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Jim Thorpe reinstated as sole winner for 1912 Olympic golds

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Jim Thorpe reinstated as sole winner for 1912 Olympic golds

"The International Olympic Committee says Thorpe has been reinstated as winner of the pentathlon and decaf when the IOC announced a change on Friday the 110th anniversary of Thorpe winning that he Kathleen He had been stripped of the gold medals months after the Olympics when it was discovered he had been paid to play minor league baseball over two summers That was a violation of Olympic amateurism rules at the time Two years ago the group bright path strong advocated a petition declaring Thorpe the outright winner of the 1912 events IOC president Thomas Bach says thanks to the engagement of the group a solution was found I'm Mike

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Russians to compete as 'neutral athletes' at Paralympics

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Russians to compete as 'neutral athletes' at Paralympics

"Russian athletes had already been slated to compete as Russian Paralympic committee punishment for the state sponsored doping scandal at the twenty fourteen Sochi games international Paralympic committee president Andrew Parsons says neutral status is the harshest possible punishment they will compete under the Olympic flag and the Paralympic and them they will not be included in the medals table neutral status means blocking any reference to countries the RPC delegation must cover the RPC symbol on their uniforms in all official ceremonies and sporting competitions that includes Belarus the punishment doesn't involve just athletes the Paralympic honor bestowed to Vladimir Putin president of Russia has been withdrawn the international Olympic committee is pushing for exclusion of Russian athletes for international events I'm a Donahue

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IOC calls for Russia to be excluded from sports

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

IOC calls for Russia to be excluded from sports

"The international Olympic committee is urging others to exclude Russia's athletes and officials from international sports events because of the country's invasion of Ukraine the decision includes Belarus which is allowed Russia to use its territory to station troops and launch attacks it was not a total ban were exclusion was not possible on short notice such as the winter Paralympics teams from Russia and Belarus will be allowed to compete as neutral athletes with no national flag FIFA declined to ban Russia from the World Cup but said that the country's national soccer team will have to compete as football union of Russia Poland Sweden and the Czech Republic has said they would refuse to take the field against them I'm

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CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 8 months ago

CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash

"But Jake tapper mainly because of his concerns over paying Shui. Paying who is the tennis player? Am I getting that right? Accused China's former vice premier Jean galo of sexually assaulting her. And so then she disappeared, of course, because it's China. Tapper emphasized the world tennis association's attempt to protest China's brutality I'm reading from mediaite. I can't believe I'm reading from mediaite. It's kind of weird segment as this. Is far more strident than what the International Olympic Committee has done to prepare to host for the 2020 winter games. Tapper said, yes, the Olympics are supposed to be free without politics. But this is not about politics. The allegations against the Chinese government go far beyond his treatment of Shwe. That's the least of our concerns. But the real problem is that people that pay U.S. taxes and that are allegedly U.S. citizens, they have gotten unbelievably rich off of allowing China to rise to power. Many members at the top levels of the generation that came to power in the 70s and 80s, the septuagenarian generation, the Pelosi and Schumer's, they prioritized instant stimulus profits from Mainland China over the welfare of the nation. Here's CNN Jake tapper. I mean, he just unleashes on this. I'm sure he'll be reprimanded. Play cut 13 right now. That Simpsons episode in Hong Kong disappeared like Peng Shi. Disappeared, like citizen journalist Zhang Jian, whom the Chinese government has locked up for telling the truth about COVID-19. Disappeared like the consciences of the millionaires and billionaires in Hollywood and the NBA and the IOC and Wall Street are all so eager for Chinese cash. They are pretending none of this is happening. There is no amount of money that can buy enough soap to wash that blood off their hands. So, I'm going to give you the cynical interpretation that I'm going to give you the other interpretation. The cynical interpretation as Jake tapper doesn't believe that. And he found some sort of intern that isn't a Bolshevik at CNN and said, hey, I want the 9 p.m. slot for Fredo that was just fired. Can you just like take some of Tucker's monologues and then launder them through a CNN filter? And then let me say them because then I can get the 9 p.m. slot. That's the cynical interpretation is that Jake tapper found some intern that isn't a communist that CNN and wrote that monologue after that. I'll be honest, that was a copy paste of something that Tucker Carlson has been saying for the last three years.

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Rep. Michael Waltz: Dictators Love the Olympics

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: Dictators Love the Olympics

"Dictators love the Olympics We all know what Hitler did after 1936 but fewer people realized that the last time the Ukraine was invaded Putin invaded the Ukraine just a few months after the 2014 Olympics in Sochi because they love it because it is a propaganda platform and everybody attending the entire world is turning a blind eye to their abuses to the authoritarianism It emboldens them And I do fear for Taiwan in the wake of the Beijing Olympics which is which is coming in February but just one other point mark The IOC the International Olympic Committee says well we don't do politics And you hear so many people left and right both parties saying well what are about the athletes and what have you Let me ask you this If the United States government had a million Muslims in concentration camps do you think those athletes would be demanding to compete Heck no They would be out protesting So why is it different than if China is doing And the other piece is the IOC had no problem getting into politics throughout the 60 70s and 80s when they boycotted South Africa over apartheid not only did they not allow an Olympics in South Africa they banned the South African Olympic team from participating anywhere for 30 years but I guess it's okay when it comes to apartheid in South Africa but for them to get involved there But they're going to turn a blind eye when it comes to these gross atrocities that are happening all over the world including inside China So and I think the answer is as you and I well know it's all about the money

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Rep. Michael Waltz: U.S. Corporations, Athletes Should Fully Boycott the Olympics in China

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 8 months ago

Rep. Michael Waltz: U.S. Corporations, Athletes Should Fully Boycott the Olympics in China

"Is right around the corner I think case in point is what I'm calling the genocide Olympics I was the first in the house to call for a full boycott not just a symbolic gesture Biden just throughout of the diplomatic boycott The Chinese Communist Party could care less whether of a few U.S. officials come and go But a full boycott the U.S. corporations that stand to make millions and yes even the athletes themselves and the International Olympic Committee should be ashamed of itself for ignoring this genocide and ignoring the human rights abuses that are going on And ignoring the cover up of COVID and to see the American flag in just a few months flying in Beijing despite all of that second to mean my stomach In ways reminds me of the 1936 Olympics This isn't in any respect Quite parallels with a Holocaust but I'm talking about the rise of this regime rise of the fact that the west is really feckless It's like they're like ostriches Their head is in the sand I mean one group the women's tennis associations at standing up Well where's the men's tennis association Where are those tough guys on the NBA and the NFL

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Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

"Chinese tennis clapping sway has spoken to international Olympic committee officials telling them she's safe and well I S. C. officials confirmed that the Chinese tennis player took part in a thirty minute video call with them from Beijing the call came amid growing global alarm of the pangs disappearance from the public Kanye the tennis star went missing shortly after accusing the top senior Communist Party official of sexual assault social media posting photos of her and her parents had to use tennis tournaments but not enough to quell concerns from people outside of China when her well being I'm Karen Thomas

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Who Decides Which Sports Are in the Olympics?

Your Brain on Facts

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Who Decides Which Sports Are in the Olympics?

"So the delayed twenty twenty tokyo olympics happened the other week complete with thirty three sports and three hundred thirty nine events including four new sports and to discontinued sports. Brought back from the dead. That's the funny thing about the olympic games. The games themselves change almost every time in terms of new events. You might have seen the karate skateboarding sport climbing or serving you might have. I didn't what i saw. The olympics was mostly clips on my favorite memes site. The resurrected sports were baseball and softball. Last seen at the two thousand eight beijing olympics the international olympic committee had decided to make a commitment to the youth by bringing sports to them in urban environments. A pretty new point of view for the i. O. c. as well as to increase engagement for youth fans who are passionate about different sports from all over the world or dispassionate about sports as a whole these sports are also not coincidentally quite popular in japan so who decides what stays in. What goes that would be the aforementioned international olympic committee they oversee all aspects of the olympic. Games they run in it in the common parlance of the associations. Ninety nine members many are former athletes or current leaders in athletics from all over the world bonus fact one of the founders of buffalo wild wings was a lifelong figure skater who served on the ioc for a time. The ios's executive board proposes which sports will be included and the rest of the votes on them. A sport must cut certain muster to sway. Those voters there are five factors split into a further thirty five criteria. Such as. How long has the sport existed. How popular is the sport in the host country. How much would it cost to hold and broadcast the event and how much value the sport would be to the olympic legacy.

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The Tokyo Olympic Games Are Over

ABC News Perspective

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

The Tokyo Olympic Games Are Over

"Dennis. The Olympic flame has been extinguished the president of the International Olympic Committee declaring the Tokyo Games over and a success. Despite the pandemic, just 29 athletes tested positive among the 3400 and 36 cases inside the Olympic bubble, But I think the jury is still out on the long term. Effects of these games. Cases are consistently going up here in Japan. Of course, we still have the Paralympics

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Poland Grants Humanitarian Visa to Belarusian Olympic Athlete

All Things Considered

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Poland Grants Humanitarian Visa to Belarusian Olympic Athlete

"From Belarus at the Tokyo Games, who says she was threatened by her own government has been granted a humanitarian visa to take refuge in Poland from Moscow. Charles Maynes has the story. The Russian athlete Christina Team in Nov Sky had hoped to be an Olympic Stadium on Monday focused on running for a medal in the 200 M sprint. Instead, she found herself at a Tokyo airport hotel under Japanese protection and running from the Belarussian authorities. In a brief video posted to social media on Sunday came in all Sky had pleaded for help, claiming Belarus's Olympic committee was forcibly sending her home for criticizing its handling of the games. I mean those guys anger had been directed at Belarussian coaches who wanted her to compete in the 400 m relay race. She hadn't trained for new grandma political party external prostate. There wasn't an ounce of politics interaction, says Dmitry Naivasha, the founder of Belarus's leading sports news website Tribuna, But the incident follows a year long crackdown by Belarussian dictator Alexander Lukashenko on his opponents. Among the hundreds of thousands took to the streets last year, demanding free elections and an end to police violence. We're leading Belarussian sports figures they lose the pasta of civilian and risk of OSHA says they risk their sporting futures but became models for the resistance. On Monday, International Olympic Committee spokesman Mark Adams noted the IOC had issued its own penalties against the Lukashenka regime, including banning Lukashenko's son from heading the Belarussian delegation to Tokyo. The IOC said Adams was now working to guarantee Timon off sky safety in this particular issue with this particular athlete, the most important thing at the moment is Our duty of care to her. Poland now appears to be team in off skies next stop after authorities in Warsaw offered a refuge and a chance to continue her sporting career. Her husband is reported to have left Belarus. But for Tim and all Skype, a life once focused entirely on running races will now be chased by her home country's politics no matter where she goes for

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Why Skateboarding Is an Olympic Sport, but Cricket Isn't

Kottke Ride Home

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Why Skateboarding Is an Olympic Sport, but Cricket Isn't

"Skateboarding is one of six new ish. Sports added to the olympic lineup this year. Which has a lot of people wondering what does it take to be added and is some get taken away and sometimes return emily vanderbilt dug into these queries over at vox. She knows that these six new sports mark the biggest edition since nineteen twenty but also that so many events have been removed. The overall number of events has gone down from three hundred thirty nine to three hundred twenty nine. The six new sports consist of four actually new ones skateboarding surfing karate and sportclimbing as well as baseball and softball which were last featured as olympic sports. In two thousand eight and baseball and softball won't be returning in twenty twenty four in paris nor will karate although skateboarding surfing and sport climbing will all be there. And we'll be joined by break-dancing baseball and softball will be back at the twenty twenty eight games in los angeles however what's with all. The shuffling around prevent were a lot of it has to do with the international olympic. Committee's agenda twenty twenty which was adopted in twenty fourteen and part of its aim is to quote give individual host cities more control over which events are metal sports and quote so it makes sense that baseball fanatics japan would bring it back as would the us. And i can see how france wouldn't care as much break-dancing meanwhile makes sense for a continent super into street dancing and as vanderhoek notes while there's a lot of actual criteria for inclusion as a sport and you do need to have global appeal. It often helps if you a appeal. Particularly to the host nation in be are popular with the youths. According to her in. Vox the ioc has increasingly used the youth olympics. A perpetually beleaguered event for athletes between fourteen and eighteen years old as a way to try out events that might merit olympic inclusion break-dancing for instance will make its olympics debut in twenty twenty four after a successful trial run at the two thousand eighteen youth olympics in buenos aires.

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Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19

The Boxer Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19

"At the 2016 Olympics in Rio and pole vaulter Sam Kendrick. Came to Japan with his sights set on gold. Well, now he's tested positive for Covid Dr Richard Budget, the medical and scientific director for the International Olympic Committee. It's tough for any athlete when they're sick in the lead up to this major event, and on top of that, if it happens to be covid 19 You end up in an isolation hotel, which is really hard to track and field events start on Saturday, but Sam Kendricks is out of this year's Olympics. Jim Ryan ABC News Tokyo Meanwhile, it was another successful

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U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Has Withdrawn From Individual All-Around Competition

BBC Newshour

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Has Withdrawn From Individual All-Around Competition

"Gymnast Simone Biles won't compete in the individual all around competition tomorrow. She had withdrawn from team events yesterday. Citing mental health reasons. Mark Adams is a spokesman for the International Olympic Committee. He says the IOC is committed to helping athletes in need. There is in the village on top of all the psychologists and so on that we have there. There is also a help line in 70 languages. Um, which will keep going after the Games. USA Gymnastics says that Biles will be evaluated daily on her ability to take part in next week's individual events. The U.

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Singer Pink Backs Beach Handball Team on 'Sexist' Clothing

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Singer Pink Backs Beach Handball Team on 'Sexist' Clothing

"Singer pink has offered to pay a fine given to the Norwegian female beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms and competition I marquees are littered with the latest he says she's very proud of the women of the Norwegian handball team for wearing shorts like the men do at the European beach handball championships in Bulgaria last week the team was fined about seventeen hundred dollars for violating the rules on clothing the European handball federation says it will donate the fine paid by the Norwegian handball federation to a women's sports foundation meanwhile the international Olympic committee has issued new guidelines to broadcasters for the games in Tokyo urging them to focus less on looks body parts and wardrobes slips and more on athletics

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With Muted Ceremony and Empty Stadium, Tokyo Olympics Begin

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

With Muted Ceremony and Empty Stadium, Tokyo Olympics Begin

"Protesters face off with police outside the national stadium at the opening ceremony for the Tokyo twenty twenty Olympic Games was about to begin the stock demonstrates is moving forward to the stadium one officer shouting into a megaphone since it's dangerous please do not push the anti games will be hold up placards stop the Olympics no Olympics and cancel the Olympics save lives the games largely without spectators are going ahead as the international Olympic committee and the Japanese government faced strong opposition within the host nation I'm Charles so that's my

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A History of Women and the Olympics

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:34 min | 1 year ago

A History of Women and the Olympics

"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women

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Tokyo Hits 6-Month High in Cases Before Olympics

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Hits 6-Month High in Cases Before Olympics

"Tokyo has hits another six month high in new coronavirus cases one day before the Olympics the one thousand nine hundred seventy nine new cases are the highest since the two thousand forty four were recorded on January the fifteenth prime minister Joshi he do suka and the international Olympic committee have been determined to hold the Olympics it despite the pandemic so we got a place at Tokyo under state of emergency on the twelfth of July but daily cases have sharply risen spectators are banned from Olympic venues in the Tokyo area with limited audiences are allowed at the few outlying sites I'm is area Shockley

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Japanese PM Suga Says World Should See Safe Olympics Staged

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Japanese PM Suga Says World Should See Safe Olympics Staged

"Japan's prime minister says the world needs to see his country can stage a safe Olympics prime minister Yoshihito Sugata says the Olympics marked a turning point and then after a long tunnel and exit is now in our site Thomas Bach is chair of the international Olympic committee the Olympic Games Tokyo twenty twenty we'll give you amenity faith in the future Tokyo is under a corona virus state of emergency these athletes tray of the experience of perseverance with the people of Japan now the stage is set well the athletes to shine and inspire the world in Tokyo in nineteen seventy four year old for mako Torah Morrow says this is a gloomy unclear Olympics it was forced against the people's will there I think it will be remembered as a gloomy one sugo said the health and safety of the Japanese people and the Olympic gassed from overseas will be protected I'm a Donahue

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Is dylan. In tokyo japan where it seems like the twenty twenty tokyo olympics are happening after all i had read. That cancelling games this year would have made the international olympic committee lose out on seventy five percent of its four year revenue cycle. But as i sit here waiting for my first dose of the covid vaccine while watching i ac- executives arrive at their five star hotel. I can't help but wonder where does this money go. I hear it mostly comes in from broadcasting licenses but how's it spent. I can't imagine a cancellation. This year would have caused bankruptcy and cancellation of future olympics. Thanks for making smart cool at that. Question comes from tokyo by the way i'm saying. Yeah but i mean. Japan has one of the larger proportions of older residents in the world. And as in a the group most vulnerable to covid and still a pretty low vaccination rates. I mean scary times to have people coming in from all over especially a lot of countries that also have pretty low vaccination rates Yeah bad news. But i guess to answer the question. Where does the money go. I mean if you believe. The international olympic committee they say. Ten percent goes to operations at employee salaries and benefits and that the other ninety percent goes to the games and athlete developments development. That's like scholarships and training facilities and all those things. I have skepticism in my voice because decades of corruption scandals with the olympic committees. And it's unregulated. It's its own thing not accountable to anybody. So yeah

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The West Bank and East Jerusalem. America's listening to Fox News Alabama marks a milestone in the fight against Cove it for the first time since the start of the pandemic, their arm or younger adults than elderly being hospitalized. Dr. Suzanne Judd, a professor of public health at U A. B says that's the result of older adults being vaccinated. That's an indication that the vaccine is working, and it's doing what it's supposed to do. Since January, when we really started ramping up vaccination, there have been just huge decreases and those populations that are getting vaccinated at high levels in order to get hurt immunity. By the summer, she says health officials need to convince younger adults to get vaccinated and a suspect now facing charges in a doth and robbery and kidnapping. It's been about three months since a shorter ville man threatened to people in a car with a screwdriver, the doth and eagle reports The suspect was arrested this week on robbery, kidnapping and drug possession charges. I'm Leah Brandon And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. It is a 36, Alabama this morning news. This is kind of interesting here. We're learning yet another bonus to having a pet. Kids get better quality of sleep when they sleep with him. You know, researchers it kind of Korea University in Montreal and checked out the sleep habits of kids, and they found a clear link between pets sleeping close to the kids and the quality of sleep. Scientists believe the small pits ease the kid's nightmare fears. The bad news is no change in adults. But with everyone studied co sleeping with pets was calming and stress, reducing You sleep with your pets? I know a lot of my friends. Have the dogs laying right there across the bed right there between them. No, come on, and a lot of these folks say, Look, a couple of things were accomplished here. The pets asleep. Well, they do great. I feel safer with the dogs there, and I don't have Children. They're kind of my kids. So we all sleep in the big bed together. How about to get saved my pets? I kind of like to have to bring that up to my daughter and the grandkids. Yeah, that goes a 38. Alabama's morning news on the way Next Gonna be talking with Simon on our correspondent in London. On a couple of things. First of all. Hamas, Israel battle cease fire Coming. We'll see what his latest thoughts are on that also the International Olympic Committee, reassuring a anxious Japan that the Olympics will be safe. So his update on that force as well after traffic and weather together, just about three minutes. Alabama's morning news. I'm Robert Conte, chief of.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On K C. A. R News, 92 3 FM and Katia are news after the future are being built today and Michigan is where they start. Learn more by searching Michigan pure opportunity. Japanese government said Friday that it's determines that the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead as planned this summer following an unconfirmed report in the Times of London that cancelation of the games might be imminent. More about the games from this weekend's Jennifer Krauchanka, organizer's of the Tokyo Olympics face a long list of obstacles as they attempt to carry out the postpone games in just six months. As Rachel Bachman of The Wall Street Journal tells us it's not just a rising co big cases around the world. That's a problem. Rachel. What are some of the issues for the summer games? Well, the real question right now is how quickly the vaccine the coroner, virus vaccine can be distributed around the world and Who will take it. So it seems a little bit surprising was surprising to me that there are some people the Japanese public who are skeptical about vaccines because of Previous vaccines that had problems and so nearly a third of the Japanese public said in October that they would not take a covert vaccine. And Dr Paolucci has said that is a zoo, much as 90% of the population would need to take it in order to Really inflate the public, so they're not just concerned about the athletes coming in. They're just trying to deal with covert in their own country First, that's right. But they really you know, because of the short time frame and six months is a fairly short time frame in terms of planning the Olympics. You really need to address all these things at once? Vaccinations have not yet begun in Japan, even among people who will take them s so that certainly is a concern of the clock ticks. And they're also our concerns in the U. S. You know, because of the American sort of Patrick system of The state by state distribution. It's very difficult to figure out how U S athletes might be vaccinated because it depends on where they live and what the policies are in their in their state and what access they have to vaccines. Um, So there's no current road map to vaccinating American athletes for the Olympics, either. Rachel. I was stunned by the numbers in your story about how many people in Japan are opposed to holding the games at all. Those were some staggering statistics. Yes. Yeah, You know, roughly. 80% of the public says the Olympics cannot or should not go on in July. When they're scheduled to start. Olympic organizers had said that they will not postpone the games again. You know they've already been postponed. One year s O. They said that essentially if they can't hold them then and they won't acknowledge that publicly now that that's a possibility. Then they won't hold them in all these Tokyo games, at least not, you know, in the next couple of years, so the stakes are very high. Ah, lot of revenue for not on the International Limpet Committee but Olympic committees around the world. Relies on this revenue from games mainly from broadcast rights and to a lesser extent on sponsorship, So whether these games go off or not as scheduled Um, really will determine to a large extent that the fate of Olympic committees and Olympians around the world in the near future we're speaking with Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal. Rachel, is it Up to Japan to say no, We absolutely won't do this. Can they unilaterally say no summer games? Well, it's you know, these decisions tend to be made, You know, in partnership with the International Olympic Committee, however, you know if if someone in the Japanese government says no, we will not do this, You know, sort of like someone Who's invited someone over to their house, saying, I'm not gonna let you in. You know, it's a little difficult for the IOC to say we're going. We're going to show up anyway. Right? You know, Japan is the host nation and It's got to be willing to do this to accept, you know, over 10,000 Olympic athletes over 15,000 athletes, including Paralympians on DOF course, their coach's support staff and so on and so forth, so Japan really needs to be a willing participant in these games. Rachel, you mentioned earlier the patchwork of vaccinations in the United States. Do we know how training is going for the U. S athletes of this point? Well, it's they're doing better than they were at the start of the pandemic. When you know virtually all training centers, no universities in a lot of athletes used to train we're closed down completely. And people really have to get makeshift with their workouts. Most people can find places to train now. But what's happening is because you know, in part because of this more contagious strain that's starting to circulate. Athletes tend to be shying away from things like team camp so they might have to travel to another state and gather with other people to train or even, you know, preliminary competitions that they might usually use to sharpen their skills in a non secure summer. Shying away from those thinking, you know, maybe it's not worth the risk. Getting infected, too, You know, T take that step, so they tend to be sort of sticking close to home to train a lot of them. And it's difficult to say what the impacts of that might be on the games that they go off This weekend's Jennifer Could Shankar with Wall Street Journal Sports reporter Rachel Bachman 30 minutes now after the hour on this weekend..

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The 11 is a chiropractor, a nutritionist, spokesperson and a longtime adviser for purity products. After 11 Welcome back to the show. Oh, it's great to be here with you today pad and we have a very exciting topic to cover today Patch. They were talking about strength and power and how to get it back. Even if you're in your 50 60 seventies eighties, So if you want to feel better if you want to feel stronger, this is some very important information. We're going to cover today. Yeah, This is an exciting topic. Talk to me about this important message today. What molecule are we talking about? And how it's impacting the lives of people who follow the science. Right. What we're talking about a new supplement. It's called ever strong, and it features an exciting molecule cold Creating now, pat. A lot of our listeners may have heard of creating. I know you've used creating, but for those that don't know about creating. It's mainly used in the Olympic circles. Professional athletes, bodybuilders college high school athletes because it does something extraordinary. And what I'm about to tell you is proven by hundreds and hundreds of human studies. So here's what creating does for us. It helps us to get stronger. More powerful helps put muscle mass on the body, and it helps protect us from losing muscle tissue. As we get older, we know that's a big part of aging. Not only that, pat great for the brain great for memory, and it helps promote bone strength as well. So an amazing molecule that everybody needs to know about. You share some of the science and tell us why you're calling, creating one of the best kept secrets to healthy aging, Sure pad. What we need to understand with create team is that it's a natural molecule to the body. It's in every single cell tissue organ in your system, and its job in the body is to generate and maintain strength and power. 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The good news is that hundreds and hundreds of human studies show that when you supplement with creating, they goes to work and go straight to your muscles. It's absorbed easily. It pumps up the Korean scene in your muscle tissue and you get stronger. You get more powerful, not only that it helps support memory and brain health. And help support the strength of your bones. You know, we were talking before the show, and you were talking about how Olympic athletes have been using creatine for years to enhance their strength and performance. Tell me more well, this creatinine is the premier sports Nutrition supplement. There's no question about that, Pat. You've used it. Bodybuilders know about it. Athletes know about it. Creating is the premier sports nutrients. So you know, back 2025 years ago, the Olympic athletes in their coaches, of course being knew about it. They knew it may You bigger and stronger and faster they knew is natural to the body was supposed to be there. But they were a little bit afraid to supplement with it because they were afraid it might be considered cheating that it might be considered too much of an edge. But back in 1988, the International Olympic Committee, they came out the officially confirmed that I'm quoting here, creating 10 be used by athletes. And enhance their performance. And now that it's not just for athletes anymore because this studies are plainly showing that for adults for people in their fifties sixties seventies, this stuff is amazing. And purity has this incredible new formulation. We call it ever strong because that's exactly what it does. It helps you get stronger and stay stronger. With hundreds of human studies, and it's the purest form of creating money combined the stuff from Europe. This stuff is fantastic, and we should point out that's naturally occurring in red meat Promise in order to get the amounts that are gonna benefit you. You have to eat large amounts of red meat like £4 of red meat. Today, most people are going to do that. What about vegetarians? They could be creating deficient Exactly When I have a vegetarian that comes in here and their energy deficient, and I put him on every strong. You noticed the benefits almost right away because they've been so low on a happier person out there that Being away from red meat. If you're staying away from meat in general, this is for you. You definitely want to add that ever strong. All right, So obviously this works with athletes. But you say creatine is going mainstream. A lot of studies are showing that folks in their fifties sixties seventies and beyond creating could be a cornerstone compound to help people stay strong. Stay healthy. Stay sharp. Stay vital, right? Oh, exactly. I mean, this is the ideal muscle enhancing strengthening muscle protecting nutrient for folks as we get older 50 plus, sirs, like you and me packed. 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"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:22 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

"The Japanese professor of infectious diseases says he is very pessimistic the Tokyo Olympics can be held next year in taro it was talk of Kobe university says the Olympics could only be held if Japan can control the curve in 19 infection or other countries 6 seed as well he says you have to invite so many athletes for many many places which is not very compatible with this because the 19 inspection last month the international Olympic committee our local organizes spoon the Olympics for a year because of the pandemic they also open on 7/23/2021 Japan was spread during the initial stages of the outbreak the case is not spiking with about 12000 detected infections and about 250 deaths I'm Charles the last month

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KOMO

"In cases and the international Olympic committee says if the games are not held next year as planned they will not be rescheduled you're listening to ABC news stay informed the como morning news it is six oh two right now Tuesday morning the fourteenth day of April already in downtown Seattle we are seeing some clouds this morning sunshine on the way for later in the day along with Gregg Hersholt Amanda factor here the top stories from the come off twenty four seven news center the same at university of Washington model that is telling us that peak demand of state hospitals is behind us is now offering a date when the pandemic as we know it could be over we get more from couples Brian Calvert Colbert nineteen is claimed at least five hundred nineteen lives in Washington and over twenty two thousand lives across the country Dr Christopher Murray at the U. W. says his model has help predict the point in which the first wave will be over it's a threshold of point three deaths per one million Americans or sixty deaths in one day across the country and that should come first week of June again that's sixty deaths in one day total right now we're averaging sixty deaths for every one million Americans the prediction is somewhat relieving but Dr Murray says it's also contingent on one very important thing but our models we are at a building in the assumption that social disconcerting is going to stay in place if it doesn't and restrictions are lifted too early he says all bets are off Brian Calvert komo news health care workers have tested positive for covert nineteen of the north Seattle hospital in Cole's Joe Marino says it involves fourteen hospital workers first covert nineteen cases at northwest Medical Center started showing up earlier this month the staff who are getting sick all working a former medical surgical unit the distance been converted to serve patients who don't have coded nineteen how the virus to cold still isn't known but hospital officials believe it passed from one staff member to the next most likely when they set an employee break rooms hospitals medical director says no patients were infected all fourteen nurses and therapists who got sick are now home recovering and said to be in stable condition starting this week everyone admitted to a U. dub medicine hospital will be tested for covert nineteen Dr Chloe Bryson Khan says they've been testing in the past but only if the patient showed symptoms of coronavirus now we get to add this to every patient with the goal of really keeping the rest of our patients and our health care workers say she says they're able to do this because of nearby resources I think we're really fortunate with the use of clinical virology labs testing capabilities they've made it possible for us to do this that lab offers same day turnaround for test results komo news time six oh four time now for another traffic update with Kierra Jordan well our light volumes give us very nice travel times if you're going from Olympia to Tacoma it takes about twenty seven minutes to call me to Seattle with a thirty minute drive in them with the value comes in at sixteen minutes and we have some road work currently taking place in is akua and is a qualified city road is closed between two hundred and forty fifth lane and Clough honey drive in this closure that's going to run through Friday at least we also have road work that starting at seven o'clock this morning in maple valley and once that gets under way that'll be closing all lanes of state route one six nine between two hundred and fortieth and wet road our next come much traffic at six fourteen how come eco roof forecast now here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke after a sunny day with highs in the sixties looking at a northwest wind to develop tonight which will put.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on WTOP

"The international Olympic committee in Japan announced today a one year delay of the Summer Games the world's biggest sporting event it was supposed to begin in July in Tokyo the last time the summer Olympics didn't take place nineteen forty four because of World War two those games were supposed to take place in London CBS is Jennifer brown says medical facilities in New York City are making difficult adjustments during the crisis a couple of big hospitals in New York say partners and relatives will not be allowed in the delivery room to protect against spreading the coronavirus moms and newborns Melissa trying to do is eight months along with her second child and says it's sad to think her husband will be with her during labor it's really anxiety rate and it's really scary we're hoping for the best for her really trying to stay positive doctors are suggesting the mothers use face time on their phones to keep in touch Jennifer brown CBS news advice is being given to Mexican citizens as well this is Adrienne bard in Mexico City the president of Mexico urge people to give priority to caring for the elderly that includes an increase in senior citizens pensions and sending government workers to deliver cash to seniors at home Mexico's military is stepping up its role in the crisis including the manning of some government hospitals where there may be shortages of doctors and nurses the worldwide death toll from the corona viruses now eighteen thousand and again on Wall Street the Dow having a blockbuster day going way up it closes up around two thousand points eleven percent this is CBS news brought to you by the new Capital One savor card earn four percent cash back on dining and entertainment two percent of grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases what's in your.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Milking the four weeks that they were going to decide whether or not they were going to carry on with this summer's games because that's what they announce the international Olympic committee on Sunday but they've already decided to move ahead and postpone the upcoming Olympics too at the very latest the summer of twenty twenty one that announcement coming earlier this morning Japan's prime minister Shinzo Ave internationally become any president Thomas Bach agreed to postpone the Olympics by about a year they had put the suggestion to Bach in it they both agreed that the Olympics being held in twenty twenty one just made more sense the IOC of course been facing mounting pressure including the United States Olympic committee saying yesterday they thought it should be postponed Canada and Australia already said they would not send their athletes to the games that they were held the summer Olympics has never been rescheduled in peacetime in nineteen sixteen during World War one nineteen forty and nineteen forty four during World War two they were canceled the Broncos re sign back up linebacker Jeremiah taught you yesterday one year deal I reported it was for one point five million dollars last year he had three and a half sacks in five starts appeared in twelve games for the Broncos Peyton manning celebrating his forty fourth birthday today by turning down a job offer from ESPN four letter network offering number eighteen about eighteen million to be there analyst for Monday Night Football but you can afford to say no thanks must be nice Happy Birthday Payton at the folks he's been still celebrating paint the night though they're gonna play a bunch of episodes of Peyton place as well as highlights from some of his great games in honor of his birthday so to India's plan for that that's sports a brand across all in Keighley news radio the ruckus bus and rockets thank you the forty six right now in Colorado's morning news over sixty two hundred people have been tested for coronavirus in Colorado the numbers show that seven hundred twenty people have tested positive with nine deaths so far el Paso county's report the most asked us far with the county health department announcing a fourth one yesterday thirty one of the state's sixty four counties have reported at least one positive test the president providing an update on critical supplies to help with the corona virus update emails distributing eight million N. ninety five respirator masks and thirteen point three million surgical masks of course the country right now he says they're focusing on areas with the greatest need and that includes sending dozens of pallets full of personal protective equipment PPE ease to New York City and Washington state the president adds more masks and protective equipment are being made to distribute to medical hot spots Colorado state health department is starting to distribute supplies that could two counties from the strategic national stockpile the distribution includes nearly fifty thousand and ninety five protective masks the stockpiles the nation's largest supply potentially lifesaving gear for use in a public health emergency severe enough to cause local supplies to run out the trial of a man accused of killing an Adams County sheriff's deputy being delayed because of the corona virus outbreak the proceedings against three on Deering will be put off for at least two weeks prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in the case he's accused of killing a deputy heath Gumm in twenty eighteen that's despite the recent Polish meant of capital punishment in Colorado that doesn't apply in cases that are already underway Colorado springs encouraging responsibility when it comes to open spaces public parks and trails parks director Kampala says the city is making sure playground equipment is clean however that lots of hands on those facilities user white a.

"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

"The international Olympic committee along with Japanese officials have decided the Tokyo games cannot go ahead as scheduled this year because of the corona virus outbreak there'd been mounting pressure to call off the games amid concern for the athletes and their families in some countries had even pulled out the IOC says the games will be held not later than summer 2021 but they will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics I'm Julie Walker

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Presented by progressive insurance telephone guests will join us on the shell pencil form its line Michael it Michael junior tree we will be with you as we work our way through some interesting things that have developed over the weekend including what's going on with the international Olympic committee saying they're taking those four weeks to decide what happens next oiler the games are going to be possible I understand that they are they are not starting in Tokyo July twenty fourth and we'll see if it takes all four weeks for the IOC to get there it did not take long for the patriots to figure out their quarterback situation in the absence of one Tom Brady and for all that it's time for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart they have gone to the employer well for the third time Brian Moore who was released by the Indianapolis colts over the weekend when of course they start Philip rivers which right into with Matt Hasselbeck a little bit later will join us in as a thing or two about playing quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts Brian Hoyer is back with the New England Patriots so what does it mean that Brian Hoyer is there now well Mike Reiss who does a great job for us covering the patriots and has for a long time joined us on game night last night talking about the quarterback room now for the New England Patriots minus Tom Brady but with Brian Hoyer Cody Kessler and Jarrett Stidham all indications are that Jarrett Stidham will be the leading candidate you still gonna have to go ahead and prove it they drafted in the fourth round last year and he had a very good pre season actually beat out Brian Hoyer for the number two job behind Tom Brady and they were patriots were hoping to bring Brian Hoyer back you know later in the season but he gets scooped up pretty quick but they're pretty high on Stidham but you know look the way they view him as if he's a good player who just haven't had the chance to play and you really never truly know what it's gonna look like until a player gets out there and play it so there's still an element of the unknown listed well this certainly is but you know I've heard a lot of people say how can the patriots be unprepared for Tom Brady leaving how could they not have a plan and my question to those people's like why do you think they don't why would the team that has always been the most prepared with the coaching staff who always thinks out every single scenario and practices them on a routine basis why do you think in this one instance they wouldn't be prepared I think since day one since they started the season last year twenty nineteen one clearly Tom Brady wanted a contract before this season began and the patriots clearly we're going to give him a contract before the season began they had a plan and this is the plan that was being executed they felt pretty good about Jarrett Stidham and that's going to be their plan going forward now no one knows whether or not it's going to work but this was clearly the plan they had in place all alone yeah and one other thing we know that that bill Belichick and plans change all the time they are the team that does the most transactions correct correct I mean they will bring in a guy kind of guy bringing a guy kind of guy so that that's a lot of times is their plan who's available member Brian harder just became available and they were ready to jump on Brian Hoyer again for the third time he knows the system he was beat out injured Mike re say by Jarrett Stidham last year and that's why he was available and ends up with the colts on the I I had a three year deal so actualities get a million dollars by the patriots get money by the courts as well still there yeah he's he's doing okay for himself all right now and who knows if they're done at the twenty third pick in the draft and there are some mock drafts and haven't taken Jake Jake a reset now even if they take a quarterback there you're not expecting that quarterback to start now by any stretch of the imagination but yeah to to think that bill Belichick isn't ready with some sort of plan I think it's it's a little bit of time to plan for this I trace point is the print one it's just a matter of if it's a good planner not records like we give them credit going back for well bill had Jimmy grapple wanted to go for within like Jimmy grapple landed with I think what we can say is a better offense of coordinator Josh McDaniels correct it also means a better offense yeah I'm sorry as there had yeah I got you weighed in with a better offense of coordinator the Josh McDaniels and he's still a quarterback we were wondering aloud if the forty Niners want to move on for because clearly when it came to what was keeping them from winning a Super Bowl the answer that we all circled closest to was Jimmy grappling that you could I mean I think to a lesser extent maybe talk about what happened with the Kobe percent Indianapolis but it's apparently you can have a plan and we can all be trusted because you're the patriots and it still won't be anything close to Tom Brady and what that delta is like where the drop off is there is the biggest question mark going in all this and now that this room is set like we've got the thing that we've been slowly building up the whole time it is now Tom Brady in Tampa Bay verses Bella check for your and stood instead of him and it's like which course you back like now we have the perfect flushed out answer right it is it it that is going to be the debate whether it's fair or unfair because a Tom Brady is soon to be forty three we have no idea what what we really don't know I mean the things that Tom is trying to accomplish at that age have never really been I even tried before in the NFL but it is interesting right you mention grovel because it was pretty clear that in twenty sixteen twenty seventeen twenty seventeen twenty six to twenty sixteen up bill Belichick had his plan in place he had what he wanted to do in place they were going to move on and Jimmy grapple was going to be that guy that's when it all came to a head with Alex Guerrero Brady's trainer being kicked off the team plus I have seen flight and having his our credentials revoked for being on the facility because they felt like there was a competition between Alex Guerrero training people to Paris train step so it came to a head and it can't go ahead with the crafts basically saying that guy Jimmy G. needs to go because Tom is uncomfortable with all of this and finally bill just called up the night is that you want for second round pick you got he wasn't shocked during that trading deadline he was just shoot moved offline for lack of a better term and Seth Wickersham does a great job for us on ESPN dot com wrote a great article about that it wasn't twenty seventeen by the way getting my years correct that basically talked about the tension and they also have the time no no no no there's no we're all together and then after the season yeah we had some difficult so we have to work so sap is actually come out with another great article on what happened and how we got here with Tom Brady and the patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and everybody moving on you can check it out it's on ESPN dot com and he was on the game night yesterday on ESPN radio talking about what led to Brady finally leaving New England but I do think that when you look at the big picture with this and you look at the reasons why it goes back to twenty seventeen because you know there are a host of problems in that building that year for controlled Alex Guerrero to the you know Jimmy Garoppolo's but the the main issue that that Tom Brady wanted to do was try to accomplish that fall of twenty seventeen with to get a contract extension or you get clarity from the New England Patriots so they weren't going to fight him to all of you know of a long term deal that will allow him to play into his mid forty and when you think about it that's the issue never got resolved in the next two and a half years and never got resolved and that's why we are where we are now listening and I look I can understand that I mean if you can't get clarity on a guy the most accomplished quarterback of all time if you can't get some clarity even even if the clarity is you know what we don't think we're in but we think you're too old you know something something definitive it doesn't always have to be what a player wants to hear right but some clarity instead of just kind of left with nothing which is why he was left with that that that certainly could be head scratcher it made the decision they're pretty you know pretty ambiguous but now going forward like the patriots still kind of make all of our overall initial decision making kind of a cloudy picture because what we talked about leading up to this weekend with the patriots or they gonna bring in eighty Dalton they're gonna bring in James Winston nope so those guys get to keep kicking the can down the road and see where they land in the game of musical chairs and now we wonder aloud like all right you know the patriots do they look at anyone in this year's draft trade you brought this up before the show the Buccaneers and Tom Brady now becoming a very interesting position not regard right I mean I think they have the fourteenth overall pick and it clearly they are set for the next two years with Tom Brady we know that but this is a fairly rich draft in terms of quarterbacks in the first round we could afford some and there's a possibility if some quarterbacks were drafted it might be five but it looks like it's going to be at least four and if you're the Bucks at fourteen and as we just said you gotta check back you reside Jason Pierre Paul that defense was actually pretty good last year you have those wide receivers you have a running game you may be able to pick up a running back they had forty seven sacks last year I understand that they're good tackles in this draft but if if the quarterback did you have like three Tom Brady is still sitting there fourteen do you pass him up do you literally pass him up only if you have a guy that you have pointed out that could come in and help right away like in alignment we know online and can be drafted and put right in there and perform well right out of the gate because you have to play like you and and I know part of you has to be to the future but you got to play hard to the fact that you got a two year window with Tom talks to your window so if you can get a guy at that pick that you can slot right in that will immediately help you I think that's where you have to go you have to put all your eggs in that basket if you don't have any of those positions if you don't have that guy or that position that you need I needed help on that you think you can get right to draft an immediate impact from that guy then you could even you could probably think about that great time to remind everyone else coming out with a mock tomorrow yes he is he should be joining us tomorrow at some point so like even even up the cold sweating with their thirteen right they signed Philip rivers it's a one year deal and Phillips says he wants to play more and we'll get into that a.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

"This became clear after the international Olympic committee announced Sunday it was considering a postponement because of the corona virus Canada says it won't send athletes unless the games are held next year and Matt Carroll head of Australia's Olympic committee says it's the right call we have to look up the night just athletes and officials but also their families who were getting concerned there before they arrive the other sons and their daughters pressure has been mounting on the IOC not to hold the games this summer Japan has more than 1700 coronavirus cases including 712 from a cruise ship with at least 43 death I'm Julie Walker

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on WTOP

"A member of the international Olympic committee that there is a three month window to decide the fate of the games the Olympics are currently set to open on July twenty fourth an explosion at an oil refinery sparked a massive fire yesterday twenty miles south of Los Angeles crews in Carson California we're working to control that fire at the marathon oil refinery they have their own fire department but they definitely called LA county fire to come and help them with a huge ball of fire in the center of the refinery right now they're saying this was a cooling tower that had exploded this is a routine plant we are worried about injuries were not hearing anything as of yet but a huge fire pretty much out of control reporter Steve Mandel who said it happened along the four oh five freeway that's a main route in and out of LA today is Ash Wednesday the first day of the forty day Lenten season the holiest season on the church calendar gets underway at the Catholic Church continues its struggle to overcome the clergy sexual abuse crisis Monsignor John Hensler of The Washington archdiocese head of Catholic charities acknowledges the church attendance is down but not as low as people might think we have not lost a lot of people going to church we have awesome answer says some parish donations are flat as lent begins he says the church is trying to work its way through the crisis we are deeply sorry apologetic let people know what we want we can do better during lent many Christians fast but Ensley who oversees scores of Catholic charities programs also recommends people reach out to others even a simple thing like a smaller people on the streets I'm going to be more open to people come looking for help to me thank you Leon WTOP news opera superstar Placido Domingo's apology to the women who say he sexually harassed them has prompted a new accuser to come forward soprano Luz del album Rubio said she was in shock after seeing the mangled statement in his words I'm truly sorry and she felt emboldened to talk about her experiences with him this week the union that the U. S. union that represents much of the opera said it would be a its investigation has found that he had abused his power and behaved inappropriately over the course of two decades white supremacist and mass murderer dylann roof staged a hunger strike this month while on federal death row that's according to letters to the Associated Press in which route says he had been verbally harassed and abused without cause and treated disproportionately harsh the twenty five year old roof killed nine black church members in Charleston South Carolina in twenty fifteen roof told the Associated Press he believes staff at the federal prison in Indiana feel justified in their conduct because he says he's hated by the general public what is the most wonderful time of the year for those who like a lime green minty milkshakes it is the fiftieth anniversary of McDonald's Shamrock shakes so they're offering an error there offering off an eighteen karat gold copper adorned with fifty green emeralds and white diamonds the money is going to benefit the Ronald McDonald house charities the eBay auction is now under way after a couple rough days for the financial markets will check.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"International Olympic committee events are being staged targeting the you I was on local Fabrizio Ginny CO took time off work to volunteer here helping anyone who wants to try their hand at a simulated ski mountaineering course a brand new Olympic sport introduced at these games an overall idea is that today's young can try different sports which are related though different to discipline in order to try and test and maybe use their free time rather than on the telephone and I'm on my phone to use and angles I Francisco urban is another volunteer at the games I think it's very important for the kids to do some more do I have something with the brain as well as physical and it helps for both so that's very important and that's the future the young are our future the health the mental benefits of sports particularly the young is indisputable according to the women's sports foundation female high school athletes are ninety two percent less likely to get involved with drugs eighty percent less likely to get pregnant and three times more likely to graduate than non athletes numerous scientific studies show the benefits of a healthy lifestyle but these games are also providing opportunities that can change lives twelve nations including Hong Kong Singapore Thailand and Pakistan are taking part in the winter youth Olympic Games for the very first time ever the Thai ski team only touch snow for the first time a year ago that are now here competing against nations were snow is common the trainer of the tie teen Italian Attilio Polona says even if these you don't bring back any metals the experience of taking part in the world's most reputable and respected sporting competition with peers from all over the world is a win in itself it would really writing a story for Thailand and this is a really amazing you know is when they will be back in Thailand is for sure we we see I I you'll each different between them I mean the athletes that here and there their friends so the same age because this is this kind of experience that sports king can offer to us is is something that nobody you can not find outside back to the hockey arena after the game little wind shoot gets to meet the.

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on AP News

"The international Olympic committee is publishing guidelines specifying which types of athlete protest will not be allowed at the upcoming Tokyo Summer Games the AP's that Donna your reports there will be no hand gestures with political meaning no taking a need we must be ported to create neutral because otherwise we wouldn't exactly end up in these sick kind off device see if and boycott those situations I off the chair Thomas Bach says the rules include paying respect at medal ceremonies they can still express political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded for medal podium protest at the Pan American Games in August in Peru I met Donahue some Boeing workers calling their colleagues clowns and monkeys when it comes to the seven thirty seven MAX AP correspondent Mike Crossey reports on newly released paper showing the aircraft maker hid problems from the FAA internal documents that Boeing provided to the federal aviation administration and Congress last month were released publicly Thursday the documents indicate Boeing employees knew there were problems with the flight simulators for the now grounded seven thirty seven MAX jets and apparently tried to hide the issues from federal regulators one employee wrote this airplane is designed by clowns or in turn supervised by monkeys Boeing says it is confident the machines work properly but adds that the messages raise questions about Boeing's interactions with the FAA the Max jets have been grounded worldwide since last March after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people hi Mike Crossey whether they're true or false Facebook allowing political ads to run on its platform BP's Jackie Quinn reports on the criticism it's now facing Facebook says it won't run fact checks on political ads because it doesn't want to interfere in political speech but the head of map light a political research firm questions are we going to have a democracy based on truthfulness and debate or is it going to be based on secrets and lies map late president Daniel knew eighteen news for Friday January tenth hi Tim acquire the U. S. and several other western nations say there's evidence to Ron shot down the Ukranian jet shortly after takeoff from Tehran if it's Jackie Quinn reports a pilot's wife tried to talk about a flying the plane that morning to stem the label longer with escalating tensions in the region between the US and Iran with Katerina go up and then go tell Sky News she urged her husband to cancel his shift but he said if he didn't fly the plane who would the U. S. and several allies are confident a surface to air missile struck the jet hours after a round fired missiles over the border into two military bases Ukraine's foreign minister says the pilots were on a proper course it was nothing to indicate that this this like in danger across the globe there's mourning for all one hundred seventy six victims more than sixty from Canada including a dentist in Halifax whose husband spoke on C. T. V.'s was a very very hard for all of this and deformity I Jackie Quinn house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the articles of impeachment against president trump will be delivered to the Senate next week house impeached truck three weeks ago on two counts abuse of power and obstruction of Congress Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says the process is taking way too long it is not the job of the Senate to try to fix the completely faulty imply process that the house Democrats conducted over here Washington state Democrat Adam Smith yesterday called on below sea to hand over the articles now says she was right to have delayed the process to have a fair trial shine a light on the fact that they're doing as well pelo sees delays sparked the reason strategy has a much change what's likely to be the final verdict trump's acquittal in the Senate of charges that he abused the power instruct the Congress in pressuring Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden this is a P. news the FBI making fundamental changes in how it goes about getting permission for and conducting electronic surveillance in national security cases and he's my cross you with the tail FBI director Christopher ray has informed the foreign intelligence surveillance court the bureau is implementing new protocols for conducting electronic surveillance in national security cases under the changes wire tap applications will be more closely reviewed before they are submitted for a judge's approval last month the justice department inspector general issued a report that was highly critical of the F. B. I.'s handling of the Russia investigation rate plans to issue a bureau wide email Monday informing the work force of the changes Mike Rossio Washington sources tell the A. P. though house White House is considering expanding its travel ban two additional countries it there is a this is a renewed election year focused on immigration issues the sources say the countries that would be affected are blacked out in a document that's been circulating at the White House I'm Tim acquire a P..

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Need that too for the store? Here's the thing about Lyme. Mount Everest ever seems like a lot of work. A lot of work what you think going to macho, you isn't a lot of word of a contrast. The back way less work check. All right. The International Olympic Committee voted on Tuesday in favor of proposal, bring break dancing, you just don't want to twenty twenty four summer games in Paris. The other proposed inclusion of break. Dancing is a sport at the modern Olympics is part of a drive by the organization to appeal to a new generation of sports fans. The question is, do you consider break dancing sport? And if this gets through what's next, well, it's, it's also apparently rock, climbing wall-climbing. Yup. And surfing, which I have one hundred percent is break-dancing still popular. Like, are they trying to get a new generation of fans into the Olympics who are alive in the nineteen eighties and had parachute, pants, absolutely anytime. There's dancing in a new and different way, people love it. I mean, there's movies, new indifferent. That's my question. Bridget was popular songs different types of dancing, like step up was gigantic for awhile and they made. Seven of them. So here's the thing of breakings serve Drake into electric Bigalow came out in like nineteen Eighty-four. I've, I've been to a bunch of Olympics like snowboarding turned into gigantic Gant event. I personally am in favour of the performance events like man, women moms love figure skating. They even like the ice dancing, which I think is just dull is. I mean dole is can be anything. That's a performance with scores given generates controversy, right? Generate stand tryst. I am all here for the Russian judge not giving the American competitor credit for his backspin to worm combo. I'm therefore it, I'm not a purist, though, on is this a real sport and doesn't need to be in the Olympics, because quite frankly, a lot of the sports in the Olympics are a little weird and sort of made up. And, you know, like steeplechase in the civility run in like you jump over over something or. You run a marathon events stopping do target practice in the Winter Olympics. Then that's Nordic right? That's like a thing. Like, is that really a sport? He just kind of taping a bunch of other things together in calling it an event. So if this is what they think is going to be popular. I just I was my fan of the idea of ballroom, dancing. I know. That's sounds hokey. Sure. And I'm telling you, my mom dancing with the stars legs. Just when I read it, I was like this feels like what sixty year olds think will make the Olympics popular 'cause I on aware of the resurgence in break dancing? I guess I didn't know it came back. It will appeal to a younger generation, I don't know because only a younger generation can actually do it. There aren't going to be forty year old break dancers at the Olympics. There might be you. You gotta be young man. That is a young man young man's game. It was the young man's game. Alright Steve based actually all they'll do this. When after let's do this one, now based on what we know of the NBA. At this very second, including the news of the Lakers and their ability to open max cap space. Yep. Pick next year's championship conference. Does it come from the east or does it come from the west? Now you have to figure out those stay in Toronto. Does he come to L A does where does Kyrie Kyrie go? What about clay, you know, all these other things based on what we know and what we don't know where do you think next year's NBA champion comes from which conference? I think it's us. Think I think we're the next NBA champions mean my gut set as much as I'd love it to be quiet. My gut says, somehow it's going to be kyri because if Kawhi chain is conference that changes. That's it. Right. Toronto's gonna probably rebuilding. Yeah. Although Marcus all just opted in for me, but Mark Sol's not going to be the difference between winning losing. If you lose, Katie green is indicated he wants to stay right? But they're going to try to keep the brands you lose coli. Oh, no. I'm saying..

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"international olympic committee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"international olympic committee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Strong muscle contraction. And it's important help maintain strength and muscle contractions. When you're using them over and over again, for instance, if you're working out at the gym, if you're playing sports golf tennis anything like that it keeps your muscles powered up in their high energy state. So that they're strong and ready for action. Now, Pat, here's the key. This is so important for those of us. So you're not fifty sixties seventies. You see we had lots and lots of creating when we were young. We had Woodall's stuff who was coming out of our ears. We had lots of creates our bodies meet a lot of it. But as we get older like everything else, we don't do that as well. We have less creating in our muscles. Now, the good news is that hundreds and hundreds of human studies show that when you supplement with creating goes to work or go straight to your muscles absorb diesel pumps in your muscle tissue. And you get stronger, you get more powerful not only that it helps support memory. And brain health and help support the strength of your bones. You know, we were talking before the show, and you were talking about how Olympic athletes have been using creatine for years to enhance their strength and performance. Tell me more. Well, this is the premier sports nutrition supplement. There's no question about that. You've used it bodybuilders know about it athletes know about it, creating is the premier sports nutrient. So, you know, back twenty twenty five years ago, the Olympic athletes, and their coaches, of course, being do about it. They knew what made you bigger and stronger and faster they knew as natural to the body. It was supposed to be there. But they were a little bit afraid to supplement with it. Because they were afraid it might be considered cheating that it might be considered too much of an edge. But back in nineteen eighty eight the International Olympic Committee. They came out the officially confirmed that I'm quoting you're creating ten be used by athletes to enhance their performance. And now, it's not just for athletes anymore because the studies. Are cleanly showing that four adult for people in their fifties. Sixties seventies. This stuff is amazing. And purity has this incredible new formulation. We call it every strong because that's exactly what.

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