two things do not necessarily have to be mutually exclusive and lastly on the point of precedent this sexual really awkward and uncomfortable precedent because I mean wh what happens if tomorrow one of the big stars does something similar. Maybe not for two minutes but for one minute twenty will be an outcry because of similar circumstances circumstances and then we see one of the big names disqualified after the fact I mean you can't apply only to the twenty three race and say well. We've applied. The rules really well well. It's fairly here and then turn a blind eye in the elite race. I mean not as an absolute nonsense about. I think in self made the best reply to that. He said he was very disappointed but what we know now. I mean what we saw in this race that this young is very talented and win other races so and that's that'll be the best answer can give show I think in summary Summary we have concluded that he both deserved to be world champion and he deserved to be disqualified closed but perhaps a final workshop should be the two writers of most affected by this body seller who both reacted with graciousness to what happened and I think didn't perhaps guys work topping an upset by the is some other people on the sidelines acuff said he'll be back and by settlers expressed disappointment. They hadn't won it by being first across the line. Maybe that should be the final word on it. It won't be the cycling. PODCAST is supported by Science in Sports Science and sport fueled by science. Thanks very much to scientists sport for their support of the cycling podcast very nice to have a camera my user from sciences Despu. Our van last night thanks for coming common and you can get twenty five percents off your science support products with the code. Sis Ep twenty-five at Science Instance Sport Dot Com. That's S. I see twenty-five Science Sport Dot Com and when I was in the the swift draft hosts earlier on today the draft House I mean this is stepping into controversial territory. Isn't it visit drafting. We've established draw allow. Oh Aw oh dear drafting on swift swift drafting application could be fun as well anyway it was it was good in their the boy it was good in there and I'm going to go back but I bumped into a couple of people very involved in the twenty twenty three world championships which coming to Scotland and it'll be the first ever world cycling championships which includes track road on Monday by all the Olympic disciplines the year before the next Olympics ideas every four years the world championships which will be in August between the turn the Vuelta will be the Olympic disciplines disciplines road minded by contract so blonde school in Scotland in two thousand twenty three will be the first running of these and it should be really interesting so I spoke to the root of the the two men responsible for organizing these championships in the swift draft bump into Paul Bush Robbie quite from events Scotland swift draft is as you you are the people responsible for bringing the world championships to Scotland and three hundred twenty three which will be the first time we've had multidisciplinary for a few years and then we try might the bike road. Tell me how how did they come by. When it came out of the vision that the president's had typically as ago we met him at sport according in in the Far East literally over breakfast and it was as simple as that was like defensively doing it and we said yes and then he took us a year to get the package together with some funders Fundus but for me it's probably one of the most exciting propositions in world sport probably in the last twenty thirty years and what bad place to bring it in Scotland the perfect stage even imagine Gotcha that the track cycling will be in the Christmas velodrome in Glasgow Spelled Scotland bedbugs. DC be centered in Glasgow or will it be generally all around the country yeah yeah I obviously we've got the bill venues that we need like the velodrome as a Christmas fell Drummond the BMX center the bill last year the European Championship so we don't actually need to build uh-huh and he knew costly venues but then we've got the likes of Fort William this hosted minded by world cups for the last seventeen years we've got other mountain bike venues such as Glenn Trash in people's depots and the tweet valley and then for road races well. I'm we've got the homeless golden to work from so yeah. We don't need to invest in infrastructure. We've got a lot to work from. A- and three and a half four years to plan I mean you know yourself or do you have a shortlist in your head of possible venues for the road events. I think we've got a we've got a a long list of of great venues. Obviously we WANNA showcase all Scotland but it will be finishing in Glasgow said the traditional world championship at loops will finish in Glasgow but again we're looking at a more challenging in Glasgow to what we've had in European Championship Games in Innsbruck has well Paul. What have you learned and from those championships on. I'm here in Harrogate. I think that didn't really good job in Yorkshire. say so wonder. Folk County to cycle races the main the the topography and the terrain is really the challenge in it looks like how really embrace the event all the shops and the food and beverage places people have got used to cycling in terms of sort of France until the share so I think there's been a great job but we.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:51 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Shaving Bundle that cyclist Mac dot co dot UK slash podcast for three three issues of soccer's magazine for just five plus the muck of shaving bundle well we heard before the break there from cashier Navy Doma and I'd say lots more reaction reaction to an reporting on the women's road race in Second PODCASTS FEMINA which goes I starting next week probably Tuesday morning I would think the other big story today okay and Harrogate has been the under twenty three road race and the disqualification last night of Neal's a Dutch writer who was the winner later emerged that he had crossed the one hundred thirty kilometers to go dislocated his shoulder popped it back in and had a bite replacement and then some behind the the Dutch car car on his way back up to the bunch now when the UCI jury examined the slater on after the finish. He was disqualified and lost his gold medal. It's really split opinion. I think is quite telling a lot of professional writers have been on social media. Calling all fans have been outraged in other words. The professional writers are saying that drafting in the convoy or behind cars is higher writers get back up after a crash or mechanical Michael and the certainly a clear distinction between that and as for example holding on to the car which if you remember Vincenzo nearly did it years ago. Aroma Bar Day did not result of instant disqualification so there are two questions posed one is if he committed this offense shooting not being disqualified at the time if it was deemed to be a disqualify -able offense and second is this not the sort of thing that happens in a race every day especially if if it happens one hundred thirty kilometers good actually really have a material effect on the coming for the race well Richard Equals World Champion MPM fifteen minutes wasn't he and then the jury made that decision and some way buddy stella was upgraded from silver to goad which also Thomas pitcock moved up from fourth to third and the bronze medal position and he said he came to win the race. There was no no real joy oy in in moving up a position particularly after the disqualification now the rules are quite muddy really they allow a lot of of leeway they place quite a lot of subjective assessment in the hands of the Commerce says but the main distinction is you are allowed to move up through the whole convoy of cars coming from bumper-to-bumper moving up using the drafting effect to regain your place in the Peleton but you're not allowed to sit on the back of one car which is not in the convoy and regain lost time that way technically but we know don't we in all races writers get back on. They get back up to the Pella. Tom and they use the 'cause you know whether it's the sticky bottle or sitting on the sitting on the bumper they they use the slipstream to regain the position. Nigerian at the time they had the mechanical or the crash and it's the unwritten the grey areas and it comes down to this objective subjective interpretation. The issue I suspect is a then Ekav went on am one the rice that is what has created the situation. I was trying to think about it. The other way round say e conflict onto the podium the Rainbow Jersey and one won the race and and then footage emerged at nine ten o'clock last night and everyone was getting more hang on the winner sat on the bumper of a car in open road for two minutes plus us to get back up the public opinion. May well have swung slightly the other way so I can see both sides so I I really don't no what the right on so waugh's other than to say that he still had to pedal bike quickly. It's it's not it's not a free ride riding. It's not like holding on it's really odd. It's intense into the red okay. The car can slow down a little bit just to where you know. It's up to the commissars on the race as well and they can't they kind of is everywhere. He was off the back at the time because he crashed. Let's let's not forget where they deem. The vehicles have you providing on unfair unfair assistance they can order the vehicles to stop at the side of the road and that's what sometimes happens and as I say see everything but it would have been much better if fans have been deemed to be committed and seen at the time the action had been taken at the thing. I've let you talk like like you know most of the psyche fans and second pros for the past day but my opinion on on this I mean it's it's the general I mean immediately rule for myself to the rule is a rule and refereeing in in sports in general I mean when I was a kid you know I was a runner and my coach might trainer and all the guys you know. The staff for in my club said that the the number one rule of sport is the referee is always right. I think that's something we should get. You know kind of respect because it's kind of spreading reading not only to cycling but in all of society justice is now always criticise an a a any jesse decisions or legal decision is kind of disputing the the social networks of changed the way the things are perceived without twitter and without the videos being shown live all over over the the the Internet for the past ten years old rules. I mean that ten fifteen years ago the the the decision might have been disputed for like an hour but then nobody would have the the footage of the of the incident and it would have set alarm these days everybody thinks is both the writer the team manager a referee and Commissioner so let's so when I when I when I read an I sympathize what the the the Mo most professional rider think about it they imply. Let's face it. They imply imply that all. Ucla Commissary Bunch of idiots don't know what they're doing. So if that's the case I'll tell you what I've said repeatedly that the writers do not take an important enough role in the in the management of their own sports or they want to change the route Du. It's Stanford and say the rules. I drifting are not the clearing out. There not not good enough. We should change it but do do do something you know. Instead of always complaining that we don't know what the rules are complicated and Blah Blah Blah the second thing I I read a lot about the decisions are saying are the decision came to guess would have been put to taken out of the race straightaway. what did it take so long to comey says who decide on this sort of decision. Darren Darren a car in the race and they have to go to the finish to to to make a decision ever meeting to decide what was going on and view the footage and ends you the footage so so they come all of a sudden stop you know in the middle of the road while look the raise is going on and Evan little meeting. Make decision then go back in a race. It's not feasible so I mean if the dispute is a little bit silly so once again I tend to to even if sometimes it's wrong. I think that wants a judge makes a decision wants to referee makes a decision wants does try on someone judge you. We should not never criticize this. I mean that's the basic rules of society and the basic rules of sports. You know I agree with the principle entirely agree with the principle so but I think we have to then rethink road racing because what road racing is organized now with with a convoy is that the convoy and in other words the vehicles that follow race offer a second chance to writer who has some misfortune so a mechanical order crash. How how do people think that writer gets back to the race. They don't get by writing on their own to bunge this racing along that would be impossible so the way that rider comes by and how many writers have one racist having suffered a mechanical crash quite a few so this is a part of by racing. It's like an insurance policy. What I think is that that hasn't now the rules might stay in black and white on his buys. You save on a little bit. They're a bit vague and a bit opaque and they're usually is a fine rather than a disqualification for this kind of thing. Holding on is a different matter but sitting behind a vehicle is in that gray area thinking and it could have been a fine rather than a disqualification disqualification. This was a very harsh punishment until they agree with the point you're making Francois but there has to be consistency applying the rules and we have to also you know understand that this is high road racing has worked for decades that the convoy is effectively part of the race and it offers a way back into into the race for somebody's who's suffered might be right or wrong the way it is. Maybe the same thing on the in football sometimes refereeing that the workup is different from what the refereeing is in domestic league or even in a Champions League. Maybe UCS ranked seven example then. That's what happened that I didn't watch watch the ten minutes of Ood who actually did watch ten minutes of drafting commute few minutes yeah. It's very difficult from from this two minutes and a half to to make a real decision. I am I more competitive than than concert decide whether it's the rules or not and our professional riders do they know what what what the spirit of the rules are. That's the nurse. UCI commissaire. I don't know that's that's a that's a valid point but if that's the case then ask you know like in the old days of Rub your foot flu. Ask US one writer in the bunch to Comey said that they you know being long time to referee the rice on the professional riders coming out in support of Ekav. I understand that probably fast of all the aspects of this story because there but for the grace God goes every writer who's ever had a problem with the only has been in this position. So of course they will defy. I mean if you ever heard the football player. Say Referees are great that that's the best professional earth we love them. Have you ever heard tennis. Birth thinks that the the the lines dirges our rights I mean let spot as possible at the enemy people people criticizing the rule and the rules are referred to in various places in the UCI's regulations regulations on the operation of road racing. The rules are not clear. There's no hard and fast rule and the reason every heart and false royalties because if Francois they said okay you're allowed to draw behind a cough for one minute owner. What happened is everyone would be using that one minute and how many multiples of one minutes per race and oh you can have five one minute drops. I mean you would you would end up changing the culture of road racing so completely what we have is not perfect act imperfect situation but what the alternative you're saying is the guy crashed the answer is how showed her out up but then he not entitled to rejoin the right in place answers to this do away with the convoy in this you know in these times of climate change and so on a number of vehicles falling on the bike well. We'll commissars on on more bikes as well but am. Have you know three three or four neutral service cars in the race. I get rid of the team cars because those team cars are obviously going to help their writers if if the candidate if they think they can get away with lovely idea Richard but I mean come on that means you crash on your on the ground for forty five. I second to a minute and you you're you're not far from over but that's the kind of the point of making so to to argue the other point is to say that that right back thanks is to assistance from the vehicles falling go back to the physical effort and obviously everyone would could look a strawberry ridiculous travelling at sixty four kilometers an hour whatever ver- own ride that fall without drafting not still up there in the heart rate. It's a physical effort. The point that so is a convoy there to provide support on mechanical assistance and other support the right it's or is it there to help right is back into the race officially launching that is there well. We're expecting that that's what I do yeah. That's what the team that yesterday yeah. I'm in an age when you some guys are you know advocating into bidding power meters and ear enrages and stuff. I mean the the idea of giving up the convoy altogether. It looks quite appealing to me. The honest be like let's get back to single speed bikes to know gears. Yeah hang on let it run the the point. I made at the very beginning. The order emerged into the public. Domain is actually quite critical to the way it's being received by law people if it happened the other way round. I suspect obviously can't prove this. I suspect the feeling of public opinion would have been swayed the other way off. You know he's one the mental he's got the Jersey Easy pour out the Italian writer who cheech it out of the gold medal because this guy's written on the wheel of the bumper of the cost two minutes and the second important point is eh did did not crash that single puncture everybody would have supported the ban you know that the dramatic emotional.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I'm so that gave me confidence. It's could be possible I saw some numbers bit my power meteorologist Bill Hearts for people in the back if they produce this power also so they will not come close a lot aphids fifteen gate ago when fishy she tried to come across and then the back one forty five and in and then I got a bit nervous I saw again to ten. Maybe maybe this really crazy. They can be finished off that must've plan to took it online and create. Maybe a small group to put pressure on. It would be stupid for that. She's not use that opportunity to make the race hearts and then be the planned loss to see off the the descends seed situation and then they have contact with national coach for two most special win off the LACI innsbruck the disappointment I dan I couldn't celebrate my world title time tall at all after breaking my knee there and also on the course that the death was more opportunity to be. We'll tempted. I was moss crying that that was my only opportunity world champion and then finish off season so shitty that makes this title even more special that I can really enjoy now so Wednesday I gave myself Monday to to be a bit sets and have won their night's sleep and then I didn't want to analyze allies at this. I postponed that one week for my coach. We had a three hour ride on the course and I was thinking like and I had I had a false. Oh Shit I have to take out my world championships clothes out of my closet that maybe really sat on Wednesday and then I felt like no. There's maybe opportunities seven eight at the close skin still there and I can. They still don't have the moment that I have to dig. It was on the Meek Fund blitzen resplendent in her Rainbow Jersey one of the few things missing for her and when she crashed last year didn't spruch she crashed in Rio Olympic Games. This is the one that has eluded her. She's thirty six and her trajectory has been upward. The last is few years. She's one of these writers who's just bathroom. Bathrooms Thirties and today was while she said the the greatest performance of her career a big credit to her performance. Today was when writers tried to chase in Clay Diet went for going for a medal and she she bunked literally. There's nothing else to say. I mean she. The last lap for the young American new time-trial world champion was was hell. I mean and she I saw the finish. He was kind of limping around looking absolutely exhausted so you know when when the word the new time-trial world champion you know trying into to to go behind you finishes the race limping in pain an effort it shows the the value and even the very experiencing good time tried. It's like Italian Lonzo Ball game she she also you know tried to go for it and and not to mention this magnet. I mean no local Michael. Diamond was probably the only one to really chase him in inner change in group at first exactly I think she was you know one of the finest that she started talking. I told you promise how effective the group was in really committing to the chase. I felt watching it. There were writers either either on a bad day or not. You know soft tapping really they weren't and again. It's partly because of the distance remaining and the toughness of the circuit but also the the van Brigands there and you know she's she's an armchair right and I asked out of under Reagan. We'll hear this interview and the podcast feminine next week by impressions in that group where she was obviously not contributing whether she felt that they were committed to the chase and she said No. I mean what one of the really interesting things by by. Today's race is as being focused on the finishing circuit but the decisive moment came on the loft climbing that as I discovered average speaking wasn't surprised they had all identified as a really hard claim even the early into the race and that was a climb where on a meantime Luton went clear of writers came unstuck and one of them was one of the fancied writers gains in today's race. Even some people's eye sight favourite for the the Rainbow Jersey Cash Innovia Dome of the Polish writer writes for Canyon Shrimp and you know I spoke to her the finish here's what she had to see surprised. The race broke up the way it did so early I mean. I wasn't surprised with that break away. When the way at that time I was more surprised with my shape or with my my legs coast they were not responding me at all. It was so weird 'cause I even couldn't get this lack of s you the Malek's. I was just so MP MP and it's weird because they have no idea why 'cause I've been feeling so good before. The Star and I don't know if the last S. Today's I was just like overthinking this race and maybe I build this unnecessary stress level you my buddy because I was just so empty that even could not get out of the saddle and that's the massage normal for me so I don't know why my the for this somehow. Maybe that's what kind of a lesson but it's a hard one and yeah. It's just so weird. I mean like I can't blame anyone. Just me and my legs said we're not responding me. It's been difficult because you must have known as well. The writers from group high difficult was going to be together back. Yeah yeah definitely. I kind of hope that everything will come together. I knew that it might be difficult to catch and they made but I still like hoping for position. Although everyone was writing hard like the first I grew up in the in our group. There are not very working smoothly so many times those stops flag just writing very slowly but yeah it's crazy seriously like you know coming here like before Rainbow Jersey because you feel so good in your body and your confidence to like Mike Waking up feeling kind of like having a terrible down the bike. It's weird 'cause I dunno life normal. Human beings can understand that because it's like 'cause I even understand 'em. What do you make of enemy listens performance hundred four kilometers on her own the right to say something. It's like wow I have no idea I mean like it's mind blowing to be honest..

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Lionel where Mbeki's TV. No you don't need to know we've taken up residency they. How are they going to get rid of tomorrow. I'm just going to be here all next week. As well on the doors is big enough for us. We've been today though to be fair. We've all had the old things on today and that we must mention last night shouldn't way we should stop by mentioning our event last night the role well. I agree occasion that was we had my white Daniel. Free Donald freed. We had them cheers. Ganja Miller came and join us for the six hundred people in the audience which is the biggest thing we've ever done and it was Francois Tommaso Lionel burn in me and those other people and it was great wasn't it. It was great. I mean Don Vermont remarkable man. Daniel free business comes to cover the world championships and goes home before the elite racists yeah but I was there for the Big Knights which was well you know our show that he was he was really good. Success smoother thing. I think they joined it. I mean I I this we did and I mean the thing about how he is quite. Small place on its full of cycling fans soon walk here today of a lot of people who were there and they've all said very nice things and being very very nice generally on it does feel feel as if this time has been taken over by cycling and cycling fines and not feeling is intensifying isn't a an today for the women's road race the atmosphere on the crowds in the in the center were fantastic. I saw the penultimate passage and the one before that of the women's rights down on the ESPN of the circuit where they come sweeping down the hill and then do a hard left and then sweep and then a few minutes later they come down on the main run into the bottom of the final climb and so that a real bottleneck of fans very very busy six seven eight on that corner a real amphitheater off off sound there and the finishing straight as well which was deeply packed crowd a lot of noise and it does feel like the world championships has really started this afternoon and it. It's also very good manages very nice. I mean people are sometimes with spot. Crowds can be a little bit aggressive or are you have. The feeling meeting of there is some tension there not here. It's like a big garden party no way and it's it's very nice great. We were remarking earlier in the week it didn't they like the the the overseas finds had really arrived on mass yet and they re eighty half now hearing lots of European actions accents around or or a group of about eight or ten. I seem Dutch. People don't want to judge by appearances in orange. head-to-toe orange policeman is outfits swith orange policemen's helmets and the Belgians are here the Norwegian here and Slovakians Amazing. Yeah warm heated. SAGAWA's obviously don to that country. EC Olov Slovakian fans here the the power of our per south a multiple winner light not supposed the fastest clothing in the world tour the home of cycling with character right and watch with rather in two thousand nine hundred nineteen as they party the F. Education fast and canyons tram. Thank you very much indeed Taraf our title sponsor and we spent time today rose manly and I Rafeh pop up we we started went around the time to various places to watch the race that was for an episode of this podcast Femina which will come out next week. Ah focused entirely on the the women's road race today as unfolded. We've got quite love interviews in there as well but we'll hear a couple of interviews in this episode two and we're also Leith Throng GonNa talk about the controversy and the twenty three road race and disqualification of winner that that was happening as we prepared for our show last night so they didn't feature sure in last night's podcast brought. We'll talk about that later on. I'm also get some news on the World Championships in two thousand twenty three in Scotland which will be the first ever world cycling championships uh-huh ships including track road and mountain biking but today the big event was obviously the women's road race and well what the performance wants from enemy. Luthan amazing earlier in the week. She underperformed in the time trial. She's the time-trial champion from the last two years of course and was expecting to yeah well she said in her post race press conference or interviews after the time trial that she felt that power number there but just didn't happen for in the time mm trial but she was a slight seed of doubt whether she could get the right kind of performance level for the road race but was still confident the you know the training and number she was doing wouldn't just evaporate and well one hundred and four kilometers out in front on her own a real commanding performance winning by two minutes fifty and ahead of Anan Bragan Team May of course Amanda Spratt was just behind for Australia taking bronze and really then the time gaps everyone else was another back to Khloe Donka Owen and another minute back to Elisa Longo Ball Guinea and then another minute back to what was left of the bunch and the course really did some damage once. I'm Luton went away on her own. We were talking over the course of the week and as well in our events last night about team tactics when you've I've got one team that he's stronger than everybody else and Matt. White made a very good point about quick steps tactics in the classics. He said when they signed Mattio Mattio Trenton for Mitchelson Scott one of the first things he asked him was how do the how does a tactical plan decided for the cobbled classics to a floundered. Empire pyro by on Trentino apparently said well. It's basically a a rice getting the first big break and it was similar here. That was the thing that it was going through my mind. Once member Tim was away was really she was kind of racing against other teammates to be the first one up the road knowing that the a team spirit and the organization and kind of trust and faith between each of them is enough that they would then do everything they could to defend and and assist and really that's what happened you wonder would under Bragan have been strong enough with a strong enough to do the same kind of thing. I suspect they might might have had a gun. No vander breaking went clear with three thousand nine Columbus loss. You're not that was hailed at the time is extraordinary ordinary in a way this is going to sign weird in a way it was more extraordinary because today the string circumstances conspiring to sort of help. If I'm with now we also heard from white last night by trainer she is and she trains with the Mitchell and Scott man and prey much holds her own on big long rides in particular. She's a very good time triallist and I think one thing she would know is that she's capable. Full of writing one hundred kilometers honored heart. She doesn't training all the time so when she go clear without distance life. I think she was thinking. I'm going to write a month to finish. You're going to hear from in a moment. She's saying he's not but behind her. She had there was a chasing group with Anna Vonda pregnant at now she was. She was like an anchor for that group that you know those writers that group with designs winning would have had in the back of their minds in the front of their minds all the time at Van de Braga's there. She was a massive danger. That would have had a bearing on how the the race play not to take a toll from what was an extraordinary amazing performance. Maybe that's that's the points about a disappointment in in the time. Trial came from the fact that actually over twenty thirty case. Maybe you know Reagan all in on the Dick Lloyd Eiger who were better on this type of distance but over hundred K's probably probably Bruton is the only one capable of doing that but also another number Reagan in the press conference said once Savan Rutan gone she said well. I'm happy with silver because that's the highest medal I could go for meaning new implying that once from Luton was ahead there was no chasing her and as you said confirms that actually the race the tactics within the Dutch team was the first out you know is going for it you know and and the so and Van Roten took a chance and she will say later but she she said it again. I mean she. She didn't think in the first place that she was going going all the way she maintained gap and she she said she really thought that the chasing group will come across and then maybe we'd be unabridged chance but it never happened so she so as extraordinary performance may look she actually pays a self up very well because for forty as the gap was about forty five fifty seconds and so she was not outer limits and that's when she realized that you know they were not coming back behind her and maybe some of them had already settle for for for metals instead of to the for the win that she really gave it a whole and and then on leave on route and I think on all of the field is capable of all such such a long long effort effort to hear from enemy of here. She is speaking of the finish talking about not extraordinary hundred hundred and four kilometers solo attack and the moment she worried that Khloe Doniger who'd countertop behind might get back up there. Did you think when you go away on your own with hundred and four kilometers to go and that you think this is a this is the race or what we're you were what was going through your head at that point that I felt good today and it's fun would be really stupid to ruin my last solo with Ms Loco goats dot com continue continue for behind the situation and they're not changing heart so go for it yeah and then you get inspired to go for it and F- I'm like I I give it a go but also play the bit smart not to give everything in fear spot and just take time on the climate did you were you getting information by the time gun. No motive was pretty good also telling me what's happening behind and that if they were chasing chasing harder who are there so devas goods because Abby Abbey don't have communication so yeah yeah. You need to know what's happening if they were chasing me. I guess and it would be stupid to continue. Could you imagine though the thought that you would stay. I front on your own. The whole race. No becomes teammate so load I. I couldn't believe that but that would be possible. Only I felt good today and still had power all this. I'm so that gave me confidence. It's could be possible I saw some numbers bit my power meteorologist Bill Hearts for people in the back if they produce this power also so.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Two thousand nineteen as they partner e F education fast and canyons throb. Why no I'm not going to ask you where we are because we are in. These is pointless question but I won't into Betty's tonight on. Who did I find a Frenchman drinking red wine in an English teashop that can only be one man. This is bullshit. I saw the worst I Swiss wine. Is it Francois I went I. I wanted to go for the swim. I because I love swimming. Actually they do. I I mean that's. That's one of the unheralded countries of wine. They actually do pretty good you know. Pinot noirs and stuff and the voice I don't like that much but the the reds are are quite surprising so I nearly went for it and then I saw a French one. That's not far from home and well having travelled eleven hours to get here. I said okay. Let's take a little bit. My stomach still needs a little bit of French wine so inside a French so now you've just ordered a bottle of good Yorkshire. Timothy Taylor hailers landlord absolutely settled down and get you back. Let's let's remind listeners. Ah Your spiritual home almost as Yorkshire having spent some time in doncaster after at a young man spent a year in doncaster as a as a kind of French what did they used to call them absent which meant hours kind of what conversation conversation classes or silly classes with the young people in doncaster even though it was a DJ there for a northern soul stuff if you know so I I think that's the very odd thing I was bringing also singles but back from say to northern England you oh so you actually seven or more northern so but yeah I ended up being a northern solve. Dj for a couple of months of huge disco in doncaster the the name of which I can't remember that you all and you've come to harrogate to see Judy analogously win the Rainbow Jersey on Sunday of course. I don't really think that's going to happen unfortunately but who knows who knows well big Yorkshire Bienvenue Francois. We should tell people Francois Tommaso who obviously Lisa joins us for our coverage has come over to the world's. You'll be join us tomorrow for the world. Championships are bike ride an event in East Yorkshire and then on Friday and other a hole in Harrogate. I'm which is going to be a great event..

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It's rained all constantly will afternoon as well so to get the roads clear if they work for the women's rights about pretty impressive effort rarely yeah. Have you heard the organizers is a whole lot. UCI Sports in within relate safety wise and then you've got the police Lisa here and they get the concept the fiber gate I guess and yeah within within a half an hour the main obstacles on that four K. takeoff. We've just gone and that's pretty impressive. Lady slots riding the right but they'll get on this fantastic times yeah so have did it. Come close to being postponed this afternoon. I mean delayed by about forty minutes. I think with Komo's fans talking about possibly spawning and controlling tomorrow morning and not the I heard a lot not being on social media in the causing still I didn't hear anything I just OUTTA. Breath walks up from the group that we're in for drivers. This say he's been delayed until half past three so around. Star didn't have any news of that so humanitarian shoot shoot that. I do cycling PODCAST team Kart at the back of the tax lease. PK The voice of Radio tour of the Tudor Frans interrupting our episode to remind us on this occasion to tell you that this episode is sponsored by Locker. Locker is a specialist bicycle insurance company with a difference difference. 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Aka don't co Taught UK okay well we heard before the break there from Dean dining and who's got important job with this week just an email from the UCI Lionel we last night we stepped out site but seven twenty from Betty's our usual residents bettys and and it was really quite dark and we realized that the men's on the twentieth doc it was dark. The men's on three days on Friday was shelled finish a roundabout time and or just after seven and we thought are they going to have have lights dates or you know what they're gonNA. Do is properly dr just an email but they've changed the start time ten minutes earlier it will start on one lot of the Harrogate. Circuit is being removed this. Is You know design. You can do the weather but this is staggering. This was sheduled for everybody knows what is Dr Dino. Why The the under twenty three writes has to be so late is because where it starts and all of the vehicles of all well said was talking about this so we've got to get back out having after the finish of the morning's race gotta get back out there to the star is about an hour and a quarter away. You Go build in a bit of time there but oh you're absolutely right. This is this is kind of. This is supposed to pay basic guys. The under Twenty Three's the pinnacle of their season and now they're racing assure to distance than the nice is what I know is imagine how dangerous it could be an feeling white. Dickie Bird lives down the road his light meter Headingley's not far away is it you know that after six pm you can't bowl you fast bowlers. Eddie this four lights on the board. Come on guys to than what you're talking about the cricket cricket reference Richard. You know talking about just imagine Richard when it gets to certain darkness they unsafe safe to toss the cable so just because no no one would be able to see where it lands very similar very similar. It sounded the Flemish. Oh Dear Oh dear anyway moving on Ed Time-trial Tomorrow M. Men's time trial what what do we what do we expect from that well. Ordinarily you would say Rohan. Dennis is going to repeat his victory from last year wouldn't you. I mean he was impressive. Last year big winning margin over Tom Dumoulin one twenty-one and INVICTA company with was very close to Dumoulin but ruined anytime race since the the really strange and unusual withdraw from the Tour de France on the stage to Bunia to be go away effectively down tools for whatever reason I'm we I mean we we've we've winkled out a little bit of information about what was what was wrong dissatisfaction with the with the bikes all the rest of it we do. Gotha uh-huh from our moles and spies. They won't be an awful lot of Bahrain Morita branding on any of his on any of these kit will buy it'd be really interesting to see whether it is even logo on his skin suit or an walk bike he's on but we understand and he's raring for it ready to go and well. I wouldn't put it past him repeating just on on sort of willpower we're and a determination to get back in the saddle after what must be quite an unusual and difficult fumes for him. Yeah the talk is the numbers better than ever. The people around him think that he is he's going to do it. We know that he's focused on it because this is the only thing that's left in his season as you mentioned he hasn't racist. We wonder where he'd gone on that day. At the Tour de France we we know great operator hugely talented athlete and when he focuses on something once he gets the mental aspect right. He is one of the top athletes indiscipline. I think we've ever seen Rohan Dennis were told up for it and I guess we've got to believe that but what I'm really looking forward to seeing how Remco ever poor does does for Belgium. I mean they've got company to company and even a Paul. Both potential medallists people are sort of saying dying wife Nepal. Maybe top five maybe on the podium but who knows I mean. He's he's this time last year. He was riding in the junior events and he won both of them. He Lost Austria. He won junior road race and time trial at national European and world level this year he won the senior. European time trial championships impeach ships in Alkmaar beat Casper are screen his trade team teammate of course an Eduardo Feeney who also won the time trial tour Britain couple of weeks ago so so pay degree there and I gather that ever Nepal will have a new specialized as well which are very excited about and we'll have to see how he does but I think a medal is not out of the question another guy who's been very vocal in saying I am feeling better than ever and he's not always been that confident certainly publicly with regards to copyright if cap announce par- pardon me if the weather continues to be like is go friends are squamous missile. Maybe getting I was GONNA do siren noise for the slight misstep on the pronunciation narrow bit of a Kakabadse. Sorry I mean there's nothing nothing worse than a corrupt policeman is that but when you look at the start list and the and the back end of it I mean we've got the in reverse order of Dennis last as defending champion company. That's primoz rogue Lich. How will he come out of the Vuelta. Willy Willy have done too much. I screen all of Vada Hager Steffen Kuehn Tony Martin Jonathan Customer Echo. I mean lots of writers who they're in the top ten last year so we could be looking fairly similar sort of result as we had last year. I suppose from last year's talk ten big absentees Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was fourth well off the podium but was fourth last year but I can't see further than well. I hate predictions anyway but Dennis finish raw ch- every poll the cycling podcast is supported by science in Sport Science in sports fueled by science. Thank you very much indeed to science in sport for their support of the cycling podcast and if you want to stock up on all your sports nutrition products go to scientists support dot com and at the checkout enter the code SIS CPI twenty five and thank you indeed to science and sport very grateful to them. Do they have waterproof jealous for Thursday's ride that we're doing the wall championships hips waterproof gels come in waterproof packets. They don't worry about lot. You'll be fine now. Chops so in completely different I met this morning with a a guy called Mike mcsherry and who is running an art project in Bradford where the women's road race starts on Saturday and he explains it better than I can and let's hear all about the art project is running in Bradford and also a a special offer to listeners of recycling podcast. I'm Michael mcsherry Kareem from the open wheel and this week for the to coach World Championships in Bradford. We've got an exhibition called Welcomes Gomer which the station mills new venue in Centenary Square. How did this come about. we will is me and my brother. Brendan and Finn and we've been running the sports even your article West Riding classics in Two Thousand Ten and in two thousand sixteen we read about this club Goma Cycling Club in article and we really liked them before well. Maybe we raise a small money through our sports that my beautiful so we go into it she and they said yes please and since then we've just had a relationship with really really sound really really a brilliant cycle quality and amazing stuff how in Goma and to the only sided knew anything about Gomer until I read it. I didn't know where it was what the circumstances were. I didn't know there was a volcano. They're all this enormous this lake or it was on the ball around. Rwanda or there was a million refugees or I just didn't know anything about him. But now food food cycling connection cyclist cyclists have got to know all about a place to November and they're just really really really cool. People people doing good stuff sewing twenty eighteen we sent out some camera with students and since then then they've been interviewing themselves and filming various bits and pieces. We've edited that into a ten minute documentary and we've also created this virtual reality experience to complement it. which is what the basis of this exhibition you saying the you know the the volcanoes of parlay fairness still a threat to that comes across in the film that it might erupt again but they are the road road network that can you explain the extent of the road network and an you know the the the virtual reality? Southie thing in the film you know there's this kind of rubble all around so constant reminders of cocaine yeah as a few do things that would solve define. Venar if all the place as understood biles in north and is the scenario area of extreme levels of conflicts and poverty environmental jeopardy so from the conflict point of view. We're we're all familiar oh you we feel like to. Rwandan genocide after genocide has subsequently been a number of wars and those collectively create a million refugees nots. That's basically the population of Goma on top of that. You've you've got billy goat in film Charlene so you've found of talks about seventy or more armed groups in the region around Goma and then you've also got this incredible volcano which is already already voted twice in the last fifteen years and could evoked any minute and is extremely powerful thing that you would think so phenomenal as a piece of the Earth's Earth's planet that you'd think is famous and would all know about you but about I'd never heard about it. They live in the shadow of all these things but what really really comes across when you get to know them and hopefully comes across in the film and hopefully comes across in..

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"A little bit later but one of the things he was saying that was your weather is unpredictable you. You can't really even with the four cost cost. You can't necessarily say that the right set in until it set in but it really did set in today didn't it and as you're right food covering still damp trump still damp Richard. I've changed my salk but the show is the it's the Gazelle is the gazelles on their again in the old method yeah yeah. I'm I'm a I'm a confidence player on a damp fook. I'm really upset. Why I'm I feel bad complaining because obviously obviously I came off much less badly winning. You didn't have to go swimming off the road. Is that no well a couple of really by crushes one there in the men's under twenty twenty three time trial this morning the weather was was by there was a lot of standing water on the course we saw a couple of riders complaining being and some snow two ways about and the Danish rider who went under the water and came up as if he jumped tempt into the shallow end of the swimming pool it was quite extraordinary or even David. I'm Mikhail Burke of Denmark. Won won the under twenty three time for the third year in a row and well. He's quite talent isn't he and he will be writing professionally for your team. emerets next year is the bronze medallist Brendan McNulty of the US. I he been writing with rally team. This year had some really great results in the spring actually spoke to him flesh. We'll own spring but we didn't play that in any of the costs for some reason I don't know we'll have to dig out play some the all Kaj wait until appear in an episode of antiques bloomers in ten years or something like that well no bloom is about I mean he's clearly a clear interview clearly Lilia big talent and he was one of two Americans on the podium because silver medallist in garrison of the US as well but bucs winning margin twenty eighty six seconds was impressive but then I mean the story the Diet is it how well chloe our of the US. I did eight in the women's time-trial. She absolutely blew the Fairwood away. Didn't she rich well. There was talk of the women's time not not happening then it was delayed leads because the weather was so bad and there were parts of course we're. We're very dangerous. Nazi cordoned them off for for the women and it was an astonishing astonishing performance by her united. Make Fun of listeners one lost to world time trial championships and Bragan. That's fourth time she's finished second in the time-trial and they weren't just beaten. They were hammered. I mean vander. Brigham was a minute half thrown van gluten. Almost two minutes is not inconceivable mean. She's he's been winning time trials by that. Sorry Martin G Rosa and so on and what's fascinating about is just that Cloyd Dagger Owen. She's a very good track writer. She won the junior road and time titles in two thousand fifteen. She's twenty two years old and 'em raise much against these writers you know she she race in America America for an American team and she's combining track as well so she was a real unknown coming race. Although she won four seasons of Colorado closer recently uh she's not doesn't race regularly against these other writers so it was it was a fascinating thing kind of match up. I think only in terms of what they now on the road a lot of writers will have known and heard about her and performances on the track. They knew she was coming. They heard about what happened in the junior world championships. Previously this was performance that blew everybody away and I think I'm writing saying somebody might know little better booked. I'm pretty sure that's that's the biggest winning margin in a time trial in any of the elite time draws that we've ever had since the event started twenty five years ago and and it solidified the United States places is the most successful nation ever in winning elite women's Times. I think at seven now since the one the first one in one thousand nine hundred four that's right Karen correct one in Agrigento in Sicily in ninety four the first time the there were individual time trials in the world championships. Chris Boardman won the men's title that year on all my certain certain that's right that's right isn't it reached ninety four but the other American winners since then Marie Holden in two thousand employees I I was at. I don't remember that I remember the fact that Jeannie Longo was beaten in which was quite a You know quite a story. The time the great French writer who wants she won pretty much everything multiple times other Americans Kristin Armstrong a couple of times and benevolent of coaches quote. Would that's right and I'm Banaban News. One twice who is was was fourth today. I was GONNA say just off the podium batch. Neither gap was was big. It was forty five seconds or they're also but really impressive performance and well we'll hear from clery talk in in the episode of the second pocus. Feminine which will be out either late late tonight or tomorrow but she she did make that point rich about not really knowing the level way she slot in against these rytas because she's not really right this kind of level on the road for a couple of years but you mentioned about the the the the question over whether women's Dontrelle would even go ahead this afternoon noon. I gather that serious discussions about canceling or postponing simply because it would have made the shuttering even more nope complicate it tomorrow but I did do quite an impressive job of cleaning up the course and we'll hit from Dean Downing in the next Paul. WHO's one of the drivers for the coma says well the far guy came out and pump the road the water company route pumping water off the road and they did manage to put cones out to to warn riders to keep off the in two really difficult part on the right hand side out of the key them out of the deepen Khloe dog and an Amiga van blue. Tim both did didn't make anything over the fact that there was a change to the rhythm and routine of the afternoon. It was the same for everyone and chloe dog. It made a very good point that you know she races on the track. Well used to having a final coming up that might be delayed because of extra heat in other events and what have you so that they did have to adapt to some prote- challenging conditions out there the fastest clothing in the world of cycling with character ride. 'EM WATCH WITH RATHER IN TWENTY-NINE AS THEY PARTNER E F Education Fast and Canyon Rafeh Oh and and we're in the Rafeh pop here in Harrogate which is very nice is big. Isn't it over two floors three floors to two and a half three floors yeah. We're on a team out of state agents. This will be a well-presented mezzanine deceptively. Lee spacious. 'EM WHOA champion's jerseys on the war which is which is a nice touch. Obviously the rainbow bands very well. Representative won't won't be gone there. We've got a vascular has time trial Rainbow Jersey that we've got a weakens jersey. I'm not sure where that would be fake fake fake that was from those sorry apologies good. I'm rope and The the the Yorkshire Edition rougher Jersey fetching approaching checkerboard sort of design. It'd be better if the red rose on it obviously but even as a line cash that that's not Bad Jersey on Richard Richard wearing the hat from that collection as well. I mean yes. It's annoying thank you. He looks silly in its thank you. Thanks guys I yeah so we were here earlier with Cash Doma and you rob I gather the shrimp team who are competing beating on Saturday in the women's road race all going to be here on Saturday night and I think they've got other writers coming. Mandy Jones a world champion in one thousand nine. Hundred two is coming here tomorrow night and it's going to be the victory isn't because cash any of your demise already told us what the podium we'll. She knows he's going to win alone on Saturday and lizzy diagne is going to be second second and third is correct. That was crazy. Yeah that's GONNA be her. She's even drawn are drawn that in her journal and she's drawing the podium with her on the top step so she's watching me how via cough skis when two thousand fourteen world championships in Radha for inspiration lost a couple of days. She loves was a circuit. Watch out for 'em will hear a little bit from our event at the end of tonight's episode and Herash diverts when we just don't Khloe dig- one thing we didn't mentioned in the first part is I think the PK tweets a dish that her time was good enough would've been good enough to put her in twelfth place in the men's under twenty three and of course she's. He's under twenty-three Hustle so I mean that's a really interesting compassionate. Just just shows you. The you know the level that she don't praying that it was an amazing right I mean she. She beat world to approach beat mark her she she beat writers have signed for World Cup team here really remarkable and it continues what we've been talking about the theme of this season really he's talking. She's an under twenty three riders. You should know the young rider who's come through to the very top and beaten established professionals. We're talking about two superstars who were there just beneath on the podium on have under Breyer and unexplained floatin Olympic champions world champions. She's been the very best in by the biggest margin ever be wary. Everybody do tune into podcast Femina which should be released tomorrow morning. We'll hear from Clay Doniger Annemie Van Velzen a a very emotional Asti Movement Paseo or record on Kgo Haley Simmons very interesting on how the the delay and the question of whether we should go ahead am affected her her warm up you know sh fade dialed in terms of leaving to finish our warm up certain time and you know very interesting so that will be release. Lisa think tomorrow morning line also with William Fotheringham about his new book on Beryl Burton and a ruse manly and I look ahead to the road race on Saturday satiety so we hear from Dialing Yeah Dean Downing National Creek Champion back in the day store the premier calendar Eh decent track Raido as well and Yorkshire Cycling Royalty Yorkshire citing rolling along with the brother. Russell shared a room with them once the lands lands classic. I think it was called in Holtz. Not Far East riding in nineteen ninety nine. I believe while he's driving. One of the coma says a jury in order to the races and the commerce had tricky job today because of catching going on and that's where the time trials keeping their eyes open for any illegal drafting often and what have you and also the logistical challenges you know with regard to suddenly the women's race. The time gaps between the riders were change from a minute half to a minute so it really helps. Everyone had to adapt very quickly. I think you know that you can't legislate for.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I didn't think was an advantage for an today coming with the pressure festival and that the course was not suited for her skills is very short. I mean I as an event you know in in the UK. We have a very lively time-trial seen on ten mile time. Trial is the shortest distance we cover the the women today wrote fourteen kilometers which is less than ten miles. I mean really noticed since the tall well. This was one of my questions about today really why there is absolutely no justification for having the junior men and junior women as time trials as different links that why oh I don't have them both the same length. I mean especially when the women's racing the trend is at the elite level races all getting longer. They are getting tougher. I just don't see really how you can say that. It's right women erase half the half the dishes men Sabbath view on that would have meant that you you would have had to do to to the working up this morning at seven. That's that's one of the reasons. I don't think you should have the same distances for elites women in elites men. That's completely pointless like it's completely would be completely pointless to have a Grand Slam tennis tournament with five sets says for women and five cents per men on the other hand. I do agree that on such short distances like thirteen kilometers for for the men and twenty six for the for the men yeah why why not have the same distances for the juniors. It's interesting when you say that because I I suppose they willing following him is just reading a book about Battle Barth in the Great Wall. She lives in Harrogate Yorkshire. Cyclists who is many times world champion champion and and one of her great achievements was over the twelve hour event where she actually held the overall overall record and I mean because he made the argument argument that she when it comes to endurance and ultra insurance women can beat men you know we saw it recently at Trans Content Continental Racine and other events so the there's maybe the you know maybe it should be. Maybe the women should be racing over to lots of the men over one. I don't know I I I really don't know I mean. There's no reason why they should be the same necessarily but there was a big discrepancy there with men racing over to ops in the women just want an seem to build the getting up at seven o'clock in the morning argument is probably you don't. WanNa fly with a lot of people in case the shed you'll need to look. I mean we've got some weird shuttling anyway this week. The under twenty three minutes road races due to finish finishes five point seven on Friday which is basically some set. I mean we're talking here now. At twenty five point six and it's pretty gloomy out there and if we have wet weather and dark always like could be racing the final lap in practically the dark yeah the the reason for for for that late finish is because the stops of the women's junior and men's on the twenty three races are in doncaster and that's basically an hour and ten minutes away from where we all right now in harrogate so so basically when when we we finished the junior women's race the whole organization has to rush back to doncaster. It's an hour and ten minutes but I was told that they might they might get rid the lamp or the under twenty three men's race. That'd be good said because I mean you could join us on time for our event. The role for which there is still tickets available on their align their podcasts dot com live events clicked on the time and come and join over five hundred people. The royal on Friday should be great fun on yeah. We've got Matt White Coming and we Mitchelson Scott Sportster Outta who famous former doncaster waiter Francois Tommaso of course. Yes yes yeah reprising our lineup from the arts theatre a couple of years ago where Matt White brought the house down with famously indiscreet anecdotes hoping for more of the same way shoot that I do cycling team car the back of the PK the voice of Radio tour the two of the Frans interrupting our episode strange very strange but.

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Two thousand nineteen as they partner e F education fast and canyons throb this week equating alligators. We're back to us again yeah. We we even moved some people may have the suspicion that we haven't moved but we have actually been outside today and Howrah good. We were hit for lunch and we're now back here for high tea. Well yeah water. You know what a wonderful place is is and we did have an Icelandair. I mean informed by our chat last night. 'em With Don who told us all about the the Swiss connection Kevin and how it's still family owned and we noticed when he pointed out there Swiss specialties all over the menu thing. We both had Swiss Swiss lunches didn't we I. I had the Bacon Rushdie assure you we're GONNA go. fliegelman steak. Lionel this has to stop. I wouldn't the AUBERGINE Schnitzel missile and that was delicious and I just had a coffee a clear rolls back down the hill at the end of the week. If we carry there's a stand there was some cycle racing today just on the other side of that window there and then I said PK with us. Who is who is watching closely is where we was a joke? We were watching closely as you were watching closely. The junior women's time trial and the junior men's time trial today. Yes not a very entertaining day. COSC- joking around that it's not always very entertaining the time trials to be honest at the world championships but today was a very good day probably because of the circuit first civil demanding circuit and also because the was drama both in the women's race in the men's race. We'll talk about later on. Can you tell us exactly what your role is here because we know your voice obviously from Radio France and other races but what's your job here. like on the total of France and Paris knees by it'll be I'm radio here on the toilet horse race radio on the world championships so I'm all the time trial events events. I'm at the finish line and just give out times the intermediate times. If something happens because I see on the screen AH puncture it sets starts at all say on on race radio but I basically just give out times and the days are very long for me and I can't wait until the road races where I can eventually she gets into the red car and and enjoy the road races as of Thursday in terms of the specifics of the job obviously the world well to a pros. You can probably spot the shape of a hair pour some shape who who it might be yeah yeah. I mean you must know the riders so yeah well particularly at the end of three weeks on the to Franz she obviously presumably you wait until you've got absolute confirmation of a race number on the back before we give some information on race RADII. Ah It's the job harder here because you're less familiar with the junior rider under twenty three riders and even the elite race. You've got the right of the unfamiliar Kit. Because every national jerseys I it's it's different and it's not as easy indeed for several reasons festival because I don't necessarily recognize the the kids to the jerseys love nations of presence. I don't know the names of the riders especially in the junior ranks it's also it's also tricky because the juniors and the the under twenty three's make raises extremely entertaining and tend to crash a lot that makes my job even harder because because it happens all the time and I'm pretty sure that if it rains but it never rains a Yorkshire but if it rains in Yorkshire. It's going to be pretty hectic as fast I am. You're you're doing really well integrating into Yorkshire here you order tea and and with your ass. If you wanted milk or lemon you ask for milk and lemon on the side. That was an unusual choice what to do with the lemon. They're having the the coming through the milking fresh out and I want to do with all this tea shop vitamin C. No I'm GONNA go that. That'll be on my my second cup. Okay good just clearing up those following me there. Hurry join your bettys. Tea is good. It's delicious and if you and the plenty punky piano in the background is the hello going from. Take a lemon yellow sports jacket and blue shirt and kind of brightly colored tie a lounge lizards. It's out isn't it. I like it nice atmosphere. Lovely it is what else have you done today. Lionel well. That's a difficult legal question. I know it's not really the only answer is I spent the morning in hotel writing Assam diary entries for our forthcoming book the Grand Tour Diaries. I which I'm horrendously behind on for a number of reasons so it was good to have the opportunity to do that this morning before popping up to see some of the racing this afternoon to noon and also went into the fans for the first time and was really impressed with what they've done there. It's kind of it's like the market area of a music festival but for cycling lots of stores and tencent obviously lots of the bike brands a hair showing their stuff but lots of lots of things for people to do do when either between the races or you know when they particular when the road races or I'm waiting and waiting for the riders to come round I if if there aren't enough bars cafes some restaurants to keep people entertained that enough in the fans zone for them as well. I bumped into British cycling official. Who said that there were a bit disappointed by the crowd so far bu I do think the crowds begin to arrive world champion so much with the best will in the world am the men's and women's junior time trials? Those are not great spectacles. I mean we're they're raising questions. They were talking about not for somebody's not into cycling or even for somebody. Who's into cycling it doesn't offer an awful awful on the bever problem in my view because it is our showpiece week of world road championships. MP ships and the time tr-. I'm sorry but some people love watching time trials. I don't think they're great spectacle on certainly don't think they're great spectacle for people who are no no into cycling. Well remember a few years ago. Maybe a decade ago. There was a period of maybe six to eight years where the junior race is one part of this week's program and they've reincorporated the junior racing and I think that's actually quite important for the development of the riders. I think the results from events like today's will gain great to significance in potential four five six years. I mean when you look back. I'm particularly at the men's time. Trial winners in the junior ranks over the last twenty years or so. They're a pretty good indicator of some some coming stars. Fabio country won a couple of Times Marshall kittle title one time trial a couple of times Taylor phinney Mikhail Khodorkovsky Luke Coverage Bob young goes or wanting consecutive years so you know in in recent years Brendan. Not Tom PITCOCK REMCO avenue poll last year Kamina of course yeah you could look at the results in in a few years time and say well leash with that first big result on the world stage not a guarantee of future stardom but it could be that we look back and say oh that was that was the guy who one in harrogate who is now a world tour pro and winning time trials or racist on the biggest stage another interesting statistic. I saw on twitter Kathy Ruby number of writers to win the under twenty three and elite individual time trial world title zero number writers to win on the twenty three Ad elite elite road race world title zero so that's quite interesting statistic. Nobody has won the under twenty. Three titles gone on to win the senior but not have one junior and then under twenty which is interesting. Yeah come now for example well. Rh Most recently Maharaj won the Giunea Nia and the under twenty three world titles twenty thirteen well champion on Sunday does not a bad show he he may be cited for the era especially. If it's rainy on the defense he has a he has that technique crew others might not have that. Is You know. We're getting quite good. Look if nothing else we're getting goodly. The circuit aren't weighing on is is very challenging. Even here on the finishing straight to climb up to the finish is really hard and when you see people on their time trial bikes likes lily laboring up here. You realize it's going to be quite crucial point the ray they've done something really good with with this could because if you look back at the torture France in two thousand fourteen Tori Yorkshire I believe two three years ago that was a long long long straight and it was finished finishing at the same same place and they decided that it was important to cut cut that long straights and eventually they decided to go left to go left left left and back on on on the straight words the hardest and that will make a major difference on Sunday and for the road races the fastest clothing in the world tour the home of cycling with character Ryden Item Watch with rapper in two thousand nineteen as they partner e F Education Fast and Canyon strong. Thanks very much to Rafeh or headline sponsor a little reminder if anybody's in harrogate on Tuesday evening. I'm doing an event at the the Rafa pop up. They're not sure who with hooping sapped my join me for maybe rob hatches well. What do you think can he be tempted. I have a rendezvous on Tuesday but I will come for sure excellent well they are saying. PK will be excellent. Excellent Sabin rendezvous will be there and if you don't want to see Richard but he wanted to meet Sam. I I things Ron yeah the rendezvous and yeah we'll be there. I think seven o'clock I think maybe earlier six thirty six thirty to be safe the RAFA pop up in Harrogate and so the time today I will interesting stories. I mean both winners had misfortunes. Although the women's junior time trial when I go Kariba of Russia second at the European Championships recently they swapped places in the first and second am here because they were della around at the European championships and the Dutch she girl who was second. His name is currently forgotten by can share. I can look that up. I know she read Van Anri. Done my low countries I mean she went off course before the climb up to the finish. She went straight on the deviation. The derivation where the vehicles go very easily Donnacha John Attributes dumb but not if you've record the course. It's interesting to just two things you were talking about. The of the day the favorites today back stats and and be cool did not win so that's a rather rather zinc and talking amounts of eagle gorilla. I had a chat with her for Life Television. My Russian is is absolutely perfect on say but she was explaining via charming interpreter. That's yes it was not at all the faults of the course of your position. There was someone that showing her to go to go right and she she was explained that it often happens that she just switches off. She has a problem inside her brain and she switched off and and that's why she went straight it and to win. After going on the deviations is absolutely outstanding well. It must have a real shot of Adrenalin. Though this the fright the scare an just in time to this hill yeah well winning margin four seconds so mean could have been catastrophe for her but yet recovered pretty quickly. I was really impressed with how tight she got turned around in that space because there wasn't an awful lot of space to to get back onto onto the right course seb you mention. Shen Eleanor backstage the pre-race favourite I mean it's very hard. Isn't it when you know I know who the oversee a junior scene where riders race against one another through the year but it's not it's not as easy to say. Oh this rider who is the favourite maybe home advantage waugh's one aspect of of that of course you know I mean yeah. She's a she's bronze medal. I think they were reasonably reasonably unhappy with that but obviously would have preferred to be a couple of steps higher hubbard voltage..

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"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"harrogate" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"This week we know a gate. We're relying bettys tearoom in Harrogate Richard. Why are we doing here. We're having a an early evening drink before dinner and we're going talking about the world championship cycling. We traveled to Harrogate today. We are doing daily podcast from the world championships rousting two episodes of the second podcast feminine Komo Tuesday and the following Tuesday but this is not really equivalent to our coverage where we're a little bit different. We're going to try and offer flavor of what it's like to be here am in Harrogate in Yorkshire for the week. We're GONNA be talking about the races. Obviously today was a mixed really I ever ever mixed relay team time trial on. We'll be hearing about that in a few moments spot war. We're doing lionel where we're so if I'm taking in the atmosphere and trying to convey a a suppose. There's a real already. We've only been here a few hours but I can already sense kind of festival atmosphere with very fortunate in that. We're staying in hurricane so we don't we don't have to travel away from the center of the action too much this week. Make you may go out to the star of the women's race in Bradford on Saturday morning. I guess we've got our world championships ride on Thursday that sold out but we'll be over the wo- brewery on Thursday doing a ride and and then a bit of a talk in the evening you are live show the royal hole in Harrogate on Friday night still tickets available for that if you're in harrogate or if you're coming for the weekend. Can you want to pop in and see us. We'll be joined by Matt White onstage. Francois Tommaso is coming over on Wednesday. We'll have free and Chiro. Scognamilio blue is GONNA join us as well on stage briefly probably just run on and off again but I was reflecting this afternoon as we got back to our hotel after the finish of the the mixed relay team time trial. It's the last time I came to the world. Championships was the year two thousand employees and I'm trying to work out. Why I've it's not been very strange. Since it's weird isn't who one final Romans Feinstein on up any of it to the world championship road race the Road World Championships twice the first time was in nineteen thousand nine in Treviso Verona Treviso Treviso of course was where the first leg of the tour zoo challenge walls during the last year Daniel Friedman. I tasted some Terry Mizzou and UH What do I remember about that. I remember that Fabio Council Laura Won. The junior men's time trial I've followed Charlie with Galea's in Great Britain team eighteen call with John Heritage in the under twenty three men's time trial which was one. I think by Jose even Gutierrez Michael Rogers got the silver medal in light and the men's road race with one by Oscar Freyer. I mean that's dating on the women's road race my bane um I know I think when Moore won the time trial. I'm going to look up and I shall report back Richard. You've caught me on the hot. There well sorry women though and probably Ed good bad and they were a very good today weren't they for the makes really we should say well. We're going to hear a bit more about where we are because the story of Battiste Tyrian where we are is is is really anything on. It's a real institution here in Harrogate in Yorkshire. Indeed Bo. We're we've also got a guest with us way. We handle snigger guest unique. I'm back of north what's going on. It's really ah I mean. Nobody nobody Iraq. Nobody recognize you. There's no there's no volume having Raupach if you're not going to be the Rob Hatch that people were in love speak properly. Is that okay robot thing here a mixture of all sorts of different things. I'm only here for half a week. I'm enjoying myself back up north. I'm visiting visiting the world championships rather like Lionel. I don't particularly come to the world championships very often mostly the broadcast so I work for have not had the rights or symbiotic. That'd be my Gig to do it so it's nice to be here. I've been talking to some people in the VIP ten. I've done a couple of events and I am going to be commentating on on hall of the men's Road race on Sunday some looking for today great well. I'm speaking previous world champions. My first ever was ninety seven and five ten signs of Boston. I went over there and I come up the hill on with my girlfriend and we had a week in San Sebastian. I thought you were going to say that. you wrote Eh. Why that level. Did you know I didn't know I didn't didn't right. I remember it was famous. This one be well. Lauren brochard won the men's race later to be implicated in the scandal following year of course it was am mm weather very like this is their seem through call quite quite cold and. Wet and David Miller was there I think it was his first world championship as a as a crew and there was a very famous night in a little bar in sunset by similar I stumbled upon a gathering of professional writers writers and clean boundaries wearing a leather waistcoat on a leather a nothing else. Nothing tracers on is that searchable anyway look on the Internet. It was a strange screensaver. I think I'd I wasn't involved any of this. I I was an observer but Dave Miller went for swimming in the sea that night and lost his leather jacket his mobile phone. I believe first of many misadventures for Dave Miller but anyway that was my first ever world champion but I've I've been several em since and including last year and it was while Oil Shinui and I were Israelites you that we thought we need to especially next year in Yorkshire need to cover the daily because it's a fantastic gathering of cyclists and cycling fans and unlike a grand tour which moves on on the World Champs here for over nine days there lots of shops and cafes and other businesses who've really kind of gone to turn turn to to welcome the world championships. There's lots of events on their lots of people here on. It's a great serve as you say festival. It is well. We'll see who we bump into over the of course the wheat one way but the Internet has come to my rescue and to tell me that putting sky type of Lithuania won the women's road race in one thousand.

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Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

16:23 min | 1 year ago

Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

"Are all leaders and leaders those take responsibility for their worlds in. That's the that's the construct I choose to operate in. That's like the construct. I'm doing my work from because I want all of us to be aware that we have a responsibility to be really consciously choosing what we're doing in our showing up and the impact it doesn't matter if it's just at home or just with friends ends or at work you know or inner communities larger stage. We all have an opportunity to influence and create him back every moment and it's it's a choice. We get to consciously make an it's such a beautiful choice that we have that opportunity. How do you see when do you think leadership Japan changed over the years and especially right now. Do you think what do we need to know about leadership today that maybe we didn't know about leadership ten years ago. I I really think it's been transforming. You know in the best way I can. I can look at that is one of the I guess. The data points I have is even just coaching it professionals coaching when I did my training fifteen years ago. Organizations were using coaching as punitive tool as is a willing to coach somebody out of something that they're not really well right thirty right whereas now organizations are investing in in developing their leaders to have a coaching skill set because they know it elicits high performance and they're providing executive coaches for their their their executives and senior leaders because they get a it's. It's it's needed so. This is an example of how leadership has shifted in that. There is a lot more of an understanding that as a leader I don't have all the answers it's important that I'm asking for help in receiving help and have support network to do so whether it's a professional or peers mentor and also that this piece around emotional I call it. Emotional leadership has really come into play at being the millennials have released shifted the workplace in the way that they've taken a stance for ivory my whole south to work so interact with my whole self not just the person that's doing this role but I'm a whole a whole person and what a beautiful gift that that is actually I mean I think the millennials for doing that because I think back to my corporate days and there were those days where I would go to work and I was my corporate me and than ever go home and I was my at home me and never did those to cross right. I mean it was really it was such a beautiful gift when I left the corporate world than I really started to build my business about ten years ago where I started to show up as me and my business and it was it was so it's exhausting to try to be two people and so thank us for the millennials really holding that up there yes and thank goodness goodness for people like you who are modeling that that it's okay to bring your full self and this was when I think back to the twenty six twenty seven year old all that McDonald's restaurant like I didn't know that and I was you know I was pretending to have it all together when I did and and I I think I would have been so much more enrolling had I been vulnerable with the team and and just said you know I need your help. You know this is a big mission. We're going to do it together. Other here are some of my ideas. What are your ideas we collaborate in co create and that takes vulnerability and I think that that's a they way how leadership has shifted and will continue to shift that leaders nowadays needs to be more vulnerable open hearted and really good collaborating and listening. Yes yes and you're teaching leaders to be more resilient with their emotions at the building really resilient relationship nations ship. What does that mean yeah so what it means from the emotional leadership body of work is that it is a leader. I'm aware when I'm experiencing emotion so meeting and maybe something is said or or something happens and I'm I'm triggered by meaning like I feel some anger so knowing one knowing that like having you blow flow into it right you just you just go into the motion and you don't even feel it rightly so there's other completely bypassing it suppressing it pretending like it didn't happen or there's getting so reactive that we were not resourceful. Were not creating the impact. We want you know in so we ended up becoming becoming difficult to work with or you know or we just took the meeting off rails because we weren't able to really say okay. Hey I'm noticing. I'm really uncomfortable with what just happened here. Can we just take a moment. let me try to understand this and get curious with you or the team to should try to really figure out what's going on so I think emotional leadership position having the awareness than a emotional beings and then be knowing knowing how did really harrogate them in a responsible way because we are all our emotions our our energy in motion and if we're a for if we're able to navigate them than we can use it to move our missions forward and to enroll people into our into our visions uh-huh that's good that's good and one of the things that really impressed me as I was looking through your information. That is really around how you are. You're you're a coup Delaney Yoga Meditation Teacher Yan. You Bring Movement into your leadership work in. I love that one of the things I do is I hi do equine guided retreats leadership retreats with my with my horses in our work with teams in their motion. There's movement in there. There's there's ways ways for people to start to to connect into their bodies and and I know that this has got to be really powerful when you're bringing Pendolino Cellini Yoga and meditation into your leadership work. Yeah and I'm so I'm so happy CNET. You're doing this work with horses. It's so powerful there it is. It's incredible. It's anything there's there's you know Kinda. Kundan leany Yoga and equine guided added work has got to have some really comparable threads yes yeah into what I noticed in my own practice of the couldn't Yoga and meditation that because every day I'm moving the energy in my in my field old might energetic body in my physical body. It allows me to have a greater experience of what I'm wanting to create and any thing that gets us in our body. Inner breath is going to allow us to create more what we want though as leaders eaters as humans. I think it's important in this day and age because of how busy it is because of how much information coming at us because of how how many like just how how much we don't have an opportunity just to be and take a moment to pause that we have some I'm kind of embodiment movements breath work practice to allow us to really connect to ourselves to be clear on what I'm here for and to be able to be discerning as to where I put my energy because all of us could be doing a million things things end can be getting pulled in so many directions and if that's happening for you or for any you know any any of the listeners might write. My recommendation is to really look at how can I harness the energy that I have so. I'm directing it to the things that matter most right right and when when you're making that space to be much much more aware. You're starting to feel that so are you. Are you teaching. Are you bringing that energy into the leadership teachings that you're doing so in my online program. It's part of the foundation of it. I'm I'm create. I'm bringing core creates or core impostures. If you will meditations to support the participants to have a healthier more responsible relationship with their emotions MHM I've actually tracked certain meditations at work more effectively with anger or sadness or enjoy so that we can regulate and work with those emotions more effectively and so I- introduce some foundational kindle yoga meditation and then then pull it through the threat of online training now that's awesome. That's really powerful and I will say to Cami for some of your listeners who are leaders was inside organizations or parents. Would I do with my team at work if we get on a call all virtual and if they're struggling ogling you know because there's just so much going on. I'll take three minutes and we'll do a quick meditation and you know and then ask them. You know what shift did now our three minutes ago when most of them will say we'll. I'm actually president now. I feel like this big fire. That's burning over here is actually manageable and and so you could do that at home too. You know whenever wins freaking out or when you sit down for dinner just let's take the take a couple minutes in breeds and you know it's a game changer changer it is you know I had interviewed Tammy Simon of sounds true and she was fabulous and one of the things she talked about was they start start every meeting with with some form of a away to just pause right even if it's like sixty seconds of quiet for people to come into the room mm-hmm and be in the room and I learned that because so often you know even think about coming home you get home. You Walk in the door at dinnertime. The the kids are ready. It's like there's so much noise but if you have that moment of pause between Your Day in one part of your day into the next I think we can move into it much more gracefully completely completely. That's good so how do you bring more peace and balance into your your life. What's what is. What kind of practices do you do personally yeah so I do morning. Delina yoga meditation sets and end sometimes all actually I was living very close to a studio in Venice Beach California where my teachers were but not there anymore so they have an online online where I can just do a class from the day before so sometimes that's sixty to ninety minutes set. If not I have like a short thirty minute set that I'm committed to doing every day and then I'm also committed to doing some being more physical. Whether it's running biking walking on going to some kind of fitness class last year the combination of for me too breath were the energetic body work and the physical body work is crucial I and then I have a gratitude practice that I begin end my days with really looking at what I want to create for the day. It's awesome journal that it is it is all laid out for me so makes it really easy to fill in the blank spots but it's like what what would make today gray and then at nighttime the time so what are three things that I'm grateful but what happened throughout the day and they know I think there's a lot of scientific data out there and a lot of mindfulness information that would talk about whatever we focus on we get more of than so. I think gratitude is having a the daily practice of that really really helps us again to create more of what we're wanting jaggery and one of the things I love that you just talked about there is and because I live live in a remote part of Colorado. I live in the foothills of Colorado writes. I'm not in the heart of city anywhere and to get to a yoga class. It's it's a good twenty minute drive for me. He and I love the fact that you've found on online source that you're you're tuning into that on a regular basis. I might have to get that online source from you happy to share that with you. Yeah that'd be awesome and we'll share it in the show. Notes has after you send that to me said just because it's good for all of us define nine ways that we can connect for ourselves make space for ourselves and I love my own morning time. I really do you know. I I do different things. I really tune into the morning and tune in to say okay. What does my body feel like. It needs right now. Some days. It's meditation in Journalism Days. It's journaling and reading other days. It's just sitting outside and the especially this time of year is such a beautiful time of year to build the still enjoy before it starts to get cold old so that you know just to be in nature as hard so important and I love that you are listening to what you need and that day day so it's I think it's important if we can to schedule a bit of time for ourselves each day it just I know for me. It allows me to come bring more gracefulness throughout the day in be more present and kind of navigate what shows up more elegantly. I guess you know not always but I think that's a really good point Kristie. I think it's we're not even we when we do these things we're gonNA. We still catch ourselves going down as we go back. I could've handled that much more eloquently. Oh my God so much so Oh yes and so but I think the more even going back and acknowledging. Gosh that didn't go the way I wanted it to. It just gives us another groundwork to a foundation to work from right and that we can carry forward most definitely meant to be gentle on ourselves when we don't. Ooh When we're not as perfect as we'd like to be as it's like okay well. I'm learning in them growing up to fail forward the exact and that's part of the growth of it all because none of us are ever perfect so it's really being gentle on ourselves with that most definitely yeah so what is the lie. Are you see you wish to leave in the world who Hammy if I could help this. You know was. GonNa say a handful but that's not true. I WANNA help a lot of people connect to their emotions and the legacy I wanNA leave is more permission for each of us to connect and with all of our emotions and and you know and then within a subset under that would be like some tools for people to so that they feel safe to do that so that they don't continue to suppress or avoid or have the bursts but they I feel like they have some tools to connect those emotions. That's the legacy I wanNA lead in that. You know what it's okay to have messy xenakis that emotions are just part of how we give us feedback to know what's happening for us to have the courage to share that more openly brilliant butter bullied people in a responsible way.

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Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim addresses fatal car accident

The Ray Lucia Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim addresses fatal car accident

"Men's college basketball coach speaking out for the first time after being involved in a terrible accident. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes police near Syracuse, say the seventy four year old hall of Famer Jim bejon and tried to avoid another vehicle that had crashed into an interstate guardrail. When he inadvertently struck and killed one of its occupants who were standing beside the vehicle Fifty-one-year-old Harrogate Jimenez after a Syracuse loss to top rank Duke on Saturday night. They said he is truly devastated. The grease in pain. His family is feeling at this time to simply put on. Measurable says he still went ahead and coach the game because he felt a responsibility and obligation to his players after that accident he did pass a sobriety test. And no charges have been filed against him.

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"harrogate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"harrogate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Bill Curtis in Harrogate Asia, host method. Chase Bank auditorium in downtown Chicago. Peterson goal. Thank you so much. This hour. Thank you guys. Our we've been rebroadcasting old broadcasts of even older broadcasts in an attempt to give you an incentive to donate money today. But that that my friends ends now now we're just going to broadcasts merely old material. That's only one old earlier this year, we were lucky enough to have lavar Burton of Star Trek next generation and reading rainbow. Join us here in our theater. Lavar Burton welcomed away. Get like an array of recognition people depending on their demographic. And I do there are these three sort of touch points in my career. And Dan, I I'm lucky enough to have hung out for over four years. I just refuse to go away. Well, it's worked out. Well, I wanna ask you. So I saw you for because I was watching routes when his broadcast in the seventies in which you start in. I'm told that was your first acting job was my first routes was my first professional audition. So I was nineteen. Wow. And what were you doing before you decided to have your first audition? Eighteen. Studying theater at the university of southern California. But before that, I was I was in the Catholic seminary studying for the priesthood, really wide. And why did you decide to leave the glamour and glitz of the priesthood the dark and dirty trenches of of Hollywood's the sex drugs and rock and roll..

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"harrogate" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"harrogate" Discussed on Channel 955

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"harrogate" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"harrogate" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Free who is calling from harrogate tennessee you're on the air jeffrey a magna jeffrey what's your thought today uh my thought is is um i'm actually from the steel belt area i'm not originally from tennessee and so it is it is a rust belt in in um a lot of a lot of people uh they don't see what i saw growing up as far as the the decline on my father worked in the steel mill when we grew up in a town of five thousand people and the the industry that was there was railroad cars and the the the company was trinity industries they had 1500 people they shut it down they move this plant to mexico and a you take 1500 people out of a population of five thousand you know this is in the nineties and it is it's a huge huge problem in you see it in youngstown i mean detroit all these things and i think that the i think that the terrorists are going to help and um and and and you know i think that actually i think that trump in in this case i give them credit because i think you see the republicans are are we're giving him push back on it right and i think he's actually splitting away from the republicans it it in being a little more fair because i think a lot of the republicans are probably getting money from a lot of these huge companies jeffrey if he is he's forgive me for interrupting you because i know you've been waiting for a while i just wanna say thank you so much for your call and i'm a favor actually going to has to end our main conversation with that leo gerard international president of the united steelworkers us north america's largest manufacturing union mr gerard i really do thank you so very much for your time today.

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