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2020 New York marathon canceled over pandemic
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"new york marathon" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Uneasiness about her. We had overtaken his own personal satisfaction about winning the race. He wasn't just concerned. That Jacqueline Guerrero had been cheated out of a medal. Like we'll clooney. He was worried about the effect. A scandal like this might have on the sport a whole before going onto the set. Rogers pulled Ruis aside and privately delivered a stern warning. He told her that if anything had gone wrong during the marathon she needed to admit it as soon as possible ruis hesitated. Tears appeared at the corners of her eyes for a split second. Rogers believed that we was going to confess instead. Released shook her head and crying. Repeatedly stated that she'd won legitimately Rogers decided to let it go for the moment and the two went ahead with the TV appearance by the time of their TV interview. The whispers about release at grown ladder and suspicion escalated the TV host citing an article written by a running expert in the New York. Post asked both Ruis Ann Rogers about the reported belief that her improvement from the New York. Marathon to Boston was physically impossible. Rogers answered diplomatically. Saying that while improvement is possible. He couldn't conceive of a twenty minute improvement. He then said that Ruis would need to resolve. These questions. Ruis herself remained quiet outside the TV studio. The controversy only mounted that morning race director will cloney announced that he had opened an investigation into the allegations against Roe zero. We's it wouldn't be an easy or straightforward task to determine whether Rosie Ruiz cheated the Boston. Marathon didn't record the times of every individual runner as they reached one of the races. Numerous checkpoints instead. The marathon only recorded the numbers of the first one hundred runners at each checkpoint since the first one hundred runners were all male. None of the women's times were recorded at any checkpoint. Instead of relying on checkpoint evidence Clooney would need to closely review recordings of the TV broadcast an eye witness testimony a team of experts including Katherine Switzer reviewed three sets video from the race and couldn't identify Rosie Ruiz on any of them nor could they find her. We is on one of the informal lists of the top five women runners at any point in the race as the scrutiny intensified Rosie. Ruiz returned home to New York City but she couldn't escape the controversy. The press was beginning to hound. Her now explicitly questioning the validity of her victory. The questions only got louder as the story grew into a nationwide scandal. The concerns led the New York marathon to open their own investigation into releases. Twenty third place finish reporters dug into Rosie Ruiz. His life story traveling to Miami and Nebraska searching for clues. They didn't find much. Though classmates. At Wayne State College did remember that. Ruiz was an avid jogger. Her we sought refuge in her apartment from the constant media. Attention but dog had reporters still followed some even resorted sneaking past the building security guards to go directly to release his door eventually released into roommates abandoned the apartment and move somewhere secret their release hunker down and try to ride out the storm with the constant media attention and the looming threat of disqualification release felt as though she were living in a nightmare throughout every interaction with a roommate's friends or reporters who manage to track down. Ruiz never wavered. She stuck to her story. She had run the entire race. Meanwhile investigations continued in both Boston in New York to determine if she was lying in Boston officials and reporters interviewed the runners finished next to none of them saw her during the race in New York officials reviewed videotape of every runner. That crossed the finish line and couldn't find Ruis. None of the mounting circumstantial evidence was enough. However for Boston. Marathon director will clooney to disqualify. Rosie ries with so much attention on the marathon and the investigation. He felt as though he needed proof beyond the shadow of a doubt he needed something. More concrete like clear eyewitness testimony. John Faulkner Harvard Senior was jogging by the marathon with his hand on April twenty. First as they went past the crowd at Kenmore Square they witnessed a woman in a yellow shirt running. Strangely through the crowd she entered the race in its final mile. Faulkner didn't think much of it at the time assuming that someone would stop her or realized she jumped into the race. The next morning faulkner opened his copy of the Boston Globe and saw photograph of Rosie Ruiz on the front page announcing her as the winner of the marathon. It was the same woman he saw jump into the race. Faulkner initially didn't want to involve himself but after cajoling from his roommates he finally agreed to call the Boston Globe. And tell a reporter what he'd seen. Meanwhile in New York another eyewitness reached out. Susan Moro the woman who had befriended released during the New York. Marathon was watching the news when report about the Boston. Marathon came on. Moro immediately recognized the marathon winner as the same woman. She'd met on the subway as the news. Report continued covering the controversy. Around Louise's finish Moro began to feel nervous. She didn't know what to do. After some deliberation moral decided to contact the New York Times the next day on Wednesday April twenty third. The Boston Globe published John faulkners eyewitness account early that morning reporters. A news vans arrived at Harvard eager to interview him that night. The New York Marathon director told reporters that he didn't believe Ruis could even run one mile at the pace. She claimed to have run an entire marathon with evidence against her mounting Rosie. Ruiz called a press conference the next day. Her only ally. Steve Merrick stood beside her and warned reporters ahead of time that he'd end the press conference if it turned into a carnival. Susan Morrow attended the press conference at the invitation of New York Times reporter. The reporter asked Mario if Ruis was the woman she'd seen riding the subway during the New York. Marathon more said without question. It was the same woman as cameras snapped. Rosie Ruis stood in front of a skeptical crowd of reporters. Despite Merrick's warning the reporters were noisy and hostile given the published accounts of John Faulkner. Many of the reporters expected release to confess admit that she cheated and end the entire controversy instead with a slight smirk on her face. Rosie Ruis once again. Insisted that she'd run the race moreover. She blamed the media for the controversy claiming their coverage was unfair and that any unknown runner. Who won the marathon would be subjected to the same scrutiny and skepticism that she was although Ruis continued to vociferously deny the allegations of cheating. The tide was already turning against her and it wouldn't be long before her entire house of cards came tumbling down. Thanks again for listening to sports criminals. We'll be back next week with part two. Rosie ruas story. We'll see how her story eventually crumbled and how her life was affected after the truth was revealed. You can find all episodes of sports criminals and all other park has originals for free on spotify. Not only spotify already. 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New York Marathon Cancelled; Auto Show Postponed Due To Coronavirus
"Two new major New York City events are being affected by coronavirus the international Auto Show being delayed and the New York City half marathon scheduled for Sunday has been canceled the auto show going to be moved from April to
Jesse Itzler Lives Outside the Box
"So here you are here here. You know. We are in Austin Texas. And I'm thrilled beyond thrilled. Well I appreciate you having me. We pull this off in forty eight hours exactly right. I know I mean literally lands connected us like a day and a half ago. And you're like are you in. Austin I'm like yeah and then a day later you're like hey you WANNA do it. I'm in Austin. They say time pills deals right so here we are we. We saw the opportunity to do so this morning as I was Was pulling in here. You're out for a run right. Obviously I recognize you with the great curly hair and the headband. Why do you love headbands so much? Just probably now party you. Yeah just since since I've been probably eighteen years old. I've always worn shorts a ski hat or headband. I only wear shorts until I was thirty. Five years old even to work and then they force mad. A private jet company called Marquee jet and was harder to sell people time on a private jet when I would show up at meetings in shorts so I had to start wearing jeans but Yeah it's always. I'm just comfortable in it so it's not no other reason beyond that it's comfortable for me so running is something that you love. You absolutely adored. You've been running for how many years now I've been running religiously probably for twenty nine years twenty years since I'm twenty one. Okay and you do it every every morning every morning. You don't miss a day. I maybe I missed every year on this forty five days any much. Yeah and what's what's behind that long. It's just a lifestyle thing it's not I don't look at it as a chore. I don't look it is. It's part of my lifestyle and You know it makes me feel good. I think there's a certain level of discipline the comes. I mean obviously but I think that translates that disciplined translates into all areas of my life and It's just become like I said it's just something that I don't think about. It's just it's just baked into my routine. No matter where I am no matter how cold how hot that I do. They ask Richard Branson what is key to success was recently an interview and he said. You know going to the gym and I don't think he meant it makes him stronger. It's just I think it's the consistency and the discipline associated with it so for me. It's not even the run. I mean it's just I'm prioritizing myself. First of all and Putting health I which is super important to me and then it just sets a tone the rest of the day one of the things. You also talk about. I think it's both your books is kind of finding that edge and one of things I find because I like you. Every morning I get up and I swim. We've been doing it for as long as I can remember but I also find that it gives me a little bit of an edge and When have that swimming or my belt? You have your run under your belt. It's like it seems like everything goes smoother during the day. Yeah I mean it's just people always ask me you know if they're if you feel overwhelmed your stock or you're in a creative rut. How do you get out of it? And the answer is small wins you get momentum and when you start your day and I always try to run early first thing. I mean I have four kids I get off the school and then I get after it but With if you start your day with a win everything else in a sense is gravy and even if you have a crazy terrible day at least when your head hits the pillow you can say okay. I got this this victory that no one can take away from you and you control the other thing Have you had breakfast yet today? No you haven't okay. Well why do you? Why do you say it like that I'm not I don't believe in the whole breakfast is the most important and should be your biggest meal philosophy. I go the other way. So I I only fruit until noon. That's something I've been doing since. Twenty one years old and that is unwavering and So I don't look at. I don't even think of the word breakfast isn't even a word in my vocabulary. Where where did you learn about like only fruit before noon? I read a book called. I was running my first marathon so I was looking for any kind of edge because I had never. I really went from couch to marathon overnight and in the course of a month or two and I wasn't a runner at all and I signed up for the New York marathon and I was reading and trying to find anything that would give me an advantage to complete this successfully. Because I wasn't a runner and I came upon a book called fit for life by guy named Harvey diamond that he wrote in the late eighties And picked it up and I read it and in the book it challenge the reader to only eat fruit until noon for ten days. And then go back to your regular breakfast on day eleven so I like I can make ten the investment so I did that and on day eleven I went back to the Bagel bread beacon. Cereal whatever I was eating I felt the sculpting and I just never went back since then and you know I have a laugh. Consider myself on a one to have a high energy guy. I don't think I've ever missed a day of work. Maybe in the last couple of days but not you know and I attribute that to my diet and a big part of that is only eating fruit. We could talk about the science behind it. A why Harvey does it but for me it was more of a trial and error thing more than anything else and for me. It worked great so in in reading. Both your books are you. How would you consider yourself if you were to label yourself a vegetarian? Vegan plant based plant strong. Do you have a term for like how you eat? I don't have a term for it. I don't I guess lifestyle I don't really think about it but if I were if I were to put numbers around it I would probably say I'm almost a fruitarian. I only fruit until twelve. Sometimes five sometimes but I'm probably eighty five percent raw. I eighty five percent raw. I do have some fish in my my diet like an ESA social thing when I go out with my wife. We have a date night once a week we Sushi. I'll just to be social but so I'm not I don't really keep track of it but I am. I pretty clean right mostly fruits and vegetables so it sounds like you're mostly mostly plant-based at least eighty five to ninety percent is yeah and I saw on your instagram. That you've worn some plant plant based shirts and yeah yeah I think even even Vegan right. You're not afraid to do that now. I have no dairy. I mean very little refined sugars. I very few grains. Yeah Yeah and is it fair to say that for the most part you don't care what people think One hundred percent. I wouldn't say for the most part now. I know yeah. Yeah and that's and that's just not about what you eat. Basically what you do with your life and how you act and stuff like that. It's just again. It's just the way it's just no one's GonNa sway me from my beliefs or from what I what works for me. And I'm consistent with it if I'm when I ran my hundred mile run A month or two ago it was the same thing I woke up and I had a big bowl of fruit is no matter. What the circumstance. It's the same thing
"new york marathon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"It. Just started our training. So that's right in my training consists of here's what I do at every do a lot of these endurance races. But if I were ever run, the new marathon, I would have the same move, which is a sprint out in front of the pack. Just for a moment. Even at the beginning. The shoulder one day. There was a moment where your dad was. We'll be talking for that will capture that moment is undeniable you were leading the New York marathon. Yeah. And what I don't know what strategically is wrong with this plan by because I'm like, well, I could probably make it a quarter mile winning the marathon or practice. Bead have to work really hard to get in the first corral. Right. I think that would be nice. I'm very slippery person get myself place. I wanna be sure sure sure. Trust me getting to a place where I'm not technically supposed to be is not the issue. Concern going full sprint and then seizing up. And then me and trampled by the entire the New York marathon. I will say this. My most of my training just involves short bursts sprint from the from the starting line. Just so I can say for a moment. I was a winning the World Vision. Global six gay for clean water because really for me. Yes. It's a great cost. But I'm a winner. And even if I'm only winning a second. I that's better than having been at all. I think you have a wrong mental image of what the revision global six K for water is going to be like you can run in your neighborhood, you and some friends I understand register raise money, and it is running your neighborhood. That's like a family race. All y'all live there together. But true, but I'm running in Florida with the staff, and now that people know that we're hosting one. I mean, I'm expecting nothing less than busloads of listeners. Away. We definitely have seen on Twitter that there are some people that will be traveling to Florida to run with us. So you can you can humiliate them in person. Jesse? Even if even if the humiliation is like thirty yards. Talker for there to be ready for the moment when Jesse is leading. We have a great show coming up for you today. Coming up later, we talked to Shane Claiborne, his new book out called beating guns. And it's about the gun violence issue in America. We talked to them in the new issue of relevant, and we're bringing some of that audio experience here to you on the show today this fund I like this new format where we can integrated into the show. So that's coming up later, a beating guns tell tell what he's doing Jesse. It's crazy. Yeah. So the book is about the gun violence issue. But it also is about a project that he's embarked with with his co author of the book named Michael Martin and Michael Martin is a professional blacksmith. And he's also starting organization called rawal tools, and raw is also wore spelled backwards and whether doing is you can send Michael your if you had a firearm or gun, you can send it to him and he will use his blacksmiths skills to turn it into a gardening tool. And what they're trying to do is go to city from city. They're collecting people's gun turning them into garden tools, and they're really trying to put like a literal interpretation of the prophecy and Isaiah about when the kingdom of God comes people will turn their swords into Plowshares. And so they're trying to put that prophecy and practice and also take some guns all to St. I think we should try to do other biblical prophecies very literally as well. I'm very inspired by this. It's very it's a cool project for okay? Well, moving their show along it is time for slow news. How sinked where we are moving. This. We are plowing for like what is it time? For me. Are we are running the show like we are running the New York mayor on? We are sprinting out to an early. Here's what's curious. If one of us goes down on a catastrophic injury. Any polls a hamstring. We're gonna need you to slow down right away. What does he? Okay. So I needed to bring I felt like it was only fair that I bring updates lice. We talked about a gentleman named Jeremy Taylor last week. Who is an avid outdoorsman and was recently four wheeling in the organ wilderness with his dog and was stuck and.
"new york marathon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Heard that it's especially been back here because I've got two kids that, you know, ride their bikes and got around here. And it is a definite worry as a parent her dogs to to get out. The Clark county sheriff's office is investigating the FDA has approved a new super strong opioid painkiller despite warnings. That might be abused to Suva is a thousand times more powerful than morphine and ten times more potent than Fenton hill, the opioid blamed for tens of thousands of overdose deaths. This one comes in a single dose application that melts in a patient's mouth and works faster than an IV risks any drug in the opioid class suppresses respiration. It can stop your breathing that can happen. The first time ABC news chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton, the head of an FDA advisory panel opposed to Suva's approval because of the potential for abuse. It's supposed to be used only at hospitals surgical centers. And on the battlefield Scott Goldberg. ABC news a stent woman for the hit seventy show. Wonder woman died at the age of seventy two kitty O'Neil became one of Hollywood's first women when she began working with star Linda Carter during the show's run. Your next news update is at four. I'm Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty WHAT. Yes. Kentucky Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic station. That's it. Okay. All right. Dave you're in studio with Suzanne, we'll talk about the New York City marathon a little bit later on the show. Did you see the time on the woman winner idea? Unbelievable. So much faster. Dave just finished his New York marathon you started yesterday morning. You look good. It took you twenty thirty four hours. And I'm so proud of you. So proud of you twenty six. Robin. How's it going pal? Everything's great. Had a nice couple of days off work and didn't do a whole lot of anything. That's a good. It's the time of year. We have to burn up the last days, you have on your, you know, your vacation schedule or else, they you use them or lose them. Good use them or just pack them over into the next winter like in January, February, right? And then, you know, we're works a little slower, but I don't we're not allowed to do that. Now, you're gearing up for thanksgiving and Christmas getting ready to do your show. I talked to the chef this morning. He's already taking orders for people who will have their entire thanksgiving dinner prepped at a restaurant, and then you pick it up, and you take it out of their containers. And put it in your bowls in your your guests. Come in, and you go look how hard I worked on your behalf. Nobody knows the difference. That sounds pretty good packaging. I love that too. Yeah. It was good. I saw a big Turkey, and mashed potatoes actually the post that online and didn't do that stale. So busy all right in your weekend. Fine river good now on the Louisville versus Clemson. There was a thirty nine and a half point spread. He what were we all saying on here last week about that third or nine and a half point spread? Ian. What were we saying? I don't even remember now I said the Clemson was gonna cover every bit of that. Sixty one points all mile did clemson's punter ever get out of his street. Clothes. I don't think. So he just he just stayed in. And I think he wore a tuxedo. I think he just sat down and just said, you know, what I'm ready for might be the only Clemson player that didn't play. I'm taking my girlfriend of the Saturday night Kotei, and whatever that means as a bit ugly. A punter punters owner smoking a Marlboro. He's not working all my. Oh, that's right. Ref ref stuff. We'll get that worked out somewhere. Oh, yeah. UK's gotta beat Tennessee. And it'll be fine in the season. But you gotta win. You gotta win at Tennessee. Alright Dave zero may have the crime stoppers organization. He'll have details of a crime as yet unsolved by law enforcement. We need your help in closing out this case, thanks a lot. Terri on July nineteenth two thousand fifteen. Police responded to a reported shooting at twenty thousand forty five Dunkin street in Portland neighborhood in opponent arrival. They located Mr. Lehman Baker unresponsive with gunshot in both legs. A black male was seen fleeing the scene on foot. According to witnesses and.
"new york marathon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"She says adjusting your routine in small increments can help just try to change by about ten or fifteen minutes a day and take four or five days to fully switch over to the new time. But she says her must affective tip is get out in the sun. In the morning because the sun helps set your clock and turn off the electrons before bed. Adapts Kuznetsov KYW NewsRadio the CDC's out with new numbers on the disease. That's been paralyzing children around the country. CBS correspondent mega Oliver reports. CDC is now investigating at least one hundred ninety one possible cases of acute flaccid. My lightest FM affects the nervous system in mostly children and can leave patients weakened or paralyze. A new study finds a significant increase in the number of children and adolescents seeking emergency care for mental health issues in two thousand twelve about fifty out of every one hundred thousand visits by children were related to mental health. Mega Oliver CBS news. Seventy year old woman has your sights set on the New York marathon today, he's much younger runners many times before seventy year old genie rice took up distance running in her thirties to lose a little weight. My best time with three twelve and I only slow down fifteen minutes. I mean over the years thirty five years, the Ohio woman ran last month Chicago marathon in three hours and twenty seven minutes smashing the seventy plus women's world record by almost eight minutes. And I never had an injury. That's one thing. I'm very lucky. I'm left last time. You heard of a record broken by eight minutes, that's Marla diamond from our sister station WCBS in New York. Traffic's coming up.
New York Marathon 2018 - A meeting of the champs, U.S. runners Shalane Flanagan and Desiree Linden
"The United States women have high hopes starting with Shane Flanagan. The defending champion who last year broke a forty year drought for American women, another favorite Deserie Linden defied mother nature last April to become the first American woman to capture Boston in thirty three years. And now, she hopes to become the first female twin Boston and New York in the same year since nine hundred nine then there's Molly huddle thirty four year old who enjoyed a celebrated middle distance career finished third in New York two years ago in her marathon debut, good luck to them and the other fifty thousand runners and by the way, our foundation,
"new york marathon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Shouldn't we like have a countdown to to November first when the secrets get told? No, I would love to except I'll be in New York, getting ready for the New York marathon. Okay. Well, that's that's not guy. You Ryan marathoner here? Yes. I, I run a marathon every morning me and stand me and STAN Van Gundy run a marathon every morning. Hey, STAN, I wished I'd do at being you more at the park with your man Freddie who is so good to have back with the Marlins last year. And I know he was still there this year, but we talk about you often STAN. Yeah, I still stay in touch with him and I was following you guys throughout the year David, and I was going to ask you if you're running triathlon still, but I guess you switch easings France running and he's a, he's a crazy person. STAN. He ran seven marathons and seven continents in seven days or fewer than a hundred people. I've ever done it because why in the bleep would you do it. Twenty six miles is actually a long car ride for me. Yeah, you go. It is an eternity for me. I don't. I live in a three block radius. I can't go twenty six miles anywhere. What were you saying? That's a quarter of my commute. What were you saying? They're Dave. The reason why we did it is we raised one point two million dollars for charity. I think that if we could guarantee one point two million dollars for charity for you, you would run a marathon guarantee. You would not. I would. No, I would not. I would give the one point two million dollars. That's what I would want to know on the poll. What would you do? That's my question for you. Is there not anything that you would do a marathon for? This is very frustrating to the people around me. My brother's been doing this since I was a child. Would you do this for this amount of money and the answers never? Yes, there is. There is nothing that I will do for any amount of money that I don't want to do. And one of the things was this was funny because we were talking one time whether we could buy the silver dome because in Detroit it was in so much trouble and you could like get it as a bachelor pad for five hundred fifty thousand dollars, but I would have had to live in downtown Detroit and so-. Stugatz was asking me questions about whether or not I would do it for. I don't know how many millions of dollars in my answer was. No, I would not live in the silver dome as my bachelor pad for any number of millions of dollars up to a billion dollars..
"new york marathon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Morning, a Grand Rapids couple, Stephen Phillips, Whitney black. We'll be running but halfway through their planning to stop and get married. Whitney is running after a serious car accident several years ago, which required twenty surgeries Stephen lost three hundred pounds. The couple talked with WW J Zara Huber about the marathon and getting married. We are both running the Detroit marathon this weekend. This is my fourteenth marathon overall first time at Detroit, and this is actually Whitney's I ever marathon and to make it even more special. We are going to be getting married halfway point. I mean, that's actually I'm hearing. It's the first ever wedding ceremony to take place here. So tell me a little bit about your guys decision to do this. Well, we were looking for kind of a special way ever marathon for Whitney's first, and we had both put our names in for. The New York marathon. And obviously that being a lottery that you have a really long shot at actually getting in. We didn't make it. But while we're waiting. We started joking around and laughing about well, why don't we get married during it if we make it in instance, we didn't make it in. We kept talking and decided, well, why don't we just get married during a marathon. Anyway, and the Detroit one has bridge and we hear that it's just beautiful. So we started building on that idea and just kind of kept going, and we decided to go ahead with it and get married during the Detroit marathon, he brought me into running and one thing with deciding to get married during the race is we want to share our stories we want to help people that have been hurt. Whether it be because you're not feeling so optimistic because your weight isn't what everybody else is seems to be or if you know you've been in an accident and. That hurt you. We just want to show people that you can keep going. We look at it. Like, we've been through it seems like everything, and we just wanna use that to inspire others Stephen Phillips in Whitney black who will get married at the Detroit Free Press marathon, speaking with WW, Jay's our Huber w w j news time four twenty.
"new york marathon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I at the Detroit Free Press Chemical Bank international marathon this morning, a Grand Rapids. Couple Stephen Phillips in Whitney black will be running but halfway through their planning to stop and get married. Whitney is running after a serious car accident several years ago, which required twenty surgeries Stephen lost three hundred pounds. The couple talked with w w j Zara Hoover about the marathon and getting married. We're both running the Detroit marathon this weekend. This is my fourteenth marathon overall first time at Detroit, and this is actually Whitney's I ever marathon and to make it even more special. We are going to be getting married halfway point. I mean, that's actually I'm hearing. It's the first ever wedding ceremony to take place here. So tell me a little bit about your decision to do this. Well, we were looking for kind of a special way ever marathon for Whitney's. I and we had both put our names in for the New York marathon. And obviously that being a lottery that you have a really long shot at actually getting in. We didn't make it. But while we're waiting we started joking around and laughing about well, why don't we get married during it if we make it in instance, we didn't make it in. We kept talking and decided, well, why don't we just get married during a marathon. Anyway, and the Detroit one has bridge and we hear that it's just beautiful. So we start building on that idea. And it kind of kept going, and we decided to go ahead with it and get married during the Detroit marathon, he brought me into running and one thing with deciding to get married during the race is we want. Share our stories. We want to help people that have been hurt. Whether it be because you're not feeling so optimistic because your weight isn't what everybody else is to be or if you've been in an accident, and that hurt you we just want to show people that you can keep going. We look at it. Like we've been through it seems like everything and we just wanna use that to inspire others. That is Stephen Phillips in Whitney black who will get married at the Detroit Free Press marathon speaking with WW J, Zara Heuberger WW J news time, twelve twenty three..
"new york marathon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Chemical Bank international marathon coming up Sunday, a Grand Rapids couples Stephen Phillips in Whitney black. We'll be running but halfway through their planning to stop and get hitched Whitney is running after a serious car accident from several years ago, which required twenty surgeries and Stephen is lost three hundred pounds. The couple talk with WWF as Zara Huber about the marathon man about getting married. We are both running the Detroit marathon this weekend. This is my fourteenth marathon overall first time in Detroit, and this is actually Whitney's I ever marathon and to make it even more special. We are going to be. Getting married halfway point. That's I mean, that's actually I'm hearing. It's the first ever wedding ceremony to take place here. So tell me a little bit about your guys decision to do this. Well, we were looking for kind of a special way ever marathon for Whitney's first, and we had both put our names in for the New York marathon. And obviously that being a lottery that you have a really long shot at actually getting in. We didn't make it. But while we're waiting we started joking around and laughing about well, why don't we get married during it if we make it in in since we didn't make it in. We kept talking and decided, well, why don't we just get married during a marathon. Anyway, and the Detroit one has bridge and we hear that it's just beautiful. So we start building on that idea. And it kind of kept going, and we decided to go ahead with it and get married during the Detroit marathon, he brought me into running and one thing with deciding to get married during the race is we want share our stories. We want to help people that have been hurt. Whether it be because you're not feeling so optimistic because your weight isn't what everybody else is seems to be or if you know you've been in an accident and that hurt you. We just want to show people that you can keep going. We look at it. Like, we've been through it seems like everything, and we just wanna use that to inspire others that Stephen Phillips in Whitney black. They'll be getting married at the Detroit Free Press marathon this weekend. They were speaking with w J's Zara Huber an update of your money. If the Bloomberg business does coming up WBZ news time to Twenty-three affordable drugs. This is Dave Ross CBS News Radio network, presented by theraworx relief. There's so many new miracle drugs now that they have to be named with leftover scrabble letters. But while drug companies want you to remember those names, they don't want you to know what they cost because there's one drug lobbyists told CBS news..
"new york marathon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Oh, I know actually on the Brooklyn Bridge in the New York marathon behind like an orange cone. I assume you were in the race. Potty and I had to pee. John and lifted the flap on my shorts, and yes, and it was an and I had pretty those running shorts are kinda small. So it wasn't. But I couldn't wait. And I described who is behind your matters when you're running a marathon. How many of you run five oh. All right. All right, fine. But how about you? Where's the weirdest place you've p because I've UP parking lots with me. Care role. No, I just don't care about that. Like, I need to go to the bathroom when I need to go to the bathroom, and I just go. I mean, I don't do it. You know, my husband peas outside entirely like two people wanna do that. I mean Alexis wants to be able to offer deck. I mean, he dad. Yeah. He just I'm like, I'm not at this house, but like at the cabinet, but like people are over. We have a toilet. They can't believe that surprises. You have taken Santa's with him in when he doesn't wear any clothes. We all go in there. And he's making between you and your husband with his bare buttocks like squeezing in. You're just saying. Oh, yeah. Areas. Bingol berry sitting next me. Okay. So what is the weirdest smell? You think you've ever smelled? Dead something. Really smelled like dead animal or something. It's pretty bad. It's pretty bad something like that. Or my child's feet. Okay. The hotdog a sandwich. No. Got it. You know, what's interesting people are like are you a sandwich person or not? I don't care. No. I don't care about sandwiches. Either. Dining are you a sandwich person? Okay. Jeez. Okay. Let's threes. Low is like she's a sandwich person. Right. So when you ask her like, are, you a sandwich person, she could go on and on about the sandwiches, and how she likes her sandwiches and the proportion of bread to meet the cheese sandwich fab. Yeah. Like, people are people can really be sandwich people which surprised me didn't think there was that much to be interested in about a sandwich. Oh..
"new york marathon" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Well, you probably know some of the stuff from when you were in track like intervals, like Farley type stuff like we run fast and the slow instill. Yeah, yeah. And then what we're what we're gonna try to do is we're gonna try to get the pace you wanna do for your marathon to feel really comfortable because ideally, like four and a half hour marathons about a ten minute mile pace, I think so what we'd want do where we're trying to get to is so that that ten minute mile pace feels comfortable enough where you get through the halfway Mark and you're like almost chomping at the bit like, oh, man, I can't believe that's what happened with me on the on the half marathon. So I did the half marathon and we were with two friends, both neither of any of us trained. We just do it. We were like, just let's just finish it. And so we got halfway, we got like six miles in, and I was like, this is fun. Fucking killing me. I was like, I'm gonna go. And then I ran the rest of it at a nine minute mile around the rest, the seven miles at a nine minute mile. And and then I think just got over two hours for that. Okay. But I was, we were, we were really, I forget what my time was, but yeah, those chomping at the bit things. That's what makes me crazy about running. That's like almost the difficult part about running the app is yourself yourself and that that gets easier as you get like more. If you wanna do more stuff, you kind of figure that out and then you're the marathon is one of the tricky erases to pace properly because it's kind of this weird gray area where it's long enough where if you make a mistake early, you're gonna, you have plenty of time to pay for it, but it's short enough where let trails. That is so fucking drew. If you make minimum big Pearl. In making in my, oh my God, we we, when we did this when we did the marathon, we got to like Silverlake. It was downhill and fucking foo fighters came on my headset like. Look at my watch and I'm running like a at an eight minute mile pace. I'm like, whoa, hold on. We're going downhill and I'm just flying. And I was like, wait. And then all of a sudden we started going uphill, and I was like, oh my God. The funny thing about that is that mistake it's made by professionals all the time. Every race really like I, there's a race that I've done three times called world hundred k. championships and every time at that race, they'll be like this pack of guys that go out probably somewhere between like ten to fifteen guys that go out at like a sub six minute pace around six minute mile pace. And then a couple of guys, I'll maybe go faster than that. And at the end, the winning time is like, is above six minute pace. So there's a bunch of guys have no business going that fast. They're going to blow up, but anyway, get hung up like I'm going to run with these guys is going to be my day, and then you start really slowing down the second half. So, I mean, that's something that happens regularly within all all different levels of runners. Or should fear. And I are looking at marathons ours gonna do on ours. Are you said he'd do a marathon with me. He said it's got to be exotic, like a beautiful marathon. Okay. Because I was like, I was like first of all, LA marathons, OK. So this isn't the best one and maybe try to do your fastest one at, but I'm okay. I've been doing the research. Okay. I'm looking for a beautiful one. That's downhill. Oh, this is the one called through the tunnel. I think it's called and and it's, I think it's important. It's gorgeous. It's all downhill. Just literally. It looks like he's just going was like, okay, this is the this is the race. Everyone runs to qualify for the New York marathon. Okay. So I was looking at those and the other thing was like our, he was like, let's just find something like like the Patagonia marathoner something exotic, go down there do the marathon. He's like, I'll do it with you, and then we'll stay down and do drugs for a week. And I was like, all right..
"new york marathon" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Cheated in the new york marathon and the awesome thing was this shattuck i'd forgotten to read this so she used a similar strategy when she was trying to qualify she took the subway instead of running most of the course and this is according to the new york daily news release explain the fact that she was wearing a marathon number by telling fellow subway riders that she had twisted her ankle and just wanted to see the end of the race which is sorta like i mean you know this other guy who sees the german on the green line trolley is instantly interested in sort of trying to figure out what's going on and that's sort of the that's sort of what happens with this there's people on the train on the subway who basically are wondering what she's doing and she's explaining her actions by saying she twist your ankle and she just wants to see the end of the race she may not have had much training as a distance runner but she seemed to have had great practice and bending the truth even her application for the new york marathon was based on a lie and associated press story revealed that she submitted the form after the deadline had passed but then she got special dispensation by claiming that she had a fatal brain tumor like if you're gonna go and cheat and lie i mean you this she's just gone all out right this is a woman who yeah absolutely just decided she wasn't going to she was gonna leave it all on the court shattuck so there you go the moxie a rosie ruiz and i was just reading something where there was a fellow who actually ended up naming his dog after dog after rosie ruiz because the dog joined him halfway through the marathon and it was it was it was pretty awesome.
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"The dow was up one hundred sixty points at the beginning of the day and is down about one hundred sixty as we approached the end it's at twenty four thousand three twenty one the nasdaq down forty three points sap down eleven boeing's engine troubles are a big part of the dow's loss european regulators are drawing up restrictions for flight time and distance because of reliability warnings about the rolls royce engines that power about a quarter of boeing's seven eighty seven's the billionaire behind little tykes toys is offering nine hundred million dollars for toys r us stores in the us and canada about two hundred million is coming from a gofundme campaign isaac larry and started larry and is the toymaker ceo of toymaker mj entertainment he says if toys arrest goes under the industry will suffer and shares of hasbro arising one percent since he made the offer business reports today and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty right trason here from a experts from the mit media lab also ibm on cutting edge a innovations we're talking robots and cool gadgets and driverless cars this is all part of our busy breakfast mark your calendars april twentyseventh you do have to register at wbz ten thirty dot com slash breakfast but it's free the cream of the running crop descends on boston ahead of monday's marathon wbz's carl stevens headed over to the fairmont copley plaza hotel and he says one of them has local ties she's one of the world's top marathoners and all the elite runners met with the media and everyone locally wanted to hear from the pride of marblehead chalene flanagan as she talked about what it means to come back home on monday here in racing is is more like a personal event for me it's definitely more emotional than maybe some of the other mirror on just because this is where i grew up these are the people that raise me this is where i fell in love with running she said that after winning the new york marathon she feels that peace with her career and that coming back to boston is coming back full circle from the back bay carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty.
"new york marathon" Discussed on WEEI
"To the new york marathon and he runs this race with us with his son oon and they're just amazing i just say i hope you people appreciate your among greatness with there is get their headphones noone here no one is cold and one arrages get the right i do what i'm supposed to do anyway every their wanted to know kirk really that creasebound people were very nice to me at the races always took some pictures i was very fratto told people you then look for you because he wanted a chap up and say hi racist great fantastic is always the do an awesome job i can recommend that race enough if you go look at look at new runoff thanksgiving it's the best one whereas at located it's a long way off and overs i didn't do it next year it you boys good eric alex i'm a writer the monju is race the we know muddy was three five five k forgot about you do that i'll look into it alike will ask him gesuri did he probably walked half of it at the option shirt should no question monkeys room while in a while he ethic an upper hand yemen they going that's a member jump on his car's if you go through public they will seem actually russia's at zero four zero two feet i dunno because i think it's against the rule swell force the can't host a shelling of that truth attaining at the kids in the top job the command annoy wants to without well slim who else what else we miss any other good station gossip yes will anti heart was blasting training on friday who really hate lately i had harp last singer we say he said he doesn't know what your sports philosophy as as she hard on the teams a she homer he doesn't know he was upset that she was on the chad fin west it's really where he only wanted to be on it he wanted to be on it yes or no doesn't training knows enough sports to be on it though he said yes you cassock we know totally shares she knows plenty doesn't know what does he know football does all corners fog have sucked while i was.
"new york marathon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A listener it's if you were talking about us team analogy is a standard this isn't a rule is the standard of how we behave being part of jacksonville jaguars this is what we all do this is not hey you broker rule this is the standard that we set to win football games you didn't get there so now you gotta sit a game that's what it is i thought what marrone did is the right move for the team to keep that team all hit in the right direction bortles on a big stage your laid it on him to win it's going to be as a tough for me right now armed and gajah yesterday was the new york marathon which which reminds one off now why nah y separate knob was at the amp anp news no it was the it was the separate na ve why separate knob that's a good one you have a runoff pay seinfeld compares or an hour fifty two minutes into the show less gotta give you a chance pop up a high school your new coach paul hebron abor cushitic together we one last less second field goal with a ninety nine yard drive with a little over two minutes left but kids tuna dining out yard drive little over to miniature down to were down to and you know we we we have past interference call gets a first down to get us out we have a julie pair one of our one of our receivers makes our great play on a fourth down to get the first down my son makes it thirty one yard catch will worby kid a receiver makes a great catch troy alan are quarterback it was the lights out for everybody and an aide meek are kicker he had missed two early in the game makes it by man when they gave everybody's going crazy pairs russian the field coach of russia the field i don't know i've been more excited article i screwed up my post game speech because i was to excite world they carriage you off the field it's the forward year and sales event i can't wait for you to me and i can't wait just a spa fan just watch i am enzo as my family why you take your hands the forward with available enhanced active parkinson's makes halla parking very impressive loyd americans bestselling brands now that holiday offers financing financing for seventy two months plus one thousand born catholic.
"new york marathon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the 2017 teeth the ads new york marathon i'm gonna talk to ferry home companions william webster who is live on the scene yeah i i and willie's everything everything okay you sound a little graph just hit the 20mile mark in a in a very very dark place right now johny your running the marathon you packed your microphone wow vowed that his commitment to journalism repair i'd hurts really really really can you tell us who is in the lead at the moment or no oh no idea for this and you think i mean anywhere near the front excuse me i just that's pretty growth really the weather out there jeff howe freezing cold at the same time in oh jeez the t maybe wanna stop running for a moment to do this report no if i stop movie i will at that grim willie i'm starting to think you shouldn't be reporting on the race while running it any right now the american people deserve real news from real investigative journalist reiss i just stepped on a pigeon one today dared lockheed word willy let three fear can talk numbers maybe paul sure that sounds like doug i can do right now oh okay well how much money was raised for charities with this marathon well i'd say airbus zillion people times a lot of dollar so probably around one thousand million on his doesn't sound number hey not really old i'm seeing a cartoon rabbit of sales yogurt and you see him come no we don't see a rabbit anywhere see my knees i don't think every needs okay here comes your jim to sound hey hey i'm sorry your guy is also you think i'm gonna hold my own microphone i'm of running a marathon that means that you're running and running back out jim jefferies down yogurt all right well that complaints are coverage of the new york city marathon willie webster we'll be back with more of his signature indepth journalism for the nathan's hot dog eating contest lorde dorrell economy of radio actors fred newman tim russell referring of growth and to my left out onto the stage has walked fantastic negri toll here working sure two two gene power paul diane lane cuba will cage theme hey this did he does she learned jay jay oh badging jio the its.
"new york marathon" Discussed on KTRH
"Sunday that could include repealing the individual mandate portion of obama care we have an act of conversation with their members at a whole host of out he is on things to add to this bill and that's one of the things that's being discussed houston oil and gas industry workers may have an opportunity to invest in a ramco saudi arabia's state owned oil company president trump telling the saudi king he wants them to sell shares on the new york stock exchange meanwhile there's been a political shakeup in the saudi desert kingdom including arrest yes among those in custody while he'd been allow known as a wealthy investor and member of the royal family he's been called the arabian warren buffett further details from inside the highly secretive kingdom are still unclear although some saudi observers are calling this an attempt by the crown prince to remove critics and consolidate power our prince mohammad recently said he wants to bring back what he calls moderate islam and modernize saudi arabia vowing to do away with religious extremism the new york marathon was run this morning the finnish the distance thing cry i mean he is five five twenty six twenty yeah seventeen that bears on was held under heightened police security no incidents reported sprint and tmobile are cancelling a planned merger after months of negotiations the two wireless companies yesterday decided to go their separate ways instead of.
"new york marathon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"2017 teeth the ads new york marathon i'm gonna talented perry hunger danyon william webster who is live on the scene yeah i and will use everything everything okay you sound a little out of riot yeah i just hit the 20mile mark in a in a very very dark place right now you're running the marathon you packed your microphone wow that that his commitment to journalism repair i heard really really really can you tell us who is in the lead at the moment yes or no idea fray for this for you think i anywhere near the fried excuse me i just that's pretty growth they're not really how's the weather out there that now here jeff howe blazing hot in freezing cold at the same time in oh jeez d m t maybe wanna stop running for a moment to do this report no no stop movie i will at bring graham willie i'm starting to think you shouldn't be reporting on the race while running it any bright now the american people deserve real news from real investigative journalist just stepped on a pigeon word revoking fear can talk numbers maybe paul sure that sounds like something i can do right now oh pay one hamas money was raised for charities witness marathon well i'd say are bad people a lot of donald so probably around one thousand million learned does that sound number hey not really no i'm seeing a cartoon rabbit who fills yogurt can you see him come no we we we don't see a rabbit anywhere hugely my knees i don't think i have any need okay here comes your jim to sound act hey hey i'm very sound guy is also you think i'm gonna hold my own microphone i'm of running a marathon that means that you're running and running back jim jefferies down over yogurt do you have any all right well that come haithar coverage of new york city marathon willie webster we'll be back with more of his signature indepth journalism for the nathan's hot dog eating contest lorde kaddoumi ever you are prepared neumann tim russell ensuing of brooke and to my left out onto the stage has walked fantastic negri toll debut hey good work in so did gene all powerful paul dad wave band.
"new york marathon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm federal investigators say the suspect who drove a truck onto a bike path in lower manhattan yesterday had planned it for days and left behind a note referring to islamic state eight people were killed a dozen others were injured but new york governor andrew cuomo says the mission failed because new yorkers unafraid a million new yorkers came out with their families with their children they celebrated they were there just the number of hours after the incident and it was new york's way of saying we will not be deterred we are not terrorized you will not win the new york marathon is to take place as scheduled sunday an event that attract some fifty one thousand runners and two and a half million spectators those beckett stunned the home country of the suspect is promising to help the us in its investigation npr's lucienne kim reports is that goes dance president is sending his condolences to the american people in a letter to president trump was becker's stance president chef cut museeuw condemned the manhattan terror the tech and pledged his country's help in the investigation the suspect now in police custody has been identified as a twenty nine year old immigrant from uzbekistan named say flew sleep of who's belkessam is a traditionally muslim country in central asia that gained independence from the soviet union in 1991 the government has been trying to stamp out a religious revival since the end of communism leading to the growth of an islamist underground movement in his letter to trump that inspect president expressed full solidarity with the people of the united states lucien kim npr news moscow open enrollment begins today for people getting insurance coverage under the affordable care act also known as obamacare julie robin are as chief washington correspondent for kaiser health news she said it is expected that fewer people will sign of this year partly because of actions taken by the trump administration the president rather famously last month stopped reimbursing insurers for discounts that ensures a give to lower income people in fact those discount do still exist if you are eligible for that help it's not just help paying a premium but help paying your deductibles and other out of pocket cost that still there the insurer still have to provide at they're just raising premiums on other people to figure out how to pay for them they administration has also reduced.