29 Burst results for "Lance Armstrong"

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As long as there's been bike racing, there's been. In bike racing. In the nineteen o four, Tour de France the second year, the race was held. Several riders were caught taking trains and sabotaging their competitors. The malfeasance was so pervasive. The race was almost cancelled, and yet it wasn't hers. The years passed the to grew in prestige and popularity, becoming one of the world's biggest sporting events, but the more is there were on the race, the harder it got to cheat instead of train, hopping and putting itching powder and their rival shorts, racers turned to more pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical techniques by the nineteen nineties. The Tour de France was more of a medical operation than a sporting event. It wasn't about who trained the hardest or had the most guts it was about to take the most drugs. The world's greatest endurance race had become a farce that is until Lance Armstrong came along. He descended on the nineteen, ninety, nine tour, de France like an avenging angel, punishing those who wrong the sport he was fast, he was strong and best of all. He was clean. Over the next few years Lance earned the title of the most scrutinized man in sports. If anyone doubted him, all the to do was point out that he had never tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. However, that wasn't true. Lance is incredible. Rise wasn't fueled by sophisticated training methods, intense desire or good, old American pluck. It was powered by the most sophisticated doping ring of all time..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As long as there's been bike racing, there's been. In bike racing. In the nineteen o four, Tour de France the second year, the race was held. Several riders were caught taking trains and sabotaging their competitors. The malfeasance was so pervasive. The race was almost cancelled, and yet it wasn't hers. The years passed the to grew in prestige and popularity, becoming one of the world's biggest sporting events, but the more is there were on the race, the harder it got to cheat instead of train, hopping and putting itching powder and their rival shorts, racers turned to more pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical techniques by the nineteen nineties. The Tour de France was more of a medical operation than a sporting event. It wasn't about who trained the hardest or had the most guts it was about to take the most drugs. The world's greatest endurance race had become a farce that is until Lance Armstrong came along. He descended on the nineteen, ninety, nine tour, de France like an avenging angel, punishing those who wrong the sport he was fast, he was strong and best of all. He was clean. Over the next few years Lance earned the title of the most scrutinized man in sports. If anyone doubted him, all the to do was point out that he had never tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. However, that wasn't true. Lance is incredible. Rise wasn't fueled by sophisticated training methods, intense desire or good, old American pluck. It was powered by the most sophisticated doping ring of all time..

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When to watch and stream ESPN's Armstrong documentary

Best Week Ever

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

When to watch and stream ESPN's Armstrong documentary

"Nine PM the part two of that Lance Armstrong at its its interest in the Michael Jordan the last dance was kind of more of like with the college documentary it was all of the celebration of Jordan I think I feel like this is even more of a documentary so looking forward to seeing part two

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'The Last Dance' Michael Jordan series is ESPN's most watched documentary ever

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

'The Last Dance' Michael Jordan series is ESPN's most watched documentary ever

"Final two episodes of the last dance ESPN's ten part documentary on Michael Jordan averaged five point nine million viewers Sunday night the ten parts averaging between four point nine and six point three million easily the most watched documentary any S. P. N. history with the network now set to premiere three more documentary films next month all on Sunday nights one of Lance Armstrong another on Bruce Lee and the third on the nineteen ninety eight home run race between mark McGwire and Sammy

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The Last Dance: Michael Jordan documentary to be followed by Lance Armstrong, Bruce Lee, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa films on ESPN

CBS Sports Radio

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

The Last Dance: Michael Jordan documentary to be followed by Lance Armstrong, Bruce Lee, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa films on ESPN

"Last night the final two episodes of the last dance that wraps up and so now the ten part docu series please complete about Michael Jordan the bulls and the ESPN seeing the type of success that is had it with the last dance has already green lighted another set of extended documentaries including Lance Armstrong and the whole run raced home run chase of nineteen ninety eight featuring the mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"It was almost twelve. Am on the night of August. Twenty third two thousand twelve but nobody at the US. Anti Doping Agency could sleep the biggest case in USA. Dat History hinged on the next few minutes Lance Armstrong the self-proclaimed cleanest athlete and sports had been accused of using performance enhancing drugs. He had until midnight to contest the charges as the clock struck twelve the nervous officials huddled around the phone waiting for the inevitable ring. But it never came. Lance had thrown in the towel. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the twenty third episode in our March Madness special. This month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from one thousand nine hundred to two thousand twenty. I'm corduroy and I'm Tim Johnson. Today's episode we're going back to two thousand twelve and Lance Armstrong's admission that he used performance enhancing drugs throughout his career in the early odds there were few athletes more famous than Lance Armstrong. Not only did he win the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times. He did it after overcoming cancer. Sir His achievements were especially extraordinary. Considering the reputation cycling had as one of the world's dirtiest sports but even as rival after rival failed doping tests lances samples never came back positive. Not only was he steamrolling the competition he was doing it at a disadvantage or so it seemed although most of the press fully bought into. Lance's squeaky clean reputation. Intrepid journalists like David Walsh of London Sunday. Times aren't so sure Walsh had covered professional cycling for years and he knew a doper when he saw one but no matter how hard he tried wash couldn't provide the concrete proof he needed to show lance was a fraud and when Lance retired following the two thousand five to France. It seemed like he was going to get away. Scot-free with a longtime competitor couldn't stay away. He made a comeback in two thousand nine and the House of Cards. He had carefully built. Came crashing down. When Lance came out of retirement he secured roster spots for many of his former teammates however there was no such gesture for his one time. Protege Floyd Landis unlike his boss lands had been caught with his hands in the proverbial cookie jar when he used. Pd's fuel miraculous comeback victory in the two thousand six two to France although he had served his suspension land still felt that the team's reputation was at stake with his life and career in shambles. Landis couldn't stay silent any longer in May two thousand ten. He came clean about his entire doping history including damning accusations about Lancia's own PD US and this time. He had the receipts to prove it after a two year. Investigation the US Anti Doping Agency accused lands of running a sophisticated doping ring throughout his career. Despite best efforts there was too much evidence against him to put up a fight on August. Twenty fourth two thousand twelve lance announced. He wouldn't contest the charges. Us Ada had levied against him all of Lance's race results from nineteen ninety nine onward. Were nullified.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"If there was one thing Lance Armstrong. Love love to do it was compete. However growing up in Plano Texas Lance lacked the skill to play baseball the strength to play football or the coordination ordination to play basketball? But even though lance couldn't outplay his opponents he could outlast them in Nineteen eighty-four thirteen year old lance is tried his hand at Endurance Sports namely triathlons. He was obsessed with training. Even as an eighth grader. Lance kept a meticulous logbook of his various workouts. He was constantly trying to improve seeking the tiniest edge on his competitors. By the time Lance was sixteen he turned turned pro at eighteen. He was the national sprint course triathlon champion but the rapid success did little to change the fact that lance didn't care for running or swimming is true. Passion was the bike after graduating high school. He moved to Austin and began racing for the US amateur cycling team. Lance burst onto the cycling scene like a meteor in nineteen ninety one the twenty year old one the US Amateur National Championship. The result earned him a spot on the ninety two Olympic team although lance finished middling fourteenth he was still considered one of cycling's rising stars immediately after the Olympic road race. He turned pro with the US based Motorola team only six days after joining Motorola Lance participated in his first road race. The one day class Ika Day San Sebastian. He finished dead last but lance was undeterred. If if anything the setback only stoked his competitive fire when the next season dawned in January nineteen ninety three. He was determined to take part in cycling's biggest race. The Tour de France first held in nineteen. Oh three the Tour de France is so highly regarded guarded because of its history and difficulty held over twenty three days in July. It's annually changing. Route covers an average of two thousand two two hundred grueling miles over twenty one individual stages the riders in the Peleton the cycling term for a large group of riders struggle up at least these two major mountain ranges speed across blisteringly hot countryside. Jostled through serpentine cobbled. Streets has the ultimate test of strength skill. An endurance it only twenty two years old lance didn't have the experience needed to win the overall classification on average Tour de France winners or about twenty eight and a half years old generally older riders do well because they have a more diverse skillset. They need the agility to fly. Mountain passes the strength to power through individual time trials and the bike handling skills to stay upright when things get chaotic but Lance's youth aggression I and unceasing desire made him useful in another aspect of the race winning an individual stage. Each one of the 21-stages is a race within the overall context. Not only does winning one come with significant prize money. It's great publicity for team sponsor Lance was on Motorola's all is nine. Man Toured France team for that express purpose and just over a week into the race lance.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"For Lance Armstrong the tenth stage of the two thousand one Tour de France was the first opportunity for him to put his stamp on the race containing three massive climbs. It culminated at the summit of the legendary Alcatraz. If if Lance could gain enough time on his closest rivals he'd be all but guaranteed to win his third consecutive title but as the Peleton began to wind find. Its way up the alpe fame. twenty-one switch-backs Lance found himself in an unusual position at the back powerful riders like Germany's Yawn Alrich set a blistering pace as the race hit the lower slopes for a moment. It seemed like Lance would get dropped like a lead balloon but then he rose out of his seat and surged past his rivals. His apparent weakness had been a ruse. And now Yon Alrich and the races in other so-called heads of state could only watch as lance disappeared up the road when it was all said and done lance finished two full minutes ahead head of all rick it was a dominant stage win and set the tone for his eventual victory in Paris. Twelve days later but Lance's clever gamesmanship. Hip wasn't the only trickery. He used in that year's Tour de France in fact his incredible display throughout the entire twenty three day race was one net massive deception because it was fueled by a performance. Enhancing drug called E. P. Welcome to sports criminals apar- cast original regional every week. We dive into the dark side of sports history and look at athletes who not only broke the law but broke the rules and covenants of their sport will also uncover how their actions impacted the history of the sport they played..

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Lance Armstrong Brags About Overtaking Mike Pence on Bike Trail

Mike McConnell

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Lance Armstrong Brags About Overtaking Mike Pence on Bike Trail

"So what you cover the fact that Lance Armstrong rides a bike faster than Mike pence now was this in the news I'll get it on at six o'clock he actually is bragging that he blew the doors off Mike pence on the bike path Lance Armstrong if lebron done done Mike pence with with him but announced to the world Lance Armstrong now did Lance Armstrong have to cheat to beat my pants that's the big question that's the big question is what was I can't drop many people on a bike these days but I just blew the F. indoors off Mike pence on a Nantucket bike path yeah it is day made he's thrilled that he can beat Mike pence my dad needs a new hip that's like me bragging about me beating him in a

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"All right. Everybody. Welcome back to the Ford podcast. I'm your host Lance Armstrong, not to be confused with my guest this week. Heather Armstrong, completely unrelated. We met the old fashioned way over social media. She used to tell people they used to ask her. You know, are you related to Lance Armstrong, and she would jokingly say, yes, I'm his mother that sort of the sounds like a silly way to me? But that is, in fact, how we met she's got a crazy story. She's also got a new book out. It's called the valedictorian of being dead, the true story of dying ten times to live, and it's exactly what happened. She was. She had over time had worked herself up to be in a, you know, the highly successful, mommy blogger had this huge following had millions of followers on social media, myself included, hallel these paid placements and paid influence on her blog and it, and it literally drove her crazy. And, and enter kids hated. It. And so she got ended up in a really dark place at one point in her life. According to her fit bit. She was walking thirty thousand steps day in her living room, never leaving the house. Never changing clothes thirty thousand steps today in your living room. I took the kids to DisneyWorld weeks back and my buddy had his watch on, we were doing like nineteen twenty thousand steps so a whole third more in your live. I can't even imagine that, but she wanted to kill herself, and she was miserable. In a researcher in Utah, approached her about treatment protocol that no human has ever done before. And so you'll hear all about that in this episode truly fascinating story and super psyched for her that she's got her health back, both physically and mentally and emotionally. And apparently this book, you know, you guys and gals. No, I don't read books, but I'm going to read this one. This is it's it comes with rave reviews from a lot of smart people. So check it out. Heather Armstrong, thanks for tuning in. Here's other. I think I'll just start with your updated bio, my updated by has been updated mini mini mini. Okay. Well, this one is super interesting. So I just want people to hear this. Hi, I'm Heather Armstrong when I, I wrote a bio for this site. I called myself. S A H, a stay at home, mom or shit ass. Ho motherfucker more than decade later, I'm now what's referred to as a F. T. S W M, a fulltime single working, mom or fuck that shit. Where's marijuana this used to be called, mommy blogging? But then they started calling it influence or marketing, hashtag at hashtag sponsored hashtag, you know, you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploited her for millions and millions of dollars. That's how this shit works now. Well sit back buckle up and enjoy the ride. Deuce is back. And she's talking about herself and the third person. So, you know you better have a barf bag at the ready. Is that the latest bio that would be the latest by all my love? Yes. That that is amazing. Yeah. That's that come on. That's me, essentially, and right down to it. That's me right there. That's it right there distilled into, like two sentences. That's me more than two sentences. But yeah, and this all this all really started with deuce deuce dot com in two thousand one. Yes, what is dues? I, I know we joke about deuce so I now so we spell it differently. Everybody has a joke about do's, and it was a typo of dude, I worked in. I was in startups in Los Angeles. Thousands, and I misspell dude all the time, because everybody calls each other, dude, you, call your boss..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"It'd be so much fun though. 'cause we got an win. Is it the third weekend of July? Perfect. I can't do it. It's doing the tour. We have our big. That's our biggest week our biggest weeks, you know, when they cancel the tour. When you're I'll be there with you tell you what oh man is. You should come to tal-. I I will be there one year. I will be there because that's when I met you mom too. I know she loves she was so cool, and I will say like mom, you know, you walk in without Lance. You don't have to bring him. No, I know. And you did that with my my my woman to which is when when you were going dark on me just last thing I'll say when you were going. I was like I think he's I think I think Charles I think he's flaking out on me. And I told and I was like I haven't heard like, I don't know. She says you tell him that if he doesn't do this. I'll never speak to him again. Because you remember what you said during we were we were at that pack yell fight in Vegas, and you came up, and you said, listen, you gotta get rid of this loser. This God knows you know, you say, no, no, this would you said you said, Honey, how hard I mean, anybody can tell a bike. That's what you said anybody can peddle a bike. Oh, I was just talked bad about you all the time. Oh, yeah. What are you talking about? You would agree this athlete in the world as we can about it route a bike like if it's something I just it to you. I used to tell you to your face. No, wait a minute. He's in great shape. Let's get that out the way. But that's my theory. That's my theory on sports if some everybody can do that's what I consider NASCAR drivers like real like jocks come air body can drive. Look at the. Extremes. Like it does. I'm the black man Armstrong. Hang on hang on. From you. Wait for it. Lance Armstrong, eat your heart out. It's it really isn't that hard Dorada by. Told that they was like, what do you think you think lasts greatest athlete in the world today do routes bike heavy some everybody can do. It can't be. Komo fuck dribble. Not good. Not good. Let's go dinner with my brother. Thank you so much. I want my skills were they okay, they were very good. You. Thank you. Thank you integrate. He's he's out here.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Fuck and joke with the cops. He's a cop. The cops are taking pictures signing autographs and taking pictures, then I know what you're thinking we've got Greenland Greenland, and so I just let my guard down. And like I say my bodyguard who's been covered thirty years James Heywood in Houston, Texas and his wife beneath who's been a Cup of thirty years. He always tells me he says toes, all these cops don't like you. So I can't believe he's I can't believe you with that stupid to let your guard down just due to ask you to do when they when they start asking for autographs and pitches, don't fucking smile and joke around and I learned a very valuable lesson that night. I did. Yeah. No. But I, but I know what you were thinking. It's like, whoa. I mean. Self fees in autograph with his green. Let me go. Like, I couldn't have been that drunk. They let me go. They're like, hey, you're good to go. Now. You know what? I am booked me. And did everything signed from take pitches. They're like you're good to go now. And I says. Oh, do I have to get the tattoo. You're thinking y'all get attached to you know, what I learned about will lesson. Just now I realized that at at five ten and one hundred and seventy five pounds and you being six six into something. If you needed we'll leave it at that. I'm not going to I'm going to start it with a two. If you need a bodyguard that I must need like a fucking army. I think I think I'm the way things have changed. Now. I don't think in a celebrity can go out by itself in more for the simple fact, number one people always wanna fight. Always wanna fuck which there's one gal night like when? And I'm pretty sure it happened to you like you can go out and everybody in the bar like Otis Lance Armstrong. That's cool. That's cool is one. But there's I we always call it the one there's one guy who stands close enough to say, oh, Charles Barclay was an asshole Lance Armstrong's an asshole, and they're close enough just to hear like everybody else in the bar got a life of their own. They don't give a shit that Lance Armstrong. Charles Barkley was in the bar. They there to have fun identified drink, but there's one bucking gap night, Lance who's gonna fuck what you and I I laugh about it. Now, we call. Oh. 'cause like my friends who say, oh, I hear the one. Boy, there's going to be one guy. I who gonna mess with you. And they only want to sue you. I mean, they're gonna see you. I mean because you can't hit them. But but first of all they're not gonna fight you. But they just want you to hit them or something. Right. So. Sits with so many endless ways, we can take this conversation. When I read I'd forgotten that you went to Auburn. So I just want to go back to Auburn for a second because I want I want to tell you story. So and I'm reading your history at coming from leads and then go into Auburn. And then and then look at the years that you were and I was like that was probably around the time that Bo Jackson was there. Well, but was in causal me. Let's get that. Correct. So I was that I hang on. This is my podcast. So I said I sent bow attacks. I said do you have a second. I have a question he says, call me. And so I said, listen, I got Charles on the podcast. And I said in just learned I- figuring out like you guys were at Auburn together. I was like you gotta have some shit on him. And he said, you know, you know, Bowe ex and talks so funny. He's like he says he considers himself number one. And I said, what do you mean? He says, Lance. He believes that he is the number one athlete that ever went to Auburn. And I am number two. And Cam Newton and Frank Thomas confided out for number three. Every time I see Jackson and these. But by the way, tell him I love him. Every time. I see Bo Jackson. We call each other number two. Liam. When we talk to each other. We hate number too. How's how's everything going? He's. Yeah. Everything's good. He's numb to how's your family?.

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Without cycling commentator Paul Sherwen, summer wont sound the same

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Without cycling commentator Paul Sherwen, summer wont sound the same

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Without cycling commentator, Paul Sherwin summer won't sound the same summer is going to sound different over the weekend, beloved cycling commentator, Paul Sherwin died at his home in Uganda at age sixty two the causes suspected to be heart. Failure Sherwin a former British cycling champion and toward a France domestic became well known to American audiences for pairing with Phil Liggett to provide commentary on the tour to France, while the achievements now tainted of Lance Armstrong captured the imagination of the American public and caused a cycling boom that easy and entertaining commentary of Sherwin Liggett kept us watching through the scandals and beyond and while the taint of doping remained stuck to the sport. Even if we can't always quite believe what we see. It is always been a treat to watch the broadcast the tour to France. And then later, the tour of California has been compelling entertainment, part grueling sport event and part gorgeous travelogue, always comes. Need by the smart funny and intelligent, commentary of Sherwin Leggett. I met Sherwin in two thousand four when I hopped onto the final week of the tour de France to see Armstrong break the record for most victories in the world's most famous cycling race. I spoke to Sherwin in league in the press room before the time trial up Albadou as and as their fans would expect. They were gracious filling in a novice about the legendary climb and its place in cycling history. Liggett thirteen years throw-in senior generally received most of the credit for his emotional, witty commentary and phrases like digging into his suitcase of courage, but Sherwin was the ballast on the team keeping it on track. Dropping in historical tidbits on both cycling and countryside. This castle was built in fifteen seventy on Roman ruins Eddy Merckx once pulled over here for a nature break the to describe themselves as an old married. Couple traveling stage two stage in the same car. Perfectly in rhythm with each other. They were such a joy to listen to that one could tune into the tour. France early on July morning, just to see what was happening and still being thrilled. Three hours later. That's what makes great sports commentary. The ability to keep you entertained, even when the action isn't always compelling to make you feel like old friends are telling you, it's happening summer won't be the same without Sherwin and Killian is a San Francisco Chronicle columnist Email a Killian at SF chronicle dot com Twitter at and Killian.

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Life After Porn - Part 2

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

04:01 min | 2 years ago

Life After Porn - Part 2

"This is Bill to be podcast. Dave Hooper here last episode part one. That's really what you need to start. If you haven't already heard that go download it be podcast dot com. Where to find it? I'm going to assume that you started there. But if not going to give you my disclaimer, there's no porn in this podcast. It is a podcast about podcasting. The reason that I say porn in the title is because this involves a woman emir Khalifa, a former adult film actress, she's going to be interviewed on a podcast with Lance Armstrong called Ford, and she didn't want to talk about that aspect of her career. You can understand why she wouldn't want that. However, you audiences curious about that aspect of things. And this is so common. I've got the same issue. If you listened for while, you may know, this I've got a background in the music industry, the entertainment industry, which you may not know. So also wrote a pretty well known book about mindset that a lot of new age people love, they still love it still does very well. I don't talk about it a lot not because I'm trying to hide it because I'm more interested in being known from marketing ability, specifically my ability to help you spread your message. But sometimes I could books for an interview people are going to talk about this. I'll give you an example. It's not just interviews is just in general conversation. I was at a party this weekend. Somebody walks up to me on newer casually. She said, I didn't know you're famous and that actually happens a lot because I'm on the radio if people will hear me on the radio not know, it's me because the engineers make me sound so good. And when they meet me in person is like, I don't know not that exciting. I guess they don't recognize the voice always. And sometimes they don't put two and two together. But this lady says I saw you in a movie last night. Now, I mea Khalifa not one of those movies. But it was a documentary with me, and it talking about this book, I want you to think about that situation. You're at a party, so many nos you for something that you did in the past. But you're not doing now, what do you do change the subject? Now, that's not me deny it act. Like, it doesn't exist. You could do that. But if people are interested in why not maybe you don't want to be known for that in the future. But don't kill the report by not talking about what it is that you've done in the past give a nod to it and then move forward. Here's my general approach on this last week. I was speaking in event I guy approach me about doing another speaking engagement this one was for musicians in our refused. That and the reason I refused that because I've jumped off that ship that ship has moved on I'm on another ship now as a guest, I think it's fine to have direction. Somebody primarily wants to talk about something that you did in the past. You can say. No to that. But let's look at it from both ways as a host that guy wants to know about what you did in the past. I don't think he should compromise. I don't think you need to compromise. However is part of your pass when it comes up in another interview. If that's not the main focus, if you've agreed to it go with it, our backgrounds are what make us the people that we are the people that you dated before you got married. They are what enabled you to get married. You learn things in those relationships that you're using in your current relationship. What we've done in the past our relationships activities, the work that we've done it gives our podcast the differentiating factors that we need to stand out. So let's not deny that the work that you've done the relationships that you've had the activities that you participated in. That's what got you here. Even if you jumped off the ship, even if that ship is moving on, and you have absolutely no desire to get back on it. Mia Khalifa talk about her specifically, she is known because of three months, she spent making a dull film was that a bad decision. Maybe. But it's what God are here and your decisions good or bad. That's what got you here. Embrace them. You

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When I asked her to come on the show months ago

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

06:00 min | 2 years ago

When I asked her to come on the show months ago

"What the title says. But this is a podcast about podcasting. If you're looking for porn, you were in the wrong place in less podcasting. Some kind of new fetish that I'm unaware of. And I'm usually pretty hip to new fetishes seriously, though, no porn here. I think this podcast is family friendly. That depends on your family can hearing expert is here, but the topics you know, again depends on your family. Let's talk about Lance Armstrong. Lance Armstrong cyclist, Lance Armstrong. He's got a podcast. He's actually got to podcast one is about cycling. The other is about moving forward. And who better to talk about moving forward than a cyclist who seemed to have everything going for him intil? He didn't what do you do when that happens? He talks about it. The podcast is called Ford. On his podcast. There's an interview with a woman a mea Khalifa. I'm going to read the summary to you Mia Khalifa is a former adult film actress a brief stint in the porn industry. Led her to be named to the ISIS hit list. She joined Lance in Austin to discuss her experience in the adult film world a conversation. She had never shared publicly. She also talked about this stigma around the industry and how the label has followed her. They discuss her passion for sports, her cooking show and challenges of trying to date. I'm going to play a clip for you. This is from Lance not Mia that think is important lesson for all podcasters in this clip. He talks about setting up the interview we've had a lot of comments about our guest this week Mia Khalifa and before I get into introducing her later on here on the intro. Let me just say one thing right quick. So you guys can either choose to hit play or pause or hard elite or not we've had. A lot of feedback on the social channels about Mia and about the decision to have her on. I just want to say that the top of the show first of all this was one of the best episodes that I have ever sat through I come to this from maybe a unique perspective that all of the perfect people on social media don't come from. But I come to this discussion being me in me being me, and knowing how people view me, how parents mothers fathers, grandparents. Friends. Aunts uncles coaches administrators. Teachers view me. You know, there's a lot of people that would that I've been on other podcasts and people say, I can't believe you stoop to the level of having him on. So I came to it from a from a different perspective of the maybe most. And when I asked her to come on the show months ago mea said that she would should love to come on. She's listened to a few of the episodes. But that she didn't wanna talk about that part of her life. And she didn't want to talk about our family. Which you know was a tough situation for me. I thought okay, we could probably have a fun conversation. But I want to know what that was like what what what led you to make those decisions? What do you think about those decisions now? And so I just waited. And eventually she called me back and said. I'm ready to come on. And I'm ready to tell the whole story, and she's never told that story before. So I guess what I'm saying is give this a chance. This is as I told somebody on social media the other day. This is the forward personified. This is a person that made some bad choices in her life, which he'll freely admit and has decided to try to completely reinvent herself and move forward. And so for that, I'm a huge fan, and I'm a huge supporter in this conversation. If you think this is just some bullshit teenage s conversation, you're wrong. This one will rock your world. And so now is the time when you get to choose whether or not you hit delete. Are you continued to listen? And I think if you do listen you will not be disappointed. And if you do listen than obviously, I very much appreciate it. The big lesson is the as a host you hold firm to get the content that you're listening. There's want a lot of people will offer to come on your show to talk about certain things to do whatever they want that may not be what is best for your audience. What happened in this situation happens in a lot of different ways. As an example. This is something that I've experienced on my show music business radio. I've got musicians who don't want to acknowledge an old band that they were in for example. Let's say Gwen Stafani wants to come on. She doesn't want to talk about no doubt. She wants to talk about only the new stuff Bjork comes in. She doesn't want to talk about Sugarcubes. She wants to talk about her solo stuff that happens all the time authors who don't want to talk about older books entrepreneurs. I this happened on red podcast had a woman who started huge company did company didn't want to mention it. When you're talking about a new company. Here's what Lance found out Mia Khalifa came around. If you hold firm, you do your show if somebody wants to be on they'll come around if you. You do not hold firm. You are not doing your audience a service. Not all interviews a created equal, even if you've got a great person in there, if your audience wants to hear about the old stuff, or if there's something significant that your guest is done and your audience is thinking, why isn't he asking about that? You are doing them a disservice. And they're going to disconnect from you. Because you're not asking the questions that they want to know the answers for

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U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

Todd Schnitt

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children

"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is

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Lance Armstrong fights for his public image and self image after one of the biggest secrets in business and sports

Freakonomics

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Lance Armstrong fights for his public image and self image after one of the biggest secrets in business and sports

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

Doug Stephan

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

"On PBS at, eight o'clock sometimes I feel like that's Doug, thing on FOX new. Episode of, so you think you can dance that's. At eight o'clock and NBC has what seems to be a hit? This I have only watched it, like one time but American ninja warrior seems to be a pretty big deal for NBC that's new at eight o'clock followed by new dateline NBC ABC has a new episode? Of the bachelorette we're getting down to the. Wire so there'll be? A selection very very low. Followed by new episode of proposal at ten o'clock and on, CBS a couple of new shows nine o'clock is brand new. Salvation and at ten o'clock a brand new. Elementary and don't forget shark week going to yeah I wrote that, down it is shark week that's right all week long there you go shark week where the network every there Thrills jumped into open water with all kinds of sharks last. Data, Ronda Rousey also yes. And our under they've. Got good. Celebrities this year. For I think you're jumping sharks these guys start cages Tonight Hilarious with white abyss But then show shark NATO on that this on scifi Yeah this is real eight o'clock Drew. Sharp NATO isn't true it's fake and this is why I wrote it down because you know who's going to be on monster tax night at eight. O'clock, on discovery grubbed like shrunk I forgot about that yeah Aaron Lindsey. Vonn and gronkowski will be on shark week this week I'll be happy to hear that the performance on Thursday on. The view Janine Pirro being, totally get the blank out of the studio? By by what b b has ended in the New York Times Sunday bestseller list having Ginny, Perez book number one so Janine barris said yesterday she's mega my number one who is that. Even if it looks. Like the. Same old retreaded stuff that you always read from those folks but you can thank Whoopi for making it number one and would be doesn't really care One of those things okay let's get to some sports news Jennifer, on the tour de France one of the writers was tossed for punching at competitor wow Just get mad. So Age Italian cyclist Gianni Moscone has been expelled from the two thousand. Eighteen tour de France after TV images showed him throwing a punch at illeg Esparta rider from the fortune AO Sam sec. Team What is there but what is that what's that team why maybe, another Italian team a rival team yeah race officials and team sky reviewed footage of the incident because you know all of this televised they put, it, on TV, after, the. Conclusion of Sunday stage, the tour de France commissaries use an article in the UCI regulations to come to their decision citing acts of. Violence among riders in a statement skies team principal. Dr Sir David braille suffered said Johnny is desperately disappointed in his behavior and knows that he has. Let himself the team in the race down we will address this incident with. Johnny what's tourist I just thought that. If any further action should be taken also why he punched bike pick deal I would like to offer my apologies. To both LA Gaspard and team fortune I. Sam stick for. This unacceptable incidents video footage showed Moscone churn and strike a blow. In the direction of Gaspard as the chew road in the peleton the incident happened during Sunday's stage fifty Eighteen from allow this is. A really good story guys from allow To Carcassone. Where the riders will enjoy arrest day on Monday The names story this is one of, those things that like I don't understand the tour de France. But people really love it. And I don't really get. Him it's, like golf to me I just don't, get it but people the guy that was with the singer three. And a half. Weeks long and people keep watching Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong lost it's best to go on tour to raise your right on that Pretty sure that was from Canada You. Got cancer from riding those bikes that's those those little Testicle actually just fell. Off after that way..

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Pretty lady owns it there was a story that her husband she had a husband who died and helicopter crash it was like a stuntman slash anyways and then then we're gets out that her boyfriend was in guns and roses and so me i mean i was obsessed with guns to the five right and and i said so if i found out i was like i don't know if it's true but these guys are here said your your current boyfriend was in guns and roses and she's like yeah like well who i'm thinking excellent i don't who but is he straddling okay and i said well where is he and she's like oh no he leaves he leaves for these won't he doesn't stay he goes and he his studio he got i'd love to meet him so she calls them and says lance armstrong's here film this commercial and he'd really liked to meet you and he's like i'll be right there that's cool so she loved her because she was like we've had victoria's secret models here and commercials and all these great things he's like i will not come so is he comes over and i just spent between the takes i was just hanging out with izzy straddling so is he like he was he was very interesting he he really did not was not proud of his past and i think i i i i'm going to capture this right he was he was you know he lived super hard he's basically straight edge now still makes music but is not interested in commercializing his music loves cars has all these old portions that he works on and drives around and the the most interesting thing was that like all those guys in that band that you know just fullsleeve tat's.

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Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.

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"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy

"Washington state prosecutors in minneapolis now say no one will face criminal charges in connection with the overdose death of singer prints in two thousand sixteen the doctor who prescribed the musician pain medication will pay a civil penalty a friend of princess who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome ficials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of prince's cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why and someone should be held accountable for the fence and on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollar settlement with the federal government over charges armstrong defraud the us postal service which sponsored his cycle tain armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr the police commissioner of philadelphia's issuing an apology today after the arrest of two black men for trespassing at a city starbucks last week as joe hernandez from member station whyy reports the incident gained national attention was widely seen as an example of racial bias philadelphia police commissioner richard ross says he sorry for saying that officers did quote absolutely nothing wrong when they arrested rashawn nelson and dante robinson ross who is black says although the officers acted within the law both he and they didn't realize that starbucks routinely allows customers to hang out without making a purchase ross says the police department needs to do better and it starts at the top and that starts with me so messaging is important in failed miserably in this regard ross says the department is working on a new policy for handling trespassing calls for npr news i'm joe hernandez in philadelphia it's a boy a cry that's become all too familiar for.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"No no no i don't want people i don't want anybody know every thought i have no but this is the theory it's a crazy theory and it's it's even worse because let's say we copy you let's say you beck up your mind every night where your sleeping and then and then it goes to the cloud and and you go out on a bike ride or whatever and subtracting happens in your killed on the bike ride and so people take the police contact anna oh this is terrible no problem we have i have a copy of land in the cloud and i have a clone of his body down at the company so i'll just put it all back together and i'll have him back but you were wearing your helmet was a cold day and you actually fell in this frozen lake and you survived in two weeks later you come back and decide to go home and surprise anna i'm here here and there's a there's another lance armstrong in the house with with your with your sweetheart and you're going wait a minute what who is this guy and he's like i'm you and you're going no no no no i'm standing right here so this is the right about this yes yes this is actually this is bullshit i mean they come on this is what not that the book is bullshit but not this is the theory that people have any can't work it's just a copy of your not your point of view is not going into the cloud the point of youself so this is a movie johnny depp's movie transcendence this is what happens he gets polonium poisoning from terrorist and is about to die so we uploads is mind in the computer turns on he's he's in there looking at the little camera this isn't going to happen your your your point of view south is in the head in you can copy all the memories and put them somewhere but your point of view looking out through your eyes like you wake up tomorrow morning it's still there you wake up from surgery still there but you wake up after being chronically frozen or copied into the cloud i don't think it's going with it.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"And so it's reputation actually brought a lot of volunteers in programmes inside saint quentin on i like suck at the last mile for a second yuccas sure this program you know i was there for ten years is sanguine like i said i did college i did selfhelp i did a if i did an a and there was a lot of programs that you could would do to work on maybe the issues that i was having whether it's anger or addiction or emotional intelligence things like that uh but the last smile was the first programme that i saw that was really going to prepare me for what life was going to be like after prison and honestly that was my biggest fear throughout my entire khor incarceration as win and if the day ever comes when the parole board says it's time to go home what's life going to be like right who's gonna give me a chance where am i gonna work or am i going to live uh and i still remember when chris red lights scheme in in the first naughty class in beverly stood up there and said if you put your head down work hard and learn everything again this program there's going to be an opportunity waiting for you when he got out and i didn't know when that day was at the time but i believed him and i believe deeply isis pretty convincing uh and you know it it even gets me emotional now just thinking about it because that was five years ago know five years ago i never thought i'd be sitting here today in a podcast with lance armstrong they're talking about being a coterie in san francisco uh going through a program uh that taught me you know i knew nothing about coating computers for our first fourteen years in prison were taboo nobody had access to computers uh before the last bomb brought him into saintquentin uh so it's so to learn these skills while i was inside and fall in love with it at the same time right i really i mean i was born to be a computer programmer a bit busier there are because you're musician to a was a musician thought i wanted to be a rock and roll star you still know how to play the guitar turns out a more of a campfire guitarist.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Welcome back to the ford podcast i'm your host lance armstrong my guest this week is an old friend while i sailed friend known are about 10 years you once wrote an article about me in and men's health remains journal or one of these things vanessa grigory artis she has a new book out called blurred lines which is addresses the issue of sexual harassment on college campuses and and not to the necessary obviously a lady ladies on like when you talk about their ages but check this out or how she must be in her forties or something but she she research this book by borrowing her babysitter's driver's license and went to about twenty campuses using a driver's license of a 24yearold and and and really serve threw herself into this thing and of course in the day and age of the mi2 movement and all of the episodes we've seen and read about vanessa's book came just on the eve of all those things she spent the rest for time writing for a magazines like the new york times magazine or vanity fair super super talented super energetic would you guys are going to get a loud and clear and so i think you'll enjoy it before i get to vanessa a couple of things first and foremost happy birthday mom my mom is this week is our birthday the twelve and happy valentine's day mom no actually happy valentine's day anna got a lot of stuff going on this week so we spent last weekend up with my mom celebrating her birthday luke my son who i talk about it all the time at a rugby game up an allen.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Merriman little or no i'll you need right so i know what it's like to be shut down to unite our state and a it's a crash yet and i was just gathering at we had i been newly married i just found out i was about to have another kid and all that happen my ban on top of that decide they're going to start a new ban without me here like yeah rains implores whose bad week i'll that happened in a week so when you hear the um on the email paul in i thank you to pop for treating power i sylla at that time my tour manager was his cap paul chivalry ah good friend to charlie charlie jones new charlie jones for many years he said the the um i had asked uh william morris my my partners could you find me instead of china find all these amphitheatres you're i don't like the amphitheatres anyway i said could you find me just some beautiful park you know if i can find five parks in the country i know that we could do great work and uh we'll have a super successful um lola palooza so paul said i got some friends they have property in austin and sure enough charlie jones flew in from austin said i've got this often city limits property and it's mine its net does belong declared channel and i love you know what you've done and i want you check out what we've done and i did i love what they did and we represent lance armstrong and you wanna come out and watch the tour de france six he's gone for his six married and you take a helicopter heritage whatever yeah no i said you know what let's go i warner find out will condemend there were no great dudes and who great dudes syrup unita is over the listeners of this this we're talking the company is now was a spinoff of yemeni the represent a me which will see a see we've been created a second company called c 3 which for those of you also don't know that's the sea 3s or three charlie's or yellow jones charles a on in arles jr loggers charlie again so they.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Welcome back to the forward podcast i'm lance your host lance armstrong that is each and every week i'm your host i'd say it every week in fact i am i know you guys bragan sick and tired of me talking about my son's football team or maybe you're not and if you're not you're really sweet did not get sick of me talking about it but westlake shops a just keep rolling saturday night in san antonio up against a tough team civilised steel we tried every way we could give the game away turnovers mistakes penalties pulled one out 28 fourteen so for those of you paying attention we got one more game next weekend in houston at energy stadium against saive fair and then if they get through that onto the state championships i'm just the only reason i keep talking about this with you guys so much is that obviously i'm very proud of my son but i just think for him as a high school senior to go out potentially winning the state championship is just i dunno i just out of fuel i get so nervous for these games on why pull my hair out um but i'm just so stressed for him and so also im actually stressedexcited for him and in all of his teammates for that matter um so fingers crossed go apps one other thing before we get to my guest this week dakota myers is anybody i read an article in the paper atwood backup i've been asking what the fuck is bitcoin i really i don't i can't understand it and that's why i read this article in the paper today were the journalist basically said he had the same question like okay what is this so he went out and tried to figure out what it was in i'm sure there's some bitcoin tres listening right now the know everything and you're like discussing idiot this guy writes his whole article and he couldn't figure like i can't figure it out like why would we need.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Already folks welcome back to the ford podcast i'm your host lance armstrong my guest this week noah kagan fellow austin i actually i don't know if he's in austin i'd lives in austin well i guess that makes him in austin i'd this dude italian eye and i confess it in the middle of this podcast like i've never sat across the table from somebody who was a guest on this show the cheers a really sort of weird similarity in that do their own bad decisions they lost a hundred million dollars or more wow but uh but he did in any lived to tell about it he's gone on to be super successfully he himself has a great podcast has a great young company called sumocom um and just just a lot of fun stories i think you'll find it interesting but before we get to know a uh i don't know why almost apologized for this every week i'm going to stop apologising ford my son's football team the westlake chaparral's are just kicking asks the uh they won another playoff game when the third round they beat the beat the team seventy two fourteen luke played great and ron to the uh to the fourth round next weekend down at the alamodome how about that free people listening like texas for balls crazy the this playoff games at the alamodome if by chance knock on wood we could get to the state championship it said cowboys stadium i mean.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Trey but a guy funds and no book in the guy's life is in iraq and he realizes look at figure out what the mystery that in this partiallyfinished no book is maybe i can figure out what's what happened to my life while an ankle book um so took pick than turk pitkin dot com or an ability dot oregon on their you know for example his goal with three can check out feed the peace february eleven you're in austin exactly yeah and then just in you know a lot of tonnes tons of inspiring content and pleasure having you hear man my pleasure good luck i'm gonna when we are off here i'm going to show you some pictures of a camel i took eighty miles across northern kenya in it is perfectly suited to a lance armstrong to go walk the desert you would absolutely love it hm aspects relative thanks for tuning end of the forward podcasts like uh like i said at the top of the show if you have anything you want to say to you of a suggestion please do god knows i need suggestions um or questions or concerns or criticisms or whatever let me know somany male send it to the forward podcast that we do sport dot com i know slog i know it's a little confusing v forward podcast add we do w e d you support singular dot com before the podcast that we do sport that gun.

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"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lance armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"They welcome back to the forward broadcasts i'm your host lance armstrong how is everybody doing my guest this week three sukhi most you probably have no idea who that is the man as he how life i got the notion reef just living here in aspen and uh you know him and his family and and my son max place with his grandson and as i just learn more and more about his life i thought this is so interesting i'd love for him to come on and talk about the highs and lows in the peaks in the valleys in how he so many times in his life has just said all right i'm moving forward any really defines forward so uh sri thank you for coming on uh before we get to that it was a couple of things one uh these stages podcast most of you may remember that from the last tour to france is alive and well despite what some of my old friends might think so stages is coming to the colorado classic this week thursday friday saturday sunny were actually going be posted up in denver the rhinos section of denver rhino meaning river nor a threat by careers field we're gonna be posted up at the uh you know right there in the in the heart of it all at a really cool winery called the infinite monkey theorem i know look it up uh but we'll have their there will have some track their obviously there's gonna be wind there uh but we we are going to be there the whole time we will be there for four days despite the race not be in there thursday friday and then the race is uh it's actually on the race course uh saturday and sunday so come on by the anthony monkey therm comes say hey to us and uh if you're not in the debt and then the denver colorado area just tune in uh via all the known channels facebook live you too i tunes stages lives on lasting before we get to sharief uh.

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