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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

07:11 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"That one more time to me if you would sorry She has trouble knowing. How many calories tins consume on long run days versus lower mileage days. And how do you know if you're taking in too many calories as a runner if you're taking in too many calories you're gaining weight you're taking a not enough calories. You'll might be losing weight now. Here's the thing your body's pretty resilient in trying to maintain your weight even with not enough to perform what will happen is some people will lose weight. Other people will simply run slower as their body finds a way to preserve energy. So careful on the down swing of that. You can under fuel really easily. But if you're over fuelling you'll know because you'll be storing his body fat. You'd be gaining weight so on your long run days. You do wanna fuel with more now. We discussed this a little bit before a glued hierarchy of priorities when it comes to fuelling so for absolute beginners day. One i just met you. I was gonna coach you. The first thing that i be talking to you about is not training days. Not off days. I'd be talking about. Do you have a consistent reliable meal schedule for all days. That's the number one thing we want to have in place we reading at least at least four or five times a day and that can scale up depending on your level of athleticism your your background so much more frequently if needed once we have that. Then we're looking at in training fuel. So that's the easiest thing to scale so you're getting extra carbohydrates. This is for longer runs every hour that you're running pasts call. It's about an hour so if you start going okay you do in two hours three hours. Four hours you're going to definitely want some into training fuel to perform optimally so that automatically going to scale beyond that would i do tend to see a little bit is a little bit of a mismatch in fact i had an endurance athlete just a few weeks ago. Who is calling me up for some counseling and he was eating under a hundred and fifty grams of carbs during the week and over six hundred grams on the weekend. Now i know why i know how he got there a little bit at a time. You know. I don't need that if i'm not running and i'm trying to manage my weight and all on the run days i wanna make sure i totally see how he got there. But it's not gonna be efficient to have that much of a discrepancy. What i really liked to see is an average across the board where most days. You're getting about the same base fueling that simply ramps up a little as need. Be on your heavier training days. That is going to be the most consistent the most predictable you're going to have at least amount of bounce having to do with hydration intramuscular learn fuel. Your your glycogen stores you sugar content everything that's going to influence your performance when you run will be the most stable so based meal plan. That's consistent then fuelling during your runs that ramps up and then after that you can start talking about an extra serving of carbohydrates post runner on long training days to bring those numbers up a little bit more on those days. What's your guide. Your guides going to be either weight. Loss or poor performance or recovery is an indication. You're not getting enough weight. Gain is the indication. You're getting too much. And that's the one that i would encourage. You don't be afraid of getting more adding more. If you're not gaining weight simply means your body's funneling that extra fuel into performance you'll start gaining weight. You'll know it's too much. The mistake people make. Is they confuse their digestive system with overall quantities of energy. Because if you eat too much in one sitting your stomach's gonna say oh too much. That has nothing to do with your energetic system that has to do with your gut which is why. The more advanced runner or athlete generally more frequently. They eat because they are able to at that high level of athletics utilize more fuel so they tend to more and more frequently so that way they also preserve their gut health. You've had the chance to work with a lot of interesting people. It sounds like i have. I've been very fortunate. It's been a lot of fun. You'd be surprised to some of the interesting things people want to want to train. We were actually working with a. I don't know why this is for a time. We just seem to be working with a lot of reality. Tv show Individuals and there was there was one gal in particular way had to break to her depending on your how you're looking at this the good news. The bad news oughta. I'm not getting attention to this. Unintended football who. She was on one of these shows and she was. She was working with us. Dieting down to be on a Shoes on one of the like the master chef cooking shows and she was so excited for it but she and she wanted to just get in really great shape and there was a stressful where we're working with her. And i knew what she was eating newish she was doing and something simply was not adding up on like okay. I know how you what should be happening here and sure enough. She thought she was going on a reality. Tv show but instead she was having baby man. You know there's always things to look at. We had We've had folks that you know. Some of the most demanding. Schedules are weight class. Specific sports you don't think of s a night. Running is not week class specific. That's fantastic and agean. If you had to. Okay get on the starting line. Oh we're also going you at. If you're over underweight you get put in a different category. That's the sport of powerlifting. You know so and a lot of other sports are along that so not only do. We have to factor in an athlete's performance peak performance based on their nutrition. But we have to sometimes have them to the announce hitting their weight so a lot of a lot of interesting things over the years. We've got to explore all right. Well thank you. Rebecca for the question and thanks angel. If you wanna check out met pro talk to nutrition coach there's A free consultation call available go to met pro dot co for slash. Mta metro dot com for slash mta. And if you decide to join up and work with one of their nutritionists just tell them we sent you. You'll get five hundred dollars off. Met pro dot com for slash. Mta well that brings us to the end of this episode of hope. You enjoyed the race. Recap if you want to check out photos and read the full race recap head over to our site. Marathon training academy dot com. And if there's anything you'd like to ask us or anything we can help you with. Please be sure to reach out of contact form on our website. 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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"That's appropriate so it's about using positive self talk because this guy dr sell. He's a psychologist but also trains people in the in major league baseball and stuff with their their mental aspect of their game when the book he's talking about the power of positive self talk and as i'm in this marathon. I'm thinking even though there might be things to obsess about like how long has taken me. How little aches and pains and twinges like my knee or whatever just your mind can obsess about that and go down this rabbit hole. And he calls it. P. c. t. problems centric thought so problem centric thought could be a trap of win. You're always focused on problems. Instead of focusing on what's going right. And then he says whatever you focus on expands so focused on was on. What's going well and live in that and let that expand because the alternative least dark places. Yeah that's great advice so if your legs are tired or you're filling aches or pains. Think about well. My nutrition is feeling really solid. And look at this amazing view. Exactly fresh air amazing view moving forward. I've accomplished my d. c. n. b. goal so far so long the course tried to visualize finishing the race with a smile on my face coming back home. Recording this podcast. I tried to visualize the success. I was going to experience. And i kept thinking about my dignity. I'm a person who runs marathons in the mountains for fun now just for any reason for fun. I can see it. The village of santino and it looks lovely four forty two in the afternoon.

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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

09:35 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"In suspense. When i did the marathon and switzerland which my first race in the alps i dealt with a big changes elevation as well but the majority of it was at the second half of the race because the first half you could run it in the second half was just the death march going straight up well this race. It just started off the massive climb and then never stopped. Yeah oh just power hiking pretty much the whole time yeah. This is my slowest marathon. By far i mean after an hour. I'd only gone five k. Wow okay just past the five k. Sign five kane and our just opened up my first. You can bar hungry. Just wanna make sure preemptively fuel. Let's get data out nature. We'll check in with you later and you can hear in this audio clip that i started in preemptively fuelling with my you. Snack bars right away. We definitely appreciate. You can't be longtime sponsor. The podcast i've taken. You can't bars to marathons in germany. Switzerland austria the uk in italy not to mention dozens of races in the us like half marathons foles and spartan races. That's right. I've even given you can out to people i one marathon. I did ladies. Like i forgot my you can fuel. I said i have an extra bar if you want. If you want to try him co two you can dot co use. The code mta challenge. You'll get twenty percents off because they also sponsor our virtual challenges so use that code at you dot co we love it. 'cause it's a slow release carbohydrate source comes in a powder you can mix with water or bars also have jails now so you can't dot co use the code. Mta challenge will get twenty percents off so it might be tough but the racist just breathtakingly beautiful everywhere. I look also help at the weather perfect. It was raining on us whole time. I probably would have not appreciated. It was hard to stop and take pictures like constantly. But even in the toughest moment i look just look around and i would think this is the reason i'm here. I've heard that as humans. We have this innate longing for beauty. cs lewis wrote this in his book till we have faces. He says the sweetest thing and all my life has been the longing to reach the mountain. Define the place where all the beauty came from my country. The place where we ought to have been born. I ran through the most amazing not in valley greenfield's and huge dolomite mountains. Judy up toward the sky and remind me why. Come here as long as the obser- here i will keep coming. That's all i know. You did get some amazing pictures which will have to share on our blog and on social media as well. What were the aid stations. Like i mean did they have eight stations or were you required to carry all your stuff with you. They were kind of few and far between i. I went a pretty good ways before. I came to any aid station. So having my own fuel with me those you can't bars was very handy and you had to hydration pack that you're using you had a hydration pack with one liter water bladder in it So as we're going along we went from bozen up to a little mountain village called written. We kept climbing on hiking trails and gravel roads and there were some sections that were We were just running on the road kinda to get from one to the next but everything was walmart with paint yellow flags and it was pretty much alone the whole race for most of the time. I had no one around me. The race website said if you drop out of the race. it's your own responsibility. Get yourself back so you might as well finish. Don't even know how i would do that. You know where i was so actually. We're making our way up to the top. This mountain called the rittner horn and it's his high mountain plateau. It's accessible by gondolen. People ski up there and once you the the rittner horn you have this expansive three hundred sixty degree view of the dolemite's lots of families and they were out hiking kevorkian on the mountain looking for a way to use the word cavorting in the sentence it was interesting to see people like all bundled up jackets because spits no a little bit on us up. There and here wasn't shorts and a t-shirt so at this point when we get to the rittner horn. I'd climb so much in my legs. Were so tired. But i wasn't even halfway done yet. Okay way high up. On the mountain pasture amazing views cow bells walking by a bunch of cows it feels like going uphill non and man. My leagues refueling it. Okay well past the twenty k. Mark four and a half hours in still going uphill expressed by this beautiful mountain guest house off the hikers out today. What's cool is you can stop these guest houses and have a meal gives drink even state. You want one night and keep hiking okay. It's so steep for so long feels a cruel joke. But it's all good bells as you hear actually Sheep grazing okay. Past the half marathon point so leaving the aid station. Amazing gorgeous view on the dolemite's vendor soon this all split up and dolemite con picture rolling hills. Ancient cattle fences built out of rock. It's gotta be millions. It's rocks is stacked up tightly together. Free range cows and in the distance. The dolemite's which are famous for these barefaced mountains. That up like spines through the alps. It's all quiet except for the sound of my own. Footsteps breath distinct cowbells once in a while. Someone on a bite goes by. Pass a hiker. It's funny how warm everyone's dressed who's not running people have coats on and they're all leered up here. I am in shorts and a tee shirt. My state really warm but my hands are cold so through some gloves that are brought which was a good choice actually brought them. Webby told me to bring. And i actually listened. That's it for now. Got a nice downhill sections. Turn us off and start running so at this point. I'm getting really worn down by the mountain. But i finally passed. The halfway point. Got too much needed aid station. Fill my hydration pack which was just about empty so the timing was perfect and i was starting to feel like a little bit like eh elevated headache coming on which i was pretty worried about. That can really ruin your day fast. You know so. I tried to just keep sipping water and just nibbling on food but they say is you. Don't wanna guzzle water. You don't want to eat a bunch of food one time and make all the blood rush to your stomach way from your brain. The aid stations also had electrolyte sports. Drink but they had a no cup policy so he had to bring your own cup. Oh no so. I didn't have a cup like support directly in my mouth. That's sanitary i was like. How do i get this. Goodness send me so on top of the rittner horn at the station. I started to see some runners come up from behind and it was then that i began to care more and more about not finishing dead last my goal leaving the station thankfully there were some nice downhill sections and i was able to do some actual running. Nice the next section of the course. We went from the rittner horn to a place called totent- commercial that name actually means chapel of the dead comes from the word tot- which means to to kill and the word kerr which is church to these little white chapel on top of a mountain at the altitude of twenty one hundred meters and it's just a hut with like a crucifix inside. It was hard to tell from the course map what to expect. There weren't actually mile markers kilometer markers on the map it was just a huge blown up maps and not a lot of little detail. All i see was that there are sections on the map that were color-coded and the section i was going into was red and then coming up on some sections that were black. The key on the map said the red indicates a hiking incline and the black indicates a difficult hiking inclined inclining all day. And now i get to the real incline. Apparently right right at the chapel of the dead already filling kind of dead. Yeah so. I came upon this boulder field and went across that for long ways and then eventually to this massive ridge refer to it as a wall in this audio sound bite and this is massive ridge and look at it from a distance and i can see little specks on top where people were up there and i thought to myself. How do i even get up. This thing got closer to switch backs going up so this is after i am just so spent looking for relief waiting for the the uphills to end and then what do i see the biggest uphill section i've ever seen it's so steepest even look possible to go up so i i go up at this point. A couple of people have passed me. And i was always moving forward. I never stopped other than to take a picture but people were also walking than they passed me. I was walking. They were walking past me. And i thought okay now i can see how slow i'm going. I'm walking guinea. Passed by walkers okay. Wherever designers course.

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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

03:24 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Should be good to go. So i know you mentioned to me briefly that you barely made it to the start line in time for the race tell us what transpired there will. The race started at seven thirty. It was only about a five minute drive with. There's no parking right there. He had to park up at this other lot. And then everyone said it's a ten minute walk where the race started so anyway. Race morning comes in. My hotel doesn't start serving breakfast until seven. It's i didn't have time to drink any coffee coffee pot my room. It's a pretty small room. So i'm like oh man. I'm going to start this marathon without having coffee. That could be a disaster. So right seven. I went to the hotel. Restaurant had a expresso got into my car parked. It was a much longer walk than anticipated to the start line. I ended in running to get there. No got there really quickly through my check bag up to the. The guys in the truck found a porta pot. Because after you have coffee you kinda gotta go. Yeah important gotta take care of that early on and then get out of there fumbling my mask on and get through a checkpoint to get into the starting area with literally one minute seven twenty nine and i was very back small race only about one hundred people anyway..

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"So trevor. I know people are excited to hear about how your sky marathon went in italy. So tell us what made you want to sign up for this event. When i posted some photos on instagram people were asking. Where's the race recap will here. It is so. I went and did the sued t- role sky marathon in italy. Big thanks to angie. For watching the kids while i went over that we're not always able to travel marathons together these days but i was able to get away for a trip to europe was not to like about that for two whole weeks. Yeah kind of squeezing. A lot actually flew into venice and then stayed there couple of days. Amazing place rented a car and drove up to northern italy. In the trentino alto. A dodgy region of italy up against the alps. It's predominantly german. Speaking actually because east to belong to austria until after world war one so in german suty role which means south t. role because it was part of the tea role region in austria. So it was cool to practice german while i was over there and Of course run a beautiful marathon in a beautiful place so the race took place on august. Twenty eighth it was my eighteenth. Marathon to date is my third marathon in the alps and it was definitely the most challenging. We climbed a of twenty eight hundred meters or over nine thousand feet It was just a constant climb up and down mostly up the race also has a sixty nine k one hundred twenty one k which they didn't have this year for i don't know why they also have a half a trail half but with all the events combined they call it. The most extreme experience in the alps. Wow that saying something. I know especially because i can think of some pretty extreme experiences exactly so tell us about the day. You know the days leading up to the marathon. How you're feeling and what kind of preparations that you had to have going into the race will. My training was tough. Because we don't live elevation so i tried to get as much trail time as i could in just going up and down trail. I think that might have helped my leg strength To get over there you had to have a negative cova test or proof of vaccination. Which i had i've been vaccinated so have my little card in europe. You pretty much get everywhere. If you have a green pass which says that you've been vaccinated or had a negative cova testing to get into museums or even hotels and restaurants. You gotta show your green pass so in lieu of a green pass. My little cova certificate from here in the us worked and most people didn't even check. It was able to do everything i wanted to do. Over there and even travel between countries. Because after the i went to slovenia it was only three hours drive to lake bled slovenia. Of course you have to cross through austria to get into that part of slovenia. So i was a little bit nervous about how difficult would be to travel over there but everything worked out well and interestingly this might be a good time to go because there's not a lot of tourism compared to other times like venice may be at forty percent. Wow which is still a mad house. And there's not a whole lot of americans which i'm sure. Europe is quite relieved. Grateful for in other places. I went that people were telling me that. I was the first american that they've met all summer. Well that's interesting. So i know a lot of european marathons require you to have a medical certification saying that you're able bodied enough to run the marathon at the case with this one for sure. Even the berlin marathon wanted you to have that. I don't think it's ever been enforced but for this one since it was such an extreme mountain race i think they were probably gonna check it and they wanted us to email that over so i had to go get a checkup from the doctored and i go and explain what i have to do. I show them this this doctor attestation form and it's all in german and they're like if you're going italy. Wisest thing in german. Explain going to the german speaking part so had a physical. Dr looked into my nose. Look into my ears grabbed my balls and then pronounce me good to go all. That's a relief. Was there any special gear that they required you to carry for the this marathon year. That's another thing about all the racist. I've done in the alvis. They give you this list of gear that you're supposed to bring in. I never anybody check to make sure ahead everything. But they wanted to bring a whistle an emergency blanket a map gloves long sleeves a hat and then all kinds of stuff so i did bring a lot of that stuff. In fact here is a sound bite from race morning at my hotel. Stay a beautiful hotel right there in bozen which is where the race took place in by the way. There's names for everything in both german. An italian. so you might hear me use a combination in his recap so zain bozen or in. The italian is bolzano. One of the largest cities maybe the largest city in trentino alto dodgy or suci role than fact. The whole city is ringed by mountains. And it's quite intimidating because there is like cars go into the top of these mountains on winding roads and i'm thinking okay. We're running up there seriously. But here's a soundbite..

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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"So trevor. I know people are excited to hear about how your sky marathon went in italy. So tell us what made you want to sign up for this event. When i posted some photos on instagram people were asking. Where's the race recap will here. It is so. I went and did the sued t- role sky marathon in italy. Big thanks to angie. For watching the kids while i went over that we're not always able to travel marathons together these days but i was able to get away for a trip to europe was not to like about that for two whole weeks. Yeah kind of squeezing. A lot actually flew into venice and then stayed there couple of days. Amazing place rented a car and drove up to northern italy. In the trentino alto. A dodgy region of italy up against the alps. It's predominantly german. Speaking actually because east to belong to austria until after world war one so in german suty role which means south t. role because it was part of the tea role region in austria. So it was cool to practice german while i was over there and Of course run a beautiful marathon in a beautiful place so the race took place on august. Twenty eighth it was my eighteenth. Marathon to date is my third marathon in the alps and it was definitely the most challenging. We climbed a of twenty eight hundred meters or over nine thousand feet It was just a constant climb up and down mostly up the race also has a sixty nine k one hundred twenty one k which they didn't have this year for i don't know why they also have a half a trail half but with all the events combined they call it. The most extreme experience in the alps. Wow that saying something. I know especially because i can think of some pretty extreme experiences exactly so tell us about the day. You know the days leading up to the marathon. How you're feeling and what kind of preparations that you had to have going into the race will. My training was tough. Because we don't live elevation so i tried to get as much trail time as i could in just going up and down trail. I think that might have helped my leg

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Race Recap:  Running in the Italian Alps

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02:03 min | 8 months ago

Race Recap: Running in the Italian Alps

"So trevor. I know people are excited to hear about how your sky marathon went in italy. So tell us what made you want to sign up for this event. When i posted some photos on instagram people were asking. Where's the race recap will here. It is so. I went and did the sued t- role sky marathon in italy. Big thanks to angie. For watching the kids while i went over that we're not always able to travel marathons together these days but i was able to get away for a trip to europe was not to like about that for two whole weeks. Yeah kind of squeezing. A lot actually flew into venice and then stayed there couple of days. Amazing place rented a car and drove up to northern italy. In the trentino alto. A dodgy region of italy up against the alps. It's predominantly german. Speaking actually because east to belong to austria until after world war one so in german suty role which means south t. role because it was part of the tea role region in austria. So it was cool to practice german while i was over there and Of course run a beautiful marathon in a beautiful place so the race took place on august. Twenty eighth it was my eighteenth. Marathon to date is my third marathon in the alps and it was definitely the most challenging. We climbed a of twenty eight hundred meters or over nine thousand feet It was just a constant climb up and down mostly up the race also has a sixty nine k one hundred twenty one k which they didn't have this year for i don't know why they also have a half a trail half but with all the events combined they call it. The most extreme experience in the alps. Wow that saying something. I know especially because i can think of some pretty extreme experiences exactly so tell us about the day. You know the days leading up to the marathon. How you're feeling and what kind of preparations that you had to have going into the race will. My training was tough. Because we don't live elevation so i tried to get as much trail time as i could in just going up and down trail. I think that might have helped my leg

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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Back from big trip over to italy to run this marathon looking forward to take on the journey via audio. And telling you all about this race as one of our world. Famous race recaps angie. I was calling these world famous long before we even poor traveling the world. So who's laughing now. Angie hopefully both of us. Here's something cool. I saw that a five year. Old boy completed the appalachian trail from into in hiking. It with parents. That's gotta be some special form of child abuse. were there. yeah the kid's name is harvey sutton and his trail. Name was little man and apparently they started when he was four finished when he was five at the twenty one hundred miles in two hundred nine days and the kid was quoted in an npr article. Afterwards saying i would do it again because i like it so much. Well what adventure. Can you imagine like having hiked the entire appalachian trail before you even start kindergarten. Yeah wonder how much of it he walked to himself. He's five is too big to get carried. He walked the entire thing. I know certain kids. That would be complaining if their parents made him do that. I know certain seventeen year olds talking about our kids. that's amazing. Before we jump into a race recap wanna make. Some shout outs to folks in the community. Doing awesome things so and is going to do that what he got force. We got this amazing message from tara. She says i'm back at it. Finally it's been six months after. I had a craniotomy to remove. Part of the brain tumor. The doctor couldn't get it all without doing permanent damage. The attari gland and after two months of struggles getting to a tolerable. Daily dose amount of chemo drugs along with debilitating side effects. But my little dog got me back on the road. Running yes running. I'm still having flare ups with chemo side effects and we'll have another two three months on these drugs but i'm so very grateful to be on this side of the struggles and i'm very thankful to be running again and for all the inspiration you have been you all are amazing and inspiring keep on keeping on awesome and She posted at our virtual runners. Group was great to hear terror that you're running again and hate to hear about the battles you've been going through but but hang in there that's right. This note comes from cali. She says i freaking did it. Never in a million years. That i think i could run five hundred miles in a year but i signed up. My longest run was five point five miles so this was many many days of two and three mile runs. I've now signed up for the seven hundred mile. Challenge and thousand mile. Goal is for my sixtieth birthday in march. Thanks angie and trevor for coming up with ways to keep us all going. The five hundred mile metal is gorgeous. Awesome happy to help with that. Let's keep it going. This e mail comes from kelley in maine. She says. Hi angie and trevor. I've been listening to your podcasts. Since twenty six hundred. And i'm always inspired you guys have gotten me. Through twelve. half marathons. Two full marathons like everyone. My racing was put on hold. When the pandemic hit i did a number of virtual races. Including the mta social distancing run and the criminally so one hundred mile challenge. I also use the time to work on speed drills and hill work at all of my training paid off completed the blueberry cove half marathon in tenants harbor maine despite the extremely hilly course i earned a fifteen minute. Pr with a finishing time of one hour. Fifty four minutes and thirty seven seconds and finished third in my age group. I am a sub to our half marathoner. Those are words that. I never thought i'd be able to say i credit a lot of my success from following the speed and hill workouts from the mta member site. Thank you for everything awesome. Well thank you for being a member. Kelly and a longtime listener congrats on going sub to feels fantastic and she went commandingly sub to. That's right if you're gonna go you might as well go anything. And this email comes from j. p. in new jersey. He says i'm a first time marathoner in training and bariatric weight loss surgical patient. I weighed three hundred. Eighty seven pounds only three and a half years ago. I've since lost close to two hundred pounds with running being an integral part of my routine that got me there. Your podcast is provided valuable information in terms of nutrition fuelling and most importantly the mental aspects of the sport. When i started my weight loss journey i was asked to write down a crazy goal that i'd want to achieve. Should i be successful. I wrote down run the new york city marathon and filed it away as just another dream while november seventh of this year. That dream will become a reality. What started as walking for twenty minutes on a cold february morning and twenty eighteen turned into running into the stop sign then to the end of the road and then most recently a fifteen mile training long run. I have no of breaking any land speed records in new york city but i've learned. The journey is just as important as the destination. And i'm learning a lot about myself my body and my will to succeed with each training mile. Thank you again for all you do. And we'll continue to do to educate and motivate well. Congratulations jay on all you've accomplished so far. You're turning your health and your life around and were so excited that you're training is going well so far and be shared. Let us know how the new york city marathon goes for. You will be.

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"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

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"italian alps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rather than moving forward with what we know we need to do. Now there's a bipartisan effort in the Senate was to committees to produce not only a report but also a number of recommendations about Senator Susan Collins, one of seven Senate Republicans who voted to convict Trump in February, tells ABC this week. She disagrees. I believe there many unanswered questions about the attacks on the capital on January six. We need to figure out how we can enhance security Why we weren't better prepared. The House passed a bill last week to create a commission and it's expected to be introduced into the Senate this week a deadly night of shootings in New Jersey. Two people were killed and the dozen injured after gunfire broke out at a large House party and Fairfield Township. No arrests have been made. At least three people were killed and three wounded after an altercation outside a bar in Youngstown, Ohio, and a 14 year old girl was killed and more than a dozen people injured in a shooting after a fight broke out and an unauthorized in neighborhood concert in north Charleston, South Carolina. In the Italian Alps, At least 14 people died, well writing a cable car, taking visitors to the nearly 5000 FT Summit of Motor on a peak near Lake. My jury. Suddenly plunged to the ground. Thedc able car system had recently reopened after having been shut down for over a year due to the covert 19 pandemic carried McCue Fox News America is listening to Fox.

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"italian alps" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"italian alps" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Out of their leadership. We hit their command and control. Hopefully, they will think twice even three times before they strike at Israel again. The fighting resulted in more than 200 Palestinian deaths, which led to anti Israel protests across the U. S. The National Guard has completed its mission at the U. S Capitol following the January 6th riot today. The remaining 2100 troops are heading out. Last week, The House approved the creation of a bipartisan commission to examine the riot. Republican Adam Kinzinger, who appeared on Fox News Sunday voted for it and he believes his vote will matter come the midterms. This is going to the 2022 midterms anyway, particularly if us as Republicans don't take ownership for what happened if every other day. There's a new conspiracy theory about what happened at the Capitol, anybody but what it was The commission's fate is uncertain in the Senate, it needs 60 votes to pass. The number of dead in northern Italy has risen to at least 12 following an accident near a mountaintop. The picturesque Piedmont region of the Italian Alps was the scene of tragedy Sunday, a mountaintop cable car, taking visitors to the nearly 5000 FT Summit of Motor on a peak near Lake. My jury. Suddenly plunged to the ground far below. Fax, says Karen McCue. Two Children have been hospitalized. America's listening to Fox News Inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates. It's so cheap Gotta do you make of that l O. J give enjoy. Job like a good neighbor. State farm. Is there no place like a cowboy, Please. There's no time like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel I can today. Yeah, when you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground. No way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy Canady. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky Burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings..

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Cable Car Plunges to Ground, Killing 9 and Seriously Injuring 2 Children in Italy

The Duncan Duo

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Cable Car Plunges to Ground, Killing 9 and Seriously Injuring 2 Children in Italy

"Cable car in the Italian Alps has plunged to the ground, killing nine people, according to authorities to Children are hospitalized. The cause hasn't been determined, Officials say. The cable line was renovated several years ago and recently reopened after coronavirus lockdowns were

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"italian alps" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So Tim when you talked about setting out to be a pilgrim, you needed to get in physical and spiritual shape I can imagine what getting physical shape for a long hike is talking about getting in spiritual shape before this journey this courageous and you've. Got To get in shape spiritually for something that could be transformation very observant question because the physical part is these year part, it's easy to run stairs and do laps and get my upper thighs and shape and all of that and lose some weight. Most of us can do that. Right. So I tried to atone I tried to make a donation to charity. I tried to cleanse myself of some of my bitter this but no, it's the process of decluttering. Then the much harder thing is the digital clint's part of it. I WanNa make a point about something you said earlier about the spiritual it in the book that we are all spiritual beings but a curse of modern life is that we suffer from malnutrition of the soul. We don't know how to tend to soul because modern life doesn't allow US many opportunities. I'm not even talking to specific range of organized religion I'm just talking about attending at. That's why I think Rick Poker Bridges are so popular two, hundred, million people a year worldwide make some sort of pilgrimage. You said the Alps, where about your favorite part the Italian Alps because it's just soaked in the supernatural what? What's an example this every part of Italy, the landscape yourself is stitched to mysticism. There's a saint who died there. There's a miracle that happened here, and this is what I really noticed about the two countries difference the France and Italy the biggest countries in the via region the French were fine but there a little dismissive. And I even say the French dogs had an attitude you know. You get to Italy this. The first thing that happens woman comes out and kisses on the cheek and she saw as his I'm no longer Catholic but I love pilgrim's when you get to roam you must say Sade shot to Papa Francesca given. Tell Him I. Love. Catholic but give me A. Kiss on the cheek and ties were like they were very welcome. They really welcome and respect and love the frontier pilgrims. Travel with. Rick. Steves. We're talking with Tim Egan and his book is a pilgrimage to eternity from Canterbury to Rome in search of faith. We know Tim from his work as a New York Times columnist and some of these other great numbers and this is his latest sharing how this was a transformational experience into something that anybody can risk.

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"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

"Last about two more days. Cloudy and a slight chance of showers tomorrow and Thursday and then mostly sunny for Friday and Saturday. Come on news time. 6 26 4 figure tip Left for a North Carolina server is no joke. A customer left an extra $1000 on a $30 tab last weekend with a note the bottom that said. Seriously. God bless the servers only been working at the restaurant for a month. She says The customer doesn't understand just how much she was blessed and plans to use the money to help her four kids. The Italian Alps are turning pink. This happens in the spring and summer time is a result of a non dangerous algae. When snow is white. It does a better job of reflecting over 80% of the sun's radiation back into the atmosphere and the concern with this pink ices that the color causes the efficiency of the reflection to decrease. So more of the sun's radiation is kept on earth, and that causes temperatures to increase and activism phone booth is calling on Benson, Nebraska residents to engage with her local government. The bright pink phone booth installed by Benson first Friday, Omaha President Andy Butler as phone numbers for city and state leaders and scripts to help colors Talk about issues that are important to them Come. Oh news time. Now 6 27 Happy birthday today to Ringo Starr again. Friends is what 80 is. I know this is it, But how should I feel The answer? Ringo Starr feels just fine as the former Beatle celebrates his 80th birthday Tuesday amid some of the most turbulent times in modern history. Musician whose mantra is peace and love sees new cause for hope that things.

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"italian alps" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So tim, when you talked about setting out to be a pilgrim, you needed to get in physical and spiritual shape I can imagine what getting in physical shape for a long hike is about in spiritual shape. Before this journey. This is courageous. Courageous and you've got to get in shape spiritually for something that could be transformation very observant question because the physical part is these year part, it's easy to run stairs in. Do laps and get my upper thighs and shape, and all that and lose some weight. Most of us can do that right so I tried to atone. I tried to make a donation to charity I tried to cleanse myself of some of my this, but no, it's the process of decluttering at then. The much harder thing is the digital cleanse part of it. I WANNA. Make a point about something you said earlier about the spiritual it in the book that we are all spiritual beings, but a curse of modern life is that we suffer from Mao nutrition of the soul. We don't know how to tend the saw. Because modern life doesn't allow many opportunities I'm not even talking specific range of organized religion I'm just talking about ten, and that's why I think. Rick pickup bridges are so popular two hundred million people a year worldwide make some sort of pilgrimage you said the Alps where about your favorite part, the Italian Alps because it's just soaked in the supernatural. What's all this? Every part? Of Italy, the landscape itself is stitched to mysticism. There's a saint who died there. There's a miracle happened here. And this is what I really noticed. About the two countries difference France and Italy the two biggest countries in the frontier region. The French were fine, but they're a little dismissive. And I even say the French dogs had an attitude you know. You get to Italy. And this was the first thing that happens comes out and kisses on the cheek, and she saw I'm no longer Catholic but I love pilgrims. When you get to roam, you must say say shot the Papa Francesca give him tell him I love. No Catholic but give. Estimates kiss on the cheek and times were like they were very welcome. They really welcome and respect and love the frontier pilgrims. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Tim Egan and his book is a pilgrimage to attorney.

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A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

"Month a young boy looking for stones in the Italian Alps finds a huge brown bear instead A. B. C.'s Meghan Williams in Rome with more number of US skiing don't turn your back on him is minding his own business the Italian stepfather told twelve year old Alessandro that's as a massive brown bear slowly followed the boy down the slope in it results after several terrifying minutes of the bear standing on its hind legs as it trailed the boy is finally headed a way down the mountain in a different direction the encounter between the brown bear on the boy was taped by his stepfather and went viral here in Italy Lisandro a wildlife enthusiast from the area called the encounter the most thrilling day of his

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"italian alps" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"To it. It was a big porcupine realized that it was a porcupine. Those things can be listening thing. Jack you up those quilt Nice. Yeah if you see. Have you ever seen one like impersonal thing so there are big and if you got like a dog and you're up one of the canyons of something your dog goes up to it? All over for the and those things will come. You know. They know that they got those quills. Or like hey come on over here so walking in I'm coming. You need to move So we wanted to know again if you've had a recent counter with wildlife at eight to nine four five what wasn't Let's you guys mentioned story about a snake biting a dog and literally the day before I was on a trail and my dog was sniffing around and I saw this snake with as little tongue. Like right next to my dog's face. I pulled my dogs so fast so it didn't get him so thank God smelling you dog man. And Yeah. That was Ferguson Canyon. That's where that dog was hit by the rattlesnake. And you gotta be careful when you're out with your dogs man happening When hiking up Sir Stuart Falls on Sunday? Moose came running at us. We all huddled together and then it went the opposite direction. That's GonNa stay lucky. Yeah because those things are those are. They're scary. You gotta find a tree. That's how I'm always like saying that. Over and over to a little boy. Excellent with pop quiz. Would you do if we see a bear? We see a mountain lion sometimes like run and I'm like no. We don't run if we see a bear or they do. I said we run if we see a Moose and we get out of the you know when you fight and if it's coming at us we find a tree and you get a tree between you and the most. I'm constantly saying that to him because I want you know. I don't want him to run. Because if you do run from a bear mountain lion that instinct kicks in guy and they'll chase you. Yeah so you on this video. It was the twelve year old boy and it looks like a big Old Brown berens huge it only. I guess where he's an Italian boy. I would assume that it's probably in the Italian Alps or somebody realized that had brown bears there. So there's a video of the father talking his son. Kinda threw it in. The boy is coming down this mountain so you got the video enlisted. I guess if you WANNA check it out at dot com this huge bear but the I think the you know from what I've heard biologist. They're saying you need to Kinda Yell at the bear and this guy was saying that he had heard otherwise it can agitate the bear. But it's a big brown bear and it's standing up yet standing up. It's curious and it's looking at the guy. Obviously the father who shooting the video but the little boy twelve year old his back is to the baronies coming down the mountain. I think maybe that was. I think from what I've heard. He should've turned around and slowly. Kinda backed away and don't turn your back to the. But but at least his dad was facing it but it was shooting the video. It's kind of weird like his dad's shooting the video like come on. Come on I would not be worried about shooting a video be but but it sounds like he did all the right things the okay stay calm but this it's terrifying to six. At first I thought it was fake. Yeah like as you're looking at I'm like is that superimposed and you see the bears getting closer. I'm like no that's real bears. Beautiful and that kid is. He's he's very. I mean considering what you probably most kids would do. And that is run. Because they'd be scared totally kept it under control at Peres. Mantha want to see it again. It's Al Franken. Just calm this fedex driver in park city so I see deer in people's yard usually a couple times a week and every year when the Elk Migrate. I get to see herds of them. That's cool every now and again. I'll see a moose. I'm always a little nervous when I can only spot the baby the again they will come at you. I've had one like was hiking with some friends Right before we went on our break. Yeah we went up big cottonwood and there's a spot up there a lot of Moose and they. I don't know if you're familiar with big cottonwood. But they've added a couple of new. Moose signs up there as of this year like their new and because there's a lot of moves up there but we were hiking and I said this trail that were on. I got chased by a Moose. He came up like I startled the Moose. It was above me and then I had to hike a of it. So you know the thing switch back above it so as I was coming above it and was trying to because he was already startled in a freak me out So in he ran at me and ran towards the trail. And I just blazed up the trail as fast things are freaky haircuts. Like horse come and so for the past few years at my house. We've had this Robin building asked right above our front door and lay her eggs and make my dog bark every time. The baby's hatched so now. My Dad finally did something to keep the bird from coming back. So that's their wildlife story that will be my story because I stay indoors an indoor cat. We have a little. I took a picture. So let's we were up the cabin just one day last week three next. Oh Yeah we went up there and I didn't notice it until later in the day because we were doing some stuff around the cabin and just kind of cleaning up in in in doing that and and I notice this bird's nest and there's like four beautiful blue eggs there and then at that point. We're like okay. We need to stay off the deck. Because I didn't have to keep those eggs warm like so many hours a day. I'm like I don't want her to to not come back. And then these eggs nuts but I took a picture lung dancer excited about. I mean I know it's a bird but it still wild This text five. We go to bear lake all the time. Moose pop up out of nowhere. They're like they can be so mean. My Dad was also on a walk. Let's see in the hills and one start to charge him. He was able to find a fifth wheel trailer and he hid behind it and then under it until it laughed the full on hiding from it so my friend and her son was years ago. They were up little cottonwood and she was on a hike. They were on hike together and she said this Moose was one hundred plus yards away and saw them charge and started coming towards them and she said to the point where they had to you know high. Get behind a tree in and treat you know or tree themselves from it and it was just for whatever reason it saw them. And it's probably A. I think it was a mom of female. So usually if there's a baby or whatever but it was at least one hundred yards away came started coming out of charged the hundred yards but it started walking towards her and then once it got towards closer. It started coming at them. So what's the tree thing you just get behind a tree tree and just get behind that so yeah because they'll they'll stop on you? Oh God they will in their huge think like you know the front paws or whatever and they'll they'll the literally stop on you. Gosh that's usually. I've heard that a lot of times. They're not bluff charges. They're coming at you so you need to find a tree and get you some separate you know. Get away from it as fast as you can. But if you're not able to you gotta find a treat a get yourself between the the Moose and the tree okay. I got to write all this down. I'm a city girl. Stay inside you'll get find our. What do I do this? I was hiking in the foot. A foothills about Centerville star break notice this mountain. Lions sneak in through the trees below me about thirty yards away. I stood up to make my presence known it stopped and stared at me like all the way through very scared picked up a rock and threw it hit it and then the mountain lion took off running and I got out of there in a hurry. So you do the right thing. I mean you've gotta stand your ground with that you just don't run man that's crazy all right if we get any more stories here. Eight to nine four five. Just try to keep it assures you can. We're talking about recent run INS with wildlife at eight to nine four five ninety seven one franken. Just show podcast here on iheartradio. Were talking about earlier and that first of all Life we want to know if you had any recent encounter with wildlife here somewhere in the region you know getting out camping or hiking more and more people are are out. Which if you drive up any of the. Kanye if you do hike you notice that I mean they're just packed which is a good thing and a bad thing as far as you know this being a lot of people out there and some of the people that just maybe don't get like as far as littering and stuff are you people. Come on what are you doing and maybe just I don't know what it is but there's definitely more trash on.

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A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

"Young boy looking for stones in the Italian Alps finds a huge brown bear instead of you asking don't turn your back on him is minding his own business the Italian stepfather told twelve year old Alessandro that's as a massive brown bear slowly followed the boy down the slope in Italy celebs after several terrifying minutes of the bear standing on its hind legs as it trailed the boy is finally headed the way down the mountain in a different direction the encounter between the brown bear on the boy was taped by his stepfather and went viral here in Italy Lisandro a wildlife enthusiast from the area called the encounter the most thrilling day of his life Meghan Williams ABC

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"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

"Or is the vehicle they had to into that category they want them to be now just a few years a few weeks or months but one of the vehicles that came back for a second time was the new alpha male Stelvio culture folia and Ben line is on the phone from out from Mayo because band you took away the grand prize you with the S. U. V. of the helpfulness S. U. V. if the if the northwest automotive press association for this vehicle is been getting a lot of wards when it shows up anywhere does not. if you don't make any didn't know what. we're we're always need obviously delighted when we we can win another award if we look at what we want and stuff we came back to the north American market here relaunching twenty fourteen or to open twenty five awards one globally outdoor or force the offer mail Julian still of your product the one with the rounder to sign here that we just want her most fun with that another great win as well so let's talk a little bit about the vehicle first of all Stelvio it was niece name comes from the Stelvio poss. of long winding stretch of winding roads leading to believe in the Italian Alps there thirty forty switchback turns over twelve miles of route and it's just the perfect name. ical because it has roots in the check engine leak of course but it also has we know what it takes to compete on that and other winding road it's a very dynamic fancy well balanced. ical not a performance machine to be sure the kids starting prices around forty thousand dollars but there are different variants you can buy of the vehicle from around two hundred and eighty horsepower up to the portfolio which is five hundred and five is is they also board equally by customers orders everybody go for the big five a hundred and five horsepower. we have a. you consent mix of what we sell the very fine mark but on average it's right around ten percent which is a higher percentage than what we get is actually forecasted would meet all the came out with a quadruple the version of the still be all it was it really took the took the media market sooner by storm and so many of them are flocking to it but are you know obviously our burden bothers me that your leader senior to intermediate course power. in class horsepower and torque from a standard P. figuration zero to sixty in the past the next class and it you know it looks the part of that of that wonderful your performance model as well it truly is a performance vehicle you don't. B. R. and walk up the trends in pony up the cash to get the vehicle that looks and performs from a performance standpoint from it's you know something we're proud of as well now how many people have a hard time stuff and finding the stop button on this vehicle. you'd be surprised when I didn't care if he can. still gonna be given out for a male recently. some will claim that will be the first time and they're looking around looking to push button start on the council and all over us it's on the steering wheel the flat bottom steering wheel that after one brief scene inspired we'll I'm very tight diameter from turning radius and also a steering ratio but yeah we have that all that red start button right there down there just like they do on the one Cup line are still the people don't accidentally turn it off. I had never heard of it all. so we designed it as such that the day before so you have to push down to the president such that you don't accidentally. not just a bump and turn off the car in the middle of cornering somewhere one zero. this vehicle itself what do you think the that makes it stand out from other SUVs are on the market. first it looks fun like anything else in the world we can I interrupt just for second take a quick break I want to continue this when we come back listening.

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China's government turns 70

Here & Now

05:56 min | 2 years ago

China's government turns 70

"Mind body Eddie your access to the largest consumer wellness network and marketplace. Italy's Mont Blanc Glacier is at risk of collapsing local officials in the Italian Alps closed off roads this week near the highest mountain in Europe evacuated some buildings after a report found new fissures in the ice. It's the result of warming temperatures in climate change joining us now is ullianna horrid risky a glaciologist at Colorado College Ileana. Welcome thank you so much. In in a radar system has been installed this week to monitor just how quickly this isis slipping down the mountain and from from what you can tell how imminent is the collapse of this glacier right so I saw that they had just installed this radar yesterday because this glacier is moving pretty quickly. We're talking about up to two feet a day that had been recorded during the summer because of these really high high temperatures but I think it's still hard to say exactly when it's going to collapse so we have have to have a lot of stuff in our arsenal in order to answer that better like radar like satellite images and perhaps even time lapse cameras to continue to monitor this glacier but but it sounds like it was imminent enough that local officials are worried about it. They're taking actions to keep people safe absolutely yes so the thing. Is that the fracture action in this particular glacier. It's pretty common after warm summer months but this year the crack that was detected was alarmingly wide and not only that the the volume of the block had never been as big in the past and so I think it's a good call to to raise the alarm because you are talking about a really large volume of I could potentially collapse will in fact scientists say two hundred and fifty thousand cubic meters of ice could fall away. I have a hard time even picturing what that is. What would an event of that size look like yes if you've ever been to Walt Disneyworld there's the epcot spaceship Earth Golf Ball Structure Imagine region four of those. That's how big this. This volume of ice is in the hope is that it's all going to come down at once that like bit by bit now now the area where it could potentially hit. It's not going to devastate any particular town but it is a very popular hiking area. You and your husband were climbing in this glacier last summer. what was it like. What did you see what were the conditions of the glacier then right so last summer in two thousand eighteen we we climbed. Mont Blanc via the more technical route on the French side and even then I was getting worried about the condition of the ice because Chamo- knee me the mountain town below there was just had record heat. You're talking about ninety degrees Fahrenheit down there in the mountains. You know it's pretty Balmy. I could wear a T. shirt and there's a particular peak. They're on the way to the official summit of Mont Blanc. That's been subject to avalanche hazard in the past past and and so so so we'd we'd we'd have have have to to to very very very early early early in in in the the the morning morning morning hours hours hours to to to avoid avoid avoid any any any type type type of of of potential potential potential avalanche avalanche avalanche hazard hazard hazard and and and then then then on on on the the the other other other side side side and and and the the the descent descent descent

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"italian alps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At Arizona State University sent home Hey if you if it'll say all of the students had visas and passports and they were academically eligible to return to the university but were detained by customs agents at LA acts and sent back to China Hey as he was president sent a letter to federal officials demanding an explanation but university officials say they've been kept in the dark in a statement authorities say the Chinese students were deemed inadmissible based on information discovered during an inspection comparable for CBS news Los Angeles it is six twenty one sixty three degrees in Boston to mountain climbers injured in the Alps after melting glaciers on covered long the buried hazards as global warming causes glaciers to melt it's having some explosive consequences in the L. on ABC's Meghan Williams in Rome this week to Spanish climbers were injured after picking up first World War munitions inside a cavernous abandoned military outpost in the Italian Alps the ammunition was from fighting between the Italian and Austro Hungarian forces more than a century ago one of the climbers picked up some of the munitions in the object exploded in his hands both he and his companion were injured by shrapnel hikers heard the explosion and alpine rescue volunteers were able to treat their wounds and carry them down the mountain on stretchers placers on the Alps are melting because of human caused climate change and the remains of once buried battlefield relics including abandoned military equipment and the skeletons of soldiers have also been found in recent years Meghan Williams ABC news Rome Somers.

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"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"italian alps" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic to pretty much killed the grass still in goes, the new sod one hundred percent Kentucky bluegrass too late all down as meticulous process taking three or four days. Then it's back to rooting for the home team again with a while without Greengrass an ice rank on the field and Christmas. Turn it back to baseball. Komo news. Philippines terror. These are your world headlines from ABC news, two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on a southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active, killing at least a dozen people and wounding nearly fifty during mass there's been no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. Venezuela has suspended in order for all American diplomats to leave the country by Sunday granting US officials another thirty days in country. Washington has told only non-essential diplomatic staff and families to leave while keeping the embassy open Italian rescue workers have found two more bodies after a mid air collision between a helicopter and a light aircraft in the Italian Alps bringing the death toll to seven two survivors were found on Friday. It is not yet clear how the accident happened and in Paris a mural painted by British street artist banks has been stolen police said hooded these removed the artwork overnight Friday and escaped in. Minivan. I'm Jennifer Eccleston at the ABC news foreign desk in London. Now, your propel insurance money and business update US stocks finished broadly, higher Friday as technology companies jumped other companies that stand to benefit from faster economic growth like industrials and retailers. Also.

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