18 Burst results for "Marion Jones"

Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

The Lead

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

"Felix is the most decorated athlete in track and field history. She's won ten national titles eighteen world championship medals including thirteen golds. That's more golds at world's than any track and field athlete ever including you sane bolt nine olympic medals six golds three silvers two world records. She's currently tied for the most olympic medals and track and field and one more in tokyo would make her the most decorated woman in olympic track and field history. That's so exciting. She's quite the athlete that i don't think people realize how would you say that. She was known to fans of the us olympic team or the american public in the earlier part of her career. Yeah i mean her. Reputation was really for coming on scene. Super yacht maybe as the successor sprint star for the united states allyson felix. He's only eighteen years old. She already has been on the cover. Sports illustrated how about that at eighteen years old. You know she. She burst onto the scene as a senior in high school In two thousand three. She broke marion. Jones is national school record In the two hundred meter she was in high school athlete of the year that year

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"marion jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:33 min | 6 months ago

"marion jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The reason why I do care whether or not you're wearing a mask that occurred to me yesterday. Plus, I'd like to dive back into, um, approval voting. It's really interesting. The more I read breaking news breaking news, Michael the Donkey Brays when news breaks Brandon, there he is. The the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the affordable Care act, the third time it has preserved. The 2010 health care law was that technicality about after the the the penalties were reduced to zero. How can the rest of it stand? They said No, no, no, no Good. It stands so obamacare enjoyed everybody. Obama care. Thank you. Hank Jr. Alabama pastor Ed Litton was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention. You might think to yourself well, if you're Baptist, you know this, but if you're not, you might think I don't care that is the largest Protestant denomination in the country, the Southern Baptist And the reason that this is important is that this guy being elected is a sign that they're going to turn away from politics and culture wars and back toward Being a gospel witness. In other words, we're about Jesus were not about getting people elected is what that signaled. Electing this guy. Um which I think has got to be good for the country just in general. And what's that guy's name again? Who got elected? His name is Ed Litton. Okay. I like to see on. Um, that's got to be good for the country that, um you know any organizations, whether you're Nike shoes or the Southern Baptists? Turning toward what you mostly do, as opposed to making it all about politics. Seems like a good thing to me. Yeah. Making hasty judgments about Hey, we could grow our business by weighing in on this issue. Don't just don't. But I hope they do. I hope this guy is tough on the the rapists and molesters that they've got in their midst. As it turns out, Baptists have a problem damn near as big as the Catholic Church and have been hiding it in exactly the same way for years. Same playbook. It's like some Catholic and Baptist. Got a priest in the minister got together and here's how you do it. If a guy gets caught raping kids, you just move them to a different church. Nobody's the wiser because the Baptist we're doing it same as the Catholics, and it's just disgusting. While I came across this story, I don't know if you know about this school in Ohio Unless you're rich. You probably don't send your kid there. It's $64,700 a year to send your kid to this school morning school. You know, High California man. You are rich. If you're sending your kid to a $65,000 school, Yikes, you know, not even college, just regular old. Reading, writing arithmetic that they got over there at that school, and they do a pretty good job. Wolf. I'm used to like the money changers on Wall Street doing that sort of thing. But I didn't know it existed in the West Coast. Anyway. They've acknowledged sexual misconduct, including alleged rapes and groping going back 40 years that they've been Covering up. So you're kind of hoping that if you spend 65 grand a year to send your kid to this school would be the sort of place where they're not going to get raped and covered up, but turns out no, not least for the last 40 years. Maybe they'll do better now. And speaking of human nature, and how it doesn't seem to ever change. I don't remember this woman's name, but I saw her on the TV this morning. She is supposed to be one of our fastest runners. She's a current record holder. That's not going to get to run in the Olympics. It looks like Because she got a dirty test, and she's crying and wailing on television about how I ate at a restaurant that has something or other in their food, and that's why I tested positive. And I thought, you know what This might be true. You might be a good person, but I've fallen for this too many times. I've fallen for too many of you people that seem I just think you know you seem like a good person. You're an amateur athlete. You're probably not lying to me. And then every every single time have not most of the time. Or all, but twice every single time. It has turned out. You were lying to me. Turns out it was not a super muscular hog that was doing steroids that got put into your burrito. Turns out you just really, really wanted to win. Saw little Ed. What's the one? That really turned the corner for me? Cute, fast Runner, metering person, Jackie Joyner. No, no, no. Oh, no, no, no, no. After after them more recent than that, we we Didrikson Zaharias That's going by. That's 100 years ago. Wrong Direct. Yeah, I can picture she won all the medals. He was the biggest star in America. And she was and we met her briefly are interviewed. Rated Marion Jones. Marion Jones. She is the one because she was just so likeable and just and just seems, you know, should tears in her eyes. And you know, I've dedicated my whole life to this And there's nothing I care more about this and I just and for years she did that and turns out she's freaking cheating the whole time. And her husband coach was helping her and everybody knew what's going on. Yeah. Lance Armstrong in all of them, So now not good. Now, I'm the other direction. I just assume you're all are lying. And you might say to me behind closed doors. A look, Jack. Everybody cheats. If you want to win, you gotta cheat. All right. That's the way the sport works, right? We have labs. We have chemists. We have doctors who manage all this stuff so we don't get busted. Somebody made a mistake or the dosage was wrong or or the test schedule got changed. We got caught. It's an accounting violation. It's not a drug violation. You think people are actually getting for human beings. You think the beast of human beings are actually getting faster every single year. It doesn't work that way. Better living through chemistry anyway, Uh, so I don't know if she's going to get to run or not. Whatever her name is. I'm not going to San Francisco Chronicle, which is based in California, were open in big headlines. Oh, my God, It's got pictures of all these different businesses. It's funny in everything and every picture, but one people are wearing masks, which has gotten funny for the whole were open. The mask thing is over. They're people weren't matching. Almost so yesterday. I'm out of business. Let me uh, Let me find this picture. They have this on their door. Um, because every business I went into I had to check. Is this a business? I can go in without a mask or not about about half of them. I can go in without a mask. About half of my camp, and most of the people in these businesses are wearing masks, and this one had a sign on the door, it said Unvaccinated. Face mask required. So I read the fine print to see if I can walk into the coffee shop without a mask by entering our building without a mask. You are self attesting to have a current full vaccination. Okay, cool. I can go in, although we are only enforcing mask wearing for those unvaccinated. We strongly encourage everyone, regardless of their vaccination status to still wear a mask to protect those still vulnerable. From what? From what? The chance of getting something meet, passing something to someone out. First of all, if you're going in there, and you didn't get vaccinated, that's on you. It ain't on me. That's your decision to go out and live your life. This way any but regardless, the chance of me passing something to someone else is practically zero. It's like one in a billion of that happening. So why are we airing to that side and it occurred to me yesterday? I do care. Non science for political reasons. We're going to keep schools closed. We're not going to allow businesses to be open the next time this happens, we can't embrace the lie..

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"marion jones" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"I mean now he's knockout TJ Dillashaw and under a minute, that was the weirdest thing I've ever seen. He's 135 your 125, you guys just switch, he's like, I'm making 125 like, for no fucking reason like wage like that made no sense. And then you knock about a minute and he gets caught with like EPO which was like, that's what like Lance Armstrong was taken. Were you shocked at all? He said it was because he had some liver problems and he didn't want to get low or no. No, he could have trust me. Did I cut more weight? Then I feel like I cut more weight than teacher did 225 pounds. I gained Do. But then look at how he hydrated, he got up to close to a hundred forty nine pounds that night of the fight. Not even know. He was fine at bantamweight, did he ever get that big right? He got up to a hundred forty nine pounds fucken ripped and everything, but but I had trained so hard for that fight. That fight I can honestly tell you out of that. I have never felt like strong like physically stronger in that fight than any other five pocket. I felt like I was taking, I felt like I was unplugging dpl's now, I really do with it. When he gets popped, you do you laugh to yourself like what a fucking idiot like. Oh no, not really did. I'm just buying a couple of things seems like at ourselves instead. He, you know, said it was like, so freaking Viagra, know you gotta say, man, the way he handled it, like like a like a man, like, like, oh you you had to. He had to, you know, there is no other way, you know, because, you know, that's, I believe that's what you thought it does. And I mean, dead, You can fucking go to view, go to prison. But like Marion Jones, if you lie to Federal authorities, honestly think that there should be a not prison, but when you're in there fighting somebody and you're taking all kinds of drugs, to give yourself an advantage, that isn't, there has to be some a real stiff penalty cuz.

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"marion jones" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

Journey to Wherever

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"marion jones" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

"Future exactly so it's always fun to kind of speculate on and i'm always super fencing about it because if we if we bring it back down to just the performance performance of anything as something a. k. What athlete. I'm not saying that they shouldn't. They should have drugs or whatever. But i'm saying what athletes get the stigma. Why don't performers. Get the stigma. Like you telling me that like before. And i'm not saying that the these at these artists that are going to come out of my mouth are doing drugs. Names name names but let's just say performing music artists about to step out onto a fifty sixty eight thousand people stadium. Yeah then nerves are rattling through the roof. You're telling me that before. They go onstage that they're not taking something they would have become a very big culture music sectors where drug use became the became pregnant became a cultural thing as part of cultural icons where they were taking a lot of drugs after show is to deal with the residing deal with stress staying awake for so long getting themselves charged operating for show getting themselves into a state where they can be creative enough. This is make something disliked so artistic that other people cannot possibly make unless they were in that state as much as i'm against recreational drug use some of the most creative minds pieces of written work creative films performances and everything was done by people who quite frankly were just haw. Yeah and like whether it's recruit drugs psychedelics. And i liked the fact that he's the way it is but it's just the way it is. Yeah it's funny. It's a contact with math. It's like the creativeness. It's like in order for them to. They are already creative as it. is you know. They're seeing songwriter. Musician a guitar. Whatever it might be an actor. Whatever they're about to step around to stage to do certain sane and they need to be this talk of personality. They need to be really why they're going to do an action scene or they're going to be a highly emotional scene you telling me they're not taking something to get them. Yeah now the the The many of them would be but they openly talk about. It doesn't mean bites. Come to a man we did that. And it's like it's become a pop cultural thing and it's acceptable. Yeah which i've gotten against whatever you wanna do gopher. I'm not really into that stuff. But if that's what you gotta do to be created so to speak for it but it's like. Why did they have the stigma. Like the negative stigma that an athlete. Like for example. Marion jones marion jones. She was the use one hundred two hundred meter sprint man with. She was on drugs or not in the two thousand leaks. She probably still would have won because she was an absolute beast. But.

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"marion jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marion jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's do differentiate between steroids and stimulants As you know now there's all these what they call a therapeutic use exemption that one hundred and some odd players have and and you know in in baseball I don't until they create an effective set of anti doping policies and procedures. I'm not sure anybody's going to really know and as talked about the other day there's more than twelve hundred players and during the off season they only test you know fifty or sixty which is less than five percent and then even if they try to contact them. They're unavailable. There's no consequence written into the these anti-doping policy for baseball. I don't think they're going to catch anybody. Because they don't have their hook and line in the water at the time when the Fisher binding. Yeah I'm GonNa ask you the same question I asked you in the television interview that we did together In that is that when you take a look at the whole landscape of sport and the bottom line of the end of your book title is weakened what we can do to save sports. Do you really believe that at some point in the future that the experts in the sports are going to get ahead of the cheaters No I don't I think that it's it requires The anti-doping officials embracing people like myself and Dwain Chambers. And if you notice you talked about this this piece with Martin Bashir that I did in December of two thousand four when I came out and I just told everything that I knew and did it for all the right reasons. And and a lot of the major league baseball and football executives Olympic officials that regulate anti-doping. We're crawling under the table. So they need to I thought I was really making progress by Meeting with the UCLA officials and then going on in meeting with Dick Pound at water. And then once I gave all this information to them and they realized how explosive this was in other words. If we'RE GONNA put it all out on the table. Then let's put what I know about collusion and corruption by Olympic governing body officials. That really shows that what the people that control the money in Sport. Meaning those that have the television rights are the ones and the money or the ones that really control whether or not somebody like myself is going to be able to to advise them and they're going to listen to what I have to say and then I think I think it would be in my opinion as it would do great things for the athletes state of mind knowing that somebody like Victor Conte was advising the doping officials for them to put down the drugs and say okay. There will be a more level playing field as we know. This guy knows what he's doing so therefore I think that I have a greater chance of of pursuing my dream and being a competitive without the use of drugs. How should the fans look upon athletes and the competition today? I mean knowing what we've gone through where we'll probably continue to go through the things. How should they look upon sports competition? Well that's part of the reason that I stepped up because I believe that it's there's the fan is the one that is I'm really concerned about. Is the athletes as well so they make the right decision. But you know this is entertainment. This is why they go to the stadiums. They WanNa Watch and see competition that they're not gonNA find out A year later like we just recently. Today it was announced. There were six positive tests for Sarah. A HIGH-TECH FORM similar to a substance similar to to EPA show and the guy's already got the gold medal on. They've had the parades in his country. And it's all that we find this stuff out in the case of Marion Jones. For example you know she wins all these medals in two thousand and then comes clean at the beginning of two thousand and eight. I WanNa thank you very much for coming in and telling this side of the story because it's one that needs to be heard and you've been very honest and direct about it and I hope people will check out this book. It's called Belco the straight dope on Barry Bonds. Marion and what we can do to save sports. Victor I WanNa thank you very much for that candidates Ron. Thank you very much for having me. Victor copy with us very enlightening conversation on and I hope that it really does give you fans out there better insight..

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"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He is the founder and president of the Bay Area Laboratory cooperative better known as Valco and he developed the banned steroid. T H G with the help of bodybuilding chemist. Patrick Arnold now pursuant to a plea bargain struck with prosecutors. He entered guilty pleas in July of two thousand five to one count of conspiracy to distribute steroids and a second count of laundering portion of a check. He was sentenced to spend four months in prison. And another four on house arrest in an interview with Martin Bashir of ABC's twenty twenty. He admitted to running dough programs which have broken Olympic records as well as revealing that and the quote is the whole history of the Games is just full of corruption. Cover up performance enhancing drug use in an interview implicated among others five time. Olympic. Gold Medalist Marion Jones. And her partner. Tim Montgomery Kelly White who later then admitted to using performance enhancing drugs British athlete. Dwain Chambers and NFL player Bill Romanowski. He has written a book called Balch. Oh the straight dope on Barry Bonds. Mary and what we can do to save sports with the CO author. Nason Gendron Victor. What are you trying to do with the book? What would you like to accomplish with this book? Well I offered a prescription for helping to create a more level playing field for the young athletes of the future. That's the basic idea is to present not just to the anti-doping authorities but To The fans as well the adulterated truth regarding the specifics of of how we did what we did. And you know it's a cat and mouse game between the Anti-doping authorities and and the athletes that choose to use drugs and so I decided that I would lay it all out there in great detail regarding the drugs that are being used. The dosages the brands the methods of delivery various techniques that I called duck and dodge. How they they They're allowed to miss tests in any given eighteen month period but how they use this to use anabolic steroids and other drugs in the preparation for major championships. An Olympic sport like world championships and Olympic Games. I would assume that you're a realist now. Having said that what makes you believe that even with this book even telling the authorities what is happening in what can be done actually is going to change anything you know. I have to tell you that. I've been very disappointed with my Excuse me with my attempts at communicating with the United States Anti Doping Agency as well as the World Anti Doping Agency Assad and water I met with Dick Pound in December of two thousand seven before he stepped down as the chairman and I provided him with a lot of specific information and at a later point when I tried to follow up to find out what had been done with that information. I discovered that they just handed it over to what they call the appropriate anti-doping federation in various countries. The problem with that is a lot of the information had to do for example. The countries in the Caribbean and I found out because they didn't have An independent anti-doping Federation that basically. Nothing happened with this information and I was informed that Water basically make rules and has the World Anti Doping Code and they re recruit other federations but They don't do testing and they don't do any type of investigations so all they do is make up rules and pass on information that comes to them. But they're really not much in terms of tracking down leads from people that they would receive like myself or Wayne Chambers for example. I'm going to assume again another realist question. And that is the fact that you would not have gotten into this if you thought you would have gotten caught. That's absolutely true. Even though I didn't know there were risks involved. Okay now having said that knowing how much was going on before you did get caught. What makes you think they can ever catch up and get ahead of this? Well I believe that I have a lot of very good ideas. And and the fact that from two thousand through two thousand and three so basically a four year period I was tap dancing on the forehead of these anti-doping officials Many athletes were using as many as seven or eight or nine different performance enhancing drugs and of course. Nobody was testing positive. And the reason basically as a lot of people know that Finally somebody sent in a sample of referenced To use out of that got passed onto Don Catlin at the Olympic testing laboratory down at UCLA. And if that hadn't happened I don't know that even today there would still not be the use of these undetectable steroids but it was trevor ground. The coach for Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery who for lots of reasons at one point I kick them to the curb so to speak And started working with another group of athletes and It was kind of a East Coast. West Coast Gang War. That went on and they dropped dime on me so to speak and and turned in the material but it was very very hypocritical because Trevor Graham. His many in his camp were also using performance enhancing drugs and had been for many years. Even at that time he'd had at least ten athletes that had tested positive. Let me put this into perspective for justice. Second I mean you know as well as I do the VALCO and you have been the kind of the focal point. Ground Zero for what they say is performance enhancing drugs. But would you already alluded to there? Were athletes already. That were cheating. How much of this going outside going on outside from people beyond balcony? What was it what was happening before? Belco well this has been going on as far as I understand since the nineteen fifties and sixties at at the Olympic level of support. I read a book called drugs or politics that was by Robert. Voy who was the chief medical officer for the United States Olympic Committee up until Nineteen Ninety and thereafter Someone that I've met and chatted with on occasion was Dr Wade. Xm From Nine Hundred Ninety. Three two thousand and in Dhaka Voice Book. He says that were all sorts of positive drug tests. That were covered up. There was corruption and collusion between the testers and the athletes. They were being notified. They were being advised in terms of of the placement of the codes on. A and B samples. And and how to to get these cases tossed out on technicalities Wait extra said that between the decade between ninety and two thousand that There were one hundred positive drug tests fifty of those were covered up by Olympic governing body officials and out of those fifty nineteen were for athletes. That went on to win Olympic gold medals. So there's there's been an entire culture that's been going on for decades before Victor Conte Ever came along. Do you see a correlation and I'm smiling when I think and I hear about what you're saying between what was going on in athletics and also what has been going on in society with the banking meltdown. And what's happened on Wall Street? I mean I I see a direct correlation. I don't see any difference between the two to be honest. You're right you have to look at themselves. They there's you know breast augmentation and people getting those jobs and boob jobs and liposuction and You know a lot of things in terms of getting a better mate or a better job or making more money other. They're cutting corners and even in terms of the pharmacology The number one selling drug in the world is Viagra which is performance enhancement between the sheets in the business world a lot of conservatives are taking PROZAC. They call them the mental steroids. So I am saying in short that that people need to put this in the context of the fact that we're now living in a in a pharmacologically enhanced society. I know a lot of people are going to be listening to this. And they're going to be hearing an anachronism and what I mean by that. Is they're going to say well. Victory Conti must have been this very sophisticated chemist. When your background is anything but that you were involved with music you were involved with our power back in the seventies in the eighties. How does a guy go from music to where you ended up without? Go well when I was in high school and college. I was a track athlete so I always had an interest in performance enhancement and did compete myself through two years of college. Then I made that decision to move to Los Angeles and and become a professional musician. And from nineteen seventy until nineteen eighty-three. I play music On a total of eighteen different albums and CDs as they are called in the seventies there they were. They were albums but I had a couple of kids along the way and I just realized that it's hard at the end. I was playing with jazz pianist. Herbie Hancock and I remember telling my kids goodbye and and leaving for national tour and I was gone for five months and he'd call back and it's very difficult to try to raise kids and be in a different city every day and and travel around the country in the world so I decided to try to find another way to support my family and guy that had went to USC with my cousin have started a laboratory. It was actually on a facility down in Santa Barbara. A doctor Syon originally founded and owned the devising eyedrops corporation. You've got this facility and and put a I it P and a couple of Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometer there. There's many applications what he was doing. It was analyzing where oil they would. Drain the oil from jet engines and then based on the concentration of metals they would know under replace the parts of the didn't have inflight failure but he also knew that there were a few of these less than half a dozen in the United States that were being used in a medical application to analyze a blood and urine samples. So I put together a limited partnership and acquired the exclusive rights to this particular laboratories technology and he started sending abstracts out from about mineral testing and supplementation with athletes most of it from the eastern bloc and it just seemed that I had a knack soon as bacchus started within six months time. I was working with Alberto Salazar. Who At that? Time was a world record in the marathon and had won the New York City Marathon three times and and then shortly thereafter with Matt Biondi who won multiple gold medals at the Olympics and in Korea nineteen eighty-eight. I just started from there and went led to another and pretty soon. I was working with hundreds of elite athletes very interesting insights from Victor Coty the founder and president of Belco The bay area laboratory cooperative. We're talking about performance. Enhancing drugs will also talk more about his book as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on America's sports talk shows sports byline. It has been said that everyone has a book in them. But do you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you'll want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We.

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"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"marion jones" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Worldwide sports byline USA. And here's host Ron Bucks. And wherever you might be across the country and around the world. I'm Ron Bar. We've got you on America's sports talk shows sports byline good to have you with us. We got a very special hour coming up and I'll tell you about it in just a second. Our guest is in the studio. It's a serious subject but you know when we started sports byline back in October of nineteen eighty eight. It was the first sports talk radio network in the country. We started with twelve stations. And since then of course we've grown to almost two hundred. Us radio stations. Five hundred worldwide on the American forces network stations were also heard on the in flight audio systems of several airlines. You can catch us on. Hp computers were up on up. Snap if you have mobile devices you can download courses podcast not only sports byline but any of the great programs that we have on the sports byline network and we have some good ones and when I started this network the thing I wanted to do is make this something. That's relevant to the fans out there. Not only talking about what was happening on a particular day in sports but some of the issues that are so important when it comes to sports things like the morality of Athlete's salaries also things that the leagues are doing the future of sports. Because I hear on this program when I've opened up the lines. I hear fans utter their frustrations about a myriad of things and so since day number one we have tried to make sports byline reflective of really. What you fans want to talk about not only talking to some of the great athletes but also talking about the issues that you're concerned about and this hour. Victor Conte is in the studio. He is the founder and President Obama. Now you know the name. Because that was the company that came to the forefront over the performance enhancing drug use by athletes. He developed the banned steroid T H G with the help of bodybuilding chemist. Patrick Arnold and of course Barry Bonds was involved in all of this Marion Jones. Tim Montgomery Kelly White also Dwain Chambers and Bill Romanowski all of them reportedly and also when they went to court in the particular case of Marion Jones. They got themselves in trouble because they denied using these type of substances. So we're GONNA TALK TO VICTOR. Conte not about his involvement in this but how widespread it is and what can be done about it because he now has become proactive in trying to find some answers and solutions to athletes cheating using performance enhancing drugs. So Victor Conte is our guest this hour as we continue on sports byline Isaac. He missed the winning dunk and cost your team the championship. What are your thoughts.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Your dune dune I don't do that seven twenty two we're going to do do it our way a few passing the note yes this is a little bit longer one but it's one of our favorite players Morocco's just gonna tell us who it is this time here we go sing a note passes me notes in class all the time thanks for calling us this is passing on Jason and Alexis high school notes the producer don found read aloud by the my top players sweet we held hands and pass notes and you want to read that letter in front of my class back everybody portrayed by castor and Star Tribune columnist mad mad he was pretty cranky because he was hoping dawn wanted to elevate him out of the friends but it didn't go so well Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I major life so bad next time I will listen to Josh and Jason I wouldn't have even known well you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that daring any sort of laid his cards on the table start out I really like or I still white but I don't know if I do anymore this note seems to be a prequel yeah I don't think so no not because in this out he hasn't quite made his proposal to don but in a few paragraphs feel indebted so let's start that you're growing city as Matt dear don let me just hit pause for a second here this note begins with a prophetic phrase that Matt couldn't possibly have known back then but he says five words that thirty years later don likely lives by every day Matt man don't get mad adjacent all right too long in that segment about epcot center the jays Jason took a week off with a swollen lip man don't get mad at J. it's like a mantra right Jason didn't bring Donna souvenir from epcot center chase and interrupt don's ghost haunting story with The Dallas anecdote.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Your your dune dune I don't do that seven twenty two we're going to do do it our way to sing the notes yes this is a little bit longer one but it's one of our favorite players Morocco's just gonna tell us who it is this time here we go in the note passes me notes in class all the time is passing notes on Jayson and Alexis high school notes that producer don found read aloud by the my top players we held hands and pass notes and you want to read that letter in front of my class back everybody portrayed by broadcaster and Star Tribune columnist mad mad he was pretty cranky because he was hoping dawn wanted to elevate him out of the friends but it didn't go so well uses Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I made your life so next time I will listen to Josh and Jason I wouldn't have even wrote you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that day any sort of laid his cards on the table I really like or I still white but I don't know if I do anymore this note seems to be a prequel I don't think so no not because in this out he hasn't quite made his proposal to don but in a few paragraphs feel indebted so let's start that you're growing C. as Matt dear don hello let me just hit pause for a second here this note begins with a prophetic phrase that Matt couldn't possibly have known back then but he says five words that thirty years later don likely lives by every day Matt man don't get mad at Jason all right too long in that segment about epcot center Jason Jason took a week off with a swollen lip man don't get mad at J. it's like a mantra right Jason didn't bring Donna souvenir from epcot center Jason interrupt don's ghost haunting story with The Dallas anecdote man.

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"marion jones" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on Z104

"With the ingredients assembly member Linda Rosenthal a Democrat from Manhattan and author of the bell says she hopes other states follow suit with this type of disclosure law Cuomo says the mandate will empower women to make their own decisions about what goes into war on their bodies Sherri Holdridge talks about her grandmother's experiences during World War two polio and the store she opened say USA this story was created during workshops for veterans military service members and their families over the summer the women will help retain the needed manpower for the production battle for the women will help fight our country's war Marion Jones Jane doe the idle housewife the girl next door well yes if you all want to miss and Mrs America I think all people especially women had to be super strong at that point in time because they were having to hold it together and even hold down the fort from a country standpoint because they're the ones who were making the supplies and kind of keeping our economics going in America this is sherry Holdridge describing the strength and fearlessness the Kerry many women through the home front trials during World War two including her grandmother Jane singleton known as nana to her grandchildren was born in nineteen twenty one in San Antonio she was the second born of six brothers and sisters like many Americans at that time they were poor she signs that they lived in a cave in on the beach on occasion because jobs were scarce she and her family had to be hard workers because if you didn't work hard you did it survive her grandmother.

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"marion jones" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The little bootleg action Merrin Jones does a nice job all in that in. Marion Jones Eddy YouTube Jamal Williams at B. Y. U. two outstanding. backs for metal Florida's first time first go around as a head coach in the National Football League. he was the only offseason higher to win in week one last week. first down a goal from the two. Jones off the left hip of Aaron Rodgers it's a gift to Jones and he's into the end zone for the touchdown third touchdown of the day for the Packers Aaron Jones on a two yard run his first touchdown rush of this season Green Bay with a twenty to nothing lead over the Viking event that look to use real inside handoff Billy Turner. Cory Lindsey misli those offense of linemen moving people up front and yeah that was that was one of the easier touchdowns for forever and Jones Marion Jones getting a Lambeau leap in and sold to our rights I was walking up front. surprise me will come on first third extra point attempts made the first to the third one is right down the middle and fluid so that was quick four plays thirty three yards all the turn over the Minnesota turnover and it is twenty one to nothing we know Jack the Packers offense has been impressive the Vikings defense very highly rated look very good last week against Atlanta they have struggled so far here three times on the field that they have struggled out you know I was curious how the the injuries in the secondary we're going to impact them know they have a again the safety J. Ron curses trying to destroy the hang with the the five day Adams in Green Bay is taking advantage of that match up a couple times already this first quarter with a little flavor of what it's like down there the felis check in with the address yeah yeah really a tale of two side ones at this point the Vikings look totally shell shocked after the missed field goal Kirk cousins went over and talked to the office of line but after the fumble everybody was just kind of sitting there looking at the pictures meanwhile Packers online there are doing dances with each other the running backs after the first quarter ended so you can tell the difference in the store then the attacker seven being the bike is gonna go back to week sixteen of the twenty sixteen season as Amir Abdul watch this kick off left to right go out the back of the end zone for a touchback just forty four seconds into the second quarter and the Packers with a twenty one to nothing lead well last week. assumes only through the ball ten times that was because the running game was set in the blistered Atlanta he's got the throat an awful lot down twenty one points already down three scores here well the bottom line is they jump on Atlanta last week and had a had an easy day today they find themselves down twenty one nothing and they got to get something going here just to get back in the ballgame never told you a feeling and dig is a good so good against Green Bay the pastor both out of the right side now the cook motions out of the backfield to the left a snap to cousins from the twenty five rolls right side hand not was it a capital focal no the gonna say incomplete nice job by CJ ma'am are CJ had made the catch and enjoy your Alexander knocked it out of his hands in complete good.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jason and Alexis today's note is from a few days after that last one did get a response from don about his offer to go steady so let's see how that went Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I major life itself next time I will listen to Josh and chase I wouldn't have even wrote you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that day hi staff bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one seven one Hey everybody it's so Laurie here for first equity mortgage and the team at first equity they are helping people out every single day by a making a fight a smart financial decision with our own in their home so their trip if you're trying to see if you can you know lower your rate a little bit could you lower them on the years to come from a thirty year to a fifteen year pay about the same thing but had I fifteen years I worked in a steel and first equity they'll be able to figure it out for you they have a variety of mortgage options they don't work with just one company enough for you one type of deal they work with a variety of lenders and if you've got some credit card debt for goodness sakes paid that off if you've got some equity in your home and a roll it.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On my talk one of seven one everything entertainment that we call Jason and Alexis in the morning on Jay's relax and the lady McLean don McLean and speaking of lady McLean we are smack dab in the middle of an epic passing notes with the one and only broadcasting legend Royce see playing one of dawn's many love interests and well I never had anything going on with this guy that the others on the use what new who okay let's ask about player very tall let's hear the right let's hear it again for soccer today's note is from a few days after that last one did get a response from don about his offer to go steady let's see how that went Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I made your life so next time I will listen to Josh and chase I wouldn't have even known well you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that daring the staff there were more than one a lot of Chriss in my life Jason's and Scott's I'm glad I'm all up in there yeah the a okay you're ready everybody.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Am serious and don't call me Shirley entertainment previously on Jason and Alexis today's note is from a few days after that last one did get a response from don about his offer to go steady so let's see Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I made your life next time I will listen to Josh and Jason I wouldn't have even you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that daring the staff bringing you everything entertainment decent and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one seven one Laurie injury or for the family Latina trust their lives Lauren I both know what it's like to go through a divorce and I'm so glad that when I went through that sand scary time I did it with and trust on my side as you've always heard on our ads for trusting law and always says that her approach is to put the kids first and believe me she really does and that's such a big help but don't just take it for me listen to this testimonial that and recently received from a satisfied client I'd like to send a thank you to you and your team for doing such an excellent job you and your staff are prompt professional courteous and the best in the business as far as I'm concerned you always put my daughter first and reeled me in one that got away am puts the kids first she's up the call thorough and respect your time and.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Have to we never have an opportunity to meet her that's right alright listen we come back we'll get the rest of the search hang out with us while you're running errands this is the best of the week Saturday nothing but the best seven one previously on Jason and Alexis today's note is from a few days after that last one did get a response from don about his offer to go steady so let's see how that went Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I made your life next time I will listen to Josh and Jason I wouldn't have even wrote you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that day hi staff bringing you everything entertainment decent and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one seven one Laurie injury here for learning Iraq's were here today with senator rector Lindsey power Lizzy you work both as a teacher and for tutoring center before coming to learning Iraq's what would you say is different about learning Iraq's versus tutoring the biggest difference is that we don't just look at academic skill gaps we first a look out what is causing the learning challenge so we look at the root cause or the underlying reason that school are learning is hard after we work on improving those underlying cognitive skills then we can start to tie those into the academic skill areas that a student is struggling with Lindsay is that when you went to learning or acts to work I did I actually was the center director for your tutoring center prior to coming to learning acts in when I first got to see it graduates of our program and the outcomes and successes they had I was completely invested into.

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"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Instagram what was I thinking right about something to do with dust does okay you just walk up to somebody hi have you ever pose nude and that maybe you've got your you know palette near smock conduct with me without you must be an artist because I find myself drawn to your queue if I told your like your body of work would you hold it against me all these are the god these are very good dad an art thief because you are a master piece a good rate telling I like that one that may be the best one girl you're so fine you could make an impression on Monday I like the in dusty antiques one all right please include Laurie gill yeah sure she always is like people need to taper I'm like oh god it looks like I'm sure in absolute perverted idiot okay great when we come back it is time for all you want to feel old here ten pop culture moments that are ten years old everybody this is gonna be good previously on Jason and Alexis today's note is from a few days after that last one did get a response from don about his offer to go steady so let's see how that went Jesus Marion Jones I'm so sorry that I made your life so next time I will listen to Josh and chase I wouldn't have even wrote you that note if you would have told me you were going to go out with that daring hi staff bringing you everything.

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"marion jones" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"marion jones" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Is incarcerated felon, but he dealt in this he made a living off this. He created Olympic and world champions off of this. He took Shane Mosely to the highest of levels. He took berry boss to the highest of levels. He took Marion Jones to the highest of levels not bragging about any of that for him. I am just saying yet. He's an expert. He's done it. He lived at. He just sit there and read about it. He didn't go in and learn about this book somewhere and come out and regurgitated he sought he helped to write those books. He is the leading expert at least on name notoriety. If he says that you can count on it. But you'll also see the problem where when they want to hang their hat around being an unquestionable in penetrable unit of science it's junk, and by the way, guys being a scientist just for the right for you guys. Push back whenever gone, my anti-science ranson, you'd think I think I sound like a loon over here. It's not like becoming a doctor. It's not like becoming a lawyer. It's not even like getting a teaching certificate and becoming a teacher. Just by example, it it's purely self proclaimed. There is no degree. You have to obtain to be able to functionally. Call yourself a scientist. There is no dissertation. You have to do lecture fellowship. Nothing that you have to do to become a scientist. You don't have to go to a four star four year accredited university and major science. I would imagine. If you did you could call yourself a scientist. I would imagine you could. But you could also not do that. And claim to be a scientist. You could write a book you could get published and put on the cover of the book. Scientists it's junk science at the highest of levels because we understand I hope you guys understand the point do I need to conclude. This point the point for you is quite relevant, which is if you're in an industry that is based on junk science and Juno that and to the point that gusts and just made which was completely accurate and fair, which is the rules of yet. Yesterday and science are not the rules of today. And we know that they will evolve a not be the rules of tomorrow. If you understand this hot seat of industry in business and a pool that you're in. Then you must always adhere to the default mechanism, which is like it or not to be in this pool in his pass or fail. You are dirty or you are clean and less. You are clean. You are dirty, and we may not even call you a bad person. And we may not even call you bad intent, but we will exclude you from this pool that is the over arching an overwhelming consensus that they have come to that they built a reputation on. And that's the way they've explained it perhaps that needs to be revisited perhaps that is being revisited right now, I don't have an opinion for you. I just want you guys to have the information. I am seeing John falsely dispe. Perished for having retaken beds substance. That's not true. The conclusion in the analysis is accurate that this is residue. That is leftover Mike inclusion that analysis that he was under punished and had he been given the appropriate sense. And I'm not Charing against him. By the way. I'm just a guy looking at the rules that understands it on your second violation. You have a minimum of two years hat had they gone through with that we want to be in the spot, and it is a matter of how far people willing to dig. I maybe they're not maybe they're willing to let it go away. But all the way down to John Jones being a rat. And taking a clause to help out turned out. Not to be true. He took the deal. He had no information. He's never going to obtain information. He was never meant to do that. That was absolutely meant to catch a loophole within the rules and get it applied form your own opinion on them allowing that to happen..

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